Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 8
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Ironwood, Michigan
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EIISH1 IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1963. Council Roster Of Committees, Chairmen Picked A complete roster of chairmen and commitee members for the six-point program of the Ironwood Council, Knights of Columbus, has been announced today by Grand Knight John Kostar; General Program Chairman is Bernard Krause. Catholic Activities Committee members include T>-.or-ns Burd, chairman; Anton Krizmanich, Michael Maurin, Edward Luczak, Anton Gust Charles Pachmayer and Michsel Pavlovich. Council Activities Com mi- tee members are Kenneth Comparin chairman; Anton Bonato, Chestei DeCur, Howard Johnston, Joseph Kncka, Steve Armata and Sylvester Pawlak Fraternal Activities Committee members include Joseph Krause, chairman; Ben Kimball, Joseph Komaromy, David Mc- Donajd, Dale Olson and Frank Schwab * * * Membership — Conservation Committee members are Michael Petroski, chairman; Anton Bonato, Kenneth Comparin, Nick Pavlovich, Stanley Armata and Joseph McKevitt. Youth Activities Commi 11 e e members include James Sora- ruf, chairman; Frank Kasieta, John Patrick, Edward L. Fabiny, Robert Corcoran, William Kennedy and Ernest Leonardl Public Relations Commi 11 e e members are Paul Martilla, chairman; George Seme n a k , Robert Knutson, Larry Cona r d and James Knocke. At the Thursday night meeting the council voted to start the proceedings toward the formation of a Columbian Squires Circle in Ironwood. An application for a charter will be forwarded to the State Deputy John F. Lahaei, St. Ignace, for approval, and then it is transmitted to the Supreme Office in New Haven. j * * * ' The Columbian Squires is an organization of Catholic boys from H to 17 years of age who j meet regularly with councilors] provided by the local council. Their activities include religious, civic, cultural, social and athletic themes. Each boy serv e s on a committee responsible for one of the activities, with membership on each of the committees rotated regularly. They learn leadership, public speaking anrf responsibility of inaugurating and completing projects. An open house will be held in the near future for parents and boys of the three local parishes who are interested in learning more about the squires. The charter group will probably consist of from 14 to 18 boys who are seriously interested in the formation of a circle here. State Squires Chairman Walter Johnson, Escanaba, will come here soon to explain fully to the mem bership, parents and potent! a 1 squires the national, state and local programs. Obituaries Russell W. Daniels ONTONAGON - Russell William Daniels, 55, son of Mrs. William Daniels and the late Mr. Daniels, died Friday morning at the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. He was injured in a Jogging accident 10 days ago. He was born here Sept. 17, 1909 and received hi 1 * education in the Ontonagon schools. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the Pacific Theater as a Seabee. He was a member of the Lake of the Clouds Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. Surviving, besides his mother, are three sons. Alvin and James of Ontonagoh and W i liam of Bad Axe. twn sisters, Mrs. Lyle Roehm and Mrs. Michael Scovia of Ontonagon, and eight grandchildren The Allen Cane Funeral Home will be open for visitation tonight at 7 and funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in the family lot at Riverside Cemetery. Winners of 4-H Contests Given Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Carl Niemi, 1100 Cloverland Dr., not Mrs. Victor ...... ....... u ^.