Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 10, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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.THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREI Johnson Honors Young Scholars By G. K. HODENFIELD AP Education Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - A handwlmke, a smile and a medal from President Johnson in the historic East Room of the White House A buffet dinner on the South Lawn with Luci Baines Johnson as hostess. Heroes galore and entertainment under the soft, light of the moon. It added up to the biggest night ever in .the lives of 120 of the nation's br^u^est youngsters There was Nantelle Smith of Enterprise, Ala., first of the presidential scholars to cross the small stage to where the President stood. "I was so nervous 1 didn't ever know where I was going," she said later. But. she knew what she was going for—she clutched for dear life the box holding the medal. Jane Grayson was perhaps the most tired of the scholars. Jane was valedictorian of her graduating class at Mtami Beach (Pla.) Senior High Monday night. She caught a mid night flight to Washington, and founc 1 no time nor desire to sleep. "T'jis is all so wonderful," she said. "Just wonderful. I'll sleep some other time." The boy from the big city looked southward across the I South Lawn to where the Jefferson Memorial was bathed in a soft glow of light, whistled under hi5 breath and said, "Boy, this is the prettiest back vard I've ever seen." The youngsters were front and center in the East Room, where President Johnson told them, "The life of your land is it: good hands as its destiny passes, as it will, into your hands." Thei) parents — all of whom have today a new definition of the word proud — sat behind them Jammed around the walls stood, distinguished guests from all walks of life. The special heroes of the presidential scholars were two| young men close to their own age, All-America basketball star Bill Bradley of Princeton, and Don Schollander, four-time gold medalist on the 1964 U.S. Olympic swimming team. Bradley and Schollander, along with the President's daughter, Luci, appeared to have never a free moment. The Maoris inhabit New Zealand. KC Council Has Election WAEFTELD - Bishop Mag ner Council, Knights of Columbus, elected three new officers! and re-elected the remaining officers for the coming vear at its meeting neld at the council club rooms Monday night New officers elected were George A. S m o 1 i c h, grand knight replacing Zigrmmd Urbanski. who was elected trustee for a three year term Kenneth Graff was elected to the post of outside guard Officers, who were re-elected. included Zavier Zazaskl d e - puty grand knight: John fl a 1- lone, chancellor; Anton Jurkovich, warden; Charles Valesdno, advocate; Louis Verch recording secretary: Clarence T Negri, Inside guard: Loui? M a s- cotti and John Finco, trustees. The next meeting will be held at Marenisco Monday, June 21 with a ball game preceding the meeting Lunch will b e served. Even the Old Testament ol the Bible contains a tax report. At collection time, in the period around 1,000 B. C., the Israelites 1 paid taxes to King David with a precious coin of the realm: raisins. LOVERS IN 'PIED PIPER'—In Theatre North's bonus presentation of "The Pied Piper," Edwin Quistorff interprets the role of the singing schoolmaster Trueson. Playing opposite him is Lois Leineke as Mara the mayor's daughter. Their romance threads through the ageless story of the Piper's revenge on a thankless town. Joe Von Drake plays the Pied Piper's role. Others in the cast include John Contratto, Tom Burd, Harry Schubert, Robert Olson, John Isaacson, Kathy Schultz, Lynn Riggs, Ed Mascotti, Clifford Mills and many more. The music of Edvard Greig provides the songs sung by the mixed