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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1965. Mart Advance Irregular After Losing Sessions Obituaries Mrs. Axel Niemi Mrs. Axel Niemi, 72, of 211 S. Range Rd., died early this morning at Grand View Hospital, following a ness. lingering ill- Mack's Attack Caused By Insulin Reaction LANSING (AP)— Sen. Josepn Mack, D-Ironwood, suffered an insulin reaction, not indigestion, when he was hospitalized Monday night. Mack and Dr. Robeit Stow said today. Mack waa released from the hospital Tuesday evening. | The earlier reports on Mack's | had been released to Tribute Paid to Retired Bishop And Mrs. H. Page "The Diocese of Northern NEW YORK (AP) - Th-21 The former MaryLas si was, mness __ ^ ^ ._.... < market made an irregular born July 1 1892 n Hair,«s newsmf>n by ^ Senate Demo- Michigan has a very important today after three straight losing sessions. Trading was active. Finland, and came to the United states with her parents in 1897 ffice cr £ ccj ?^5 ed Display Articles to Be Brought to Garage Clarence Forslund, chairman of Michigan products for Michigan Week, has announced that any manufacturing concern in Gogebic County, which has articles for display for Mich i g a n Week, should bring them to the former Chevrolet Garage on Lowell Street. Further infor- regarding this may be Hurley May Have Another Member On County Board Hurley will probably gain one] member on the Iron Coun-, and secial work to do in the to- ataed from Forslund it wa "™ ' at the age of 5. They settled j had been first at Carbon Wyo an d Aluminums resumed their j moved" herV'in" 1915. On Sept. 4 Jjj yh *£?^-j-; s ^ to re"his al- ; of the Episcopal Diocense rise of Tuesday which was prompted by news of price increases for aluminum products. of that year she was married here to Axel Niemi and had resided here ever since. tack. Selective strength among blue] aric i Mrs. Niemi would have cel-l chips in scattered sections of; Crated their 50th wedding anni-j the market combined to givej versary O n Sept 4 of this year.i the popular market averages a< Mrs. Niemi was a member of! fairly good boost. ' gt. Paul Lutheran Church. The rise on average was ac-1 surviving, besides her h u s- complished despite a spotty j Da nd, are one daughter, Mrs. Nordling of Ironwood: Bicycle Safety Program Slated report that tal life and mission of t h e ; announced. his Church," so stated the Rt. Rev. j he said was; George R. Selway, D. D., bishop ; — • of Northern Michigan at its 70th I annual convention in Grace! Church. Ishpeming, last Friday! and Saturday. • In his opening address to the: convention and the concurr e n 11 annual meeting of the Women Hurley Library Closes Thursday Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Tuesday: Kenneth Bac k 1 u n d. Robert Sejbl, Hurley, surgery; parin Silkworth, Hurley, Joseph Saulter, 210 W. Ayer St., Mrs. Wayne Treder, 350 E. Midland Ave., medical. Discharged Tuesday: Mrs. Ellen Kivi. Hurley: William De- Rosch, Mrs. Mathilda K 1 u c k. Gerald .Kinnunen, Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT. Wakefield. ty Board of Supervisors when; Admitted Tuesday: Leslie Ste- that body reapportions, ci t y councilmen were informed at a vens, Gust Maki, David Skola- sinski, Wakefield, accid cuts; Care of Patients And Services at Hospital Noted By r. A. DRAZKOWSKI JR., Superintendent, Grand View Hospital "As today's observance of •National Hospital Week, 1 our article will emphasize the theme 'People—Heart of the Hospital' by our report 'Patient Care and Other Services.' "When looking at the report, think for awhile about what is actually involved in such a volume of services. Last year, 138,600 hours of service were required with direct patient care and contact. Other serVi c e s, such as food, laundry, linen, housekeeping, heat, power, water, repairs and general operation amounted to 72.700 hours. Relating these totals to the av- FuneTaT swviceT will bThelrt Sector tape on bicycles owned ventlon voted unanimousi> w clatlon consists ot librarians of! '"Urn™TFPHy iStoXtated wa's^leadinTTiT the MichTy'an"-' erage patient, we find he gets The Associated Press average ^^^^Klte* 1 *,^™ residing in Hurley %™^l™™e"^ about " ine and «* ."