~ Niemi; admitted Friday; A rededication of the Hiawa- Wright; Erin Carlson, president I I nil I YVUIlxCI J Charles Mussatti, 406 E. Lead th s!,-- . vi>' LIP held this ol the Chamber of Commer c e, ll% " l§> w •* st>) Bessemer, Joseph T. Se- Results of the Iron County 4-H'evening along with the crowning and "Chief" Charles E. Gotta of sixty unemployed persons will verin, 165 E. Harding Ave., sur- CJub Demonstration contest that ° ! M ™ Ironwood for 1965 at the Hiawatha Committee. benefit from an on . tri e-job train- eery; John J. Popko, Route 1, Statue Rededication, Crowning Of Queen to Be Held Tonight Wakefield Co. to Train Workers was held earlier this month have the statue. There will be an exhibition of 111E (QJT) program the Wake- Hurley, Mrs. Valentine Calliga- ifV^Q^f-l O Tt"ir11 rt»t r\n*-inr\n f e\nt i * *• ^* .. _. _ . __r\fr« TT* A _._.. CT*. ~u A~JI « *. 1 been announced by Miss Gay The e l e ^ ts ,' ^ Wch J'?5 e origi " authentic Indian dances featur ' tield Furniture Co., Inc., Wake- ro, 953 E. Ayer St., medical. Fuerst, home economics agent, nally scheduled for Friday Iron County. nin S' nad to be Postponed Home economics team competition, ages 9 to 13—"Measuring and Equipment in Cooking . _ Jt „ profession- field is } aunc hing under i- al Indian dancers from the Indi- ManDOW er Develooment cause of rain. The ceremoni e s an Bowl at Lac du Flambeau. Tra j mnK Act (MDTA) at 8:30. I After this performance, there the Discharged Friday: Mrs. Aland fred Dorow and baby, Susan Verner A. Kuula Verner A. Kuula, 56, of Hurley, died early this morning at Grand View Hospital where he had been a patient for the past week. Kuula was born Nov. 2, 1908 in Montreal and when still a child, his family moved to Ironwood where he attended the Ironwood school system. He was married to the former Miss Mildred Hautala on Jan. 16, 1930 in Ironwood and they then moved to Carey where they operated a combination grocery store, gas station and restaurant. He is survived by his wife, three sons, William, Oak Lawn, 111., Robert. Round Lake, 111.; and Raymond, Round Lake Park, 111.; nine grandchildren; one brother, John Kuula, Olympia, Wash.; four sisters, Mrs. Michael Rinto, Mrs. Telfi eld Ahonen, Mrs. Charles Harris, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Leon a r d Korpela, Hurley. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Engstrom Funeral Home, Hur 1 e y, with the Rev. Oliver Hall berg officiating. Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call at the Engstrom Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Monday. Rowe and Lynn Rowe, "Unboiled Frosting," Mar 1 e n e Buccanero and Linda Morel 1 o, red: "Making Sandwiches," Marilyn Strick, Joan Franzoi and Mary Walta, red. Home Economics individuals, ages 9 to 13 —"Making Pom Pons." Cheryl Farm, blue; "How to Mat a Simple Picture," Julie Ann Morello, blue: "How to Make a Tassell," Lynn Klush- man, red; "Block Printing," Mary Johnson, red; "How to Put In a Zipper Christine Chartier, Box Cookies," Charyl Gasbarri, white; "Yummy Muff ens,' 1 Renee Taylor, pink; "Sewing But tons On a Cloth," Bonnie Buccanero, pink; "Making Toys For Anderson, Mrs. . . This announcement was made ! za, Ironwood. show. High- by W jiiiam A. Price, State Sup.... . - - - wil1 be tne < ervisor of the Department of La,. rnerce, will act as master of •-. nine- of Mis '.ronwooci for P ° ceremonies. Also in attendance 1965 by Renee Semo, who held blue; wil1 be Ironwood Mavor Alfred ^LH^J^l.y 6 ?^. A .F 1 ! 8 . 11 * 1 5 Tne corporation signed the William Buz- Drought Region Appeals for Aid By DON CARSON WASHINGTON (AP) — A portion of the thirsty Northeast, hit by the worst drought In its history, appealed Friday for designation as a federal disaster area. Admltted 2 Women Share Lead in Tourney GR^ND BLANC, Mich. (AP) — Latly golfer Marilynn Smith is ten years older than Carol Mann, the 6-foot-3 Women's U.S Open champion, but she is still and Children," pink. Sandra Buccanero, who comes from a place with the inviting name of Runaway Beach, Jamaica, is tied with Miss Mann, 24, of Towson, Md., with cwo under par 70s after the first round of the $15,000 Yankee Home Economics individuals, women's Open at the Atlas Val- ages 14 and up—"How To Set ley country Club A Table and the Correct Man- Miss Mann fired off birdies ners To Be Used While Eat- almost at will but also had four ing, Eloise Klushman, blue. bogeys ln her 36 . 