Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 8, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, June 8, 1965
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TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN State Would Rather Have Deer by Hunters Than Drivers By BOB VOCES AP Outdoor Writer LANSING (AP) — Then there was the story about the fellow who Kidnaped the dead bear. It actually happened. A motorist reported at the Tourist Information Center at toe Straits of Mackinac that he bad hit a bear crossing the highway a way back. . The. driver checked and. the .bear Was dead. But as he went on to report the accident, an. other x motirist loaded the bear Standings THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Los Angeles 33 20 Milwaukee . 26 20 Cincinnati San Fran. St. Louis . Houston .. Pittsburgh . Phila'phia '.Chicago .. New York 27 22 27 27 25 25 26 28 24 26 23 27 21 28 20 32 Pet. G.B. .623 — .565 3V4 .551 .529 .500 .481 .480 .460 .429 .385 Monday's, Results 4 5 614 10 12>/a N Los Angeles 14, Philadelphia 3 Only game scheduled Today's Games .Milwaukee at Chicago Los Angeles at Philadelphia, I San Francisco at New York, N Houston at. Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Wednesday's Games Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Houston at Pittsburgh, N Los Angeles at Phila'phia, N San Fran, at New York, N American League Minnesota Chicago . Cleveland .. 25 Detroit 26 Baltimore . 27 Los Angeles 27 Boston 23 New- York Washington W. L. 31 16 29 19 20 22 23 28 26 23 27 22 30 Pet. G.B. 2V 3 5'/a 8 9 9Va 11J/2 ISV'a .660 .604 .556 .542 .540 .491 .469 .460 .423 Kansas City 11 33 .250 Monday's Results Chicago 7, Boston 3 Cleveland 2, Minnesota 1 New York 4, Kansas City 2 Detroit 6, Los Angeles 5 Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at Boston, N Baltimore at Washington, N Cleveland at Minnesota, N New York at Kansas City, N Detroit at Los Angeles, N • Wednesday's Games Chicago at Boston . Washington at Baltimore, N Cleveland at Minnesota, N New York at Kansas City, N Detroit at Los Angeles, N into the trunk of his car and roared off with it. There have been many more cases of deer-naplng on the highways. Motcrists who killed a deer would Illegally dump them into the car for the free venison. Other passers-by have stopped to pick up freshly-killed deer. The State Conservation Department now has announced that a driver killing a deer'will be able to take it home. Clearance from a conservation officer, state or local police or sheriff's department is needed first. Also, tourists won't be allowed to come into Michigan to go deer hunting with their car bumpers. The Conservation Department is afraid , it might create deer possession problems with other states. , Not that many drivers are expected to deliberately ram a deer for the sport or venison. Average damage in a deer- car accident is $200 and it runs to more than $1 million a year in Michigan with some 6,000 whitetails killed on the highways last year. State police report that one of six highway accidents in the Upper Peninsula involve a deer and a car. In southern Michigan however, there are more deer killed by cars in one county than in the entire Upper Peninsula. With the deer herd population constantly expanding in the southern part of the state, this type of accident also is skyrocketing in numbers. That's one of the reasons the Conservation Department wants an open season on antlerless deer in southern Michigan. One of the reasons for the new ruling is that Conservation officers were spending so much 11 U.S. Golfers Are Eliminated PORTHCAWL, Wales (AP) — The American golf army which descended on Wales for the 1965 British Amateur Championship, regrouped for the second round today, minus a lot of its bounce and one-third its ammunition. Odds on the winner of the week-long match play shifted sharply to the home guard after 11 Americans were eliminated in the first round Monday, while Britain's top amateurs coasted along easily. The carnage consumed U.S. champion Bill Campbell of Huntington, West Va., and cast a pall on the remaining 22 Americans. The 6,700-yard, par-72 royal Porthcawl links, dried out under a hot sun and swept by steady breezes off the sea, failed to daunt some of the American old-timers, and it was on them that hopes rested for a U.S. victory. Twenty-two Americans out of the field of 128, teed off in the second round