Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAIIY GIOK, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 13,19«S. Board Accepts P. J. Nickel Bid On School Work WAKEFIELD—At the meeting jf the Wakefield Board of Education Monday night, with all members present, the secretary reported that two bids had been received on the repair of the parapet. The bids received were as follows: P. J. Nickel and Company, Bid 1, $5,350; Bid 2, $4,750. A bid bond in the sum of 5 per cent of the bid price was included. Oust Oiancola, Inc., Bid 1, $6,600; Bid 2, $5,799. A check in the amount of $589.95 was enclosed. The members voted that the bid of P. J. Nickel covering the repair of the parapet wall on the north side of the senior high school at a price of $5,350 and repair of the parapet wall on the west wing of the senior high at a price of $4,750 in accordance with the drawing and specifications covering the work, being the lowest bid, be accepted and the firm engaged to complete this work. Visitors at the meeting were Mrs. Esther Swanson, P. J. Nic- WAKEFIELD THEATRE Shewing Tonight and Friday Showing Twice Evenings at 6:45 and 1:00 John Wayne-Steward Granger Ernie Kovacs "NORTH TO ALASKA" Alto selected short features kel, Milton Johnson, Angelo L. Luppino, the faculty salary committee and several staff members. Member Wilbert Juntilla asked that the minutes of tht April 12 meeting be revised to read "Moved by Mr. Juntilla, supported by Mr. Valesano, that the superintendent arrange to have specifications drawn up covering the improvement of classroom lighting in preparation for the calling of bids." The minutes were approved as corrected. The board moved into the library to meet with the salary committee representing the teaching staff and a number of members of the staff, to discuss salary schedule and contracts. In the discussion it was pointed out that the revenues of t h e school district for the com! n g school year are at present undetermined because the St a te Aid Bill has not yet been passed by the legislature and the State Equalized Valuation for the district had not been officially set. The teachers asked that the board consider extending the time for the return of the contracts to June 1. This was agreed to by the board. It was also agreed that negotiations on improving the salary schedule would continue until it can be determined just what revenues will be available to the school district through State Aid and also from the SEV figure for property taxes. The superintendent pointed out that even though contracts ire written out on the basis of the current salary schedue, any changes arrived at can be covered by a supplement to t h e contract. This would be the procedure in future years covered by the Tenure contracts. Following the ab o v e agreements the meeting with the teachers was adjourned and the board returned to the board room to continue the meeting. COLUMBIA PtCTUfteS k JEMMY I FRIDAY! • I VIS. 7:00*9:00 • MATINEE SAT. 2:00 RONWOO THtAJRL ENDS TONIGHT! ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "PSYCHO" Don't Miss It! 2 Big Hits in Color! Cory Grant • Audrey Hepburn CHARADE" James Darren •Pamela Tiffin LIVELY SET" PLUS CARTOONS ^MISSION $100 S** 12 DWYHN THEATRE PHONI 932*1110 Applications were received as follows: Mrs. Rlnne Nleml, hot lunch and other available work; Mrs. Domicella Flnco, election board; Mrs. Mary Yatc h a k, election; Richard Vales a no summer work; Peter Petranek. instructor in swimming. The following communications were read: Wakefield Little League, request to use field; ME A Salary Committee; Civil Defense director, regarding Shelter Manager Training course; North Central Association, regarding accreditation; junior class, appreciation; several letters from Mrs. Dianich's room, appreciation. The applications and correspondence were received and placed on file for proper action. The members voted that the April financial reports of the school district and the activities account be accepted and the treasurer's report includ e d in the minutes of the meeting. The members voted thai the election Inspectors serving for the May 10 election be appointed to serve for the annual election June 14. Any vacancies will be filled by the superintend e n t from the additional appllca n t s listed. The superintendent repo r t e d that George Schutt of the Michigan Department of Public Instruction was scheduled to meet with the Oogeblc and Ontonagon boards of education and administrators of both counties, to discuss the coming vote on consolidation of the two intermediate school districts. This meet- Ing is scheduled for Tuesd a y, May 25, at Webber's Reso r t, Lake Gogebic. The board voted that board members and admlnistrat o r s be authorized to attend this meeting with expense paid; that the annual recognition of school patrol boys be authorized this year, and that approval be given to the transportation of Brownies to the rally held at Hurley on May 8. The board also decided that the firm