3 4_7o round. Dermis . Miss Smith had 35 on each nine, with three birdies and only New Jersey Gov. Richard J. Hughes asked the status for his own state plus part of New Bureau of ADDrenticeshiD " U1U11 "' CU *nuojr. nay m o n d York, parts of Pennsylvania and TrXn? (BATUn Lansing Pete ' Mrs " Mary Skovlera - Iron - southern New England -— - - ,J corporaZ^signedi t n'e ^ " nc ^ Ribich - Wakefield,; Hughes made five other rec- display of fireworks at the stat- con t ra ct with BAT to train 60 medlcal - ommendatlons as he met with ue site will cap off the evening's workers for four different occu- Discharged Friday: Oiva Ma- the Federal Water Resources ' Wakefield. Council. President Johnson has given the Cabinet-level council a Tuesday deadline in its quest for answers to the Northeast's water shortage. Hughes said the disaster tag would pave the way for emer events, ipatons. Thecontract provides This afternoon's events in- that the cotrmpnv b° reimbursed elude a gigantic parade which $9,954 from federal funds for is slated to get underway at raining costs, m turn, the com- 1:30. Many musical units botL panv will oa" the participants from points in Wisconsin and wa ges totaling $51,000 during the Michigan will be in attend- training periods. ance. Many drum and bugle j T'.-.ere be 15 trainees Keane Benches, Fines Pepitone NEW YORK (AP) — Joe Pepitone, the New York Yankees' $15 and $10. pany in the development of this "Pressing," Bonnie blue. Agriculture individuals, 14 and up—"Lighting," Allen Carlson, blue. ages one bogey Miss Smith said after Friday's play — temporarily threatened, but never interrupted by rain — that she took a putting lesson earlier "from my coach," Pine Lake pro Elmer Prieskorr who is advising sev- pros and 12 Soldier Gets Army Release LOS ANGELES (AP)— "This was purely a religious fast,' says a lanky ex-soidier "It was personal between myself anc God." Former Pvt. David R. Ovall, discharged from the Army a few hours earlier, added Friday: "I hope in the very near future to be eating again." Ovall, 23, was discharged al Ft. Monmouth, N.J because ol what Army officials described as "unsuitability for military service due to his defective attitude." The young soldier had sought unsuccessfully to be classified as a conscientious objector. Ovall's 17-day nunger strike led to his separation from the service. Ontonagon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Merle Colclasure and four children have returned to their home in Garden City after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Colclasure. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brown, Fair Haven, are spending three weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lefko. Miss Karen Kelly, Detroit, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Broadland. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Colgin and children have returned to South field, after spending their vacation visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Colgin and also the Freimuth family Mrs. Margaret Schooley has returned from Detroit and Maumee, O., where she spent five weks visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Horace W i 1- liams and daughter have returned to their home in Mt. Clemens, after spending a few days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Spotton and Mrs. Harold Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilding tiave returned to Detroit after spending a few days visiting rel- ,"-ttivei and friends here. j Swim Program Is in Progress MASS — The summer swimming program got underway on Monday, July 12, with Pat r i ck Monette as instructor and the Mass-Greenland Chamber of Commerce as sponsor. Children of the Mass, Greenland and Rockland areas from the age of 6 on up are eligible to take the course. It was also noted that if enough interest is shown by adults an early evening class will be set up for this group and will be held once each week Children's class hours are from IP a.m. to 2 p.m. each Monday through Friday, for the months of July and August. The children are being taken to Courtney