Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 30
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Ironwood, Michigan
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-rp FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. Mart Continues Mixed and Dull This Afternoon NEW YORK lAPt— The stock market continued mixed and dull early this afternoon but Obituaries Joint Meeting Report Is Given To County Board Mrs. David Cavan Mrs. David Cavan. 75. of 305 N. Lowell St., died at 12:30 a.m. today at her home following a lingering illness. She was the former Jessie Smith. She was born Sept. 2, 1889 at Saginaw, Mich., and was graduated from E a s t e rn some selective there was provempnt. The Associated Press average of 60 slocks at noon was off .3 at 31!).0 with industrials off .7, rails o f t .3 and utilities up 4. Wall Street's ears were cocker! for news from Washington— puiisibly concerning big im- Michigan University at Ypsilan ti. She was married to J a in e s Arthur O'Neil. who died in 1965 legislative action mandat-, ine that all counties prov i d e county health departments. Dr. Alt land and R. Mant h y conducted this meeting. E m - phasizcd in the discussion on the need for county health units.; was thr gap in the basic sanitary services, such as sanitation in resorts, motels a n d trailer parks. To protect the public health of the trav e 1 e r and the community against dangers in water supplies, swimming pools, sewage dispos a 1 food Handling and others, a defense against condi- of Seattle. Wash., and Lt. Col. Brian O'Neil of McLean, Va.: :isiono regarding the Viet Nam I Church of the Transfigurat i o n. conflict But no news came and'Episcopal. :he market languished in uncer- she is survived by three sons, lainty. As the hours went by. however, traders and investors began "o nibble cautiously at some leading issues, with the result that all of the Big Three motors showed slight gains, airlines were edging higher and there was some life shown by assorted cnemicals, office equipments and elpctronics. The Dow Jones industrial av- BESSFMER — Reporting on the jo'nt meeting with the Community College Board of T r u s- tees. relative to site selection for the community college, the hos-; strong pital anc 1 health committee told tions which cause disease, must the Gogebic County Board of be buil>, it was pointed out. Following Mr. O Niel s death. Su p erV | SO rs. yesterday, that the The Michigan Health Officers college board members are Association and the School p f all ag:ec-d that a college-hospi-1 Public Health of the University tal complex is advisable, but j of Michigan are co-sponsors of they felt they should have an ex-, a community health stu d y pert consultan' In this field to guide MIPIII in their choice of a site for the community college The purpose of the meeting, Hurley Board Calls , Halt to '65 Session , Hurley City Clerk Mathew Con-' nors states that the Hurley Board of Review has adjourned i for 1965. j The board, stated Connors, completed its business today and ended its 1965 session. The board opened Its sessions on July 12 and adjourned until July 15 and 16. The board then adjourned again until yesterday. Forest Spraying Will Start Soon An aerial herbicide spray pro.i ect will begin soon on the Ottawa Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Ad m 111 e d Wednesday: Mrs. Frank Koseski, 148 E Jackson Road, Matt T. Maltson, Route 1, Mrs. Frank Rimkus. 631 Brogan St., Joseph E. Ta'kewski, 59 E. Thomas St., medical; Thomas P. Soltis St., Mrs E. Vaughn she was a teacher in the local schools ancl then on Sept. 9, 1936 she was married to David B. Cavan. who died on May 28, 1956. She was a member of the Mack Expresses Views on Road which relates to the organization, administraton. and financing of county health agenc i e s which will be directed to the Owen J. O'Niel of Drayt o n wnic h was called by the hospi- 1 Upper Peninsula designated as Plains. Mich.. Robert O'N e i 1 ta , anc , healt]1 comm ittec. as di- \ dlstri .