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Area News THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Wednesday, May 14,1997 Page 2 Obituaries MGTV shines light on government Anna Anttila MASS CITY.—Anna J. Anttila, 87, a resident of Mass City, passed away Tuesday morning, May 13, 1997, at her home. Anna was born July 5, 1909 in Firesteel, Ontonagon County, daughter of William and Alma Ruotanen. On Nov. 16, 1930, she was united in marriage to Paul H. Anttila of East Branch (Mass City). He preceded her in death on April 20, 1981. As a young 16-year-old, Anna was employed by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Labyak at the County Farm. After her marriage to Paul, she moved to Mass City, where she has resided since .then. Anna was active with the Mass' City Senior Citizens. She was faithful in setting the tables on Thursdays for the senior citizens meal at the Alternative School in Mass City. She attended St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Mass City and lived an active life until her death. Anna will be remembered forher friendliness and her 'interest in community activities. Survivors include a daughter, Helenf (Ernie) Toivonen and a son, Williairr (Judy) Anttila of Mass City; a sister, Tyne Kekke Pansy Mitchell .Pansy C. Mitchell, 104, a former Ramsay resident, died Thursday, May 8, 1997,' at Appleton, Wis. The former Pansy Collick was born April 27, 1893 at Ironwood, daughter of the late John and Louise (Bennett) Collick. On May 27, 1937, she was mar-- ried to Henry M. Mitchell. He preceded her in death on Jan. 31, 1958. She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Phylis Jean Brackey; three sisters, Rose, Dorothy and Millicent; and three brothers, Wellington, Jethro and Alfred. Survivors include a stepson, ' Henry (Jeanette) Mitchell Jr. of Land O'Lakes, Wis.; two grandsons, David Brackey of Overland Park, Kan. and Paul (Connie) Franklin Forward WAKEFIELD — Franklin W. Forward, 90, of Wakefield, died Monday, May 12, 1997, at Wakefield. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 17, 1997,' at the- Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Aurora, Minn. The Selma Morris CARLTON, Minn. — Selma Jemina Morris, 80, of Carlton, died Tuesday, May 13, 1997, at her home. Selma was born March 12, 1917 in Humbolt, Mich., daughter of William -and Amanda Hintsala. She grew up in the Black River, Mich., area and attended Black River schools. On Sept. 4, 1938,. she married Charles Arthur Morris in Humboldt. After her marriage, she moved with her husband to Bessemer, where they lived until 1973. They moved to Cloquet, Minn, in 1937 and then to Carlton in 1994. r- . Selma was a member r nj B.i^ Lake Independent Apostolic E>U-- theran Church, Cloquet. Survivors include her husband, Charles; a son, Dennis (Barbara) Morris of Cloquet; three daugh- of Ontonagon;. four grandchildren, Michael Anttila of Ontonagon, Phyllis (Elmon) Watson of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., Karen (Michael) LaFoille of Manistique, Mich., and Steve Anttila of Jacksonville, Fla.; five great-grandchildren, paul and Gary Anttila of Ontonagori, Zachary LaFoille of Manistique, Emily Watson of Mt. Pleasant, and Alisha Anttila of Italy; and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; seven brothers, Samuel,' Otto, William, Eino, Urho, Henry and John; and two sisters, Martha and Impi. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 16, 1997, at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Mass City. Pastor Sharon Huff will officiate. Burial will be in the Maple Grove Cemetery, Greenland. Visitation will be held Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Cane Funeral Home in Ontonagon, and.for one hour prior to the service at the church on Friday. Memorials may be sent to the Ameridft Heart Association or St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Mass City. Brackey of Topeka, Kan; a granddaughter, Mary Jean Brackey- Dexheimer (David) of Madison, Wis.; three step-grandchildren, Thomas (Kathleen) Mitchell of Collegeville, Texas, James (Peggy) Mitchell of Oakdale, Minn., and Mary Ann (Robert) Smith of Clayton, Wis.; seven great-grandchildren; a niece, Barbara Watilo of Green Bay, Wis.; and several other nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 16, 1997, at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Ironwood, the Rev. Pamela Kailofficiating. Inurnment will be at the Hillcrest Cemetery, Bessemer. The Frick-Zielinski Funeral Home, Bessemer, is in charge of local arrangements. Rev. Cindy Gray will officiate. Burial will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery, Aurora. Visitation will be held at the Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. Lakeside Memorial Chapel, Wakefield, is in charge of local arrangements. ters, Margaret (Peter) Isaacs of Forest