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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 19, 1965. Market Moves | obituaries Negro Held for Aimlessly in ^^, oril3CM , Firing at Whites Dull Trading 1 Earl G. Maki 1 Earl G. Maki. 46. of 113 Germania St.. Hurley, died at his hcmc Saturday evening of a coronary thrombosis He was born in By JACK THORNELI, BOGALUSA. La >AP> NEW YORK (AP)--The stock market moved aimlessly in dull trading early this afternoon Key stocks showeci gains or losses mainly in fractions. T'lnviraek 26-year-old Negro described by 9f mis iriri at' authorities as a member ol the iirlev school militan: Deacons of Defense and u i i L > s t. n o o i Justjce wag ne]d , n j aj , todav on system. He worked for the Chica g o and Norlhwcstc . rn Railroad for vears ,, nd on March 3 1942 charges he fired shots at a ear- load of white men Joe Gatlin. a l 'ogalusa resi- Manv issues were unchanged fip { V as employed at the Gary dent - was booked f ° r attempted at the .opening and there was lit- M j ne . Hurley, and worked there niurdei '- There were no injuries, tic dnve. shown as the session un tji u ic niiiie ceased operation. State troopers arrested Gatlin went OP He married the former Mary and three Negro companions, Aenspace ; - issues displayed Novacicli. April 20. 1940. at the wno wcre J ailed on peace dis- some strength in late morning, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, turbancc charges nftei the inci-: warmed up somewhat by the Ironwood. and they made their dent at a truck st °P ei ght miles tougher stance being taken by home in Hurley. soutn of Bogalusa the United States regarding the He was a member of the St. The shooting came at the end Viet Nam struggle. But the Mary Catholic Church, Hurley, of an otherwise quiet Sunday in trend \r these stocks began to Survivors include his wife; this troubled town Civil rights waver. two sons. Gordon. Beloit, Wis., groups had announced it would All Big Three motors were end Douglas. Newport R. I. and. be " a da y of l ' e ^" and held no off. Steels were generally lower one sister. Vivian Cowan Ala- marches or demonstrations. , as'were rails, building materi- meda. Calif. However, Negroes planned an- als and drugs. Funeral services will be held other mid-afternoon march to-; The trading pace in the morn- a- the St. Mary Catholic Church day on City Hall ,ind equal job ing was slower than it was all Tuesday at 9 a.m. with the Rt. opportunity pickets were to re- last week—and that was slug- Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Prock of- sume their parading outside gish. ficiating. Burial will be at the Bogalusa stores ; The Associated Press average St. Mary Cemetery. A civil rights lawyer said he of 60 stocks at noon was off .1 Friends may call at the Eng- would go before U.S. Dist. at 324 R witn industrials up .3, strom Funeral Home. Hurley, Judge Herbert. W Christenberry rails off .3 and utilities un- today after 2 p.m. The rr.sary in New Orleans today and seek changed. v -' i1 ' °e recited at 8 p.m. t o -, contempt proceedings against The Dow Jones industrial av- night. \ Bogalusa authorities erage at noon was off .44 at 879.99. The favorable flow of second- Ruling on Legal Fees' Deduction Asked by Hoffa Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Saturday. Mrs. Jessie Buccane r o, Mrs. Toivo Hemming, Iron Belt, Mrs. Anna Kujala, Roue 2, Lawrence ,' Kutz, 432 Francis St., medical; admitted Sunday: Matthew Cryan, Hurley, Paul R. Gunderson. 