Lake by bus. Greenland children meet at the Town Hall and Cat h o 1 i c Church--Mass children at the Town Hall and Hardy's Store —country children, home pick-up Rockland children are being brought to the Mass Town Hall A fee of $3 per family or single person is being charged Final registration was held last Saturday at Hendrickson's Store. If any further information is required, interested persons call Pat Monette. Rockefeller to Seek 3rd Term NEW YORK (AP) — Republican Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York says he doubts that anyone can talk him put of running for a third term in 1966. He also left open his ambition for the GOP presidential nomination. At a news conference Friday, Rockefeller said without qualification that he is running again. Rockefeller's announcement Jessen of Bonsall, Calif., and Friday came amid rumblings of < Kathy Whitworth, San Antonio, discontent among state Repub- Tex., were one over with 73 licans. each. The governor, just back from Former U.S. Open champion vacation at his Venezuelan' Mary Mills of Ocean Springs, ranch, said he is not giving any Mo, fired 38-39—77, but then time or thought on whether to withdrew because of an aching seek the presidential nomination ' shoulder again in 1968. I Miss Mann is paired for to- Rockefeller denied the GOP < day's play with Miss Spuzich was split in New York. He also and Miss Whitworth. Miss Smith eral of the 36 amat3urs here. Miss Smith birdied the first hole from eight feet, the 10th from 30 and the 13th from two feet. Her bogey came on the par five fifth with a bad drive and too strong approach. Clifford Ann Creed, the only other parbreaker with a 71, had birdies on the llth and 14th holes. Indianapolis pro Sandra Spuz- ich matched par with 37-35—72, and defending champion Ruth corps will perform, inclu ding i n each of the four OJT courses. Ironwood's own Blue Knight Tne se are for frame makers, Junior Drum and Bugle Corps, se wing machine operators, fur- which is now made up of many rnture assemblers (chair and of the former Iron County davenport) and cutters (ma-' uninhibited first baseman, was Drum and Bugle Corps mem- chine). Excepting for the course, slapped with a stiff fine and bers that broke up last fall. for cutters, which lasts eig h t benched indefinitely by Manag- Many floats are also scheduled weeks, the training periods for er Johnny Keane for reporting to take part in the parade. Friz- the other three occupations will late to the park and failing to es for the f oats are divided in- eacri ta k e 16 weeks. participate in batting practice to two categories, commerci a 1 Chester L. Walker, BAT field before Friday night's game with anr 1 non-comn-ercial. Prizes are representative in Mar q u e 11 e , | the Washington Senators, identical for both groups, $25, worked with officials of the com-! The Yankees won 9-5 with Ray Barker, Pepitone's replacement, getting two key singles and driving in a run. Pepltune, in a severe batting slump, was reprimanded by Keane and fined for arriving hours late. The amount of the fine was not disclosed, but was believed to be a large amount. Although he had failed to hit a ball fairly in four times at bat against Washington Thursday night, twice fouling out with the bases full, Keane had him in Fridays original line-up. But when the temperamental first baseman sat sulking in insisted there was no split between him and Sen. Jacob K. Javits, around whom Rockefeller dissidents appear to have rallied. In Washington, Javits dismissed reports that he wants to be governor or would try to persuade Rockefeller not to run again. will play with Miss Creed and Miss Jessen. Man 'Catches' Two Deputies DEXTER (AP) -A 79-year-old rural Dexter man's campaign to trap prowlers apparently was successful, but it landed him in the Washtenaw County Jail Friday on a charge of careless use of firearms. Grover Koch, owner of a bait and tackle shop four miles north ,A-DN »„ * T , of here, scored his first "catch" ea (AP)—Mount Langla, a 4,- Thursday night. His victims 000-foot volcano on an island in were two deputy