Friday, DecÂ«nbÂ«r S t 1941 jTN the first enow of the scaton at St. Saimur, A in the heart of the Lsurentixn MonnUin district of Quebec. BO skner iis any too sore on her--or his--feet as iritaess the pKght of tbc pretty lyoung American visitor pictured above. However, it's lots of fan for .everybody when the snows come to St. Satrreor. home of batons ski JHU1 70, which is annually host to thousands of United States winter ;Â· snorts fans. Joseph Pazdernik Took Bride Saturday v Pagliasotti, also ot Milwaukee, served as attendants. The bride wore a gold silk crepe street length dress and a French ited in marriage at a nuptial r velvet gold hat. The maid of honor high muss Saturday were Miss Irene j 1Jl ' as attired in bronzine silk with ac- Heury, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. I cessories of brown. Both had Ralph Loomis of Mellen, and Joseph' shoulder corsages harmonizing with , Pazdernik, sou of Mr. and Mrs. John' tUeu ' Pazderuik. \ After a wedding breakfast served The ceremony was performed atj to members of the immediate family. the Holy Rosary church, in Melleu by; the couple left on a wedding tour _yie Rev. P. Wuchter 1 :^. along the Gulf coast. ~ I The bride chose an ivory satin and: The bride is a graduate of the local lace redingote ensemble with a high school and the Lfela Montgom- square neckline, long train and sat- ery School of Nursing at Battle iii covered buttons down the front Creek. She was head of the obs- for her wedding. The sleeves were tetrical department at the Grand puffed at the shoulders and extended View hospital. The groom is a grad- in points over the wrists. Her long uate of the Boys* Technical high flowing veil was edged with lace school la Milwaukee and is employed III I HI A regular meeting of the Common Council of the City of Bessemer, Michigan, was held in the Council Chamber on Monday, December 1, 1941. at 7:30 P . M . Mayor Buchko in the chair and meeting called to order. RoU Call: Present--Crenna, Proctor, Eriekson, Supercynski, Perattj, Re and Prncca (7). Absent--Eckman, Probelski and Mannisio (3). Moved fay Alderman Crenna supported by Alderman Proctor that the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting be dispensed with and that they he approved as published. Motion carried. The ?"inance Committee then made the following report and recommendations: Honorable Mayor and Common Council. Gentlemen: We have had the following claims under consideration and recommend the payment thereof: : Power Fund Labor payrolr-- Last Half Half November Bessemer Light Utility Burroughs Adding Machine Co. General Electric Supply Cor. Northern Electric Supply Co. Wadhams 30.39 General Fund Labor Payroll-- Last Half November 471.30 A, H. Supply Co. 13.97 Bessemer Light Utility ___1,165.91 Delta Hardware Co. 6.26 The Hedman Co .50 Johnson Coal Co 32.95 Lake Superior Dist, Power Co. -75 Mrs, Jnlia McCarthy 2.72i Michela Co. 2.25 Mueller Co. 47.65J Northern Electric Supply Co. 25.41 Petty Cash 13.26 Remington Rand Inc 52.00 30.00 11.80 3.41 34.62 107.54 Remington Rand Iiic 17.50 Peter L. Relich 2S7.00 Service and Supply Div 294.14 Undenvood Veneer Co S.40 Upper Peninsula Office Supply Co. 45.00 Service and Supply Div 16.SS matching the lace on the dress. It by the was held with a tiara of orange blossoms aud seed pearls. She wore ivory satin slippers. Hi consisted of a necklace of Paradse Distibuting com- jewelry Honor Mrs. Leo MassieA consisted 01 a uecjuace o three ^^*^-Â« Â«~~Â«.Â»Â«^ strands of pearls and matching ear- Â· V^JPost-nuptial shower was given rings, both gifts of the groom. The bridal bouquet was of pink roses with a shower of pink sweet peas tied with wide ivory satin ribbon.' The bridesmaid was Miss Grace Pazderntk, sister of the groom. She wore a formal ot blue taffeta, with a shirred bodice trimmed with silver sequins, short full net skirt. puffed sleeves and a She wore a blue net dames Charles Duda, John Dimperio, Maurice Abelman. Alex Frederick ot wood.' tiara and silver slippers. Her bouquet was of yellow roses aud astors tied with blife taffeta ribbon. Michael Henry, brother ot the bride, was the best man. The bride's mother was attired in. a black and white crepe dress with: black accessories. The