Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 13
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SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Housing., School Aid Bills Signed By Gov. Romney LANSING (AP) -Gov George Romney Friday signed a measure designed to force repair or even allow removal of substandard dwellings in which the owner does not reside It was among 34 measures housing projects for senior citizens, or other special groups. —Provide that in all townships, candidates for township offices shall be nominated at primary elections rather than by caucus, as now Is done in about one-half Michigan's townships. signed by the governor, including a $524.1 million school aid bill—up $87.9 million from 196465—and a motor vehicle accident claims fund The housing measure gives owners 90 days to correct viola- lions, and then allows the local government unit to make repairs and charge the owner for them. If no oiie has lived in the dwelling for six months, the local unit can either repair or remove the property If the owner does not pay the charges, they become a lien upon the property. Romney also signed a bill allowing a court, five years after the conviction of a person under 21, to set aside that conviction if the person's behavior since then warrants it. Mrs. Carles Excluded would be persons turned to her who had been convicted of more'nace, after spending a few clays than one criminal offense or an visiting her father, Axel N y offense punishable by life im- garcl. Her daughter, Jill, re- prlsonment. j mained for a longer visit with Eight of the bills signed Fri- ! her grandfather, day affect senior citizens. They Miss Repischak Is at Minneapolis Hospital The Occupational Therapy Department at Western Michig a n University recently announc e d the new placement of 33 students on affiliations. Nine months of affiliations are required for regist.ratiort as an occupational therapist Placements are made in lie area of psychiatry, general medic i n e and surgery, physical disabilities and pediatrics in a variety of types of hospitals throughout the United States. These affiliations constitute the fifth year of preparation for occupational therapy students. These students include Ellerine P. Repischak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Repischak, 624 Balsam St., Ironwood, who is affiliated with the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnes o t a . She is a 1961 graduate of Luther L. Wright High. Ontonagon Briefs 'All Graduate' Reunion to Be Held at Rockland July 24-25 Labor Festival Plans Finalized; Format Differs ONTONAGON — In spite Of the uncertainty that surrounds the scheduled reconstruction of River Street, the Ontonagon La- toor Festival Committee decided al a recent meeting to finall z e plans for another in the long series of Labor Day celebrations prograirT of semf-classical music ROCKLAND — RockJand will'open Saturday, July 24, with • be a busy town on July 24 and;Parade down the main street ot 25, when an "Ail Graduate" reunion will be held for graduates Rockland at 11 a.m. Mrs. Emily Cheyak. a gradll- from 1895 to 1965 to reminisce' ate of the first class of Rock- with former classmates and to land High School in 1895, will take part in the two day cele- be the guest of honor. Her of- bration The reunion will officially ficial escorts will be members peat appearance here by Joan Volek and her husband, Frederick Gersten, who will present a CHILDREN'S PARADE HELD—Prior to the rain storm that postponed the rededication of the Hiawatha Statue and the crowning of Miss Ironwood for 1965, the children's parade was held Friday evening through Ironwood's business district. Hundreds of children, majority of them dressed as Indians, participated in the parade which came down McLeod Avenue, went north on Suffolk Street, and then down Aurora Street. There were also many decorated buggies, bicycles and wagons. The children received a 25 cent prize for entering. (Daily Globe Photo) here. This year's Labor Fest i v a 1 i celebration will again be ded- \ icated to providing residents of this area with a weekend of family entertainment, although the format of the celebration will differ from those of previ o u s years. The gigantic Labor " Day pa include a measure , prohibiting an insurance co.'npany from canceling or increasing premi- Nancy Ruotinen and Susan i Lahti have returned from the I Fortune Lake Bible Camp where urns or failing to renew" automo-i they spent a week bile coverage after ? person is 65, if he still has a valid driver's license. They also include expansion of medical assistance for the Corps Seeks State Title At Lansing ONTONAGpN — The Onton- '' agon Mountaineers Drum and Bugle Corps left at 4 Thursday morning to compete in the American Legion State C o n - vention at Lansing. This is the celebration that will determine the new State Drum and Bugle; Corps champions for 1965. ; Only four corps will represent the Upper Peninsula this year, namely, the Mountaineers, the Munising Silver Echoes, the. Menominee Northernaires and Louisville eye surgeon. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE that evening. During the day Saturday the annual Maxwell Street S i d e- •valk Sale will take place on the streets of Ontonagon In the invent the street is under construction, the bargain sale will be conducted inside the stores. Parade officials are presently of the graduating rlass of 1965. At 3 p.m. the alumni will meet in the high school gymnasium where a pageant on t h e history of Rockland and the high school will be given. Following the pageant, classes will hold informal get-togethers in the high schooi building. A banquet is planned for Saturday evening for about 400 alumni. The Altar Society will prepare the banquet that -vil! be served at the Community Hall. Dancing to live music will begin in the Community Dr. Hutcherson is a unique type of medical expert but our country needs mo r e like him. So analyse this case with double care. Then imitate his missionary zeal, both for God and our country. It is growing late, but we can still save the goose that lays the wonderful giud- en eggs if we act fast and resolutely! passport for heaven, but was not intended to indicate any serious medical ailment." implacable foe of Communism, so he and his devote wife. Faith, working on the possibility of at"9:30 p.m. rade, held on Monday in past again obtaining a flyover of jet Building aircraft for the mammoth pa-| on Sunday, memorial serv- rade that will begin at 2 p.m. ices will be conducted at t h e Sundav. Woodlawn Cemetery at 11:30 As in the past, all civic a.m. groups, business olaces, frater- w O Milde superintendent tttat will be here for that day. na i organizations, individuals and of the Dollar Bay schools and If the main street should be O tn e r groups have been invit- former Rockland teacher, will ed to compete for the hundreds give the memorial address. In of dollars in prize money that memory of departed alumni, will be awarded. Youth groups roses will be placed at the foot withmemberships of 12 years of, of the flagpole by their class- years, will be staged this year at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 5, in order to utilize the talents of the; many drum and bugle corps j from all over the midwest unusable that day, the parade route will follow one of the auxiliary streets. Seven drum and bugle corps will : i fprmance in a competition per- age or older are eligible to enter i mates. under the stars at i the Sunday parade. ' Sunday afternoon has been CASE W-448: Dr. J. Kenneth Hutcherson is a p r o m 1 n ent S a^d'S^sion oflhe sa^"" >»vc returned to Milwaukee the current State Champions, the Ishpeming Blue Notes. This four day trip is routine for the road-happy Mountain... . ,, ,„ . .. _ eers who are often heard but Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Cor-; se]dom seen locally because of their busy engagement schedule. i Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Randle! man. Carlisle, la., are visiting 1 their son in law and daughter, : Mr. and Mrs. Roy Muskatt. $140 a month benefits to those in forspending a few days visit- Tne corps was away dl ,ring the ' medical care facilities as were extended in 1964 to those in convalescent homes. Romney signed bills creating three new boards or councils— a law enforcement officers training council, a state fire Mrs. C. D. Riley. But he is also a devote layman leader of his church, so he f«sked me to come down and deliver an address from its pulpit on the topic, "Jesus — The World's Greatest Applied Psychologist." „_. .. ,, ---.- „ o -— I arrived on Saturday night, aunt, MI . ana t h r e e-day Independence D ay so we stopped at his suite o f the Athletic Field Sunday eve- carry on a constant campaign n i n g t besides appearing in the pa- to support our American Repub- rade that afternoon, lie with its superb "free enter- Participating will be the Chor- pnse" system. delaires of Milwaukee^ the Every patriotic Americ a n , Mercury Thunderbolts of Cedar- whether In business, the pro- DUrg) Wis., the Eau Claire Boys cefe'bration fessions, in labor unions or o n corps of Eau Claire, Wis., the the ' so erson as a splendid example. Echoes, the Iron River Legion- bem o a n e ttes and the Ontonagon Moun- _, _ . taineers. SfnOll Flf^ftf^n Labor Day itself, Monday,! JV.1 fl/fI fc f CCCCU Sept. 6 will be devoted to the en-' Merchants and firms in