210 VV. Ridge St., Mrs. Sulo Kivi, Route 1. Mrs Waiter Meyer, 118 VV. Ayer St. medical: Andrew Pcrhalla, 305 WASHINGTON (APi—Team- Kennedy St., surgery. ; sters Union President James R. Discharged Saturday: Debor-, Hoffa is again asking the U. S. ah Tieci'er, Ironwood: d i s -! Tax Court to rule that legal charged Sunday: Mabel N. Han-: expenses paid on his behalf in son. Park Fal'ls, Wis.: M r s .; criminal trials should be de- Louise Aimone, Gile, Mrs. • Sulo! ductlble from his income tax. Mattson Ironwood. ' in the third petition filed by ' mvivr- ivrtvr uML-nfmM 'Hoffa in the past two years, h« JPX J?'«, ! I . Lfieci isaid the trials involved his Admitted Saturday: Martin activilles as a union officer and Lamorc-ux, Bessemer, medical; tn t $M 776 ,„ , ega , fees rep _ FUTURE SUPERMARKET SITE — The southwest portion of the 100 block of Hurley's Silver Street will soon take on a new look as wrecking crews prepare to demolish the buildings that now stand to make room for the future Erspamer Super Market. The site is now occupied by five buildings that once housed six taverns. Four of the taverns were operated during the 1964-65 license year. One of the operators now has moved to another location, but the others have not applied for admitted Sunday: Joseph Smith. Ironwood. Mrs. Rose Higgins. Bessemer, medical. Discharged Saturday: Mrs l™ n ± r ^T£ n JL .1°'^f^^Tt Charles Western. Bergland: d?s ing operations started this morning and it is reported that demolition of the buildings will take about three days. (Daily Globe Photo> resented an expense directly related to his business. * * * The Internal Revenue Servics contends Hoffa owes $44,566 for charger' Sunday: Mrs. Anthony i 1951. That year he reported (Sailer and son, Marenis c o; Richard McClellan, Cedar Lake. 'Deacons' Patrol Bogalusa Streets A one-car accident occurred Ironwood city police report. Police said Arnold Kalla. 77, Off icers Elected Teachers Corps Hurley Legion Plan Endorsed By BILL CRIDER BOGALUSA. La. iAPt Th attorney, Al Bronstein. stree t '^ nts slint on^gun barrels of his car after turning off Ayer said the arrest of pickets last The Hurley American Legioiv Ry R()B ,, ORTON ' income of S69.178, but the IRS said he should have added $58.766 in legal fees and an additional $3,666 in capital gains and losses. The tax agency said the legal fees were paid by the Teamsters Union and its entities. Hoffa's petition seeking a reversal of that finding said the j legal fees were paid with funds from sources other than the Newport Location, lost control: Post has announced the results ., of his car after turnin off Aer of the election held and t h e ' "•"" ™ WASHINGTON lAP) — Rep. Teamsters Union. The sources men patrol around the st. onto Luxmore St. and t h e ; choice of officers for the com- Powell todav en- were not identified Johnson's pro- The Petition said the indictments that led to the trial for national teachers corps mained as cautious as it was most of last week. Du Pont was off nearly two years. Mr. Perttu was born June 17, 1891 in Kauhava, Vaasan Laani, in£r thpir d Finland, and came to the United at the homes of Negro leaders in Bo- auto nhed over on its top. re- j ing year. but "s-iid"'it'''should hVvp 7nm' P which the legal tees galusa these summer nights. suiting in a total logs of the! The post also appointed com- n,.r> V ision for Npern tPnrhPrs VVC1 ' C dismissed b.v a U. —. calling on Cai ' s moving into the Negro car. i mittees for the year's busi- 5i°n, n r°" h"Trtn™cJ£n District Court on July 12, 1 officials to provide adequate sector of this tense city after Kalla was issued a summons i ness. Following are the officers protection for demonstrations dark are watched. anc i was nned S25 for reckless: that were elected: and banning police from arrest- Tlie watchful eyes are those d r i v j ng p i us cour t costs when 1 George Romanowski, com- L fl"\rt T"\ rtrl n r\ *i r- n f T~» rt f rt »-«<-«« n *-. *J *- *^ . . •—. . , t_. ... mander: Carmel ?chiavo. first Municipal