Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 16, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, July 16, 1965
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Jtl f-KIUAT, JULY 10, IVcO. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Recruiting Drive Made by Police Young men interested in a career should not overlook thc present opportunity to become a Michigan State Police trooper, according to Sgt Oosmo Bonello commander of the Wakefield State Police post. A new recruiting drive is now under way to f-nroll 200 addi- t i o n a 1 troopers authorized by the legislature upon the recommendation of Governor Romney. To speed up the examination process of 18 officers have been assigned as specjfil recruiters to conduct field physical tests and, through the eoope-aticn of the .state civil service commission, supervise the writl'-n tests. Young men between 21 and 29 years of agf married o r single, five feet 10 inches i n height with weight in proportion, and with a high school education or its equivalent are eligible to apply. For full information and a p •• plication blanks tr.ey should go COUNSELORS—Working as counselors at the Michigan State Highway Department's Travel Information Center on US-2 here are, from the left: Louise Perlich of Bessemer, Janis Windberg of Wakefield and Karen Oman of Bessemer. Oma Club Has July Meeting At.the July meeting of the Oma Community Club Richard Kinnunen's report on the Softball game and dance held June 2(5 indicated the affair was a great success. Another sotiball game was slated to be played soon The game committee donated four cases of. soda drink for the Oma-Carey 4-H Club. Irene Peltomaki noted that two softballs were bought by the Community Club for the 4-H Club. Lawnnnce Erickson and Toivo Johnson were authorized to buy horse shoes, and Murdock Junttila. Kinnunen, Davi d Thompson and Toivo Johns o n were named on the Oma Town Hall sound-proofing project. Paul Saari, August H o 1 m a and Junttila were authorized to ! install a novelty refrigerat i o n ! ! unit in the town hall food serv-, I ice area I | Olivei Risku noted plans for I the Colorama Harvest Festival 1 are progressing satisfactor i 1 y. I The nox 1 " committee meet i n g will be at the town hall July 29 Gertrude Saari, chairman of the colorama queen contest, outlined plans for the project. She said girls between the agp« of 15 and 18 are eligible for entry and they must be Iron County resicler ts. The next meeting will be neld Aug. 12. Lunch was -served during the social hour by the Richard Kin- nunens and the Oliver Riskus. 3 Range Young Women Work At Travel Information Center Three young women from the; Karen Oman, are woiking as* Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS Bergland Community Schools June 13, 11)65 •i-.Ml P.M. The regular June meeting o) the Bergland Board of Education was held on Tuesday. June 15. 1965. at 7:00 daughter Of J 3 -M- with the following members present: Helen Ashbrook, Louis Pauiman, Walter Oman „ , ,-, , , v. », on,, c<t n i n T-I~TI , « . •! -e--- - . . <i cuit_i uuuui, Ravmond Peterson. H;r/.el John-ion. Al any btate Police post 01 write counselors at the Michigan State, Bessemer, will be a senior this to the civil service commission Highway Department's Trav e 1 fall at NMU, maioring in home in Lansing. "This is a wonderful career. Bonello said, and now ever increase. In addition, there is a subsistence allowance, two paid annual vacations, sick leave, free uniforms, five- Information Center on US-2 here economics. This is Mis.s Oman's Working under tne supervision: first summer as a counselor. Qualififed through civil service examinations, the 'jounselors are of thc center, are: Louise Perlich. daughter ,-ind Alfred Swen, Absent: Aubrey Demaray. Also present Superintendent Edwin I.. Carlson, Ear! Applekamp. Roberta Mattern and Caroline Thomasini. Al Savoia made a motion, «ee mded by Alfred Swen, to appoint Louis Pauiman temporary president in the tb.scncc of Aubrey Demaray. Affirma- of employed by the State Highway U\T a. negative b. carried. . . Mr. and Mrs. PYank Perlich, Department to make touring in p Bessemer, who is In her second Michigan easier an<? more day week and a fine pension plan which permits the officer to retire at the end of o n 1 y 25 years of service with a pen- Motion by Al Savoia. supported by Alfred Ewcn, that the minutes oi thc May meeting be approved as read. The fl-ivpo I Affirmative 6, negative 0. Carried . , , , ';""-'-j Rii.Miiond Peterson, moved and sup- ter, will begin her junior year young women also attended a ( ported by Alfred swcn, that the , necks at Northern Michigan University : school in Lansing for training to """i 1 ?"'" 