Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 12, 1965 · Page 22
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Ironwood, Michigan
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 12, 1965. Scattering of Selected Issues "nlivens Mart Funerals MRS. ROBERT LUTHER Funeral services foi Mrs. Robert Luther, 46, who was fatally injured in an automobile c o 1 - Hsion near San Rafael, Calif., , Friday, will be held at y Wed• nesday morning at the St Am- NEW YORK (API — A scat- brose Catholic Church In t e r- ;ring of selected issues helped ment will be at Riverside Cem- nliven a dull and irregular etery. stock market early this after-: The McKevltt-Kershner Fu- noon. neral Home will be open for vis- Changes of fractions to a point itation beginning at 4 T u e s day or so prevailed among most key afternoon. Liturg i c a 1 pray ers stocks will be recited there at 8 that The market was easy at the evening. opening, then gradually began to firm By mid day there was LEON D. HAMEL a slightly higher tone among Funeral services for Leon D. drugs, chemicals, autos, rails Hamel, 26, Detroit, who was and electronics Most othet sec-, killed July 4 when his "rail" tions were scrambled. dragster crashed at the U b 1 y Opinion in the street varied Michigan Speedway, were held between those who saw the list July 10 with burial at Mt. Olivet as slowly building a base for a Cemetery, Detroit, further advance and those who The deceased attended school expected a renewed test of lows here and was graduated from reached a couple of weeks ago. L. L. Wright High School in Steel shipments were expect- 1956. He has resided in Detroit ed to continue at a high rate. : since then and on Aug. 8. 1959 he Retail sales in June were re-! was married to the former Carol ported below May's record but i Clampett, who survives him, above a year earlier. j along with his father, Victor Ha- The Associated Press aver- mel of Ironwood and a sister, age of 60 stocks at noon was up Mrs. Patrick McCormick of .1 at 323.8 with industrials off'Calumet City, 111. .1, rails up .3 and utilities off' Mr. Hamel and Mrs. McCor- .2. ! mick attended the services. The Dow Jones industrial av-l erage at noon was up .99 at'BATTISTA TESSARI ' 880.48. I Funeral services for Battista Prices were mixed in quiet Tessaei, 63, of 27 Newport Loca- trading on the American Stock i tion, who died Thursday, were Exchange. Corporate bonds rose slightly. U.S. treasury bonds declined. Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS NEW YORK is a selected list of stock transactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Car. Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Calum H Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Car Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Motor Gen Ftls Gen Motors Gillette Goodvich Goodyear Inland Stl Int Bus Mch Int Nick Jnt Tel & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA R.R Pfizer Repub Stl Bears Roeb Std Brand Btd Oil Ind Btd Oil N J Stauf Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Up D—Down. U D 48 48 12 67',4 D Vi 37'/s 351/2 D 1/4 203/4 D 1/8 67 D 46»/4 D 77M! U 59V'2 U 513/4 D 37% D 35% D V4 7Q1/2 U % 234% D 1/4 Va Vi. 1/4 % held Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Ambrose Catholic Church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Dunleavy officiating. Interment was at Riverside Cemetery Members of the Piave Society attended the services in a group. Pallbearers, all members o f the Piave Society, were W e d o , Bruno Fertile, Alfred , Anton Finco. Peter Carli and Achille Munari. Out of town persons attending the rites included Mr and Mrs. SCENE OF FATALITY—This is the car in which Walter Silvestri, 28, of 709 Lake Street, was fatally injured in a car-train wreck that occurred here shortly after 9 Saturday morning. According to Ironwood Police Chief Donald E. Nevala, who talked to Chicago & North Western Railroad personnel at the scene, it appeared