Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 13
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1965. 1RONWOOD DAIIY GIOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THIPTFPN Helicopter Made In U. P. Selected For State Award DETROIT (AP) — A unique three-place helicopter, built with the financial backing of some 6,200 residents of Northern Michigan's Menominee area, was named Monday as Michigan Week Product of the Year. The craft, known as the F-28, was shown at a Michigan Week dinner attended by Gov. George Romney, Mayor Jerome Cavanagh of Detroit and more than 500 leaders ' of the business, labor and civic community at Cobo Hall. "Some people may think that the Upper Peninsula was a strange place to develop a helicopter manufacturing firm, but don't forget that in an earlier day, many people regarded Detroit as a strange place in which to start the auto business," said Romney. Three of the helicopters have been built as experimental models and have logged more than 700 hours flying time without I incident. Jack Christensen. 33-year-old president of the Enstrom Co. which is building the helicopters, said 30 firm orders have been receivec and that the first two craft will be delivered next September. "We are delighted to get this award and it is a source of great satisfaction to all of us who have been working on this helicopter project since 1957." Christensen said. He said that as of Monday, some 6.217 residents, virtually all of them from the Upper Peninsula, had invested SI .3 million in the helicopter firm's stock. A further public stock offering is due later in the year, he said. Christensen and Erik Jones, his general manager, said their helicopter has many advantages over its four U.S. competing companies. He said these include ease of handling, a 115- miles-per-hour top speed— which he said was about 15 miles faster than any competitor in the small helicopter field —and ease of maintenance. New Zealand firms nave ordered seven of the craft, which sell for about $30 thousand. None has been used by U.S. military forces -as yet but they have shown some interest in the craft, Christensen said. The Enstrom helicoptei won its top honors in finals compel!-! tion with products from 14 other: counties. j Wallace Machesney of Detroit, chairman of the state product and agricultural awards committee, said the finalists included Ford's Mustang car: the Comfort Air Conditioner built by Heat Control, Inc. of Jackson and Dow Chemical Co.'s new MAPP gas, which replaces acetylene. The helicopter was the sixth annual winner of the Michigan Week award. Trout Creek Personals Mrs. Thomas Grooms was honored at a birthday party held at her home on May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Reino Hiekkala returned home after spending a few days in Waukegan, 111., with relatives. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt in Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Seppanen were recent Iron River callers. Mr. and Mrs. John Matts o n and children. Bessemer, Mrs. Cecila Madden and Ricky Nelson, Wakefeld, visited at the Ben Manning home recently. The First Presta y t e r i a n Church Ladies Aid held i t s monthly meeting in the church parlors. Berry's World • IKS fc, NEA, he. "Listen, Charlie just because you're been kickin' us tounsts around, don't think you can get away with it wit* LBJ!" Mass PTA Has Its May Meet MASS — The May meeting of the Parent-Teacher Associati o n was held Tuesday afternoon. May 4, at the school. 1 A letter from Bay Cliff Health i Camp was read, and a report! was given by Douglas Filppula and Evelyn Plutchak on the successful party held by the; PTA. , A discussion was held re-: garding the sending of the basketball team to a big league. game at Minneapolis. A commit-j tee consisting of Ernest Toivo-j nen. Herbert Hanson and Allen' Lndqulst was chosen to plan' for entertaining the team. A donation of $25 was made to the Bay Cliff Health Camp. The summer swimming program was discussed Viola Hen-j clrickson reported thai the Cham- j taer of Commerce is sponsoring! the program for this summer Patrick Monette will have charge of the lessons. Elma Kaarto. Mildred Mil 1 u and Agnes Ollila were named by the president Mabel Martin, to serve on the nominating committee. The president reported on the 4-H Clubs successful seaso n and also urged the interest of the parents in the Little League baseball project. An interesting oro«rRni was presented in the 'orm of a style show and dress r•••••• jc by Mrs Zimmer's sewing cla.sse? from the seventh grade through tlia high school grades. Each class had a narrator, who described the costumes of the girls aa they stepped forth. The girls then walked down the aisle and displayed the gown, dress or suit that she had made and was modeling The various garments were attractive. After the style show lu n c ti was served in the dining room by the hostesses. Evelyn Plutchak, Clarice Baullinger. 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