6 I3U - 200 inc. totalling szs- ~" '•! ' 'J '•*" -1,-^nntetrl Alllrm 311V4 t), summer at the information cen- pleasant for tourists sion of half pay 'hat also tccts the wife. "Best of all. this is nn interesting and challenging ca r e c r that never becomes monotonous, e s p e c ted and ihev also have the satisfying feolin? that they arc performing a need and valuable public service. "Every young man should examine this opportunity " this fall. Miss Per'ich is major- become travel courselors. ing in the theatre and dramatics c * Program Held By Lions Club ONTONAGON -- It was "Ladies Night" when the Ontonagon Lions Club met at Paul's Dining Room at Silver City. A special Independence Day program was planned for the eve- tPl ning by the program chairman. j n Elmer Kangas. Kangas introduced Charl e ••> ... B .,, ...^ „..„„...- These travel information coun- p and recently played the lead selors must handle every con- roll in the musical "Cindy" at-ceivable type of inquiry about the Indianhead Mountain Play- • the state, and its attractions and house. Janis Windberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Windberg, Wakefield, is also in her second summer as a counselor Miss Windberg attended Gogebic Community College fov t w o years and is a graduate of NMU. She will start teaching this fall in Warren. Mich. 242.24 be accepted, negative 0. Carried. chairman of the imittec, presented "Wo. the undersigned of the conditions of tncir sector of the state. New Books at Library Told The Carnegie memuci s the Bcrgliind Merger Study Committee, recornmend that tlic BcrgUmd Boiii d of Education initiate annexation proceedings v/ith the White Pine Bourd of Education." Karl Applekamp HobcrlH Matter Caroline Thornasint Al Savoia made a motion, seconded by Raymond Pclerson, that the Berg- lanrl School District accept the merger study committee's report recommending initiation of annexation pi or cod- ings with the White Pine Schoo- District, und forthwith, take steps io carry out the roco'vimendation, the first of which, is asking the White Pine School thc anncsatlon Register Early, Colleges Advise Library has a numbe; 1 cf fiction and non-fiction books on its shelves \ ^I'.'^J 0 draw up during June. They are listed as follows: Fiction —Ready to Love, Jeanne Bowman: Run. Nurse, Run, Jean Carew One Touch Roll call vole: Helen Ashbrook, yes; I.ouit- Pauiman. yes; Raymond Peterson, yes: Alfred Swen, yes; Al S..vola, yes: Hazel Johnson, no. Aubrey Demaray, absent. Affirmative .i. negative 1. Carried. -Motion by A] Savoia. seconded by Of Nature B J CniltC' The Rc-iAJfred Swen. that the Board join the vnlt nf <?arah Pprk-inc TVTaviar, j Michigan Association of School boards \OIl 01 saiail eeiKinS, Mdliani foi . tno !9BS . 6 6 school year. anJ that COCkrell: The Nurse Was Juliet, i the board members and superintendent Georgia Craig: Somewhere Out' bc *" mvcd to r - ttend thc aimUt1 ' iomt lines There, Bron Fano: Nurse in rush and the fall. That's the policy at'• Flight'. Peggy G: trlis: Salute to all nine Wisconsin State Univer-, Glory. Joan Garrison- Rails «,:„„,„, , , ., , sities, the Board of Regents of-'Above the Plains Don Jenison; tho H *l;. ^r urn-''" 'u™= f "iT fice ln Madison rcoorts. Red River Sheriff. Jim Kane hcdar of William \\ Spauld- A11 throu g h the summer, on Ride the Wind. Ames King: mg. Willman compared the In- schc duled days, newly entering' Night of Camp David, Fletcher dependence observances m 1945 sluden ts and their parents visit, Kneber Murder Can't Wait and 1946 to those oi tin- present tne campuses in small groups j Richard Lockridge; Forbidden time, noting the many similar- r or spec ial orientation programs! Planet, John Muller- The Gold- w i » H ,i , M T- and advance registration for the i en Heel, William Neubauer: A we siaieo. mai mo _ions mem- September term. Inc o m i n g; Right to Die, Arthur Upfield; ?. ers , were actua.l;/ re-enacti n g_ fres hmen and one or both par-JLadies of the the 1946 observance which held in Silver City, then called visers, tour the campuses and Against the Skv, Lynn Westland; i coverage. This insurance is voluntary. - ..* t, anc} j s o ff crc d as a service to the student body. Affirmative 6, r.cgalive 0. Carried. Motion by A] Savoia, seconded by Raymond Peterson, that bids lio let ie Rachmaninoff was ents meet professors and. a d'- Eyes, Henry VanDyke: Smoke: sc hoo _alled Iron River, where 35 pioneers sat see roo ms in which the students! Lady Wu Lin'Yurang down for a Fourtn of July dinner. will sleepi stll dv. eat. attend 1 -MlCTOelOnvrtr),. ^' n n-f^ O v^n , , 1 ^1 . ..." . . ., conference of ihc MASB and MAS.