with one certain to be eliminated. This will be ei- tner Bob Roos of San Francisco or Bob Gibson of Houston, Tex., who are drawn against each other. Campbell's defeat Monday, by Richard Langridge, a 23-year- old Englishman who won the South African amateur championship last year, was the big upset of the'first round. Campbell was trying to add the British crown to his American title and become the first player to hold both at the same time since Lawson Little did it in 1935. Campbell missed a putt from only two feet at the 18th hole, which would have given him the fury List for Ontonagon Co. s Announced ONTONAGON — Residents of Ontonagon County, who have Dean selected to serve on t h e ury for the coming term of Cir- uit Court, are as follows: Bergland Township — Walter E. Beck. Kathleen Paro, Made-1 tor comes in direct contact with A BARGAIN?—Something out of the ordinary in the way of antiques is this 1812 anchor found in Lake Ontario by a Rochester, N.Y., skin diver. It's for sale—with a price tag of $4,000. Seabees in S. Viet Nam Have Real Sky Pilot as Chaplain By HAL BOYLE CHU LAI, South Viet Nam (AP) — The Seabees building a new attack airstrip here have a real sky pilot as chaplain. He is Lt. George M. Sheldon, Olympia, Wash., a former naval combat flier who flew 71 missions in Korea off the carrier Philippine Sea. He also holds five Air Medals and the Distinguished Flying Cross. The chaplain, who served 13 years as a line officer in the Navy after graduating from Annapolis, is highly popular with the nearly 600 members of Mo- Detroit Lions Sign 3 Rookie Choices Detroit (AP) — The Detroit Lions Tuesday announced the signing of three rookie draft choices, including flanker Preston Love of Nebraska. Jim Kearney, a quarterback from Prairie View, and defensive back Jack Jacobson of Oklahoma State, also signed. All three will join the other Lions rookies at training camp July 27. time disposing of the dead animals. Also, when the deer was freshly killed It represented a waste of valuable venison. Most of the deer are killed in the spring when they come to the sides of the road to crop the new green grass. Unfortunately, that's when the meat on their winter-starved bodies is in the poorest shape. The best rule to avoid these accidents is—when you see a deer, slow down. They spook suddenly and are unpredictable. Many run into the sides of cars, especially at night when they seem to feel safe after the car lights go by. Another good rule is to remember that where there is one deer there will be several. One may run off but one of his friends may run into the car. Respect deer crossing signs, motorists are asked. The Conservation Department would rather see the deer harvested by those with hunting licenses rather than driving licenses. match. The two players went on to an extra hole and Langridge won the match with a birdie 3. bile Construction Battalion 10. As one of the Seabees said: "We do hard, sweaty work from 12 to 18 hours a day. When we have a problem, we need someone to talk to who can tall our language. The padre can.' Chaplain Sheldon is 6 foot 3 has hazel eyes, closecropped iron-gray hair and a Lincoln esque countenance. He wears gold cross on his shirt and a bi colorful Vietnamese jungle ha that makes him easily ident fiable from a distance. Seated in a hot tent not fa from the supplies-strewn beach Lt. Sheldon told why he gave u combat flying to preach the Gospel. "A variety of things led me to the ministry," he said. "When I joined the Episcopal Church in 1955, I made a commitment to Careful Use of Mower Advised EAST LANSING — While we often hear about rotary lawn mowers throwing objects, it's a fact that two-thirds of mower accidents occur when the opera- >etroit Tech Awards 2 Honorary Degrees DETROIT (AP) — Stanley 9. :resge, president of the Kreagt 'oundation and S s. Kresge Co. /ice chairman, and conductor Leonard B. Smith of the De- roit Concert Band were given honorary doctor of humanitiei degrees by Detroit Institute of Technology Monday. line Haskins, Joseph Poggione. Bohemia Township—Sally E. Komula, Andrew Saaranen. Carp Lake Township — Arhur J. Holmes, Wllma E. Byrnes. Greenland Township — Lillian j. Aho, Lillian G. Stenson, Leon Rogers, Joyce Takala. Haight Township — Tyne Hautamaki, Chester Allen. Interior Township — Ray A. Larson. Emma Kananen, Niilo F. Saarl. Matchwood Township— A r - lene Maki, Ruth M. Cadeau. McMillan Township — Blanche Connors, Arlyss D. Waters, Dorothy Niesbauer. Ontonagon Township — Dorothy Sleeman, Lucille J. Ellison, Archie Stripe, Christine Lindner, Mary Moseler, Gert r ude Arkelin. Rockland Township — Ardyth Yaklavlch, Francis Floyd, Carol Erickson, Evelyn Urbis. Stannard Township — Elmer W. Maki, Leonard Pouttu, William A. Korsman, Kannanen. Ronald R. Ontonagon Briefs Major League =Leaderi= Music Festival At Marenisco MARENISCO — Instrumental . . _ and vocal music departments of i Christ and his Church. I began; ship Hall. Installation of of* The Queen Sorority of O n • tonagon County will meet Wednesday evening at 8 at the home of Mrs. William White. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 at Fellow- the blade. Operators risk losing toes or fingers whenever they are careless about pulling, adjusting, slipping or cleaning the machine, says Richard Pfister, Michigan State University extension safety engineer. Here are Pfister's recommendations for safely handling a ro tary lawn mower: Check the lawn mower blade and make sure it is sharp and sound. Store gasoline in metal con tainers and always refuel BE FORE mowing. Always wear shoes while mow ng. While shin guards are n o wactical, neither are shorts fo: lawn mowing chores. Walk over the lawn and pic* up all "potential missiles" be fore starting the lawn mower. Mow across slopes when po: slble. Always stop the mower whe leaving it unguarded. Place feet in a good positio for starting to maintain you balance. Be sure self - propelled machines are out of gear when starting. Pfister points out that the best way to mow the lawn is by thinking "safety" while op- the Marenisco School, were re-! to read the Bible as a coherent cently presented to the public in a Festival of Music, by director Donald Stand. Talcing part in a program of varied selections, were the senior and junior bands, a 3rd whole rather than as bits and piecemeal. Gradually I came to the conviction that this was the work I should follow." He resigned from active naval duty in 1959 to enter the Divinity fleers is on the agenda for the meeting. Coast Guard Group Commander Retires LUDINGTON (AP) — William Herbst, commander of the Ludington Coast Guard Group, has announced he will retire July 1 after 31 years. He has been Ludington commander since 1961. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (100 at bats) — Coleman, Cincinnati, .375; Johnson, Los Angeles, .340. Runs — Rose, Cincinnati, 41; Harper, Cincinnati, and Mays, San Francisco, 38. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 45; McCovey, San Francisco, 39 Hits—J. Alou, San Francisco, 69; Pinson, Cincinnati, 66. Doubles — Williams, Chicago, 19; Kranepool, New York, 15. Triples — Callison, Philadelphia, and Clemente, Pittsburgh, 6. Home runs—Mays, San Francisco, 17; McCovey, San Fran- ciscr, 13. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 34; Brock, St. Louis, 21. Pitching — Ellis, Cincinnati, 9-2, .818; Jay, Cincinnati, and Farrell, Houston, 4-1, .800. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 119; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 88. grade flutophone group, and School of the Pacific at Berk- American League Batting (100 at bats)—Horton, Detroit, .354; Davalillo, Cleveland, .352. Runs — Green, Boston, 40; Wagner, Cleveland, 37. Runs batted in—Mantilla, Bos- choral, ensemble, groups and soloists. The program follows: Pledge of Allegiance, led by David Grudnoski. Senior band selections, SABO March, Stranger on the Shore, Spiritual and Summer M a g ic. Accordion solo, Judy Grivicich Elementary band selections. Little Annie Rooney, L 111 le Brown Jug and Air Brigade March. Vocal solo, Lemon Tr e e ," Donna Taylor accompanied b y Mrs. Gail Charles. Third grade flutophone band, "Jingle Bells," "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and "America." Vocal trio, "Wheel of F o r tune" and "He," .Patti MacLeod, Diana and Sandy T a y- lor, accompanied by Judy Grivicich. Junior chorus, "Tumbling Weeds" and "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You." Senior chorus, "Marching t o Pretoria," "Battle Hymn of the Republic," "Bali Hai" and "Exodus," accompanied by Mary Blodgett and Judy M c Kenzie. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Connor ton, 44; 40. Howard, Washington, Hits—Cardenal, Los Angeles, 61; Howard, Washington, 60. Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, 16; Ward, Chicago, and Oliva, Minnesota, 14. Triples — Campaneris, Kansas City; Versalles, Minnesota; Tresh, New York, and Howard, Washington, 6. Home runs—Conigliaro, Boston; Colavito, Cleveland; Horton and Kaline, Detroit, and Howard, Washington, 11. Stolen bases — Cardenal, Los Angeles, 20; Campaneris, Kansas City, 13. Pitching — Pascual, Minnesota, 7-0, 1.000; Fisher and Buz- h?.rdt. Chicago, 5-1, .833. Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleveland, 99; Lolich, Detroit, 56. L'Anse, spent a day with her brother in law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Darrel Whitley. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon King and daughter, Jenny, and Mrs Arthur Scheffler, Merill, Wis. spent a weekend at the home o: their brother in law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Al Kulick. They also drove to Iron River to visi their brother, Richard L o e wecke. The Presbyterian S u n d a 31 School held a picnic at the church June 1, that terminated their Sunday School for the sum mer. Jack Kulick and Ralph Hoff man, Chicago, spent a week a the home of Jack's brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mr s Al Kulick. REAL SWINGERS Inn e W (For Dad's Day, June 20) unsingwear S-T-R-E-T-C-H golf shirts Look. We caught golf pro Jack Burke, Jr. giving swinging lessons to a fellow you may know. He sings a little. Notice they are both wearing the absolute latest... the first s-t-r-e-t-c-h golf shirt in knit. Munsingwear developed it. Calls it Texspand. It moves with you like your skin. Try it. A real swinging shirt. Style 2845. $5 See the Bing Crosby Short every. ; '. 9:30 p.m., e. T. over ABC- TV. Major Patrick Crowe ley, Calif. After graduating in 962, he served in parishes in he San Francisco Bay area and alt Lake City before rejoining he Navy. The padre works as hard as any Seabee himself. He holds ix religious services weekly for he Seabees and Marines, helps n the military's people-to-peo- >le program, and is .active in he direction of a native orphanage. But his greatest satisfaction comes from the endless hours of counseling men who :ome to him for help — Protestants, Catholics and Jews alike. 'They are typical of the problems of men away from home — loneliness, financial difficulties, and worries over the stability ol their marriages," he said. "Occasionally, there is a man who doesn't adjust well to military life and believes he is being picked on. 'Our biggest problems result from communications failures — when the men don't get let ters from home regularly or don't write home regularly themselves. "Mail is the greatest morale builder. The simple words 'I love you' are still the most im portant in the world." Chaplain Sheldon, whose wife and two children live in Oxnard Calif., hasn't flown an airplane for nine years, still hankers to now and then. But I like this work better," he said. "The thrill of flying i essentially selfish and can be shared only with other people in the same game. But any kind o ministry — whether it be preaching, teaching, nursing o healing — involves the giving o self to others. "The tangible rewards are no very great. But the intangibl rewards are." AMERICAN CAMELS Camels originated in North America about 40 million years ago and, by one million years ago, had spread thence into outh America and Asia. Has New Assignment WATERSMEET — Major Pat rick Crowe, graduate of Watersmeet High School with the class Bill Would Provide For 38 New Judges WASHINGTON AP)—The Sen- O f 1942, who has been in resi- ate Judiciary Committee ap- dency at Beaumont Hospital at! proved a bill Monday to provide jy p as0i Texas, will move to 31 new U. S. District Court Washington, D. C. to be head judges and seven additional Appellate Court Judges in four dis- of the four additional judgeships for the Court of Appeals would be provided for the 6th circuit, which serves Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Ten- tricts. One nessee. " "Doorway to a man's world" Corner Aurora 4 Suffolk * Ironwood CAR SPRINGS All can. New. from Floor Shift Conversion $16.95 AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Mansfield and Ayet Sit, Dial 932-0100 man in the United States Dental Corps of the U. S. Army in crown and bridge work. His headquarters will be Walter Reed Hospital. Major Crowe is married to the former Estelle Bray and they have six children. 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