of Ernst and Ernst of Ironwood be engaged to conduct the annual audit of the school district financial records and the records of the activities accounts. A recommendation from Principal H. B. Sutter and endorsed by Supt. Carl Kleimola was presented recommending that a diploma be awarded to Gerald Warren if he meets the requirements for graduation by June 1. The board also voted that the superintendent seek quotati o n s on paper and supplies and place orders with the firm quoting the lowest prices consistent with with the desired quality. The members voted that the superintendent obtain bids on the maintenance of typewriters for the school year 1965-68. In a report on personnel, Kleimola said as of this .date there are staff vacancies in art, elementary music, library, and junior high English. Mr. Rud and Mrs. Van Slyke have returned their unsigned contracts for the year 1965-M. The superintendent reported on the projected summer program in driver education, instrumental music, and the pre-kindergarten "Project Read Start," and projects which have been submitted under the Econo m i c Opportunity Act. The superintendent repo r t e d that the North Central Association had again accredited the Wakefield Township High School, but also "advised" on the basis of the ratio between guidance counselors and students. The North Central Association is striving to reduce the ratio of students to counselors amo n g member schools. In preparation for the special election on May 10, the county clery arranged a school of instruction for electors. The board voted that the electors who attended be reimbrused at the rate of $1.25 per hour. The superintendent reported on progress in getting technical assistance in planning the improvement of lighting; suggestions made in regard to outside lighting; progress in developing the football field; application made for material under the NDEA Supplemental Grant. Considerable time was spent in discussing the hot lunch program. The board voted that a ballot be prepared for an advisory vote by tax-paying electors at the June election. Hearing Slated On US-2 Project WAKEFIELD—A public hearing on proposed road Improvements at Wakefield will be conducted by the Michigan State Highw a y Depart m e n t at 8 Thursday evening, May 27, in the music auditorium of Wakefield High School. Purpose of the meeting Is to explain to interested citizens the proposed one-way street system of Putnam and Harrison streets and the extension of M-28 from Putnam to Harrison, according to John Knecht, public hearings officer of the department. The proposed one-way street system would be designated as US-2 and would provide needed extra highway capacity, Knecht said. Under the department's proposal, Putnam St. would be used only for westbound US-2 traffic and Harrison St., which would be extended on both ends to join the present highway, would be used for eastbound US-2 traffic. Knecht said the hearing is called to hear testimony from interested citizens regarding the economic Impact of the project on the community. Nearly half a million tons of coal are dug daily by miners in Germany's Ruhr. THANK YOU I wish to commend the voters of Gogebic County for their strong support of a County Community College District and its financing. Then, I thank you for the support which elected me as Trustee on the College Board. It is my sincere conviction that the college will prove an asset to our area and an increasingly vital educational opportunity for those going on for further education. - CARL E. KLEIMOLA » (paid political advertisement) VAN HEUSEN CONriDBMCB Mtuei* Of . BRAND. NAMES VlATKMCTtONV A QUALITY Jti ame YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE What's in a name? You can be sure there is value for your money if it's a nationally advertised Brand Name like Van Heusen. It tells.you the product has been made with care and integrity—that the manufacturer is proud to put his name on it, that he will atand behind it. We are happy to bring you this top quality Van Heusen merchandise. Use our convenient toy-away plan ALBERT'S CLOTHING t SHOES S. Suffolk St. Irenweod Ph. 932-3120 Gift House Stamps with Every Cash Purchase ALFRED WRIGHT C. E. RICHARDS L. Bordeaux Graduates From University WAKEFIELD — Lewis Bordeaux spent several days visiting his mother, Mrs. Florence Bordeaux, and his aunt, Mrs. John Haglund, last week. On his return to Ann Arbor, he was accompanied by his mother and aunt, who attended his graduation exercises from the University of Michigan where he received a degree in business education. Mrs. Bordeaux returned to Wakefield, and Mrs. Haglund visited her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beber, in Lansing for several days, returning here with Lewis. who spent several days visiting here, then returning to Detroit for an indefinite period. 