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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOO, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1965. Market Headed Lower Early This Afternoon Obituaries Milk Deliveries Intermediate To Firm Halted School District Report Is Given Ivor Erickson MASS — Ivar Erifkson, 55, of Greenland, died suddenly of a Michigan dairy farmers will heart attack Monday night at halt m ,j k deliveries to Sealtest 8:30 at his home. Company on July 21 in re- He was born Dvc. 22. 1909 at spouse to what producer spokes- early th s afternoon despite attended school there and ,, strngth in arospace defense me ' ««ienaea isu.oni ineie ana milk from Wisconsin. ot^uo o«rt erm-,r, Mont rn,-,i n c was graduated I ram the Green- m ^ n ^^., „,„„ „„ Teen Club Names Officers for Year WHITE PINE — Robert Raymond was elected president of the Teen Club at a recent meeting, with Beth Tonkin nam e d vice president: D»bby Ton k i n. secretary and reporter; and Leeann Helakoskl. treasurer. Mrs. Harold Raymond is advisor. The teen room H open Wednes- school He was em n g County closed operations with a day evenings during the sum- balance of $7,152.34 in the gen- mer from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Chaper- ocnwi tie was em- - „, lon , was announced bv eral operating fund, according ones for this week are A. Bodin. the White Pine Cop- Mlcnl £ an Milk Producers Asso- to the financial report presented July 21; R. Sorrel July 23, y..^ ^ ,^,^.~ ^ r-™*-^ c a previous to that bv clatlon qfter ll learned that, at the final meeting of the and P. LaPointe, July 24. The for greater defense spends* be, gg ontonagon vllley Co-oJ Sealtes< Dairy is brt n8»ng raw i board, verified by the report of clean-up committee for the cause of the increasing einnha- 'c^aniery Vd ey OOK3p milk from a plant near Green the audit of accounts for the same period includes Douglas sis on Viet Nam. , He was married Oct 15 1938 Bay - Wlscollsin - to its Lansing year 1964-1965, ending June 30. Repall, Peter Sorell. Veronica The* market was mixed and Ontonagon to tne forrner Er . plant, then reloading the milk T he report and audit report LaPointe. James Puotinen and dull at the start. Defense Issues Ma kl. who survives hlmi tankersi at tne Sealtest P lant ir - were approved by the newly Beth Tonkin. Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Adn. i 11 e d Monday: Edward J-. -Cocking, 207 N. Beecher St... Bessemer, Mrs. Leo Goodwin, 1215 Cloverland Drive, Clvrle. J. Gustafson, 403 W. Laron St, Eugene W. Maki, Route 1. Charles K. Riehm, 540 Cloverland D r i ve, medical: Michael C Perkins, Milwaukee, Andre.w W. Skovi- era, 705 Cary Road, Hurley, surgery. City Council Refers Request To Street Head BESSEMER — The Bessemer City Council, at its meeting Monday, referred to street commissioner Peter Pairolero, a re-, . , ,. . . ,, , quest of resident* of the "Jim-' Anna C. Dain, Watersmeet: Mrs. uncler consideration at the regu- Board Discusses School District Pay Increases The subject of salary Increases for clerical and custodl a 1 Discharged Monday: Mrs.; personnel employed by the Iron- Joseph Zelinski. MPI-CCI: M r s | W ood School District was taken gles" area for cooperation of Edythe Cox, Mrs Roland An— i derson and baby. Hurley. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. later by the eletcronics. i neth of White Pine Ronald of to Wisconsin. I gon Intermediate School Di s - John Autos oils, tobaccos and elec- De trolt and Robert at home; "Ridiculous as this maneuv e r trlct Board of Education at its tncal equipments were among two daughters vlrs v e r n e may sound, it is more than just. organization meeting July 14 at losers. Losses in these grnups Buehler of Rochester. Mich., a harmless shenanigan" said, the Bergland High School. and others were widening m ear- and jm at , lomp . three d . Glenn Lake, president of Michi- The report for the fiscal year r r ( , T ly afternoon and some of the cnndren . six slst ei-s. Mrs. Hilda S an Milk Producers Association. 