to them that Silvestri slowed up his car to come to a stop, Instead, Nevala said Silvestri proceeded across the tracks at the Luxmore Street crossing, apparently thinking he could safely cross ahead of the engine. The switch engine struck the car proad- side, carrying it 501 feet down the tracks in an easterly direction from the point of impact, according to Nevala. Silvestri's body, which was thrown from the car, was found 111 feet from the point .of impact, Nevala stated. Death is believed to have been instantaneous, it was reported. Silvestri's death is the second traffic fatality of the year in an area composed of Gogebic and Ontonagon counties in Michigan and Iron County, Wis. Coroner Robert Zielinski, who ordered a postmortem examination, said the immediate cause of Silvestri's death was contusions and lacerations to the brain. Uronwood Police Department Photo) Soviet Speakers Ignore Viet War By GEORGE SYVERTSEN Commission Meeting To Be Held Tuesday A regular meeting of the Iron! wood city commission, originally scheduled for this evening at 7:30, will be postponed until Tuesday evening at the same » ~™ ^ m , • time ' tne commission decided at. MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet a special meeting held Saturday, j the State Public Service Corn- Union's" two top leaders virtual-: Despite the change in t i m e, mission, said approval has been Pipeline Plans Are Approved Peter B. Spivak, chairman of . John Carli and Dale of Ash-'ty ignored the war in Viet Nam i however, the deadline for re- land, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Suiok-: in major weekend speeches, i ceivin g bids on salt, gasoline, ko of Kenosha, Wis., Mrs. Mary arousing speculation that the' cnlorine and coal is 4 this after- Tiziani of Land o'Lakes, Peter ' Kremlin may be about to take a noon as was Previously adver- Rigoni of White Pine, Mr. and new tack toward the Southeast i tlsed - the commission stated. Lawmakers Open "S™'" „,,„.,, Sales Event to 1 [Saturday: Mrs. Donald Pulver,I A A f\ I I f\ T Milwaukee, Mrs. Eclythe A.! f\ , • i lil-il 10-Day U.P. Tour r.^^ssa-'SK! Coincide With 1 Diane R. Abelson. Hurley, Paul MARQUETTE. Mich — A re- Cyr, Slade Road, surgery; Mrs., r <• I IN creatlonal excursion during John A. Aho. 304 4th Ave.. N. rpCTlVsU I JflVC which they will bo shown many H u r 1 e y, Susan Peterson, I V/JMVUI 1/UVJ of the region's principal tourist, Route 1, medical. attractions and industrial and Discharged Saturday • Steven Beinc neia in conjunct i o n educational facilities has been Levra, Franklin DuCh a r m e . with the second big Hiawat n a arranged for 26 state lawmak- Iron Belt; Mrs. Raymond Gross, Festival Friday and Saturday, ers by the Upoer Michigan Winchester; Mrs. Henry Samp- Jline 1G and 17 - win be a , bi S Tourist Association. son, Washburn; Mrs. Claude city-wide sales event, festival Purpose of the 10-day tour Is i Brownell. Denis O'Leary, Rob-, officials have announced to acquaint the legislators witlvert A. Baron, Mrs. Dean Carli _, A11 store employes will Be the many scenic and other re--and baby. Mrs. Carl V. Ander- dressed in colorful Indian and sources available in the Upper'son, Frank Magdzlak, Iron- P lonec!1 costumes with each bus- Peninsula and co nelp them in'wood; discharged Sunday: Mrs. ines! > P acc awarding prizes for preparing future legislation as'Donald Pulver, Milwaukee, P ie be ,st costumes. Three final- it affects the 15-county area Miss Catherine Wyszyns ki , i ists wiu be chosen from all the north of the Straits of Mackinac. Montreal; Earl C. Maki, Hur- costumed employes and one will The party, including wives ley: Mrs. Mary Jendrzejewski, i be cllose , p fo , r a city-wide prize, and children of lawmakers, i Ironwood I Tnere wln also be prlzes for tne numbers about 60 i i best costume among the general "It is our desire to make your ArtDI ™ E Q T2 NTf Wakefield. publlc . visit to the Upper Peninsula a Admitted Saturday: Carl Jack-- A brand new feature of t h e memorable one and at the same son - Merriweather, Mrs Har- festival this year will be a fish- time, to provide you with a' vey Gl 'ayson, Wakefield, medi-' i ng d er by A giant swimming wealth of information to help cal; admitted Sunday: Miss poo i will be erected at the site guide you in your decisions in Katnv Jacobson. Besse m e r , O f the statue and it will be filled the Michigan Legislature in the Mrs - Glen Dlechelbor. Maren- W ith hundreds of Rainbow trout, months and years to come."