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n FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAHY <UOBE. IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965. Mart Rebounds From 2 Sessions Of Sharp Losses Obituaries Mrs. Carl E. Rhenlund Mrs Carl E. Rhenlund, 62, Duluth, a former Ironwood res- son of Ironwood. and one grandchild. Miss Jean Larson, Mrs Leo Mueller, Mrs. Prank Carlson Misses Ruth and Esther Dahlin and Edwin Dahlin attended the services. MRS. JOHN E. SAHLIN ident. died Tuesday , Funeral services for Mrs ^ former Sally J Norman; Jonn E . Sanlin 73 of 730 Hill i was born here Jan. 28. 1903 and st-i who died Monday at Ree d NEW YORK (APi—The stocK, was confirmed at St. Pa u 1 citi y win be neld g atu rday at GCC Graduates Third Largest Sophomore Class Flight Continued from Pace One There was never any trouble today with the Titan. And there was nothing ever reported wrong in the space capsule or with the astronauts. Only the electrical problem prevented an on-time blastoff. Nine From Area Finish Training Graduation exercises for 107 trainees, including nine from this, area, enrolled in the Man- market bounced back today ; Lutheran Church. She was mar- 2-39 p.m., instead of 2 p m at ,,1=,== * *...._ i*.._ -.* »i. AU « i**.^.. i rio.'l hora frt Porl IT Rhonlnnrl «_i » _*, —. . . Cldao from two sessions of sharp loss-jrie.1 here to Carl E. Rhenlund galem Lutheran Church The es and was up substantially ear i and had resided at Duluth 35]R ev Kenneth L. Nerenz will of- ly this afternoon. Trading was! years. She was a member of The countdown started aheadipower Development Training The third largest graduating of schedule, then was right on j program at Northern Michigan 33-year history of the button when the electrical! University Area Training Cen- rn ^,_, p.,,. . malfunction occurred °°& eblc Community College active Redeemer Lutheran Church, Key stocks held gains of frac- ! Duluth. ^iUJ^tll AJ. i^Cl Cl 16 Will Ul* . TnP and interment will be at' received diplomas Wednesday in * l }« de Cemeterv. ! a commencement ceremony t.:" y Riverside Cemetery. ery. pa PH The N y b e r g-M i 1 ler Mor- held at the Luther L. Wright navc catnapped. tions to more than a point on a i Surviving, besides her hus- tuary wifl be" open" for" visita-' High Scn ° o1 gymnasium. McDivitt and White agree broad front. jbancl. are two sisters, Mrs. tion beginning at 4 p.m. Friday Tne college graduated 65 with director Krafton the mam ter, will be held at 6:30 this took thr delflvi eve ning in tne Lake Michigan renorted to' room of tne Don H - Bottum Uni^ i versity Center on the NMU campus at Marquette. According to John S. Teigen, The list 'forged ahead from Matt Marjala of Duluth and and until 11 a.m.Satu'rday when sophomores with the largest Purposes of the mission. the start and reached its high-, Mrs Carl Johnson of Kenosha. the remains will be taken to the share of them receiving Asso- "We are the first step est level in late morning. There- [Wis.. and several nieces an dj church to lie in state until time'date in Arts Degrees. after some of the best gains' nephews. I of services. weie sliced. i Funeral services will be h e 1 d Brokers called it a technical .Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Paul HJALMER T. ABRAMSON in the long-duration phase — of ex- Guest speaker for the occa- tending man's liveability in | sion was Theodore Albert of! space," said McDivitt. Ironwood who was among the Whit e said he considers his recovery, although they also cit-! Lutheran Church with the Rev. j Funeral services for Hjalmer GCC graduating class of 1937. planned exit a vital step toward ed favorable House action on ex-<Olive' A. Hallberg officiating, j T. Abramson, 67, of Ironwood i Albert spoke of the problems moon and interplanetery trips, else tax cuts and the reduction' Interment will be at Riverside Township, who died last Friday, i that will confront the gradu- during which • astronauts will in the British bank rate as en- Cemetery. couraging factors. were held Wednesday afternoon i ates, such as deciding on