Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 1, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, June 1, 1965
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TUESDAY, JUNE 1,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Flint Man Is Cycle Champ IONIA fAP>—Bart Markel of Flint won both the expert class 5 and 10-mile events in the Michigan State Motorcycle Championships Sunday at the Ionia Free Fair track. The races, run on a half mile .flat track were marked by tragedy when Charles Atherton, 25, of White Pigeon was thrown from his bike and killed in a novice class qualifying heat. Of- 'icials said Atherton's motorcycle apparently collided with •mother on the west turn. Markell won the five-mile event In 4:33.3 and took the 10- mile in 9:08.6., Ronnie Rail of Mansfield, Ohio, was second in the five- mile and Dick Mann of Crockett, Calif., was third. Bennle Bowder of Kalamazoo finished behind Markell in the 10-mile. Al Caskill of Roseville was third. Jack Warren of Clio won ths novice five-mile in 4:47.7 fol-! lowerl by Larry Darr and Dennis Bullock, both of Mansfield, Ohio Corky Keener of Flint took the amateur event in 4:46.4 USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS eprecons The most comfortable sandals ever to brighten your leisure hours end costumes ... to flatter and pamper your feet. Soft, supple, featherlight . . . they spoil you for all other casual shoes (except leprecons) .. . right on down to the price! $3.99 Many other pattterns to choose from. BESSEMER HONOR STUDENTS—Cheryl Jansson and Francis Mussatti of the A. D. Johnston High School, will represent the 1965 graduating class as valedictorian and salutatorian at commencement exercises Thursday evening in the high 'school gymnasium. Miss Jansson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rurik Jansson, South Besssemer, ranks highest academically with an average of 3.894 out of a possible four points; and Mussatti, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mussatti, North Ramsay, ranks second with an average of 3.807. Both have taken the college preparatory course in high school and both have taken part extensively in extra-curricular activities. They are co-editors of the "Drift," senior year book: both were active in forensics: and both took part in the senior class play, Cheryl as student director and Francis as a member of the cast; both were active in Spanish Club. Miss Cheryl was a member of the Thespian Troupe 288, high school dramatic society; was reporter for the the "Crier" high school publication; a member of the glee club and mixed chorus; was library assistant: took part in Senior Government Day as secretary; and both were active in the "Pep Club." Outside of school, Cheryl was active in the Sharon Luther League and taught Sunday School: engaged in 4-H club activities and was a member of the 4-H Service Club. Cheryl plans to enter Northern Michigan University, Marquette. in the fall, to major in elementary grade education. She has been awarded through Northern, a tuition scholarship provided by the Lakehead Pipeline Inc., and her potential as a teacher has been recognized by the award of a recruitment scholarship by Delta Kappa Gamma, a national education society. Mussatti, in other activities, was a member of the high school ski club for three years, and of the ski team one year. Active in the ROTC program, he was judged Superior cadet in his junior year and won ROTC Scholarship achievement awards during the two years of activity. He took part in the annual Michigan Mathematics competition, and this year, came within one point of reaching the top four per cent out of 24.000 students participating. He has been awarded a scholarship to Michigan Technological University, Houghton, which he plans to enter in the fall. Plans for'Head Start' Are Made DETROIT rAP) — Michigan's first three "Head Start" centers for disadvantaged, poor children are scheduled to open June 21 in the Elkton - Pigeon - Bay Port School District of Huron County Announcing the opening schedule today, Malcolm R. Lovell Jr., director of the Mich- I igan Economic Opportunity Of- j five, said the Thumb Area cen- j i ters would be opened a week i j ahead, on June 14, If this proved, possible. | The three centers are to serve \ 75 children, and were scheduled to start first because the district':: school year ends June 4 and the fall term begins in August Training for a professional staff of 1,000 to conduct the state's 500 centers has been allocated to nine universities, according to Lovell, and another 250 professionals may be added later. Professional-trainees will undergo six days of instruction in the handling of the 16.000 preschool children expected to be enrolled in the state's anti-poverty "Head Start" program. Universities chosen for instruction, dates and number of trainees assigned follow: University of Michigan, June 28-July 3. 75; Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit, June 21-25, 50. Wayne State, June 21-25, 25: June 28-July 3. 400: Michigan State, June 21-26, 100: June 28- July 3. 75: Michigan Technological University. June 14-19, 75: Western Michigan, June 14-10, 50: June 21-26. 25: Northern Michigan, June 14-10, 75: Centra; Michigan, June 14-19. 25; Junf 21-26, 25; June 28-July 3, 25: Eastern Michigan. June 1419. 25: June 21-26, 50; June 23- July 3, 25. VICIOUS VARMINT The wolverine, a large member oi the weasel family resembling a small bear, is so vicious that it is hunted by no other animal except man. No More Strike Pay tor Group COPENHAGEN, Denmark (APi—Striking brewery work- ere were told Monday they would get no more strike pay, and thirsting Danes were told they may have to live through the summer without beer. A majority of the 6,000 brewery workers on Saturday voted down a compromise offer designed to end their four-week-old strike fpr higher pay. Union leaders had recommended ac- ceptance of the compromise, saying their treasury was empty. Announcing the end of strike pay, a union spokesman urged the brewery workers to seek other employment, About 600 already have done so. Denmark has a labor shortage. I ! Normal Italic D Heavier Traffic IS Heaviest Tiallic PITCHBLENDE Pitchblende is one of the primary mineral ores of uranium, containing from 50 to 80 per cent of that element. Deposits are found in Africa, Cana d a. lEngiand, Europe and the United I States. Starting m\ ^SSK^ Over the bump s And on the turnpikes Plymouth's torsion-bar suspension smooths the ride. Relax. Sport Fury 2-dcor hardtop Try to shake up a '65 Plymouth. Go ahead, try. We warn probably won't be able to do it. Why? Because Plymouth's ride-under just about any driving condition you can think of-remains smooth and stable. And with good reason. Plymouth's torsion-bar suspension is backed by eight years of satisfied owners' service, and billions of miles on the road, It's the kind of ride that lets you rest... assured. Another assuring thing about the '65 Plymouths is the 5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty*. Read how it protects you. Then go see your Plymouth Dealer. *Hen'i h*w Mymmth's 5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty protect! you. Chrysler Corporation confidently warrants all ol tile following vital parts of its 1965 cnn for 5 years or 50,000 mile*, whichever comes first, during which time any such parts th.. prove defective in material and workmanship will t>e replaced or repaired at a Chryslm Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business without charge for such parts or labor: engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifold, water pump, transmission rate and internal parts (excepting manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential and rear wheel bearings. 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