chorus directed by Quistorff and backgrounds the dances executed by the Von Drake dancers. The performances take place at the Wakefield Motor Lodge Theater Saturday and Sunday nights, June 12 and 13, at 8 p.m. (Modern Portrait Photos) 7,000 Troops Spend $37,000 At Opening of Post Exchange By HAL BOYLE DA NANG, South Viet Nam (AP) — It was a tense moment lor all. Artillery boomed in the distance. Warplanes roared off on missions perilous to many. At the edge of the great air base here, just outside the main security checkpoint, hundreds of men stood in sweating anxiety outside a large white-painted building. In the dense throng were airmen lust back from bombing and strafing North Viet Nam. There \vere dust-caked Marines, worn by days of patrol on mountaintop and across rice paddies. There also were clerks and bakers and mechanics and demolition men and beret-capped Army officers who had journeyed in from lonely outposts lor "the big operation." A murmur ran through heat- weary men: "What the hell is holding this thing up?" Inside the big building, Marine Lt. George F. Hoffman of Johnstown, Pa., was just as tense. He knew the beleaguring YESCHAK'S TOWER FAMOUS in WISCONSIN for FINE FOOD Serving Daily at Noon LUNCHEON BUFFET PRIME RIBS STEAKS DUCK SEAFOOD Reservations—Phone 588-4111 or 588-9161 LAC du FLAMBEAU South on 51-47 ft D i force outside couldn't be held at' bay much longer. \ He gave a final inspection toi his 60 Vietnamese and Ameri-j can assistants He looked at his ; watch. It was 11 o'clock—zero I hour. ! "All right, let 'em in," said; Hoffman. The doors swung open—and the great breakthrough was under way The long-awaited opening of the Navy Post Exchange at Da! Nang had taken place. Troops! grabbed up shopping baskets; and rushed pell-mell from counter to counter, buying every-1 thing'!hey saw. it was like the opening of a huge supermarket back home, only bigger. It was payday for most of the men, and they were as eager to spend their money. The 70 cases of beer in stock 1 were gone in five minutes. Some '2,000 cases of soda and soft ! drinks went quickly, too. ! Lucky first comers staggered I out of the $100.000 warehouse burdened with cameras, watches, tape recorders, deodorants, j film packs, clothing, and $28.15! portable refrigerators and small j electric fans. i Scores of Marines and airmen, unable to enter the packed building, left after long waiting. When the doors finally closed, some 7,000 men had spent $31,000. "Soon we'll have a million- dollar-a-month operation here," said Lt. Hoffman, who also will open five field post exchanges in the five northern provinces that make up the 1st Corps area in South Viet Nam. Like any good businessman, the lieutenant believes in expanding in prosperous times. The indications are that Uncle Sam's nephews in uniform will be spending more rather than less money here in the future. Telephone Company's Loan Is Approved LANSING (AP) — A $250,000 borrowing by Wolverine Telephone Co., for expansion and improvement of services,' has been approved by the Public Service Commission. The loan mainly will be used to provide service to an exchange in Millington, Tuscola County. Construction Safety Act Law Is Signed LANSING (AP)—Gov. George Romney has signed into law a bill amending the Construction Safety Act to give the Construction Safety Commission the same rule-making powers grant- eu other state boards and commissions. The bill was given immediate effect. POP THE QUESTION ' Solve Your Gift Problems at... ALBERT'S! "GREAT GIFTS FOR A GREAT GUY" ^WALKING SHORTS *SPORT SHIRTS *KNIT SHIRTS *SUIT$ *SPORT COATS *SLACKS •frSTRAW HATS *FELT HATS *SPORT CAPS *BELTS *JEWEIRY *GIFT CERTIFICATES •frSOCKS *UNDERWEAR ^PAJAMAS *DRESS SHOES *WORK SHOES *SWIM WEAR ALBERT'S CLOTHING ft SHOES S. Suffolk St. Ironweed Ph. 932-382C Gift House Stamps