a life- have to work in space But he The remains will arrive from a t the St. Paul Lutheran Church, I time goal and facing up to dif- added: "The most mportant The trend was higher among j Duluth at 10 a.m. Saturday and; the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg of-ificult situations in later life. thing in the flight is long dura- w ,. nnnnv mr motors, utilities, airlines, aero-i will be taken directly to t h e i ficiating. Interment was at Riv- 1 Albert related some of the. ex- tion. The four days are a step | „' a^i^nV nf space issues, nonferrous metals, i church, where they will lie in j erside Cemetery. : periences which have aided him forward toward the two-week 1 p tobaccos and mail order-retails, state and may be viewed until: Pallbearers were Albert Sme-jto solve some of the problems flights we plan in the Gemini of area training, the trainees are completing training in seven MDTA classes including welder combination, screw machine set-up man, data processing technician, refrigeration mec h a n ic. furnace installer and repairman, electrical appliance repairman, and radio-television repairman. Principal speaker at the graduation program will be Bernard W. Conboy, director of Michigan The Associated Press average time of services. of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.2 Nyberg-Miller Mortuary is Jn at 331.3 with industrials up 2.4,! charge of arrangements. rails off .1 and utilities up .7. | The Dow Jones industrial av-i yage—which had been up tana, Sulo Wirta, Matt Kleimola. he has faced. i program." pansion. His topic will be "Impact of Manpower on Economic Expansion." Carl Hendrickson, Arvid Bjork- R. Ernest Dear superintend- Medical monitors around the Those trainees from this area ent fof th( L l ronw ™ d , schi °°J world will watch closely for any who will receive certificates of c«»t ffr«w\ n»**4 thA j-n«\I1 nrrn '*•> Fi««cit- • _ . • . . _ _ home. at the end of the first hour—cut :his rise to one of 3.30 at noon 'hen the reading was 907.36. Prices advanced in active trading on the American Stock j Neuma, la Sxchange. quist and Carl Kivi. Out of town persons attending system, and the college's first signs of mental or physical "de- av 'Mrs Richard Stanfield i the services were Mr - and Mis. dean, presented the diplomas to terioration which could prompt 6.18 >T1IJ - "•*.n»n« ftuiiiiwiu vvayne Abramson of Astoria, the class. William L. Johnson, a quick decision to end the mis- Mrs. Richard Stanfield, 57, ;ore., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Abranr: president of the Board of Edu- sion. Paulding, was found dead at her j sorii sonSi Kristi and Eric j cation, who was scheduled to and Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Erick-.; present the diplomas, could not The She was born Feb. 3, 1908 at ise n Sr., all of Long Beach Calif; ; attend the ceremony. * * * longest previous U.S. space flight was the 34 hour, 20 Wallace Abramson and Lloyd Two students received special minute ride by astronaut L „ Surviving are her husband; i Abramson of Taylor, Mich.; Mr honor for their academ ic Gordon Cooper Jr. that conclud- Corporate bonds were mixed, one son. Jack, and one daugn-| and M rs . Rudy Hill of Niles, achievements over their two ed the Mercury program. He 1*1 FT^ ««•.«* n. . «••. 1* & •* ^ .. ••*.•....* ' to V T .1 Mfl Q 1 Til . Y f «..» ^.uTYIHi-.M.JIirnl^ln TTn v» _ A At »»___ m «- . _.. - -.- . - . U.S. Treasury bonds were; ter, Linda 111.; Vernon Hill and Waldo Hem- years at the college. They nearly fainted after leaving his Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Wednesday: John L. Ahonen, Route 1, Hurley, Mrs. Anna I Kujala, Hjalmer T. Pesola, Route 2, Maurice Bachand, 376 E. Ayer St., Oscar R. Kivi, 127 E. Larch St., medical. Discharged Wednesday: Verner G. Lorenson, Gerald Swanson, Albert Johnson, Mrs. Laina E. Oja, Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. W a 11 er Hibbeln, Ontonagon, Mrs. Earl Charles Jr., Marenisco, surgery; Toivo Kaars, Pay- nesvlile, Mrs. Irving Johnson, Wakefield, medical. Discharged Wednesday: Mrs. Anna Riekki, Bruce Crossing; Elmer Kauranen, Ewen; Mrs. Frances Zarimba, Ironwood. 