Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 23, 1965 · Page 22
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Most Key Stocks Obituaries Sheriff Report Show Gains in ^•ssr^JFor June Given _, , . . . : unexpectedly this morning at 1 BESSEMER—Activities of the DlCinn M^rl/m 1:er hon " ie °" McKinlev Rd -- fo1 " Gogebic County sheriff's depart- KIMIIIJ l^luliACl lowing P. short illness. m ^ n t during June are reported i\i.jiii\j i IV4IHWI ghe v . as k 0rn gept 19 1899 by gherlff Axel E Tenlen ; as foi- NE\V YORK <AP> - Motors at Ullava. Finland and came to' lows: ; H ncnano ; «« n P <; wprp tlle Un!tetl stales and to Iron " Men on duty. 7. including the and pnrospace issues ueie woQd a£ g c!lj , d ghc was tne ^^ ^ ^ d UM; man strong in a rising stock market f 0 r m e r Hilda Salo. She at- riays 214 . man nours 1>717i in . ;arly thi* afternoon. tended the local schools and on C ] Ud i n g 345, traffic patrol. 227, Gains of fiactions to a point Sept 20 1913 she was married 5, pec i a i traffic patrol; 204. com- Di- more were the general rule to Emil Kangas. They cele- p i a i n t s: 35. report writing: 670, arnoiu- ke>- stacks. brated their 50th wedding an desk ass i gn ment (the sheriff's It \v<»« tht- market's strongest niverssry in 1963. office is open seven- days per rien-.o-'-^ or of an uptrend Mrs Kangas was a member week< 24 noui - s per dayl; 286, : rS'^eeV when other tempo- of the St Paul Lutheran Church otner duties . '" 'i<es have- all been abor- She is survived by her hus- prisoner record— process.ed • V.mV a--Wa'l srree' still ba » d ' B son ' Donalcl of Meno ' 22 prisoners during the month. r'Come statement as to '»onee Fails Wis.: three grand- Patrol record-cars on patrol, US Mile-' would result children- and four sisters. Mrs 245 nours; traffic offense ar- he high-level conferences • Helmi Buzza of Cnicago, Mrs restS] two; otner patrol arrests , taking'place in Washington about Ai ' ee '"' Yo ^ e °! Efi" 68 ™!! 6 ;,?" one: cars asslsted - nine: cars Viet Nam and Mrs - Davld Rjan a d investigated, eight: verbal warn, • j Waino Rein oi Ironwood. -, np c 10- c Pr virp rails 15 asT ^ e iS aC yiTd%ha a t ne a ™ al MrvteM Wil1 be held ^mSklnrSSr! -'number- ^«?P?mKrv effort and at 1:3 ° Monday a " eraoon >" received. 158-from other depart- g oredofeSending would be the st - Paul Lutheran C hu rch lnents , 30: complaint arrests. 1. Ulc ui'lclJoc oULiiuiiigj w vuiu u\r -tjit-w f ]•>(- D a* • f^n vo v A TH oil- •» * i. i i <. \j*.\, m »»- t* o Wltil t"0 K-r\. LJllVcl f\. n d i i* Milpaa-p rprnvrt tntnl tvflv- ,_ • . . _ _, -f A«I*-I *. rtfthotQlL*C ii*u»* --•*-*«» ^ . jy^ liCd&C i CL*U1 U Lwlrti vldV • • • ^H • • f e outcome of the talks , bwg officlatlng . B unal will be eled 10 436 lncluding 2>702 on, I n MCI I Meanwhile, auto stocks at-, al Rivers ide Cemtery. traffic patrol 3,740 on 111 M JU tractec, buyers because of; The remains are at the Ketola trafflc com J laintSi 3i994 0 n IIIIK ' U Fords records for sales and. Funeral H ome which will be other complaints VAST LANSING (APi-Mich- earnings in the second quarter, open alter 5 Sunday afternoon. wjmpduus,. _ ._. EAST LANSING IAF.I—Mien and firr-t half and because of; On Monday morning the r e - rary tive TRUCK MISHAP—A truck owned by the Perfection Egg Company, Eagle River, rests on its side after tipping over.on highway M-28, in Merriweather about 3.30 Thursday afternoon. Officers said the driver reportedly drove onto the shoulder of the road to avoid an oncoming car and trailer and the truck rolled over. The driver was not injured in the mishap and the truck sliffered minor damage, stated Michigan State Police officers. