Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 9, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 6

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, June 9, 1965
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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1965. New Pulp Mill Is Recommended For Eastern U.P. HOUGHTON - A new pulp mill In the eastern area of the Upper Peninsula could profitably manufacture several pulp and paper products, according to a study being made by the institute of Wood Res earch QWR) at Michigan Technological University. These might include food container board, bleached hard wood kraft pulp corrugating medium or a combination of sanitary tissue and bleached' kraft pulp. A preliminary report on the study was made last week to the institute's advisory com- 1 mittee, composed of business ; and industrial leaders in the! wood and wood products fields.! The investigation is a partial' result of a grant from the Mich-| igan Department of Econom i c ; Expansion to study profitable! uses of large hardwood a n d i softwood surpluses in the U p per Peninsula. Arthur D. Little Co. of Cambridge, Mass., was retained by the IWR to do an economic feasibility study based on i n formation supplied by Michigan Tech. The study confirmed the preliminary findings of the institute staff. The IWR's final report, to be released in late summer, will include the A-D. Little report and additional resource and site data. According to the preliminary report, mill investment would range from $13.5 million to $35 million depending on the type of product produced. An estimated 700-800 men could b e employed in such a new enterprise. The study estimates 100,000 ,tons-per-year production of milk carton or other type of food container board would be possible. If .the mill were to produce bleached hardwood kraft pulp, production could reach 130.000 tons per year. An esti- .. mated 66,000 tons of corrugating medium might be produced, according to the study report If the plant were designed for pro. duction of sanitary tissue and bleached kraft pulp, a combined, production of 105,000 tons would be possible The Institute of Wood R e search has been working o n profitable uses for the Upper Peninsula's surplus wood s i nee 1955. Early studies indicated the practicability of a food board . tni a n u f a c t u r i n g plant. |. JPJie MDEE-financed study confirms the earlier findings and broadens the potential for a mill operation. ;Tlie advisory committee also heard reports on a cooperative project with'the University of Michigan on the manufacture of " u r r e d" wall panelling from low-grade hardwoods, and j \ an economic, feasibility study on expansion of production b y '-. ' r Khoury Brothers, Inc., an Iron ' Mountain furniture manufacturer. It was indicated a sufficient ; supply of furniture-grade lumber is available for the firm's ^-—J Production expansion. p""" Members of the committee ! were informed tbat a c o m - mercial model of a pulpwood / debarker, designed by the IWR, will be available this fall from the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co., : Manitowoc, Wis The Manito; woe firm is building the units as a licensee of the institute, WHAT is IT?—This vehicle could be a truck, but it might not be. In Orland, Calif., rancher Otto Rehse, who owns it, says the motorized feed van is an instrument of husbandry. The California Highway Patrol, which gave Rehse a ticket for allowing the van to be driven on a public road, says the vehicle is a truck. The rancher asked for a jury trial and the result should determine if the van is exempt from the usual registration requirements. Children's and Young People's Books Are Listed MERCER — Many books are available to Mercer's read i n g Iw. Kenyon; In the Cool of the * A | Day, Susan Ertz; Festival, J. B. *f & OH Priestley. j Westerns listed for high school age: The Drift Fence, Zanearey; ! Roll at Hurley Hiekkanen, L y n n -i Qiacomlno, Linda DeRizzo, Beth Brackett, Diana Arthur. Annette Huotari, Michael , Carli, Ltmis Darin, Dennis Kostac, Gary K u r t a, Forty two pupils of the'j. E.! Jack Miller - William Morgando Land is Mine. Tex Holt; Apache Canyon, Brian Garfleld; The Oregon Rifles, Dwight Bennett; Lone Star Cowboy, Leslie Scott; Winter Range, Al Cody; Bugles and Brass, George Garland. Non-fiction for young people: public The small library, by be-j The Far Shore, Edward Ells- Spanish Gold, Jim Kane: This M h junior HiEh School of, and Oeor B e Proctor. T n ~A 4e »»)«« Tov UnH. AMonVio "lUFpny JUHlOf Mlgn BCCOO1 OI Qoiro.ifh tfforto _ Tt which holds the rights. basic patent Market Suffers Worst Loss Since JFK's Assassination longing to the Regional Library service, can loan out more books and materials than it owns, provide service for which it has no budget or equipment