Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 11
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IRCi-IWOOD DA!U GIGEE. IRCNWOOD, MICHIGAN RIVEN Orioles' Miller Floats Like Butterfly, Stings Like Bee By DICK COUCH Who floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee? Stu Miller. Who else? Miller, Baltimore's soft- throwing relief artist, danced through the Kansas City batting order for two innings Tuesday night, protecting the Orioles' 63 victory over the Athletics and Salmon Planting Starts in State TORCH LAKE ('API — Gov. George Romney will throw out the first fish Thursday when the State Conservation Department starts its experiment of planting young Kokanee salmon in Michigan. The governor will release a pailful of salmon at the mouth of Wilkinson Creek, • on the northeast corner of Torch Lake. Antrim County. The salmon eggs, imported running his own scoreless string through 11 consecutive appear ances. The victory, fourth straight for the Orioles, moved them within three games of the American League lead. First- place Chicago dropped a 7-5 decision to Detroit, Minnesota blasted Boston 17-5 and Washington swept, a 7-3, 6-5 doubleheader from the Los Angeles Angels in other.AL night action. Vic Davalillo drove in four runs with a pair of homers as Cleveland downed the New York Yankees 5-1 in an afternoon game. Miller, who has been wafting I his off-speed pitches past big- I league hitters since 1952. saved I fellow reliever Harvey Haddix' I first 1965 victory with his two- j inning stint against the Athlet- i ics. : Starting pitcher Milt Pappas had smacked a bases-loaded Roosevelt Has Honors Program At School Gym Thirty-six ninth grade s t u dents and their guests, attending the 21st annual honors convocation in the Roosevelt School gymnasium, Ironwood Township, heard Supt. Herbert Matt son announce the names of Gary Champion, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Champion, 811 Sun set Road, and Gail Wahlb erg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wahlberg, Junet Road, first COMPLETES TRAINING Airman Peter O. Aaltonen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lares L. Aaltonen of Rt. 1, Ironwood, Mich., has completed Air Force basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas and has been selected for technical train- Federal Camping Sticker Is Sold KENTON - Raymond Lepola. W a 11 o n, Michigan, p u r chased the first recreation-conservation sticker on the Kenton District. Ottawa National Forest This $7 sticket will allow Lepola and occupants of his cai to enter federal recreation ar e a s throughout the United States where • charge is norm a 1 ly made. Campgrounds on the Kent o n District where charges will be made are Norway Lake Perch Lake, and Kindey Lake, beginning June 15 For those campers not wishing ' to purchase the $7 annual auto ; sticker, a daily or seasonal ticket will be available. The daily : rate will be 50 cents per person . 16 years of age and older per , night. The seasona; rate Is ' S2.50 per person 16 years o! age anc.' older The seasonal Uck e t 1 wili be good only for cha r g e campgrounds on the Nation a 1 Forest where purchased. Charles will be made for camp* , ing only. There will be no charge , for picnicking, boat launching, or swimming. ' Recreation-conservation stick-1 j ers, daily and seasonal tickets ' will be cm sale at the Kent o n Ranker District, Office in Kenton. Yugos 1 a v 1 a ranks f o u r th i among European countries In , consumption of alcoholic drinks. j with an average of nine liters' per person per year. ! U.P. Park Is For Road Engineer LANSING fAP) - The Highway Department has designated a park five miles west of Hermansville In Menominee County as the Arthur Schaefer State Roadside Park In honor of a former engineer in the testing and research division. Schaefer. of Lansing, retired recently after 45 years of service. Yugoslav bigwig Marshal Tito's real name is Joseph BroZ. giving the Orioles a 4-0 bulgp Pappas. however, failed to survive the Athletics' three-run fifth. Haddix came on and 2 i-3 innings o Miller. and second ranking students, re- ing as a communications wiring i spectively, of the ninth gra d e specialist at the Air Training' class of 1965. i Command (ATC) school at Shep- Other students receiving top pard AFB, Tex. His^ new unit is honors for maintaining a "B" or ' " * "~" better average during their three years of junior high school were Nancy Jarvi, John Brottl u n d, Mark Randall, Lawrence Erickson, Susan