1964-1965 shows total receipts of L/\r l-AlirTn I firm gams qmong the defense-elec- K oskela and Mrs. Mary Riddle " II is. IP fact, a devious attempt S18.385.02: disbursements o f |UI |UU C tromcs were being trimmed. of H arper Woods, Mrs Nelma to break Michigan prices, in that siO,522.21; and a balance of S7,- iwim Associated Press average M akinen of MarqiiPtte, Mrs i 11 Qualifies a large amount of 862.81. John H Taylor of 212 ironi .. . ..- _ Wisconsin milk for a share of the Tne breakdown includes the St.. Hurley, will bp seeking his ,. s of 60 stocks at noon was off o Mae Lind of Dear'xmi at 324.2 with industrials off .9.' Mlnnie siskonen anC. ....... rails off .3 and utilities un- Martha Heron of Detroit, and sales ' r - southern Michigan. Mrs. Proceeds from drinking milk following: one brother. Charles of Detroit. The Dow Jones industrial av-. The remai erage at noon wss off 2.80 at C oll Funeral 877.46. n Funeral Miles Laboratories dipped s s complete but are tentatively set' to 36 1 /:! on a block of 10.000 for Thursday, shares Control Data was off 1's at 33 \'-. on a block of 191600 shares. A generally higher trend prevailed on the American Stock Exchange. Trading was light. Corporate and U.S. Treasury bonds were mostly unchanged in light dealings. fourth consecutive three-y e a r General operating fund — re- term as a member of the Board j "The occurrence of this jug- C eipts. $15.627.57. including 36,-. of Education in the Hurley Joint immediately prior to <yn, Gogebic County tax levy; School District's annual election the city in converting a vacant area at the intersection of Mill Street and 2nd Avenue, for a children's playground Counc i 1- man Russell Wilson said parents complained that their child r e n have no place to play except the street, which is hazardous. He said the area designated is a vacant lot, formerly occuped by a residence. It needs some leveling and clearing Parents of the area will supply sanr* boxes, swings, and other play equipment. The street commission e r was directed to find out who owns the lot, and what is entailed in preparing it for playground purposes. The question of liability was raised in the discussion. Wilson reported on progress lar meeting of the Ironw o o d School Board Monday evening in Luther L Wright High School. Admitted Monday: Mrs. Lydia! Supt R. Ernest Dear recom- Lampi, Wakefield. medical. mended that all clerical person- Grath, Ironwood; Mrs. Charles Swartz, Mareniscc. Discharged Monday: Alfred! Ml in the system be given a Benson. Presque Isle, Wis.; $50 raise in salary and be cov- Wilbert Bjork, Mrs Gordon Lux- ered under the same insurance more, Bessemer, Joseph M c - program as the teaching person- Supl. Dear then added that the new minimum wage law ap- , plies to five persons now em- j ployed by the district and they i must receive a pay incre a s e I by Jan. 1, 1966. I Dear asked that the recom- i mendation be adopted by the i board ! The board disucssed the pro- wnnq-TYW TPX <AP> — A Posed Increases and came to the H ° U ^Sn and .tattooed ™^™"»:\^™S*L^ Astronauts Tell Mission Plans GOP Charges Rush Action ? c ,;ea, m oU,e ,0 an llncllraan Malcolm w - the next monthly meeting. The board then received the us to respond MBrcer.il- lnoluttet salarles . S6.241. includ- representative to cooperat.ve " Stock Market NOUN QUOTATIONS ""' and Mrs. WASHINGTON (APi—A S601-1 "We urge Sealtest Co. to re- §810. _, 1«,t . mileage for board of education, perlntendent of schools sytem in Wisconsin. Taylor 's vice chair- million higher-education bill was ; considei this unjustifiable impor- Expense-; SI 631 35 itemized' man of tne agency's 11-mem b e r rammed through a House com- tation ol milk and resume its for travel" audit printing "in- Board of Control. The agency mittee in 20 minutes under; historical reliance on