groom's mother wore a brown crepe dress trimmed with beige laco and brown accessories. Both had corsages of roses, sweet peas and asters. After the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride. The centerpiece on the table was a white wedding cake topped with a ! teu wnce. white dove holding two wedding rings! Ironwood--Albert Mrs. TCa to honor Mrs. Leo Massie, the former Miss Ann Salnii. at ttie home of Charles DudaÂ»i rds were played, the honors going to Mrs. William P. Pellow and Mrs. Paul Massie in contract bridge aud to Miss Margaret WeymersMrch and Mrs. John Nbvascone in 500. A special prize was received by Mrs, Mathilda Salmi. ^ was served by the Mes- Wadharus Mored by 3.25 Alderman Eriekson supported by Alderman Supercynski that the claims as read be allowed and that the Clerk and Treasurer be instructed to issue warrants in payment thereof as fuuds are available. Motion carried by the affirmative vote of all the Aldermen present. The Clerk then read the following report of the Board of Public Works: December 1, 1941 Hon. Mayor Common Council Bessemer, Michigan Gentlemen: A meeting of the Board of Public Works was held this afternoon at one o'clock in the office of the superintendent of the water and light departments. Present; Kallander, Prick, Negri. Cychosz and Johnson . Absent: None. The claims for the last half of November were presented and examined. Bessemer, and Mrs. Adolph Mehler! It was moved by Johnson supported and Miss Margaret Sampson of Iron-' hy Negii that the claims as presented Christmas Party The annual Christmas party for he held I be approved for payment. carried. Motion u was moved b y F 1 ** and ed hy Johnson that the offer of the western Adjustment and Inspection Company to settle the claim of the Members from Wakefield, Ramsay, Ironwoed and Bessemer will be in at- iu its bill. Ivory tapers were also used in the table decorations. The couple left on a wedding trip to Milwaukee after the ceremony, and after Thursday, December 4 will he Stevens, chairman, Claude Larson, E. J. Johnson, Sigurd Holemo, Fred Brewer, P. A- Johuson. Ramsay--Dan Young. Wakefield--Peter Delmet, chair- at home to their friends at 210 E. man, E. W. Steinert, R. B. Wort- Gold street, Bessemer. Mr. Pazder-'ley. wik is proprietor of the Pazdernik Bessemer--W. B. Fauhl, chairman, Home Appliance shop. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John .Pazdernik Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Paz- derntk Jr., of this city aud Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Switzer of Ironwood, sister and brother in law of the groom; Mrs. Switzer being the former Miss Agnes Pazdernik; Pagliasotti-Martini Wedding Saturday xL* TJntted at a nuptial high mass a? 7 o'clock Saturday morning were Miss Mary Martini, daughter of Mrs. J. Martini of this city and Alex Pagliasotti, son of Mrs. Theresa Pag- liasotti of Milwaukee. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Kahvxynski jn St. Paul's church at .Milwaukee .AC' "\ A. sister ot the bride and a brother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dr. ELMER J. KUIVINEH D E N T I S T flFBCr; MEIfttrLES STATE SUt Paul Hoeft, Walter Newman, Carl A. Olson and Paul P. Becker. lightning and fire at the generating plant be reconsidered and that the offer be accepted which offer is the sum of two hundred dollars in full settlement of the claim. Motion carried. After a discussion of personnel problems at the plant it was decided to adjonru the meeting until a later date which date will be during the current week. Respectfully submitted. Board of Public Works O. W. Waters, Secretary Moved by Alderman Proctor sup ported by Alderman, Crenna that the gsgaggtiiw^gKgag^igtgcsg!