this left open so that members o 1 area will be contacted shortly the 70 graduating classes a t« by the Labor Festival Commit- tending can hold informal gath- tee regarding their annual con- erings before the reunion comes tribution toward the financial to.a-close. support of the Labor Festival The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Method i s t A fireworks display Monday' Church will sell noon lunches rEr™ «vT,iH Hr, i.i,»«• . Corps of Eau Clalre ' wis 'i the A fireworks display Monday Church will sell noon lur ic farms should do likewise, B ells of St. Mary's of Rhine- evening will conclude the 1965 during the two-day reunion. ) I am holding up Dr. Hutch- lan(lcr the Munising Silver celebration. i Coffee socials held throuf I'cnn QC Q cnlnru-HH «avamr»lo -^_, i,_ _ -r «• T t \**,*\-wi UUAVSA*. t ..... c weekend and the past weekend medical offices. Mrs. M. Stefanich Honored by Family ONTONAGON — Mrs. the unit was in Negaunee for I the Centennial celebration. Drum Major Dan Guzek has And I noticed several unusual aspects thereof. For on his magazine very It isn't enough to the rapid tread toward Socialism in our great country o r wring our hands in dismay. We should get out and actually do something to fight this i trend! \ "Faith without works," says the Bible, "is dead!" j Meaning that patriotic ideals and loyalty to this Republic are been having the corps practice was a copy of the Bible! Head of Board ONTONAGON — Wilfred J. Schon, secretary of the Ontonagon School Board, was elected An old-fashioned holiday cele- president of the Gogebic-Onton- bration schedule aimed at the agon Intermediate School Board table' not very effective unless they children will follow the parade,'! at a meeting held in Bergland. tertainment of the children of the area. Labor Festival officials have designated Monday as "Kid's Day" and are planning a children's parade for 1 p.m. throughout the occasion will be free of charge and sponsored by t h e alumni committee. A museum recalling the old days will be open througho u t the reunion. are harnessed. ; Some of the Mar-1 for five hours each day. during safety board and a state board garet Stefanich, Norwich Road, the time it is home, and the How many medical, dental or law offices have you readers many actlvi ties Without this strong Republic,' planned are watermelon and where would the United N a - pie-eating contests, greased pole Schon has been a member of the Ontonagon School Board for 22 years and has served as Top Half Scores in , Bridge Are Listed ONTONAGON — Seven couples attended the regular session of the Duplicate B r 1 dge Club Wednesday evening with top half scores recorded b y of horology — to regulat watch was honored at a family gather- long hours of repetition are ; ever visited where a Bible was ing at the home of her daughter slowly paying off. Mrs. Catherine Jenkins, S u n day. in observance of her 80th birthday anniversary. A n o t her The schedule of some of the engagements is as follows: available as part of the reading material for patients? Dr. makers. Other signed bills: — Permit continuation of a workmen's comoensation claim so dependents of ar> employe Daughter, Mrs. Rose Pestka, Alumni homecoming parade, 11 every one of them he also has who dies of a cnuse unrelated Milwaukee, a s s i s t e d at the " to the compensate iniury may event. A highlight of the party collect benefits ' accrued until was a cook-out which w as the time of death. served to Mrs. Stefanich's child-Provide tax exemption for ren . their husbands and wives, leased as well as owned vehicles her grandchildren and gre a t- ances during the Fortorama of public authorities operating grandchildren celebration, mass transportation systems. rions be, as well as the Inter- climbs, races, and'sawdust piles, its secretary for 20 years. His Mrs / Walter Klapperich. Mrs hiding a child's fortune in coins, service on the Intermediate c - L - Marley, 28; Mrs. Francis Our country is the generous All of the children of the area Board spans a period of 16 ^ uman - Mrs - Harold Holmes, national Red Cross, etc? a.