Peterson, Linda Too- lanen, Marlys Walkonen, andj Pamela Gustafson. Honorable 1 mention honors went to J a c - ~ queline O'Leary, Mary Vizan k o, | Student Patrol sponsor, were and Judith Olson. Capt. Joseph Pisco, Lieutenants 11 y -• ' Karen Hill, part of the vast ATC system which trains airmen and offi-i cers in the diverse skills required by the nation's aerospace force. The airman, a 1982 graduate of Luther L. Wright High School, attended Gogebic Community College. year cycle, will provide a new victories type of sport fishing at Torch | uvo uccolies - ; Segalin. Gladys Simpson, E. G . , J ohn Brottlund i« w . i Al Kaline clubbed two triples j stiles, Mnand Mrs. John Long! JM^ys Walkonen, David Kor- capped a three-run rally in hini Sr., four eighth grade fish going into the two lakes in the next few days are expected to reach spawning maturity by 1968. The first catches are expected early next summer with better salmon fishing anticipated by 1967 and 1968. State and federal authorities now believe they have the sea lamprey, under control and o stock Lakes. State Conservation Department director Ralph MacMullan and Howard Tanner, chief of the fish division, were to join the governor in the 2:30 p. planting ceremony. the White Sox their fifth setback in six games. Successive doubles by -Jim Northrup and honors Judith Olson, Gail UUil UHU 111C11 W1VCO. illV liuuuit. ,, , ,._„_ T !«rf« >n^^lnv>av> pvpnt is mip of the hiehliehts of' Wahlberg, Linda Toolanen, event is one 01 me ni(sniigiiL& ui TI,.*-..../,*, o«rf i»»a>-itr« George Thomas broke a in the sixth. The Twins exploded 4-4 tie } the school year. san Peterson, and Marlys Wal- Activities opened with a ban-, _,„.„. direc- f rinc i not awarded hits, including home runs by (lunch supervisor and Mrs. Doro- en H111 - Marl y s Walkonen, Lar- for 20 j tion of Mrs. Mayme Olson, Earl Battey, Bob Allison, Tony Oliva, Zoilo Versalles and Jerry Kindall, to smash the Red Sox at Boston. The Red Sox hit four thy DeRubeis, home economi c a instructor in the Roose v e H School, and was served by the j eighth grade girls. The gymna- homers j slum and table appointme n t s j ry Kinnunen, Gary Champion and Mark Randall. On behalf of the class of 1965, j Mrs. Elizabeth Ekstrom p r e- sented gifts to Mrs. Lillian Oloff Jim Grant but the Minnesota i were right-hander hung on for his j ceiling height stage mural in a fifth victory without a loss. Lee setting of palms, pontoons, and Thomas, Ed Bressoud. Gary nets provided the background for Geiger and pinch-hitter Jerry .'•"h| Moses, a first-year catcher who Major League === Leaders = |{y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League lillo. Cleveland, .376; Horton, Detroit, .363. Runs—McAuliffe. Detroit, 33; Green, Boston, 32. Runs batted in — Mantilla, Boston, 32; Howard, Washington, 31. . Hits—McAuliffe, Detroit, 50; Davalillo, Cleveland, 47. Doubles — Ward, Chicago, and Versalles, Minnesota, 12. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, and Blasingame, Washington, 6. Home runs — Conigliaro, Boston; Colavito, Cleveland, Horton, Detroit, and Gentile, Kansas City, 9. had only one previous at-bat, connected for Boston. < Frank Howard's two-run up- Iper-deck homer proved the dif- iference in Washington's second- game victory over the Angels after three Senators homered against Fred Newman and two successors in the opener. Davalillo, the League's lead- New red and white awnings extending over balcony railings and basketball hoops, pineapp 1 e s , Hawaiian figures, musical instruments, flower boxes, wall murals, and the official Hawaiian seal. Overlooking all was a alse ceiling of pinapples, stars, and shimmering stars. Jack Nelmark, toastmas t e r, kept the program fast-moving and interesting with his clev e r presentation of guests and pro- er, and Mrs. Gertrude Jacquart, musical director. Student Council Secretary Mary Vizanko presented a Student Council gift to Mrs. Lillian Olson. Principal Jack Nelmark and Mrs. Elizabeth Ekstrom were the f ac u 11 y spons o r s of the event. Students serving on various committees were Linda Anderson, David Korhonen, Regnold LaCost, Clyde Carpenter, Larry Kangas, Larry Haaro, Bonnie Bailey, Karen Hill, Douglas Carlson, James Htiotari, Glen Wahlberg, Lonnie Niemi, Gary *HSS ilivvv-» viv .w,w, **l./l./t~vt J-.^-.v , Ul COCUt«LHJU WA g,u^ouu u*»>.t ^* w . TTIp.~m.1-.