•* £"» rtn ~*_-i.- -* ...«„— «,«.« ..« t o _ _ _ ~. . „ . A I. onr? rtfHoi* Tvrt« r*r\n«tir nn»-*-»»-»-ii i»-ii Sail VjOniel enCe LycIlblC at J-illUlC ntt«4 vm**4-U*imr.4'A*4*i lirinrmvt e- 4 M ; 1IC wao vuii^tnitw auirub uiiv. _ „„„..:„„„ *.„«!* »i«.t oiv r\f tViac* meeting Tuesday evening, rais- William Barren. Ramsay, Kauko ing the number to seven. There : Lehtinen. Mrs. Edla Wetelainen, are six delegates from Hurley (Wakefield, medical, at the present time. ' Discharged Tuesday: Mrs Councilmen were told that If William Kickbusch and daugh- reapportionment is conduct e d i ter. Ironwood; Carl W a 11 e n, strictly on the basis of popula-i Ewen, Mrs. Katherine Rang a s, tion by the 1960 census the city | Wakefield The Hurlev Public Library will: willI gain another member on ?' ^P^' ™!2£, *»be closed all day Thursday, ac- that board. ]P aid tribute to the work of his; cordi to Mrs Mi i da La p ave ! predecessor, the Rt. Rev. Her-1 nb rar j an- Councilman Italo Bensoni said! he f e t everything pos s i b 1 e | the session wore on. s? Ironwood Leads M-W Net Meet WAKEFIELD Ironwood of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.2 p au j Lutheran Church at 343.1 with industrials up 2.0. rails up .3 and utilities up .6. fjciating Reynolds Metals, up about a Riverside Cemetery, point, along with Aluminium Ltd.. ahead nearly a point, were the best gainers on their group. w i t h anci other Iron County communi- sa » Conference Centre at Little and northwestern Wiscon s i n 1 L IJ .. — .- .... T nim f.-» "rpv»o tTnfmati T> ann Alcoa and Kaiser Aluminum gained fractions. Averages were supported also by Du Pont which moved up a point and a half or so. he Rev Over" Hallbe rg• o < «es. FraniBen^l Is chaiSn ^ke to "The Herman R. and ^^ IdaHnf: Sterment will el at of the committee in charge of Gwendolyn Page Conference. Tne m i the project and he has prepared Centei The Ketola Funeral Home will a schedule of the time the main speakers will be: Mrs. Janice Kie, secretary of addition to sugestions for | tne Wisconsin Free Li- at 4 nm will j communities. present practice of having dog Meet at the end of this morn- owners tie up their pet for 10 ing's play here, but defending days if the animal bites some-1 champion Ashland appeared to one. (have the best chance of win- Patritto said if the dog is ra-! ning the 1965 championship. be ^n to the church at 10 a^ There is no charge for this j Bishop.Selwaj '™«**™™ Friday where they may be service and post officials hope, "on to approve tne^rormaiion viewed until time of services. " drt0r offth ° f the dog has bitten could possi- rounds of competition, Ironwood services each day. Six of these hours are direct patient services and three arid one half hours are "behind the scenes" services. "It takes more than one full time employe to take care of one and City Manager Douglas Wei-1 ford of Eau Claire. die, and added that he; was out in front_ with 18 points. [patient for one day. When we thought something -should be while Wakefiela was seco n d A" numb a er ia of 01 iarge biocksi Mrs. Edward Leinonen were traded. The biggest was Mrs. Edward Leinonen, 78, 174,000 shares of Standard Oil of Indiana, off % at 42. The stock erased the loss in later trading. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 3.40 at 934.32. Prices were generally higher in active trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. government bonds showed scant change. Trading was light. Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS NEW YORK (AP)— Following is a selected list of stock transactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Trout Creek, died this morning at her home. The former Reeta Leinon e n was born April 1, 1887 in Puolanka. Finland. She came to the United States Feb. 15, 1907, set- '• tling in the Copper Country. She was married to Edward Leinonen Feb. 23, 1909 at Hancock _____ r ^ )f Christian Social Relat i o n s. officers 01 the association All youngsters attending "w i t h' He also recommended the are . Mrs Stanley MacFarlane, their bicycles will be given free creation of^Diocesan^ Cpmiras-, stan iey, Wis.; Clifford E. Lange, candy bars. -"«• •** •» «» '""*' A5Wi »«' he' Ashland however still had 1 ' recognize that the hospital is a perpetual service, but realize that its people work only 40 hours a week and must have va- sions to deal with Mutual Re-: Eau C l'aire;"and Mrs. LaFave', Putting the tape on bicycles is! sponsibility an d Interpen- H urley. a nationwide project of the' ence in "l 6 * 0 * 1 ! of Ch " st .? s , VFW, with the cooperation of encouraged by the world-wide the Minnesota Mining and Man- ^"^"..^munion^^E^angel- ufacturing Co. and the National Council The: main nur 'Relations. All were approved by of tne ta , t provide' tne convention. «_„» t! ,,JT r_.. -j-Jl ^ * * * some protection for night time bicycle riding. A budget for 1966 of $69,526; They moved to Trout Creek in "'children" are asked to be at was ad °Pted f o r work both in- 1913. She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church the Finnish church. Surviving, Circle of and the side ancl without the diocese. All Saints' Mission, Newberry of For May Term L» ITCUIl {+ OUT I besides her hus- Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Briggs Mf Calum H Ches & Ohio Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Can Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Rod Ford Mot Gen Frts Gen Motors Gerber Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Stl Inter Chem Int bus Mch Int 'Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Brand STd Oil Ind Std Oil N J Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Up. D—Down. 54 U 47% U 12% U 68% U 45 U 37 5? 24% 79V8 U 60 54% D % 37 76% U Va 247 U 1 1/2 e b " w v»x, *.w«*xs TT **»£ U^*««V.V«14AV, . | _- . -I w* ^/JAVUIU X/WU1.L 111 Wg C U i \* Friday, May 14—9 a.m., St. i was admitted to full par i s n County will open Mont i ayi Mav Mary Parochial School a n d i s , tatus '. relinquishing dlocesan, 17 with the call Qf the ca , en "_ South Side School at Hurl e y ;' financial aid. Holy Innocents dar at 10 a m 2 p.m., Roosevelt School at !Cna P el at tne Conference Centre Tne pane] of jurors drawn for Montreal and Iron Belt School,' whlcn serves K. I sawyer A i r. serv i ce d ur i ng the term will re- 4 p.m., old athletic field at Hur-l F 9 rce Base Personnel, was ad- band, are one son, Arthur of Wayne, four daughters, Mrs. Edward Johnson of Kenton, Mrs Arnold Maki of Black River!;' - " M - Emitted as an organized Falls, Wis.,-Mrs. Vern Ander- Saturday Mavis flam Un ! slon of the diocese, son of Milwaukee and _ M r s.| Saturday-May 15-9 a.m. Up- For ^ flrgt time> Ha r o of ro u t Hurie "a"' ' liam, died in 1961. The Brown Funeral P- m - Saxon School and Oma; the Bsn °P mis- a woman, Mrs. James D. Spain, of Houghton, was c ° unci1 ' ome, 'Town Hall. port Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise informed. Jurors include the following: Ironwood—Myron Machest e r, Eleanor Manki, Lawrence T. i Eddy, Frances C. Bednar, Jo- F. Soltis, Saimi V o y c e, , . , , president of the Women of the , John Carli> Anne Rezatt0i Hai , Vs 165V2 D 6dVi D V4 83>/a D Vs 106% D Va 49 1 /.. 