Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 10, 1965 · Page 3
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MONDAY, MAY 10,1965, IRONWOOD DAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Giancola Firm Now Owned by Angelo Luppino The Oianc o 1 a Construct i o n Company of Hurley, which for many years was owned and operated by Gust Giancola. is now owned by Angelo Luppino of Iron Belt, a former employe of the firm, who served as apprentice for 10 years under Giancola. Specializing in blacktupp ing, bricklaying, terazzo flooring, cement finishing and carpentry, the firm is currently engaged In remodeling work at The Daily Globe, preparatory to the installation of a new press. . Four men are employed at the present time, Luppino said in an interview, and he expects that 10 more will be employed later this year. Virtually every type of equipment needed in construe t i o n work is owned by the company, i Luppino said, adding that a> garage complete with grad e r s, | trucks, drillers, dump tru c k s; and other machinery is located j In Hurley, to serve both Michi-i gan and Wisconsin. \ \ Luppino, a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School class of 1951, served a four year apprenticeship as a bricklay e r , passed an industrial engineering course in Indiana and received a diploma in that field with a 97.1 grade average: served another three years apprenticeship as a tool and die maker, and was apprenticed for a total of 10 years to Gust Giancola. He is married to the form e r Nancy Nelson of Iron Belt and they have two children. School Election Is Set at Ewen EWEN— The annual trict's operational millage. On the latter issue, an increase of two mills for a total of 11 mills for general operation is be i n g proposed. ' Polling places - will be open from 7 In the morning' until 8 at election'night. The last day to register Meeting Set lor School Officials Registration will begin at 8:30 tor of admissions at Oakland Unl- a.m. at the Don H. Bottum Uni-, versity, Rochester, will be prlrv versity Center. At :he gener a 1 cipal speaker at the noon lunch- session at 9:30 a.m., the group eon in the faculty lounge. will be welcomed dy Robert L. A Question and answer, period Bliss, director of admissions at will conclude the session. NMU. The keynote address will be given oy Pan! Kotila, principal, trie' will June 14. be held on Monday,; Union Lake Man Dies Of Accident Injuries MARQUETTE - 'Financ i of the Ewen Public School Dis- with the '.ownship clerk for this Aids for Prospective College 3tu- Marquette Senior High School. 'election will be May 17. dents" will be discussed at the The financial aids seminar; PONTIAC <APi —'John Allen Persons wishing to be candi- regional meeting of t,he Associ- will begin at 10:15 a.m. with Dr. Aird. 28. of Union Lake, died dates for election to the ooard ation of College Admissions William Knapp. Detroit, Wayne Sunday of injuries suffered Two trustees will be elected to must fn e nominating petitions Counselors to be leld F r I day. State University, Ronald lursa, April 23 in a two-car, head-on the Board of Education for four-| W ith the secretary of the Board May 14, at Northern Michl gan Michigan State University. East smashup in West' Bloom- year terms. i of Education by 4 p.m Satur-' University j Lansing, anc! Paul Gilbert, Kala- field Township, Oakland County. Electors also will vote on the day, May 15. Petitions may be All nigh school administrators mazoo College. Kalamazoo. as i The crash earlier claimed the proposed consolidation of the Go- obtained at the superintendent's In the. Upper Peninsula are In- speakers. Serving as moderator'life of three-month old Willis gebic and Ontonagon County In- office and must be signed by at vltecj to attend che meeting, the will be NMU Admissions Direc- wirick of Madison Heights. termediate School Districts and least 50 qualified electors of the first ever ;.o be held in the Up-; tor Bliss. on the renewal of the Ewen Dis-, district. i per Peninsula. i William Jones, assistant direc- use DAILY GI,OB* WANT-ADS Murrow Leaves Estate Valued at $950,000 NEW YORK (AP) — Edward R. Murrow, internationally famous newscaster and former head of the United States Information Agency who died April 27 of lung cancer, has left an estate estimated Papers filed probate of his at $950.000. LOOK OVER BLUEPRINTS — Angelo Luppino, right, new owner and operator of the Giancola Construction Company of Hurley, is shown with his foreman, Philip Nelson, left, and one of his employes, Amund Nygard of Hurley, looking over blueprints for the remodeling work going on at The Daily Globe, preparatory to the installation of a new press. (Daily Globe Photo) Taeger Joins \ Honor Society David Taeger, son of M r s. Aileen Taegei of Trout Creek,: was inducted into the Augsburg 1 College chapter of PI GAMMA , MU at the annual installat i o n i banquet held at the college. Dr. Myles C. Stenshoel, chair- i man of the department of political science at Augustana College. ! Sioux Falls, South Dakota, addressed the group on the topic, , "But What Is Neutrality?" PI GAMMA MU, the National ! Social 'cience Honor S o c iety, i which is affiliated with the Asso| ciation of College Honor Societies, requires a high level of scholarship in the social science for election to membership. 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