Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 7, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY OtOM, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MIDAY,MAY7,1MI. V. July 4 Topic At C-C Meet WAKEPIELD — A discussion on Fourth of July activities In- cuding the fire works and other events, took place at the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening at the Evergreen Dinette. The chamber will work in conjunction with the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars to sponsor the four day event, and will also participate in the parade. In other business, the chamber members voted to allow the Big Wheel Restaurant to use it's large bill board road signs at a nominal rental fee. Discuss 1 o n was held on the coming election for a community college, and also on chamber memberships. It was reported that the county brochures are available, with a quota ready -for the chamber, the city and the township. Ed Aho, new superintendent of the Connor Lumber and Land Company, was Introduced to the chamber members, by A. J. Tiber!, chamber president. USE DAILY GLOBK WANT-ADS Enjoy BIG Mother'* Day DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Ptaiurlng Muilc br BALKAN STRINGS Mik«, Eli and Pete PitH Sarvad Nightly BALKAN INN Wakofitld, Michigan WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Tim* Tonight Twic* Er*ning< at 6:50 ft 8:00 "LOOKING FOR LOVE" Also StJacicd Short Features COMING SATURDAY and SUNDAY Shewing Twic* Evas. Saturday at 6:30 and 9:15 Matin** Sunday it 2:00 Sunday One* Evanings at 7:00 "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" Swimming Monday through Friday SOc Swimming Sunday and Saturday $1.00 Drive Out Dine Out Treat MOTHER TO SUNDAY SPECIALS AT The OTTAWA LODGE Kenton, Mich. Wakefield Briefs The Luther League of the First Lutheran Church will present a Mother's Day progr a m Sunday, May 9, at 7 p.m. In the church. Lunch will be served after the program. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Helberg and daughter, Dixie Ann, have returned from Vilas, N. C., where they spent two weeks visiting Mrs. Helberg's fath e r, Harlie Cornette, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nurml, Puerto Rico, are spending a two week vacation visiting Mr. Nurmi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nurml, and other relatives and friends. Mr. Nurml is employed as a diamond drill er in Puerto Rico. The Miriam Guild of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the church parlors. Hostess for the evening is Mrs. Mary John son. The Holy Name Society of the immaculate Conception Catholic Church will attend Corpor ate Communion at the 7 a.m. Mass on Sunday. Following the Mass the Holy Name members are sponsoring a mother-daughter breakfast in the parish hall. Those who plan on attending are asked to contact the chairman, Arnold Orambow, or co-chairman, Louis Mazes. Participants in the Girl Scouting program are reminded that the school bus will leave the Bus Circle at 9 a.m. Saturday for the Girl Scout Rally to be held in Hurley. The Prlma Donna 4-H C u met Wednesday at the home of Roberta Kauranen. Plans were made for a camping trip in July to the State Park at Lake Gogebic, the date to be announced. After the meeting lunch was served by Roberta Kaura nen. Worship services in the Pin nish and English language wii: be held at the Apostolic Luther an Church on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. Usko Petals ;o, Ishpeming as the speak e r The public is invited. About 100 at Dance Sponsored by 4-H Club WAKEFIELD — The Sno Fal cons 4-H Club sponsored a dance recently in the high school au ditorium. The dance was attend ed by approximately, 100 sev enth and eighth graders. Tw seventh graders, Emily Karling and Jean Cappo, presented a du et. Prizes were awarded f o games: Chaperones at the evew were Mrs. 4 ntnonv Trolla, Mrs Francis Johnson and Mrs. Dar rel Dalbec. Applications to Be Taken for Volunteers WAKEFIELD — Application will be received to fill two va cancies in the Wakefled volun teer fire department. Applicant must be between the ages of 2 and 45, be physically fit, and be available for any fire calls Those interested may send the! applications to James Gilbert secretary, 905 Hancock St., b. May 24. Isabejlas Will Have Meeting Monday