Michigan SU rance instructional supplies m p ludes 20 different school dis- White House orders, Republi- ; dairy Inrmers to serve Michi- and of f{ ce expense- and capital tricts in Iron, Ashland. Bayfield, can members of the committee! gan's milk needs." Lake said outlay for equipment S596 88 Douglas and Sawyer counties. "™" """"•"• '—'— " f " ! " h community College Feasibil- say. former members of Mich- Since June, 1958, Taylor has 1 been employed as a factory and NEW YORK (AP)—Following The rush action was taken, ^ igan Milk Producer's Association jt y study Fund- Is a sectioned list of stock tran- they hinted in a minority report I produce adequate supplies of the Receipts $1 500 contributed by < mine ins P ector In t>le Safety and sactions on the New York Stock i so President Johnson could point : highest quality Grade A m i 1 k tne county Planning Commis- Buildin e s Division of the Wis- «-, i _A . : j ,j«.. ...14.1.. -.-.*- tr» Htn -nnrtmtir-tll r*Ui-ttn«4- i« — fn fill Hi ft nooHc nf 7i,f 1^)11 rr Q n • P.nnSiTl Rt,3t.P ITlnl ISLflfl l CnmiTllS- Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armoui Bait & Oh Beth Steel Briggs Mf Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Cont Can Det Edison Dow Chem du Pnnt East Kod Ford Mot Gen FdF Gen Motors Gen T*tl Gerber Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Inlann Steel Inter Chem •'•Interisk Ir Int Bus Mch Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kim Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY central Pennev, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears R.oeo Ste Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U— I'p to the accomplishment in a to fill the needs of Michi g a n s j on speech that night at a S100-a- \ markets We stand to make this Disbursements $138633- ba-: s . ion ' Prior \° taking that _,_.. ~ ... .... . i ™ < n.—n_wi_ »_ _n j-!-!—...i— wiouuiacuieniB. 31,000.00. ud t j on ne wor k ed as a miner at for t of Mine Local of the plate Democratic dinner. i miiK avauaoie 10 an dairies wno lance of sm 33 was refunded to The bill in question, which j deal i r - good faith and who hon- the planning would provide a broad new pro- j or the letter and spirit of our - i, 1B no bala] gram of aid for colleges, includ- '• negotiated agreements." ing grants for needy students, was approved 21-2 by the education and labor committee June 47'i D '.« 49Vi D i/s 113/4 671/8 U Vs 361/4 32 D 3 /s 351/4 D Vs 4% 67 U 1/4 44% D VB 77V'8 U Vs 58V' 2 U Vi 53V<! 35% 69" 8 D Vs , . 236% D i/i i reporting of the bill by the com-1 Joseph County officials to halt a 24. The vote was taken at a hastily called meeting, late in the afternoon, with only four of the committee's 10 Republicans present. Two voted for the bill The ether eight Republican Halt Program, Officials Told LANGING (AP) — Atty. Gen I ing no balance. Breakdown of tn | «?o P «f n f Sei k S 1°, WS Opa ^ lient °, f United" SteeiworkerT'or Amerf- . $396 to Dr. Max Smith, consul- ca l a ". 1 ' 5Lf x 5?" =se !. ln ™"?. ln _ B . t ? Taylor is active in civic, fra- Bessemer; $185 to Michigan te rnal and church affairs. He State University for spe c i a 1 ser ved on the Hurley City Coun- techmcian services. The w o rk cll and the Iron County Board of I of Dr. Smith and personnel of simervisors in 1950-55 and at. thp ™.«Z^»^™™\& ground near' L^^T^^^ 'Harry^onT* and asKing inat| and a t^Carnarvon^on the ^est Rutger Erickson, college; Law™,...in w_ Mrs. Sharon Kopecko, Central; Mrs. The two spacemen talked to Marion Kartell. Newport, and sd on plants of senior citizen residents of the Falrvlew Addition, relative to an unhealthful condition' new smen Monday about tne i Mrs. Charlotte Gembolis and in thp npitrhhnrVinnrt riiip tn thp ' «ight-day flight, which the Na- iMrs Barbara Samard i c h , existence of I pouUryraUng n tional A ^onautics and Space sleignt . The board a]so accept . the nTghb?rhoo P d Irfth*"ffiuSi Ad ^±S±f U?h ^mln <* the resi g" ati ° n of Ml ' s ' Astrid ion it was indicated that the A rendezvous with a sma11 Erickson, grade school librarian, complaint should be made to 1 ^f f" ite '^ Dt ° ^./ 1C ™,°^ Mrs. Norma Ahola, high the health officer. , of the capsule on the second of ;SChool English teacher, and Various problems of drainage i 121 orb JJ* d " ring , 195 h ° urs in Richard Ehlinz. college history street paving and oiline in the' space - Uk ewise is on the pro- teacher, also offered their resig- East End Addition, were brought! S ram - nations and they were accepted to the attention of the council! Anothe , r Proposed test is a Dy the Doard . and no action war taken upon' nook uP f or a two-way conversa- j Robert Vaara was relieved of hearing plans of the street and, tlon with fellow astronaut Scott; the coaching duties at the New- sidewalk committee for solving • Carpenter, who will be in a div- them. It was noted that black-' in e bel1 beneath the Pacific top paying must be limited to j Ocean off California. port Grade School, upon his request, and the job was given to James Nordling. the amount previously designat- 1 T he spacemen said some or-! Gerland Massa was appointed bits will be over the United to the mathematics department ed because of lack of funds. The program will be continu e d next season. Supervisors in 1950-52 and at the! of »h P Htv '°"- eclty States at night and it may be i O f the Gogebic Community Col- possible to see the capsule , i ege anf i the resignation of Miss streaking through the heavens. ; Mary Benetti, clerk of Newport i his department, who worked on ( present time he is grand knight the study project, was done in O f the Hurley Knights of Colum- ->tPri that Tnhncn • i AN-iNo fAF) Afrv PPM connectlon with their reg u lar'; bus Council, treasurer of the SS l ^°SS'£ i F.ISlSrSar ££Fi 5TSUSS, compematea b y i SSi^SSfiffiV^lSS F f^rt Kill l-w* +i,« Tr\cor»H Or»nr»fif nffio^Qlc tr» Vinlt o *.«»**» V.A aibj , UUIlbin /\SSOLlall Jll lOT rVctal UCU the bill by the com- Joseph County officials to halt a For nrintinsr. S183 to the Na-: nwirirpn a nn a m pmv>Pr anH and justices of the peace received Previous flights all passed over j school was accepted. 86V 8 U Vs mittee at the top of nine con- Planned birth control program tional PubUshing Co, Iro wood; pa president of toe S Ma y =o trvocQinnol onr-r<i->-ii-.Hel->vv,av,*c. fUnt iwhiph wniilri innliirp vnliintarv „„„„„„ . .. ° . ' _ . •"""• fa^\. yi^oxu^iii, ui m^ uv. maiy gressionai accomplishments that! which would include voluntary Sms to ttiricribe Prlnte^, Holy &ame Society ^t the time the vote was tak-! Sf °^n\ a Letter to purity , Jf^elec^ 00 t0 RUd ° 1Ph Egl ' materials 52 81& s D 95% D 4538 D Vs • more than a month. It now < referral to a resolution on fam- eiectVon in the sum 36 D i/i j awaits clearance by the rules' ily Planning adopted by the committee. Funerals 56'/2 D % 49 7 8 U a /4 43 7B U Vs 34 35'/4 D i.s 474 D '/a 81% D 1/4 53»s U ',4 56 7 ' 8 D i/s ] services were held Saturday at [FRANK D. BRUNK WATERSMEET — Funeral '< but mak es no mention of i county board of supervisors. ! Br i. "sassrsrus: ^TLS^ «rs ts ^ Wins Clearance fsK. sir-.^fii's; &£* oTS!,^ 6 ^^; vy mi w° ] aill - c districts; expend- WASHINGTON (AP)—A Sen- for hearing tech-' a te publication has revealed leaving a ba-l that William A. Wieland, a State i Department official criticized Teacher Institute Fund — re- for his attitude toward Fidel tion and materials on ^ 2 p.m. for Frank D Brunk, 73,1 Kelley said that under the St. . , T _ long resident of Lac Vieux Joseph County plan "all we - of 251 Ifl ^ teachers of the f are reciients would be noti- "" 5Q1/8 U i/s 55Va U W 84V8 U 3.8 343^ „,,„ „ 40 D Is i service was conducted by rionor-lsterilizrtion, and the county on"*hand"june 30 1QR4 321 , u Vs , ary Chief jphn_ Ackley_ assisted! ^ 1 ?.. B I? a ^ a . 