| lsco ' surgery; Mrs. Cora Bullen, The public will be able to fish Ken D o r m a n, secretary-man- Wakefield, medical. anc i compete for prizes. The ager of UMTA, declared in a Discharged Saturday: Mrs.i fishing derby will be in opera- welcoming letter to the state Herman Enebak, Milw a u k e e;; tion all day Friday, July 16. representatives and senators Ml 's. Jonn E - Kevari, Bessemer; M embers of the Gogebic Many are chairmen of import- discharged Sunday: J a m e s ; Range Junior Chamber of Com- ant committees. Hartmann, Saxon; Richard Tre-' mcrce will be operating a brat- The tour began July 10 at the ;vi »o, Maren isco; Martin wurst stand at the statue fea- Mackinac Bridge Authority of-! Lamoreux, Bessemer; Ar t hur turing beverages and tasty saus- flPP of Ptfr Ttrnar»o otirt -ft* r\ w\ I "R^prfprlp J?nmcoi; i i _ _i L J..i-s ~. small about Spreads Fire RENO, Nev. IAP)—A grass fire was just mopped up at a sheep ranch near Reno Sunday when a spark fell on a small burro. Startled, he dashed off and ran straight into a patch of flamirs,' grass where the pack on his back caught fire. He then headed for the hills, given for pipeline construction specifications of Northern Natural Gas Company so it may construct and operate a natural Mrs. David Barto of Gwinn, Mrs. i Asian conflict. The change in time was made ] sas pipeline system in the Up- Dominic Rigoni of Hoyt Lakes, ! The cessation of attacks on ' up so as not to confli ct with a ; Per Peninsula. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond • American involvement in the G °- I NC meeting scheduled for' Sr ""° 1 ' " lrf Glatczak, Lawrence Glatc z a k, j war came after months of at- tnls evenm S Mrs. Elizabeth Kntz and Nancy tacks on U S policy Fertile and Frank Gheller, semer. House Speaker Bfasts Romney Walter " 10 "'"•* ""-'"'"-"' ul "' c UIULCUJ LANSING' (AP) — HOUSC Silvestri 28 rt 108 Lake A v e ' States was an almost ritualistic Speaker Joseph Kowalski, D-De- who wa s fatall inured Satur^ ' sp ?* "imperialists and above , troit, blasted Gov. George Rom- Secre- speaking in Leningrad Saturday, made no specific reference to Viet Nam. His only mention of the United 52% D >/ 8 who wa s fatally injured Satur^ "" 79 97's 341/2 57% 51V4 y/ 8 u 1/4 468V2 D 114 831/2 537s, 56*8 49°,; 56 34 U % 40V2 D 331/8 U 4934 u 70 U 3934 55 D Vsldav in a car-train Sao at the' 811 the im P enallst s of the^ney today fo Romney's veto ffl' U ' s - A -" and their " armed Prov-ilast week of a $1.2 million sup- 1 1 1 nnatirmc" OVlri "oote- nf I r.1n.-» nn t«1 „„ v.,,1 1 ™ „..<. --- <.-• __ -f Luxmore Street crossing, w ». * nna n nri be held at 9 Tuesday morning j ocatlons at the St. Ambrose Catholic' TT . Church. Interment will be at . Hls ™°st acid remarks were tions bill. and "acts of aggres-1 plemental enrollment section of i the higher education appropria- Riverside Cemetery. i aimed at the Chinese leaders in -, The fund would have been available for the state's seven The McKevitt-Kershner Fu- lPekin &- neral Home will be open fori Tne Communists, if they .smaller schools if their enroll- Vs V 4 beginning at 4 thisi reallv al>e Communists," he,ments rose higher than expect- Liturgical pray e r si said - " do not have tlie ri & ht to.ed in 1965-66. will be recited there at 8 p.m. I waste time and energy on mu-; Romney said the money could visitation afternoon. Spivak said the pipeline will meet the requirements of t h e Michigan Gas Safety Code. The pipeline will extend in a generally ea s t e r 1 y direction from a point on the Wisconsin- Michigan border near Ironwood to a point near Marquette. 