- 5 , at , Detroit, on September 15th and 16th. Affirmative 0. negative 0. Carried Raymond Peterson moved, supported by Al Savoia, that the typewriter repair contract be av-ardcd to Gogebic Typewriter Sales and Service ol Ironwood on a bid of S10.30 per nvichinc, and thrtt three 'Mi manual typewr ters be purchased from the compare with the lowest bid. Affirmative 6. negative 0. Carried. : Motion by Raymond Peterson, supported by Helen Ashbrook. to cncw 1 the student 'accident insurance coverage for 1965-56 with the Old Security Life Insurance Company of Cnicago. Illinois. This insurance coverage' tp be offered to students at a cost of S2.50 | for elementary students. S3.00 tor high students, and S12.00 for ?4 hour Just ,., ... — Non-fiction — With All My; years apo. Spauld- c i asse s and join in school act!-; Love. Penny Defore' Chess and; vities. as 120 ing Diary related the celebration ended with the read- The system works so well, the Three On A ing of the Declaration of Incle- universities report, that about Paar; Lion pendence. the Lions Tndepen d - nine out of ten students nave cncc program (>nd-:;d with the most of the details taken care reading of thc document by of before thcy au . jve on can> Attorney Donald L. Munro. Checkers, E d 'v a r d Lasker; Toor.hbrueh, Jack ; Among Roses: A '• Memoir of Finland. David Brad- 1 for a 42 passenger school bus to replace the presuit Matchwood bus no. 2, 1958 Chevrolet. Affirmative 6, negative 0. Carried. Motion by Al Savoia, second- ."• by _ , Hazel Johnson, that the superintendent ley: Barbarossa: The German-; investigate the possibility O f cooperating The same is turning upper After the program, Roger McDonald served as install i n g officer for the followinr. officers Most of them register for the recently elected tor thc coming fall term berore the end of tnc year: King " ' ----- with the township and the White Pine .,,,,. , , , _, , _ _ . _ school district in providing a li!et,uard pus in the fall to start classes. Clark: Is Paris Burning, Larry f 0 r the bench area. Ainrmair-e e, Russian Conflict. 1941-45, Ala n true of the re-.Collins: Fighter Over Finland, :lass students. Eino Luukanen. Lion. Kurt Giesau: first vice president Rudy Saari; spring semester. Two of the universities, WSU- , secpnd vice president. Charles Sup erior and Stout State at Hill: third vice pivsident. James. Menomonie, are having adWebber: lion tamer. Lyal Cane; vance registration for freshmen Porkies Lease Topic at Meet ONTONAGON—The July meet- tail twister, Francis Pigeon: di- tnis sum mer for the first time. rectors. Jack Pat,t;r,on. John Ma- Registrars report that the ad- '"B 9 f tne Ontonngon County zurek, Robert Schcn Floyd Ro- vantages include -ivoiding last-' TouristAssociation and Chamber gcrs and Jack Hawley. minute confusion and delay, of Commerce was held at Sil- better assurance of choice 6f': ver cit y with lh members at- SqUQre Dancers to classes, and more personal at- tending. President. Harold S. " tention from coun^lors. Eau Claire conducts 12 clay clinics for entering men and their parents. The juare Dancers to Have Session Sunday ONTONAGON - - The Holy Family Square Danccr.v wi fl hold a dancing .session. Sunday Labyak conducted the business t w o- session and led the discussion on fresh- :tne proposed leasing of the Porcupine Mountain ski hill to other schools have one-day pro-jP rivate interests. Members noted that at the pvpnincr at 8 'if the narish hall nf grams. A typical Orogram Hi'Holy Familv Church Mam- cycles a general opening ses-i Present time the transaction ap- ice Bennett iSnwoodwilTcairsio" .'or students and parents, i Pears favorable and that the and instruct. All area squ dancers and spectntors are come. Refreshments will served. , meetings with course coordina- : Department of Conservation has orsan lza t.onai me ctmg as ,, qu ,red by "™' 0. Carried. ft was moved by Al Savoia, tupporl- ed by Raymond Peterson, that bids be asked on the construction of another entrance to the host lunch room Affirmative ti. negative 0. Carrier Raymond Peterson moved, seconded by Helen Ashbraok. that the loci-- on the vault be changed. Affirmative 6 negative 0. Carried. Motion by Helen Ashbrook, seconded by Alfred Swen, that the si.mmer maintenance program, and su.mner recreation program, as present,:o by the superintendent, be approved. Affirmative 6, negative 0. Carried. Motion by Al Savoia. seconded by Raymond Peterson, that the payroll check for the second half of Jui.e, and the teachers' summer payroll, be authorized for issuance as soon as the final payment of state aid is received. Affirmative 0. negative 0. Carrud Election results were accepter! from thc canvassing board, with the allowing