with Every Cash Purchase The Range's Most Famous Discount Center GAMBLES NEWS ADVERTISER Famous For Low Prices, High Quality ONE PART PAGE, PUBLISHED WEAKLY! THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965 IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Gambles' Manager Admits Guilt! Furniture Department In Turmoil! Overpricing, overbuying leaves mess only quick disposal will clean up! 1 COFFEE TABLE Reg. 14.95 value only 1 STEP TABLE Mahogany, Reg. Q 19.95, now 7« LIVING ROOM SET 2-piece, reg. I TO AC 239.95, now I / 7.7 J BEDROOM SET 3-piece, reg. 1 AA OC 259.95, now I 77,73 HEADBOARD Reg. 8 95, A AA now only . . W»WV Bookcase Headboard Bunk Bed Set A real buy! AA AP Reg. 109.95, . U7.7J PICTURE FRAMES a I oak, handsome, reg. 99c ASSORTED PICTURES Real oak, 7Qr Wonderful decorator items, reg. 99c 77c POLE LAMPS Take 'em * QQ away for just . *t«TT ASH TRAY & STAND 99c Reg. 1.29, now Small Main Floor Items Priced to Go! AFRICAN VIOLETS 45c,29c WASTEBASKET Potting Mix A 45-qt. basket for all purposes. Reg. 1.75, QQ now ...... , . If* FLASHLIGHT 2-cell, chrome, reg. 1 .39, now only ... RAINFALL GAUGE Keep your own measurements! Only Don Disch Admits To 3 Months Of Error! It isn't often, but it does happen; and it has happened a» our store in Ironwood. Our manager goofed, not once but in earnest on scores of items in every department. On some, he. overbought; on others, he over-priced. Berg Ringwall, Shirley McDonald and John Dragish have spent a week helping Don straighten out the mess and it has turned into a real buying opportunity for youl Let's all help get Don out of the doghouse while you save! save! save! at GAMBLES BEGINNING TOMORROW! FREE KLEENEX TO EVERY CUSTOMER. NO OBLI- CATION, NOTHING TO BUY! This Is the Scene of the Crime! Where Local Manager's Reputation Hangs in Balance! Main Floor Hardest Hit Slashed! Only One 21" Deluxe COLOR TV! 00 Cabinet style, Coronado quality—brand new with full warranty! You can't' afford to buy color elsewhere when you can buy and save at Gambles like this! Regular 625.00, now only 525 Only One... 19" PORTABLE TV 95 The last word in convenience and in entertainment! Famous Coronado quality—your assurance of satisfaction. All new, fully guaranteed! Reg 139.95. 99 r Just loaf along with this husky w ~'? % mower. Reg.94.95, now only 1 22" "RIDER" MOWER 78.88 22" DELUXE JET SWEEP MOWER with grass catcher. A real steel at TfQ QC this price. Regular 89.95, now only / T«T J 22" FRONT WHEEL DRIVE "RHINO" lAOOC. MOWER, reg. 124.00 IU7.7J OVERPRICED...NOW SLASHED! 21" SELF PROPELLED MOWER D reg. 114.95, now 104.95 SAF-T BAT & BALL SET PLASTIC, REG. 2.49, SET, NOW 1 25 2-60W, 2-75W, 2-100W GREEN THUMB LITE BULB SIX PACK 99c GARDEN GLOVES pair AT* onlyl/C reg. 29e STIPPLETONE 36" WHITE COFFEE MUGS & TUMBLERS M lOc PICKET FENCE JET STREAM OSCILLATING SPRINKLER 3.99 No Down Payments... Easy Terms! 19c Used Merchandise Department In Desperate Straits Heavy influx of good trade-ins takes up valuable floor space! Sacrifice prices ordered on the works! 19" SILVERTONE TABLE MODEL TV A real performer 1 Q AC Regular 39.95, now .1 T« » 3 19" OLYMPIC CONSOLE TV Take this reg. 39.95 |Q vdlue away for I r • 1 15 MAYTAG UPRIGHT FREEZER Reg. 129.95 value, now only 69.95 1 L & H 30" ELECTRIC RANGE Priced at 49.95, now 30.00 1 UNIVERSAL 30" GAS RANGE Was priced 39.95 34.95 1 36" NORGE ELECTRIC RANGE Priced at 39.95, now 21.95 1 APARTMENT SIZED FRIGIDAIRE REFRIG. Was 34.95, now 21.95 1 KELVINATOR REFIGERATOR Was 39.95, now 31.95 19" MOTOROLA CONSOLE TV Was 49.95, now . . . 34.95 17' MAJESTIC TABLE MODEL TV Was 49.95, now 34.95 19" CORONODO CONSOLE TV Was 29.95, , now 1995 BEAUTIFUL 23" SILVERTONE TV Was 189.95, now 149.95 60-day warranty) 1 36" Electric Range MONARCH Was 49.95, now . . . 34.95

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