11 will be 141 miles long. In addition, a branch pipeline, 48 miles long, will be built irom a point in Baraga County t o Lake Linden. Twenty-e i g h t miles of short lateral pipelines, varying in length from 0.4 miles fice at St. Ignace. and fr o m | Federle, Ramsay. there the entire group was taken' by ferry to Mackinac Island.! C II D The lawmakers went to Sault jfTlGf/l DL//TO Ste. Marie Sunday. Newberry V today. Munising and M a r - quette Tuesday, Negaunee, Iron Mountain and Iron River Wednesday, Ontonagon County and Bessemer Thursday, White Pine and Houghton Frid a y . Isle Royale Saturday (returning to Houghton Sunday), L'An s e , Rapid River and Delta County Monday. The trip will be completed following a visit to Fayette State Park, from where downstaters will return to S t . Ignace. Among the chief attractions to be seen by the legislators, in addition to those on Mackinac Island and Isle Royale, will be the Soo Locks, Lower and Upper Tahquamenon Falls, Seney Wildlife Refuge, Pictured Rocks, Northern M i c h i g an University, Empire mine o r Pioneer pellet plant, Pine Mountain ski jump, Iron Mount a i n iron mine, Bond Falls. Indian- head Mountain resort, White Pine copper mine, Porcup i n e Mountains, Michigan Technological University, Celotex Corp. plant and Fayette. Sightseeing trips to other scenic areas, games and other activities are being a r ranged for wives and children of the lawmakers. age cooked on a giant outdoor grill. Friday night there will be a kiddie parade through the business district up to the statue. The parade is slated to start at 6:30 p.m. Each child in costume or with a decorated bicycle will be awarded 25 cents. After the parade a group of professional Indian dancers will be entertaining the crowd at the site of the statue There will be a short program rededicating the statue and one of the 10 candidates for Miss Ironwood will be crowned at that time. There **^ ULIV..11 JltvClUl^U i\Ji Lilt lllllOt «»W"*IX.M »«W VUH U V*l 1 IV,. .A. 41V. 1 l_ spreading fire and s m o k e ; w111 De a big talent show follow- through heavy brush and grass i in B the coronation ceremonies 'already tinder - dry under the featuring an outstanding selec- noon-day sun. tion of local talent. After the The fire he set was contained talent show, a huge fireworks five hours later by 60 men display will light the skies, helped by three aircraft after: On Saturday morning the ac- burning over 150 acres. ! tion will start again with races The burro was found about and games for the children at the same time, tired but un-! Randa Field, across the street harmed except that the pack f rom the statue. The games and had been burned off his back. "•"•»- " 11 " ' n - - races wil) run from 9 a.m. until noon, and there will be refreshments for all children taking part and prizes for the winners. In tne afternoon, starting a t 1:30, one of the largest street to 3.5 miles, will also be con-1 Among the legislators sched- structed to serve localities near' " ' ' the main transmission line. Communities and industr i a 1 plants which will be served by Northern are: Lake Linden, Eagle Mills Plant, pione e r Plant, Ore Improvement Plant, tor Joseph Mack of Ironwood. Chambers of Commerce and several resort and motel operators throughout the Upper Peninsula are cooperating in the venture, possibly the largest Tax Board to Mathew Connors, Hurley city' P arades ever seen in the area clerk, has announced that thc' wi11 take P lace in tne business Hurley Board of Review will' district, featuring floats from meet at 10 a.m. Thursday for! lne surrounding area, along with the propose of allowing Hurley marching units, bands and citizens to discuss any question drum and bugle corps. The par- they may have concerning their ; ade wil1 £ et underway with a f n vac? I