Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 11, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IHONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1969. School Calendar For Remainder Of Year Given WAKEFIELD — The calendar of the many school activities which will take place beginning today and until the close of school on Friday, June 4, is as f olows: Today, 4 p.m.. Future Teachers of America Tea. Wednesday, May 12, all day, Michigan-Wisconsin Conferen c e Tennis Tournament at Wakefield. Thursday, May 13. 6 p.m. honor dinner for retiring teachers. Friday, May 14, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. tenth grade class party. Saturday, May 15, all day, regional track and field meet at Bessemer. Monday, May 17, 7:30 p.m., regular meeting of the Parent- Teacher Association. Thursday, May 20, 2 p.m., first Honors Assembly. Friday, May 21, 9 a.m., second Honors Assembly. Saturday, May 22, all day, Upper Peninsula final track and field meet at Houghton. Monday, May 24, all day. testing, Grade 12. Tuesday, May 25, all day test- Ing grade 12: tennis meet at Marquette. Wednesday, May 26, all day testing, Grade 12. Thursday, May 27, all day testing, and-or class work, Grades 7-11. Thursday May 27, all day. senior picnic. Friday, May 28, all day U. P. finals tenn i s tournament In Wakefield; 8:45 to 8:55 a.m.. locker inspection; 1:10 to 2:30 p.m., baccalaureate practice; all day senior report cards issued, books and locker keys returned. Sunday, May 30, 8 p.m., bac- calaureate services. Monday, May 31, no school, Memorial Day observance. Tuesday. June 1, classwork and-or testing, Grades 7-11 (except high school band students, who will be excused for c o m- mcncement rehearsal from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday. June 1, 1 to 3 p.m., commencement practice; 8 p.m. commencement. Wednesday, June 2, morning, period 1-2-3 testing and-or class- work Grades 7-11: afternoon, students dismissed, teachers correct test papers and prepare report cards. Thursday, June 3, morning, periods 4-5-6 testing and - or classwork grades 7-11; afternoon, students dismissed, teachers correct test papers and prepare report cards. Friday, June 4, 8:50 to 9:35 a.m., report cards distributed; 9:35 to 11:45 a.m., teachers comp 1 e t e work and check out through the principal's office; 1 to 4 p.m., teachers check out through the superintendent's office. To The Voters of Gogebic County: THANK YOU for your splendid support at the polls Rev. Rudolph Kemppainen (Paid Political Adv.) FT A Holds Tea At 4 Today WAKEFIELD — The members of the Mary MacDon a 1 d Club, the Wakefield High School Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, held their annual spring tea in honor of the senior members of the organization at 4 p.m. today in the cafeteria of the high school. This year the club members will also honor the members of the Wakefield faculty who are retiring in June: Mrs. Mild red Johnson, Mrs. Florence B o r • deaux and Mrs. Esther Hyppa Guest speaker for the event was Carl E. Kleimola. Seniors of the FTA, who have completed the necessary service hours required to earn their FTA pins, were presented with their pin by Harry Butter. Arrangements for the tea were made under the direction of Mrs. Grace Graves, FTA adviser. D. E. Ferguson To Be Speaker WAKEFIELD—D. E. Ferguson, Ironwood, will address the Wakefield Art League openi n g Michigan Week at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the council chamber in the city hall. He will also show slides. While the artists are attending the meeting, their paintings intended for exhibit in the annual Art Show In July will be judged in the art room of the high school. Artists are reminded to deliver their works to the art room between 6 and 7 p.m. Following the talk, the group will reassemble at the high school to view the paintings and to meet the judges. Entries for judging must be new works and not entered in any previous judged show of the league. Rules for entering are listed for information of t h e artists. It is preferred that all entries be framed; and water colors, pastels, pen and penc i 1 work, and charcoals should be matted. Copies are to be placed in the copy section and marked as such; the name of the artist must be covered completely and the title of the picture and medium are to be written on a card placed on the lower left. Posters made by members to advertise the July show, should also be brought to the meeting for prizes to be awarded. OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Your choice of Ravioli with cheese or meat, Gnocchi, Ho- Made Noodles or Chicken Cacciatore $1.50. — including salad — LIBERTY BELL CHALET Hurley, Wisconsin NOW SHOWING! EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 RONWOO THBA7RL Funerals at the home of Pearl Hill at 7:30 p.m., and Naomi Circle will meet at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wiliam Willis. Circle 0 of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will meet tonight at 7:30 in the'par- ish