•'. I for the study. The task Scholfield of San Diego, Calif, and Mrs. D. W. Ferguson of Philadelphia. Pa.: two foster children, David B. Cavan Jr. of San Mateo, Calif., and Ann Elizabeth Cavan of Cincinnati. O.: 28 grandchildren: 11 great- reeled by the county board, was to discuss with the college board. )!f consideration of selecting the present site of the Grand View Hospital to locate the college The value of the college- Stat/ j Senator Joseph S. Mack. (D-Iror.wood) expressed "bitter disappointment" over veto of a bill that would have allowed con- structior. of an access road through the Porcupine Mountain Park area. force was scheduled to start in Mack said the governor's ve- the U.P about July 22, s a i d •; to of ;he bill (S-530), which the Wagner j senator staunchly supported on * * * 'its trip through the Senate, was Mam?' spoke on the provisions; caused by "ill-founded opposition of the Bill H2255, enacted by the j f rom persons who clouded the National Forest, according to'Jr., 1302 Florence John O. Wernham, forest super- Ethel Wiikus, 218 visor. St., siugery. This year, plans call for ap- Discharged Wednesday: Mrs. plying 2-4 D herbicide at the waiter Meyer, Wayne V. Andcr- rate of '-a gallon per acre to approximately 2,000 acres of young red pine both in natural son, Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. Admitted Wednesday: Mrs Ironwood, stands and in plantations. The chemical, which will selectively Roderick Erickson bru s hi surgery: Mrs. Amelia Kichak. --=- ---- hospitn' complex to both the col- ! legislature and said he is avail- j rea i issue by misrepresenting erase at noon was off .06 at grandchildren, and a sist e r . Mrs. Shirley Bommheardt of m . g North Hollywood, Calif. The remains are at the McKevitt-Kershner Funeral Home. 864.95 A more broadly based indicator Standard & Poor's 500- stock index, gained .04 at 84.11 at noon. McKesson & Robbins put on a complete. steadier performance, holding a consistent gain and trading on a tyi rs J oseD h Kanieski block c.f 50,500 shares at 42'a. a (VUb - JO =» e Mn ivumebM gain of a point. Glen Alden was reported to be negotiating for reasale of McKesson stock it St., died_ at 1:30 p.m. Wednes- bought under a tender offer. Prices improved slightly in slow trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corp-jrate and U.S. government bonds were mostly unchanged in light trading. lege nnc the hospital, was recognized in the suggestion. Reporting on the joint meet- thp committee chairm a n W. J Wagner noted that Raymond Rigoni. chairman of the boarrl of trustees, informed the able to meet with local agancies j at any Mme. to discuss the procedure? and costs of establish- i ment and administration of a county health unit. Dr. S. Sandell, who is director of the Tuberculosis Con t r o 1 kill poor quality aspen, and weeds that compete with the young pine for both moisture and sunlight, will be applied by helicopter. The application of herbicide to remove undesirable vegetation is an 'approved method of tlm-, ber stand improvement. During the first few years after the her-1 blcide application, the rate ofj growth on the released red pine will be nearly doubled. ! The chemical to be used kills 1 broadleafed tree species byi stimulating growth at such a! rapid rate that the plant cell Ironwooci, medical. Discharged Wednesday: Mrs. Patrick Lillle and daughter, Marenisco; Kathy Evans, Ramsay. Court at Hurley Hears 10 Cases Three persons were fined andj lan ,* ^jf^ Rotarians Hear Report on New Gas Pipeline "it is 2,000 miles to the source of the. gas supply that will be carried in the new gas line in Gogebic County by next Nov. 30," said O. G. Griffis at this week's meeting of the Ironwood Rotary Club. . Griffis is the project manager and general manager for Panama, Inc., of Houston, Texas, which has the contract to construct the 276 miles of gas line ! between Duluth and Marquctte. Ho was introduced to the Rotary Club by program chairman. Dr. , Paul Lieberthal. "There are now 45 men employed on the line who are headquartered in the Ironwood area," according to Griffis. Other crews are headquartered at Ash- , -„ , rf ,„_„ « r\ Funeral arrangements arc in- WAKEFIELD — Mrs. Joseph Kanieski. 