Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 25, 1965 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 25, 1965
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 25, 19«f. Scholastic Awards Given at All Honors Assembly Friday WAKEFIELD—The scholastic section of the All Honors Assembly was held in the Wakefield High School gymnasium Friday at 9 a.m. with John Petranek, president of the student council, hi charge. The program began with the "Pledge of Allegiance by the assembly, followed by the selection "Joy of Spring" (Gustav Klemm) by the Girls Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Schlecht. The awards began with the School Boy Patrol, with Joseph Cvengros as sponsor. Capt a i n awards were presented to Richard Halberg and Tony Trolla: lieutenant awards to Peter Delich, Tom Flnco, Ronald Hill and Craig Honk a 1 a; patrolmen awards to Peter Bruno, John Carroll, Bob Doney, Bob Dossetto, Rex Elliott, Mark G o o d- rich, Gerald Grambow, J a m es Halberg, Robert Halverson, Regan Hill, Brian Jasberg, D a le Johns, Stanley Johns, Dan Juntilla, Ryan Korpi, John Kriz- narlch, Richard Kriznarich, Ronald Lake, Eugene Londo, Eugene Mattlla, John Mezzano, David Perry, Jerry Pikka, Bill Randall, Robert Rintamaki, Lowell Roderick, Michael Schweig, Jeffrey Seppa, Mark Stempihar, Kim Tomczyk, Future Teachers of America: Sponsors, Mrs. Grace Grav e s and Mrs. Ella Noll; certificates: Cynthia Allison, Mary Jo Batinich, Joellyn Beber, Betty Best, Darlene Bruno, John Cox, Carol Edmark, Mary Beth Gaik, Barbara Gembolis, Rosemary Gembolis, Jill Geroux, Linda Grabrick, Diane Halberg, Sa n d r a Halberg, Susan Halberg, Sandra Henderson, Barbara Hill, Paula J a r v i, Darla Jasberg, Kat h y Johns, Margaret Kaczmarek, Gail Keski, Kathy Koski, Sylvia Koski, Donna Lake, Anita Lane, Shirley Martinson, Joanne Perry, Barbara Pikka, John Petranek, Christine Radowsk, Elizabeth Rlngsmuth, Christine Rinta- maki, Barbara Salmi, G1 o r ia Skolasinski, Douglas Smith, Judy Smolcich, Marvin Suomi, Cheryl Tomczyk, John Valesano, Linda Wacker, Paulette Wertanen, Juliann Wirpio. The Alvin M. Bentley Foundation Scholarship for a t w o week summer workshop in government at Michigan State University was awarded to Shri ley Martinson. Echo awards: Mrs. Anna Mattson, sponsor; key awards: Shirley Martinson, John Petran e k, Barbara Salmi; certificates: Carol Edmark, Dennis Forney, James Franck, Mary Beth Gaik, Linda Grabrick, Sandra Henderson, Darla Jasberg, Gary Johnson, Margaret Kaczmar e k, Joanne Perry, Gary Rajala, Cheryl Tomczyk, Kathryn Wan- ink, Juliann Wirpio, Lillian Zielinski. Tatler: Sponsors, Mrs. Lempi Koivu and Mrs. Ann Mattson; keys: Darla Jasberg and Cheryl Tomczyk. Certificates: Jane Aho, Jean Ahonen, Mary Jo Batinich, Betty Best, John Cox, Judy Davidson, Carol Edmark, Jerome Franck, Mary Beth Gaik, Barbara Gembolis, Sandra Graves, Diane Halberg, Sandra Halberg, Susan Halberg, Sandra Henderson, Barb a r a Hill, Nancy Johnson,' Marga ret Kaczmarek, Gail Keski, Judy Koski, Lida Mae Korpela, Margaret Koski, Lydia Kuismi, Marlene Lane, Maria Martinson, Shirley Martinson, Joyce Mattson, Jqdy Mestnik, Gordon Miskovich, Sandra Morrison, Christine Orlich, James Radowsk i, Christine Rintamaki, Barbara Salmi, Anna Mae Witone, Kathryn Wanihk, Juliann Wirpio, Lillian Zielinski. Forenslcs: Coaches, Wayne Foster, Mrs. Grace Graves and Mrs. Mattson; certificates: Jean Ahonen, Joanne Capno, Judy Davidson, Renee Dil 1 o n, Ro s emary Gembolis, Jerry Geroux, Sandra Henderson, Roy hocking, Martha Lae, Christine Marchllk, Judy Mestnik, Albert Morrison, Barbara P i k ka, Arlene Potter, James Radowski, Judy Salmi, Bonnie Seppa, Robert Sharon, Jill Waslelewski. Band: Dire c t o r, Mrs. Schlecht; senior pins: Greta Berg, Diane Halberg, Sandra Henderson, Margaret Koski, Donna Lake, Christine Orlich, Jooanne Perry, Albert Salo, Gloria Skolaslnski, Anita Valesano, Carol Valesano, Kathryn Wanlnk Junior Letters: John Bruno, Domicella Flnco, Jill Geroux, Susan Halberg, Roy Hocking, Anita Lane, Richard Nurmi, Elizabeth Ringsmuth. Majorette pins: Christine Orlich, Carol Valesano; majorette letters: Betty Best, Sherry Graff, Gail Miskovich, Jill Wasielewski. Bonnie Bonello was elected to be a majorette for next year. The Arton award in music was awarded to Joanne Perry. Grayson, Paula Jarvi. Maria Martinson, Richard Nurmi, Arlene Potter, Carolyn Wanink. Selections, She Smileth' 'My Bonnie Lass, (Morley) and A piano award was presented to Sandra Graves. Student Council: Daniel Mest- nik, sponsor; president, John Petranek: vice president, Betty Best; seniors, Roger B u g n i, Dennis Forney, Margaret Kaczmarek, Marvin Suomi; juniors, Dawn Ekman, Domicella Finco, Jill Geroux, Mary Jo Tarnaski; sophomores, Gordon Moskovich, Mary Niemi, James Radowski, Bonnie Seppa, Ralph Wiita; freshman, Eileen Carlson, David Kaczmarek, Martha Lene, Toni Zielinski. Certificates of Educational Development (awarded to students who ranked in the upper 10 per cent based on national norms): Grade 10: Bruce Aho. Jean Ahonen, Sandra Graves John Koski, Roger Letcher, Judith Mestnik, Jose p h Negri, Marilyn Newman, R a y- mond Newman, Mary Nie m i, Jruce Pikka, Sandra Rand all, Bonnie Seppa, Carolyn Wanink. Grade 9: John Berga, Janice 3oetto, Joann Cappo, Eil e e n Carlson, Kathleen Kruger, R a y- nond Luoma, Jane Mazes, Karl Wanink. Certificate of Merit-Nation a 1 Merit Scholarship Testing Serv- ce—Certificate: Shirley Martinson. Ten top students, Class of 1965, Harry B. Sutter: James Trank, Mary Beth Gaik, Sandra Henderson, Darla Jasberg, Gary Johnson, Shirley Martinson, Joanne Perry, Barbara Sal m i, Cheryl Tomczyk, Juliann Wir- pio. Ten top students, floral presentation from the Michigan Education Association, by Lauri O. Maki, MEA President. Wakefield schools staff grants- in-aid, L. O. Maki; Barb a r a 3embolis, Gary Johnson, W i 1- liam Luoma. Scholarships, H. B. Sutter, Betty Best, Daniel Mestnik, Carl E. Kleimola. Shirley Martinson, Michigan State University and Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority and the Alvin M. Bentley Foundation Scholarship awarded by the Foundation to Michigan State University. Sandra Henderson, Michig a n Technological University and Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority. Gary Johnson, Michigan Technological University and Michigan Higher Education Asistance Authority. Forrest Maki, Michigan Technological University. Cheryl Tomczyk, Mich i g a n High Education Assistance Authority. Margaret Kaczmarek, Wa k e- field High School Student Council Scholarship. Gary Rajala, Wakefield Parent Teacher Association. Mary Beth Gaik, Connor Lumber and Land Company. Joanne Perry, Dr. H. A. Tressel Memorial scholarship and the American Legion Auxiliary Award. James Frank, American Legion Award. Mary Nleml was announced as the Student Council vice president 1965-66 and Jill Geroux was announced as the Student Council president for 1965-66. 9 fleeted to Co-op Board WAKEFIELD—At the Wake field Cooperative Association's meeting attended by 100 mem bers and guests, the follow i n g were elected as members of the Board of Directors: William Liuha, Carl E. Kleimola, Wayne Foster, Mrs. Emma Niemi, Mrs Lempi Saari, Arvid Nurmi, Car R. Olson, Carl Makela and John Kallinen. A resolution was passed that sometime during this summer a portion of the net savings wil be redeemed for the years 1940 1941 and 1942. A program consisted of voca selections by Mrs. Kaarlo Nie ml, accompanied by Mrs. Mar tha Patterson, vocal selections by the Music Men, accompan led by Sandra Lee Graves, and a movie on Camp Co-op-a-gan Refreshments and social hou followed the adjournment o the meeting. Legion Auxiliary to Meet on Wednesday WAKEFIELD — An importan meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Wednes day afternoon at 1 at the Legion quarters on River Street. Plan will be made for the Memoria Day celebration and election o officers will also take place a that time. Following the meeting refreshments will be serv e d and cards will be played. Memorial Rites leld at Meeting Of VFW Unit BESSEMER—Memorial serv- ces for 23 deceased members were held at the recent