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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE IT, 1965. Market Snaps Back From Four Steep Losses Obituaries Christ Evanoff Work Is Underway on Saxon Harbor Improvement Project The Saxon Harbor improve- ONTONAGON — Christ Evan-1 ment project is under way. off, 73, died Thursday morning The project calls for exten- a-t Baraga County Memorial sive improvements and enlarge- Hospital, L'Anse. He had been' ment of the harbor in order to wharf or dock and a west harbor arm which will be about 400 feet long and 80 feet wide with sloping sides. Oronto Creek is being diverted NEW YORK f APi—The stock a patient at a L'Anse nursi n g make it usable as a small craft | east into Parker Creek. A levee market snapped back today, home six months. ' ' ' ' ' -...--— ----- — — from four steep daily losses, i He operated his own business Trading was fairly active early for 17 years. arp his wifp on" s'lPm' b 1 e m. refuge harbor and improve its use as a recreational facility. The entire project for the con- this afternoon. The Dow Jones industrial av- 1 daughter. Mrs erage at noon was up 4.36 at j two sons John and Ted and 12 88085 ! grandchildren, all of Ontonagon. The' market showed signs of : The remains are at the Dris-1 firmness from the opening and | coll Funeral Home, which will the upward trend was estab- i open for visitation Saturd ay lished within the first half-hour i night at 7. Funeral services will The list reached a peak in late j be held Monday morning at 10 morning then traders skimmed | ft th^ funera^ home some of the profits. is to be constructed along the east and south sides of the harbor to prevent creek and flood waters from entering the har- struction and improvement of | Dor and providing a roadway the harbor is being carried out along tne top of the levee. About Rev. James McKeever officiating. Burial will be at Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield. To analysts it looked like just another technical move, with some of the price gains attributed to preweekend short <=ov- $j g yard A. Thorson enng. This is a kind of profit i 3 taking by short sellers, those 1 WAKEFIELD - Sigvard A. who have sold borrowed stock with the intention of replacing it with stock brought at a lower price. The trend was generally higher among steels, motors, rails aerospace issues, electrical equipments, drugs and building materials. Chemicals and airlines were mixed. Thorson, 65, of Wico Location, Wakefield, died at his home at 11 a.m. Thursday. Thorson was born Aug. 7, 1899 in Sweden and came to the United States as a young man. He settled in Chicago and moved to Wakefield in 1945. He was employed in the construction business in Chicago and under the supervision of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project includes constructing two new breakwaters outside of present ones and removing of most of the old piers. The new breakwaters will b e about 7,350 feet long on the west side and about 600 feet on the east side. Dredging will be done in the entrance channel, the inner har- i work "is scheduled for cbmple 350 feet of County Trunk A will be raised starting at the lake and extending south. The dredged materials not needed for the levee and roads will be used to fill lowland areas adjacent to the harbor and improve the lake shore. The contract for the work was awarded to Zenith Dredge Company of Duluth for $411,210.10. The Associated Press average j worked at the Connor Lumber 1 and Land Co. while residing in of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.5 at 320.7 with industrials up 2.7. rails up .6 and utilities up .5. DuPont erased a 2-point gain. IBM plans a joint venture on an office copying machine with American Photocopy which was very active and up more than a point. IBM gained 5. Korvette sank nearly 3 points following news that its president had resigned. bor basin along the existing Questions and Answers About Millage Vote tion on Nov. 30, 1965. Iron County is required to furnish as its contribution: All lands, easements, rights- of-way and spoil disposal areas required for the project; hold and save the United States free | from damage due to construct- i ion and maintenance of the pro- iect; maintain a public wharf RAMSAY — The voting o n on tne east s i de including an the millage for the Bessem e r acces s road open to all on equal Township School will take place terms; provide a public body to June 14. Voters are asked to reg ulate the use of the harbor, V.nf4..nr1 ni rrKt I •" vv - - *-~ '" °" nuethe vote "YES" on the millage and and years ago due to a woods ac cident. casn contribution the local school. Questions and answers re-; tract. to keep up equivalent to 9 per cent of the first cost of the original con- School Election To Be on Monday The annual school election In the Ironwood School District will be held Monday, June 14, during which time voters will cast ballots for three members o f the Ironwood Board of Education and vote on a proposal for the consolidation of the O o gebic and Ontonagon C o u n ty Intermediate School