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TWO Space Astronauts May Not Wear Suits on Flight By HAROLD R. WILLIAMS A.P. Aerospace Writer HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — Space officials are pondering the possibility of sending astronauts Frank Borman and James A. Lovell on their 14-day Gemini flight without space suits. Borman, 37, an Air Force major and command pilot for Gemini 7, discussed the plan today. The Tucson, Ariz., astronaut said lack of time for a complete study of the plan was the reason that L. Gordon Cooper Jr., an Air Force major, and Navy Lt. Comdr. Charles Conrad had been turned down in their suggestion that they go without suits on the Gemini 5 eight-day mission. Their flight is expected Aug. 19. He wasn't too optimistic about the officials' approving the no- suit proposal for his flight, ei- spaceship could be uncomfortable and decrease efficiency. "But the possibility of going without suits is almost negligible," he said. "And I wouldn't want to go without a suit if studies showed it would be dangerous." Borman and his copilot, Navy Cmdr. Lovell, also 37, are expected to be sfriot into orbit late rftis year or early 1966. Borman said there had been a plan to rendezvous with either a spent Agena roc*et or the second stage of the Titan booster! used to place the two men in 1 orbit. 'We won't dock with it, of course," Borman said, "nor will we try to keep up with it. We plan to take our time, saving IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 12, 1965, City Council Meets Tonight WAKEFIELD — A spec i a 1 meeting of the Wakefleld City Council will be held tonight at 7:30 in the council chambers in the city hall. Bids will be opened on a chassis for the garb age truck; the new electric rates will be discussed and adopted; an appointment will be made to the Civil Service Commission, a report will be made on coal bids, and several reports and communications will be heard. Funerals fuel. We will fcave two weeks to! do it. and we don't plan to be in i any hurry." ; Navy Cmdr. Walter M. Schir-! ra Jr., 42, and Air Force Maj.' Thomas P. Stafford, 34, are set tc pilot the two-day Gemini 6 mission in October. An Atlas-i Agena rocket will hurl the Age-! Jia stage into orbit. Gemini 6.I will be launched later and will attempt to link up with the Agena. tner Pastor and Family Tm not pushing for it," he i A %/ . • — 'Are on Vacation said. "I want to do the best job I can. To do that job. the best \vay I know how, I must be operating at top efficiency. I believe I can do that with the least encumbrance." Borman, a backup crewman for Gemini 4, said if the proposal is turned down, the space suit worn would be much lighter than the 33-pound suit worn by Edward H. White during his 20- minute space walk. "We don't plan to get out of the spaceship or open the hatch," he said. The space suit is a backup protection in case pressure or oxygen is lost inside the space capsule. U.S. astronauts have removed their helmets, which depressurizes their suits, while in flight. Three Soviet cosmonauts reportedly flew in one spaceship Oct. 12, 1964, without spacesuits, wearing street clothes. Borman said that 14 days in a BESSEMER — The Rev. and Mrs. C Raymond Holmes and family are vacationing at Waukegan. 111., with relatives and friends. They plan to return by July 19. During the absence of the pas-tor, tlie Rev. Wallace Leno, OL the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Wakefield, will officiate at services on July 18, .and he may be contacted by parishioners needing services of a pastor. Activities at Sharon this week include: Tlie Luther League will meet this evening at 7 p.m. Plans will be made for an outing in the near future. The Mary Circle will picnic Tuesday at the Ed C. Anderson cottage on Lake Gogebic. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. JOHN O JOHNS i WAKiT.FIELD —Funeral serv-! ices for John O. Johns, 79, of 1 45 Wico Location, who died Wednesday, were held Saturday! afternoon in the Wakefield Metli- i odist Church with the Rev.) James Lumsden officiating. Bu-1 rial was in Lakeside Cemetery, i Pallbearers were Harlan Johnson. Elmer Johnson, John Piet- 1 chak. Nels Kuvinen, Delbert Ter- ; vo and John Graves. j Attending from out of t o w n were Mr and Mrs. Th o m a s Duggan. Mr. and Mrs. J o h n i Gudenschwager, Germanto w n.! Wis.; Mr and Mrs. Carl Tutor, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tutor Washburn, Wis.; John Ferguson,: Mrs. Thomas Ferguson, Thomas Ferguson, New Berlin, Wis.;! Mrs. Dorothy Holte, Mr. and ; Mrs. Frank Retallic. Eaui Claire. Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFarland, Menom o n e e .Falls. Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 1 | ert Carillo, Waukesha, W i s . ; i Mrs. Ren Tregoning, Mrs. Garnet Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hooper, Iron River, Wis.; Mrs. Nellie Davis, Bessemer; Mrs. Oliver Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe, Saginaw, Minn.; Neal Johns, N e e n h a , Wis.; Mr and Mrs. John Richards, Aurora, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uren, Ramsay; Mr and Mrs. Charles O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, St. Paul, Minn. THREE-HULLED AIRSHIP — A new type dirigible, with three hulls instead of one' is being developed at Levittown, Pa., by & group of men headed by a retired Navy commander. The ship is shown at an airport near Levittown. It has not been flown as yet. (AP Wire- photo) Congress Considers Increasing Funds for Antipoverty Program By JOHN BECKLER | ammunition for weeks, and 4 WASHINGTON (AP) — The )lo t debate Is In prospect. Th« "war on poverty" erupts in Con- ; dm , nl8trBtlon , believed td gress this week as the House.. .. .. ..,, considers a bill that would dou- ! ha ^ p , lhe vol « s to P*ss the bill. ble the money in the antipover- 1 Bof " re acting on that measj tv oroeram m>e> llowever . * ne Ho »s e will The measure Is onlv one of :vote Tuescla y °" a "ill thafi Bemal^fgTneslonSacKSiJ^W remove sliver from all rnnin-p*<! kpprn un n hnnminir l u - s - coins allcl authorize new at the o an . «"™ with copper centers and Senate passing major voting : copper-nlcke alloy surfaces ^te a^^V Krlty W te ', ™«.**» beyond "V^"^ last week tration s recommendations and Bills dealing with housing, the, a Senate-passed bill, both of U S colnaee svstem clearette! which cal1 for retaining silver in labeling and fSs for n* S' reduced amount <" >] a ' f *>"'»• Congress, federal agencies and'*,,'! lo l ' eslore lh , s Provision the Department of Agriculture wl » be made - as wcl1 as a last ' are on the week's program. When the administration tagged its efforts to end poverty ditch stand by representatives of silver-producing states to keep some silver in other coins. Tlie Senate has scheduled ac- tine Juoperina, David, Matt. Greg ar.c" Scot McPherson; Bobby Nape), Jackie Nunim a k e r, Jimmy Wasielewski, Jeff r e y Jarvenpaa, and Brenda's ulster, Carolyn, and brother, Gary. Mar./ Beth Gaik assisted Mr. and Mrs. Borgaro in serving the lunch and also aided in entertaining the children in supervision of the games. Wakefield Briefs USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Avisco* Acetate Tricot • Sizes 5 thru 10 • White Only Luxurious easy-care fabric, picot edge elastic waistband and leg opening. Double crotch. f f Open Monday and Friday Eveningi BESSEMER ^HIHHH^IBB^^imHHH^^^IiHI^^^^HH^^^^^B^M^BaMaMMBM^^H^M BEN FRANKLIN Sophie St. Bessemer, Michigan Mrs. Jack Tankka and sons, Tom and Tim, have returned to their home in West Allis, Wis., after spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Saari. Mrs. Tankka the former Carol Saari, also attended the class reunion of 1955. Mrs. George Williams and daughter. Miss Margaret, former Wakefield city clerk, left Friday by plane for Cornwall, England, where they will spend two months visiting r e - latives and friends. Brenda J. Borgaro, 8, ! Has Birthday Parry WAKEFIELD —Brenda Jayne ; Borgaro celebrated her eighth! birthday