iMannorl f 1 v_/Mn3T> r\f iof c- f»«^-t»-*-i fV»a The"deceased ""was "born*"i"ni tual attacks." " i be aporopriated in the sprfng "if i Republic Plant, Humbolt Planti | "invasion" of the North Coun- Ironwood in March 1937. He Premier Alexei N. Kosygin, ; enrollments exceeded predic- Empire Plant, Ishpeming, Ne-; try ever by state lawmakers. attended the local schools a n d speaking in Volgograd Sunday, tions. gaunee, Ironwood, Besse m e r, was graduated from the Luther followed suit with even milder Kowalski said the fund would' ^ amsay ' Wakefield - L'A n s e , L. Wright High School with the > words on international tensions have encouraged students to at-! Houghton. Hancock. Riple y, class of 1955. A f t e r his school- and nostalgic recollections of tend the smaller schools rather' D . ollar Bav - Ca 'umet and Lauing he went into the service, i U.S.-Soviet cooperation in World than concentrate on the three' n ^?' . . serving in both Hie Navy andjWar II. biggest, state universities and| . The . Pipeline will be con- Vfe| tne Marines. On March 1, 1962,; His reference to the Chinese would have moved away from i ? . c , in ^ w ? stt;ps_with some ' ' 1 acin erve in 1965 671'B D 1/2 I he was married to the former' was just as hard as Brezhnev's, increasingly strict admissions i 79 D 48% 77% U 44% D 1 597 a U 47Vs U 39% Carol Mattson of Hurley at Ta-. He rebuffed Chinese demands policies coma, Wash. After his discharge for more Soviet involvement in from the service the c o u p le Viet Nam, saying: "Our country made their home at Puyallup,' is ready for any contingencies Wash., until 1964, when they, but an adventuristic, ill-consid- CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — returned to Ironwuod to make ered policy is alien to us. their home. He was employed 1 at the Lake Superior Fo w e r —, Company at the time of his ! | f IJf-iruirAr death. \*-\* \SppO5G5 Surviving him are his wife;; ., ... ,., . „ ..- |0ne daughter, Gina Maria; his Mercantile Exchange - Butter mother, Mrs. Eugenia Silvestri steady wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A A 58 3 /4; 92 A 5834; 90 B 571/2; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58V 4 ; 89 C 58. Eggs steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 30; mixed 30; mediums 26Va; standards 27; dirties unquoted; checks Briefly Told The Ironwood Volunteer Fire Department will hold a practice session at 7 p.m. Tuesday. All members are requested to b e present with proper firefigUing gear. There will be a meeting of of Ironwood; one brother, Bru- WASHINGTON (AF) — A the Range Mounted Patrol at no of Kenosha, and one sister, spokesman for the U.S Cham- the Sports Bowl at 8 p.m. Tues- Mrs. Elda Hendricksor of Ta- ber of Commerce today argued day. coma, Wash. WITH THE COLORS against administration requests :to expand the $1.25 minimum The Jessieville Sports Club and the balance in 1066. Purse Found, Money Is Safe Ironwood city police have recovered the purse and money that were taken from Mrs. Lempi Leary last Friday evening, it has been reported. Police said that one .of the Negro Is New Aide to LBJ JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) , — A West Point-educated Negro taxes. The board will be at the city clerk's office in the City Hall and will be available all day Thursday and Friday. Connors reminds persons who wish to discuss their taxes with the board must first have a THE WEATHER TEMPERATfltKS IX IRON1YOOD Monday. July I'i. UM1.V planned fly-over of jets from the K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base at Marquette. After the parade the drum and bugle corps will demonstrate at Randa Field. Admission to this event will be free. The Jaycees refreshment stand •written application which can be I-will be in operation again Satur- obtained at his office day. Saturday night the festival will be topped off with a dance at the Ironwood Memorial Building. Live music will be featured. Thousands of persons have visited the Hiawatha statue during the previous year, it h a s — A wesi i-oim-eaucatea Negro .Hond» r . ,iui y n. n.