and utilize the services and talents of trained library personnel who are not on the payroll. Folbwing are the books available : *. * * For Children— The Borrowers, Mary Norton; Prince Caspian, |S. C. Caspian; Wisconsin, Allan Carpenter; Boxes,JeanM.Craig; The Mountain of Gold Mystery, .Elsa Pedersen; John F. Kennedy & Pt-109 (Child's version), i Richard Tregaskis; Moun tain I Top Mystery, Gertrude Chand- berg: Conqueror of Mt. McKin- Hurley are listed on the school's! final honor roll of the 1964-65 school year Two of the pupils, Karen Kangas and' Sandra Grasso, both seventh graders, are on the "A" honor roll. Seventh grade — Tom D a h 1, Robert Garreau, Alan Pasqua- lucci, a°ne Vandevoorde, Mary Brecke, Mary Johnson, Lynn Kluhsman. S u s a n e Matts o n, Beth Vorello, Diane P r e 11 i, Evelyn Zani, Eugene D a h 1- b a c k a. David Laspa, Dale Pupiis on the "B" honor roll, i Wicklund. Diane Anderman and ley, Hudson Stuck; The Oregon | as announced by Principal Will-j Sharon Lantta Trail, Francis Parkman; Crazy i iam Zo'1 are: Ho -e Marl Sandoz: Louis Joliet (Explorer of Rivers), Virginia S Eifert; Lou Gehrig, Frank Graham; 15th series, Famous American Athletes of Today, F. E. Whitmarsh. Co-op Youth Camp Will Open July 4 Many inquiries concerning the Youth Camp Co-op-a-gan, which is located approximately 20 j miles northeast of Chisholm, Minnesota on beautiful Perch Lake, have been received b y ,. . „ . . ,.,.,. the Wakefield Co-op Supermar- ler Warner; Ins Red and Wild ket * * Trek, Jim Kjelgaard; Where the j T ' he camp will open July 4 and tsen- run through July 31. The camp capacity is 50 youths per week. For application blanks and ad- Eighth grade - Walter Thiede, John Stephani. Dennis Saari. Paul Krankkala, Rita Beckstrom. Judy Vandevoorde, Linda Sunie, Gladys Peltom a k i, Patricia Kovales, Eloise Kluhsman, Cheryl Ilminen, Nancy EARLY CURFEWS The curfew began in the Middle Ages as a signal, usually by tolling a bell, to warn townspeople to extinguish their lights and fires or cover them up for the night. dak; L'ttle Toot on the Thames, Ky JACK LKFLER i reached an all-time peak, this Hardie Gamatky; Souptaone, Sid- AP Business News Writer averact lias tumbled 50.57 :liey ° mt; NEW YORK (AP) — The „„,.,,' North. stock -r.arket has taken a severe „ . . __ Among those listed for young j vi7gIn i T"M^n7'55792* »nnlp nf liitrh Qfhnnl QCTP arP' • DAILY GI.UBH WANT-ADS sea GAY GINGHAM! gay gingham apron with a softly smocked yoke! Make it for your- seal, sterling ditiona , information write Range Educational Society, Box 172, beating in the past four weeks. The Associated Press 60-stock people of high school age" are" I Its slide has been almost average dropped 4.4 to 323.7. Between Planets, Robert A. ! steady with only a lew inferrup- Brokers said one favorable; Heimle.'n; Treegates Raiders, tions. : factor was that the slump came Leonard Wibberley; The Haunt- SOITIH brokers said the confi- on mculerate trading. Volume [ ed Hound, Robb White; The dence of investors in the outlook Tuesday was 4.67 million : Phantom Rider, Keith Robert- for the economy appeared to shares. The daily average for; son; Answer for April, Jan Nick- have boen weakened. ; the yen- to date has been about erson; Halfpenny Linda, Jean i Tuesday the market, as meas- 5-6 minion shares. j Nielsen: Little Big Foote, Wil- iured by the popular averages ' In vi " w of tlie slu Sgish trad-J Ham Campbell Gault; Captives 1 suffered its worst loss since the ingl brokers said the situation' of the Senecas, John Briek; assassination of President John a PP eartct to be more of a case j Blue Wampum, Constance Coni F. Kennedy Nov 22 1963 of unwillingness to buy thanlrader; Between Home and Hori- Tnnpc Q'P f ,„: eagerness to sell. |zon, Dola De Jong; The Pinto fpii % in n • t- f ! Some said the slide nad been | Deer, Keith Robertson; Pride of _;._..", p ..!_ „ °: accelerated by the statement i the Moor, Vean Smith; Cook In- last wwk by William McChes- 1 let Decision, Elsa Pedersen; You ney Martin, chairman of the,Know Me, Al. Ring Lardner; Federal Reserve Board, who i Rough Stuff, Wilfred McCor- said he saw. "disquieting simi- mick; In This Corner, Adrien larities" between present busi-!Stoutenburg; Muscle Boy, James ness conditions and the boom L. Summers, that preceded the 1929 crash. * * * Brokers say disturbing factors; The Pond, Robert Murphy; include talk about tight money,! It's Like This Cat, Emily Ne. a lot o[ secondary issues coming ville; Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Boyr; and girls who are plan-;on the market and permission Defoe; The Lion and the Otter, ( mng on working in Wisconsin for U.R troops to engage in Beverl" Butler; Beggar's Daugh- Accent a this s'immer may obtain work |C omba; in South Viet Nam. ter, Mabel Leigh Hunt; Early SMORGASBORD TONIGHT! All