Court. ' vice-commander: John Gentile, 'second vice-commander; Larry civil rights workers exercis- ° f the Deacons of Defense and ne wa \ arra i gneci tllis morning \ ™ their constitutional rights. Justice, whose guns have trig- in IroriV/ood Municipal Court. '• vi Prvcf-s were mixed in dull trading on the American Stock Exchange ™* light dealings. unchanged in at Tsh^ming to^Srm^r Si" Fil ' eman Rav *"ner. a bar- fireman who souirted a " r - , Martin Lutner Km ? Jr water hose at a civil rights pick- calls the Ne S ro organization a et would be suspended without < trat egic mistake which may pay for 10 davs endanger the movement. "I know our opponents in the South would like us to turn to Stock Market ... j— 0 ,.„ „„>. i^^n^i. iiii- . . rfnt,, Vinnvc. V.nor.r< 1 -"-' uul WUIUU IlK.f Ub LU IU1II IO ma Siivo. She died Aug. 20. 1952, b « " Jis oft duty houis hosed vlolence _.. said King , tne civil and he was alsn m-pr-pripri in ule P'CKei in nor.t, oi ins shop ,., nhtc . ,,^,, Q ,,^,, f ,^ ,««j:,,™ n ^ Legislators End Peninsula Tour Chandonais, adjutant; Leonard S. displaced by desegregation. ^'suici LAHUI on ;uiy n, 1961, „, „ .* and June 4, 1963. The President asked Congress * * * to pass legislation Hoffa is also noting IRS tax such a corps to serve bi!ls for $52 .ooo on his 1958 and and areas of rural pov- 1960 returns, and $20,295 for . Carl Perkins, D-Ky., 1959, mostly based on union- introduced the bill in; paid i ega i fees during- some of jand he was also preceded in o ahir . riav 'death by three sons, John. Ar- Odtuiaa 3 f ;mas and Erland. The Deacons of Defense and rights movement's leading advocate of passive resistance. "They know violence and they HOUGHTON (API een legislators became "certi- , ; Garreau, finance officer; E d - the House Wednesday, predicted hi s numerous criminal trials. gar Dreseley, chaplain; Bern- Passage. T ne tax bills do not include ard Pajula, historian. John' I don l tnmk we wil1 nave last year, when Hoffa was con- 'Lerza, service officer, and any e(art hly problems." Perkins victed in Chattanooga. Tenn., of Frank Erspamer sergeant at taid - " We are somg to pass it." jury tampering in a previous arms. ' ] He said he saw h 'ttle prospect case, and his Chicago convic- , Members selected to make up l thr f ™ e ? s u , r ^ " night be crowded tion of defrauding his own Fioht ! the committees are- H : off the legislative agenda before union's pension fund He is Executive Committee — Felix ngress ad J° urris - appealing sentences of eight and Powell, New York Democrat five years respectively in those NOUN QUO1ATIUN8 hosts of Upper Michigan*', Ob "*°L a gJ^^ heads the House Education two cases. : Mr. Perttu retired from the Justice is a Negro vigilante know how to deal with it. ,, „ . nuance ^umni'tiee — L. uar - - - — Ontonagon County Road Com- ol ° u P- ._, . "Martin Luther King and me ? banquet nere bunday mgni shea "and John Lei- and La &or Committee, said at- Informed sources have esti- mission in 1955 after 27 years of Pol , ice said Gatlin was a have never seen e8to ., ending their eight-day study ^ au - Jonn bnea ana Jonn Lei , tentlon to the problem of a mated the Teamsters Union has xTtP,,, ™w *T« » ,,—~ employment. He was a chart e r member of the group. Officers said Cnarles Simsy 41 ythe tour of the Upper Peninsula. NEW YORK (AP-Fo lowing member of the North Bruce Lu- f ld they confiscated two pistols stocky grizzled iSd of the Bo is a sectioned list of stock tran- theran Church. <™ m Gatl >n's car when he and p a iusa Deacons sions alon S the wa - v - was P*t-< Dominic Fonteccr-'o Alnhon s e S^^armSv S!th St ?S , S S rVlV , Ing ^ SlX S ° nS ' Elnard TteTuTux'm^neSTrallv " He has SveV been to Bo ^- ^ ^ ^ "^^^^'''^^^Kvo'^'foil' "However, at the same time. nh^^t^vffipSS." 