«.i — J "& - lie pieviuus year, u nas went to work today as a presi- For 24 hn P er ' od endinR at 12 noon. . been stated, and Chamber of- dential military aHe, the first of * plm! • ?1 Midn£m M a a'm $1 facials expect a gigantic turnout his race ever so honored 6 p - m - 7 °: 2 a -<»- 55,10 a.m.' 73 for the second festival. New 8 p.m. 68' 4 a . m . 35 ' Noon 76 concrete wa l]< wa y s nave been added to the statue and land- Baromctcr: 6 a.m. 30.01; Noon .'0.00 wage coverage and increase ov-; will meet this evening at the old i ertime pay. ; Jessieville Pool Hall after the Richard S. Landry, a cham- ; Ail-Star Babe Ruth baseb a 11 ers 25.25-25.50; around 200 head at 25.50; mixed 1-3 190-240 Ibs 24.50-25.25; 2-3 240-270 Ibs 24.0024.50; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 21.0021.50; 400-450 Ibs 20.25-21.00; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 1950-20.50; 500-600 Ibs 18.75-19.75; boars 14.00-15.50, and a few 16.00. Cattle 12,500; calves 15; prime 1,180-1,377 Ib 28.50-28.75; high choice and prime 1,150^ 1,400 Ibs 27.50-28.25; choice 1,0001,350 Ibs 26.00-27.50; choice with prime 1,050-1,100 Ibs 27.00; good and choice 900-1,250 Ibs 25 25- choice and prime 875-1,000 Ib slaughter heifers 25.75-2625; Choice 850-1,000 Ibs 24.25-25.50; choice 750-850 Ibs 23.75-25.25; mixed good and choice 750-1,000 Ibs 23.00-24.25; good 20.50-23.50. Births Armata. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armata, 223 Wilson St., a. son, today at Grand View Hospital. Jussila. Mr. and Mrs. D u ane Jussila, Ironwood, a son, July 11 at Divine Infant Hospi t,a 1, Wakefield. Ahlborn; Mr. and Mrs. O e ne Ahlborn, Sayner, Wis., a son, Gene Kevin, June 25. Mrs. Ahlborn is the former Evelyn Nerva, Wakefield. the purse where it had been abondoned by the viaduct. The money and other belongings were left intact, police said. The youth who snatched the purse from Mrs. Leary as she was walking up E. Ayer Street has also been apprehended, said officers, and he was turned over to probate court for disposition of his case, it was reported. Crewmen Continued from Page One AFB, Tex. re-"~ Jeast delay expansion of min- The Luther L. Wright High !plane Picked up a signal be- Alrman Vilencia. whose train-! imum wage and hour provisions School Band will not rehearse; j ie ved to be from a radio hom- ment. His wife said she was thrilled. The Robinsons "Were flown to the LBJ Ranch Sunday for an informal ceremony and introductions to the press. w ..^ Ui Uilt . Also on" hand were Air Force Rev. Frank Leineke's sons found I Ma J- James U. Cross and his Maj. Hugh Robinson, who will turn 33 on Aug. 4 said he wasi auucu iu me siaiue ana iana- delighted with his new assign-! THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE scaping of the entire area has ment. His Wifp cairt cho -iiroe. I*v -TlTc* A cerhrii Armrr* nnr*c*n hpp"lin WICHITA FALLS, Tax. — i ber research economist, said in game v;hich is being played. Airman Third Class Micheal R a Prepared statement that the The game starts at 6 p.m. Vilencia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Proposals conflict with President Micheal Vilencia Sr of 3 0 Jonns on's pleas to stabilize the The Bessemer Township Busi- Grant St., Ramsay, Mich., has wa ?. e - Price line and expand ness and Professional Men's i .V 2 i 9 ™ JSJJUteh- been graduated from the "tech-'employment. Club win meet this evening at nical training course for U. S. He and other chamber wit- the township hall. The dinner Air Force accounting and fi-i nesses urged the Senate Labor will start at 6:45. nance specialists at Shep p a rd i subcommittee to reject or at wife. Cross, who will be promoted to lieutenant colonel Thursday, has been designated by Johnson as armed forces aide, a new title replacing that of military aide. Cross will take over the duties of Maj. Gen. Chester V. Clifton, who is retiring from the Army next month to become executive vice president of a New York management advisory firm. Robinson will be Johnson's Army aide, serving under Cross. He will replace Lt. Col. James M. Connell, who is going ing included special emphasis to some 4.5 million additional tonight as announced, but w i 11 ing device used on emergency j ton - — -j ...