38% 65% 56% U >/a 45Va 43% D >/i 38% D Vs. 480 91'/2 U 'M 57% U V 2 60% 52 7 a 59% D V2 i complete Vi ' — Vis Bruce Crossing, will ripen for, visitation at 6 p.m. Thursday and funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Trout | Creek Trinity Lutheran. Church) Dioceses is automatically a ; McCrossen, Bert M. Harma with the Rev. John Linna of Hurley Music Ratings Given , . member. Also elected to Bishop | Herman J. Danoski, Ellen Eric- and Council were the Very Rev. son , Raymond Boyer, Alma Jac- Cecil C. F. Wagstaff, Menomi- quar t, seeri Wheeler, Myrtle Jo- „ B e matter was up to the John Kallman, the defend ing! cations like other people, we find city health department and t h e singles champion, and Ed Uti- \ that our hospital needs almost council advised that office to i ties and Keith Hershberger, the! two full time employes for ev- 1 o o k into the matter. Santini ! defending doubles champions, in ery patient. This compares with a national average of more than then told Police Chief Albert! the competition. Stella that the police department! Ironwood still had two doubles two employes a patient. Large should not in effect "ease up" i teams and one singles competi- j hospitals with specialized serv- on enforcing the dog ordinance tor left in the meet and Wake- 1 ices require more than two and after a couple of weeks' work, field had two singles entries and but should continue to see that I one doubles team, the ordinance is enforced The semifinals and finals are throughout the time required. > being played this afternoon. Stella told the mayor and the | council that the police department has been doing everything In its power to enforce the dog ordinance. Council memb e r s! agreed that the problem is not as bad now as it was a few weeks ago, and that the number of dogs running at large has been reduced considerably, but Paratroopers Continued from Page One the attack on Song Be signaled the start of a major Viet Cong offensive during the monsoon | rainy season, which severely hampers air operations. advised the police chief to take Eight U.S. Navy planes made increasingly stronger measures j «Ws on North Viet Nam Tues- and"procedures" 22*758; X-ray"eV- *._ *_i * ii i* •_ i * rioif MI orriT Q n/"l T*onrkVr/art 1 wrlirf ~ . .. one half employes per patient. "Patient care and other services at the Grand View Hospital in 1964 are listed as follows: "Direct patient care services: Births, 192; outpatients (patients (patients not admitted), 3,682; admissions, 2,379; total days of care to patients, 21.374; average number of adult each day, 56.9: of nursery babies day. 2.5: operations and surgical procedures, 756; emergency operations, 66; laboratory tests ----,_, , - X^UMAU, *~l\~.\jL I ?fi*V_-V*l^i, AVI V i (ilC U \J f*t . 1 • _1 nee, and the Rev. James Ward-j De , otto A. Behrendt and Gene- s * rand explained low, Sault Ste. Marie, and the'vieve Kapets. Rev. Robert J. Yonkman, Ne-j Bessemer—Joseph Biele c k i , to see that the ordinance is kept' da y night and reportedly did^. a minations, 4,406; electrocardio- in force. |some damage to bridges and; grapns 699; pnysical therapy The fire fighting agreeme n 11 riv .er vessels. treatments, 3,907. with Oma Township at a cost; In Saigon, Deputy U.S. Am-, ,. nth - P1 . VU . P< . necessarv to of $400 a year has been a p-"assador U. Alexis Johnson had Dat Sf'^ Scfud? M e a S proved, Councilman J a hi e s \ a narrow escape when a load of P atient caie include. Meais f , . 11n , it appears that Kimball Township would approve the agree- j i-^S, ^uniorSupVn-,'= y^u^v^arS? of laundry, 192,900; av- adjoining his residence. Johnson was standing in his, Trout Creek and the Rev. Ru-j Ratings won by Hurley High i ga U ' ne rc7iVford Lewis.' '^rC\^ jt!.^^^^^^^: ment. He then suggested "and \ yard about 45 feet from the cen-1 dolph Kemppainen of Wakefield School entries in the District ** A Ralph McBain gault Ste. i Rose Michel?I and^Emilv ^ fhi' tne council approved that a 11 ter of the blast, which virtually; ^^^.Burial will be in the Music: Festival at Ashland last Marie , were also chosen. i Wakefield - Marcella Sko.i™ nie ! "celved from the town- ^™°>W.edi the^ envoy', garage- of , 530; floor area two thirds of an Saturday have been announced; New ' clerical members of the ! by school officials. j standing committee are the Rev. Trout Creek Cemetery. Wincent Worzatka za^^M^nLcrS^II^^^ 011 ™ d in Class ! ^ a ^a" Pnii* 'P.