Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 16, 1965 · Page 22
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ICN Market Is Mixed Ruschmeyer . j, , . . Finance Head And Indecisive IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN In Dull Trading markei was mixed and indecisive in dull trading early this afternoon Fractional gains and losses were the rule for most key stocks Quite a few sho\veri no change The opening was acthv. with a numoc' of fair-size- r,:o'V-s chan^irg har.iK After this initial flurry lio-.vevt.-r. the r:-.ar'Met faded into the doldrums. The trend began to get lower in late rr;orning hm a little buying {wr-reted this and the list becaroe a jumble of plus and minus sisns. with market averages Conflicting. Aerosoace issues were mostly off following their gains early this week on prospects of beefed - up defense spending. Mail order - retail issues were firm. Most groups were thoroughly mixed. Of Scout Drive Philip Ruschmeyer. manager of the J. C Penney Co.. has been named finance chairman tor tlie Boy Scouts Finance Drive for the Gogebic area of the \Vah Dn Bong District. which includes Gogebir anrl Iron Counties The Appoint nitwit was an- nouncc'l by Lauri Lahti. Wah Da Bone District iir.ance chair- r.iisn and Edwin r? Anders, o-n, chairman nf Mif '.V;il- Da Bong Pistric;. Thr rr ; iniai finance di-ve: ccr.a.icted ; ii Uiree conn- lit r in XV'.scorsin 'Ravfield. Ash- tsric' .'•I'J Iron' anrl Goge b i c Cov.:;t\ n-pport mop than 900 boys in Hie scouting program. The eoa; for the district is S10.000. The Boy Scouts are provid e d with facilities for camping a n d training in the program, plus other services vital to the program. Ruschmeyer will soon announce chairmen and co-chairmen for the various ciiies, Timber Sold to Miljevich Bros. FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965. PHILIP RUSCHMEYER ~ . . . . _ who in turn will name the work- The Associated Press average ers wno wil , take part , n the of 60 stocks at noon was off .1 drive at 325 0 with industrials off .2, rails up .1 and utilities off .1. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up .33 at 881.31. Pan American Sulphur was delayed in opening due to an ac-. cumulation of buy orders following nev/e that the company had received an offer for its assets Hurley Court Has 7 Traffic Cases One motorist was fined and six bail bonds were ordered forfeited in Iron County Court at Hurley this week. Robert Lauri Lahti, Ir o n wood, paid a fine of $13 plus 1 S3 costs, on a charge of speeding on Highway 51. in the Pine •ake area. . Iron County Judge Arne H. of its stock were released in a Wicklund ordered the following from United Nuclear Corp The sulphut company stock advanced 1% to 18 7 s on an opener of 10,oon shares and held a gain of about a point in later trades, some goodsize • BESSEMER—Miljevich ers. Wakefield. were Ewcessf u 1 bidders on certain timber offered for sale by the Gygtbiv County Forestry Commission, at t h c timber sale conducted by the commission Wednesday evening at the courthouse. wliK the commission chairman. E W.l.Mam Lindberg. presiding. Bids were entered by five lumber firms, Miljevich Bros being high at a total of S17 225. Other bidders were Connor Lu nber and Land Co.. at S16.251.50: Steiger Lumber Co. SI 5.507: Kimberly-Clark Co. Sl-J.3b6. a n d Glen Peck, logger SIO.290.75. The timber sold is, located on about 154 acres in the NE'j of Section 10. T 48. R48. Ironwood Township County ^orest. lyi n g north and adjacent to the Powers Road about I'-i rr;les west from the intersection of the Lake Road. The estimated volumr is 267M board feet of saw logs including 213 M board feet of sugar maple: 39M board feet yellow birch: '.4M board feet basswood. 