anniversary at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Borgaro, 311 Aschermann St. Wakefield. recently. Lunch was served from a table with a large "Little Bo Peep" cake. Following t h e same theme large colorful balloons, large white bells and streamers, completed the decorations. Many games entertained the children throughout the afternoon and prizes were awarded to many in attendance. A lollipop treasurer hunt concluded the activities for the aftern o o n. Brenda's father took movies of the children during the party. Special guests in attenda nee were Brenda's maternal g r an d- parerrts, Mr. and Mrs. William Heilig of Ironwood, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Borgaro, Bess e - mer. Many other adults were also served during the afternoon. Children attending were Bonnie and Penny Heilig, Cle r 1 y Rice, Janelle Backland, Maureen Zielinski, Ralna Cu d a h y, Patty Radowskl, Paula Koruga, Linda and Roberta Yon, Mary Ann Karling, Barbara Mazes Dawn and Lanette Moyle, Pamela Anich, Robin Corolewski, Julie and Timmy Tourville, Kris- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Marusinec and family have returned to their home in West Allis, Wis. after spending a 10 day vacation with Mrs. Marusinec's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Saari, and other friends. She is the former Joyce Saari. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nerva, Kenosha. spent several days visiting relatives and friends here. Raymond Saari, Muskegon. formerly of Wakefield, spent several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Saari. AWARD WINNERS—Liza Minelli, Judy Garland's daughter, and comedian Zero Mostel rub noses to congratulate each other upon receiving Broadway's Tony awards for their starring performances in two musicals. Liza made her Broadway debut in "Flora, the Red Menace" and Mostel is starring in the smash hit "Fiddler on the Roof." (NEA Telephoto) Shoppers AT STEIGER BUILDING SUPPLY ROOFING SPECIAL PRICE 240 Ib. Se«ll«b SHINGLES Regular prict 11.35 square 9 AA cashfe «TT carry Phone ui for free estimates en roofing and tiding IS and 30 pound FELT cashfc carry 3.25 90 Ib. Mineral Surfaced ROLL ROOFING 8 colors to choose « from. Special 4. cash tc carry Noils and Tar for above 20c roll LUMBER Utility Grade Hemlock Framing LUMBER & SHIPLAP PerM Cash* Carry DOORS 32" x 80" Wood i t AA COMB. DOORS I O.TT 32" x 80"— \W 3 It. i m CA SERV. DOORS 14.dU 32" x 80" 36" x 80" While They Last Model "101"' Aluminum Doors 32.50 9/0 x 7/0 Wood GARAGE DOORS 4 section complete with glass and it) CA hardware OZ.DU each Fiberglas Garage DOORS x 7/0 site, in White, 89.50 Coral, Green and Sand Colors PAINT 3.45 Decron Latex INTERIOR WHITE ...... Decron Latex EXTERIOR m WHITE 4. Town and Country OUTSIDE WHITE Oil Base Luciie Exterior HOUSE f 4A PAINT /.47 gal. gal. gal. STEIGER BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Juit Off U.S.-2 Bvssemtr Phont 667-2421 PLUMBING Golden Age Club Will Have Outing Wednesday BESSEMER — The Bessemer Golden Age Club will have an outing Wednesday at Copper Falls, Mellen, wis. Assembly for Transportation will be at 10 a.m. at the Fairview Senior Citizens Community Building. All persons planning to go are expected to be at the appointed place by 10 a.m. when cars will leave. A planned menu has been arranged for the potluck picn i c lunch under the chairmanship of Mrs W. K. Gray Sr., president; Persons planning to take part, who have not been contacted relative to their contribution to the lunch, may call Mrs. Gray. All those taking par are expected to bring their own dishes and silver. C-C Meeting to Be Held on Wednesday BESSEMER — The Besseme Chamber of Commerce w i 1 meet in general session Wed nesday at 8 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Building. Major business will be reports of tourism, retail and float committees, and various new items of business. Bessemer Briefs The Bessemer Board of Education will meet in regular session tonight at 7 in the conference room of the A. D. Johnston High School. Mrs. Valentine Pricco e m - laned for Sovina, Calif., where she will vacation with her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Pricco, and family, and attend the wedding of her grandson, James, to Miss Dyanne Henkel of Covina. Mr. and Mrs. David Syreini and son returned Sunday t o Kenosna, Wis., after vacationing for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kriska, Ramsay, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Syreini, Wakefield. SEPTIC TANKS FIBER PIPE 4" 47.00 * p . 