81. of 514 Sunday Lake college board of the many advan-1 Progiam in the county, noted tages of the site, detailing the available land area, the presence of utility sources, and the existing buildings. * * * that Gogebic County and t h e municipalities spend about S46.- 000 annually on health services. This could be reduced if the county established a health de- Although not suitable for class ;partment, according to the re- rooms, the existing hospi tal day at Divine Infant Hospital, where she had been a pati e n t since June 30. She had been ailing three weeks. building could be easily convert- port In the discussion it was noted Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS for sitF selection of a hospital and a college are the same. The former Stella Marcinkow- be said asking that the college ski was born Nov. 1. 1883 in Po- > board f " llv consider the advan- land and came to Wakefield at the age of 7 with her parents. She attended the Wakefield schools and was married here May 5, 1902 to Joseph Kanieski. He died Nov. 14, 1954. She op- ed for a dormitory. The criteria by the board of supervisors that the fac*.*." "T^is was to be an ace ess road—not a four-lane highway— as was charged by our opponents i from Lower Peninsula. The road '. ! would have enabled millions of 1 persons to enjoy the scenic wonders of the 96 square mile Upper Peninsula area affected," Mack said. * * * Citing federal government figures. Mack stated that only .2 per cent of the tourists in the United States are diehard naturalists or wilderness lov e r s, ancl th° vast majority of the structure Is destroyed. There-, forfeitecl this week ln Iron coun- not fore, the herbicide itself is harmful to wildlife. The areas to be sprayed are marked with helium-filled bal-| ty Court at Hurley. 1 Appearing before Iron County Judge Arne H. Wicklund on charges of allowing unauthorized crew working out of Ironwo o d will be increased to 300 men and 200 of these will be local residents." said Griffis. He described the pipel i n e route in the Upper Peninsula as being the more difficult for con- the construction between Ash- The > fonowing V ' i baiT'bonds"wei : c land and Marquette. He estimat- * 1 "~* vw ° . . i i it *. M.«. T »•*-.»•» IIT/-H-IC! r\n 1 1 »•*-»] I Jde wick JUClge W1CK tages from a physical and edu-; commission completed a throunr the years, the board has pe0 pie of Michigan will be de- made s e v e_r a 1 studies of the, pr ived of reaching the area because of lack of access. "Well established areas, su c h county health unit proposals. Just last year, the planning loons to give positive control of| the spray area boundar i-e s .1 _._ 01U wn «i«; ^v..Precautions have been taken toj "^'pplvp'tti "miri'p'v "and Wai- '• struction and said the Ironwood insure protection to lake shores, f p , r^ H, Vi?v Eac h of the'crew would be assigned most of streams and private land near J? L™' 1 *'?„',& nfusSS costs the spray areas by maintaining: ^eZlowlnB l fng^S ra£e WWCh " SPrai >rSedC,eit!d The actual spraying will De done in the early morning and late evening hours to take advantage of the low winds during these periods. The project will commence on the Kenton Ranger District and proceed from there to the Iron River. Watersmeet and Besse- Mrs Nancy Lup p in0i Belt $18. for speeding on High way 77 in Hurley. Charles A. Chappie, Chat ed that the Ironwood payroll with lhe full crcw would De a pi ,- o n proximately $35.000 per week. In estimating the thousands of tons of explosives to be used in construction, Griffis was of the cational standpoint. He recog-; prehenswe study. On the nized the fact that whether or not the proposed new hospital materializes, is up to the taxpayers Rocarding the hospital site, crated the City Cash Market the be saUfthe board of trustees of com-; as the Smokey Mountain Park basis anc i Yellowstone National Park This caused him no consterna- 'tion as he has had considerable be complete in about 10 days, rities concluded the county had nothing to gain in services, i n establishing a county unit. A similar project in 1964 released 1,400 acres of young pine. NEW YORK (AP)—Following last 16 years. She was a member the hospital strongly favor the location of the new building in of the