1M board The schedule for the distribu- feet asll; also 150 cords of hem- t.ion of paint in the city of Hur- lock pulpwood, and 190 cords of ley has been announced by Hur- nar . dwo . od . Pujpwood. the cutting ley Mayor Paul Santini. Mayor Santini also stated that persons are to bring their own containers for solvent and that the city will allow t h e paint to be picked up be relatives, friends or neighbors. A brush or roller and cover will be given to persons when the paint is picked up and there will be a limited choice of colors from which to chose. The paint will be distributed Hurley Paint Schedule EVERYBODY'S AN INDIAN—ALMOST— Nearly every clerk in every store in Ironwood was an Indian today, that is almost. Marlys Edwards, at right, decided to dress up as an old woman in a gay '90- : s costume. Other clerks at Carlson's Super Market, where of the latter being optional. Total bids cited above were the aggregate of ,mit rates bid on the various species. Unit bid rates varies as follows: Sugar maple—from a low of S32.75 per 1.000 board feet to a high of $45 per M. from $60 to S150 feet. from $25 to M. Ash, from a low of $25 to per or east ' encl of the „ Eastern Air Lines slumped The . . from a low of $4 per cord to $8 per cord, tended ineie There were no bids on cut- secondary offering. Prices were mixed in dull! bail bonds forfeited : John Hautanen. Ironw o o d trading on the American Stock S2 °: for speeding on Highway Exchange. Corporate bonds were mixed 77 in the City of Hurley. Robert Kokely. Ironwood, S15. U.S. government bonds were un-; °" a charge of operating a car changed to slightly higher. way .„ Hm . ley William Swanson. Ironwood, ; S25, charged with failure to have mayor added that ; no paint available f o r k, cement or shingled ting of which was optional'. , „ . . , County forester Lloyd following is the schedule nen and Commissioners Ray distribution for paint in the skwor and Richard Linn tabulat- ; y / , ed bids. Monday July 19 _ 8 a.m. to. m attendance were the Milje- •5 p.m. —widows, pensioners or vich brothers, Eli and Vernon. 25 Legislators Visiting County More than 25 state legislators, their wives and children are louring the Upper Peninsula as guests of the U.P. Tourist Association. They arrived in Gogebic Coun- tv T h u r s d a y, after visiting Mackinac Island, the Porcupine Mountains. Isle Royale and many other attractions. sday evening they e n near Wakefield and a t the performance of "Cat lot Tin Roof." To d a y , many of the legislators the area to visit White Pine, EDWARD C. KEEFE ° and see the gigantic Hiawatha statue. It is costing an 000 per day for 25 state Stock Market NOUN QUOTATIONS abled persons. Connor Co.: Paul "steigei of the Tuesday. July 20 — 8 a.m. to Steiger Lumber Co • Edw a r d „_ , „ w .„. * P-m- -Home owners who oc- Anderson, of Kimberly - CJark: his car under control, resulting py tneir own homes. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peck • - • Mayor Santini states that in Emil Movrich. Wakefield was ri <i Oklahoma Man Heads Kiwanis Most Witnesses Want Bounty to Be Continued EWEN — Testimonies were heard by four of the six Senata Conservation Committee members on the issue of the bounty on coyotes at a public hearing held at the American L e g ion Hall here Thursday night. Chairman of the committee, Sen. Carl O'Brien, presided at the hearing, along with Senators Trout, Brown and Novak, all from the Lower Peninsula. About 200 persons attended the hearing. Before testimonies w ere heard. Sen. O'Brien pointed out that the bill has already been passed to kill the bounty o n coyotes in the House of Representatives and that only four votes in the Senate will kill the bounty altogether. Those who testified were trappers, some professional; conservation club representatives from all over the U.P. and several conservation officers. Those