61 °, .S 1 ^' ^T°' Rei 2°_ and SaTrd^ St. K f M Sds ^± y 'Lusa. If we didn't have the hosp^a ity tr a.nmg_ program! vernetti. . Reception and entertainment- teacher shortage has been long spent up to Si ------- _,... ,.. ----- . .. The tour, with briefing ses-; Jonn Gentile Howard Johnston : overdue. He called the corps defending Hoffa way, was pat- : Dominic Fonter.nhio Ainhnn s P irte a "a creative effort." criminal cases. million in in various 203 change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Briggs Mf Calum H Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Cont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fd? Gen Motors Gen Tel Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Steel Interlak Ir Int Bus Mach Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kim Cik LOF Glass Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA rtK Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeta Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Stee! Charles Jr/of Bruce Crossing, ^"'day night 47 a -s U IB Martin of Liverin and Robert of 493 S U Vs Racine, Wis.; seven daughters, Il 7 a U is Mrs. Waino Linna and iust across "the a cioss tne I am hopeful that the Congress ; Deacons here there is no telling wnicn Michigan State Universi-' House — Joseph Ersp a mer, in considering this legislation from Bneaiiisa ' how many killings there would ty and the Upper Michigan Larry Chandonais, Roy Eng- v/m devote specific attention to L o MrnaniM nc w a rni-, 0 , have been." Tourists Assoc. conduct for re-, strom, John Gentile. John an equally serious developing Miss Miss grand dragon of the Unit'^ Sims says that nis armed S ° rt employes each year - Sne a, Pajula and Joseph Jelin- Problem: that of the displaced P . Cross- ed K 'i' ans of America said in his forces do n °t move out to pro- The lawmakers saw nine new ski. Negro teacher who is being dis- 90^ 8 D -^ ing, Mrs. Robert Caudill of Mar- speecn . ' ' tect civil rights demonstrators, tourist attractions that are in Publicity and education — ; charged as Southern school dis- 's quette.^Mrs. Victor LaForge of ..j_ have npvp ,. ar1vnpnrprl vin "We stand guard here in the the development stage. Steve Mrdjenovich. Robert O 1- tricts desegregate," he said in a : statement. DETROIT (AP> —Police hav« James The President urged passage traced the owner of a bullet- "I have never advocated vio- " We stand guard here in the the development stage. Peterson of Forest Lake, Minn., the Deacons for Defense 1 Ifre on' are tne defensive team. We will Michigan Tech's President Dr. Mystery Boat's Owner Is Found -i U Is White^Bear, Minn., Mrs. George lence'but where such'u-ash"'as Negro Quarter," he said. "We The group was greeted by son and Armand Cirilli. Badger Boys' State ^ci 8 i- Bnan Mattson of Klamath ^e scen e I don't think protect- " ever %° on the offense. But if Raymond Smith at the banquet.- Mezzano and Felix Obertone. of the measure in letters to the riddled mystery cruiser found to/ 8 TT i' 8 iT ° re " ancl Mrs ' Jame " Ej - ing our rights could be termed P ie Klan or anybody else comes The lawmakers said the tour Americanism - Obertone, presiding officers of the House partially submerged Saturday in ?„„? „ / 4 : Jlot t °f Livonia; 35 grandchildren violence" ir - nere to hit us. I guarantee of the area was an outstanding Gentile and Vernetti and Senate. the Detroit river. The owner Funerals ,„„, TT i' • i i - - violence. 533s U '-s : and two great-grandchildren. 