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1965. Board Approves Various Items Recommended BESSEMER — The Oogebic County Board of Supervisors, Wednesday, approved v a r Sous recommendations of the building and grounds committee relating to improvement of the grounds of the new jail building and cor- rction of various items of construction, and equip'ment. It was noted that the attempt , . of the building authority to in- Dis^harged Thursday: M r s . | elude the landscaping of the Raymond Pete, Marenlsco; Mrs 'grounds in the original con- Joseph Pazdernik, B e s semer. | structlon project was denied by Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Ad m I U e d Thursday: Wilbert J. B j o r k, Route 1, Bessemer, Denise Nasi, 116 Sutherland Avc., Th e r esa Ness 216 Vaughn St., Axel Puisto. 100 E. Aurora St., medical: Mrs Alex W. Bulkows k i, 208 Silver St.. Hurley, surgery Discharged Thursday: Edward .T Cocking, Mrs. George Isvorski. Bessemer; Mrs. Maggie lafolla, Charles K. Riehm. Mrs Myrtle Richards, L a w - rence Kutz. Paul R. Gunderson. Dcnisn T. Nask. Mrs. James Makinen and baby. Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield Admitted Thursday: Ira Johnston, Mrs. Herman Rudltys, Wake! i r 1 d, medical; David Miettinen, Wakefield, surgery Arvo Ulvila, Wakefield Vincent the Driver licenses issued. 176. igail sta te University's trustees Theft Is Reported at Hurley Gas Station The Iron County Sheriff's of-1 fice reported today that a theft was reported at the Emil Shabel Cities Service gas station on Highway 51, Hurley. Officers stated that the breaking in occurred sometime Thur- r • A <Man Injured Campaign Opens ,„ Cra sh Here In Iron County One person was injured and the federal government, leaving the county r e s p o n sible for grounds improvement. The board approved the recommendation that the county road commission be asked to blacktop the parking area between the jail garage and the courthouse. The project entails removal of three trees, removal of curb one of the drivers was arrested d tt excavation, back- as the result of a two-car traf-l m , wBitn c ;. ushed graveli and fice accident at 2:58 a.m. today blacktop and removing an earth peak car sales for the big three automakers in the latest reporting period. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up .1 at 318 6 with industrials up .3. rails up .1 and utilities off .1. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 3.90 at 865.67. mains will be taken to the {ox; one DODca t. Bounties examined, nine red praised the MSU administration day night with entrance to the , , i ,• ~t_t n ,,v>H1 tiv*-ia ' ""~ ~~«"«v. HlUlDUa> 1U1 ^A ^.^Cll 11J& « iwuw churc'i to lie in state until time Hours of services for other 6 6 budget which raised neither of services. county departments— Jus t i c e tuition nor dormitory housing Thursday for preparing a 1965- building being gained by r e moving-a window. pane from the Funerals Court, 35; Probate Court. 30; charges, prosecuting attorney, 25; Circuit "A highly front door. Sheriff's officers also reported commendable | that the pop machine, cigarette Court, 10; Civil Defense, eight; job." said Warren M. Huff, j machine and the cash register superintendent of schools, five; chairman of the board of ether county departments, 90. trustees which approved a bud- Trips for other departments— get of about $115 million. MARENICSO — Funeral serv- p ro bate Court, four trips to Huff praised the 57.187,398 WIITA A. AUTIO .. . _______ _____ , ._ ...... ,._ Amid expectations of a beef- j ices foi Wiita A. Autio, 51, Seat- Newbeiry" State Hospital; for increase" in the legislature's ing-up of America's military j tie, who died at Cecilville, Calif, prosecuting attorney, one trip appropriation for MSU, which plant, Boeing and Douglas Air- June 25. were held July 7 at to Ion j a state Hospital to re- is expecting an enrollment of] craft Eairied about 2 each. Unit- Memorial Chapel of Washing- turn prisoner; and one trip to 36,500 this fall— up 3,500 from ed Aircraft rose 1 and General ton Memorial Funeral Home. Marquette prison to convey two last year. Dynamics a fraction. | Seattle, with the Rev. Gary pr i so ners In his budget report, Philip Ford started modestly then ; B o r g e s officiating. Interment other activities: J - Ma y- vlce president for| picked up strength, showing a ; was at Washington Mem o r i a 1 Three Marine deputies worked