Night BESSEMER — Our Lady o Guadaloupe Circle, Daughters o Isabella, will meet Monday ; 7:30 p.m. in the Elks c 1 u rooms. The prog ram following t h meeting will feature the mother son-daughter relationship. Moth ers and sons and daughters wi be honored by circle members Members, who have not bee contacted by telephone relativ to reservations are asked to ca Mrs. Paul steiger, chairman. .egion Endorses College Proposal BESSEMER — At the M a y neeting last night of the Oedda yc h o s z American Leg i o n Post, the organization went on ecord to endorse the propsal for he establishment of a separate ounty-operated and suppor ted ommunlty college, along with aislng the mtllage to run it, and rustees to administer it. Other business discussed was tie banquet to be held Saturday Way 15, honoring the "Citizen if the Year." Anyone wishing to go is re- [uested to purchase the tic k et >ersonally. No reservations will >e made over the phone. The committee last year held several reservations until the night if the banquet, and they weren't ailed for, consequently, food hat had been prepared was wasted. This year preparati o ns will be made only for those who have actually purchased tickets. The banquet will be at 6:30. At the program which follows. ;he "Citizen of the Year" will >e announced. It is among the inal three candidates: Berna r d tllchelli, Frank Guzzo and Mrs Felix Slomkowski. An interesting program is being prepared. Illllllllllll Join all the Happy People here SATURDAY NIGHT | "^ "DICK'S TRIO" I Yes, they'll all be having the time of their lives Saturday night at Bingo's. Make special plans to attend now! Good Food—Drinks and the Beit Music PIZZA also served I BINGO'S BAR & DANCEHALl | Located IV* Miles Northeast of Intersection in Wakelield on M-26 Mother's Day Menu PRIME RIBS OF BEEF HAM ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCK plus our regular menu Children's portions graciously served Give Mother the "RED CARPET TREATMENT" (they've just installed beautiful red carpeting in the dining room) OPEN AT 12 NOON HutvSKYLAWN Pleasant f Mitel enl MAI MM«77 Bessemer Briefs The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Baton and Dm m 3orps will meet for practice Saturday from 1-2 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial auditorium Director Mrs. Frank Hoffner in forms that there is a need for ,wo more drummers. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Milr o y and children, David, Doug 1 a s Diana and Jacqueline, returned to Superior, after vacationing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs . T. Negrl. Miss Patti Negri, a student a Superior State University, and ler guest, Donald Marcuiller Niagara, Wis., spent last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Negri. Menus Announced for School Lunch Program RAMSAY — The following menus will be served in the Ramsay School during the week beginning May 10: Monday—Pigs in blan k e t s green beans, apple sauce, rolls butter, milk. Tuesday—Meatballs and gra vy, potato, buttered beets, crum bles, rolls, butter, milk. Wednesday—Chili, peac h e s cake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday—Pasty, apri cots milk. Friday—Tuna fish sandwi c h macaroni and cheese, butterei peas, cherry sauce, milk. Boyle Reports on Landing of Marines in South Viet Nam EDITOR'S NOTE — Hal Boyle, Associated Press columnist, is in South Viet Nam for his third major war. After covering landings in World War II and the Korean War, he reports on his first landing in the Southeast Asian battle zone. By HAL BOYLE CHU LAI, South Viet Nam (AP) — Three thousand more U.S. Marines and 3,000 Seabees landed on a desolate coastal plain in South Viet Nam today and immediately began building a 4,000-foot air strip. Not a shot was fired. Six Vietnamese battalions scoured the landing area for 48 hours earlier and killed eight Viet Cong arriving Marines with garlands of flowers. "I could learn to love this country," said one flower- decked Marine as he moved inland with a backward look at I the girls. The landing was made in perfect weather, and there was almost a picnic atmosphere on the beach. The landing boats came through the calm sea like giant, racing beetles. They were waved in by a team of 20 underwater demolition experts. "Come on, boys, you'll be late to the