persons who testlf i e d, other than the conservation o f- liccrs, were unanimously in fa- \ or of keeping the bounty o n n o w coyotes and even increasing the bounty instead of killing it. One of the main reasons given for continuing the bounty was the claim that coyotes are killing many deer and in some northern Wisconsin and the Up- cases have attacked livestock in this picture was taken, were satisfied to be Indians. Among them are Roberta Johnson, left, one of the Miss Ironwood queen candidates; Jacqueline Zegoski and Connie Kivi. (Daily Globe Photo) Construction of Pipeline Begins Major construction is n i under way on Northern Natural Gas Company's pipeline hat will extend from Duluth to Marquette. bringing gas for t h e first time to 22 communities in per Peninsula. Northern's contractor on t I. e project, Panama, Inc., of Houston, Texas, will employ three separate construction crews along the pipeline route so that ; the 270 miles of pipe to be laid can be completed by late fall, farmyards, where trappers have neen called in to take care of tnc situation. , Those who testified said that, trom their own experiences, they believe many problems would arise if the oounty was lifted. They contended thai the . — an accident. The mishap I took place on Fourth Ave. and accoi 'aance with information re- present as a spectator. | Copper St., Hurley. per Peninsula. And the 1 a w - makers'are not charged for the 10 day trip. The tour originally began as The geographical areas deer herd would be dccreao"d. a covered by these crews can be Part-time income for many per- generally defined as follows: sons would be killed and vio- Dulutr-Superior east to Ashland • lators would increase. Ashland east into the Upper One senator suggested that Peninsula, and Marquette west nired trappers for the state across the Upper Pe n i n sula. could be brought in to trap Pipe laying has air e a d y c °yotes but one person said started in the first two areas • Uiat "• would cost the state about T™,, rt <- v f ™ , , and W01 ' k is expected to begin S1 °° Der covote kil 'ed. Edwaid C. Keefe, Oklahoma j m th2 Marquette region in mid- One person said that keeping City, Oklahoma Association ex-1 August. Panama will use ap- the bounty on coyotes would be ecutive, was elected presid e n t j proximately 320 men on the to- ceived from NEW YORK (AP)—Following David Johnson, Ironwood. S13 Pai ? lt; ;. Varnish the Wiscon sin Lacquer As- on the New York Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. , . . permitting an un- ^ oc . latlon - more paint will be Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tfvl & Tel Armour Bait & Oh Beth Steel Briggs Mf Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Can Copper Rng . Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fds Gen Motors Gerber Gillette Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Stl Int Bus Men Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY 47% D 48~ a U 67% U 36',-j U 32 U 35V 2 67 D 45% D 76% U 587 8 U 52% 37V-2 D 351/8 70 »/4 238 U veWc e in the Town of Saxon Artnur F . B runello Hurl e y s]5< dr i v i ng with no' valid 1 i the P ers011 who ™ nosched- Uled to pick up painl on Moi > clay ancl Tuesday, such as < cense on highway US-2 in Kim- • a P artment owners, home owners ball K i e t h i,s who rent their homes, and com- Lisc u m b, Lond o n. mercial building owners. Is Being Razed a fact-finding trip by members of Kiwanis International at the of the House Tourist Indust r y organization's recent golden an- Relations Committee. T he' niversary convention in N e w group has expanded from t h ei York City, according to J. J. Jin- legislators — i drich, president of the Ironwood committee to 25 all guests of the sula Tourist Association. Upper Penin- Kiwanis Club. William L. Johnson and