hall with Mrs. Walter Nuni- maker as the hostess. A practice for a worn a n ' s baseball team will be held tonight at 7 at the high school athletic fled. All interested women are invited to attend. Waino Kiuha, Veterans of Foreign Wars service officer, will be at the VFW Post Home tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. Vetera n s , who have any problems in regard to service, are asked to meet with Liuha at the VFW quarters at that time. Class to Open On Wednesday BESSEMER—Michael Martin, deputy Civil Defense director, announces that a class in medical self help will open Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. The class is open to high school students and adults. To date 33 A. D. Johnston High School students have registered There is room for more students and interested adults, said Martin. Instructor will be Rud o 1 p h Rezzatto, Ironwood, assisted by Martin. The course lasts for a period of 15 hours. Meet i n g dates will be determined at the organization meeting on Wednesday. JOHN HALVORSON WAKEFIELD— Funeral services for Jo h n Halvorson, 69, of 506 Pierce St., who died Thursday, were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Immaculate C o n- ception Lutheran Church with the Rev. Wallace Leno officiating. Burial was in Lakes i d e Cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry H a skins, Walter Borseth and Lyle Western of Bergland, R o b e rt Ellsworth and Albert Savola of Merriweather and Wayne Borseth and Lyle Western of Bergland, Robert Ellsworth and Aland Wayne Borseth of Bessemer. Attending from out of town were Howard Stavedahl, Kalamazoo, Mr. and Mrs. T h o m as Smith, Mount Clemens; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lemieur and children, Lawrence, James, Ralph, Mary, Linda and Joanne, Miss Dagny Pladsen, Miss Jane Har- sig, Detroit; Mrs. Ida Stavedahl, Miss Helga Pladsen, Mrs. Inez Daman, Mrs. Gerald Basol, Mayville, N. D. VFW Auxiliary Will Meet on Wednesday WAKEFIELD—The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the VFW Post Home on US-2 and Lakeshore Drive. All members who have not as yet secured their poppies for the Poppy Day Sales are asked to attend the meeting and get the poppies. Following the business session, lunch will be served and a social time will be enjoyed. Wakefield Briefs The church council of the First Lutheran Church will meet tonight at 7 at the church; Elizabeth Circle will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lempi Lane; Ruth Circle will meet in the parish school at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Hilda Lane as the hostess; Eunice Circle will meet Clinic Change Is Announced BESSEMER— Parents of preschool age children in Bessemer City and Township, are informed of a change in the schedule of immunication treatment to be administered at the clinic scheduled for Wednesday at both the Washington and Ramsay schools. The school nurse, Mrs. Cecelia Miljevich, informs there will be no vaccination or re-vaccination for smallpox given at this clinic. Treatment will incl u d e immunization against diptheria. whooping cough, tetanus and polio. It is important that children entering kindergarten report for their fourth injection of the Salk vaccine and booster shots of the triple serum. Driver Gets Ticket On Traffic Charge BESSEMER — Sylvester Magdziak, Bessemer, was Issued ticket by Bessemer city police on a charge of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and causing a traffic accident, It has been reported. Police said the accident occurred Sunday night on South Moore and East Mary Stre e t s when Magdziak cut the corner in turning from Moore Street onto Mary Street and ripped up a fire hydrant. Magdziak's vehicle was badly damaged in the accident, according to the officers. Golden Age Club to Meet on Wednesday BESSEMER — The Bessemer Golden Age Club will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Fairview Citizens' recreation rooms Social activities will follow the business session. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Thomas Kutrovac, Mrs. George Kori c h Sr. and Mrs. Joseph Jasper. Just Received! Another new shipment of Sharp SUITS FOR THE GRADUATE! PREP 2 A 3 BUTTON NATURAL SHOULDER SUITS Natural shoulder styling including pleatless front belt loop pants. Smart solids, muted plaids in 100% worsteds and blends. Prep Sizes 13-20, 29.95 up. Student 34-44, regulars and longs $40.00 3-BUTTON 100% WOOL BLAZERS with decorative metal buttons and embroidered pocket crest, Lap seams, flap and patch pockets, center vent. Prep sizes 13-20, 20.95; Students 34-44, regs. and long, 27.50. Swn "Doorway to man'* world" Cwiwr Aurora A Suffolk Ironwood C-C Meeting to Be Held on Wednesday BESSEMER—The Bessern e i Chamber of Commerce will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in genera session at the Veterans Memor lal Building. Many items of im port ant business are to be brought before the chamber for action. Dinner for Four By CECLY BROWNSTONE We came on this delightfu curry accessory at a cooking class conducted by a brill) an' young dancer from India. Dry chicken curry, rice, ban ana a la bali ram, salad bowl sesame crackers, coconut cake beverage. BANANA A LA BALI RAM 1 container (8 ounces) yogur Pinch of Salt 1/4 teaspoon white pepper Hi- teaspoons sugar 1 large ripe banana Turn the yogurt into an attrac tive small serving bowl. Stir in the salt, pepper and sugar. Slice the banana thin and fold in Serve shortly after preparing a a condiment with curry. CAR SPRINGS All cars, New. from Floor Shift Conversion Kits . 