Districts. Voting precincts are 3 1 e ight School, precinct one; Luther L. Wright High School, precinc t two; Norrie School, pre cinct three, and Newport School, precinct four. Candidates for the two four- year terms on the school board are Fred A. Dubbe, 115 W. Francis Street; George M. Kahara, 821 N. Hemlock Street, and John S. Pavlovich, 125 S. Mansfield Street. Candidates for the one unex- pired term of one year are Eugene Colasacco, 209 W. Ash- Street, and Clement R Kravetz, 118 W. Pine Street. Leo Collins, whose term expires at the close of this year June 30, is not seeking reelection. He h a s served on the board continuously since July 1, 1955, a period of 10 years. All voters who are registered for city elections can vote at the school election. He was married to Ethel L.< gardin tnis election were pre . Ahquist on Dec. 30, 1943 in pared by Supt R j Rigoni Sr . Chicago and she died on May! and answere d as follows: 24, 1961. In addition, local interest will have to construct such other piers, ramps, and facilities as inri.irtp nnp ri a ,,ah i what is the 15 mil1 limita ' are needed and maintain the har- a? homp t h?!; Uon law? The Micni g an c ° n ' bor basin with 25 feet of an ex:,_ at J 10 " 16 ' 'A 1 e , e stitution in Section 21 of Article lst ., nir doc k or wharf. sisters, Freida, Betty and Amelia, of Sweden and one brother, All Big Three' autos were BrTor ; a ! s ,° ° f Swe , d( : n higher, General Motors rising about a point, Ford a shade less and Chrysler a good fraction. Prices rose in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. Treasury bonds were unchanged. Stock Market NOON QUOTATION! NEW YORK (AP)—Following is a selected list of stock transactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. 48% D •% 46 12% U 'A Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & TeJ Armour Beth Steel Calum H Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Can Copper Rng D.ET Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fds Gen Fds Gen Motors Gerber Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Stl Irit Bus Mch Int Nick Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Brand Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Up. D—Down. 68% U 38V? U >/4 21'/8 U % 65«/a U 1/4 47% U 1/4 741/2 U 1/8 58% U % 511/4 D % 38 U 1/4 35% D i/s % 240 U 2Vi 77% U i/s 54V8 U % 79% U 79% U 981/2 U % 46V4 34V4 U 57% U 50 41V4 D 10, limits to IVi per cent (15 mills) the amount of taxes to | isting dock or wharf. It was pointed out by the Corps of Engineers in a 1957 Lakeside Memorial Chapel will be open for visitation after 3 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be held at the Im- rnanuel Lutheran Church at 21 p.m. Monday with the Rev. Wallace Leno officiating. Burial will be at Lakeside Cemetery. The remains will be taken to the church at 11 a.m. on Monday. Group to Meet Monday Night At Marenisco MARENISCO — A joint meeting of the Legion, firemen and : whertey, Ashland' Isaac Chamoer of Commerce will n™,*- 1 ™~*i** meet Monday night, June 14, at kinen > Route l > medica Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitt e d Thursday: John T. Geach, 108 Germania St., Hurley, Mrs. Ai- vid C. Erickson 622 E Bonnie St., Peter J. Keronsky, 701 Hedin Ave., surgery; Thomas I R Kos- Registrants of Gogebic Co. Are Classified BESSEMER — The OogebiC County Selective Service Board classified registrants at their May meeting as follows: 1-A, Allan Hantula. Alvln Trudeau. Donald Trevarthen, Robert Rigoni, Glen Chlebowski Louis Kurta, Thomas Carajew ski. 1-C, enlisted, James Peterson, Thomas Grenfell 1-D, Robert Tregembo Dennis Kellett. 1-SH (high school student deferred until ll-18-'65), Kenneth Swanson, Larry Ruschmeyer, David Duma, William Quigley Jr., Otto Korpela David Hill, Thomas Tezak, Donald Johnson, Donald Ruppe, Donald Hoist, James Giackino William Ryan, David Hulstrom. James Rastello. Jack English Jr., Thomas Stemphihar, Gary Sarri. 1-Y. Richard Korhonen George Isvorski, Francis Minier, Gene Ament until 7-l-'65. 2-A, Jay Fleischbein until 512-'66. srs '^r^r^'^^.™™™.™..*™^. „•».«••"* *"•"* -»• bration. The committees are as follows: , , 7:30 in the Legion club rooms Discharged Thursday Mrs. to continue plans for the Fourth <?ohn Conhartoski, Bessemer; of July celebration, which win Mrs. Benjamin Chartier, Mrs be held on July 5. The first Urbano Baldovin. Hurley; Mrs meeting of the group, with B. i William Bongiovanni, Mrs. Eliz- J. Conterio presiding as chair- ! abeth Siekman. Ironwood. man, was held Friday, June 4. DIVINE INFANT> Wake field A motion was made by Tauno Admitted Thursday: C h a r 1 es Aapola to hold the celebration Perttu Bruce Crossing Arvid on July 5, starting with a pa- ; Peterson, Wakefield, medical; rade at 10:30 a.m. I Dean Maki, Ewen.