You. Can Eat! Featuring Chicken Sautee, Beef Stew, Meat Loaf, Roast Beef, Chicken Chow Mein, and Rigatani. Adults . . . $2.50 Children Half Price MONTREAL LODGE Montreal, Wisconsin 889.05. Since May 14, when it; Minors Need Work Permits permit.;- at the H u r le y High: "It neems as though buyers, Candlelight, Maude Hart Love- School principal's office. self in your favorite and others Michigan youths, as well as 1 Wisconsin boys and girls, who for gift-giving! ; have jobs in Wisconsin, may get Pattern No. 5013-N has direc- their permits there. have become very wary and!lace; The Gilded Torch, Iloa sellers are not offering any avalanche of stock," a market analyst commented. Fuller: Warlock, Oakley Hall; The Last Gentleman, Shirley Barker; Damned If You Do— tions for making apron; diagram and directions for smocking on gingham. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 Undur Wisconsin laws, any mi-1 dine, it did not compare with nor under 18 years of age must that on the day of the assassina- have a permit to -work at any tion, when the Dow Jones aver- gainfnl occupation. No permit is age fell 21.16. required for agriculture, domes- And it was minor in compari- tic service outside of school son with "Black Monday" — j hours and volunteer work 1 May 28 1962 — when the aver- as was Tuesday's de-j Damned If You Don't, Marjorie K. Osterman; Laughing Boy, Oliver LaFarge; The Hell Bent Kid, Charles O. Locke; Goodbye JOld Dry, Dan Cushman; Grand- for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! LITTLE RAINFALL lationship exists. Before a work permit can be issued, the following requirements must be presented to the permit officer: Proof of age- birth record or baptismal certificate: letter from employer stating his intention to employ the minor; and letter from par- Ice-covered Antarctica is a i ent or guardian consenting to waterless land, with ann u a precipitation on its vast interior plateau being only foiir inch e s, just two more than that of California's Death Valley Potenti a i water of the continent, which is equal to all the world's riv e r s and lakes, is locked in snow and ice. Finland was the first European, country to permit women to vote, doing so in 1906. Though its jurisdiction is restricted technically to Greater London, Scotland Yard men can investigate serious crime elsewhere in the United Kingdom if ! requested by local constables. If i the assistance is requested within 24 hours of a crime, it's free; otherwise, the local government ,has to foot the bill. pa and the Girls, Louis M. Hayward: The Wonderful Country, The Brave Bulls and The Pri-l mal Yoke. Tom Lea; Emma, E. jthe employment. Boys under 16 who are to be employed in street trades also are required to pre-1 sent •> statement from their school principal. If the skin of an adult were spread out flat, it would cover about 18 square feet. LOVE FOOD? Find your specialty here: *LIVE CHARCOAL GRILLED STEAKS, CHOPS *HO-MADE ITALIAN FOODS . .. nightly by Chef Herman ^SUPERLATIVE NOON LUNCHEONS all at the ST. JAMES HOTEL Inc. Fritz Cerasoli, Mgr. Dial 932-2100 for information on banquets .parties ,etc. ON HIS DAY OKI 17.88 ELECTRIC SHOE POLISHER the whole family will love it! • complete home electric shoeshine kit! • sturdy "fitted" storage box! • sure-grip design! • "Automaton" control changes attachments without staining fin gers! • single switch control! • extra-long detachable cord! • powerful, stoll-prooi torro Super-Torque mo tor! When you give, give quality from the . .. , . A trusted name with trusted*"service since 1896 GET THE BUGS... before they get you! IC they've already FAST! "RID-O-MOTH" 100% Naphtalene Makes a myth of moths "6-12" Insect Repellent Spray Keeps bugs from biting "RAID' House & Garden Bug Killer for house insects and garden pests "RAID" Flying Insect Killer kills bugs dead—smells good too "RAID"-lnsect Spray kills flies, mosquitoes, roaches, ants, moths, lilverfish. "OFF'-^INSECT REPELLENT INSECT LIQUID bitten . . . then use• CALADRYL LOTION • RHULICREAM • NEW STING KILL • ITCH-ME-NOT STOP THE BUGS FROM GETTING THE BEST PART OF YOUR GARDEN! Stop in at the Ironwood Pharmacy and let us advise you on what insecticides to use on your garden. •GARDEN GUARD •CHLORDANE DUST •WEED-NO-MORE •TOMATO DUST •DURADUST •POTATO MIX •ALL ROUND SfflAY •BLACK LEAF 40 • ANTROL ANT KILLER • CYANOGAS KILLS ANTS IN ANT HILLS IRONWOOD PHARMACY S. SUFFOLK ST. PHONE 932-ltlO £pt*t FOR THE BELLE OF THE BEACH 5 99 to 19 98 sizes 10 to 16>' and 44 From a great collection, three suits that make the most of summer and you. Top, the bikini maillot; center, form-fitting sheath; left, sensational lace midriff suit. IN HURLEY JPh. 561-4270 '• r Locally Owntd and locally Operated 3-EASY WAYS TO "CHARGE IT" AT PAUL'S IN HURLEY

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