1 l t . ee ._i h 5_ 2 aym ^ . Expenses of the 1965 ' tro hwon a second secu Desert, who died Tuesday at his ^home. The Tribal Indian burial fare recipients would be noti-! ti ,.r.,": *,,*„? tv, D A \ fied of these services including- Qls r lct aur ing the past year -me puoiicauon contains SiliLtVnn S «nrt L SS !? d ». b , ala . nce °'«*7. 3 ,58 in dues transcripts of secret testimony The publication contains 40 D 1,4 56% U 1/2 401/4 U Vs 68 D '/a 4814 by orator Mr. LaPat of Lac du ! Flambeau, with Mrs. Lill i a n ! Anawash and Mrs. Jose p h i n e the sterilization." McGehsick, assisting with rangements. . ! seph County program) Interment was in the Chippewa ' but its coercive nature med- hospital services for in the fund Total balance is before the Senate Internal Se- between oalan "Nnt nnlv ic this: (H-io <5t Tn ^v/uui ua»aiit.c 10 ipl.OQ^.Ol III- VU1U ar-i iNoi omy is inis tine 01. jo- f.i, ir iinn. «"? ico i* s_ n. , j«.. ! serjh Countv nroeram) illpsal i clumn e $7,152.34 in the general day. It is the first of a reported 30 i n - volumes and was released Sun- l a IS a operatin S fund : §439.58 in the in- Wieland, 57, has been serving cfjfnfp Indian Burial Ground, Lac Vieux! shocking violation of the funda- near i Desert. Servhiff as naiihpnrprs mental orincioles of human dip- B anrl «97n aa in D- 43? 8 605 8 U 1/4 46% 39 U 3-8 -Down '•> D i«i Desert - Serving as pallbearers were Chief Archie McGehsi c k, Dan McGehsick Sr . John and CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO lAP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 58%; 92 A 5°%; 90 B 57%; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58V 2 ; 89 C -58. Eggs steady; wholesale buy- mental principles of human dignity anrl marital privacy," Kelley said. John M. McGehsic):. Archie Bes- The most obvious violation of sen and Richard Williams. j existing law, Kelley said, is of In attendance from out of j notification of welfare clients of town were Sfc. James Bru n k, j the program, "thus singling out U.S. Army, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; Patrick Brunk. Cry s t a 1 Falls, and William C carr o 11 i igility status Fines Paid by Two Drivers Canberra, Australia. Wieland was head of the State Department's Office of -Carib- f«rrt r0 n l !r i T h ? Se f00d ^ Sh , elte , r i hT , W v motorists were "ned, one | Sve? in 'cuba. ^"wa? criticized is- dependent upon continued el- i bail bond was ordered forfeited! by some for inspiring the origi- fls 3n at the State Department. Now that his case is considered by the council, showed arr e s t and court trials of seven violators, with an aggregate total of fines in the sum of $72.20, during the month of June. In other actions the coun c 11 approved for payment clai m s against the geneial fund for a labor payroll of $929.29 and em- ploye payroll of $3,526 for the first half of July; and labor payroll of $95.20 against the light utility and $60 against the water and sewer utility as recommended by the public wor k s board. Approved the report of the status of funds of "the gener a 1 fund on June 30, the close of the first nine months of operation; and the expense report issued by the city clerk for the month of June. The summary of the nine months report shows income of $182,505.64 including $99,224 tax appropriation; $2.975.19, excess of roll; and $80.206.45 from other sources. Expenditures totaled $138,399.71, leaving a balance of $44,105.93, increased to $47,980.48 by a earn balance of $3,874.55 in the fund at the close of the past fiscal year, Sept. 30, 1964. The city clerk estimated addi- this country during the day. Scientists to Team Up To Launch Satellite WASHINGTON LAP) — U.S. and German scientists will team up to launch a scientific satellite into the earth's radiation belt in 1968. Under an agreement between the National Aeronautics and All personnel who are leaving the school system will receive a letter of appreciation from the board for the service they have rendered to the system. The