* »«. York starter Jim Bouton for a gram members. Gerald Massa Champion, Mary yizanko, Jo• - - • seph Pisco,' Jacqueline O Leary, Susan Peterson, Nancy Jarvi, Marlys WaiKonen, Lawre nee Erickson, Linda Toolanen, Mark B a n d a 11, Bruce Vuorenmaa, Larry Kinnunen, Judith Olson, Gail Wahlberg,, Pamela Oustafson, Gary Kozens, John Brottlund, and Frank Eppolite. The class of 1965 numbers 38, 12 girls and 24 boys. bases-empty homer in the first inng and a three-run shot in sixth. The little Cleveland outfielder also singled — running his two-game string to six straight hits — before flying out in the eighth. Stolen bases Campaneris, Kansas City, 11; Aparicio, Baltimore, and Cardenal, Los Angeles, 10. , Pitching — Pappas, Baltimore ; Pascual and Grant, Minnesota, 5-0, 1.000. i Forp c t Strikeouts-McDowell, Cleve- Forest ' Kimball to Head Job Corps Center James L. Kimball, Bessem e r District ranger, Ottawa National Forest, has been selected as the center director at the Lyd i c k Lake Job Corps Conservati o n Center near Cass Lake. Minnesota, on the Chippewa National gave the opening and cl o s i n g prayers; Robert Pallln ,sup e r- vised the dinner music. Speakers were the directors of various curricular and extracurricular activities who reviewed the ed the awards. Musical- numbers included: A ninth grade instrumental sextet composed of Mary Vizan- ko, Judith Olson, Gail Wahlberg, Linda Toolanen, Susan Peterson, Marlys Walkonen in "April Showers" by Silver-DeSylva, and "Give My Regards to Broadway," by Cohan. Clarinet Duets, Mozart, played by Naomi wiele and Debo rah Slanzi. to John O land, 71; Mays Los Angeles, 49. National League man, Cincinnati, .400; Mays, San Francisco, .374. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 37; Rose, Cincinnati, 36. Runs batted in—Banks, Chicago, 38; Mays, San Francisco, 35. Wernham, Ottawa Forest supervisor. To be nominated for a center director position in itself is a dis- center directors have been appointed by the Forest Servi c e throughout the United States. In a letter to Kimball, Clare Hendee, deputy chief, U. S. Forest Service said, "Your selection ! reveals that the Office of Eco- 66 •*!!£• n^J 8 ^^ iewiuauSi of your abfmy a^ Accordion selections by Gary;ing rights bill. Lucas. j "Harbor Lights," class song of j the Class of 1965 directed and; accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude; Jacquart. ! Robert Pallin presented 4-Hj honors to Gail Wahlberg, Nancy j A specie Jarvi, Judith Olson, Larry Kin- " nunen, Frank Eppolite, Gary Champion, Bruce Vuorenm a a and Joseph Pisco. McNamara, Hart Vote WASHINGTON (AP) — Michigan Democrats Patrick McNamara and Philip Hart voted with majority Tuesday as the Senate elected 70-30 to limit debate on President Johnson's vot- SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS May 8, 1965 Roll C»ll meeting of the Board of HarOld TOrrO presented I allegiance to TO Education of the School District of the City of Ironwood held in the office of the Board at the Luther L. Wright High School was called to order by President Johnson. The meeting opened with •silent prayer and the pledge of to the flag. The following present upon roll call: Mr. Collins, Mr. Dubbc, Mr. Jacobs. Mr, Mc- rence Erickson, Mark Randall, Mike Slivensky, Larry Kangas, John Brottlund, David Korhonen, Bruce Vuorenmaa, Lo n n ie | Schoo , D)stl . ict of the Clly of Iromvoo- Niemi, Joseph Pisco, Tom ' test co, Flood, St. Louis, ^ • '„,<,: ' n.iii ™, «;{; « . iP e °P le and of natural resources. Triples -Callison, Philadel- H ,*T nh rnrT . s ,_ nnp _. th . __.. phia, 5; Johnson, Cincinnnati, and Javier, St. Louis, 4. Home runs—Mays, San Francisco, 17; Swoboda, New York, 11. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, .24; Brock, St. Louis,, 18. Pitching — Maloney, Cincinnati, 5-0, 1.000; Gibson, St. Louis, 8-1, .889. Strikouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 86; Gibson, St. Louis, 66. ACME QUALITY HOUSE PAINT QUALITY IS ECONOMY Martin's Hardware 1 Sophie St. Becsemer Phone 663-4417 Directing a Job Corps j Potinsky. Regnold LaCost, John '"'M in kin (captain of 1965-66 squad), Marvin Maki, De n n i s Raisanen and manager Jack Lehto. Students receiving basketball letters were Capt. Mark Randall, Mike Slivensky, Larry Kinnunen, Gary Champion, Lawrence Erickson and Bruce Vuorenmaa. Job Corps is one of the most significant programs the Forest Service has undertaken in its 60-year history. The combination of meaningful work in a conservation center with an educational program tailored to the specific needs of each corpsman represents a revolutionary approach to rehabilitating the