4 Are Appointed To Staff of Job Corps Center John Lupis, a civil -engineer on the Superior National Forest in Minnesota, has been selected as director of the Ojibway Job Corps Conservation Center, near Marenisco, Forest Supervisor John O. Wernh a m lower prices on autos, air conditioners, cameras, watches and a lot of other items. The Finance Committee is putting aside the health-care bill to take up the excise stronger on news that the Brit-i The remains are at the Brown : ming of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs , were Barbara Jean Murra and Faith 7 capsule and doctors said ish government had cut its bank j Funeral Home, Bruce Crossing. Tom Salo of Marquette: Mrs. James R. Tassava both of whom he suffered from a condition Funeral arrangements are in- RaC hp,l Haney and Mrs V. Myk- attained above the 3.5 or B-plus, : known as orthostatic hypoten- irVl nlotfi .1 .... 1..^*.!. —.I! ^^_ *-•....•.».•..«.. «*u< .._ I. _._- v Xr rate. complete. jkanen, both of Ontonagon; Mr i average. sion—which is marked by pool- Orin LaVoy Orin LaVoy, 53, of Bergland, O f Boulder Junction. died Wednesday afternoon at hisj home. LOUIS PRETTI and Mrs. R.C. Grahl and Mr. j Jacob A. Solin, present dir-!ing of the blood in the lower •and Mrs. Oran Grahl, all of Lac ector of the institution, present-' legs, rapid pulse and lowered du Flambeau, and Frank Grahl ed the class and also presented ; blood pressure. Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS NEW YORK (AP)— Following , -11- *u Tirvitt A i ~ ----- " "" --- * ---- "~ — " ~ " ~ **" * vv - y - *• •*««i» woiiii ui i/uc eiavitjf LU Jiiaivc LUC i tea it emu Is a selected list of stock tran-;*' 35 employed by the wmte ! Pre tti, 63, of Gile, were held First Baptist Church of Iron- blood- pumping system function was a, Wednesday at the St. M a ry wood opened the service with ! normally. However, Dr. Charles «^v- Catho]lc Churcn at Hurley with, the invocation and closed it with i A. Berry, NASA's chief of medi- the graduates who have re-i The condition generally is be- ceived special scholarships to | lieved caused by the weightless V8\ 52 U Is 41 U PA 36% D V4 71^8 U 1,4 245V4 U 1/2 80% U 5,8 55% U 1/2 82'/z 1021/s U 1% 36 62% U l'/4 lactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Mlied Ch 51',4 U Vz Un Can 46% U »£ ,\m Mot 12 U Vm Tel & Tel \rmour 41% U Beth Steel 36V2 U Calum H 22 7 <8 Ches & Ohio • 67% D '/ Chrysler 49% U 1 pities Service 76V S U Consumers Pw 3ont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem lu Pont East Kod Ford Mot Sen Fds Sen Motors Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Inland Stl . Inter Chem Int Bus Men Int Nick Int Te: & Tel Johns Man Kirhb 'Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel 43 5 /s U 1 . U—Up. D—Down. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK He Plne ' 9Funer ' servcs for Louis other institutions. world of space where, there is no Rev. Frank Oslin of the gravity to make the heart and and member of the U.S Steel Workers of America, the Bergland fire department and was a Berg| land Township constable I Surviving are his wife, Mar" " .'* I garet, and one daughter, Debbie, 69 •» U (I at home. Funeral arrangements are in- the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mic h a e 1! the benediction. | cal operations, believes it may complete. The remains are at the Brown Funeral Home, Bruce Crossing. . . , _ . u is Mrs. James Bertolas 51% D 42% U 35'/ 2 UD 477 U 89% U 58% U 621/4 U 515/8 D 56V'2 U 82 U 38 U 35V£ U 52% 72 D 42 U 55% U 42 U 70 U 42% U V 4 BESSEMER Mrs. James Bertolas, 82, of 703 E. Sellar St., died Wednesday at 4 p.m at the Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield, where was was admitted a week ago. She had been in ill health since December when she suffered a stroke. michardy, Joseph Bianchi, Peter the astronauts planned to work Prock officiating. Burial was atj Members of the graduating be caused by a combination of the St. Mary Cemetery. j class of