meeting f the County Seat Post, Vet- rans of Foreign Wars Auxil- ary. Officiating was Mrs. Raymond Passint, president, assis- ed by the senior and junior vice )residents, Mrs. J. B. Shifra and Mrs. Philip Perotti, respectively, nd the chaplain, Mrs. Carl "Memories" (Lebor and Grey) Madrigal Singers, under the direction of Mrs, Schlecht. Vocal music: Director, Mrs Schlect; senior pins: Or eta Berg, Donna Grayson, Diane Halberg,\Sandra Henderson. Darla Jajberg, Margaret Kac* marek. Donna Lake, Christi n e ,Orllcn, Barbara Salmi, Gloria .Skolaainskl, Cheryl Tbmexyk, Anita Valesano, Kathryn Wanink, JPaMletto Wertanen. 'Madrigal Singers: John Bruno, Rosemary Oembolis, Jerry Oeroux. Jill aeroiub Donna Newhouse. Officers were installed by past resident Mrs. Arthur G. Erickon, in ritualistic ceremonies. Mrs. Passint was installed jresident; Mrs. Shifra; senior ice president; Mrs. Perotti, u n io r vice president; M r s. "rank Hoffner, secretary; Mrs. William Rookala, treasurer; Mrs. William Holappa Jr ( , chap- ain; Mrs. Newhouse, conduct- ess; Mrs. John M. Newman, guard; Mrs. Lawrence Westeen, rustee for a three year term. Mrs. Thomas Vodopya, flag jearer; Mrs. Eanar Johns o n, >anner bearer; Mrs. Chester Jrassau, Mrs. Gust Takala and Mrs. Clarence Banfield. c o lor bearers, and Mrs. William Holappa Sr., patriotic insturctor. Committee chairmen were ap- ponted by the president as fol- DELICIOUS PASTIES ON SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY to eat here or take out EDY'S TIP TOP 21f Sophie St. Phone 061-4101 ows: Rehabilitation and serv i c e, Mrs. Banfield; membership and livil Defense, Mrs. Newhouse; national home, Mrs. John Cebolski; hospital, Mrs. Newman; Americanism and legislat i o n, Mrs. Shifra; youth activity and publicity; Mrs. Hoffner; c o m- munity service, Mrs. Brian Fafford, and cancer chairman, Mrs. W. K. Gray Sr. Reports by charmen were given as follows: Mrs. Cebolski reported that 11 residents of the National Home at Eaton Rapids are graduat- ng from high school in June; of these three are from Michigan. Hospital chairman Mrs. Newman reported on the visit to the Josephson Rest home in Ironwood and thanked members who took part. A report on the recent bake sake was given by Mrs. Hoffner and Mrs. Henry Takala, cochairmen. Reports on the 15th Distr i c t Convention, May 15 and 16, at :ron River were given by Mrs. Passint, Mrs. Newhouse, Mrs. Bruno Thomasini, Mrs. Lawrence Westeen, Mrs. Shifra, Mrs. William Rookala and Mrs. Hoffner, as follows: A school of instruct i o n was conducted in the morning by the 15th District president, Mrs. Patricia Allen, stressing proper pro- icdures In auditing books. At noon, a banquet held in the armory, was attended by about 200 said the delegates. Maj o r speaker was Raymond Cleven- jer, who was accompanied by W. E. Carroll Jr. Concern for economy of the area was expressed by Rep. Clevenger. Other dignitaries in attenda nee were Boniface R. Maile Jr., vice commander, and Mrs. Gladys Turner, past department auxiliary president. In a special ceremony, the VFW patriotic Essay cont e s t award was presented to Charles Held, a junior at the L. L. Wright High Schol, Ironwood, winner of the 15th Dist r 1 c t trophy. Reporting on the business session, local delegates noted that Mrs. Rookala, Bessemer, was elected 15th District treasurer; Mrs. Shifra, appointed 15th District historian; and Mrs. Gray was re-appointed district pianist, at the election of officers. A report on the School of Instruction in Ironwood on April 27, by Mrs. Hoffner, noted that the Michigan Department president, Mrs. Edith Brown, Detroit, spoke on the duties of president; Mrs. Emma Momber, Royal Oak, senior vice president, and Mrs. Evyline Woodc o c k. Lansing, junior vice president, respectively in the duties of secretary and treasurer. In a special report on Michigan, Mrs. Hoffner, Bessem e r "Our Heritage" chairman, presented a brief history of Michigan written by George S. May, research activist of the Michigan Historical commission. Beautification of the grounds of the Veterans Memorial