business and finance, said gain of nearly 2 points by noon | Park. ar , average of 600 hours during "Certainly all of the legitimate General Motors and Chrysler: He was born at Wakefield, mon tir issued one marine law needs have not been funded, but were broken into and about $10 was taken. The department is conducting an investigation. , m s increased their early fractional I attended school there, and was violation ticket; gave 15 verbal substantial progress has advances to a full point each. ! married to Olga Shanack of T Va rnings- assisted in search for made." "" -" !rf ""• h " H "° f " been lost fisherman; receoved a stol- . H e said the budget 'Tecog- o --, -- Gerald, en boat . rescued occupants of a mzes the need for additional equipments, chemicals, steels, | and a companion were vaca- capsized boat; checked 150 boats faculty to teach an expanded „_>,_ —: _!__».—<~_ i LI —:— -». i-i —;i..;ii« .,,!,„„ v, i> r student enrollment, it provides Improvement spread along a' Shawar.o. Wis. broadening front, into the office! Mr. Autio, his son, rails anr electronics. ! tioning at Cecilville, when h e for sa:fe Doa trng McKesson & Robbins, was up suffered a heart attack while sheriff's officers worked on salai 'y adjustments which 2. Fairchild Camera added an- mountain climbing. tnree j uve nile cases with probate should other point and a half. _ j A sister, Mrs. John Strasser, authorities; policed five car ac- near tne 1 ;7aVofioW attpnrtpri thp fnnpral _.,_,_„*_. ,_ i. SalBl'V aV salaries to of Big Ten IBM tacked on 5 points, U.S ' Wakefield, attended the funeral. cidents; m ' a de emergency trans- : f^L^'SW 1 SHm netting nearly 3, Zenith about i fer of ' blood from Grand view the library budget to $1,698,401 i IUATHKW rRYAxr „*_=.._!r r" ^=../i' ^."^^ T r—_= and provides for the mainten- Smetting 2. i MATHEW CRYAN Hospital to Divine Infant Hospi- Prices on the American Stock i Funeral services for Mathew tal- took nart in two Civil De- were higher on bal-1 Cryan. 66, of 14 Silver St., Hur- 2 were Comput-' ley, will be held Saturday The budget calls for $51.97 to operate Salesman Pays $120 in Fines A door-to-door book salesman paid a total of $120 in fines this morning in Ironwood Municipal Court after pleading guilty to a disorderly conduct charge. David C. Mandt, 19, o f Brooks, Minn., was fined $100 for disorderly conduct and $20 for contempt of court and h e also was assessed court costs of $4.20. Judge C. C. Keeton also sentenced him to serve 90 days in the county jail, but sus- The iron County Chapter of; at the intersection of Suffolk and pile in the area at an estimated the Wisconsin Council for Re- : Aurora Sts. tarded Children is now conduct-1 Injured in the mishap ing its Friendship Cam p a i g n Joseph Howarth, 33, of Route 1, which is intended to raise funds Wausaukee, Wis., who was tak- for the betterment of retard e rtj en to G^and View Hospital for total cost of $1,365 to be paid wa , s i from the balance in the building fund. The committee told the board children. Workers have been appointed; and then released. by the county chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Giovanoni of Hurley, in most of the towns. In those towns where heads have been named the drive is in 1t7ea7merro7fMlalla7c'rat'lon W s lthati varlous ltems ln the C0n * i treatment of facial laceiat ions, structlon wh}ch need correction, , 7 , i pointed out by Sheriff Axel Ten- «Vn fi,,o ten. were discussed at a joint Mrs South Davis Rd., paid a $10 fine | and $4 20 costs this morning in i charge of failing to yield the the countv Build- on J°^ 15 Th'e assured by tne full swing: however, there are; right of way. certain towns where workers \ Ironwood city police. w h o are still needed to help in this filed the complaint against Mrs. important effort. Iron County Chapter Ramme. said she was goi n g was south on Suffolk St. when her started several months ago vehicle was involved in a colli- and it has a dual purpose—to work with the parents of retarded children, getting them to join