Im- -• maculate Conrentinn Cath n 1 i p the present Grand View area, if is a sectioned list of stock tran- ch u "ch ChSS K? the church the proposals relating to the hos- sactlons on the New York Stock Chuich Cue* of the^chuich P i p ed by tne elec . w^^rr* at rmHriav nntv, npt ' n °- me waKeiieia unamoci 01 ^^ ^^ . g rQom - n fhe area for both the hospital and college, he said. V4 at midday with net change from previous close. Allied Ch 46% U Am Can 48% D Am Mot ll'/a Am Tel & Tel 67 U Armour 35=8 D Beth Steel 34^ 8 D Briggs Mf 4 ; >8 U Calum H 20" a D dies & Ohio 66V.! Chrysler 43% U Cities Service 78 U Cons'imer Pw 57Vs D Det Edison 35U Dow Chem 68Is D du Pont 231% D 1 East Kod 83Va D Ford Mot 51'. s U Gen FcK 81 Vi D Gen Motors 94 D Gen Tel 39 ; >s D Gerbet 45Va U Gillette 34 7 s D Goodrich 55% D Goodyear 48% Hamm Pap 43 U Inland Steel 43 D Inter Chem 33'i Intenak Ir 34V.> D Int Bus Machin 463% U Int Nifk 80Vs Int Tel & Tel 51*8 Kim Clk 49«-8 LOF Glass 54Va Ligg & My 83 a ,s D Mack Trk 33'4 U Mead Cp 39% Mont Ward 31% NY Central 47Vs D Pennoy, JC 67 Va D PA RR 38U D Repub Stl 39" 8 D Sears Roeb 66V4 D Std Brand 78Vi Std Oil Ind 47'/4 D Std Oil NJ 76 5 8 D Un Cu/bide 59Va D US SteH 46 l /2 U Wn Un Tel 37% D U—Up. D—Down. Commerce. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. R. E. Craig of Chicago, Mrs. Peter Delich of Wakefield, Mrs. Val Pesavento of Iron- ~ .. _.,. f „, n ,. wood and Mrs. John Clark of commented on the repot of Di Milwaukee; three sons. Alex of Kinsumer, director of the Com- Brewery Sale Is Negotiated HOUGHTON — Philip E. Ruppe, president of the Bosch Jacob Solin. interim director of B r e w i n g Company. an- the exir.ting Community College, nounced today that negotiations of the report, the health autho-; are taking advantage of millions ; weather ^permitting. ' of dollars of tourist trade andi " "~" we were in the position of being! able to make significant economic impact on the Upper Pen- •• insula by using the road tM-107)' for access." ! Mack said the veto of the bill represented another example of broken promises by influent i a 1 Lower Peninsulans when it comns to helping the Upper Peninsula out of its econ o m i c plight. "We get nothing but lip-serv- are under way with a group of ice when the chips are clown and 10,000 pounds. Diane Marie Swanson, I r o n- wood, $23. for speeding on High-; experience around way 51 north of Mercer. John Chalmer Urghart. Holt, Mich., $20. for night t i m p. Stella Bids for School Board laying pipelines through diff i cult terrain. "The main line must be corn- speeding on Highway 51 in Oma. pleted by Nov. 30, 1965." stated William Bertagnoli, Hur 1 e y, Griffis. "Local service will not $15. for driving a vehicle with no muffler on Highway 77 In Hurley. be readied this year," he said. Club Secretary John Patri c k i presented his annual report, Keith O'Konek. Duluth. $16,(which showed that member- for speeding with vehicle over iSn i p attendance over the past 10.000 pounds on highway west of Hurley. us ' 2 year had averaged 82.75 per cent. Twelve of the members are Wa-kefield. Stanley of Ironwo o cl and Sylvester of Milwau k e e; two sisters, Mrs. A.J. Sanders and Mrs. John Glonek of Waukesha, Wis.; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. • Lakeside Memorial Chap e 1 , will open for visitation Friday night at 7 and the rosary will be 7:30 c e s will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Cath- olice Church with the Rev. Charles Daniel officiating. Burial will be at Lakeside Cemetery. munit" College Health Care e r s Project, who declared that local Upper Peninsula business- the votef men headed by Charles W. Finger, vice president and master America's two-year community brewer, for the sale of the and junior colleges can meet Bosch Brewery, provided that many o' the new educatio n a 1 all terms of the sale can be sat- need's in the field of health. Hos- isfactorily concluded and per- pitals and health agencies which .tinent contracts agreed upon are counted," he said Fred Stella. Rd.. Hurley, is tion to the Board of Education in the Hurley Joint School District's annual election next Monday, July 26. Stella was born in Italy but Donna Jean Oliver. Ironwood, past pre siclent of the unit. Five have traditionally supplied and trainee! men and women to assist doctors and dentists and other professional personnel, can Peninsula and asked the governor ancl all legislators to support: This group will take over op- him in good faith. eration of the Bosch Brewery in August. Charles W. Finger and Fred no lonpei meet the needs of the W. Finger Jr., lead the group cupine access road," Mack said, .» . __ _: ,.» IK wMrt»trivMT •fiol/'l " i\f TTnr\av "Don i n ciil Q VMI ci noecivior% IIT l^*-.