371-4 D 1/4 - The Brown Funeral Home will 35V-4 U 1.4 be open for visitation until 1 69 78 D ',4 ; p.m. Tuesday when the remains 238V4 D 1/4 : will be taken to the North Bruce 86 ; Lutheran Church for services at VKRVFR A KTHM A 52 is p.m. Tuesday. Dr. J. A. Hoi- V *' RNEB , A KUI LA Sisg U <?s i inio, Hancock, will officiate and Funeral services for Verner OS's ! burial will be at Hillside Ceme- £' Kuula -' 56 ' of IIurle y- "' ' " tery, Bruce Crossing. guarantee of the area was an outstanding «cuiue anu veni»iu ami oenare. the Detroit river. The owner they will get hit back." one, and reported that the gen- Memorial —Obertone, Ers- Johnson also asked support said Sunday the boat was stolen 1 The Deacons were formed last eral consensus of opinion was P am er, Edgar Dreseley, G u s t for bills which would provide a and apparently taken for a j December in Jonesboro. another that trips of this nature create anl and Engstrom. program of fellowships to joyride 'sensitive civil rights point in better understanding on the Tne post nas also sponsored prepare students for teaching Arthur Goerss. 29, an cxecu- Louisiana and home of the parts of citizens and legislators. J,\ vo boys to tne 3a dger Boys' careers and help experienced live from Birmingham, called state's Ku Klux Klan grand Tourist stops were made at tate at R 'P° n Wis - The boys teachers improve their qualifi- Rivers>de, Ont.. police where Island, Sault Ste. Tver 5 Paul st urga! and Paul cations, and for aid to colleges the boat had been taken and or agon. Mackinac Reports are that the Deacons Marie, Newberry, Munising, Flateau. 40-H 36V4 U i/i 56'/2 D ;1 s 50 D Vi 44 U 3 /8 441-8 D Vs 35i/i 474 D 1/2 Mrs. Andrew Lundgren be held Tnpsdav at i-in'nm at " uw nave 50 chapters in five Hancock, and Isle Royale Is- the Engsuom Funerai Home other states ~ Mississippi, Ala- land. with th! Rev Oliver Hanbere bama - Plorida ' Nortn Carolina After a breakfast meeting at nffinintino- R,,Hai «,in h» "f *v,o and South Carolina. This is un- Suomi College in Hancock this Carpenters Stop U i, Viz i colleges and universities to provide bet- said he was the owner. He said ter education for teachers. he had seen a picture of the The proposals were basically boat in Sunday's paper, the same the President outlined Goerss said he had no idea in a speech to the National Ed- how it got there, ucation Association "July 2 in He last saw the 28-foot Chris New York City. Craft cruiser July 10 at his ma- The President's bid Saturday rina on the Clinton River in Har- t'or support of the measure rison Township near Mount came three days before the con- Clemens, Goerss said. officiating. Burial will be at the *• . Mrs. Andrew LundgFen 76 Riverside Cemetery. confirmed. Deacons are reluc- morning, stops were scheduled San Jose, Calif., died June 20'i Friends may call at the fu- tant to be s P e cific. Leaders say m Delta County as the legisla- T\ I T\ I^^i- according to word received by neral home after 2 p.m. today P in P°,»rtmg other chapters tors returned to St. Ignace en- KOflfl Y\C\ PfK Mrs Carl E Olson Bessemer! *'; would only subject them to un--route home. IXvUUI IVlUvlj Mrs. Lundgren, the former 1 ISAAC KOSKINEN necessary trouble. At the banquet, MTU Presi-. AXIQTM ., AT3 - „.,/ :Lydia Morin of Ironwood is Funeril servirp-? for T Ernest Thomas, Jonesboro, dent Smith talked of the impact LANSING (AP) - Carpenters vemng Tuesday of a White "Obviously it was stolen," he ^'.; 4 Tr ., i survived by her husband-' two Koskinen so «f'Vrnnu/nnri -T nm re g iona l vice president of the of Michigan Tech in the field of struck outstate highway projects House conference on education, added. "But I haven't been out !?n' 8 JJ ?! daughters. Mrs Evelyn Hamil- shin v-cre held Sahirriav Vft^r" Deacons - said chapters are be- research, stating that research today as they and the Michigan About 650 leaders in education, there if.t the marina) since then ?" t: , /8 ton of Santa Clara Calif and noon at the zion I nr, Pran ing formed in ai 'eas beset by a has grown from a 3100,000 study R . ;° a d Builders Association business, labor and government and I didn't know it was gone." 