following persons were approved for clerical, janitorial, maintenance and attendance officer positions in the district for the 1965-66 fiscal year: Clerks—Alma Nelson, Beverly Swanson, Kathleen Jon son, Space Administration and the! Marv *-ouise Roberts, Mrs. Federal German Ministry for Scientific Research, German scientists will design and launch the satellite and it will be put into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base. THE WEATHER TEMPEHATURES IN IRONWOOD Tuesday, July 20, tWi.V For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 71110 p.m. 70'Midnight 69; 2 a.m. 651 4 a.m. 57 6 a.m. 55, 8 a.m. 5410 a.m 52 Noon 53 58 61 , 67 I Barometer: 6 a.m. 30.10; Noon 30.11. closed, he is being assigned as tional revenue of about $20,000 supervisory consul general in from gas and weight tax, sales ing prices unchanged: 70 per I attended. cent or better Grade A Whites! 32; mixed 32; mediums 27;] MRS. MARY CHAKANICH standards 27; dirties unquoted; checks 211/2. Jr., Wakefield, now of Washing-j Kelley told the county piose-i Muni^a) Court in Ironwood this ton, D. C. Numerous relatives i cutor to advice the board that' week. " and friends from Lac du Flam- such a program may not be im- > Raymond A. Saari Ironwood beau, Milwaukee and Mole Lake, -' '--• ---• "-- 1 "-- ' - . acn», J.IUHWUDU, Wis.; Iron River, Trout Creek and the surrounding area also plerne-ited and that the resolution is null and void. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Smollar Chaxanich, 78, of 978 Newport Location, who died Mariner Sends More Photos speeding Thomas R. Gallo, Minneapo- tro. The win second Wieland clearance was revealed by William J. Crockett, deputy undersecretary of state for administration, in secret testimony before the lis. was fined $10, plus $4,20 i subcommittee last May 4. costs, for driving too fast for 1 Crockett said a three - man conditions of the road July 16. board was unanimous in its Donald M. Bugni, Ken o s h a. Wis., posted a $15 bond for PASADENA, Calif. (AP) —! speeding on July 17. Sunday will be held Wednp^dav 1 r ^« 1 '^". ^am. (t\r> — , oyccuiug un juiy 17. at; 10 arri at Hoi= Trlnltv ffi^Mariner 4 forged well into the' Maxlne L. Laguna, Gile. for' CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP)—lUSDA) — ?0° g llw?r 00; i?m e 2!o1b a ?500° ^oTrMateiik ottering' tTe', 10 earlh a posslble 21 Photo-' ing on July 17. 5525 - head at 25 60 mixed" Mass. Interment "» be a t • graphs ot Mars ~ P lctures of A11 of the cnar S es were 1 3 i9a25o!bs 24752500 23 ^verside Cemetery. '' what somp «"""»"*- «« """" : hv fhp "»« ™»~ oh-c^ch^^^R^.^m':^^^^ to?«y J" «l«ylng ; felted .bond of $15' for speed- 220-270 Ibs '24.25-24.75; 1-3 350-400 lb sows 21.75-22.25; boars 14.50- The McKevitt-Kershnei F u - neral Home will open for visitation at 4 today and the rosary what some scientists say could by the city police, be Cattle?500; calves 35; slaugh- wiu be reci ted at the f u n era'l ter steers steady to 25 lower; j nome at 7:3 ° several loads high choice and prime 1.150-1,350 lb 27.50-2825; Choice 1 : 150-1,350 Ibs 26.00-2750; mixed good and choice 950-1,250 Briefly Told The Hurley Volunteer Jet Propulsion Laboratory j Directoi William H. Pickering; said the rest of the Mars pic- i tures would not be made public : Goldberg Continued from Page One for "a matter of weeks" after Then came World War II, and finding, and said Wieland was opposed to Castro "despite the more widely accepted line (that Castro might be the white hope for Cuba." Crockett said the first favorable determination in the Wieland case was made in January 1962 and signed by Otto Otepka, then chief security evaluator in the state Department. In August 1963, however, Otepka told the subcommittee he questioned Wieland's "judg- J-hni J^Inf'lHmp 6 ^ 3 ! m K Department will hold its regular choice ana prime 850-1,025 lb nmrtirp wwinn ,-nni CT ht Q i• T ^ slaughter Heifers 25.50-26.00; thf ™ -- --- g Choice 800-1,050 Ibs 23.50-25.50; i Homemakers, Garden Clubs to Have Picnic • The. Iron, County., Homemakers and frardejn Cluos will have a the last picture has been re- ! 