^"** The high school choir, directed, W uiiam W. Wiedrich, Houghton, -Mrs Lucille Dahl. received | and the Rev . Ben. F. 8:45 p.m. Tuesday at.Gogebic! Hospital, where he had been a | patient since April 19. competition. band^Seived | gaunee, was chosen a lay mem- Joseph Neudert, Menomi n ee, He was born Jan 21 1880 in ond divislon ratings on both its !was re-elected treasurer of the Poland" and^me^o & UniteS i ^irSeT^ff'ff' C ° nV ^ [ ? ", '"S • ?^ £* . James Gustafson di-i council. John Chnstensen, Me- band - ' nominee, and Lincoln B. Graz- groups will be heard at ; ier, Marquette, were reelected tats m 1911 He ive in cago until 1918 and spent one year at Trout Creek before ?o-! - tv , , , ing to Marenisco, where he re-|L ne annual Sprin B Concert to: as members of the trust associa- entering an Iron- be P resen tea at 7:30 Thurs d a y j tion. wood rest home in 1960. I evening in the J. E. Murphy * * * He was single and there are • Gymnasium. i Appointed by the bishop were no known relatives. _ the following department chair- The remains are at the Lakeside Memorial Chapel. Funeral arrangements are in- 82% D 39% U 44V* U yj¥t D 58 U 73% U 45V6 U 57V 8 D 43Va D 73% D 79% D 421/s D 78Va 13616 D 51% 46% U Va 3 /6 Va V* CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) (USDA)— Hogs 5,000; butchers fully 50 to 75 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib 21.50- Try outs Slated For Babe Ruth Dressen to Join Tigers WASHINGTON (AP)—Detroit men: Finance, August Brazeau. Escanaba; Town and Country, the Rev. Mr. Helmer; Christian each dai- tons of I of coal, 488; average tons jcoal a day, 1.3: approximate ! number of telephone calls, 257,- vich, Benedict M. Novak o s k i,! sni P s for fire Anting and not Bertha Rfhpr anrl Tamps fnHa i Used for that purpose, Should Bertha Beber and James Cuda-j^ put jntQ g ^ ng ' und for Police> searching the Alfa Stu- 1 „„„. ^ of tele . Ironwood Township - James th ^ f { ire department ^^for "wS ^ZpfTmS i P hone calls a dav - 705 = tele ' Bale, William Lintonen and Rose After considerable discuss ion g^'fj..*" ™°^ s - ^^ phone in service daily, 24; type- M. Longhini. the council approved extending Jjve unexploded moitar shells, wrlters in service daily 13; gal . 'the deadline from May 24 to flve high-explosive grenades Bessemer Township — Floya Ossana and Tynne Laine. Wakefield Township— Anto n e Vittone. Erwin Township—Evelyn Kivi. Marenisco Township — Leona McKenzie. Watersmeet Township — Edward A. Koleski. June 7 for liquor license appli- and a quantity of small-arms cations because two members of ammunition. About 40 employes the council, John Prospero and; of tne firm were taken to the Edward Erspamer will be at the I P° lice station for questioning. Army Reserve Camp. ; Police officials felt the explosion Ions of water used, 385,000; average gallons of water a day, 1,060. V Education, the Ven. Carlson Gerdau, Munising; Field and Promotion, Dean Wag staff; and ; Tiger Manager Charlie Dressen i Christian Social Relations, the iwill rejoin the team Thursday, Rev. Joseph Kopera, Newberry. | and accompany the team on the! Examining chapl a i n s nam e d 'rest of the current road trip! are the Rev. John Homer, Cry- The Ironwood Babe Ruth wnich en ds Sunday in Boston, i stal Falls, (Chairman), Archdea- League will hold tryouts on club officials said Tuesday j con Gerdau, Rev. Mr. Wiedrich, Thursday evening at 6 at the Dre ssen would not return to the the Rev. Canon J. William Rob- Monarch Field dugout until the Tigers return ! ertson, Iron Mountain. Heading League officials express nome. The exact date will de- a new advisory committee on hopes that all Ironwood boys be- P end on now ne feels - they said., Church Architecture and the Al- tween the ages of 13 and 15, but vice President and general i lied Arts is Norman Arntzen, Es- not born before Aug. 31, 1950, will manager Jim Campbell said.canataa. The Rev. II. Vaughan Bob Swift would continue to run Norton, St. Ignace, heads the I the team until Dressen is ready; Church Pension Fund commit- i to put on a uniform. tee. Lloyd Symmonds, Iron Riv- i Swift has been in charge since er, will again serve as diocesan Dressen suffered a mild heart chancellor, and the Rev. Harold attend the tryouts. Briefly Told 22.00; mixed 1-3 190-230 Ibsiin the corps. 