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, Park Wis., parade at 1 p.m. competition to follow. Falls, with a big stack of pocket containing the Gospel John. "I give one of them to each booklets of St . USE DAILY GI.OBfc WANT-AJDS —Make possible Hit use of urban renewal land for public j ATTENTION! Anyone who may have witnessed the accident in which Walter Silvestri was fatally injured please call 932-2676. K of C Picnic to Be Held on Sunday ONTONAGON — The Knights of Columbus will hold their annual picnic at the Ontona g o n Township Park, Sunday, July 18. Refreshments will be ready beginning at 1 for both children and adults. A variety of games will be set up for the afternoon. The next meeting of t h e Aug. 6 and 7, Duluth, appear- patient," he said. 1 "But once an amusing plication arose. I had middle RELIABLE also has SPV goose that has been lavin £ 8' old - have been invited to participate years and he is presently also ™' 2 ' Mr . s - J ames Halama, Mrs. Saturday July 24 Rockland prai pWminYns-'rnnmq nnri in en e SS s for us an d the rest of in Monday's events. Children un- a member of the Ontonagon £.. H - w - llcox - 27; Mrs. M e r 1 in wKinaay, juiy M. KocKiana. eral examining rooms and in the WQrl(L tOQ der 12 can entep ^ tricy- Township Board. Schon is a na- Kin S- Mrs - Marvin Hevnske, 24. If the goose is killed, it might cles, bicycles, buggies and cos- > titfe of Ontonagon and is em-' be 1,000 years, be.fore such tumes in the parade as well as ployed as a foreman in the j freedoms would again prevail taking their pick of the activities smelter at the'White Pine Cop- 1 anywhere on this planet that follow .the parade. ; per Company. Se send for my booklet "How Another innovation this year Other officers elected at the to Save Our Republic," enclos- will be a consolidation into one re-organizational meeting in ad- event of the queen judging and dition to Schon were: Vice Presi- coronation. The judging will take dent, C. E. Richards, Waters. i place on Thursday, Sept. 2, and meet, former superintendent o f (Always write to. Dr. Crane in the New Miss Ontonagon County the Watersmeet District and df- care of this newspaper, enclos- will be selected, announced and rector of the Michigan A s - ing a long stamped, addressed crowned that same evening. • sociation of School Boards; trea- envelope and 20 cents to cover Friday evening the annual Cor-' surer, R. Ernest Dear. I r o n - onation Ball will be staged at wood, superintendent of the the Ontonagon Comm unity Ironwood Schools, and Sec- Building, tary, Henry Haskins, Bergland, . Saturday's celebration activi- Intermediate School District sup- ties will be highlighted by a re-1 erintendent. i A. Daniels Family Holding Its Reunion ONTONAGON — Se v e ra 1 members of the Allen Daniels family, Ontonagon, are reunited for the first time in 16 years. Among those home t o visit their father, Allen Daniels, and their brothers and sisters in this area are Mr. and -Mrs. Layton Daniels and daughter, Eureka, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs a middle aged man. j "As he was ready to leave, I; handed him a prescription for 1 glasses and a 1 s o a copy o f ' John's Gospel. "I told him he cquld have the first prescription filled at t h e optical company down the street. "But I said he'd get the one filled in heaven. ; "Well, Dr. Crane, I didn't think anything more about it till I late that night. "Then my telephone rang and a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. typing and printing costs when you send for the one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The H o.p kins Syndicate, Inc.) | Plumbing Fixtures and Workmanship it our motto. CALL 932-0793 . . '". or 932-3030 A. EVAR ANDERSON & SON Mich. * Wis. Licensed Master Plumbers Knights of Columbus will be Richard Daniel's and three child- • this man>s daughter fearfully in- ViftlH Tiioorfnit mmfiifin- T«.l». nr? _ _ . . - _ _ __ rtnf vori Virmr V\ar1 Vim* /o<-V*«*•*•« held Tuesday evening, July 27, at the Eagle Hall. USE DAILY GL.UBK WANT-ADS CARPENTER WORK COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL Remodeling Home Construction — Finishing FREE ESTIMATES GUST GIANCOLA, INC. DIAL 561-4906 General Contractor ren, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Doiv othy Thebeau, Kathy and Pat, 1 Cadet, Mo.; Mrs. Kath e r i n e Eberhard and children, Lansing. Mrs. Evelyn Everett of Elyria, O.; Mrs. Joyce Eberhard of St. Johns arrived T h u r s - quired how bad her father's condition really was. "I replied that he was O. K. except that he needed new glasses. Then I asked why she seemed to alarmed about him. "She said that her father day evening. Two other sisters, f am< : h ° me thinking he was go- Mrs. Ardell Lobeck and Miss lng to cUe soon because I had in live Ontona- ! Ruth Daniels, i gon. ! One son, Francis, is currently I serving with the armed forces I in England and the younge s t son, Edward, is in Los Angeles and is unable to attend the reunion. An open house reception is being held this afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and) Mrs. Ardell Lobeck, Cranberry j Road, at which time friends i and relatives may visit with the family while they are here. informed him that he would get that s e co nd prescription filled in heaven! 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