togther; and to create a favorable public understanding of the problems of the children and parents. The leaders in this effort feel that there are many things which can be done for retarded people in Iron County, and this organization is going to work towards that end. Some of the objectives are day-care centers where these sion with an auto driven by Karen Johnson, 24, of Ramsay, authority, through a communication received by the authority from architect G. Arntzen & Co., that the responsible parties for each of the irregularities have been contacted and correction will be made within the near future, at no expense to t h e county. Items pointed out for nnnn Tin al-,<Mit 0 Tiroro PrminiiT-' la™ urill l-ie> hpm Qnturrtov at 1 „ ... . ^ , •. million IU UUciaie uie niaou Mfuucu me jail acjucn^t un n«- ance. UP auuul' £ wcic v^umyut Icy, 'All.' uc iiciu OdLUiuav a.\j L T^rnvirlprl ciifp pcionrt fnt- rwn .»«. r *- er Sc'.onces, Solitron Devices-p.m at the Engstrom Funeral fu n e ^i s the moving of a^ boat Lansing campus, up $8.4 mi ion! condition that Mandt left the . j..•._..' ,, T T,..-,-.. .r.in, *u» T, - .. luneiais. me moving oi a ooai f nm lnst vpnr and S3.43 million i citv within one hour. and Syntex. 'Home, Hurley, with the Re v . Corporate and U.S. Treasury ' Benjamin Bonneprise official- f a grounded plane {rom «u light trading. Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS Lake Superi0 r; {0 r the return a grounded plane {rom " Wakel?eld from last year, and $3.43 million j city within one hour. University, up I Mandt was arrested Thurs- . .. , t. — and the moving of a Friends may call at the fu- b j ]e C rane from the Peter neral home beginning at 4 p.m. Mine to Hurley and return:' in- agricultural Ironwood ^ today. MRS. DAVID CAVAN Funeral services for Mrs David Cavan, 75, of 305 N. Lo milion, w The who trespassed into a private home and bee a m e disorderly with the occupa n t. Chief of Police Donald Nevala today noted that door-to-door soliciting is prohibited by t h e Green River Ordinance w h i ch Park and on the return to Iron- will collect and disburse about | has been in effect for several wood. ' $50 million more in the opera- years. Conducted Washingron School tion of auxiliary enterprises, for . , ! provided safe -escort for the L.L. cooperative extension service, Wright graduating class on its ; W hi cn will receive $4.9 million. outing to Black River Harbor May said the business office * » —• -»v.»..w«j, liUUlltj . Al.t.1110 JJUUlLtVJ UUb AVI who was traveling east on Suf- correction included a clogged folk St. Police said Howarth was passenger In the Johnson car. First Public Disagreement sewer line in the cell block, a blocked by terrazzo. (This has been corrected); electrical work arrangement has been made for replacement of a portion of wiring with heavier wire; operation of the freezer—the Hiawatha Co. has assured that the freezer will be checked and corrected; WASHINGTON (AP) — FBI flooding of the hall ways dur- Director J. Edgar Hoover and in e tfa " k " operations will be retarded children and adults ! Atty . Gen . Nicholas Katzenbach ; c ° rre ^ed by construction of a can occupy thir time and be | nav e had their first public dis- i threshold under the tank r o o m trained, recreation progr a m s , agreement about the FBI's ', entrance door The architect - ...... -' INHj W A wXXiiV \f\f C UJ.JUW1IJ& '•iii. v.i,-ic?rt*- i f rni-.j-» Vitu w**\***%*i*fc.w i. MW»»"«£,* «*- ««**ww* i/iuii ui O.UA.JLIICIJ. j ^.utt-i. j** AU\-U, iu* Is a sectioned list of stock tran- rwill be held Saturday. The bui- grade schoo i students and Cub contract research, international saction? on the New York Stock! ial office and Requiem Eucharist Scouts from Harding, through aid programs, athletics and Exchange at midday with net *"'" ho ""°"° rt ^" th ° D ° " 'change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Calum H dies & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Copper Rng Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot , Gen Fde Gen Motors Gen Tel Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Inland steel Interlak Ir Int Bus Mach • Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kim Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Oil Ind Std 051 NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide' 'US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Tip, D—Down. K° f ,Sn 7t ' " a « D 49'/ 8 11% 665/s U 353/4 U 34*8 U 20% 66'/2 43' 7 8 U % 79% U 5-s 57Va U Vi 35% 68 230% D V4 84% D Vi 52'A U IVs 80% D VB 94»A U Vs 39 3 /s D Va 35V 4 U 55% U 487/8 U 4214 D 34'/2 D 462 U 1 80T 8 U ' /B 51Vs 54J/8 D Vi '/!