children of poverty. We have no challenge more profound or urgent than conserving this human resource," said Hendee. Kimball began his Forest Service career in 1957 on the Huron National Forest in Lower Michgan. Prior to his assignment to the Bessemer District in September, 1964, he served on the Chequamegon Natio n a 1 Forest in Wisconsin and served on the Mark Twain Nation a 1 Forest in Missouri. Kimball's promotion and transfer is part of the regular ca- Lean, Mr. MIklesh, Mr. Johnson. Present: 6. Absent: 1. Mr. Kahura. May 4, 1969 Report tl Superintendent "Board of Educ School District c Ironwood, Michigan Gentlemen: 1 reconimi..... .... „,.,,_ „ Raymond B. I'inski of New Ulm, Minnesota to a position as instructor ol Latin and English in the high school for the 1065-06 school year. Mr Pinsky ha« a bachelor's and master'* degree and 11 (j yean of teaching experience. 1 recommend the appointment of Mrs. SJicrrill Let Weeden of Oxford, Michigan to a position as instructor of mentally retarded children for the 196S-66 school year. Mrs, Wceden has a bachelor's degree and additional credits to- master's degree Shc hag e » h teaching experience. (Signed) red; an It wan m ried that the in special yean of Respectifully submitted, R. Ernest boar Superintendent /cd, seconded and car- recommendations of the Superintendent on personnel be approved Janitor Supplies review of bids for janitor Shoulder pate h e s w e re | Question" awarded to Tom Potinsky, Gary Kozens, David Korhonen, and Clyde Carpenter. Coach Torr o also cited cheerleaders Fame 1 a Gustafson, Judith Olson, Marlys Walkonen, Karen Hill, Mary Vi- zanko, and alternate Nancy Jar- After vi and manager Susan Peterson supplle! ' ll "' as m °vcd, seconded nnd i - ., ,r . . .. , carried that the supplies b<; purchased ' for the excellent work they had _ . . .. K* v done during the past year. Coach Torro also presented the Ath 1 e t i c-Scho 1 a rs h i p Award to Mark Randall. This award is made on the basis of number of letters earned and scholarship rating. making the reer development program j Forest Service employees, Wernham. for said pur from Cohodas Pnoli Company for $107.53 and the Twin City Grocery for ti39.04, | the lowest bidders. Net» Ulove unit Mlllrn Company After the last regular meeting ol the Board President Johnson had received a telegram from the Nulz Glove and Mitten Company requesting an exten- | sion for occupancy o( their present i quarters until they can move into (he ] former Michigan Doll Telephone Com- j pany building. Members of the Board were contacted by Mr. Joluisoli and and Speech awards ' they aarccd th»t an extension be grunt- Mrs. Elizabeth Ekstrom Cited the edul "V n ' s "moved 0 ,' seconded and carried Difpaiched 932-3540 Sarid-Gravei-Sfe«l Reihforcihg Concrete ANYWHERE & GUARANTEED Year-Round Penokee Mine Site Ironwood , procedures for earning th e S e i that the informal action taken In grant nwnrrit: nnri thpn nrocontprl hnnnr ir ' s tne JJctz Glovi- antl awaras ana men pieseniea nonoi tO the following'. Nanrv Tm-vi fJ a i 1 waiicy JdlVl, U dll Karen Hill, Linda Toolanen, Pamela Gustaf- • SOn, Judith OlSOn, Mary ViZ- 1 ' Nancy Jarvi, Linda Toolanen, Susan Pete r s o n, Pamela Oustafson, Marlys Wai- konen, Call Wahlbeif, John Brottlund, Gary Champion, Judith' Olion, Wary Vliajiko. Speech: Nancy Jarvi, Mary Vizanko, Marlys Walkonen, Gail Wahlberg. ing the Nctz Glove and Mitten Coin- puny an extension lo May 20 be officially approved. Maternity l.ravt Kegu!»tion» It was agreed by the Board that the maternity leave regulations as previously reviewed with certain specific chan- TypewrHer Maintenance I'roopunml* Superintendent Dear was authorized by the Board to call for proposals on t>pewrlter maintenance service for th* IfWB-CO school year, bids to tip received at the May 'IT meeting of th* Boa id. *uba«I »a« D«»t' r*fcert«d lh»t It n-lil cost il.OOQ to replace a short block motor for the International school tut and tWO.OO for a u;ed motor. In view <)l th* «ee of the bus it was decided hot to repair this but. Adjournment: Thrre bclna no further bitsinr-s the President ilculavcd the incrtlni »«1- Student patrol members rcceiv- • J° U|1 »^ (A N , FtsoN , ing honors from Harold Torio, " SPECIAL FOOD SAV/NGB for SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN ROUND STEAK Good For Barbecuing • SIRLOIN TIP STEAK * 89c • RUMP ROAST boned * roned » 89e Parts Missing TURKEYS 8 Ib. to 14 Ib. average Ib. 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