Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 10
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY (KOBE. WONWOOD, MICHIGAN Hurley Board Makes Summer Program Plans Plans for the summer basebal and band programs for the high school were discussed by the Hurley Joint School Dist r i c t Board of Education during it regular monthly meeting Monday night. The boaro approved the summer baseball program, providing a league is organized and operates as in the past several years. It was decided that the summer band program will be limited to a two-week period before the opening of school next fall. Mrs. William Prenderville of Hurley was given a contract to teach the combination kindergarten and first grade at the Saxon School during the 1965-66 year. May 27 was set as the date for a banquet at which all employes of the district who will be retiring at the end of the curr e n t school year will be honored. The banquet will be held in the J.E. Murphy School cafeteria, with all employes of the district being invited to attend. Authorization was given by the board for the high school band to participate in a Lions Club convention parade at Minocq u a on May 22, in the Hurley Paint Day parade on May 24 and in the Memorial Day ceremonies at Iron Belt and Hurley on May 31. It was decided that no action would be taken on * proposal to hire a qualified physician as a school health officer until an answer to a letter written by Ever- 1s Reid, the board's attorney, is received from Angus P. Rothwell, state superintendent of schools. Both Reid and Supt. James Mezzano Jr. recently wrote letters to the State Department of Public Instruction asking for an opinion on whether it would be legal for the board to hire a qualified physician on either a contract or fee basis to be the school doctoi and have charge of a health program. Max Ashwill of Madison, an attorney for the state depart- replied to Supt. Mezzano's letter and stated that it would be legal for the board to hire a doctor to conduct physical examinations of pupils and employes, but board members felt that Ashwill failed to answer the question of employing a doctor to be in charge of a health program. Plans were made by the board to inspect the J. E. Murphy School and gymnasium Saturday to determine repairs and im» provements needed to be made this summer. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,1965. THE EVERGREEN CROSS—On the slope of Goat Hill, near Enumclaw, Wash., workmen of the Weyerhaeuser Company have created an evergreen cross. The area, used as a natural seeding source, is visible from the Chinook Pass highway. In addition to its natural beauty, it has served as the inspiration for poetry and meditation. School Supplies Are Purchased by Board at Hurley Various supplies for the 196566 school year were purchased FDR Jr. Will Head New Equal Employment Opportunity Board By CARL P. LEUBSDORF I Roosevelt, son of the late WASHINGTON (AP)— Frank-! president, has not run for elec- ? ive office since he was defeated " a statewide race for New lin D. Roosevelt Jr. says he re- portunity _._ wonderful opportunity, a great „ __._ «_ challenge and a promotion" ov- >y the Hurley Joint School Dis- er his present job as undersec- irict Board of Education during retary of commerce. ts meeting Monday night at Asked in an interview if Hurley. gards his appointment to head "f , a statewide race for N the new Equal Employment Op- York attorney general in 1954. Commission as "a ! He na s been mentioned as a he possible Democratic candidate to oppose Republican Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's expected third-term next year. bid He submitted. Repairs to Saxon School Planned Repairs to be made at the Saxon School as part of the summer maintenance and impro v e- ment program were given tentative approval by the Hurley Joint School District Board of Education at its meeting Monday night dial supplies the board purchased ,urn towels from Eau Claire Book & Stationery Co., Eau Claire, Wis., for $450; paper cups and other supplies from Cohodas-Paoli Co., Ashl and, for $687.75; other supplies from Northern Stationers, Marquette, for $234.20, and other supplies from Upper Peninsula Office Supply Co.t Marquette, for $152.86. Instrumental music supp lies in New York noted that as he ex— -r—y - - w— deal of political speech-making in both North and South. -— „ "One of the commission's norship of New York-is still a main functions will be advocacy year and a half away. It's much of elimination of discrimination . regarded the appointment by commission chairman In making the purchases the President Johnson as a stepping pected to do a good board accepted the lowest ; bids stone to a possible comeback, he said; Under the category of' custo-; "The election for the gover- too early to make any decision about that." MM • |V J 1 Hiking-Riding Trail Proposed at Hurley. In addition, the board asked , Supt. James Mezzano Jr. to obtain estimates on repairing damage caused to the Saxon School by the hailstorm last Thursday. Supt. Mezzano reported that 122 panes of window glass at the school were broken or cracked by the hall and that the roof was damaged beyond repair. The damage, he said, was covered by insurance. Board members asked him to get estimates on replacing the windows with either glass block. aluminum or conventional sty 1 e windows and also to obtain figures on the installation