45c «. Plastic WATER PIPE Sizes W through \W in Stock 52 Gallon Electric WATER HEATERS 10 Year j Q Warranty /7. SHOWER STALLS Precast Base 59.50 Steel Base 46.50 Also complete stock of Copper Tubing & Water Pumps FIR PLYWOOD W AD. Exterior Plywood Regular 3.36 n QQ Special A. / » sheet Cash and carry SIDING 10" SPRUCE DOLLY VARDEN for cabins, garages, etc. Only | jr A* per 100 IO.UU bd.«. Roll Shake SIDING In while or green colors Only M CA P er roM ot 4.3U 100 sq. ft. I CUT MORE WOOD, MAKE MOREMONEY NEW HOMELITE XL-AUTOMATIC CHAIN SAW Now, professional pulpcutters tnd loggers c»n make more money In leu time. Big, new gas lank on Homelltt XL-Automatic holds K% more fuel 30 you un cut longer without refueling. Automatic oiler eliminates manual ctuin oiling. M" plunge-cut bow turns saw Into a fast-cutting production saw... no bending or stooping while tucking, straight blades from 12" to 36*. CuU trees up to 4 leet In diameter. Weighs only 14 pounds, less bar and chain. Available In direct or (ear drive. Free Demonstration? See us todtyl BINGO & SON GARAGE Highway M-28 Wakefield, Michigan Phone 229-5212 Estimates Set On State Crops WASHINGTON fAP)—A yield of 64 bushels from each of Michigan's 1,576,000 acres of corn for grain will supply 100,864,000 bushels in 1965, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted Friday. Other production estimates Day in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, July 12, the 193rd day of 1965. There are 172 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1364, President Abraham Lincoln stood within sight of Confederate riflemen on the outskirts of Washington. An officer was mortally wounded within three feet of Lincoln. On this date In 1808, Napoleon entered Madrid as king of Spain In 1817, American naturalist and author Henry Thoreau was born. In 1821, Nathan Bedford Forrest was born in Marshal County, Tenn. Forrest, as a general in the Confederate army, became one of the most picturesque cavalry leaders of all time. In 1919, the Allies ended their blockade of Germany. In 1941, Britain and Russia signed a mutual assistance treaty. Ten years ago—Thirteen U.S. agricultural representatives left on a mission to spread good will among Russian farmers. Five years ago— The United States proposed at Geneva that a pool of western and eastern nuclear devices be created anc be open to inspection. One year ago— British Commonwealth representatives met in London and took up Southern Rhodesia's demand for immediate independence. in the United States a war, It didn't realize how apt the word was. Fierce political battles are t.ion on three appropriations raging In many big cities over measures for t» e early Part of how the antipover^y funds are to ! lne week and hopes to get to the be used. i omnibus housing; bill Wednes* + * day. Thorp will be a renewal of The fighting will spread to the lr >e fl R' 11 OVC1 ' a controversial House Wednesday when the ad- rent supplement provision that ministration's bill to add $1.9 Brought the administration its billion for the many different 1 b| £K pst scare of the session in programs Is taken up No votes! lne Hou.se two w^eks ago. The are likely before Thursday rent proposal survived by a Republican opponent's of the! mal '6 |n of only 708 to 202 before bill have been readying their J the 85.3-billion housing measure won approval on a 425-169 roll — ———• call vote. LA • .i n i Two important conferences MCrriWeather