9 oldber i to o k a Job with the Of-! ment and integrity " ceived next Saturday. flce °f Strategic Services, or-i The path of Mariner 4's fly-by sanizing a giant espionage net- M |^l,|. l , c l 1r |, n v / , past Mars last Wednesday indi- work of anti-Nazi transportation M< ^nrusncney . cated Us eighth and subsequent workers behind enemy lint;--. Coat Gift Is Stolen picturec. taken less than 8.000 As counsel for the CIO. he! SAN miles from Mars, might show won the 1949 court ruling that' ! dark areas which some experts m ade pensions a collective bar-i The Hurley Board of Review j think could be some form of Saining item. He helped Fur —Ni of former San Fran- will reconvene at 1:30 Wednes-! Plant life - though unknown on^eer the agreement that created h« 0 hP^n y v 0 pn^pri g tt^pn iStOPher dav aftprnnnn at the nitw r-ioi-t'o p.arth the AFL-mn anrt h=,ri ioo,nv,o ndt> oeen repoiiea ssoien. picnic' Wednesday, beginning witjj a potluck lunch at 11 a.m. at the pile 'Stowage Park. Members are v asHed -to "bring a guest and also to provide ; tlieir own table service^ At' 1 ' 1:30 Robert Norman, Petrusha's softball team will " i "~"" — ---------- ~-i-«--- - ..... day afternoon at the city clerk's office. All persons must have a i written application for appoi n t- i ment. The Gogebic County Board of Supervisors will meet in general session Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the court.rouse at Bessemer. 1 3 10-year span. | Goldberg's wife is a well, known abstract painter, and reported Monday that the Chris- ve tophers' residence here was burglarized last weekend. Pays Fine and Costs On Gun Law Violation -~~~— ,,«„,«,. BiJU _ , . _ WAKEFIELD—Michigan State i modern Paintings, some by Mrs., Conferees m KeCCSS Police arrested George G r a- i Goldberg, decorate the Labor brick, 52, Wakefield. at 12:05 Department offices. a.m. Saturday on M-28, near Tne Goldbergs have two chil- Tula, for having a loaded shot- dren. gun in his car He was ar-: will resting program play the Saxon softball team at WASHINGTON (AP)— Senate and House conferees on the $3.36-billion foreign aid authorization bill were in recess today ..... _,.... qri drlnwppd. "Jtp which all in- the old Hurley football field to- ,>ld»r*sted persons are invited. 1 night at 6:30. raigned before Judge Fred Wil- Saccharin is 400 to 500 times erences been versions hams on Saturday, pleaded gull-; as sweet as ordinary sugar, but passed by the two chambers ty> , and , P.S" a Ilop of $25 plus £ ontains no carbohydrates and ; Another session has been set costs of $7.30. i has no food value. [tentatively for Wednesday. and intangible tav due duri n the next three months, providing about $67,000 for operation during the remainder of the year closing the year in the black, provided all departments stay within their budgets. 6 Navy Ships Reactivated SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—The Navy has disclosed that six "mothballed" vessels — including four rocket-launching ships —are being reactivated for active duty in the Pacific. The hospital ship, Repose, and two rocket vessels are being readied at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco, a naval public information officer said Monday. Two other rocket ships are being refurbished at Long Beach, Calif. In Philadelphia, Pa., a spokesman said the Navy had reactivated the USS Kula Gulf, a 15,000-ton escort carrier. Nation Friendly Toward U. S. WASHINGTON (API — Sen. J.W. Fulbright has described Yugoslavia as "a nation which is for the most important purposes friendly, and certainly not hostile, toward the United States." The Arkansas Democrat, chairman the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, visited Yugoslavia last November. Fulbright reported to the committee Monday that it is "possible and desirable for the two nations to maintain normal, cooperative and even cordial rela THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, clear 75 49 Albuquerque, clear 93 68 Atlanta, cloudy 87 70 Bismarck, cloudy .. 