*-\*-i n *>»«i-il^\nl- n c> »imi»fl-n7 a c? Milton G. Kellstrom ; MASS — Milton G. Kellstrom, ] 58, of 1419 Altadena, Royal Oak, ! and a former Mass resident, diedi ment changing ana growing field, said Dr. Kinsinger, quoted Mr Solin In other matters pertaining to the finance and buget committee and the hospital and health committee, the study of compliance with 1965 act of the legislature, mandating the establish- of county health units in of Upper Peninsula businessmen and will be officers in the new company. Funerals LEO A. LAFRANCE Funeral services for Leo Simultaneously with the veto Mack announced he has launched an all-out campaign to-has lived in this area most of win a new, four-lane east-west' his life. He came to Iron Coun- highway through the Upper ty. Wis., with his parents when he was 4. He worked at the Gary mine in Hurley for 25 years until it closed and he now is employed at the White Pine mine. For six months in 1960 he worked as a guard at a factory in Waukegan. Stella formerly served on the Hurley City Council and the Iron County Board of Supervisors for 14 years. He now is serving as chairman of the fund drive in Gary Location for the iron County Chapter of the Wis- 51, of 421 Gary S2g for speeding on Highway 51. running for elec- north of Mercer. Six of the arrests were made by the state traffic officer and four were made by the county traffic officer. "In view of the distortions and 1 misrepresentations that accompanied the opposition to the Por- I hope a project as worthy as this gets support to the same degree j * * * "I pledge to use the full influence of my senatorial office to see thai the Upper Peninsula is not relegated to the role of unwanted stepchild of lower Michigan." are four- lane expressway in the Lower Peninsula, and many more 'unexpectedly at the Detroit Os-'all counties of the state. Com- LaFrance, 33, of Duluth, super-i Mac* stated that there '/i teopathic Hospital, Sunday, July' mittees were authorized to invite visor of public relations f o r more than 1,000 miles of 4 I Roy Manty of the Michigan De- Pickands Mather & Co. in the He was born Feb. 10. 1907 at I partment of Health to meet with Lake_Superior District, were Mass City, and was the son of! them and clarify procedu r e s • ( the late Gust Kellstrom and 1 and costs. '.is'Mrs. William Nowell of Roy- 1 The matter came before the Va | al Oak. He had been employed at i board through a communica- JExcello Crop., Detroit, and was, tion from Albert E. Eustis, M.D a member of the Masonic Lodge. 1 of the Michigan Department Ironwood. Survivors are his wife, Nancy, of Health, who informed that Mr. LaFrance died last Satur- the state legislature had enact- day in a Duluth hospital of in- consin Association for Retarded Children. Stella states that he is interested "in the welfare of school children and in having a good school district." 371 Persons Get Paint at Hurley The City of Hurley issued a total of 1,682 gallons of paint over the two-day distrlbut i o n day, stated Hurley Mayor Paul Santinl. Mayor Santini added that 371 Hurley citizens received paint with 172 widows, retired persons, pensioned persons and disabled citizens receiving paint on Monday, and 199 persons, who fell into the category of home owners who live in t h e 1 r members had perfect attendance during the past year. C. Kenneth Gustafson was recognized for having more than 18 years of perfect attendance. C. E. Gunderson is a charter member of the club, which had its beginning in May, 1912. Visiting Rotarians at the meeting were John Duckstad, Ddn Morrison, Larry