Lake, Minn., Sharon (Kevin) Somero of Columbia Heights, Minn., and Laverne (David) Piri of Deer River, Minn.; two brothers, Jacob (Irene) Hintsala of Republic, Mich, and Albert Hintsala of Colorado; 16 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 16, 1997, at the Big Lake Independent Apostolic Lutheran Church, Big Lake Road, Cloquet. Interment will be in .Hillside Cemetery, Carlton. Visitation will be held Thurs-,day from 6 to 8 p.m. at the North"land Funeral Home, 801 14th Street, Cloquet, and from 10 a.m. until service time at the church on Friday. Highway meeting Monday (Continued from Page 1) Highway 77 wiU be closed to through traffic for the duration of construction in September. A regional detour will be routed along U.S. 23, U.S. 51 and WIS 169 from May to September. A local detour has been marked by the cities of Montreal and Hurley. From east to west in Montreal, traffic will be routed along Division St. to Kokogan St. S., to WIS 77 across the Montreal River bridge, to Michigan Ave. W., to Bessemer St., N., to Wis. 77. The project office is located in the parking lot of the Montreal City Hall and can be reached by .calling 561-4435. (Continued from Page 1) ' "The cable industry said, 'People won't accept it. Let us take this over and run this as C- SPAN is run.' The governor agreed to that in December of 1995," Trevarthen , said. "A '501(C)(3) board was formed. Bylaws were written. Then they hired me." Trevarthen had a unique qualification for the job. "I had not worked in state government. They wanted somebody with'no political affiliation," he said,, "and someone nobody knew." . Trevarthen, in turn, hired a staff' and got the first' programming together, which amounted to about 10 hours per week in the Lansing area only. In February, the service began to be offered via satellite feed. It is now at 20 hours per week, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Central) Monday through Friday. "Right now we are at about 1 million subscribers statewide," he said, "the goal is 1.5 milllion by the end of the year. We'could go to several million." The excitement over the opportunity to get an unfiltered view of state government has been strong. "A lot of people realize that it's an excellent thing," said Trevarthen. "People can really sec what's going on. People can make their own minds up." While neither house of the Michigan Legislature is provid- DaityGiobfl Photo MGTV staff members (from left) Michelle Webb, production manager, Simone Hotchkiss, •intern, Shane Lovellette, producer, and Mike Blonde, producer, conduct a production meeting in the offices of MGTV in Lansing ing a live feed yet, the rules for MGTV are being formulated by those bodies. Trevarthen believes the legislators will appreciate the service. "They're still very nervous about turning the cameras on," he said. "They're all go ing Jo like Man assaulted ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon County Sheriffs Department is investigating the assault of a Trout Creek man by five men in a pickup truck. The incident was reported to the sheriffs department early Sunday morning when deputies received a call from Robert Lorendo, 46, Trout Creek, who said he had been assaulted by several males outside the Dry Dock Bar. Lorendo told the officer that he had a glass of beer in the. Dry, Dock and as he left the bar he was approached by an unknown male. The man assaulted him and threw him into a pickup truck. According to Lorendo, there were four others in the truck. He said he was "brought to an unknown location where he was assaulted by the man and thrown against the truck and back into it. When he jumped out of the truck, he was assaulted again. Then he was thrown back into the truck and driven around again. He jumped out a third time and ran, and the others were unable to catch him. Lorendo. said he ran to the Dry Dock Bar and had the bartender call for an ambulance. He sustained several lacerations to the head, numerous bruises around the face, and marks on his back and shoulders. His knees had some abrasions also. it. It's like getting into Lake Superior, a bit cold, to start with. Just have integrity. It'll show up on the screen." . . ^ MGTV is a lean operation. Trevarthen's office (located in the former Olds Plaza Hotel) doubles as the studio for call-in interview shows.: GCC carries MGTV (Continued from Page 1) "The college is pleased to be a partner with Bresnan Communications in making MGTV available," said GCC President Dr. Donald Foster. "It is another way that we can inform area residents of issues that affect their communities and lives." The Ticker Edward D. Jones and Co. David Rlegler — 932-3090 Audit news good (Continued from Page 1) Since Hurley buys, its water from Ironwood, cutting water loss has been a concern of the city City election races begin (Continued from Page 1) Current city council members are Mayor Joe Bonovetz, Vivian Coleman, Matt Frello, Bernie Michelli and Doug Olsen. In all three cities, councils and commissions will be elected Nov. 4, during the general election. council for the past decade. Traczyk noted improvements in the Gary Location water lines this summer should reduce the 38 percent loss figure. Previous city administrations have suspected that much of the water loss may he occurring .the Gary area. in Abbot Lab. 64V« Amoco 86 Vi Alumu : 36V. AT&T : 33 , Ameril»ch MV1 B«th.SU«l W« Champion Int 49"Vt Chrysler 31Vi CiUrorp IIS'M. DAN 17% I>t. Edijon..... 