the Gogebic Community, factors in the space environ- Serving as pallbearers w e re I college for the year 1965 are: ment — weightlessness, fatigue, Niilo Augustson, John Rajala. j Associate in arts degree-Mar- \ cramped quarters and lack of Anton Gust, Glen Daul, L o u i s i e ne Albert, Sharlene May A1-! proper exercise. VaKe and Peter Bartol. i my> Gary Antilla, Phyllis J. Ar- j To learn if exercise will help, Out of town persons attending . . . the funeral were David Pretti and Robert Pretti. Minneapolis; j Bonnie Coleman, Dominic Cos- : late arm, leg and back muscles Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziller, : s j ! Karyn Ellos, Lucille Flink, For comparison, McDivitt was Norway, Mich.; Mr. and M r s .'• Sandra Forte, George Franc- to exercise once a day and Anthony Ambrosia, Raphael O eur, Jerome Frigo, Russ ell White three times. Ambrosia and Mr. and M r s . j GlynnJr., Esther Hallberg, Del- Soviet Cosmonaut Valery By- Albert Ambrosia, Iron Moun- D ert jacobson, Bette Jarre 11, kovsky holds the present space- tain; Mrs. Mary Greenthal, Mil- Michael Kauppi, Dennis Kivi, flight endurance record of just "- ' T " ™"— ''"'' "~" shy of five days. Soviet scien- Burns, Anton Colasacco, out with a stretch cord to stimu- waukee; Joseph Pillegrini, Nor-1 Snaron Kleimola Kay Koruga ; _ way, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. : son Ri cnarC i McDermott, Carol I tists said he suffered temporary Soutn L yo ns -: Martinson, Brian Mattson, Mich- after effects of low blood uc omicicu a on un . t . • „. , , „, „ ^l' 8 ' falter i acl Piper, Walter Rickard, Rob-1 Pressure, fatigue, slight emo- former Mary Ravanelli j Smichak, Mr ,and Mrs. Sla m ert salmela, Paula Setterlund,' «onal and balance instability lormer wary «ctv«* Ne iznnski and Mrs. Alice Wigg. Arlene siira Bruce siskonen ' i and changes in bacterial and Wakelie- Mrs. Bernice Kyer Sandra gtone James Ta ssava',, biochemical properties. Since Mr. air.! rj. Richard Klosin- David Z azeski and David Zar-, tnen Sovie t space flights have been limited to one day as the was born April 5, 1883 in Cles Trento, Italy (formerly in Austria, where she was reared, and auu wao jjjamcu On i'tu. *.«/, j . . . 1907. to James Bertolas. They j Iji™.: lived for a short time in Paris, 1/UDt - 1 France, and on Sept. 20, 1907, migrated to the United States coming to Bessemer to join Mrs. Bertolas' brothers. She had lived here since that time. j Mrs. Bertolas was a member j of the St. Sebastian Catholic Church and of the Ladies Guild. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. C. Albert Popps of Pontiac; two grandchildren, and one great grandchild. She was preceded in death by five brothers. . of the Treasury Henry H Fowl- «'««<'. ™ f'««i completion are: Charles Mott, Ewen, welder- combination; James Mott, Ironwood, screw machine set-up; Walter Edwards, Ironwood, and Barbara Lillie and Allan Lobeck Ontonagon, data processing technicians; Michael Roth. Ironwood and Jean Nurmi, Wakefield, electrical appliance r e - pairmen; Robert Cross. Bruce | er."'The"7o"mmltt7e' members Crossing, refrigeration mechan- agreed informally to keep the ic; and James Pospeck, Bes- excise legislation winging along semer, a radio and television repairman. Approval of the programs is made possible through the cooperative efforts of the Michigan Employment Security Commission, the Vocational Division of the Michigan Department of Public Instruction, and Northern Michigan University. House Approves Excise Tax Cut WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson's excise-tax cut roared through the House by a 401-6 vote and the Senate doesn't plan to stand in its way , . . .. _-_„,„_ P p In fact the Senate is clearing i appropriate civil service re- the track for the bill that would Sisters, he said announced today. Other key supervisory staff selected for the Ojibway Center are Troy E. Smith, deputy, director of education; Lowell W. Pattcu-son, deputy director of work programs and, Donald J. DeMarlo, administrative supervisor. Members of the supporting staff, including