on the location of the high school, in under the direction jointly, of the auxiliaries of the VFW and Legion, said Mrs. Passing. Mrs. Perotti and Mrs. Cebolski were appointed to the project. A donation was authorized for the 4th of July fund. Plans for the celebration of the silver Anniversary held Sunday, opening at 6 p.m., were reported by Mrs. Hoffner. May birthday anniversari e s celebrated during the soc i a 1 period honored Mesdames Perotti, George Aijala and Brassau. Mrs. Holappa and Mrs. Charles Rastello donated the birthday cakes, which were served by the anniversary trio. Bernard Michelli Is Named 7964-65 'Citizen of the Year' Wakefield Briefs J. Chiomento Heads Firemen RAMSAY — James Chiomento was elected chief of the Bessemer Township fire department succeeding Oscar V. Peter son who served as chief during the past year. The election was held at the annual meeting Saturday night in the firemen's quarters n the Ramsay Town Hall. Other officers elected are: Arv i d Anderson, assistant chief; Lous Chlebowski and Chester Turua, 1st and 2nd foremen, respec- iively, of the 1st precinct; John Stefanik and Melvin Jacobson, 1st and 2nd foremen, respective- y, of the 2nd precinct; Peter Pairolero, secretary; Whit n e y Johnson, treasurer. Chiomento and Ander son were appointed delegates to the Upper Peninsula Firemen' Tournament to be held in Ishpeming Aug. 5, 6 and 7. Chlebowski and J. Stefanik were appointed alternates. Lunch and refreshments were served after the meeting. Post Office Schedule For Memorial Day Told RAMSAY — Acting Postmaster George F. Favero announced that the Ramsay Post Office wil observe regular holiday sched ules on May 31-a federal holiday by virtue of the fact that Maj 30, the usual Memorial Day hoi iday date, is a Sunday. Special delivery service wil be provided, and outgoing mai will be dispatched on a norma holiday schedule. The post office lobby will re main open from 8 to 11 in the morning. Brian Newman, who is employed in St. Paul, spent the weekend visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Newman. Members of the Ameri can Legion, Geroux Post, who will Join in the Memorial Day parade are asked to meet at the post home on River Street Monday at 8:30 a.m. or at the Cloon's Motor Sales at 9 a.m. The parade will start promptly at 9:30 a.m. and proceed to the cemetery. v The Bible School teachers will meet tonight at 7 in the parish building of the First Lutheran Church. A series of evangelistic meetings are being conducted each night through Friday at 7 p.m at the Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Richard Turley in charge. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nov a k have returned from Stevens Point, Wis., where they spent several days visiting their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Novak and family Daily Glob* classifieds ««t result* BESSEMER — Bernard Mi- helll was the recipient of the Citizen of the Year" award for 964-65, at a banquet held Sat- rday night in the Legion club ooms here, with the local Post 7 American Legion, the host as well as the sponsor of the proj- ct. About 60 citizens were In at- endance. Michelli was presented with gold plaque, as a symbol of his honor. Mrs. Felix Slomkow- ki and Frank Guzzo, runners- up, received citations. Others, who could not be present were 'aul Stelger, Mrs. Domenlc Pirone and Mrs. Jennie Hoffner. Letters of regret at not being ible to attend were read from Mr. Steiger and Mrs. Pltrone. All nominees were highly commended by C. E. Richards, Wa- ersmeet, who was the toastmaster. He praised them for heir outstanding contributions o their community during the past year which were "over and above their regular line of work." He remarked, "When we hink of the turmoil and con- licts in the world, it is gratify- ng to have the spotlight focused on those citizens who .are devot- ng their lives to building up, rather than tearing down the principles of democracy." The evening's festivities began with a prayer by Chaplain Elmer Irickson, the Pledge of Allegiance and a welcome by Wiliam