rerSOnalS between House and Senate rep—— resentatives will tie held to work Mr. and Mrs Rodney Ells- i Ollt differences between the vot- worth and Mrs. Jack EHsworth; ln »' ri s llts and Social Security- were business callers in Ewen! medical care bills, recently. i Not to ° much difficulty is ex- Mr, and Mrs. William Fretdle '• P e cted in reaching agreement and daughter. Debbie, Milwau-l on tne Soclal Security measure, kee, visited her parents Mr andi but differences over poll taxes Mrs. John Rolston They also! coulci cause lne voting bill con- attended the funeral of h e ri ferees trouble. for Michigan included: 28,424,000 bushels of winter wheat at 34 bushels per acre; 25,968,000 bushels of oats at 48 bushels per acre; 876,000 bushels of sugar Sikkim is smaller than Yel- beets at 12 bushels per acre and; lowstone National Park and has 8,138,000 bushels of dry beans at only 165,000 people. The land 1,300 bushels per acre. ! rises north of India In central The USDA predicted the state j Asia from tropically luxuriant will harvest 15.5 million bushels j valleys to a panorama of snowy of apples, 2.9 million bushels of | mountains, sky and emerald peaches and 1.2 million bushels i lakes held in towering folds of of pears during the year. I rock. Starts TUESDAY! at &-.30 INDIANHEAD MOUNTAIN PLAYHOUSE The Tennessee Williams Drama "CM ON A HOT TIN ROOF" Showing July 13, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21,22 and 24! ADMISSION $1.00 and 11.50 NO ADMISSION CHARGE TO PERSONS DINING AT LODGE Before attending the playhouse, enjoy our * SMORGASBORD SERVED ON PERFORMANCE EVENINGS 6 p.m.-8 p.m.—$3.50 Your Favorite Drink 5£ Lodge Bar The Rustic INDIANHEAD MTN. LODGE 1 MILE EAST OFF U.S. HIGHWAY 2—JUST WEST OF WAKEFIELD, MICH. Reservations Suggested ... Phtme Wakefield 224-8501 uncle, Conrad DeVowe of Bergland. Mrs. Jack Raskins and Mrs. Rodney Ellsworth were recent Ironwood shoppers. Mrs. John Rolston, son, Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soderstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellsworth, Mrs. Madeline Haskins, Mrs. Jack Ellsworth and sons, Lowell and Rodney, a t tended the funeral services for Conrad DeVowe at St. <Vnn's Church, Bergland. Mrs. Clara Abrams Mrs. s. i A. Western and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended the birthday club meeting in Topaz recently in honor of Mrs. Paul Lasinski. George Miller Ontonagon, was a recent business caller here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Abram, Grand Rapids, arrived recently to visit relatives here and i n Bergland. Abrams was just recently discharged from the navy where he served three years. Mrs. Clara Abrams and son, Clarence, and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Abrams visited the Earl Maki family in Iron River. Mrs. Al Savola and Cindy Sybledon were recent Ironwood shoppers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellsworth recently visited at Draper, Wis. with Mr. and Mrs. E. Dalbec. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. and family returned from a 10 day vacation trip to Ludington Ovid and Flint. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Abrams were recent Wakefield callers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson were recent Ironwood shoppers. The House banned poll taxes in the bill it passed 333 to 85 Friday night. The Senate version provides for a prompt test of their constitutionality. The administration favors the Senate approach, and this may determine the outcome. WAY TO KEEP , WARM AT > 20° BELOW! G1965 American Inlwnatioiwl Picluftt Coming WEDNESDAY! RONWOO TH£A7RE LAST 2 DAYS! POSITIVELY ENDS TUESDAY The most delightful * entertainment sumn 9 JULIE ANDREWS • DICK VAN DYKE TECHNICOLOR* • •Eves. 6:45 & 9:15 •Matinee Daily 2:00 RONWOO IRONWOOD Open 8:00 Starts 9:00 TONIGHT TUESDAY COMEDY HITS IN COLOR GREGORY/TONY PECK /CURTIS Captain Newman \ A DICKINSON STA NEW KINDOFIOVE TEGHMCOUM*

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