Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 10, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965. IRGNWOOD DA.'U GLOBE, IRCNWOOD, MICHIGAN THE BEEF WITH THE PEDIGREE Super Market With That Special Lopez Trim SWIFT'S PREMIUM CHUCK ROAST ROUND STEAK Fresh Killed, Corn-Fed. 3-3'/i-lb. SPRINGERS.. Lean, Red Whole or Cut Up! 39 C Ib LARGE, GRACE A 39 Walter Meyer's Skinless FRANKS 2 99 PENNSYLVANIA DUTCHMAN MUSHROOMS 4-oz. cans 1.00 STOKELY'S Tomato Sauce 15-01. cans 89c Aunt Jane's Hot Dog, Hamburger, Sweet DCIICUCC for Better Eatin' f ll'/i-ca. 1 Aft KCLI jHt J Outdoors D jars I .UU RESALE BOOK MATCHES lOc TOMATOES Red, Ripe 29 C Ib Strawberries «^ 49° BING CHERRIES, PEACHES, GRAPES, PLUMS *ICE COLD WATERMELONS *FRESH POTATO SALAD *FRESH LAKE TROUT *FRESH HERRING *BLOCK ICE CUBES ANTONIO'S pu r X PIZZA! We Reierr* th* Right to Limit QuentitiM Minute Maid Frozen GRAPE JUICE 00 6-... cam 1 | Stekel/s Frozen TV DINNERS Beef, Chicken, Turkey 2 O»IN MON. THtU Fll. I a.m. until I p.m. Of IN SATUIDAt I a.m. until 6p.m. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY • a.m.'l p.m. RECEIVES DEGREE — Colin B. Kivi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilho Kivi, Erwin Township, re- eived his bachelor of science degree from Gustavus Adolphus Allege, St. Peter, Minn., when commencement exercises were held May 30. Colin majored in hemistry but has been accepted and will enter Northwestern Theological Seminary in the fall. Attending the commencement were Mr. and Mrs. Wilho Kivi and daughter, Kay, Ironwood: Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeRosie, Bessemer; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kivi, Gladstone, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kivi, Appleton, Wis. Republicans Win In Mississippi By JAMES SAGGUS JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Jubilant Republican leaders looked confidently to the future today after GOP victories in mayor's races at Columbus and Hattiesburg — the first major municipal triumphs in Mississippi party history. Former Democrats Paul E. Grady of Hattiesburg and R. D. Harmond of Columbus were the causes of the big Republican cheei s Grady unseated Democratic Mayor Claude Pittman Jr., 2,438 votes to 1,836, while Harmond whipped' Democratic Mayor William Propst 1, 1,191 in Tuesday's municipal elections. The GOP also won two alderman posts at Drew, two at D'Lo and one at Magee, and one council seat at Columbus. A Republican also captured a nonpartisan aldermanic race at Hollandale. Republican State Chairman Wlrt Yerger Jr. called the triumphs "a history-making breakthrough — particularly significant because they were at the grassroots level, the greatest source of any party'! strength.". Only four years ago, he said, there was not a single Republican municipal candidate in Mississippi and "I am awed by the progress we have made. The victories will have a tremendous impact on the progress of our state. They have paved the v/ay lor many future victories.' The Republican surge In tints Deep South state first came with widespread dissatisfaction over trends in the natlona Democratic party, particularly under President John F. Kenne dy. L. L. McAllister, a personally popular young Meridian businessman, won a special election for state representative in February 1963, to give the GOP morale a boost and its first legislative post. Last fall, Barry Goldwater won the state for the Republicans for the first time since Ger. U.S. Grant and Reconstruction. The Goldwater surge, which got him almost 90 per cent of the vote, also carried Republican Prentiss Walker to victory over veteran Democratic Congressman Arthur Winstead. The GOP fielded 46 candidates Tuesday in 18 municipalities, including seven for mayor and the rest for councilman-alderman- commissioner posts. White Pine Official To Attend Program President R. C. Cole of White Pine Copper Company has announced that traffic manager Robert W. Richardson has been selected to attend the Trans- j portation Management P r o I gram to be held June 20-July 17 at S t a n f o r d University in Palo, Alto, California. The program is designed for a select group of executives involved in transportation, traffic management, 1 o g istics, warehousing and supply, and the course of study includes a balanced program of lectures, classroom discussion, analysis of case problems and field trips to important installations. The objectives are to develop management perspective and to increase skills in .dealing with transportation p r o b lems and techniques. Richardson,, a resident of On- tonagbn, has been traffic manger 6t White Pine since 1958. Fisherman, 62, Drowns THREE RIVERS (AP) — Al- 1 Ijert McCowley; 62, of Three Riv; ers, drowned Wednesday j while fishing in St. Joseph Coun' ty'ft Corey Lake. Cut From Tender Young Corn-Fed Porkers. 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