of a new roof. Saxon School projects tentatively approved for the regular summer program include: Replace front sidewalk and steps; replace main entra nee doors; paint exterior of entrance to the gym lobby, doors and trim; repair the four doors to the gym which are not closing properly; installation of center hand rail on north end stairs; Installation of floor tile on floor above north end stairs. Repair door and install new door frame to shower room; install new doors to boys' and girls' lavatories; install improved lighting in lower hallway; replace south entrance doors; repair south entrance stairways and hand rails; Install new celling tile in cold storage room ; repair loose sections of ceiling In first foor hallway; repair both stokers and boilers. Construct hew concrete block coal bin; repair exterior ste p s and sidewalks at south entrance; paint boys' and girls' lavatories; install water cooler on first floor; repair toilet in girls' lavatory; glass block four windows on south side of school, and possibly improve changing room for girls' physical education. .The board also authorized the purchase of the. following equipment for the Saxon School: Kindergarten furniture and equipment; water cooler; scrubbing machine; ladders; custodial tools; lawn mower; tape recorder; movie projector screen, and window ihadea. in employment," he said. The White House announced late Monday that Roosevelt would head the five-member commission, which will administer the portions of the 4964 Civil Rights Act which ban racial discrimination in employment. Roosevelt noted that in addition to banning bias against «»«ro T „ rf * *~.«w H "«=,.i. «i a i;ii» B -uuuii- members of minority groups. Store, Ironwood, f o r« t r y hiking-riding t r a il across tne act marks the first federal n"r,;""nrHor n t ™ f i v, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Upper legislation to outlaw discrimina- One order of metal shop sup- Michigan has been proposed by tlon on the basis of sex. lies was eiven to Brod h e a d the Five County Development 1 Roosevelt, appointed to a Cleveland, for Group of Ashland, Bayf i e 1 d term on the commission which another went to Douglas, Iron and Price coun- ex P ir es July 1, 1967, said he Co., Minneapolis, ties in Wisconsin , asked for » two-year term be- Plans for the project were dis- ! cause "* Just don't like being cussed at a recent meeting at tied down for too long." M e 11 e n. A tentative name of:. Four ot h er commission mem- . were purchased 1 from Johnson! Development of a cross-coun- for $237.65. Drafting supplies were purchased from Fredrick Post Co., Milwaukee, for $286.58. "The Gitchee Gumee Trail" was Iron County Lumber and Fuel Bive n to the t™n - Hurley, was,awarded the; X traT would follow the bers were Rained — one for a term that expires in July 1966 and tne other three for terms of ornt tn,n fe h,h , I wou oow e contract to furnish lumber and soutn snore of Lak Superilor three, four and five years refinishing materials for the wood Erspamer Lumber Co. of Hurley bid $1,189.10. Other wood shop supplies were purchased from Brodhead Garrett Co. for $450.98. Supt. James Mezzano Jr. was authorized by the board to call lor bids on a tractor-type lawn mower to be used for cutting the grass on the athletic fields. Supt. Mezzano reported that the mower used for the last several years is too small to do an efficient Job of cutting the fields. Board members discussed the necessity of starting a program i the areas and' points the trail who has special- Commerce Depart- ons e ra , would go through are Superior i Itlent on efforts to open oppor- National Forest, around Duluth 'tunities in private business to Pattison State Park, Chequame- \ rninori ty group members, said gon National Forest, Mt. Tele-!, hopes tc get the commis- mark, Copper Falls State Park sion ' s work started as soon as near Mellen, Ottawa Nat i o nal , ne and the other four members dA«M«J. «___• -rfi ____ 1* __ , .1 Slt*P f*f\nf > 1*TY^ i3«*4 V\vr 4-Vt*i C!nwn4-M Forest and Hiawatha National Forest. It would be a hiking and horse- are confirmed by the Senate. All five "have eminent qualifications in the field," said *t wuuiu ue a nming ana norse- ""• "«", oaiu back riding trail in the summer Whlte House P ress secretary and could be used by snowmob- p eor e e E - Reedy in announcing lies in the winter. The trail the a PP oi ntments. would attempt to follow vis t a! Name to the commission S reported that many of the windows and frames are in poor condition and will have to be replaced in the near future. Supt. Mezano said the windows on the front or south side of the J.E. Murphy School at Hur 1 e y are in the poorest condition. It was decided that the would invite A. P. Grill, ? wS ' plachia en coud P win built ' state P a ? ks and historical - J ~--™.— f M* *»u MAl^ A1AUUVJJ. IVCll points. A shuttle service between riding stables could prov i d e cross-country pack horse trips. In regard to construction of the trail it was noted that Youth on ?urie dows similar-tt ._„ installed in the superintendent's office. Plot to Overthrow Government Broken Up SEOUL, Korea (AP)—A plot were: Eileen Hernandez, assistant of the California Fair Em- Practices Division, will be nominated for a term ending July 1 and another term running until July 1, 1970. Richard Graham, a business executive from Menomonee Corps Camps are being estab--j Falls > Wis -. who is now Peace lished in each national fore s t Corps director in Tunisia, for a which would provide an excel- term ex Pi"ng July 1, 1966. The Rev. Luther Holcomb, 53, Dallas, Tex., a native of Yazoo City, Miss., and chairman of the is Advisory Committee to Civil Rights Commission, July 1, 1969. 