^^ GIVE Electric Gifts Are Going Fasti Buy Yours NOW while you have a Â·wide selection from which to choose. report of the .Board,of Pabllc Work* and their recommendations be accept-j Â«d. Mothm carried. | Â· The Clerk announced that the audit reports for the City of Bessemer and the Bessemer Light Utility- for the fis caj year ending Septemebr 30, 1941,; had been delivered by the Morrison; Audit Company. He explained that j Mr. Ray Lutwitzi of the Morrison [ Company had offered to meet with the Council on any night ot their choosing to explain in detail the reports aud answer any questions pertaining to them. It was decided to ask Mr. Lutwitzi to appear, at the city hall-on Tuesday evening, Decem her 2, at which time all interested members of the Council are. to be present. Moved hy Alderman Crenna supported by Alderman Supercynski that the report ot the Marshal and the report of Justice of Peace Mascotti for the month ot November he accepted and placed on file. Moton carried. Moved hy Alderman Proctor supported hy Alderman Eriekson that any persons wishing to borrow a copy of the. audit report for the city ! of' Bessemer or the Bessemer Light' Utility may do so upon paying a deposit fee : of-$10.00 for eaeh'copy. If the copies are returned in good con : dition within ten days the deposit will be refunded. Motion carried. Moved by Alderman Crenna supported by Alderman Proctor that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign a note dated July 10, 1941 and due July 10, 1942 in the amount ot $342.37, payable to tre American LaFrance Foamite Corporation bearing interest at a rate of 6% and covering the balance due on fire hose delivered to the City of Bessemer July 10, 1941 and that payment of the first installment oÂ£ $105 on this fire hose he made when funds are available. Motion carried. Moved by Alderman Creuna supported by Alderman Proctor that the communication dated November 17, 1941 from M. E. Gilmore, Commissioner of Public Works of the Federal Works Agency relative to the overrun ou the construction of the municipal light plant and distribution system be referred to the city attorney. Motion carried. Mayor Buehko stated that Mr. D. X. Brands, local manager of the Underwood Veneer Company, had advised him that his firm would donate a Christmas tree to the City ot Bessemer this yeaY. Adei'-'iiaii Proctor reported 011 the matter of repairs that were needed! on the Studebaker truck. Moved by Alderman Proctor supported by Alderman Supercynski that the motor in the Studebaker truck be rebored and that a set of new rings be installed. Motion carried. | At the request of Alderman Proctor, j City Engineer Nespodzany gave a ve-| port on the result of his , contacts} with tiie Austin Western Company j regarding the city grader. He stated that tho company had sent two rep- resentatives to Bessemer to'go into the matter and a 50% adjustment was. made to the city on repair parts that it was .necessary to purchase during the entire past summer. 'He stated'that it was also hoped that a very satisfactory adjustment would be made on the recent motor repairs. He stated that the. Austin Western representatives admitted that this grader waa not the most satisfactory type for city work. They offered to install heavier axles complete with new wheel housings for a total price of $100. It was pointed out that previously the company asked a price of |275. for this change over. The company also -will give a 90 day guarantee on the new axles. Moved by Alderman Supercynski supported by Aderman Proctor that the city accept the offer of the Austin Western Company to make a change over to heavier axles on. the city grader for the sum of $100. Motion carried by the affirmative vote of all the Aldermen present. Moved by Alderman Crenna supported by Alderman Re that the request of Stella Jozwiak for a dance permit at 115 East Longyear Street be granted subject to the approval of the Chief of Police. Motion carried. Moved by Alderman Crenna supported by Alderman Proctor that the request of Upper Peninsula Development Bureau under date of November 22, 1941 for a contribution of $75 toward the 1942 Lure Book be placed on file. Motion carried. The Clerk and Deputy City Treaaur er then explained to the Council the details of two projects to be sponsored by the State Tax Commission, Lansing, Michigan with the City of Bessemer, as co-sponsor. The first of these projects will cover the installation of a complete set of assessment records. The purpose of the second project is' to prepare for recording assessor's or supervisor's plats covering unrecorded subdivided areas in the City of Bessemer. This work consists of searching city and county records, conducting field surveys and preparing Assessor's