W. L. . . . . The association received a p - i Burns represented the Ironwood Ontario, Canada, $18, speeding on highway US-2 in Saxon. Three of the arrests were, made by the County Traffic officer, three by the State Traffie officer and one by the Hurley City Police. [ proximately S40.0DO this year! club at the convention n , .. ,„..,_.. i for Promotion of the tourist at- 1 As head of One of the oldest buildings in tractions of the U.P The esti- •' national, which Ironwood is in the process of being razed. The o'd Soo Line Railroad de- tal project. In advance of major construction, eight surveying part i e s have completed almost 200 miles, while five crews are now in the process of clearing right-of way. a great asset to the stated conservation of wildlife and game Wne n it was reported that bountv payments for coyo t e s f9 metimes are paid on animals n " illecl in Wisconsin and Can- acla - conservation witnesses said . Due to the shortness of the lhere was no wa y to determine mated bill of 510.000 will b e i Detroit 50 years ago, Keefe will the association, cham-j be official spokesman for some paid bers by of commerce, businesses ! 270,000 Kiwanians in more than Funerals DONALD o. WAINIO sciences and director of the in- Funeral services for D o nald stitule ' said W applications have 84>/ 2 D !!-(, | o. Wainio, 56, of Montreal, who been acce Pted. Only 50 persons 524s U VB i oied Wednesday, will be held may Participate, leaving 13 College Has 13 Openings ASHLAND — Thirteen o pe n- . Ll I\- J l>Ov™iyOQ | - O - — --—• | - • ~~ — -«" -»» *."WViiV*\,V* All" i ~ --•» -MM S/fc-*kJ + i*^.lJOI,lilHl ( JLJU W Cl I d science institute at Northl a n d i de Pot IF being razed by t h e to investigation of non-tour i s ti B. Moylan, Jr.. who held the Colle ge. Johnson Building and Wrecking industry needs. The touring leg- presidency during the past year Louis J. Kolonko, chairman: Co - Jf Bessemer, and the new'islators have heard requests! Prior to becoming president of of the division of natur a 1 ! building will be put up by the from several industries fori Kiwanis International Keefe i construction season, only the whe ther animals actually had Kiwanis Inter- puluth-fo-Marquette portion o f b ,f en kllled ln Michigan and was founded in i the P™gram will be completed; therefore bounties of $i 3 for pot on Frederick St. between o .„ „ u „ „„„,.„ w«,,, co Suffolk and Lowell St., m o r e sociation secretary-irTa rfa g er! Mexico,"western"Europe" Japan' than 70 years old, is being torn Ken Dorman. | the Caribbean area, and t h » down and will be replaced by a! As the group expanded t h e 1 Philippines. He succeeds Miamf new and small building. The j purpose of the tour extended in- Florida businessman Edw a r d 80»/a D 96'/i D 46 36 51 U 44Vs U 44Va U B 8j Saturday morning at 10-30 at : °P em !iQ;s. All teac Soo Line's own crews. The new building will be 16 i their particular needs, by 36 feet in size. The building Tn e tour is expected will house the Soo Line office Monday at St. isjnace gt. Paul Lutheran Church . . _ . _ .. * presently located in the part of All teachers and supervisors i the building not yet torn down. Ironwood. The Rev Oliver A' ' of science and mathematics in i Tn at portion of the depot will j Tallberg will officiate. Inter- £ rades 7 -!2 in any public, pri- be torn down after the office 1 vate or parochial schools a r e . equipment is moved into the new' ment will be at Riverside Cemetery. eligible to participate in the in- building. amendments and bills,, favoring! served one year as president| elect, one year as treasurer, to end j and four years as - a member of i the International Board of Trus[tees. Currently, he is serving as chairman of the International Board's Committee on Gold e n Anniversary. He has been a Ki- wanian for 16 yeais. Keefe is the executive vice this year. A line to the Keweenaw Peninsula will be laid in 1966 Three Michigan communities males and S20 for females sometimes were paid on fraudulent claims. The legislature is considerine L'r» hi UP r> n ii;.