Olson, John McLauchlin, Joe Ore gory, Wayne Lynch, and G. G. Griffis. Mark Vukovich gave a report on the initial operation of tht Rotary popcorn • wagon and outlined future plans for Its use. Don Austin is taking early action for the club to have the Mt. Zion ski slopes mowed in preparation for next winter's recreation season. paint on Flower Boxes Are Damaged Royal Oak; one son, Jack held Tuesday at Duluth. i thousands of miles of four-lane Mr. LaFrance was w e 1 1 state highways, while the known in Ironwood, having been only freeway in the Upper Pena frequent visitor here, and his j insula H-75) takes tourists right father was once a resident of out oi 'he state and into Canada. "We s well, Royal Oak; and one broth-| counties shall provide for estab- ac- want this road to run from the Mackinac Bridge to the Wisconsin border as deter- er, Clarence, also of Royal Oak.; lishment of local health depart- Funeral services were held at; ments. the Kinsey Funeral Benson/ Named To Committee KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Italo J Bensoni, 301 7th Avenue No., Hurley, has been appointed a member of the Veterans of For- own homes, getting Tuesday. No paint was issued to homes Flower boxes seem to be that are rented, apartments or Prime target for vandalism commercial buildings this week, Ironwood. a In • 8 Clawson; his mother, Mrs. No- ed Bill H2255, directing a 11 j juriesi suffered_in a diving ___, 0(<aico cident July 4 Death was due to, min ed by the highway commis- C i gn wars of the United States that there will be sufficient paint spinal cord injuries result i n 5i sion and. the governor, who runs committee on Finance and In- or ail and the 216Persons who Cases of vandalism again have been reported to the Ironw o o d Police Department as many of the flower boxes on bus! ness establishments have been iam- Paint, Lacquer and pered with this week in an area Association, states from Bob's Dairy Bar to Tony's Barber Shop on McLeod Ave. Early Wednesday morning, p<v stated Santini, but the indica- 'tion is that these people will receive their paint within the next several days. The mayor, who contacted the Wisconsin Varnish Home, Royal Oak. Wednesday aft e r Vs ' noon. July 7, with the Rev. Edi/s ! win C. Wagsiraff of Trinity Lui * * * The legislation provides •(1) each county in the 'php™« while he was . . . --- — — for all and the 216 persons who ./ •• ^ — „< i — , the commis ion. Just as the high- ternal Organization to serve at have not yet received paint will lice questioned a boy using the f X, r i ways , have h . el E ed lowe r ^ lchl ; the 66th annual na ti°nal conven- be notified when it arrives. ' phone in front of the Memorial ; Building and he stated that persons who received paint for three boys in a car stopped in i, * , „.,.«... ~~ „ --- --- , T-\,,I, 4-v. /-i«t\,«. ' . viiiWMta 1 -" DciSOnS Wnu icCclVcU DidinL lOi mice uuvo ui a. \*ai otuu/JJCU ill shaU either singly or in cooper-1 was a appoint- [heir own homes are guested the area and made a disturbance that, Lake near Grand Rapids Minn I gan , i expect this one to be of tion to be held August 13- n San n concluded that th o s e state. He was born in Duluth andj a tremendous benefit to the in- Chicago. &anum conciuaea inai i n o s e CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USD A) Mr. Kellstrom was well known • here and came here to hunt wxTiOrt.vji_» \.nr> — \ut3i~im —i , ., _ T , Hogs 3,000; butchers steady to through the years. He was also TT . -• '_•______ _- __-_ 'o 1^1 QI^ V\o v rM (>T£i Dl MO T r\ r\ rr A 25 higher; 1-2 200-220 Ib 25.0025.25- mixed 1-3 190 - 250 Ibs 24.50-25.00; 2-3 230-270 Ibs 24.2524.75; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 21.5022.00; 400-450 Ibs 20.75-21.75: 2-3 450-500 Ibs 19.75-20.75; 500-600 Ibs 19.00-10.75; boars 14.50-16.00. Cattle 500; calves none; hardly enough of any class for adequate test of market; few scattered lots choice 900 - 1,100 Ib 25.00-2fi.