> D V4 Vs V4 11 a.m. at the Church of the ancl the new jail buldng - other Received five dog complaints, Major sources of income will Transfiguration, Episcopal. In- Registered and terment will be at Riverside, ed {i ^ e p i stols . of five dogs. be the state appropriation of Milk Dispute Is Settled and sheltered workshops. The Iron County Chapter feels that the classes for retarded children iri the schools are not adequate and should be expanded. In the city of Hurley and some other communities, the drive is taking a house to house basis. However,-if any one from Iron County is not contacted, they may send their contribution to the Iron County Chapter for Retarded Children, Post Office, Hurley, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Giovanoni state that this is perhaps the most important drive ever conducted in Iron County. They feel that a successful .fund effort will give agreement role in the fight against crime. p , The disagreement, first since en 8 a K e a local Katzenbach assumed- his post as Hoover's superior last Septem- advlsed th f 1 " aH ?°° r ,0™ ot include this item H it bet•stemmedifrom the attorney ls not customai< y to P rovide a KneS^B^Stln^SS-^ 007 bel1 to tne sheri "' s office ' vfew"Slat'sf FM ln and ler 1 taMmuch^ Itj! o^ a4_hMjs government agencies fighting crime "have a great deal of professional, pride and organization- &£%Si£Srff?£S£ --s-»«"-£»5£f some one on duty The committee was concerned that these corrections be made toBt ^ t " ; LI Ulfl IO it to themselves when they think they can make a good case by going it alone." "There's not a scintilla of 35 It Pertains tO > uc buc ouatc af^jj. \j±Ji ic4i/i\jii VA m «v ^^ -^ -^ •^ m -^ -^m t inspect- $38.5 million and student fees DETROIT (AP) - The threat | organization which are equal! y| the FBI," Hoover volunteered Cemetery. Assisted with traffic at soap- million. tP<:t test ,™f ^o^lt^^f J«L box derby try-outs in Ironwood, Of the $51.97_ million for the slng by the Michigan Milk Pro . *" 'totaling an expected $11.5 of an indefinite boycott of Seal-1 ™^" a ,. p r^ilHnn " >__*. j_(^-i__ :— T^-.*.—i* _-.j T -«. LliaL lilCl C in Detroit and Lan tnat tnere are more 1<etarQ e a Pre ss through a spokesman in Detroit and Lan- cnildren and aduits in Iron Coun . B *~ d3 » . . . »J\Jf* \A\fiUJ 1,'i Jf W WUU »*J AXWAJllWUj X^A V* JV* t^U^. . V I ****»*»^»* .«.v* •-.— . J^H|L* UV LI 1C 1V11U1 llfi Clli AVlilft. X^i U~ I <•• « of A f* 5 . ~»*™™ n airt 4 sponosored oy the Junior Cham- East Lansing campus, $36 mil-j ducers Association ended Thurs-i tion_at^4_this afternoon _and ^A ber of Com merce; and assisted lion will go into salaries. j day with an agreement that the with traffic at stock-car races May said $2.8 million in the > da j ry fi rm would stop importing at the Gogebic County Fair-' budget was for 200 additional i raw milk from Wisconsin. at 7:30 tonight'at the funeral grounds . home. 54% U 831/4 U 33% U % 47Vs D Vi 67% 38H D 3 /8 '5 s /8 D % 40V 8 U Vs 66'/8 46% D 76 D 42 59% U 46Vfe 37% U VB CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 3,000; butcher steady to 25 lower- 1-2 200-220 lb butchers 24.75-25.00; mixed 1-3 200-250 Ibs 24.50 : 24.750 load'at 25.00; 2-3 240- 270'lbSf24.25-24.50; 1-2 190-200 Ibs 24.00-24.5.0; 1-3 350-400 lb sows 21.75-22.25; load 325 Ibs at 23.00; GEORGE W. SULLIVAN Funeral services for George W Sullivan, 83, of Hurley, will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at