Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 3, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 6

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
Page 6
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six iAYoCD DA. Li U, li\C.NV«'OCD, T;:.:::. The Rev. Robert Kennedy to Celebrate First Mass Sunday The first Solemn Mass of »he Rev. Robert Kennedy will be; celebrated at St. Amb rose Catholic Church Sunday. June 8 - at * : "•*"• Father Kennedy, the son o f Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kennedy, | 229 E. Vaughn St.. was born here Sept. 22. 1939. He re- ' ceived his primary education at St. Ambrose School. He it;ended the St. Lawrence seminary at Mt. Calvary. Wis., for six ' years. His training in philosophy * was received at St. Francis Ma!or Seminary. Milwaukee, where he spent two years. He studied 'heology at St. John's Provin- ::ial Seminary. l-Jymouth, Mich..' fnr four vpars Whii* at a f mi lour years, wnne 81 Hi. of tht ordained, will be honorary master of ceremonies. Acolytes will be Thomas Fox and Thomas Malovrh, seminarians from St. Ambrose; the Thurifers will be Terrence Healy. seminarian from Minocqua. and John Banach. a seminarian from Iron Mountain, and altar boys will be Raymond Kolesar, Donald Carli, Larry Tlziani. David Duma. Francis Paoli and Paul Malovrh, students at St. Ambrose High School. Joseph E. Murphv. H u r ley, a Knight of St." Gregory will be present in tiro sanctuary. Tne Men - s Choi flil .., ( . tpri hv Men & v>nou, aneoiea by Thomas L. Noa. This is- in important rnoment in the his- 1 :ory o. f the. congregation for Esther Kennedy is the first n'tesf ordained from St. A rn - rirosc since flic ordination 6 / In the celebration of his first solemn Mass. Father Kennedy nil be assisted by Msgr. Jos-' ?ph Dunleavy pastor of St. Unbrose. as archpriest; the .lev. Norbert Landreville of St. .Michael's. Marquette. will a t - b! Guards ol honor will be Louis Pnoli. John Zimmerman/ Adolpl) Rigotti. Henry Anderson, Leo 'Beauchamp. Charles Santini. Edward Luczak, Anton dex Bielawski, mem- F o u r t h D e g r c e Columbus, the Mass, a b a n- be served at the Iron-; National Guard Armory at i p.m. Msgr. McKevitt, P.A., 1 V.G., rector of St. Peter's Cathedral, Marquette. will de- Thei are invited to see scouting in' action. The session gives each scoutmaster the opportunity to, show the "fruits of his labor" and the value of scouting to the communities. ' issist as S me given by he Rev. Emmett Norden o f Martvrs' >nrtsh >0 s : the Sster of "5ft .nonies will b^ Peter Carli a Dunleavy will also ad- ieA Impres ' A response * lven by Father K * n ' = ain * c ° usin YESCHAK'S TOWER FAMOUS in WISCONSIN for FINE FOOD Serving Doily at Neon LUNCHEON BUFFET PRIME RIBS STEAKS DUCK SEAFOOD Reservations—Phone 518-4111 or 5M-9UJ LAC du FLAMBEAU South on 51-47 1 D Holy Sacrament in the parish church. Father Kennedy will be ' assisted by his cousin. F a t h er Wolf. O.F.M., as deacon and : the Rev. August Franczek a s subdeacon. A public reception will follow immediately in the church hall, i Arrangements for the reception are being made by the women of St. Ambrose Guild, with Mrs. Elbin Strom as chairman. ;Assisting co-chairmen will be jMrs. John Kostac, Mrs. Michael iMaurin and Mrs. John McMan- jman. Pouring at the reception j will be Mrs. Russell Harring, ton, Mrs. Strom, Mrs. John i Patrick, Mrs. Joseph McKevitt, Mrs. Ernest Leonard! and Miss Carolyn Wurl. Scout Camping Session Slated i A camping session for Boy f Scouts of the Wah-Da-Bong Dis- j trict will be held at Mercer this ! weekend starting Friday. Robert bisen district activities chairman has planned an interesting program for the annual district spring camporee The activity will be held at the Mercer Scout Troop camp area | immediately outside the village of Mercer. Signs will be posted to give directions to the area. Brochures ha"ve been mailed to the scoutmasters Who missed the roundtable in Ramsay The feature of the Saturday noon events will be a Scout skill rally with th- natural patrols competing for awards Unit committees parents the $100 for Your Old Refrigerator Ne MaHer What Condition 14.2 Cubic Foot Capacity No-Frost refrigerator- Troublesome frost never builds up in refrigerator. FREEZER holds 167-lbs. at "zero-degrees." Slide-Out Meat Pan. BusheUii* twin critperi, Mil, MQDILILI144 llon.M«f»»t doors, Ted Ellos Appliances IASY lUDOiT TERMS Federal Aid Bill Passes WASHINGTON (APi — The 1 Senate has passed a bill which would provide S3.3 billion over five years to aid economically distressed areas. It contains $775 million more than President Johnson asked. An overwhelming 71-12 vote Tuesday sent the legislation to the House where the Public Works Committee already has completed public hearings on it. In the Senate action 54 Democrats and 17 Republicans supported the bill and 3 Democrats and 9 Republicans opposed it. (Modernistic 1'hotn Sturlioi Briggs' Profits Down WARREN (AP)—Briggs Man- FATHER" ROBERT"KENNEDY " factul ' in B c °- Wednesday said EjOJ jits profits for the first quarter •,«,„," , (of 1965 were $4 058, compared nends oi sponsoring institutions. with $13,989 for the like period and other interested individuals-in 1964. i City Officials Go on Trial DETROIT (AP) —Dearborn Mayor Orville Hubbard and his two top police aides, each charged with violations of an 1870 federal civil rights law, are to go on trial today in U.S. Dis- •trict Court here. Hubbard, Public Safety Director George W. Lewis, and Police Chief Garrison Clayton are each charged with two ! counts of Tailing to use the pow-l j ers of their office to protect the jhome of a Dearborn man which i was attacked by a mob in 1963. ! The mob attacked the home of. i Giuseppe Stanzione, apparently ; I acting undei the false belief that' Stanzione had rented to Ne! groes. WMU Campus Street Will Be Extended LANSING (AP) — The State Department of Administration has been granted permission by the State Public Service om- mission to extend Oliver St., on the campus of Western Mich- igan University in Kali over two main track! of tht New York Central Railroad. Flashing light signals and half roadway gates were ordered installed at the crosslnf. - USE DAILY GLOW WANT ADS OPEN DAILY for LUNCHEONS 1I a.m. until 2 p.m. Featuring our fabulous ITALIAN FOODS your choice of ravioli, gnocchi, ho-made noodles or chicken cacciatore—only $1.50 including salad. LIBERTY BELL CHALET In Hurley FOR THOSE COOL SUMMER DAYS CHOOSE THE JACKET THAT'S MADE FOR YOU - FOR PLAY, FOR LEISURE AND ALL ACTIVITIES! • LINED OR UNLINED • NEW FABRICS • REVERSIBLES 5 and up ALSO LARGE SELECTION OF BOYS' JACKETS ALBERT'S CLOTHING & SHOES S. 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