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 58 a /4: 92 A 58%; 90 B 573.'t; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58'/i>; 89 C 58. Eggs unsettled; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 lower; 70 per cent or better Grade A whites 29Va; mixed 29Vi>; mediums 26; standards 251/2; dirties unquoted; 21. a member of the Pine Lodge hunting camp group. East Branch. ties to support approved local health departments is based on Force before joining Pick- Mather & Co. in 1957. 10 cents per capita—no county shall receive less than $7.000: (3) thi: state allotment cannot PSC to Object To Rehearing MRS. MARY CHAKANICH Funeral services for Mrs. exceed 40 per cent of the annual' Mary Smollar Chakanich, 78. of local health department budget." , 978 Newport Location, who Local health departments are j died Sunday, were held Wednes- approved by the state heal t h day _ morning at 10 at Holy commissioner on the evaluation, Trmi'y Catholic Church with the of the qualifications of the full- ] Rev. Ambrose Matejik officiat- time medical health-officer, the : ing. Interment was at Riverside this vital commerce a r t e r y : O f Foreign Wars, and I look forward to support; in announcing the from all sides," Mack concluded.' to use that paint on their own homes and that the paint should be applied within the next 90 days. Softball Games Slated Tonight appo i n t- ment, Jenkins said: "Mr. Bensoni's long background of service to the VFW and his thorough knowledge and understanding of The Salvation Army will holrt the internal workings of the or- a rummage sale Saturday, start- Briefly Told but he could not give a description of the boys or the car. It was also reported that flowers were pulled out of the flower box at the National Food Stor« the same morning. Peter B. Spivak, ™ ~. „„„«„. chairman P*n. of organization the public Cemetery, of the State Public Service Com- Health p-ograms and ser vie e s mission, said an objection will Provided by the local health de- tae filed with the Federal Power! said Commission e i Commission against any change; Huest .s in Its June 2, 1965. order >'au- Huerfis noted that there are thorizing Northern Natural;^ counties m Michigan which do not have health departments; seven of these have engaged in and discussions with the state depart- O f I ment during the past year. In or' der that the health department serve the '• Gas Company to Upper Peninsula. Spivak said eight Iowa Minnesota utility customers Northern Natural have asked for Pallbearers were Milo Raiko- vich. Nick Vukusich, M i c ha el Pavlovich. John Pavlovich S r ., John Osterman and Steve Lucas members of the Slovene National Society Lodge 323 of, which *!<e deceased was a mem- j cats will tangle with Poor Joe s Following is the Bessemer Slowpitch Softball League schedule for tonights games: Anvil Tp^ern will play the iiast East Oldtimers at Anvil and Fiori's will meet Last East Young at Yale; Cossi's Bar will take on Cramblit's ganization assure me that he will be a valuable asset to this im-: portant committee." \ ing at 8 in the McLeod Ave. morning at 509 win and the White Birch Wlld- Too Many Servicemen Still in Europe WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen Stephen M. Young, D-Ohio. at Er- thinks there are too many U.S Bond Is Forfeited In Fish License Case Gene Gustafson, Waters, was arrested on a charge of possessing an illegal Assessors to Hove Meeting Iron County Clerk Eino Nevala has announced that there will be a meeting of all county assessor? at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Manitowi s h j July ?8, at the County Courthouse. Hurley. The meeting will be directed , ber. i Out of town persons attending • the riter, were Mr. and Mrs. I Sylvester Decker, Escana b a ; a rehearing on its ' may properly carry out the in- ! Sgt. Major John D. Smollar and u iv-uvcuiiifc, <jii ito __ i ^ A ,_ , :_i«*.i«« u« «.. rt . c.