work supervisors, c o u n c e 1 ors, teachers, nurses, clerks, cooks, and resident youth workers will be appointed in July or August, according to Supervisor Wernham, These positions will be fille d from the present employe roll of the Forest Service and from * * Lupis was graduated from the University of West Virginia with a B.S. degree in civil engineering in 1961 and began his career bin i with the U. S. Forest Service on Superior National Foreston the Superior, Boys Warned About Guns The Iron County Sheriff's. Department warns that any youth who is picked up for traveling on the highways or city streets with an uncased gun will be arrested and the firearm he is carrying will be confiscated. Iron County Sheriff, Niilo Maenpaa, reports that complaints have been pouring into the sheriff's office concern i n g youths with 22-caliber rifles and other types of firearms shooting at anything with no consideration of damage that they are doing. Maenpaa stated that the youths could also be brought before a judge and the parents could be held responsible any damage. Mrs Emil Zdroi. : and Norrl lunri, Stevens Point. and Mrs. Chester Klo- John Platta, Mrs , Associate in general studies : Soviets have sought solutions to. Armatoski, Mrs. Robert deeree -- James Anderson Kpn the problems. , •»»„,. IP~,;I ^,i,.«;i, „„.!: Qe s i ee James Anaerson, K.en- /-,„,_„_...* .1™ T Dnnn ., ^ a neth Forslund, John Hakala and Cosmonaut Aiexi Leonov, the Steve Iskra. ' onl y Previous man to step into Associate in science degree-- s P ace from an orbiting vehicle,; Lynn Hanisko. reportedly suffered slight disq-i Associate in engineering de- ; Dentation in trying to relocate! gree - Thomas Anderson. Hen- nis Voskhod 2 ship. White said MASS — Baccalaureate exer- ry Carr and John Nopola. ne n °P ed to move more slowly, cises for the Caledonia Division Associate in business degree- and use Dotn tne Gemini 4 and of Ontonagon Township Schools by not trying to add extraneous amendments. Assistant Democratic Leader Russell B. Long of Louisiana said he hopes the Senate can pass the bill by the middle of this month. The House cleared the bill Wednesday after adding about $900 million in cuts to those Johnson proposed. The House used only about two of the four hours allotted for debate on the measure. Senators, like House members, have been declaiming for years against the excises, which date from the depression, World War II or the Korean War. The bill also would end the levy on local and long-distance telephone service and the admissions tax on tickets to movies, plays, musicals, concerts and athletic events costing $1 or more. House sponsors of the bill said the repealers would give a boost to the economy and would improve the equity of the tax system because the excises fall heaviest on those with low incomes. There were a few protests, though, that the revenue reduc- lor! tion is not fiscally responsible. Rep. Howard W. Smith D- Va., noted that the House will vote soon on a bill to raise the School Districts May Hike Taxes By AL SANDNER Associated Press Writer 7:30 Sunday David Benetti, Dennis DaPra, I the Titan 2 second stage as ref| Larry Jarvela, Clement Kolesar, | erence points, i Larry Mayer, Allan Pachmayer,' * * * will be held Sunday, June 6, at 1:30 p.m. The program is as follows: debt limit again "so we can borrow the money to reduce these taxes." THE WEATHER TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Thursday, June S, 1!H)5. For 24 hour period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. William Peltonen and Ronald Even if all goes well, .the Unit-j Processional, Mrs. Aune Nara; Siirila. . . ed States still will trail the So-: invocation, the Rev. Antti Le-: „ „..„. „», ^ „.,„. a .,,. „„„„ Certificate of graduation -- viet Union m tne over-all i pisto; vocal selection, Mrs. i Baro ^Lf irv . eehumidi3t 5' : o 092 ,? cr ""•«, 6 p.m 8 p.m. 64 ! ]0 p.m .60| 6 a.m. .50 66 -Midnight. 55; 8 a.m. 49 66! 2 a.m. 54 10 a.m. .47 63! 