Martin A Kopnick, 1888-1972

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Martin A Kopnick, 1888-1972 - Re-Elect The Team That Means More Progress for...
Re-Elect The Team That Means More Progress for Ironwood These men, sponsored by the Committee for A Better Ironwood deserve your vote and support at the polls on Monday, April 3rd. They are responsible for all these big improvements in the city administration: •^Reduced the Bonded Indebtedness by Over $372,312 the past six years. •jfc-Spent Approximately $75,000 Blacktopping Streets without borrowing money. •jfc-Aided in Development of Mt. Zion, Norrie Parks and the Hiawatha statue area. •^Aided in Financing Operation of Colonial Skateland and in rebuilding Randa ball field. •^Remodeled City Water Pumping Station to Affect Big Savings. •^•Replaced over $128,000 worth of worn-out city equipment. •^•Installed New Storm Sewers to Relieve Surface Water Problems on Hemlock, Lowell, Greenbush, Harding and Michigan WM. KLEINBROOK for Commissioner STANLEY NEZWORSKI for Commissioner avenues. ^•Replaced Old City Dump with Sanitary Landfill Disposal. Tfc-Built Future Care Fund of Cemetery to $43,000. ^Improved City Water to First Quality Rating ^Improved Snow Plowing and Removal in Spite of Record Snowfall. ^•Purchased Old Telephone Building for Netz Glove Factory. MARTIN KOPNICK for Commissioner Be Sure YOU VOTE on Monday, April 3rd S. CHESTER WATTERS for Commissioner VOTE To Keep the Team With More Plans for Improvements in Ironwood E. WM. LINDBERG for Commissioner JOHN PATRICK for Supervisor-at-Large (Paid Political Advertisement) ALFRED WRIGHT for Commissioner

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  1. Ironwood Daily Globe,
  2. 31 Mar 1967, Fri,
  3. Page 15

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