Maki, commander of Oed- da-Cyschoz Post. Following the banquet, Micheli, program chairman, intr o - duced Clinton Evsich and Richard McDermott, who entertained with vocal-guitar sel e c t i o n s 'Mrs. Brown, You've Got a L,ovely Daughter" and "Kansas :ity Here I Come;" and vocal- luitar selections by little Holly facobson, accompanied by her jrother, Jay, with "Please, Please Me." All were greatly :njoyed by the audience. In introducing the speaker of the evening, Alfred Wright, Toastmaster Richards said, 'Because of his leadership in numerous civic projects in Ironwood, where he is presen 11 y serving as mayor, no one was better qualified to speak on an occasion of this type, for he typ- fied the ideal citizen." Wright, after paying tribute to the Legion for initiating the 'Citizens of the Year" project, and to the candidates for hav- ng qualified, said that, because of the nature of the occasion, Bessemer Briefs The Veterans of Foreign War Auxiliary Baton and Drum Corps will meet for pract i c e Wednesday from 4-5 p.m. on the gr o u n d s of the Washingt o n School. In the event of rain, the practice will be in the Veterans Memorial Building. The Bessemer City Counc 1 will meet in special session thi evening at 7:30 to act on the tax appropriation bill and to trans act other items of business. Good Manners Make Friends Loyalty begins at home. ATTENTION-ELECTRIC CUSTOMERS IN BERGLAND, MERRIWEATHER AND NORTH END OF LAKE GOGEBIC: There will be on electric service interruption for about 1 V4 hours because of highway construction starting at daybreak on Wednesday, May 26. In cast of inclement weather this work will be postponed on* day. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION. LAKE SUPERIOR DISTRICT POWER COMPANY In your community of Bessemer by the will and determination of three citizens you are he had chosen to speak on 'Our Leadership Responsibility." No more appropriate or timely talk has ever been given, according to those who heard and enjoyed every serious point which was clearly and poignant- ly brought out, as well as the humor which was cleverly Inserted to Illustrate them. He reminded the group that each has a greater responsibility to his local government and community affairs than he has to world-wide or national problems, because "it means much more to be one of 2,000 or 10,000 people than to be one of two million or 100 million. There are many to share with us on a state or national level, but the events and decisions on a local level affect fewer people and we have to make wise decisions of our community will pay the penalty. There is real kinship among those who care, even if they don't always agree. At least they don't belong to the Indifferent, the unconcern e d, they can't be bother, or the just-don't-care elements. You people here tonight, by your very presence, Indicate that you care about your community," the speaker said. The the audience listened intently as he quoted from an article printed In a recent magazine, which was written In 1916 on the occasion of the inauguration of the Municipal Council in Olouscester, Mass., and which is just as appropriate today as it was then. It concerns the residents of a community. Three real problems confronting our country today, according to Wright are: The indifference of our people to their responsibilities as citizens; our free capitalistic system, and our moral and spiritual values. Of the first he brought out that the average Mr. American is reluctant to assert his rights as an individual, but quick to assert his rights as a member of a group, relying more upon his labor union, his comp any, veterans group, trade union or his government than upon himself. With this as the trend today, what is going to happen in years to come? What will be the condition of our Democracy, when the individual is deteriorating as he is? How much freedom are we going to retain? "We need to return to the philosophy of Patrick Henry when he said, 'I know not what course others may take, but as for ME, give me liberty or give me death." It is Important to note that