4 a.m. 53 12 noon 55 j . .,,„,«,„ .T,, ,, , , i • . Funeral services will be held LANSING (AP)-Many school Bernard Brentar, Jean Consie, | ma ™ed space race. Dr. George i Ruth Ahlskog; sermon. Pastor phases of engineering work involving construction and maintenance of forest improvements, personnel leadership and supervision As the director of t h « Ojibway Center, he will be responsible for directing all activities involved in the Job Corps work-training program at the center. His demonstrated administrative and s u p e rvisory leadership ability have earned for him the high honor and challenge of this position, stated Wernham. Lupis, his wife Linda, and their two children will make their home at the Ojibway Center after dwelling construction is completed in September. Smith was selected by t h • Office of Economic Opportunity and appointed by the Forest Service as deputy director of education. He received his B.S. degree in Vocational Agriculture in 1953 and an M.A. degree in School Administration in 1959 both from the University o f Missouri. Prior to his selection for this important position h e was the superintendent o f schools in Bland, Missouri. He has been assigned temporarily to the Vesuvius Job Corps Center in Ohio since April 12 Smith, his wife Jean and their two daughters, Mary Susan, 10, and Sharon, 8, will move to this '•ea soon. * * * Patterson, selected as the deputy director of work programs, is presently the assistant district ranger on the Kenton District. Ottawa National Forest. Since receiving his B.S. degree in forestry from Purdue University in 1959, he has served with the U. S. Forest Service on the Bohemia Ranger District, Umpqua National Forest in Oregon, the Iron River Ranger District, and the Kenton Ranger District on the O 11 a w a. Patterson is man-ted and has three children. DeMario, a native of Iron- CHICAGO (AP) (USDA)— Hogs • 6,500; butchers about steady; 1-2 190-220 Ib 22.50-22.75; around 100 head at 23.00; 2-3 230260 Ibs 21.25-22.00; 250-270 Itas 21.00-21.50; 1-3 350*400 Ib sows 18.75 19.25; 400-500 Ibs 17.7518.75; 500-600 Ibs 17.25-18.00. ,,Cattle 700; calves 10; about' brated by the Rev. Leslie Bor- i area this year, unless someone Robert Rickard man. Burial will be in Hillcrest complains. Cemetery Re P- George Montgomery, D-' The remains are at the Frick- ; Detroit, chairman of the House j Zielinski Funeral Home which Taxation Committee, said Wed-, will open Friday at 2 p.m. Par- nesday his committee has been . ish rosary devotions are scried- assured by the State Tax Com- uled for 8:30 p.m. Friday at the; mission it wil! issue no blanket istrants Leave Monday funeral home. Funerals prohibition against a school dis- „ BESSEMER — The Gogebic i trict levying a uniform tax- Countv Selective Service Board : even though a portion of the announces that 19 registrants district is in a township, where iave ^en ordered to entrain for Ithe uniform rate would push Milwaukee Inducton Station taxation over the legal limit. Mo " dacy ' June 7 ' after F o11 cal1 Many districts whose bounda- at Chicago & Ra " way stati0 "' ^- Space time before we equal all the activities the Russians are capable of doing." U.S. trails the Soviet * Union 'i;y Continued from Pare One one to two years in the moon, letner line ' because in this race. However, American offi-' weightless arena, you know the cials are counting on the Gemini i onlv laws that nold af e that any Albany, clear 59 45 Albuquerque, cloudy 83 50 .61 program, early earth orbit actl °" nas and opposite flights in the Apollo lunar pro- reaction. Strike an object lt . vt . 1MI1I1 ,-,™ gram and the giant Saturn s; send & reeling and you send \ ^ n "*'"',onriv rocket now under development ! yourself reeling as well. If you! iff nv " L^° uay Atlanta, clear, Bismarck, clear . clear rain , clear cloudy cloudy clear 84 64 69 48 79 51 . 60 48 1.15 57 40 .19 various capacities in the business management section in the forest supervisor's office. Th e administrative s u p e r v isor at Ojibway will be responsible for all conter business management activities, involving pla n- development to eventually overcome the So- j didn't have a helmet on and you viet edge and place U.S. astro-! coughed, it would back you up. nauts on the lunar surface in! K is a tentative world where! 