sheriffs Island Volcano Erupts Today > PORT MORESBY, New Guin- the trust territory of New Guin! ea, erupted violently today. I The fate of 300 villagers liv- Deputies Terry Helgren, 23, and Robert Shaw, 26, stoppec their squad car to make a rou- 720 Missing, Dead in Flood SEOUL, Korea (AP)— About 120 persons were reported dead or missing today in the wake of torrential rains which flooded many low-lying areas in central Korea. About one-third of the casualties were reported from South Korean military establishments near Seoul and the Kangwon Province, east of the capital. The flood committee said about 150,000 were homeless. Property damage was estimated at $160 million. ing within five miles of the tine check of a trout pond. A mountain was unknown. I series of larcenies had been re- The volcano shot a stream of ported there, molten rocks, ash and smoke Officers said Shaw rattled the 1'J.OOO feet high. The flare from door of a nearby building to the summit could be seen from make sure it was lockeri and sel the New Guinea mainland, 60 off a charge of dynamite nearby miles south. An airline pilot who circled the column of spiralling ash report- that knocked both deputies to the ground. They were raked by shotgun ed a stream of lava was mov- pellets as they retreated to their ing toward the villages of Sag car, where they identified themselves by loudspeaker as sheriff's deputies. About 10 minutes later, Koch came out of his home 100 yards away, shotgun in hand, officers said. Sag and Agulupella. A government spokesman said, however, the villages probably were safe. Births Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Richter, Manchester, Conn., a daughter, Kay Susan, June 22. Mrs. Richter is the former Sandra Spagnoletti, South Bessemer, and Mr. Richter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Richter, Ironw o o d Township. Scotland Yards Trying Out a New Weapon LONDON (AP) — Scotland Yard is trying out a new weapon in the war against crime — hidden television cameras. Four mobile cameras are being used experimentally in the Soho and Mayfair districts of London. The cameras, concealed in trucks or buildings, will be linked by closed circuit to a West End police station. | Ticket Chairman for Testimonial Event WAKEFIELD —Carmen Del- liQuadri, general chairman of the testimonial dinners honoring Congressman Raymond F. Clevenger, scheduled tc be held , July 25, has announced the appointment of August J Tiber! as ticket chairman for Gogebic County. It is planned to hold two non-partisan dinners on July 25, one at 1 p.m. at Downings Restaurant in Mackinaw City and one at 6 p.m. at the House of Ludington in Escanaba The dinners are being held to raise funds for continuance of the travels of Congressman Clevenger, to his 23 counties in the district, at which timf he is endeavoring to cover 20 000 square miles of area in his travels. The toastmaster for the occasion will be Dr. Edgar Harden of Northern Michigan University, Marquette. The public is invited. Tickets for this event are available from Tiberi, and those planning to attend should contact him at the earliest convenience. Using Outboard Motors VENICE, Italy (AP) - The gondoliers of Venice have begun putting outboard motors on their graceful boats, carrying out a long-standing Threat. Electric Chair Not Deterrent to Crime ATHENS, Ga. (AP) ~ The electric chair is not a deterrent to crime, says Dr Frank Gibson, chief consultant to the State Pardon and Parole Beard now holding a hearing or capital punishment. Gibson, also a member of the University of Georgia faculty testified that despite state crime laws, Georgia has the highest number of prisoners per 100 000 population in the United States. Oldest Citizen of Alpena Dies at 102 ALPENA (AP) - Mrs. Margaret Lillian Brown. Alpena's oldest citizen, died Wednesday "* ^ of 102. Funeral ser- be held Saturday. Among survivors are- listed two brothers, Adam, 102, oi Perry Sound, Ont., and James, 92, of Motmorency County oj . th ne Station Is Approved The sion WASHINGTON (API- Communications Commis- announced Thursday approval