1A AC I £.7? $16.95 AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Muufleld and Ayer fit, Dial MS.OMO DIVISION WINNERS—Holly Jacobson, 4, and her brother, Jay, 9, were winners In the youngest children's division in the talent show sponsored by Marty's Ooldenaires of Bessemer. They won with a vocal-guitar duet. Marines Honor Viet Nam Boy, 77, for Being Top Student By HAL BOYLE HOA PHAT, South Viet Nam (AP) — It was the proudest day of his life for 11-year-old Nguyen Due Tan. In a simple and moving ceremony not far from She Da Nang battlefront, the U.S. Marines honored the slen- dent in his class at the village Buddhist school here. The scene was the thronged schoolyard in front of a colorful Buddhist temple. Black robed monks set out tiny cups of tea. On a screechy public address system, a prominent local man made the customary graduation speech. The high point of the ceremony came after Nguyen Due Tan had read his valedictory address in an earnest, high- pitched voice. He stood at rigid attention in his blue shirt and shorts as Lt. Col. Jim Willams of Coronado, Calif., read the boy a letter of commendation on his Election Won By Democrat DETROIT (AP) — Democrat James Del Rio, 41-year-old former real estate dealer now studying for the law, was elected Monday to the state representative post earlier denied to Democrat Daniel West, admitted masquerader. Del Rio, victor in a three-man race, was named in a special election to the Michigan House from the 24th legislative district. This was the seat denied by the House to twice-elected former Rep. West after his admission to state investigators that he used the reputation of another man. West is under federal and state indictment for alleged income tax fraud and voter registration irregularities. Del Rio defeated Republican Robert L. Jordan, 58, a church pastor, and Jackie Wilson, 34, candidate of the Freedom Now party, in a light vote in the traditionally Democratic district. Unofficial results from 35 of the district's 37 precints gave Del Rio 1,361 votes to Jordan's 994 and Wilson's 75. Election officials said the turnout was about 2,400 from the district's 22,803 registered voters. Sault Has 3rd Bomb Scare SAULT STE. MARIE (APP)— The third fake bomb scare in a week forced the evacuation ol 1,700 students at Sault Ste Marie High School Monday. As in the two prior instances, the students were taken to a nearby ice hockey stadium for the afternoon. School officials said a boy admitted calling to tell of a bomb in the building to "get out of a Latin test" though also denying he made the two previous calls. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS The WORRY CLINIC •y OR. GEORGE W. CRANE scholarship from the commanding U.S. Marine general. Williams then gave him a pen and pencil set and told him, "keep up the good work, son." Nguyen Due Tan seemed almost suffocated with pride as he showed off his prize to his schoolmates. We left after Williams and Lt. Donald W. Harris of Phoenix, Ariz., had helped distribute 20 packets of books and pencils to other honor stu dents. As civil affairs officer, Harris, a lawyer in civilian life, is re sponsible for pacification missions designed to win friends and influence people. He is en thusiastic about his work and has asked that his tour out here be extended so that he can continue it. "We just want to show them that we are interested in them and that the American serviceman isn't a bad guy," he said. We feel that if the children like us, so will the parents. "I like kids. I spent seven summers as a camp counsellor in New York State, and the kids here are no different basically than those in our country." Harris is proud of a free medical clinic which he set up with the help of two Navy corpsmen. "In three days we treated 150 children and adults," he said. "I believe the best medicine is soap and hot water. Most of the diseases we treat are dirt- caused. So the first thing we do with these kids is to give them a good scrubbing. "It's really gratifying to see the sores on these kids heal up, and feel that we are really doing something to help them. But some parents are bringing in kids who don't have anything wrong with them. They just want us to give them a good bath." Marines in the Da Nang area also are chipping in to send three children with cleft palates to a hospital near Saigon for operations. The operations will cost only $5 each, but that is more than the parents have been able to afford. Pacification has its own reward but it