the St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurley, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mi-. chael A. Prock officiating. Buri- i White House has reminded the al will be at the St. Mary! Post Office Department that it Reminder of Summer Jobs WASHINGTON (AP) — The Cemetery Friends may call at the Eng- faculty positions, plus 197 grad-j The assoc i a ti 0 n had accused uate assistants, 122 new cler- gealtest reportedly the state's leal - technical positions and largest processor of milk for 43 administrative - professional drlnkin g. of trying to under- positions. mine raw milk prices by im- The $1.7 million for the ^ J library, May said, was "an all- time high for MSU" but still porting lower-cost supplies from Wisconsin. Deliveries of milk to Sealtest considerably below national fro m";7s OCi atidn members vir- wants all government agencies to fill summer jobs under thej MSU's strom '^uneral Home "in "Hurley L out £ employment program ™\AnnlnnV Mflftt* after 2 p m. today. The rosary the basis of need rather than pa- Atf/l/IVlf 7 /FlUUC tronage. — Press secretary Bill D. Moy- I f\ ers made the point Thursday ' w shortly after the department de- will be recited at 8 tonight. Sir Knights to Recite Rosary for G. Sullivan Sir Knights of the Pere Menard General Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, are asked to be present at the Engstrom Funeral Home, Hur ley, for the recital of the rosary for Sir Knight George Sullivan at 8 tonight. Faithful Navigator Paul Martilla announces the roster of Sir Knights who will serve as honor guard this evening as follows: 7 to 7:30 —Ralph Massa and William Wagner. 7:30 to 8 —Louis Paoli and Fred Tezak. 8 to 8:30 —Alex Bielaws k i and Charles Santini. 8:30 to 9 —Leo Beauchamp and Leno Zadra. 9 to 9:30 —Henry Anderson and Clyde Simmonds. On Saturday, the honor guard will assemble at the f u n e r al home at 8:30 a.m. Members of the honor guard will be Henry Anderson, Alex Bielawski, Anton Gust, Fred Tezak, William 400-450 Ibs 20.75-21.75; 2-3 450-1 Wagner and Leno Zadra. 500 Ibs 19.75-20.75; 500-650 Ibs i 18.75-1975. I CHICAGO PRODUCE Cattle 3,500; calves none; CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; two loads prime 1,300'1,365 ibf slaughter steers 28.50; high choice and prime 1,1751,375 Ibs 27.50-28.25; four loads high ; choice and prime 1,400- l;480 Ibs 27.50; choice 1,100-1,375 Ibs 26.00-27.25;. choice 950-1,150 Ibs 25.25-26.50; good 22.75-24.75; choice 800 - 1,000 lb slaughter heifers 23,50-25.25; good 20.7523.00; COWS 12.50 17.50-19.00. Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged to V4 higher; 93 score AA 58%; 92 A58%; 90 B 58; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58%; 89 C 58. Eggs unsettled; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 lower: 70 per cent or better Grade A Whites 29Va; mixed 20!/2; mediums 25; standards nied patronage was involved because it used lists supplied by congressmen to fill some of its jobs. A spokesman said this was a speed-up device used bcause th U.S. Employment Service Service was slow in providing qualified personnel. / Forest Fire In District Seven fires burned 3.9 acres in the Upper Peninsula state protection area for the week ending July 17, according t o Karl Kidder, regional fire superviror, Department of Conservation, Marquette. One fire was reported in the Baraga District, which is comprised of Baraga, Gogebic, Houghton and Ontonagon counties, burning 3.0 acres. To date the area has had 21 fires burning 20.3 acres. WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States has apologized to France for accidentally violating French air space over a nuclear production plant last Friday and has promised to take steps to prevent such incidents. State Department spokesman Robert J. McCloskey announced the U.S. action Thursday but declined to explain what the violation was, how it occurred or give any other details. France had formally protested Monday the overflight by a U.S. Air Air Force reconnaissance plane. through this organization they, can effect a better understand-; ing by the parents and the public so that all of them can be helped. THE WEATHER Blast Kills 4 Irish Seamen TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Friday. July •;», 11H)5. For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 84UO p.m. 701 6 a.m. 68 4 p.m. 83'MldnlgM 68, 8 a.m. 71 6 p.m. 81 2 a.m. BS'10 a.m. DO 8 p.m. 78' 4 a.m. 64INopn 83 Barometer: R a.m. 29.80; Noon 29.88. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. least four Irish seamen were! Albany, cloudy association supplies more than j killed in a predawn explosion! Albuquerque, clear 85 per cent of the dairy's needs. I and fire which roared through i Atlanta, cloudy In agreeing to stop Wisconsin | the crew's quarters of a freight- imports, Sealtest general man-1 er tied up here, ager David Falconer denied any j A fifth man was reported intent to influence Michigan prices. He said the company was merely trying to meet fluctuations in demands. Briefly Told The Hurley Knights of Columbus will recite the rosary tonight at 8 at the Engstrom Funeral Home foi. George Sullivan. Defense Costs Show Decline WASHINGTON (AP) — Final figures on government spending in the fiscal year which ended June 30 showed that Defense Department expenditures declined by $3.5 billion. But the total spending by the federal government decreased by only $900 million, from $98.3 billion to $97.4 billion. Figures .were released Wednesday by Secretary of the Treasury Henry H. .Fowler and Budget Director Charles L. Schultze. The White House said the fis- ^ „ _ .. cal 1965 deficit was $3.5 billion The Erwm Conservation Club _ corn p ared with the $6.3 billion picnic, scheduled for Sunday at N o r r i e Park, has been post- deficit which had been estimated in January. Expenditures poned tc Sunday, Aug. 1, atj dl . 0 pp ed by $ { billlon and rev . burned 308.2 acres in the U p- per Peninsula to date. Last year at this time, there had been 309 fires burning 1.037.7 acres 1,000 Homemakers Go Back to Class at MSU EAST LANSING (AP)—Some 1,000 homemakers go back to class next Tuesday for Michi- families are welcome. Baarh Party Makes Request on Revenue DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Syria's ruling Baath party has called on oil-producing , Arab nations to earmark part of their revenues for 1 a joint fund to arm and develop Israel's Arab gan State University's 38th i neighbors. annual "College Week fori Invi..lengthy policy statement, ItlsCold at South Pole WASHINGTON (AP) — Before you complain'•• about the heat: ' The Navy's Amundsen-Scott South Pole station has recorded a record cold for the place, 113.2 below ^ero. . The Russian station at Vpstok missing. The explosion of undetermined cause ripped through the hold of the freighter Irish Sycamore, a 449-foot vessel based out of Dublin. The blast triggered a fire in the superstructure of the 10,550 ton ship. The blaze, was harnessed shortly after dawn. Bismarck, cloudy 97 68 .81 Dems to Hove Picn/c Sunday The Gogebic County Democratic Party will have its annual picnic Sunday aftern o o n and evening at the Extens i o n Camp at Little Girl's Point. Party officers report that food and refreshments will be served and live music provided for dancing. A number of prizes will be awarded. Officers said the picnic is open to the public. Boise, clear Boston, cloudy ... Buffalo, cloudy .. Chicago cloudy Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Detroit, cloudy .. Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, clear Helena, clear . . Honolulu, clear Indianapolis, cloudy 90 74 Jacksonville, clear 87 65 Juneau, cloudy 56 45 Kansas city, clear 94 79 Los Angeles, cloudy 79 60 Louisville, cloudy .90 78 Memphis, clear . ; Women," It features 16 classes, the Bnath Socialists said libera- in Antarctica, however, is 15.50; bulls i25'/a; dirties unquoted; checks j discussion sessions and a man- tion of Palestine was the "high- /claiming the over-all record, 21. ber of speakers July 27-31. j est pan-Arab objective. 