of an application by Lake Superior Broadcasting Co. for a permit to operate an FM station on 95.7 megacycles at Marquette. Mich. The parade route will be from project, the intersection of Marque 11 e The Michigan Employment Seand Aurora Streets, traveling cur jt y commission participated west on Aurorg to Lawre n c e j n the selection of the unemploy- Street, left to McLeod Avenue, e d workers for the training in and then on to the Memori a 11 these four occupations. Building. | The children's parade was held last evening shortly before the rain storm, featuring h'u n- cireds of local children dressed in Indian garb, who received a large applause from the many townspeople and out of town persons who gathered to see the event. Road Accidents Take Six Lives By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A dance will be held at the Michiean's weekend traffic front of nis locker throughout Memorial Building at 9 after the de ath toll rose to six early: tne batting practice session, events. Minnesota Mine Will Be Closed DULDTH — Pickans Mather & Co., managing agent, has an- today. refusing to emerge from the The Associated Press tabula- clubhouse, Keane scratched him tion began at 6 p.m. Friday off th ^ 0 £l c j al ba l tin JL card and and ends at midnight Sunday, j msf "" " •"••"•* «»™« Robert Watkins, 40, of Flint N was killed early this morning would discuss the matter public- in Burton Township, Genesee lv - to response to inquiries County, when his car crossed! pane simply said, ' I m giving the center line and struck n ™ a .. rest - u . , „ ut Pepitone, when informed that another car head-on. Reuben Hurlburt, 36, of - - - Lapeer died today when the car '. , nounced that the Youngst o w n n n which he was a passenger ther Mines Corporation, owner of stru ck a horse on M-24 in Oxford! , A J tht ? ughn he gency assistance from federal agencies. Although the council meeting was closed, a staff member said it was considering emergency drilling of wells plus the transfer of water from areas which haven't been hit by the shortage. Even as the group met, th» U.S. Weather Bureau issued t special report which began: "The four-year drought now blanketing the most densely populated area of the nation is the worst — in extent and duration ever recorded in tht Northeast." The bureau said there might be above - normal rainfall through mid-August but that months or even years of above- average rainfall may be needed to restore normal conditions. The federal council, Secretary of the Interior Stewart L .Udall said, was considering both short-and long-range solutions to the problem, adding: "One of the major conclusions reached by all of the scientific people here was that the only prudent thing to do is for everybody to operate on the assumption there will be a fifth year of the drought." 3 Countries Fail to Livp lln to Anreement BRUSSELS (AP)—The executive commission of the European Common Market said today the the Rabbit Lake Mine at Cuyuna, Minnesota, will close down the mine effective July 31. As Youngstown Mines has no further need for the Rabbit Lake ore beyond the tonnage already shipped this season, production operations were discon- Township, Oakland County. An unidentified woman, about 55, died today when she was struck by a car at a Port Huron intersection. Lynda Lowe, 22, of Utica was was not talking, said,; tnree Benelux countries have I won t say anything ei-: failecl to llve up to an agree . i ment guaranteeing working leading tne W0 men the same pay scale as frt-^ci iv% Qrti^ r ** »-- — " is club with 38 runs batted in, Pepitone is hitting only .258, his lowest average since he joined the Yankees in 1962. killed today when she was a a car in passenger Hurley Issues -------- „, ---------- — „ ^.^u.. i vvmtji sue was a passenger •« • tinued yesterday. Work at the; gtruck ano ther car at a Troy P/linf propertv will be limited to that intPr^r-Hnn • 111111 The schedule for the distribu- propertv required for the orderly closing Ro bert G. Hilderbrant, 22, of of J? e pr °P ert y- Sanford, and Lyle G. Worsley, | tion of paint in the city of Hur- There are now 33 hourly and 30| of Midland, were killed Fri- ley is: five salaried employes at the day night wnen the car in Monday—July 19-8 a.m. to 4 which they were riding struck p.m.