~~ e . . will be receiving gas this fall. two Dills calling for repeal of They are Marquette, Negaunee tlie bounty payment law. Laws and Ishpeming. Six iron ore; Cropping bounty payments o n plants operated by Cleveland- Xoxes and bobcats already have Cliffs Iron Company will also ' ' receive gas in 1965. Michigan communities that will join Northern Natural's sys- nesse s said from $60,000 to $75". tern in 1966 include Bessemer,, °°° was Paid last year in bouii- Calumet, Dollar Bay, Han- ties > but that the bounties have been approved by the la'wmak- ers. Conservation department wit- Officers Are Selected '/4 ! The Ketola Funeral Home will i stltut e. Selection is based on the It is estimated that the n e w i WHITE PINE — Lawrence P resident of the Oklahoma Inde- 473 U l'4jbe open for visitation beginning abillty of tlle applicants to bene- j office will be completed in Nov- Garfield was elected president pendent Colle ge foundation. He a ' 3 '" — ' "-•- - m F """' **" "--• ° ml — of the White Pine School Board has sei 'ved as publicity chair. m "" for the Salvarion Army and i Beaver Council of 1 53% U 571/8 U Pfizer Repub Stl Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U—up. D—Down. 84 35 D 321/s U .49Vi> U 40>/2 563/4 D 40'/L> D 48'/4 D Is j Vs j .^ i/ 4 /4 at 4 this afternoon. ~ flt from the program and their; The remains will be taken to ca P acitv to develop as teachers' the church at 9 Saturday morn- of science a » d mathematics, ing where they may be viewed until the time of service. cock. Houghton. Hubbell. Iron- " ot resulted in an appreciable wood, Lake Linden, L'An s e decrease in predators or an Laurium, Ramsay, Ripley and! cre ase in game animals Wakedeld. in- Towns in Wisconsin scheduled for service next year are Ashland, Cary, Gile. Hurley, Iron River and Montreal. 'SAAC KOSKINEN Funeral services I » a a c '8 J Koski.n..?n, 82, of Ironwood Township, who died Wednesday, will 44V'2 D 60V 8 U 47% D 39'4 U be held at 2 Saturday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran Chur c h, the Rev Thomas A. Schultz officiating Assisting will be the Rev. a Hallberg of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Interment will I Post 36 ™. Service Officer To Be Here Next Week Wair.'j Liuha, assistant de Visit Two Hospitals at a meeting last week. Mrs.! William Jones is secretary and; Harry Banbury was named trea- i surer. , i Trustees are Mrs. Arne A h o, ; Irving Bolo, Lewis John- le Mars Continued from Page One Plane Makes Safe Landing purr-A«I/-\ ,»»-,. . <y C. Fifteen students of the partment service officer, will be ™ b if- trnii" Pr«Ptinoi w "' Robert Burns was retained as ! £ T , e Amencan Red life but t in Gogebic County to meet with' gj ^^0™ W,,-P "taJLn le % al counsel - The Wh He P 'i n I % '^ 5j ***** '»** chairman j shown no veterans and widows who have o n3a e,dU'K Minnesota last' Branch of the Citi ™™ S t a t e~ Dav commlnpP^T^ S ?° * t 3 ^ Further problems with npnsinns nnri ^h. ,".r_, u . Lia " lp lo Minnesota last Bank . •„ h .,.„ rio ^ oi . „., ." =: ^ay committee, and he is cur- 1 Mars' atr CHICAGO fAP>_An Eastern Air Lines jet with 83 pe, aboard landed safely at O' ,. . L . International Airport todav Mars has the sort of atmos- er hovering over thp fipiri e in which clouds -mild more man an l om- . form," he said. Jammed nose Sea served as; Clouds could indicate that, The nlane. Fli K ht 464 !