'f 4 D '"MMrs. Ruth Olson of Cupertino Chm-ch Luti.eian strong Klan movement and ten years ago to one involving f tayed at their '0'2-month con- are expected for the gathering The boat was found sub- 49'i U ij callf : one sist ei'. Mrs Lillian' The Rev. Thomas A Schultz W6a ^' ° r h ° Stile ' law enforce- ; *l million today. i"»S:,»l m ? as ^ ..... ..._. ...... ^° dlscuss Problems of educa- merged to the gunwales Satur^ u - l |Sorenson of Santa Clara: three pastor of the church, conducted - ment a e encies - . EirannPnl Irit'PlI unrl fnin- nraQ*-_ tu rt r.^,...;^«™ i - .. _ , . ! • . ; grandchildren and four great- the services and was. assisted by i : grandchildren. Rev . Oliver Hallberg of S t J Funeral service.-; were held Paul's Lutheran Church \ 40 s s 56-1-i D i/s 40'i n -TC —•«• o^ , ^^..j «-tic u c j u x-tuu H ijiicner 68i-b jJune 23 at the Darling-Fischer Pallbearers wer MO TT .,: Garden Chapel, San Jose. 48 U '. s i 78 >,4 U Rr',t>-lL, OllGTI 'V - Wn Un Tel U— Up D— Down 4334 D %!Mrs. Mary Chakanich 60% : Mrs Mary Smollar Chakan 48% U 15-s j ich, 7<J of 978 Newport Loca- 39 r !s U s ,'a tion - di ec: at her home Sunday. Eric Haan- Hurley homeowners who „».-. paa, William Kantala. Walter, cupy their own homes may pick I . , .... ,».«,, B «» Wiemeri. Waino Viemeri, Les- up their paint at the Hurley! WHITE PINE — Clarence A. State Carpenters Council affects Applications Are Accepted Neither side was sure how tion. I many projects or how many . ; men were involved, and State| . [Highway Department spokesmen! A-f4-f\rn£*\/ Dulne- | were not immediately available ^***V/f 1 1C? J fVLflC.,) for comment or statistics. i O'll f The strike by the Michigan] £j//| IS :ter Hellem and John HautanenJ City Hall from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.' Broemer, postmaster at White mostly bridge-building parts of <an- ' were Mr d Pe !'l SOn? at tending [ on Tuesday. j Pine, announced today that the state and federal highway con- and Mrs. Max Hall, Mrs 3ruce Nelso n CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago! vear : executive secretary of the Board! struction, where the carpenters - - u ,^, , lulilt ouuuav.' anri nh -, H ., . _. The Jol)n Hautanen who paid: of U.S. Civil Service Exami- : set foundations and build forms. Seven years ago she had an ac- '• a , 0 ,,,T „ nen ™ arcia ' Steven and the fine on a traff'r violation! ners. Post Office Establishment' Carpenters' spokesman Leon" :j —'• —- - - Maiv Be th. Gurnee. Ill: Robert; in Iron County Court at Hurley! Hoard, Marquette. Michigan is' ard Zimmerman and road buildMilwaukee: Mr and [ last week, is not John E. Hau-j accepting applications for the ! ers ' Executive Secretary Robert Memgoz and Ro-! t a n e n, Hautanen Road, ir o n-l positions of substitute clerk and ! Browning agreed negotiators are Mercantile Exchange — Butter j •jcident and had been in failing health since that time. About a she became seriously ' 111 - Fisher ' Mr Anderson h i a m Mrs. 1 ! substitute carrier for duty ' the White Pine Post Office. on both economic and The Ironwood volunteer fire Applicants must reside within n °W a practice the delivery area of the a b o v e All named post office or be bona ; working condition?.. , The old contract expired Sept. 1964. Federal and state medi- have been working with LANSING (AP)-Absence of a printed notice in the Journal! of the House of Representatives! saying a committee was going i to consider a bill does not! invalidate House action in! approving the bill, Atty. Gen I Frank Kelley ruled today day off Peche Island in Canadian waters. The hull had been punctit'Td by 17 bullets—apparently from a high-powered rifle —the engine had been dismantled and all identifying marks had been ripped off the bow and the engine. 