candidates for school boaru being declared elected: Raymond Pc'crson duly elected to the four '41 year 'erm, expiring on June :)0, 19U9. and A. Konald Barlock elected to the one '1. ,\ car tcrm, expiring,' on June ;iO, 19KG. The next meeting of thc Boaid of Education will be on July 6, 196L, thc USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS upon proving of financial ability) the proposed party it was 1 Drive Out to See Litzer's NEW HIAWATHA BAR on LONG LAKE • TAP BEER • PITCHER BEER Try Our Broiled Hamburgers— The Best You Ever Ale! 10 Miles East of '51 between Hurley ,and Mercer on Hiway G or 7 Miles North of Mercer on Hiway H to G North. J e P tors and advisers, registra t i on, '.approved a trade of lands nec-l be : lunch, special programs a n d : essar y for construction of facili- tours for parents, and tests for ties - Construction should begin students. Textbooks needed by the stu- "J' dents are picked up at school textbook libraries before classes begin in the fall. Most students historical sites in Ontonagon j rent their texts rather than County are being marked with! buy them, at a cost of $12 toi attractive^signs made by ^prison j $16 a year. '-'— -* ^~~« T,«^,,^, m,~ law. Raymond Peterson moved, supported by Al Savoia, that thc mcelind adjourn. Aff. (i. negative 0. Carried Helen Ashbrook, seciotary Members were informed that Spray Fails To Stop Bites , labor at Camp Porcupine. The i HARTFORD, Conn <AP) — I long time interest of the Tour- i Last October, Hartford mailmen list Association and Lions Club j were armed with cans of dog iin this project was remar k e d| repelling spray to ward off un! upon by the members ! friendly canines, i The next meeting- is schduled; But 19 cases of bitten mail-; ONTONAGON — A reception to be held Aug 12 at t h e men have been reported in the: honoring the Rev Charles M. White Pine Inn. past eight months. "In nearly! every dog bite case," Post-! Reception Slated for Rev. Charles Herbst Herbst on the 23th anniversary I of his ordination to the priest! hood will be held Sunday afternoon, July 18, from 3 to 4 at the parish hall. Friends of Father Herbst and all members of the 1 Holy Family parish are invited to attend. Lincoln issued his Emancipa- master John F. Heneghan says i lion Proclamation on Sept. 22, "the carrier was the victim of a, 1862. , sneak attack from the rear." SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. "B" & His Orchestra FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY Fabulous DINNER MENU Dining Room Open Monday Thru Sat. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. big powderhorn mountain SUPPER CLUB Available for WEDDINGS .BANQUETS, PARTIES PHONE 932-4831 for Details, Reservations Bar Opens 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. CHAIR LIFT RIDES 1 to 8 p.m. Sundays BLUE OX INN FM £T rto 2.85 Adults—Children Under 10—1.30 Serving Every Day—NOON to 8:30 P.M. Now Serving Delicious Breakfasts Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst. Fried Potatoes Apple Sauce. Syrup, Donuts and Beverage Adults 1.50—children under 10—75c Plate Lunches Noon to 3:30 Daily Ex. Sunday Oven Fried Chicken served every day (Except Friday and Saturday) Two Meals Served Each Meal Sun. — {least Sirloin of Beef—Pan Gravy Man.—Logging Camp Beef Roast, Whipped Potatoes Tues.—Baked Ham Sc Baked Beans, Potato Pancakes, .jtpplesauce W»d.«~Roasl Sirloin of Beef au Jui Thuri.—Roast Sirl'oin of Beef au jus—Potato Pancakes Fri.—Fish of the Day, Logging Camp B«ef Roast Potato Pancakes, Applesauce Sat.—Roast Turkey with all trimmings, and Roast Sirloin of Beef au jus U.S. 45 N. of Eagle River at Pleasure Island LIKE TO DINE LEISURELY? Then you'll like the El Rancho—it's just far enough from town so that the ride relaxes you. A little scenery does wonders for the appetite: and a cocktail or two before you eat will ease any tensions that remain. You"ll choose from a complete menu, but one which features choice steaks. chops and iine seafood. Next time you're discomboobcratcd alter a hard day nt the office, drive down scenic highway 51 to the . . . EL RANCHO Hiway 51 at Pine Lake Dial Mercer 476-2168 "'All I said was' Show me a filter that delivers the taste and 111 eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters JSE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS FOR RESULTS -WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST- O Ui 00 O i/t in G> DURING CLOSEOUT of 1965 «/* FORDS MERCURYS COMETS MUSTANGS PICKUPS You Can Buy a Car for Less at BESSEMER AUTO CO. U.S. 2 Bessemer Phone 667-5171 .WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST.

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