1 1126.9 below. Reserve Officers Ask. Merger Action^Hxrlt WASHINGTON (AP) /—' The Reserve Officers Association, in a hew move against the contro verslal tluard merger, said today a halt in the action.is necessary to restore morale and effectiveness in preparation tor a poossible reserve -call to active duty. ;•'", '' -vA*^ "-' ' ' : Brlg<:Oen. Donfjd §. Dawson, ROA* "national 1 president,, said that'^although intrnatiohal de- velppments 'arid ctfngress.lonal fe- acfibn' h|d forestaUed/the mer- ger.ino-Pe,ritagoiv oriipr to>:his effect has been issued. Miami, clear Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St.P., cloudy New Orleans, clear New York, cloudy Okla. City, clear . Omaha, clear to contribute y ear all ° wed f ° r construction. f ™ t ho SI After that date, repairs will be B u the responsibility of the county board. Other recommendations of the committee approved by the board authorized the admin- istrative'secretary to obtain estimates of cost and purchase a floor scrubbing and polishing machine for the new jail. That bids be invited on fluor- rescent lighting installation in the Circuit Court room and the County Road Commission o f - fices; and on lowering the light fixtures in the administartive secretary's office. That the administrative secretary be authorized to obtain estimates of cost of new floor tile for the office of the road commission superlntndent; and on repairing the north entrance and install a new door, in this entrance of the courthouse. That the request of A n d r ew Bednar for office space in the courthouse for use of an expedi- ,er in the Economics Opportunity Program, be granted and ;hat he be assigned the room Detween the jury room and the Dpard of supervisors room provided that the drain commissioner is not using it. Approved the recommendation that the kitchen range in the old jail building be sold to the Ironwood Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, for '$50 and the refrigrator in the old jail be sold to Edward Strahs, operator of the Tip-Top cafe, Bessemer, for $50. Strahs was high bidder on the refrigerator; other bidders were Griews k i Market, Ironwood, which o f - fered $25; and the Ironwood VFW Post, which offered $50. 78 67 93 68 86 68 77 49 81 64 72 63 91 73 89 77 86 71 94 63 87 68 68 49 98 77 76 47 84 76 .86 .01 .67 .08 .25 95 76 85 74 .07 89 68 92 76 90 73 1.92 75 66 .01 99 76 91 73 Philadelphia, cloudy 80 67 Phoenix, cloudy . . . . 98 77 Pittsburgh, clear . . 86 64 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 82 65 Rapid City, rain . . . 102 65 Richmond, cloudy . .. 82 64 St. Louis, clear ..... 96, 77 Salt Lk, City, cloudy 85 62 'San Diego, cloudy . . 73 , 64 San Fran., cloudy . . 64, 57 Seattle, clear ...... : 77 58 Tampa, clear Washington, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy .. 86 74 .32 84 68 85 66 .14 RANGE SKIES Sunset today. 8:43. Sunrise to rjjorrbw 5:31. Moonrisie tomor tow 1:27 ''a.m. New Moon Julj Greot Lakes Shipments Up CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — The Lake Carriers' Association said Wednesday that 50,784,938 net tons of iror ore, coal and grain had been shipped over the Great Lakes this year to July 1. Oliver T. Burnham, vice president and secretary of the association, said it is the largest first half year tonnage in five years. Last year 50.777,063 tons were moved. June, shipments also were a five-year high. There were 20,745,848 tons shipped, compared to 19,242,162 in 1964. Iron ore shipments in June totaled 10,163,842 gross tons, nearly "a million tons ahead of last 28 Tonight tlie planet, Venus, is year; 6,934,999 net tons of coal & little 1 ' above the star, Regulus, were shipped, an increase of and'the.planet, Mercury, is be- 600,000 tons and an eight-year Jpw'the star." Venus-lls always record;,and grain fell to 2,427,- Ijrighter than any other planet;,346 tons last month compared or star*. i U J W fVUU iMUl/ JllAJlllfJ [to 2,621,493 in 1964. 'if

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