86 59 71 49 78 48 51 '02 i nlng, organizing, directing, and 1 coordinating support activities required for the operation of a .60 Job Corps Conservation Center. cloudy 78 64 .10 DeMario is married and has 66 45 60 46 ably a bill by Sen. Sander Levin, Pallbearers were G e r aid D-Berkley, which allows dis- O'Day, Reino Hill. Wayne Kan- tricts to impose a tax at the gas, Arvid Kyro Louis Gottwald maxim^^evel^in^the^it^ij A and Matt Nevala. Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 58>/2; 92 A 58^/2; 90 'B 56%; 89 C 58V4; cars 90 B -57«/4: • «9-ci 57V4.. 'Eggs about steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged* • TV per cent or better Grade A whites wno died Saturday a t Stam-i 27Va; mixed 27V2; mediums 24;i baugn G enera i Hospital, w e r e: committee Wednesday it ctam/4ovH« ' OK• Hi**tiA«c iinmintaH • _ 'P . _ — . •,. _ ( ««* <->«!« *-»« e*v*.nn\fin ««*-.->*- 75 53 83 73 cloudy 81 58 clear 86 66 50 39 cloudy 88 68 Angeles, cloudy 68 53 Lou ; .sville, cloudy 88 61 ....v. *.,*,„ n.v,u 6 ., JUU aic a Memphis rlnnriv HQ Ti mere man, a lean 6-footer who «f"^ ;,Jl° UQy 9 75 .42 .02 MRS. RICHARD HANE ^Funeral services for Mrs $l> , the bulk of the district is within | its boundaries — disregarding eq Gary Finco, Leo C. Gerald Tiziani, Rich- Wirta, Daniel Collins Glenn The big Soviet rocket has en-i tu e on the tether line can move, abled that nation to orbit larger :more than 7,500 pounds of mon- '• manned spacecraft, with up to^^r spacecraft. Richard Hane, 69, Iron River,; tion limit m the township. , w R „ D , Hocking ra at Stam-i The Tax Commission told the standards 25; dirties unquoted; checks -21V3.' will LJceiises to. Wed Applications, for marriage licenses' have been made at the office of the Gogebic C o u.n ty Clerk by the following: Roger L. Rlntamake and Sharon. Lee Boleau, Wakefield. ' Vannar W. Wilson and Berla Dorothy Krawczyk, Ironwood. Romsay Briefs .The Frediickson-Torreano Legion Post will meet 'Saturday night at 8 in the Legion quarters of the Ramsay Town Hall Election of officers will be held and the annual budget will be discussed. held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the, act only on specific complaints M iskovich First Baptist Church, Iron River. ; it receives in the 14 days al- __ _ The Rev. Nels Nelson officiated i lowed for that purpose following _ . and burial was at the Iron'the June 7 deadline for county ! KfiAf I M fOl/I f^ilwff^ I vlv* I"" three passengers. The cosmo-! Th en suddenly the 12-minute "^ ^' """"f J e " I nauts have logged a total of 507 !visi t in space is over and voices - la - Clty ' cloudy R. Oja Wa7teiV*Kleymola a jos- lnours ' 29 minu tes of weightless on vour headset tell you to come j i IM vu« u , AAAXsAlllVAM, W VSO ^ |; f _ ^ >T ^ _ ^ _ j ^ __ _ _ l^ci r» l.» f/* tTf\it*i smnlmit A « ~1 .._.. eph R. Lutwitzi and River Cemetery. Mrs. Hane, the former Hilder Marie Larson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Larson, Ironwood, was born here Nov. 19, 1895, and attended the local schools. Prior to her marriage to Richard Hane Aug. 11, 1926 at Ironwood, she taught school in Ironwood and Iron River. She was a member of the Iron River First Baptist Church and its Ladies Aid Society. Surviving, besides her h u s - : allocation board meetings "Oakland County representa- man and voinntppr* Tamoc r ' lul booster, the Saturn 1, but it down man, and volunteers James G , g not qualified for manned A nd even though you are a examinees are David fli 8 hts i' et and w™' 1 be for two mere man - a lean 6-footer who Miami clear 80 7fi examinees are David, weigns some „„ pounds your M aJ™. clear 80 76 waiiace, m ^_ ,_._ „„.,.. , . tne , nn thp ^p thpr lln<> ,,;,„ mnvo MuwauKee, ciouay 55 44 .