36, To- staff Kansas, whose"term which would provide an excel ent opportunity for building I about 50 per cent of the route. : Neighborh o o d Youth Cor p s could be started in various coun- ' ties and Wisconsin has state camps, while inmate labor used where available, 'or easements and the purchase of rights-of-way, it is term s-o-way, s believed, could be obtained from, runs until Julv l *.!_._ .*_ _• • <• _ _ , _ . I 1?f*\/\CCk1r A14* H the federal land and water con- Mrs. Hernandez , to overthrow the government the Porcupine Mountain Park has been broken up and seven could be built after the main me icuejcu Jcuju ana water con- : — —•-.«, «»•]. nciuojiucz servation fund, it was noted that and HolcomD are Democrats; state funds also might be avail-. aham and Jack son are Reable for the project. publicans. Mrs. Hernandez and Construction of spur trails to other points of interest, such as Jackson are Negroes. army officers and civilians are under arrest, the South Korean army announced Tuesday. Details of the plot were not announced. Army spokesman Col. Lee Wook-kun said an investigation was continuing. Most of those arrested were trail has been completed, group members said. Michigan Senators Vote With Minority from each state should in the next few riTonths ™ „. ganize further support and details and then another general meeting of groups from all three states will be held on Sept. IS WASHINGTON (AP) — Michigan's Democratic Sen. Philip meet [Hart and Patrick McNamara —•—•-•»• ••• " *-u . »*uiK uuu f-aiuuK juunumara the next few riTonths to or- voted with the minority Tues- ltM ""•"""• " - 'day when the Senate rejected by a 49-45 vote the amendment of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- Mass., to write an antipoll tax Valuation Boost Is Recommended LANSING (AP) — The State Tax Commission Monday recommended a $733 million increase in the state's total state equalized property valuations. The proposed boost would raise the state equalized total from $26.35 billion last year to $27.08 billion this year. The figures from the basis of all local property taxes. Robert Purnell of Mount Clemens, commission chairman, said the proposed boost would set a record with the exception of a $2.4 million increase in 1960. He attributed the Increase to a continuing industrial growth. The recommendations are subject to approval by the State Board of Equalization, composed of three members of the tax commission and four other members, following a hearing at the Lansing Civic Center May 24. The proposed $733 million increase compared with a $544 million increase authorized last year. Wayne County was the only major county to show a decline < as the valuation recommended to would drop $1.38 million $9092 billion. Edward Kane, commission secretary, said Wayne just didn't have the proportionate growth of some other counties and also Is losing property because of highway "construction. Other counties showing major increases Included: Genesee, up more than $95 million to $1.49 billion; Kent, up nearly $30 million to $1.22 billion; Macomb, up more than $115 million to $1.62 billion; Oakland, up more than $138 million to $2.44 billion. The papyrus plant of Egypt was the source of man's first writing paper. German Newspaper Editor Sets Visit MIDLAND (AP)—The editor in-chief of the German new* paper Recklinghaeuser Zeitung, Adolph Toetter, will visit Midland June 1-4 as part of the People-to-People program. Chapel Dedication Set TRAVERSE CITY (AP)—Dr. Robert A. kimmich, state mental health director, has accepted an invitation to take part Tuesday in ceremonies dedicating the $300,000 All-Faiths Chapel al Traverse City State Hospital, program chairman Paul S. Bond announced Tuesday. ARMOUR'S U.S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST CHUCK STEAK lb . 55c MEATY NECK BONES lb 25c SHOULDER ROAST ROUND BONE ,„. 65c •OWN Special Make Ham Loaf u,69c •Canadian Bacon ±S££ lb .89c •Swift's German Style Salome >b.79c •Wis. Aged Brick Cheese , b 49c Fresh Frozen Fish Sticks •Nabisco Ritz Crackers ....£39c •Waxtex Waxpaper 2 IS 39c • Handy Wrap 100•«... 2 for 49c •Ma Brown Pickled Beets 4 "" $1 •FRESH RANDALL BAKERY DAILY • Bunny Cardamon Cof f e Cakes 39c • Jiffy Cake Mixes WM. t h . y ,«« 1 Oc FRESH GRADE "A" LARGE EGGS 2doz. •Kraft Deluxe Macaroni Dinner '*" 39c •*."™" N Italian Spaghetti 3*, 69c •Dairy Organic Compost 25 £.1.75 Ui lb. pkg »9e SWIFT'S PREMIUM WIENERS 39 C lb 79 MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 4 M ...$•! ""• I gal. can LANOLIN PLUS HAIR SPRAY reg. 99e Hershey's New Handy Bake Chocolate 33 79 BAKER'S PREMIUM COCOANUT • MI-BEST SALAD OIL ARCO COFFEE 2 11 45 1.79 'ARCO Coffee . 29 YELLOW BANANAS 0 C lb head 19c 180 size •Escorole •Calif Navel Oranges • Large Sweet Waxed Beggies , b . 1 Oc EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON •Winesap Apples 3 b ', b ,49c THESE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM WEDNESDAY TO 6 PM ON SATURDAY OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY SUPER MARKE Rifht To Limit Qnan

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