'Citizen of Year' To Be Revealed Saturday Night BESSEMER — The identity of the "Citizen of the Year" will be revealed at a banquet sponsored by the Oedda-Cyc h o s z Post, American Legion, Saturday, May 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion clubrooms. Candidates for the honor are Bernard Michelll, Mrs. Felix Slomkowski and Frank Ouzzo. Alfred Wright, mayor of the City of Ironwood, who has a background .of varied community service, will be guest speaker. His topic will be "Our Leadership Responsibility.'' C. E. Richards, Watersmeet, formerly of 'Bessemer, will be the toastmaster, and William O. Makj, Legion commander, will be the host. The banquet is open to the public. All persons interested in joining the Legion in pay- Ing tribute to those who have given service for the community welfare, beyond the call of duty, are cordially invited. Tickets are on sale at the American Legion clubrooms. No reservations will be taken over the phone; provision will be made for only those who have paid for tickets upon purchase. The three candidates for "Citizen of the Year" were selected from a roster of seven nominated by the various organizat ions. The three were selected by vote of the delegations representing the nominating organizations. From among these three, the Legion committee has chosen one, whose identity will not be revealed until the close of the banquet program. All nominees will be guests of honor of the Legion, at the banquet event. Recognition will be given to all "Citizen of the Year" nominees. A variety of musical selections will round out the program. The auxiliary of the C o u nty Seat Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold a bake sale Friday beginning at 1 p.m. at he Hi-Way Super Value Store. The Vacation Bible School teachers of the Trinity Lut h er- an Church will meet this evening at 7 in the church to prepare for the opening of the vacat i o n school. The Stewardship committee will meet at 8 p.m. today. Women's Baseball Club Will Practice Tonight WAKEFIELD — The Women's Baseball League will have a practice session tgnight at 7 at the high school field. At a meeting held Tuesday night it was decided that practice will be held every Thursday night from now on. Anyone interested in joining the league is asked to attend. Wakefield Briefs Members of the Wakefield volunteer fire department were called out at 9 p.m. Tuesday to extinguish a chimney fire at the home of Vern Halverson, H a n- cock Street. No damage resulted f r o m the blaze, firemen reported. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 in the VFW Post Home, Installation of officers will take place at the meeting and all members are urged to attend. The Mary Circle of the First Lutheran Church will meet tonight at 7 in the church. The Junior Confirmation Class of the I m m a n u e 1 Luther a n Church will meet Friday at 2:45 p.m. The Fourth of July activities committee will meet Fri d a y night at 7 at the American Legion clubrooms. Representatives from all civic organizations are invited. Buttons and Bows Club Will Meet Saturday RAMSAY — Father Cappo's Buttons and Bows Square Dance Club will meet Saturday at 8 p.m. at the parish hall of Christ the King Catholic Church. Paul Cyr. Sr. will be the caller. Lunch will be potluck with Mr. and Mrs. Mario Ravenelli and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Veda serving on the kitchen committee. All dancers and spectators are welcome. 'Lite-a-Bike' Program Slated For Saturday BESSEMER —The "Lite-a Bike" program which was postponed last Saturday because of rain, will be. held Saturday, May 15, according to Waiko E. Spetz, commander of the 15th District Veterans of Foreign Wars. The program will be under the supervision of the county sheriff's department, the state police, Bessemer police, and members of the VFW. In Iron wood Township, the Alrp o r t Extension Club will assist by distributing literature. All bicycle owners are urged to take advantage of the opportunity to have their vehicles checked and marked with reflector tape on front and back fend- es. The schedule follows: Ironwood Township—Roosevelt School, 9-10 a.m., and Community Building, 10-11:30 a.m. Bessemer, VFW club rooms, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; and Veterans Memorial Building, 2:45-4 p.m. The 10 commandments for safe drivers: 1. Bicycles shall not carry more than one person. 2. Stop at all "stop" signs. 3. Ride only on the right side of street. 4. Do not hold on, nor hitch bicycle to any other vehic 1 e. 5. Do not ride at night without a light on the front and reflector or lamp on the rear. 6. Do not ride abreast of another bicycle rider. 7. Do not ride out of alleys and driveways, or from behind parked cars, without stopping and looking to see that sidewalks or streets are clear of traffic. 8. Obey traffic signals and the orders of traffic officers and school patrols. 9. Do not engage in any trick riding or weaving in on any street or public highway. 