21.00-21.75; 230-240 Ibs 20.50 21.25; 2-3 250-280 Ibs 20.00-20.50; A Marine Corps recruiter will attack in spring training. be at the Ironwood Post Office Thursday and Friday to interview men interested in enlisting | 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 17.75-18.50: 400-500 Ibs 16.75-17.75; 2-3 500600 Ibs 16.00-17.00; boars 13.5014.50; a few 15.00. Cattle' 9,000; calves none: slaughter steers steady to weak: three loads prime 1,2501,375 Ib 29.25; high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 Ibs 28.00-29.00; Choice 1,000-1,350 Ibs 26.00-28.00. several loads mostly choice 9001,000 Ibs 25.25-25.75; seven loads high choice 930-1,100 Ibs slaughter heifers 26.75; choice 800-1,100 Ibs 25.25-26.25; mixed good and choice 24.25-25.00. CHICAGO PRUPUCE CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady: wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A A 82 A 58^; 90 B 5634; 89 C 66V4; ears 57Vi. 90 B 57Vfc; 89 C Eggs steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 70 per cent or better Grade A whites 99; mixed 28V->; mediums 26; atandards 26Va; dirties unquoted; checks 23. :;iW8* OA1LV AD* A joint Memorial Day committee meeting will be held to- W a g m e r, Moran, as historiographer. Diocesan Commissions are under the direction of: Armed „ . Forces, the Rev. Gilbert Laid- Contmued from Pare One | low> calumet; Evangelism, the Deno tilities in the Dominican Republic and give Secretary-General night at 7:30 at the American ; U Thant a watchdog role. Am- Legion clubrooms. ibassador Adlai E. Stevenson ;— ! said such action would compll- The Luther L. Wright class of, cate OAS efforts to restore 1945 reunion committee is unable to locate the following classmates: Donald Jacobson, Hazel Christiansen, Nancy H o u k , Charles Tobin, Roalene Peterson, and Eugene Rose. Anyone knowing the addresses of a n y of these persons are asked to call Lou Hendrickson, 932-4205. Rev. Mr. Yonkman; Ecumenical Relations, the Rev. Mr. Wardlow; Liturgies, the Rev. Robert Kilbourn, Ironwood; Mut u a 1 Responsibility, the Rev. Reno W. Keuhnel, Ishpeming. There will be a Bess e m e r Soft Pitch meeting this evening at Cossi's Bar at 7. Commissioner Ray Panasso has asked that either the team manager or the representative be present. The Gocebic Community College Advisory Board will meet this evening at 7:30 in the board room at the high school. The meeting of the Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars which was scheduled to be held Thursday evening has been postponed until May 20, because cf the ROTC inspection. peace so that the Dominicans! A highlight of the women's ses- could choose their own government. In San Juan, P.R., an anti- Communist Dominican editor said he could "add 150 names to the listxif Communists in the Dominican Republic issued by Washington." "Communists controlled the so-called constitutional movement from the first instant," sions was the presentation to Bishop Selway of a check f o r use in the erection of a parish hall at St. Matthias' Church, Fairview. This represented the amount raised the the women as an annual special project. Mrs. James Fyvie, Manistique, president of the Women of t h e Diocese, announced the dates of the annual Women's Sum m e r Church Events Zion Lutheran. Mary Cir c 1 e will meet tonight at 7:30 at the home of Miss Olga Kangas, 380 Houk St. Salem Lutheran. Martha Guild will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall. St. Paul Lutheran. The Sunday School teachers and staff will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the church for an important planning session. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Junior Choir will rehearse at 4:15 Wednesday afternoon and the Sunday School teacher train i n g session will be held at 7:30. Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held at 7 Thursday night and the servi c e meeting will be held at 8. Salvation Army. The Ladi e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. Grace Lutheran. The chur c h council will have a meet i n g Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Watersmeet —Baptist. M i d week prayer meeting will be held at 7 Thursday night. Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday. Ontonagon — Methodist. T h e choir will rehearse at 7:30 Thursday night. said Antonio Bonilla Aybar Jr. 'Conference as June 14-16. Final 33, nephew of the Dominican: plans for the meeting, to be ambassador to the States. In Peking, Mao United!held at little Lake, will be announced soon. Tze-tung Births called on the world to unite for a "tit-for-tat" struggle against the United States. The chief ofj Manninen. Mr. and Mrs. said in a statement broadcast George Manninen, Houghton, a the Chinese Communist party I son, Christopher, Tuesday, May over Peking radio that "U.S. military intervention in the Dominican Republic has aroused a new wave against U.S. imperialism among the people of Latin i America and the world." 11. Mrs. Manninen, the form e r Barbara Corona, is the daughter o; Mr. and Mrs John Corona, Bessemer, and Mr. Mannl- nen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. {Fred Manninen, Anvil. Ontonagon Assembly of God. Bible study and pra y e r service will be held at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. Car Owned by Hurley Man Catches on Fire August Kieber, proprietor Councilmen said they wanted i was an accident, it emphasized that the extension '< In Washington, a U.S. Air was not given for those few who > Force squadron commander "show up at the last minute" ; J ust back from Viet Nam told a wanting a liquor license,' as has i news conference that as a result been the case in previous years, i of steady pounding by U.S. but because the two councilmen fighter-bombers, Communist ^ ou will not be present to approve North Viet Nam is "running out B°H-o'mctei-:°"6 Lm. or reject the applications. ' nf h " iH ™-" THE WEATHER 'of bridges. TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Wednesday. May f.'. IIHi.'i. Foi' 24 hr. period ending ;it 12 noon. 2 p.m SO'IO p.m 53i fi a.m. SO 4 p.m 52'Midnight 51' 8 a.in S3 B p.m 60i 2 n.m 50110 a.m. 57 8 p.m. 60 4 a.m. 50^12 noon 60 0; 12 noon 29.91. A claim filed by J. S. Chap-! Lt - Co1 - Robinson Risner of THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE man for alleged damages to a Tulsa, Okla., said "We know we By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tire on his automobile was de- haven't stopped" infiltration of High Low Pr. cided, after considerable discus- j men and materiel from the Albany, clear 72 46 sion. to turn the matter over to nort h. "but we have slowed i Albuquerque, cloudy 69 51 the city's insurance company. Chapman reported to city officials that a tire on his car was slashed by a strip of metal that allegedly protruded from the curbing as he was parking near the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Silver Street. A membei of the city crew, who was present at the meeting, told the mayor and the council that the curbing was damaged them down." Club Activities The Sunset Extension Stu d y Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ironwood Town- Buffalo, clear Chicago, clear Cincinnati, cloudy ship Community Building. Elec- Cleveland, cloudy . tion of officers will be held, a' Denver, cloudy council report will be given by j Des Moines. clear Mrs. Carl Maki, and final plans Detroit, clear for the Michigan Week display Fairbanks, cloudy Atlanta, cloudy 85 60 Bismarck, clear ... 