*u »u &«*4l(3 to the War College in Washing•on travel and military pay, is j workers. Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Students, rafts. being assigned to the Air De- : Employers and manufacturers who are going to be 9th graders But an otis spokesman said, fense Command's (ADC) Kin-! faced with higher labor costs at Roosevelt School next year, " We received only the one sig- eheloe AFB, Mich. ADC defends | must boost consumer prices, are invited to attend the high nal and we lost it. A plane went the continental U. S. against Landry said, with a resulting school band rehearsals during 'down to search the area where I threat to sales. The airman is a graduate of I As an alternative to these A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, Mich. Prince Is Bruised During Polo Game WINDSOR, England (AP) — Polo-playing Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was hit on the back of the neck with a ball Sunday. The prince, 44, slumped forward over his pony's neck. As the 3,000 spectators gasped, other players galloped up and helped massage his bruises. After two minutes, the prince took his place and steered his Windsor Park team to victory over Chequers Manor by 8Va goals to 3. measures, Landry suggested the summer. ! we thought "it was, but found , nothing." The Blue Knights J u n i o r' Seas at the time were light to Two Named to Key Positions . j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany, clear High Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, cloudy .. Bismarck, cloudy Low Free. 80 49 92 62 .. 88 69 .. 78 65 .. Boise, clear 78 49 Boston, clear 74 64 Buffalo, clear 74 52 71 65 82 60 75 53 93 63 84 68 77 58 M M 99 75 Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear . Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, rain Detroit, clear Fairbanks, clear Fort Worth, clear Helena, cloudy Honolulu, clear _. ._ .,_ Jacksonville, cloudy 92 73 .14 Juneau, cloudy Kansas City, clear .. ._ Los Angeles, cloudy 77 61 Louisville, clear Memphis, clear Miami, clear 84 58 90 66 ----- 84 77 Milwaukee, clear . 78 57 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 79 65 New Orleans, cloudy 90 71 New York, cloudy 76 62 Okla. r )ity, clear 101 73 Omaha, cloudy 81 70 Performance Well Received Kaarlo Kultalahti, dramatist and actor from Finland, who is traveling in the United States, performed to a receptive audience at the Kimball Community Oi Center Friday night His p e r - formance was sponsored in this area by the National Finnis h American Festival. Ia Kultalahti presented a p r o 70 53 19 Bram of dramatic reading and 87 76 '02! actin & of excerpts from the best ' 'of. Finnish literature and appeared for each act in appropriate Finnish costume, some dating back to the year 1500. He also presented by dramatic acting, a scene from one of Aleksis Kivi's plays, entitled "The Seven Brothers." Aleksis Kivi was one of Finland's most brilliant writers. Because his presentation i n 74 57 79 72 1.20 01 .19 Philadelphia, cloudy 76 62 I.'l7 stimulation of job - producing Drum and Bugle Corps w i 1 1'- rr '° d erate but because of the investments and job - training, practice tonight at 7 at the Le- f °S- visibility was reported near through additional income tax gion club rooms. 