86 68 43 Boise, cloudy 88 70 Boston clear 79 58" . Buffalo, clear 69 46 Chicago, clear 69 62 Cincinnati, clear ... 84 59 Cleveland, clear 71 46 Denver, clear 91 63 DCS Moines, rain ... 72 67 Detroit, clear 71 50 Fairbanks, rain .... 54 46 Fort Worth, cloudy . 98 75 Helena, cloudy 86 59 Honolulu, clear 86 74 Indianapolis, cloudy 82 60 Jacksonville, cloudy 96 74 .01 .52 .06 .05 Juneau. clear 60 41 Kansas City, rain .. 76 71 2.50 Los Angeles, cloudy., 81 59 Louisville, clear ... 86 64 . Memphis, cloudy .. 92 73 Miami, cloudy 86 79 .05 Milwaukee, clear ... 67 57 Mpls.-St. Paul, cldy 76 62 . New Orleans, cloudy 92 71 New York, clear ... 81 58 . Oklahoma City, cldy 98 75 Omaha, cloudy Philadelphia, clear Phoenix, cloudy Pittsburgh, clear . Portland, Me., clear 80 55 Portland, Ore., rain 75 58 Rapid City, clear .. 84 59 Richmond, clear ... 80 64 St. Lou's, rain 74 71 Salt Lake City, clear 85 58 San Diego, cloudy . 75 63 San Francisco, clear 59 55 : Seattle, rain 74 "56 Tampa clear ........ 88 76 Washington, cloudy . 87 64. Winnipeg, clear ..... 72 66 (T—Trace) 71 68 .60 81 60 105 73 73 45 . .02 . ,42 .27 .01 ;07 RANGE SKIES 'Sunset 8:46. Sunrise tomorrow 5:28. Moonrlse tomorrow M2:13 a.m. Last Quarter tomorrow 12:54 p.m. Prominent, star -E- Bernicr Erickson, Ruth Heal y, Dorothy Levijoki. Gera 1 d i n e Jordan, Sandra Anderson, Sue Trojahn and Frances Taslaska. Maintenance, matrons and janitors—Mrs. Lydia Koyk a r , Mrs. Esther Aspinwall. Charles Lewinski, Joseph Ruby. Wallace Slade, Arne Kujanson, Kenneth Rowe, Albino Rigoni, Carl Olson, William Turunen, Norman Rasmussen, Floyd Rouse, Carl Hagstrom, Ben Finco. John Carlson, Leo Stanczak, William T. Bassett Jr., Carl Anderson, Warren Ekman, Carl Jackson and David Anderson. •Attendance Officer — Thomas Oliver Rowe. A contract for coal for the coming school year was awarded to the Morgan Nelson Sup ply Company, Ironwood at a rate of $11.62,per ton and the Twin City Fuel Company was awarded a contract for 4,100 gallons of fuel oil for the year at a rate of $.1315 per gallon. The Continential Insur a n c « Company, Ironwood, was awarded the contract to supply the school with group pupil insurance for the coming year. The board then awarded the transportation contract to the Ironwood Service Center on a bid of $6,858.51 which includes in town operation, maintenance, grease, oil and gas. The bid included a $2.50 per hour and a lOcent per mile rate for out of town trips. The board accepted the report of the Finance Committee given by Louis Miklesh, in the absence of Wilbur McLean Jr., chairman of the committee. A report on the activity of the Buildings and Grounds Committee was given by Fred Dubbe, chairman, and war, accepted by the board. The question of the school system's insurance coverage of the glove factory building was brought forward and a two-man delegation volunteered to discuss the matter with tl.e factory management and report back to the board at the next meeting. The superintendent was given authorization to purchase $1 505.70 worth of textbooks and $1,757.56 worth of workbooks for the coming' school year. The board then author! z e d Supt. Dear -to apply for new desks ;for the, mathematics department under the National Defense Education Act and the matter will be settled" at a future meeting. HABITABLE AREA) •• • • Not more than two-fifths of the Spica, in southwest at sunset,, total land area, of the earth is sets 11:15 P;m. The planet, Mars,;, habitable by human beings or well to the right of Splcn, is j has physical and climatic condl- about 138 million miles from the Earth tonight. tions permitting the crops. growth

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