party," yelled Jerry Bush, 30; of St. Louis, Mo. Few of the Marines even got their feet wet. Waiting on the sand was a group of high-rank- ble," laid Adm. Wulzen. "But we have had rib casualties at all. As a matter of fact, in the last three operations of this kind we have had only one bruised leg and an injured eye." After leaving their landing vehicles, the heavily burdened combat Marines threw off their lifejackets and lumbered quickly through the heavy sand to expand their perimeter. Later in the morning tanks and other equipment moved ashore. It was estimated it might take up to four days to bring all the equipment ashore. administered at this clinic bf Dr. Donald L. Davidson, Bee* semer Township health officer* assisted by Mrs. Cecelia M11J«* vich, school nurse. Children entering MnderrarteB next fall should have boost*! shots for continued Immunlift* tion against diphtheria, tetan u 4 and whooping cough and * booster vaccination aga last smallpox. Also those child re* who have not received t h e 1 < fourth polio shot should receivi it at this clinic. and captured 13. Two of the jn offlcers who had arrived government troops were killed | moments be fore by helicopter, and six wounded. Tney jn clude( j Lt. Gen. John The Seabees—the U.S. Navy's Throckmorton, deputy U.S. commander in Viet Nam. construction and engineering specialists — estimated they; -it looks fine," he said. "They T" ld ,_ ha !!J!?f- t ?i ura !"r; bas " are good-looking troops. 8317 34-51 WEARABLE PAIR—A well fitting bare arm dress that spells charm and flattery for the matron. And paired with a neat rib-length jacket. No. 8317 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Bust 38 to 54. Size 38, 40 bust, dress, 5V4 yards of 45- inch; jacket, 1% yards. To order, send 50c In coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. • 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. Young Driver Killed JACKSON (AP)—Mark Clark, 20, of Hanover was killed late Thursday when his car plunged off a fog-shrounded rural road south of Jackson and crashed into a tree, Jackson County sheriff's deputies reported. airstrip completed within 72 hours after all equipment had been unloaded from the ships anchored off the beach 52 miles south of the big Da Nang Air Base. Today's landing brought the total number of U.S. servicemen in South Viet Nam to about 45,000. The landing was described by the commander of the task force, Rear Adm. Donald Wulzen of Hamilton, Ohio, as "the largest amphibious landing in the Far East since the Inchon, Korea, landing in 1950." The Marines began moving at 8 a.m. and the first wave was on the beach at 8:13 a.m. ' There was no contact with the Viet Cong in the initial stages of the landing. But six battalions of Vietnamese troops had been operating in the area for the >ast two days to prepare the ivay for the landing. The landing increased the number of Marines in the northern part of South Viet Nam to approximately 13,000. The others are stationed in the Da lang-Phu Bai-Hue area. Some 60 Vietnamese schoolgirls were on the beach with ocal authorities to greet the There was no surf or we would have had plenty of trou- Clinic to Be Held May 12 RAMSAY — The last preschool clinic of the 1964-65 school year for Bessemer Township will be held Wednesd a y, May 12, beginning at 2 p.m. Immunization serum agal n s t diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and poliomyeltis will be DANCE SATURDAY, MAY I 8:30 ie 11:30 - AT- IRONWOOD ARMORY MUSIC BY TAMMY. THE BACHELORS Ic JIM REED $1.50 p»r eeuplt. 11.00 singla Sponsored by: Blue Knighii Drum ft Bugl't Corps MOTHER'S DAY DANCE SATURDAY NITE MUSIC By: JOHN & DON Fish A Shrimp Fry Friday Chicken, Pizza and Ravioli Saturday SPORTS BAR in Waktii«ld The rangt's top fun spell Brown's Cafe Exceptionale This Sunday, May 9, being Mother's Day Brown's Cafe Excep- tionale's Facilities will be at your disposal for Mom's Day Dinners . . . including of course their unusually fine service and good food! . . . The management wishes, at this time, to remind their many patrons that every Sunday thereafter all the facilities, including their spacious private dining room will be readily available for their customer's pleasure! . . . Ample space for all special Occasion Celebrations. 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