he did not want the law to enforce someone else to do as he wished. He was stating the very essence of liberty, but he was respecting the rights of each individual to be free to follow the dictates of his own conscience. "Each one of us Is an important person. Just look at the good which has been accomplished honoring speaker. Of the tonight," said the free capitalistic system the speaker brought out the thought that our fathers founded a nation built on the eternal but newly recognized principles of liberty, equality and opportunity and we have proved the fundamental value and validity of these principles, becoming un- The banquet was prepared bj] Mrs. Ann Maki, who received ft vote of appreciation. Tables were made festive with" spring flowers enhanced by candle light. A social hour with dancing followed the banquet. Golden Age Club to Meet on Wednesday BESSEMER—The Bessem « r der them in less than two cen- Golden Age Club turies the happiest, richest and i Wednesday at 2 p. ! „..._ .__...___ i._ ii_ _ TPa i-v on; Rpninr fM.17 will meet m. at tha most progressive nation in the world. Even with all the ups and downs, we have never sacrificed our national independence. This is a free capitalist system. Fair view Senior Citizens recrea- tiion rooms. Social activities will entertain after the business session. Hostesses will tae Mrs. Julius they are not dirty words. In'our Trappa, Mrs James Proctor and country the capitalists are the millions of Little People who are denying themselves some of the luxuries of today for the necessities of tomorrow. In closing he stressed the moral and spiritual values sayi n g that we must return to the principles of human and spiritu a 1 values' that existed in the early years of our nation. A sound foundation is essential to permanency and durability. If the basic foundations of our whole society, the home, the school and the church deteriorate, what possibility is there that our social structure will survive. Th°. strength of our nation is directly proportionate to the moral fiber of our people. The kind of America we have tomorrow depends on the kind of America we make today!" Last year was the first year that the citizenship award was made. Martin O. Lamoreux won that honor for his 30 years of community service. Runners-up last year were Mrs. W. W. Gray and Mrs. Jennie Hoffner. Mrs. Anna Vukovich. Ramsay Briefs Mrs. James Giacherio left by plane yesterday for Washington, D. C., where she will visit with her son, Gordon. He will accompany her back to Ramsay for a visit at his home. TRANSISTORIZED IGNITION SYSTEMS nationally advertised brandi complete .at just AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Cor. Ayer 8t Mansfield Di. 932-0900 the sun always shines for For the long Memorial Week end ahead, select your SUN-FUN fashion* from our complete stock. JAMAICAS sizes 10 to 20 Aileen KNIT BLOUSE sleeveless and with sleeves 1 M »5> 5 KNEE PANTS sizes 10 to 20 2 98 «» Ail-nKni, - QC •• QC Jamaica* & Slacks 4 to 5 Cotton SLEEVELESS BLOUSES r«° WOMEN'S JAMAICAS & MID-CALFS 1«».2 98 2 98 & O5Q —want K **** to 40 O Dollar for Dollar... Your Clothing Monty Ooos Further at. The ABELMAN Co. South Sophio •ottomor Phone 663-4411 What s All Tlie Laughing... Shouting And Cheering About???? . About an eight-year-old mathematical genius who writes love letters to a French Movie Queen.. Produced and Directed by Screenplay by HENRY HOSIER- HHKANIER WEDNESDAY! • EVES. 7.00 & 9:00 Fred Kohlmar rmnR productkm vULUIiBv DELUXE CINEMASCOPE RONWOO ENDS TONIGHTI TONY CURTIS DEBBIE REYNOLDS "GOODBYE CHARLIE" IRONWOOD Open 8:00 • Starts 9:00 Starts WEDNESDAY! ALL-COLOR PROGRAM 'TNiy Curtis Natalie Wood Henry Fonda Lauren fiacall Mel Ferrer .- u:.'.'rK«pi-,.«r r ,,, cor . T9tnTOBTm , ta cOUNTBASIE and HIS ORCHESTRA TECHNICOLOR'- Prlttnted by WARNER BROS I PLUS! H* scitM's mioliuesl encilemenls no on me rampage! Robert Mittm EIH 'Jack Hawkhs Screenplay b» ROBERT I.HOLT and MARGUERITE ROBERTS • Dir TECHNICOLOR® Denied by WARNER BROS WILLIAM FAOIMAN

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free