also has its perils. On the same day that young Nguyen Due Tan got his gift pen and pencil set, a goodwill mission of Marines in a nearby village was fired on by Viet Cong guerrillas. One marine was killed. "It upsets me," Harris said, "to realize that the people in that village knew the enemy was there — and didn't warn us." Polly's case should be indelibly Impressed in the memory of every teen-ager. For when you girls face the dilemma of whether or not to submit to illicit affairs, take the test below which shows the difference between physical magnetism vs. true love. And heed Benjamin Franklin's shrewd counsel! Then send for the sex booklet mentioned today. CASE V-4486:: Polly G., aged 17. is the pregnant high school senior. "Oh, Dr. Crane." she begged, "what shall I do? "I haven't told anybody except my boy friend and he now says he Isn't interested In marriage for he wants to go to college. "So I don't know where else to turn." HEED BEN FRANKLIN "An Investment In knowledge," said Benjamin Franklin, "always pays the best dividends." But there are two ways to get knowledge! One is the costly method of bitter experience by personally violating rules and then suffering the inexorable consequences. The second is to profit by the experience of others, about whom you read. Smart people can learn by reading which is why your progressive newspaper offers this daily clinic in practical psychology. When you high school girls are being high pressured into premarital affairs, just remember similar cases, such as Polly's. For there is a wide difference between physical magnet i s m (sexual attraction) versus true love. DELICIOUS PASTIES ON SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY to eat here or take oui EDY'S TIP TOP 219 Sophie St. Bessemer Phone 663-4101 Heading for a Wedding? . . . Then you'll want to arrange for your "Once in a lifetime" Event with invitations, announcements, and related appointments from the NEWS RECORD .... The Bride-to-be will be delighted . *Also: Whilt Leather Guest Books, Bibles, Bride's Books and 25ih-50lh Anniversary Books Father's Day Ideals ... the perfect gift Complete assortment of cribbage Boards NEWS RECORD PRINTING ft SUPPLY Ironwood Mrs. Lloyd H. Westeen. Prop. Dial 132-5111 Triplets Get Scout Awards KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Triplets 14 years old received Eagle Scout medals Sunday, an event rare In the history of Boy Scouts. They are Everett, Charles and Keith Taraba, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taraba. The father Is an inspector for Trans World Airlines. In a note of congratulations, Joseph A. Brunton Jr., chief Scout executive, said: "Occasionally we have had twins and a brother, or three brothers, become Eagles together, but for triplets to receive their Eagles at the same time is very unusual." Both of them give you butterflies in your tummy, as well u tingling, ecstatic sensatio n s, coupled with a pounding pulst and breathlessness. "Dr. Crane," Polly asked, then how can a person tell whether it is sexual fascination or true love?" Analyze the focus of your at* tention! In the case of physical magnetism (sexual attraction), you are interested in your personal pleasure FOR THE MOMENT. But if you experience true love, you are more concern e d with the welfare of your sweetheart both NOW and IN THE FUTURE! Obviously, it is stupid to indulge in premarital affairs and thus jeopardize the happiness of your sweetheart, as well as start off a baby out of wedlock! That violates the simple yardstick for measuring ture love, so anybody who tries to seduce his sweetheart, into submitting to premarital affairs, Is not in love! Instead, he is phsycially fascinated and motivated by his own selfish desires, Girls, get hep! The very next time you fac« this crucial dilemma, think back to Polly's case today. Her boy friend wants to run away. His exit is college, though many of such boys flee into military service. And what about Polly's baby? She should immediately tell her mother about her dilemma. They can then invoke the advice of their family physician. There are several very good homes for unwed mothers and one for the delivery of her baby. Then it would be more advantageous to all concerned if she let her baby be adopted into a good home where it could start out without any social stigma and with two devoted parents to nurture it. So send for my booklet "Sex Problems of Young People," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. All teen-agers should have a copy, for its offers specific case* and wholesome advice. (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) Dies of Injuries BATTLE CREEK (AP) —Dr. Jecob Helnrich, 61, of Battle Creek, died Monday of injuries which police said he suffered in a car which ran through a stop sign and collided with another auto. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly .To eat and talk In mor» comfort, just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. Advt. 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