72 From Area At Northland Twelve Ironwood area resi- Kelley was asked by Rep. 1 dents are among 216 students E. D. O'Brien, D-Detroit, if a attending the summer session at measure passed by the legisla- Northland College in Ashland, ture and signed b.v the governor Enrollment for the 1965 sum- constitutionally passed the mer session is at an all t i m steady: wholesale buying prices L The lormer Ma O' Smollar was anc] ..,,,,,,„ unchanged; 93 score AA B g%! ?° rn Oct - 8 - 1886 j " Lipov, Tep- caeo Mi • 92 A 58%; 90 B 57%: 89 C 57; : l c k u - &lovonia, Austria, and Ri s ku B ' ' cars 90 B 58M«; 89 C 58. j came to the United States in H almei RiLu Eggs steady to firm; whole-1 ;L 903 - Snp was a member of Holy H elen Chapman sale buying prices unchanged to j Trinity Catholic Church. , rine Cna p !man Sjdnaw 1 higher; 70 per cent or better' „, ne was married to Edward: Mr and Mrs Wpirpr Rnr^pth - —• — —- , if, Grade A whites 32; mixed 32; i Chakanich July 10, 1922. H e Bergland Boiseth, B -— „ u . fore the closing date for receipt w ^ htoday - ,. „ U1 1 10 '-„ „ ,. week session, 95 are men and mediums 27; standards 27- dirt-1 dled J " ne 13 - ] 948, and a son,: interment was it Rivers i n P Rn^. , ., i f eM>cl " er Township O f application. There is no max- , H »Bhway work m Waynei Oak ., The bill allows first class. 121 are women. Louis died in 1950. ppm^Jmf Riveis i d e Board will meet in regular ses- jmum age limit i land and Macomb counties is not'school districts to bond up to Mrs. session at 7 p.m. Tuesday. All named post office or be b o n a ! ators nave been working with; constitutionally passed the! mer session is at an all timt 11 si members are requested to b e iide patrons of that office Ap- both sides but the carpenters' House since the House Commit- 1 high, according to Dr James Kath- present with proper fire fight-: piicants must have reached said at Frida y's negotiations! tee on Education gave no notice Davies, dean of students Of the ,-tpJh' gGar ' ' their 18Ul birthday on or be- tney ' d walk out with fne start of that it was going to consider the 216 students studying at the six- t& eui, fn i, r.inoi-.- ,!„»„ f_.. ,. m ,.« ini . work today. ; bill. • w^ct- O occir,n OK «^« .„„_ . ies unquoted; checks 21M>. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) (USDA) — Hogs 5,000; butchers steady to 25 higher; 1-2 190-220 Ib 25.5025.75; mixed 1-3 190 - 250 Ibs 24.75-25.50; 2-3 250-280 Ibs 24.0024.75; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 21.5022.00: 400-450 Ibs 20.50-21.50; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 19.50 • 20.50; SOu-600 Ibs 18.75-19.75; boars 14.5-16.00 Cattle 11,000; calves 25; slaughter steers steady to 50 higher, load lots prime 1.2001,390 !h '28.50-28.75; two loads and prime 1,150-1,425 Ibs 27.501,275-1.300 Ibs 29.00; high choice 28.50; choice 1,150 - 1,350 Ibs 26.25-27.75; several loads high choice and prime 877-1,100 Ib slaughter heifers 25.75 - 26.50; choice 800-1,000 Ibs 23.75-25.75. Ccmctcrv Surviving are two sons and a ' __ daughter, Joseph Smollar o f DONALD O. WAIMO of Ironwood, Sgt. Maj. John ».