— Widows, pensioners or retired persons or totally disabled persons. Tuesday—July 20—8 a.m. to 4 Gladwin County. mine _ _ ^ An open pit mine, the Rabbit a "bridge'7n Buckeye"Town V ship" Lake is located on the Cuyuna ----- - 1 *° Range four miles northeast of Crosby Minn. It includes a portion of the old Kennedy Underground Mine, which was the first producing property on the Cuyuna Range. Development of the present pit, which started in 1943, included the removal of about 21/2 million yards of overburden by dredging in 1948-49. The first ore was produced in Record Fleet Starts Race p.m. — Home owners who occupy their own homes. The paint will be distributed in the area of the City Hall. No paint will be available for the surfaces of brick, cement or S-tTTVS-4 A /-t*-i / • -n>. —.1 -„, UWJ. 4.CAW.Q WA Ul AVsCY, VxCllldlt \J I CHICAGO (AP) - The 58th shlnglec , nomes . Palnt nowev er, . -- Mackinfac T ? a " d will be available for trim. eVnt ' Wl11 bfi; Due to the different types of launched today with a record pa j n t that will be distributed 1949. Demand for the ore has. fleet of 120 yachts competing. I Sersons ar e asked to read the been limited, particulary in re-j _ The longest fresh water race instructions on the paint can cent years, and total shipments in the world will begin at 1 p.m. I - ~ . . to date approximate 2 milli o n EST, with the smaller craft j before annllnatinn uejore application. tons. D. Govednik Attends Training Session getting under way first and five other sections following at 15- ininute intervals. Talisman, last year's overall winner owned by Chicagoan Foreign Wars Post will have a Dennis M Govednik of Iron- Geor S e Quandee, will be among social meeting at 8 tonight in Briefly Told The Iron County Veterans of wood ttendin a traine ses- wooa, unending a training ses- the intitlal Barters. Also in the the VFW Hall in Hurley. IQRQ 1963 certified public accountants, held July 11-16 at Elmhurst (111.) col- m ° n7epyn lege. Participants in the first level staff education program were 41 young men, all recent college graduates engaged by the firm of positions in the 12 offices comprising their northwestern district The purpose of the session was lo familiarize the new staff members with their duties andre- sponsibilities, and to give them the opportunity of bee o m i n g acquainted with other new em- ployes a well as the conference leaders. Personel of various company * ran ° ut of the 7pn im . e aUowance owned by WITH THE COLORS Tom and COLUMBUS, Ohio - Thomas n- * , Bill Schoendorf of Milwaukee. E . Korpi Jr. of Bessemer, has Mitena, a 72-foot sloop and completed four weeks of U. S. the fleet's largest entry owned Air Force training at the Tacti- by Paul D. Brown of Macatawa cal Air Command's Lockbourne Bay, Mich., is the scratch boat. AFB, Ohio. The vent could wind up as A member of the Air Force early as late Monday or contin- Corps (AFROTC) unit at Mich- ue well into Tuesday, depending igan Technological University, 'Houghton, Cadet Korpi is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Korpi of Rt. 1, Bessemer. He is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Cadet Korpi was engaged in upon the winds. Recommendation Made By Parliamentary Body ROME (AP) — A parliamen- tne flying . and su PP° r t Phas e s .