„„-„- rhnntpr'nf H , ^ County' Mars has enough air to support in a rainstorm with L ded «s S? oss in 1Q.4 L AmenChan Redillhfe but tele scopic studies have wheels-"" Ul the ° ; ^ioss. in 1954 he v/as chairman i shown no director of the Amer-| Public Relations! he his the with a problems with pensions and other related difficulties, it is said by Joseph Bria, service officer of Veterans of Foreign Wars i Moose T3,-,e.f 3ono muu&e on a field trip to Minnesota last Monday. made an State Hospital oxygen, information about nose tiPPed iorward" on"its nose S it had almost st.nnr, 0 ri .-__ tour of the CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) —Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady: wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A A 58%92 A 58%; 90 B 57%; 89 C 57 : cars 90 B 58>/2; 89 C 58. Eggs steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 70 per cent or better Grade A whites 31; mixed 31; mediums 26>/> standards 27; dirties unquoted checks 2V/2. be at Riverside Cemetery. The McKevitt-Kershner Funeral Home will be open for visitation beginning at 4 this afternoon. The remainsiwill be taken to the church at 11 Saturday morning where they may be viewed up until the time of the service Mrs. Ellen Kozens of Ironwood Liuha will be here Tuescl a y, July 20, at the Ironwood VFW clubrooms from 9 to 11:30 am. and at the Bessemer VFW clubrooms from l to 3 p.m. Bria states that all veterans or widows with problems are invited, although it isn't necessary to belong to the organization to get this service, which is free Luke where they saw ~ - — s'<^~?™« s »5aaP K s Hospital in Duluth, l L P ^ m -' I f^.^;jl b l, lnt the i office served as president Alrport ofn cials said - of IH excelent tensive care units and the fine therapy department in addition to the general care units. Mrs. Marie Mascotti and Mrs. Georgia Schultz, instruct o r s , accompanied the class on the trip. and nor Mrs. Ellen Kangas is one'!?L cnarge to a11 ve terans and Demands Examination On Morals Offense •»•"-—- »•*-• .»..».».», .I_I*A\^II *ktl*J^C*OlOUHC of the surviving daughters, it I widows has beun reported. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Jogj$.5,500; butchers weak to 50 tower; 1-2 190-220 Ib 25.25-255016 head at 25.75; mixed 1-3 190240 Ibs 24.50-25.25; 2-3 240-280 Ibs 23.75-24 50; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 21.25 - 21.75; 400-450 Ibs 20.2521.25; 2-3 4SO-500 Ibs 19.50-2050' Mass-Greenland Will Meet on Monday MASS — The Mass-Greenland department will have Hosoital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admi Clifford P. Brenwall, 19, Eagle River, demanded an fl , examination when arraigned be- fire Ave., not Mrs. Wayne Treder as was published Thursday; admitted i : just before the spacecraft 1 behind Mars would , atmosphere dense five The al M 1- has been a member of the Ki I ? oncentratlon °f solar radiation wth • „ . " eCent 500-600 Ibs 14.50-16.00. Cattle 5,500; 18.75 - 19.75; boars calves none; slaughter steers 25 higher to 25 lower; load lots prime 12001,366 Jb 28.25-28.50; high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 Ibs 27.2528.00; choice 1,150 - 1,350 Ibs 26.00-27 25; load high choice and prime around 1,100 Ibs 26.75; several loads high choice and prime 875-1,000 llo slaughter heif- ^ers 25,60-26.00; Choice 800-1.000 ,lbs 23.50-25.50; mixed good and •Choice 22.75-23.75. meeting Monday night, July 19.! Thursday: Mrs. Louise Aimone, I ou\ e ri i Plans to attend the UpperiOIle, William D. Evans, Mll-'nSht nf T»IV in HV, n'^ iT™ Peninsula Firemen's Tourna-j waukee, Mrs. Steve Vargovich renn-tPri y ha ment at Ishpeming will b e | Bessemer, Susan Anderson, 629 Leonard St., Mrs. Cloverland made The quarterly meeting of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Women ,will be held Thursday I ^ J . u ° ra ' night, July 22, at the Kalev a' Vlctor Lodge, Twin Lakes. The Martha I D !'" niedi cal; Theron King, iron Circle members will be the hos- 1 Rlver - accident, tesses. | Mr and Mrs. Julius Lukkari- j la, Ashtabula, O., are visiting his brother and sister in law . ,_ Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lukkarila' and baby - Mrs - Audrey Kevan, Miss Fanny Kettunen, Detroit, ^?f s - Anna L - Mattson, Mrs. is spending a few weeks at her Edward Gregory, Ironwood. home here. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield Fern Mallla underwent a ton- Admitted Thursday: Alfred Bens 11 e o t o m y at Ontonag o n son, Presque isle, medical Memorial Hospital Monday Discharged Thursday Wil- After the arraignment Bren- he did not post, the court stated. The ex- was set for July 22. Brenwall was arrested by Michigan state police and . John V.! Nadoln°v Rokola, Hurley; Roman T. Ry-irant for authorized the war- the arrest on the Bicyclist, 11, Killed AU GRES (AP) _ Kenneth Bank will be the depository for i renHv a mSf' fin 1S c , ur "' ars> atmos P n ere was expected !i^. i »^^iisrffrti!aj i s. < safi, i rj siTSaBffsvf SmSsi ° ."sy^ssss^^^s^S" IP ClinplMntonrlo^f rrr • i ", • : — S PreSlnftflt Of tllC Kl- Hist VM3fn..o M,n „« ^ , ....... -<-aio, Ul [HC ie supenntendent, Will iam: wanis Club of lll% lieutenant governor and gover- i , ' " nor °f the Texas-Oklahoma Ki-: weaken thp Memorial Sf- Distric -' andame ^rof iWeaken the Continued from Page One ' tee ' One of the latest in the outpouring of tributes from abroad came from Quaison-Sackey who is returning from his native Ghana for the memorial in New York Monday. He called Stevem son a "strong champion of the United Nations." ££&?•£% S;=sL=fe^ »aS\na^S s ^SdS^5^-^ ture apparently differs from earth's. . i Earth has a magnetic field.'— ^ ltol , containing a belt of deadly radi-icharge of. v/ii 4_»w vo aim LrirJS work" Emn _i • . — °— w * wi **^cij -fc _. . --•-** son was reported intending to the post soon, nowever, since , , he wants to present a number of proposals to the United Nations The General Assemblv reconvenes inrSeptember. Man Injured in Cary Mine Mishap Thursday Briefly Told the iron John Traczyk ot County Veterans of ! tected. The field is believed gen- • Oma Foreign Wars Post requests animated by the sloshing of a hot 1 members to meet at 7 to- metal core as the earth rotates ' = SS M *L"£ ™T.?«« J? »"> ..The lack of a magnet* THE WEATHER be more a twin of 1 self. ». . w - -* 1, v» v **v*«j , — -•*. *>.*-vrB«v« \.Kftl VOlUllvCCI* f 1 ffi the sue of the old Cary Mine, department will have a meetine Hl £! ey at 9 a.m. SaturdaT There'." King was reported 1 y carrying a transformer down some steps when he slipped and the heavy piece of equipment pinned him against the The U. S. Arlly" Reserve Unit, Hurley, will have 'a multiple drill assembly Saturday, starting at 7:30 a.m. morning. Ham Banovelz, Bessemer. Norton. 11, of AU Ores, was wall 5, 1 .!?p C l T i! >Urstlay , when ne was Kinp = s is "Ported to be in SUUCK by an auto while riding i good condition at Grand View 5'oSt "iil- &&. Sims , SSTSL.SS Jt. 1 ""™ 1 back : ?"."-!"»- «a*.^y-«.-i, =. TI « ~ driven from ,!!I 1C - C 5! r ?'_.? mployes Club "'M» floods today 20 Drowned, 18 Missing In Floods in Seoul By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SEOUL (AP) — Twenty persons drowned, 18 were missing, - _.. .,.„„ ,, and at least 40,000 persons were 10:53 p.m. Last 6 p.m 8 p.m. w' » a.m. «2 10 n.m 67 RANGE SKIES Sunset.today 8:50. Sunn- nnuuA**. If . nn — f . *•*•* *»-,' Moonrise 21. hold a meeting at the Cary {ial homes; .by Visible •Plaiita-Mewipy ^ r tori-en- fl-aa n m vov,,,^ ..,_,"'• b W s after .tori-en- 9:33 p.m. i'< p.m. i said. rains battered "central Ko- Mercury police and Venus, right above Mars, low in wqs t news reports 111:13 p.m. Saturn, in soutiS 11:57 a.m. Jupiter, rise) S'S

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