«^i" RamsaTflLVa/' 111 ' '" * h C A wrltten test is required to i Kamsay Town Hall. determine eligibility. ° ° f son, s 0.. Mrs. one sister in > nine g rand-. P,,, m . n . scrv . , , declined to say j valuation Ironwood area students a t - PCS, New Library Planned PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Brown University has announced plans to build a $2-million, 15-story science library to i Head's wife. Bonnie, house Us collection of 450,000 j for questioning by •cience books. j police. children and four children The McKevitt-Kershner F U vision "^glnninrat T p.m! ! sWTehoC T ne ^' Tuesday. The rosary will be recited Tuesday at 7:30 ,,, , Service Wednesday, were held at American veterans, will be at Department Marauette" Mlrhi" Jssues -" w -— a.m. Saturday at the St. the Ironwood Memorial B u i 1 d- P an 49855 and win he arppntPri : employers dlsa gree on defini-i a » Public hearings before aijohn s lutheran Church, with ing Tuesday, from 2:30 to 4-30 vntil Aueust 19 Vqfi'i I tions of some cost fact ors. legislative committee but not of and Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg official- p.m. 'Further information ind an! He said carpenters not used routine committee meeting,-, for, Hlue — r. _ PlEffi formrma^ r^'o^ 1 ™ ?^^. lines - n " ld Probab.y; bill consideration. ending the summer session .are: Kai Bjorkquist, John Boythe intent of the, e r, David Coleman, Flora Fre- constitution cover-: gerio, Charles Rosa ing. | Bugle Corps bugle line will office The Iron County Veteans of : practice tonight at 7 at t h e Foreign Wars Post of H u r ley Legion club rooms. .„ conducted full military rites. Births Hurley Team the Rev. Ambrose Matejik ati ^ lt ;" '-'-f uag m me lamuy iou 81c ^u.-ps KOOCO committee m r • I 10 a.m Wednesday at H o 1 y ; _ p a"cearers were Arthur Lake, i has car celled all rodeo plans. rlOVS rMCfCfV Trinity Catholic Church. Inte/-i!, am ^!^° r f!°:,. Ecl ^I d , ^l % ^ rs °^^ 10 . P ur ^ ased ads 7 "MUy the funeral home and the fu- ™ neral Mass will be offered bv Cnfmlalri Fr ank Bensoni pre- The Blue Knights Drum and the Rev. Ambrose Mateiik a ti senl ed the flag to the family j Bugle Corps Rodeo committee ^^ ___ J CJ l» 13 Q 11 c Q O i* A>*c< it r A t«r\ AI«*VMIV« T n1»n ! )lof nr»-/-»i->11rt^I ^.11 ..«_!__ i _ .. ment will be at Riverside Cemetery. State Man Is Killed DETROIT (AP) •- Jack Head, 41, an ironworker in suburban argument, zyk, Oliver Risku, Frank Zar- ! for the rodeo book will be reim- ' ~" i work. Browning said the road build-, j ers earlier settled with operating 1 Lillie. Mr. and Mrs Patrick i engineers and laborers, and Lillie, Marenisco, a daughter, | have a tentative agreement with J ply 18 at Divine I the Teamsters "But his izim- 1 Pital, Wakefield. merman's) demands are more' —than we can reach," added! V-l \A/ •. *. i The Hurley Little League Br ^ning. Tale Wants to Import zycki and Charles Laurila. i bursed. The committee lhanks All-Stars will play the Tigers, - Tfl e negotiating session is sub- MultJQdD Soectoaraoh Out ?f town npvsnns ntt.pnriinp- all who shnwpri interest winnprs nf thp ipao-no r.h*™. J ect to call of the mediators. _r__ r - r a «K" Out ?f town persons attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shiffra, Joseph Shiffra. all of Kenosha; Mr. and Mrs. all who showed interest, \vinners of the league championship, in a game tonight ; Telephone service from this starting at 6 p.m. at the Little Number of Inmntpc rea tc points east of Bergland League Field. I , , D •"•"««« area was interrupted this morn i n Little League All-Tuurna- Is at Record Low WASHINGTON (AP) - A bill THE WEATHER TEMPICIIATI'KKS IN IRONWOOD Monday. July lit, IJHiA. For 24 hr. period cndiiiR at 12 nuon. 2 p.m. US 10 p.m 57 6 a.m. 4H 4 p.m 08 Midniit'i! S2 8 a.m. < .17 6 p.m. 67 2 a.m SO 10 a.m. S4 8 p.m. 6U 4 a.m 48 Noon 88 Humidity, 80 pei- cent. Barometer: 6 a.m. 30.12; Noon 30.1J RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:47. Sunrise to- to permit Yale University to; morrow 5:27 Moonrise tonight import from Britain without 11:54. p.m. Last Quarter Juiy 21. duty a $400,000 inuIUgap speclo- j Prominent Star - Regulus, sets graph for use in conjunction '•• 9:44 p.m. Visible Planets--Ve- Garden City, was shot and kill-

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