^^, ^ „ _..._.,, tary committee investigating ?' operations at the Air Force offices, including partners, su- the 1963 Vaiont Dam disaster "stallation. A graduate of A.D. pervisors and managers, con- that claimed nearly 2,000 lives J 9 n "?ton High School, he will be ducted the program, which con- recommended Thursday night », g 5, for a PP oi " tm . ent as an sisted of classes and discussions that Parliament take steps to A r Force second 1ieuten a n l on topics related to accounting ensure the safety of persons liv- and auditing. ing near major water basins. Govertnik, who holds a B. S. j The committee said it was un- degree from Michigan Technolo able to fix blame for the tragedy ical University, has been as- Oct. 9, 1963, in northern Italy, signed to the Marquette office A huge chunk of mountain fell upon graduation and completion of AFROTC training. Aides Asked to Work Out Plans for Pakistan RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) - President Mohammed Ayut Khan has asked aides to work out steps to meet Pakistan's economic needs for internal resources if the United States holds up aid for this country, the Pakistan Press Association said today. Under an agreement the United States was scheduled to pledge $500 million for Pakistan by July 27, but it has asked for a postponement because congressional appropriations have to be made. Satellite Launch Has 47 men. The report said Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg have not complied with the Rome treaty calling for nondiscrimination in the six members of the European economic community. THE WEATHER TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Saturday, July 17, lIMtt. For 24 hr. period ending at 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 74|10 p.m. 68' 6 a.m. 53 4 p.m. 74ji\Iid!ii(!ht 60, a a.m. 58 6 p.m. 72] 2 a.m. 57'10 a.m 63 8 p.m. 701 4 a.m 57,11 a.m 69 Humidity 68 Barometer: 6 a.m. 29.91; 11 a.m. 29.W. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' High Low Free. Albany, cloudy 84 60 Albuquerque, cloudy 97 Atlanta, clear 86 Bismarck, cloudy .. 85 Boise, cloudy 92 Boston, clear 76 Buffalo, cloudy 82 Chicago, cloudy .. Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, cloudy 85 86 84 92 92 84 73 97 89 84 83 90 61 93 79 87 91 Miami, cloudy 86 82 85 Fairbanks, cloudy . Fort Worth, cloudy Helena rain Honolulu, cloudy ... Indianapolis, rain . Jacksonville, clear . Juneau, cloudy Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, cloudy Louisville, cloudy .. Memphis', cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls -St.P., cloudy 70 62 61 73 62 65 65 63 61 59 69 64 56 75 58 75 67 73 47 67 63 68 71 79 63 60 New Orleans, cloudy 90 74 New York, cloudy .. 86 68 Okla. City, cloudy .. 98 73 Omaha, clear 92 66 Philadelphia, cloudy 85 68 into the dam basin, sending tons WASHINGTON (AP) — Satel- of water over the dam lip. lite watchers at the Goddard Longarone and other villages Space Flight Center in Green-' Phoenix, cloudy Pittsburgh, cloudy Ptlnd, Me., clear . Ptlnd Ore., clear . Rapid City, cloudy Richmond, clear . St. Louis, cloudy . Salt Lk City, cloudy 94 San Diego, clear ... 74 San Fran., cloudy .. 62 Seattle, cloudy 82 Tampa cloudy 88 Washington, clear Winnipeg, cloudy 106 75 85 62 . 81 61 . 86 56 92 64 . 85 70 92 75 58 65 53 53 79 70 59 .02 .07 .55 .68 .81 T .02 .05 .05 .54 .18 .03 .06 00 74 (M-Missing) (T-Trace) .12 .39 below were wiped out. Board Adjourns Until Wednesday Afternoon Mathew Connors, Hurley city clerk, announced today that the Hurley Board of Review has adjourned until Wednesday July 23, at 1:30 p.m. Connors states that all persons wishing to discuss their tax assessment with the board must still do so by appointment. Applications for appointments may be 'obtained at the city clerk's office at Hurley. belt, Md., say a Soviet multiple- satellite launch of March 15 has spawned 47 separate orbiting parts. Officials said that represented an increase of 13 over their last report. RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:49. Sunrise to- Moonrise tonight Television Repairmen Must Have License HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Television repairmen must have a license to work in Connecticut under a new law. A commission will be named to administer the testing and licensing program. tonight. Nine moons companying Saturn. The first was found in 1655; the last in 1898. Sunday — Sunset 8:48. Suarise Monday 5:26 a.m. Moonrtse 11:35 p.m. The triangle formed by Vega, Deneb and high in the east at Altair is moonrise. Vega, the highest and brightest of these 3 stars, Is 71 light years from tht Earth.

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