2ero reductions for individuals and Tn e propeller - driven plane businesses. Road Mishaps Take 27 Lives The name of John G. Hag- was a military version of the Ben Bella strom, Hurley, was inadvertent- Lockheed Super-G Constellation, ly omitted in the publication of Jt was one of 38 based at Otis the Dean's List from North- > tnat carry their sweeping radar land College, Ashland , domes up and down the north- 'ern. coastline of the North ALGIERS (AP)-Col. Houari Phoenix, cloudy Boumedienne has named two Pittsburgh, clear ; moderates to key positions in ajPtlnd, Me., clear new, 20-member cabinet and has Rapid City, cloudy Richmond, cloudy .St. Louis clear Salt Lk. City, clear San Diego, cloudy San Fran., clear ... Seattle, cloudy .... downgraded the top economic aide of ousted President Ahmed "en Bella. Boumedienne named as minister of state Rabah Bitat, one of the nine so-called historic — ••• •"•»«•«•»• ***uuwj.4VS NJXxtAUUAWt \«iUUU leaders of the Algerian war for Tampa, clear There will be an exhibit! o n ; American continent on the alert RV'THK A«;<MiriATirn PRITCC baseball game tonight at 6 at lor possible enemy attack. * " ASSOCIATED PRESS Monarch Field be f ween the Part of tne 551st Airborne Traffic accidents claimed 21 Ironwood Red Devils and the Early Warning and Control ™!L H Michigan during the Babe Ruth League All-Stars. Wing, it operated normally weekend,. Two. accidents claim- Admission fee will be 25 cents about 200 miles offshore in a ed three lives each and two and all proceeds will go to- others resulted in double fatal- ward finannino' t.hP Raho p „ t. v, ities. ; ward financing the Babe Ruth ; League tournament. in addition, six drownings TT, ir«»i«i ^ «. T,, TV were reported in the state There will be a meeting• of tons'of radar and'that U~waVthe In England, the Big Dipper 1 The Associated Press tabula- uie Hurley City Council Tues-; first to have ditched since the screen Va., to Newfoundland. Norfolk> The Air Force said the $2.5- million craft carried about five independence. : Washington, cloudy The colonel, who commands Winnipeg, rain ,& the army, named himself pre-1 '(M-Missing) (T-Trace) mier and, defense minister. He included only nine members of Ben Bella's cabinet. Bachir Boumaza, architect of Ben Bella's socialist economic policies, was reduced to intor- 101 77 80 54 80 61 92 63 78 M 86 64 92 55 66 61 60 54 71 54 91 75 77 67 72 64 .03 .64 .02 mation minister. A moderate A Vl/^aofinl ««*«.<* T)**1*«t.J AP« u __«^ TJ RANGE SKIES this area was so well received Kultalahti will return from his performance in Duluth. to present another program at Wakefield Wednesday night. This will be held in the education building of First Lutheran Church at 7:30. Kultalahti presents' his program entirely in Finnish, and those who have some knowledge of Finnish literature and history, will find this program extremely interesting. ' ' Licenses to Wed Applications for marriage licenses have been made at the office of the Gogebic County -«-«—«•,»—• »• •«*&«%«*«& fclUWf ~ •»*•** vi«^.-—:+¥*^» w V«* J, | MVVW V t ^^ £4<**1 Abdessalam Belaid, 37, replaced j Vejius', right above Mercury •'. ^"™*'«•"-• fc*««*Mj,» | isj-Aiw w* mit v*rwf£CL/iv/ w Subset today 8:52. Sunriee to- i clerk by the following: 'morrow,5:20. The Moon - r ,sesi Pershing A. Neil and Judith 8:37 p.m. today and will be Full" — -12:02 p.m/i,tomorrow. Visible Planeta-^Merculry, sets.9:4J p.m. • i, i, *u B uippvi- ine nbsuciateu i-ress laouia- the Hurley City Council Tues-i first to have ditched since the is called the wagon, wain o r tion began at 6 p.m Friday and day evening at 7 at the c i t y ; round-the-clock surveillance be- Plow, leaded at midnight Sunday. I clerk's office. gan at Otis 10 years ago Wm as energy. AU, wl, t C^/l aUCU I » ,Y** wo ' A^B** 11 « UU V C IVKTIVUAjr of industry and ' Mars, |ow in west 1J':24 p'.m. Sat, urn;-', rises 11:47 p.m. Jupiter, Kay Hipp, Minneapolis. •Steven R. Hislop and Carol L. Unglaub, Minneapolis. An. application for z marriage license has been filed at the office of the Iron County _____ rises' 3:33 a.m. fAll times Central, Clerk by Sharon Dee Pedergana USB DAJCLX GLOBB WANT-ADS 1 Daylight). |Hurley and David Pretti, Gils'. t ^

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