Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 21
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 21

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
Page 21
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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN rive firming the invitation extended to me by Mr, Stenson to attend Ontonagon's annual Labor Day festival celebration. "As I indicated to Mr. Stenson, It will be possible for me to arrive (by air) in time to head the parade, but I would need to leave the airport by 5 p.m. "I am looking forward to this opportunity to visit Onton agon again, and to take part In your important Labor Day celebration ''Kind personal regards, Sincerely, William O. Milliken, Lieutenant Governor." The Labor Festival parade will begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 5, and will s be part of a weekend of entertainment honoring the working men of this area on their holiday. Besides appearances by seven drum corps from a wide area of Michigan and Wisconsin, the parade will include floats by fraternal, civic, commercial, patriotic and youth groups, marching units, hea v y equipment, out-of-town entries and many othei attractions Children of the area under 12 years of age have a spec i a 1 day set aside for their own unique parade. Monday, Sept. 6, Labor Day itself, has been set aside as "Kid's Day." The word "aviation" st e m s from the Latin word "avis," meaning bird. Calls to Police Car Answered by Woman WARREN, Mich. (AP) — When the Warren Police Department dispatcher calls car 54, a lady answers. The suburban Detroit department has assigned the cai to Mary Conforti, the only woman on its force. Miss Conforti, a divorcee, has been a policewoman for two years. SURPASS NIAGARA Mor than half a million g a 1- lons of water plunge over Africa's Victoria Falls each sec ond. These 355-foot-high falls are twice as high as Niagara and nearly double its width. NO SMOKES MAKARSKA, Yugoslavia —Smoking tourists who visit the scenic coastal village of Proma- jna should bring their own cig- arettes with them. The village has 100 residents of whom 64 are men, but not one of them smokes, so the village shop does not stock tobacco. 50 EXTRA J&L GREEN STAMPS, With Purchase of Wedding Gifts • LINENS - GIFTS - JEWELRY T H4 S. Suffolk-Ph. 932-112 Your S&H Green Stamp Redemption Center PIZZA DELIVERY SERVICE 'The Other Place' 132 i. Aurora DIAL 932-2610 Ironwood NOW SERVING BREAKFASTS from 7 A.M. CLOSED AT 11 P.M. MINIMUM ORDER ... $2.00, 25c DELIVERY CHARGE FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER $4 USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS SCHOLARSHIP— James Hoffner, former Bessemer resident, who was graduated from the John F. Kennedy High School, Babbitt, Minn., in June, was: awarded various scholarships in recognition of his achievement, in scholarship, leadership and character. In scholarship, he tied for top honors with an av- i erage of 3.95 out of a possible ' four during four years of high school. He was riamed alternate winner of the Reserve Mining Scholarship, and receives $500 to apply at the college of his choice; and was also awarded the Smith Company, Inc., scholarship grant of $1200 for Section III which covers the entire state of Minnesota except the extreme western edge. The Reserve Mining scholarship program is designed to help promote academic excellence in the Babbitt and Silver Bay high schools and contribute to the nation's need for well-qualified engineers and technicians who are trained to meet the demands of increased technology. The scholarship also provides opportunity for winners to gain on-the-job experience in industry, through summer employment. Hoffner, who was born in Bessemer, completed grade school at the local Washington School. He attended the Iron River, Mich., high school during his freshman and sophomore years, completing the last two years in Babbitt, Minn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffner, former local residents, and the grandson of Mrs. and the late Mr. Frank Hoffner, and of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward Gray Sr., Bessemer. State Official To Head Parade ONTONAGON — William G. Milliken, lieutenant governor of the State of Michigan, has accepted an invitation from the Ontonagon Labor Festival Committee to act as honorary parade marshal for the huge Lab o r Festival parade on Sunday, Sept. 5. The parade will be one of the highlights of the 1965 Labor Festival celebration here, which will .include the selection and crowning of Miss Ontonagon County, a Coronation Ball, Max well Street sidewalk sales, Free merchandise awards, a Joan V o lek- Frederick Gersten concert, parades, drum and bugle corps competition, fireworks and a special "Kid's Day" on Sept. 6. Raymond F. Clevenger, representative in Congress from this district, has also been invited to attend and take part in the Labor Festival celebration. William L Stenson, of Green land, chairman of the Ontonagon County Republic Committee extended the invitation to the lieutenant governor on behalf of the Labor Festival Committee and is making the arrangements for his trip here. Milliken acknowledged his acceptance of the invitation in £ letter dated July 16 as follows "Thank you for your letter con YESCHEK'S TOWER FAMOUS in WISCONSIN for FINE FOOD «5# A**V Serving Daily at Noon LUNCHEON BUFFET PRIME RIBS STEAKS DUCK SEAFOOD Res«rvations*-Phone 588411! or 588-9161 LAC du FLAMBEAU South on 51-47 ID enneu* WAYS FIRST QUALITY <P Exciting savings for family and home-in every department First quality merchandise at extra-low Penney prices. Charge it! 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