Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1965. Finance Report Is Presented at Board Meeting BESSEMER — More than $50.000 was spent on mainte- nace and capital outlay projects by the Bessemer school district, i during the 1964-1965 school year| which closed June 30, according j definluToffe'ris' eating the break and the repair. it was noted that sev e r a 1 light poles are badly rusted in spots. Repainting poles was discussed by the board with Gordon Allen, of the Steel Tank Service Co., of San Anton i o , I Tex., who is in the vicinity, with equipment and crew, working on repainting the Tilden Hill water tank for the city. The board entered into a contract with Allen to repaint the nine light poles at Massie Field, at a cost of $45 per pole for labor and materials. Supt. Newman reported that local persons who were contracted expressed interest but gave no Jr. High Team To Practice I spend the summer with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wiita, and other relatives and friends. He is instructor in the Alexandria, Va., school system, '. and spent several weeks attending the summer sessions of the \ University of Virginia in Char- lottville. BESSEMER - There will be a meeting of all members 'of the Washington .School rifle team at 2 p.m. Thursday. July 15. at the ROTC Office. All! Mr . and Mrs . T om Trant and shooters, who mode the M a t -I children, Patrick and Sea n. quette trip in March, are r e - i Milwaukee, .spent the weekend quested to report at this time.: visiting Mrs. -Trent'*-.Another, Mrs. Ann Benson, Plym o u t h Road, and other relatives. Mrs. Trant is the former Patti Benson, Wakefield. to the report by Supt. Walt e r Newman, to the Bessemer! Board of Education last night. Maintenance projects inclu d e j replacement of the boilers, in- > : cinerator and hot water heater in j the Washington School; res u r-' faced black boards in sch o o 1 rooms of both the Washingt o n and high schools; replaced and painted cornice on the east side of the high school; installed fluorescent lighting in Room 105 and the principal's office at the high school; installed new ceil i n g and fluorrescent light in the downstairs hallway at the high school. Painted six class rooms and boiler room at the Washington School; painted the study hall, and stair wells and hall ways on gr&und and high school; in March, are r e report at this time. At 4 p.m. all interested students, 13 years of age and under, are requested to report. Students who will no' become 14 years old before May 15, 1966 are eligible to fire in the s u b Discussion was held on setting! junior class. Last year the Washa date for a public hearing on the school district budget for 1965-1966. Completion of drafting the permanent budget is pending legislative action on the state aid formula for distribution. The date of the public hearing was set subject to call by the superintendent, as soon as the legislature determines the distribution formula. The board considered and approved a detailed report of receipts and disbursements for the month of June, and the fiscal year for the year July 1, 1964- July 30, 1965. For the month of June. receipts totaled $24,583.98 including $22,781.76 final payment of state aid: ington team took recond p 1 a ce Class A, fourth individual Class A, first, second and fourth place in sub-junior individual. Any student interested i n shooting, who can not make the meetings listed above, are r e quested to contact Sgt. Adrian Anglim at the ROTC Office, telephone number 667-4641. The Washington Parent- Teacher Association, which sponsors the junior high school rifle team activity, wil! finance the team's expenses to the Escanaba State Fair. ,. . „ , ,. i and the remainder in cur- first floor of the , rent and delinquent taxes and in- resurfaced floors of i terest. Rifle Team to Meet July 15 ... . . .. ... . i BESSEMER — The first! boiler room and coal bin with; Disbursements for June to- meeting of the A. D. Johns t on! S??if. w°V« V £ « y « °vf c , onc r e ., te ' taled $3,326.68 or $18,742.70 over' High School ROTC Rifle team) £ Mdttila at the Washington School, t h e | the June receipts. Large item in' will be held at 10 a.m. Thurs-' ' ™ arr " a work being done by the regular. disbursements was claims for, day, July 15, in the ROTC O f- Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Grana| to and family, Minneapolis, renewed acquaintances here during the weekend visiting relatives. i They are former Wakef i e 1 d | residents. ! Recents guests at the home of i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johns were! : Mr. and Mrs. David Rigotti and ' , family, BelAir Md., who were ! en route to their home from a vacation in California. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. David Rigotti, Anvil, parents of Mr. Rigotti. Also guests were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Johns, Neenah, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mezzano and family. St. Claire Sho res, I former Wakefield residents, vis- ! ited at the James Mezzano and Peter Delmet homes for several days. They are former Wa k e- field residents. janitorial staff with the exception of lighting installation in the class rooms. Major capital outlay proj e c t was the installation of 20 additional positions to the langu age laboratory at the high school, at a cost of about $2,000 to the school district, the remain d e r paid by federal grant from the National Defense Educat ion fund. ^ I In the instruction field, major ; expenditures were for new literature books for the 7th, 8th and 9th grades; and new geography tests for the 5th and 6th grades. The board considered maintenance projects at Massie Athletic Field, involving repair of the lighting system, and referred repair to the Bessemer Light Utility, on the basis of the report of a survey by electrician Faye Horswill. Horswill reported that an underground cable in the east bank of light system needs replacement. The board approved details of the plan submitted for lo- instruction in the sum of $34,- i flee. At this meeting prac t i c e 568.65 due to the fact that teach- schedules will be set up. ers who chose to divide salary' Tne rlfle team will fire at the receipts in 12 months, receive' u - p - state F a lr in Escanaba two extra months pay in June, j during the month of August. Other June disbursements were i s &- Adrian Anglim requests that administration, $2,999.63; trans-! 311 members of last year's var- portation, $279.55; operation, $3,156.27; fixed charges, $1,559.84; community service, $365.77. A balance of $96,756.29 on May 31 plus $79.06 in the revolv-1 ing fund, provided $96,677.23 which met the June deficit leaving a balance of $78,692.65 at the close of the fiscal year to aid in financing until major revenue receipts are due after Jan. 1, 1966. TONIGHT WED., THURS., SAT. Tennessee Williams' "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF" SUMMER THEATRE Indianhead Mtn. Playhouse Just Off U.S.2, Wakefield Mich. For Reservations call' 224-8501 Giant SMORGASBORD INDIANHEAD MTN. LODGE Performance Evenings Theatre ticket free to dinner guests Driver Not Injured WAKEFIELD — Paul Ripley, 38, Marquette, driving west on M-28, one mile west of Topaz, at 9:15 p.m. Friday, hit and killed a deer that ran out in front of his car, from the right side of the road. Moderate damage resulted to the front of the car. The driver escaped inju r y. Conservation officers were notified and disposed of the carcass, authorities, who investig a t e d the mishap, have reported DELICIOUS PASTIES ON SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY io eat here or take out EDY'S TIP TOP 219 Sophie St. Bessemer Phone 663-4101 sity and sophomore teams b e present at this time. Last year the rifle team took first place ROTC Class, and Dale Facchinello took first place individual in the open class. Wakefield Briefs SPECIALS from our BARGAIN SHED - DOORS $4.98 $8.95 $16.50 $18.95 -WINDOWS- Completely Set-Up Single Window Units $ 9.95 $19.90 2-ft. 6 inches by 6-ft. 8 inches and 2-ft. by 6-ft. 8 inches Hi" thick 2-panel doors 2-ft. 8 inches by 6-ft. 8 inches 1%" Beech Flush Doors 2-ft. 8 inches by 6-ft. 8 inches 114" thick wood combination doors 3-ft. x 6-ft. 8 inches }*A" thick exterior doors, glazed Double Window Units Triple Window Units Stationary Units . $29.85 $ 5.00 PALCO WOOL INSULATION bag 98c Bag covers 15 sq. ft. 4 inches thick! The Wakefield Junior Miss Softball team, recently org a n- Ized, will meet the Ladies Softball team of Wakefield in a game to be played at 6 30 tonight at Forte Field. The public is invited to Efttend the game and applaud their favorite team. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will hold a meeting Wednesday, July 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the VFW Post Home on Lakeshore Drive. The busin ess session will be followed by a social hour and lunch will be served. The First Lutheran Chu r c h Council will meet at 7 tonight in the education unit. Mrs. William Doyle and daughter, Kate, and son, Skippy, Manhattan, N.Y., are spending the summer months visiting Mrs. Doyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stannard. She is the former Mary Louise Stan-! nard. The Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Lofgren and family left by plane Friday for Africa, where they will serve as missionary teachers. They stopped at Chicago, then: continued to New York andj from there to Rome, en route Africa. The Lofgren's spent eir year leave at Minneapolis, here the children atte n d e d i hool and Pastor Lofgren at-; tended college. Prior to leaving for Africa, they visited Past o r i Lofgren's relatives, and with! Mrs. Lofgren's parents, Mr. and : Mrs. Victor Hanson, here. j Guests for several days at '• the home of Mrs. L. G. Wilson j were her sons and daughters in law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson, Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and family, Cor n e 11,' Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. John) Wilson and family, Laona, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. James Holdener