77 42 Boise, clear 76 51 Boston, clear 84 M 62 M 58 52 74 52 63 47 73 53 70 42 69 48 45 31 78 65 74 40 86 72 .01 during the winter by a snow wil1 be made - Hostesses are Fort Worth, cloudy plow. Whether or not the city is i Mrs - Rud olph Maki and Mrs., Helena, clear liable in such an instance, 0 ri Rudol P'" 1 Landretti. •whether it could be charge dj Indianhea'd Chapter, Sweet Ad- with negligence was not decided elines, Inc , will reh ease at this time, and City Attorney Thursday nig*it at 7 in the acti- Honolulu, clear Indianapolis, cloudy 72 57 .09 Jacksonville, clear Juneau, cloudy 89 71 52 34 77 51 Los Angeles, cloudy 72 58 i Louisville, cloudy Alex Raineri suggested that the vity room of Luther L. Wright KansaK City.-clear matter be turned over to the in- High School. T "" " —'"" "'""' surance company. l The Range Rock and Three lots owned by the cityiciub will meet Thursday night! on Silver Street between First; at 7:30 at the Carnegie Library, i „,„„„„,,„ and Second Avenue were deeded j Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Oman are i ^' lwa " k l e ' back to the county. The county iin charge of the lunch. The ore- i M f, ls 'o i ' , „ had previously deeded the land; gram will be a surprise feature £J ew Orleans - cloud y to the city with the stipulation j with the "Lady Rock Hounds" ^) V ™ ' ^ that if any business or industry I in charge. The public is invited. °* la : City ,' cloudy wished to locate at that site, the I Hurley Chapter Order of |° mana ' clear will meet Wednes-! , land would be returned to the county. Sy/von/o Plan Is Supported i ... day night at 8 at the Hurley \ Pittsburgh, cloudy Masonic Temple. 'p tlndi MCii cloudy The A. L. N o r r i e Parent- Ptlnd Ore., clear Teacher Association wi 11!Rapid City, clear have its final meeting of this Richmond, cloudy school year tonight at 7:30. St. Louis, clear The executive board will meet Salt Lk. City, clear Support for ..the acquisit i o n , j at 7. Officers will be installed! San Diego, cloudy i development and maintenance and eighth grade students will' San Fran., clear of the Sylvania Tract by the present their declamat i o n s. j Seattle, cloudy iU. S. Forest Service was pre- Hostesses are the mothers of-i Tampa, cloudy Chum's Service Station on sented in a resolution recently first and second graders with! Washington, cloudy 88 61 West Aurora Street, reported to'adopted by the Upper Peninsula room mothers, Mrs. Arthur An- Winnipeg, cloudy 76 33 75 57 81 63 79 75 66 48 74 47 86 63 88 56 75 58 67 47 83 51 91 69 70 44 52 41 78 47 73 45 89 63 73 52 70 40 65 58 75 49 74 50 91 72 .33 the Ironwood city police that a car he was driving which belonged to James Lewallen, Hurley, caught fire approximat el y District of the Michigan State derson, Mrs Edward Blomquist Association of Supervisors. County boards of supervisors men. and Mrs Anton Stano, as chair- (M—Missing) RANGE SKIES ., from all counties in the U. P. j The Neighbors Home Exten- Sunset today 8:24 Sunrise to- three miles west of Ohman'siare represented in this associ-;Sion Study Group will meet morrow 5:29 Moonset tomorrow Agate Shop Tuesday. Neither ation. Frank Basso of Waters-i Thursday night at 7:30 at the 14:54. Full Moon Mav 15 Promi. the cause of the fire nor the ex- meet presented the Sylvania res-; home of Mrs Robert Bald u c. inent Stars — spica near the tent of damage to the vehic 1 e j olution and moved its adoption. 1 Van Buskirk Road. Members i Moon. Procyon low in west was reported, but officers said. The spring meeting of the as-1 are asked to bring material 110:54 p.m. Visible Planers -the car caught fire twice more: sociation was held in Iron Moun- about automobiles and any mod-'Mars, low in west 1-58 am while being towed into town, jtain. The next meeting will be,el cars they may have. jSaturn, rises 3'43 am'

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