^i-% TJ-»K-M Ti« Jp£ JaCkSOll S C. ' at Underwood. All games will start at 6:30. decision claiming""^ had "erred 1 ten ^ ° f the legislation, he sug- son John Jr in granting the company a cei-gestedjhat immediate farming William ; Beeson. Escanab^M^ Onton- ill £,4(411 VI Ug, CJ1V, VsUUlkSUUV CV ^*\-l w . . ._ . , _, . «• tificate of public initiated between the board Helen Wekouski Congress Votes Funds To Operate Itself WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress bas voted funds to operate Itself during the year that began July l Both houses acted quickly Wednf,"day on the final version checks j and necessity to serve the Upper Peninsula. The PSC's objection to the rehearing request will state that the Northern Natural propo s a was the subject of extensive hearings, all parties submitt e d briefs to the hearing examiner, a carefully-considered decisi o n was reached by the examiner, exceptions to his decision were filed with the commission, a n cl of supervisors and J. K. Altland, Milchiloski and family, M. D., associate commissioner and director for medical services Michigan Department o f agon GEORGE W. SULLIVAN Hurley Driver Pays $10 Fine in Court One driver was fined today in the Ironwood Municipal Court as the result of a traffic accident that happened Wednesday morning in Ironwood. August Erspamer, Hurley, servicemen in Europe 20 years after World War II. He told the Senate Wednesday a good way to help the balance of payments would be to bring home 150,000 to 200,000 servicemen and dependents. THE WEATHER fishing license and forfeited a, by-a delegate of the state super- bond of $30 in Iron County Court, visor ot assessments office a t Wausau, and will be expressly for the purpose of-issuing state assessor's manuals and giving instructions in the use of these manuals for the 1966 assessment. The meeting will be conductd in the circuit court room. AH assessors of Iron County are requested to attend. Gustafson was arrested on a charge of buying a resident fishing license while he was not a qualified resident of Wiscons i n. j The license was allegedly pur- 1 chased in Mercer. The arre s t I was made by state conservation officers. l Health He requested that the Funeral services for George! was fined $10 and $4.20 for 'board give him the name of the.w. Sullivan, 83, of Hurley, will costs for failure to have his car „. ^.i«T4.«« „«,] t n^iti.tsjunio ^iHt-Vi v\a VtaiH nf o o m SaHirHav at nnripr pnnt.rnl whpn hp pnlliriprl committee and individuals with whom they wish the health department to work. The communication f r o m Commissioner Heustis was supplemented by a report by Sup the commission's order of Junelervisor Wagner, of a meeting of the bill, sending it to Fresi-J2 gave careful and comp 1 e t e he attended in the Hancock san- dent Johnson. It provides $189,-; consideration to the issues now i atariurr on June 23, which was 993,297 for the House and Senate! raised in the application for re-j called by the Michigan Depart- under control when he collided with a Twin City cab driven by John Best Jr., at Lowell and Norrie St. A summons was Issued and arrest was made by the 1 r o n- wood Police Department. their subordinate agencies. | hearing. 1 ment of Health, to discuss the , ning. be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at the St. Mary Catholic Church at Hurley with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Prock official i n g. Uurial will be at the St, Mary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Engstrom Funeral Home, Hur ley,; after 2 p.m. Friday. The rosary' Pearl experts report that a will be recited at 8 Friday eve- princess length strand of pearls I p.m. I measures 18 inches. TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Thursday, July «•>, 1066. For 2*1 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 74110 p.m. 72 6 a.m. 70 4 p.m. 73lMldnight 70; 8 'a.m. 70 6 p.m. 73| 2 a.m. . 70'10 a.m. : 73 B p.m. . 721 4 a.m.'. 71|Noon . 77 Barometer: A a.m. 29.93; Noon 29,91. RANGE SKIE$ Sunset today 8:'44. Sunrise tomorrow 6:30. Moonrise tomorrow 12:58 a.m. New Moor> July 28. Visible Planets — Merf'ry sets 9:15 p.m. Venus, sets 9:37 p.m. Mars low in west 10:55 Saturn,, in southeast 1:32 a.ifi. Jupiter, rises 3:03 a.m. Notice The family of the late Mrs. David B. Cavan request no flowers. Contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Church of the Transfiguration or the American Cancer Society. NOTICE! The SKYLAWN Will Be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC ON SATURDAY, JULY 24. (Wedding Reception)

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