27 DowChem 87 5 /* DuPont 109V« Exxon . Fimtof Anier Ford '..36V« Gannett , 92V. On. Eloc fi2 G*n Motors 67-^1 Gillett* 88V, Goodyear 55% Hurrah* Ent 19V» Inland Steel 2i'/S Intel US'/, IBM 173 IT&T 69V, Johnson Cont 40% Kmart 13** LLAE 53% L«. Pacific IB",*. MichF.C 22 7 /i McDon»)d« 52'* North. St. Pwr 4*"Vi JC Pertly 4<F* PenUir 30-V< Pe paico 37^4 Rockwell 68 Vd Stone Conl 12% Super V.lu 31 Tenneco 43>^i TJ Int 23 Union Ctrbide! 48'/d Uniiyi .•. SM. Ph«rm.* Upjhn 3,1",* I).P. Energy 17V. USX 31 V18 W«l Mart 30Mi Wi«. Energy Corp. :25Vi Wii. Pub. Srrv 2.VV4 Xerox 63-V, Dow Jonrs Indufitrinl Average at 9 a.m. .stood • 17,326.13. ONE PHONE CALL and you awake a SELLING GIANT Call Classified 932-2211 WAKEFIELD AREA WIDE CITY AND TOWNSHIP GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1997 (NO EARLY SALES) Day of event pick up maps with participants addresses beginning at 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Visitor's Building located near intersection of M-28 and U.S.-2, located on the south side of Sunday Lake. This is a WAKEFIELD CHAMBER FUNCTION In Memoriam In loving memory of John LeskovUniky, who pissed ifsray five >-e*n ago today, May 14, 1992. Coil sjw you getting weiry, He did whit He knew best, He came snd stood beside you, And whispered come and rest. You bid no one farewell Or even said goodbye, You weie gone before we knew it, And only God Icnows why. Sadly mb+cd by hil wife Gerry, and family Rtieumafologist Jasmine Joseph, MD welcomes new patients Piano recital Jody DeCarlo of Hurley, a senior music student at Northland College in Ashland, will present her piano recital Sunday, May 18. at 4 p.m., in tho Alvord Theatre on the Northland College campus. The performance will include works by Brahms, Lizst, Rave! and-Strauss, as well as a set 'of original pieces. The event is free and open to everyone. Congratulations 1997 Graduates All Area Schools NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION asparlcR Servlc* 110 S. Suffolk St. (former Trier'i Bldg.) Ironwood, Ml New Phone: 906-932-3333 Dr. Joseph specializes in the care of patients with any of 130 diseases associated with arthritis (painful swollen joints). These include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis,degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis), gout, Reiter's syndrome, arthritis associated with inflammatory bowel disease, scleroderma, vasculitis and many others. Dr. Joseph is board certified in rheumatology and internal medicine. Dr. Joseph and Rheumatologist Dr. Andrea Dlesk also diagnose osteoporosis using bone densitometry. To make an appointment with Dr. Joseph, pfeas« call 906-225-3910 or 1-800-562-9733, extension 3910. UP Internal Medicine A service of Marquee General Hospital '.•: J *!::.! £_J 1414 W. Fair Avenue, Suite 344 • Marquette, Ml "It's.a small staff (five people) to put on 20 hours of programming," he said. But the challenge is great one. "The whole thing is a great mission," Trevarthen /said. "How many jobs can -you get where there's so much integrity to the basic premise?" Spring concert The Wakefield High School choir and band and junior high band wilt perform their spring concert Thursday at 7 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Reunion fllotes Class of 1947 The A.D. Johnston High School class of 1947 will hold a reunion planning meeting Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Kinda Kountry Kare in Bessemer. Al! area and visiting classmates are welcome to attend. JL CLOVERLAND 4, CINEMAS Now Showing 932-4424 VAL KILMER SA'lNT WH« TOO CAN'T BREATHC YOU CANT SCREAM ANACONDA Nil I li 11 H'l /E±l. Showtlmas 7:OO & 9:1 S Try Our New 3 Flavor Cotton Candy only *1.5O MitlM** Ewry Sjt«*«y » fciotoy 3 f.m. HOW TO REACH US Address The Ironwood Daily Globe 118E. McLeodAve. Ironwood, Ml 49938 Telephone (906) 932-2211 Toll Free 1-800-236-2887 Fax (906) 932-5358 Business Office: Circulation, classified and display advertising billing questions. Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday Closed 1 Advertising Department: Monday-Fnday 7 a.m. to -4 p.m. DAILY GIJSBE News/Sports Department, Photography Story cr picture ideas, corrections, questions or inlormation of news coverage. 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