and family, Morton Grov e , 111., arrived Saturday to spend a vacation with Mr. and Mrs. David Bellmore. Mrs. Holdener is the former Janet Gross, Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newman have returned to their home in Oak Lawn, 111., after visiting for several days with Ernest Tuomela, and other relatives and! friends. Gary Williams left for Minnea- polls where he will visit his brothers, who are employed in ; that city. ! A-2c Ted Johnson has arrived from the Phillipine Islands and is spending a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Raymond Johnson, and friends, i On completion of his leave he : will report for further duty to 1 Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, David Wiita has arrived to Derby at Houghton WAKEFIELD — Mrs. Eugene Mattila, son, Eugene Jr., and Dan Shauger spent Saturday in Hancock, where Eugene was entered in the annual Soap Box Derby there. Gene was the only entry from this area and was sponsored by Cormier's Ran g e Cab Service. He spent three months building his racer, according to the rules and regulations of the Nation a 1 Association. The winner ent e r s the Ail-American Soap Box Derby to be held in Akron, O. All the participants were honor e d at a banquet and heard an Inspiring address by a guest speaker. The speaker told the youth that none of them were losers, the losers oeing the ones who did not complete their racers, or who did not have the enthusiasm needed to enter the race. He stated thnt such a project is most beneficial for youth, as it was noted that only one boy in 710 drivers in such a derby had turned out to be a juvenile delinquent. Although Gene did not place in the derby, he has air e a d y The Doctor Says when taken in doses only slight- staclt cannot answer individual ly higher than the r e c o m- letters' he will answer letters of mended level may be habltl^neral interest in future forming. It was dropped fro m WITH THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA YOKED BEAUTY — Here's a special design for the woman who wears a half-size ... in a charming all occasion style that buttons down the side, and has a sleeve choice. . x NO. 8261 With PATT-0-RAMA is in sizes 12V 2 , 14V4, 16Vfe, 18V 2 , 20 Vz. 221/2, 24'/2. 26Va. Bust 33 to 47. Size 14i'2, 35 bust, with sleeves, 4 yards of 45-inch. 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. Exciting, inspiring, informative—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic FASHION. Just 50c. made plans to build another racer and enter another derby. His entry will be displayed at the Cormier Service Station. State Police Open Recruiting Drive EAST LANSING (API —State police opened a 200-trooper recruiting drive Monday. The increased strength was authorized in the state budget. By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Q — My brother has hardening of the arteries of the brain. He is taking Cyclospasmol and Tilractan. What are they for? How 'does this disease progress? »•: • A — Cyclaridelate (Cyclospas- mol) is given to dilate the blood vessels in the brain and thus improve its circulation. Tarac- tan, a thioxanthine, is a tranquilizer. This combination i s highly recommended for this disease. There is no set pattern for the progress of cereb r a 1 hardening of the arteries. The commonest symptoms are forgetfulness and easy fatigability. As the disease progresses there may be a series of minor strokes or a major stroke with paralysis of one side of the body. Q — An elderly woman in our neighborhood goes around telling everyone that people are following her and won't leave her alone. She begs for help from friends and high officials. Her son says she has hardening of the arteries in the brain. Could this be true? A — Cerebral hardening o f the arteries may cause a wide i variety of strange behavior in elderly persons. If your neighbor has shown no signs of mental disease earlier in life, hardening of the cerebral arteries | would certainly be the most j likely explanation for her a c - tions. Q — What would cause a man to fall without any warning such; as lightheadedness or cloud e d vision? As soon as he hits the ground he comes to. He does not have a high blood pressure. A — Repeated attacks of this kind would suggest brief epileptic seizures (petit mal) or momentary periods of heart block. In any case the victim should have a thorough examination to discover the cause because, if such an attack occurred w h i le he was getting off or on a bus, at the top of a flight of stairs or while driving an automobi 1 e, a serious injury could result. Q — I read that the U. S. Pharmacopoeia (USP) has dropped Miltown, which I have been taking. My doctor says the National Formulary, a government publication, still includes it and that I should keep on taking it. Why did the USP drop it? A — Meprobamate (Miltown) was the USP, which was revis e d in May, because the consultant committee believes that it is a sedative rather than a tranquilizer and that other sedatives columns. 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