plats in compliance with State Plat laws. Moved by Alderman. Crenna supported by Alderman Proctor that the city sponsor these projects and that the Clark be authorized to sign the necessary documents. Motion, carried by the affirmative vote of all the Aldermen present. Aldeiman Perotti stated that if the city-owned surveying instrument is to be used iu connection with the planned projects it will require factory-made repairs to put it in proper condition. Moved by Alderman Perotti supported by Alderman Supercynski that the Clerk be instructed and authorized to purchase a flag of good quality for the city hall. Motion carried. Alderman Crenna tlien offered the following resolution and moved its adoption supported by Alderman Proctor: Resolution WHEREAS, it is hereby that it la necessary to borrow the sum of $5,000.00 in anticipation of , the collection of the unpaid taxes ' levied for operating expenses for the current fiscal year ending September 30, 1942 which at this time amounts ' to $8,627.04; aud to issue its notes therefor for the purpose ot obtaining money to meet city payrolls for Dec- I ember: and WHEREAS, Act No. 26 of 1931 as ! amended authorizes the borrowing of money in anticipation of the collection of the unpaid taxes for the cur- vent fiscal year in an amount not to exceed S0% of such unpaid taxes; and WHEREAS, the County Tax Allocation Board has allocated to this city 17 mills for operating expenses tov the fiscal year ending September 30,' 1942, .which will be a total tax levy of $40,881.65 for operating expenses; and WHICREAS, there are no outstanding loans against such taxes; and WHEREAS, the sum ot $5,000.00 is 75% of the unpaid taxes levied for operating expenses for the current fiscal year; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Clerk be and he is hereby authorized to make application to the Loan. Board lor and on behalf oÂ£ the City ot Bessemer for permission to borrow money and issue notes in the total amount ot $5,000.00 in anticipaton of the collection of the unpaid operating taxes for the current fiscal year ending September 30, 1942, which notes shall bear interest at not to exceed 5% PÂ«v annum, shall be dated December 15, 1941 and shall be due and payable on or before September 15, 1942; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that if permission be granted and such notes be issued that at least 80% ot all collections of said operating taxes shall lie set aside in a sinking fund . to repay such loan at its maturity, Â· Whereupon a vote was taken with the following result: Yeas: 7; Nays; 0. Moved by Alderman Supercynski supported iby Alderman Crenna that i the meeting be adjourned. Motion I carried. 1 G. W. Waters, City Clerk. Approved: Basil J. Buchko, Mayor. You Are Always Welcome j At The j GOGEBIC INN j Located next to Abelman's . on Sophie Street | Saturday, Dec. 6 i We Aro Sewing Ravioli Salad 25c Per Plata Join your friends at Gogebic Inn . Dance to Good Music LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Refunds COMPLETED Bessemer Refunds on certain toll calls to points in Michigan, placed between August 1, 1938 and April 25, 1941, have been made to telephone customers in this exchange. Each subscriber has received a statement indicating whether or not he is entitled to a refund. Most refunds -were made in the form of credits on current telephone service bills. Distribution of refunds to former customer* who had telephone service in this exchange also has been completed for the moÂ»t part; If you believe you are entitled to a refund and have not received one; or if you think an error has been, made in the amount of your refund, notice should be given to us within six months. The company has no record of the names of persons making calls from public coin-box telephones. Therefore, if you used a public telephone to place a call costing 40 cents or more to another point in Michigan between August 1, 1938 and April 25, 1941, a claim for a refund should be filed with this company within six months: Refunds made on or after July 1,1941, bear interest at the rate of Vz of 1% per month from that date. MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
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