10. Become familiar with and obey all traffic rules and regulations; be watchful and alert at all times and safety minded. Japan, top fishing nation since 1948, has slipped to sec o n d place, after Peru, followed by China, the Soviet Union and the United States. Voters Approve 7 Mill School Operation Levy JACKSON (AP) — Voters in the Hanover-Horton School Dis trict in Jackson County Monday approved a seven mill school operation levy 225-130. The pro posal called for a renewal o: three mills and four additions mills for a three-year period. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT.ADS All Ladies Spring and Summer COATS reduced to- Petite sises regular and half sites . . . Styles in Wools. Rain Ic Shines, Laminated and capes fermerly sold from ItM to 35.00 25 regular , price Phone 224-IISl 402 Sunder Lake Wakefteld BesMmer Briefs Report on Band Uniform Fund Given to Board BESSEMER — Supt. Walt e r Newman informed members of the Bessemer Board of Education Monday evening that the A. D. Johnston High School Band Uniform Fund has reached $2,313.11 to date, due to the response to the fund drive initiated by Miss Vivian and Waif red Coleman, high school alumni. The total from this fund drive, to date, is $863.11; added to a fund of $1,450 raised by various high school pro j e c t s through the past several years, the total has topped the $2,000 mark. The Colemans said they hope to hear favorably from numerous alumni whom th e y have contacted who live on the range and outside of this area. Supt. Newman reported that contacts with uniform fi r m s have been made by the band director, Fred Tezak, who found that the Abelman Co., of Besse mer offered to provide uniforms of top quality at about $75 per uniform through a reputa b 1 e firm. A catalogue of colored pictured uniforms with fabric samples was passed around for Inspection by board memb e r s and discussion was held on uniform designs pictured. Newman Informed that a committee has been appointed to select and recommend uniform designs and fabrics. Included are Princip a 1 John Sartoris, Supt. Newm a n, Tezak, Coleman, Mrs. Wil 1 o w Tallio, and Miss Margaret Ann Boline. This committee will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the high school, with a representative of the uniform company, who will display models of completed uniforms. Members of the board who are able to do so, were asked to attend this meeting. After considerable discussion the board authorized the committee members to place an order for 65 uniforms if they found a satisfactory style and fabric. The financial report by Supt. Newman, approved by the board, showed revenue of $32,072.05 during April, large Items being current taxes of $410.61; delinquent taxes and Inte rest, $128.94; state aid, $22,660; hardship aid, $7,396.80; $1,453.70 from the National Defense Education administration app lied to purchase of the language lab oratory. Disbursments were $28,568.88, leaving a balance of $3,503.17 to add to the balance of $113, 209.53 on hand March 31, providing a balance of $116,716.98 on April 30. Cash requirements for June in the sum of $22,025.19 were allowed by the board leaving a probably cash balance of $94,691.79 on May 31. In other actions the board received estimates of cost for correcting the drainage conditi o n of the flat roof on the gymnasium on the south side. Supt Newman was directed to contact the board of public works and inform it that the board will make the necessary corrections to connect with the prop o s e d Iron Street storm sewer, as soon as the storm sewer instal- lation is in progress. It is un» derstood that the city will In* stall the connection to the school building. ' The board considered and de> nied the request of Joseph Jurasin and David Springhetti, drif* er training instructors, f o I compensation of $3.50 per houl instead of $3, during the eight weeks summer course. The board authorized the purchase of a new check writing ma« chine at a net of $144.60 tot the superintendent's office. Approved plans for renovating Massie field. Received a request f r o m the Babe Ruth League for use of Massie field and direc ted Newman to inform them that the field will not be usable until the end of June due to reseed- Ing. Receiving and placed on file an application from Reub e n Langdon for a maintenance job. DANCf The Arctic tern is famous for its annual round-trip migratory flight of 22,000 miles, longest of any' known creature. HAVE BIG FUN DANCE TONIGHT! Heed out to the Balkan tonight! Music by RUSS BELANGER Ic BALKAN STRINGS BALKAN INN WAKEFIELD MUSIC TONIGHT Kohn & DePinto The Musical Maniac* f nte rtalninf You Always ServiXg Fiiit Food LAKEVIEWINN Wakefield ENJOY THE BRIGHT Outdoors! LAWN CHAIR r round ti&ujar ahmrimiai * f whftr Outdoor cooking fun wher-, ever you go. Folding tubular steel legs. 5 position grid adjuster. Chrome plated grid. Reflected heat. 18" grill. Jet black porcelain. White finished ash catcher. Come in, see our complete line of Bar-B-Q accessories! Also our complete line of lawn furniture! GOVANONI HARDWARE Silver St.,, Hurley Ml. 561-4141 •r*

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