-St. P., cloudy 67 59 Orleans, clear 88 67 cloudy 70 52 89 68 81 61 83 55 85 52 75 50 82 50 71 50 90 68 85 67 79 43 66 60 59 51 77 51 89 71 90 56 64 50 .06 43 cloudy G" I flight.' Up to today the "united back to your cockpit - and you Pn'oeriv'^ctea? 8111 ' | States has 65 hours, 44 minutes. have to obey. Perhaps it Is then Pittsburgh jThe McDivitt- White combined • y° u notice the spacecraft from Ptlrd o °. ' i time of nearly 196 hours would vour lonely post for the last Ratlir ; rifv ' „,„„„ i *«; n l*t 4-i~« c: Hma anrt i^avvkAn-tHAi. fU« »>A»^« AVCI|JIU v/iujr, wical three children. These key staff personnel will spend the week of July 6 in training at one of the established Job Corps Conservation Centers in the east. From June 14 until the Ojibway Center construction, is completed, their temporary office will be in Mavenisco. In commenting on the Job corps program. Supervisor Wernham said, "This program is our. of the most significant and presents one of the greatest challenges the Forest Service has undertaken in its history. The program offers a real opportunity to as s i s t young American men in becoming productive citizens and to d o needed conservation work." triple the figure. time, and remember the words mond cv of the first human to float like ^" The large Voskhod provided The Blue Knights bugle line the luxury of an airlock so that tnis - a Soviet named Alexei Leo- tives have said that lack of will rehearse tonight at 6:30 in the entire cabin was not clepres- nov - He looked at his spacecraft ability to tax at the top rate the Legion club rooms. would cost school districts in , that county SI million year," Montgomery said. The bill Montgomery added, tonight at 8:15 in the Legionlto the fierce vacuum more"than is based on reference in the club rooms. ..-. surized before Leonov stepped to ° with unworldly eyes. It was, Sar ?...-„ louis. rain City, clear rain 03 .02 into space. The Gemini 4 next The Lake States Stampede have to be completely depressu- ' Rodeo Committee will meet rized, exposing both astronauts ocea n sa »d, tor him a planet - a Planet on a shoreless Seattle cloudv _ . * VX*UUMJ state constitution to permit separate tax limitations for coun- clear Washington, rain _ Winnipeg, fog , monaut craft or conducted ren- (T-Trace) ties, townships and school dis- Ironwood Farm Baseball League 100 miles high. Also, Leonov had a self-con- dezvous. There wUl be a meeting of the tained life-support pack thatj During their space voyage, j RANGE SKIES tricts. Here district taxation works: would have enabled him to McDivitt and White also were to! Sunset today, 8:48 p.m. Sun- Panel Urges Effort To Help Poor People WASHINGTON fAP)—A panel TI headed by presidential consumer adviser Mrs. Esther Peterson has urged a nationwide ef- jfort to help poor people get bet- 32 ter buys for their money at neighborhood stores. In a report issued Wednesday night the 37-member panel said, The poor pay more because of tlteir lack of education and shop. ,, „ .. i on M "»day at 9 a.m. at Randa , switch from one spacecraft to 'conduct several photographic, rise tomorrow 5:10 a.m Moon- Dine skill- because of their is the way the Uniterm ! Kiek) All boys between t h e I another If necessary. His tether ' scientific and engineering ex- set tomorrow 12:54 a n First cial situ^ ages of 8 through 12 are eligible was to keep him from floating periments They also were -to Quarter June 6 The ' Thi, will be an orniz w. ' band, are one son, John of Wis-. The County Allocation Board Thi,-. will be an organizational away. White's carries the oxy- determine the best means of Saturn rising earlier each iroin consin Rapids, Wis.. three sis- meets annually and decides How meting. ' . gen and electrical power needed establishing r.omnatihiP work.'imr i s 'nr,«, iLi'i tin in th» c«,,*t. ters, Mrs. Bertie Bergst r o m much of the 15 mills goes to the and Mrs. Gertrude Bloomquist county, the township and the of Detroit and Miss Jean Lar-j school district. I without adeouate means of gen and electrical power needed establishing compatible work, ing, is now well up in the south- ; keUng system whlc" se rves ith- to kee P nim and hls s P acc suit 'sleep and eating cycles in space east before sunrise. Saturn is ers so adeauatelv is in ot

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