^Mrs Rich- There will also be numerous i ard Reid, Bessemer, surgery. races, contests and games < Discharged Thursday: Mrs. Jo- throughout the day, ending with seph Hagman, Hurley; Mrs. a huge fireworks display at 9:30 Gerald Smith, Ewen; Mrs. Ed- p.m. and a dance at the Legion ward Lane, Mrs Dominic Vale- following the fireworks. sano, Wakefield. Officers for the program are; B. J. Conterio, general chair-1 man; Harold Reese, co-ehair- man; Ralph Knaack, treasur-i er; Floyd Jeske, secretary; Al; Continued from Pare One Kulick. financial secretary; and Johnson had invited the two Glen Deichelbar, drill captain, spacemen and their families to Committees have also been ap- nis Texas rancn for tne week . offered instead to make his first Astronauts 7-12-'65. visit to the space center, the 3 ' A ' Joseph Bourbeau, Gary ; Grawey, Percy Smith, Robert "astronauts' home." Parade — Robert Grivic-ich An official of the National Durkee, X^alaUC — IVUUeLt \JrIl Vll'll'Il, ... A A nartrrro Tiiltr lairman Ca*-l Snencer and Don- Aeronautics and Space Admlnis- 4 ' A - George July, lairman. ca.is>pencer ana uon-. *• Tamoio. Ronald P _ min ,tratron"la"id:""The"gracious"of- Tampio, Ronald Perry, James Races-Jack McKenzie, chair- to of the President over- ik John KovistoKei Ui chairman aid Stand. Races—Jau& Aiuiveiuue, uuair-1 --- -- --•- -•— i if ano-an Tampc man, Tony Grudnoski and Glen j whelmed the astronauts and gJJJ 8 }^ J JJJ« Deichelbar tneir wives. They readily ac-i°. ar y Klv > JO !S P „ .. „ .. « ,, ^ • -, , u • cented so thp honors could he I bin Jacobson, Oiva Maki. Math- Ball games—Orm Jeske, chair ce P iea so me nonors couia DC, ... T —,___.,_',. „ „,.,__.,:. shared with the people w h o be assessed against property. rep ort that a refuge harbor at Provision is made however, to | saxon Harbor would add mat- increase this limitation to 5 ^per erially to the safety and con „-=-..,,... Mrs { Cecilia Gudak ONTONAGON — Mrs. Cecilia Gudak, 49, of Canonsburg, Pa., died unexpectedly Thursd ay night while being taken to Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gudak was taken ill while she and her husband were visiting the Steve Gudak family at Greenland. She was born Nov. 14, 1915 at Pittsburg, Pa. Tomorrow the remains will be taken from the Driscoll Funeral Home here to the John S.Yoney Funeral Home at Canonsburg, cent (50 mills) by a majority vote of electors. 2. Have the electors in t h e Bessemer Township School District voted to increase this limitation before? Yes, for the past 32 years the voters have a p proved raising the limitation 3. What is the purpose of the June 14 millage election? T o venience Qt sma jj craft operating in the area and it would encourage other boat owners to use this area. Saxon Harbor is located about halfway in a nearly 45-mile stretch between Black River Harbor, Michigan and the Apostle Islands. "As I have stated before," commented H.W. Kinney, Iron Funerals VB % V's Vs 423/4 U % 45634 U 3% 86Mi D V4 51 Vs U % 54% U 815/8 D 343/4 U 42 D 34>/4 D 46y a U % 68 D V* 38>/ 2 U Vz 53 41V4 U 67'/4 75 U 42% 77»/4 U i/s 41% U % 125V2 U 1 49 U Va 41% U 1 CHARLES J. GOTTARDO Funeral services for Charles J: Gottardo, 81, of 425 Kennedy Street, who died Tuesday, will be held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Saturday at 9 a.m. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery. The McKevitt-Kershner Funeral Home will be open for visitation after 3 this afternoon. The rosary will be recited there at 8 this evening. OLSON INFANT Funeral services for James Phillip, six month old son of A-lc and Mrs. Phillip C, Olson, ask the voters to retain this county resource agent, this pro- right to levy up to 35 mills additional for the next five years beginning July 1, 1966. 4. Who is eligible to vote? All registered voters in the B e s- semer Township School D i s - trict. 5. Who pays the bills to educate the Bessemer Townshi p School children? For the c u r rent year, 62 per cent of the revenue receipts came f r om local property taxes, 35 per cent from state sources, and 3 perj cent from other sources. Library Will Show 2 Films Two films will be shown at the Ironwood Carnegie Library Saturday morning at 10:30. These films will conclude the movie program for the summer. Children are encouraged to join the vacation reading program. "Space Science: The Planets," a color film is about constant research in the field of science exploration that has resulted in the development of new tech- j " ~pree ice cream Louis Con-! children at Ellington Air Force niques for gaining knowledge of terio, chairman; Armand Pow-' man; Charles Antolne and Thomas Gagnon. Former resident traveling the longest distance—Spencer. Heaviest man and woman — Theodore Christensen. Power saw contest — Murle Hudec, chairman; Dominic Richetta and Clarence Ryskey. Pie eating contest—Ed Ziel- iska, chairman; Clarence Allen Jr. and Glen Duchan. made the flight possible." * * * A White House spokesman said McDevitt and White welcomed the change so they could spend more time with their families. The astronauts returned to! Houston Thursday, and White! said their homecoming was an event second only to the suc- Jurakovich, George Shiroda, George Karling. John Kolodziejczyk. 5-A, James Harvey, William Huotari, Philip Yatchak, Leo Rundell, Larry Mayer. Paul Morris, Joseph LaMarche, Albert Peterson, Jon Bergquist, John Stefanik. Deceased,' Larry Luckhardt. Standby Reserves categorized as follows: 1-R (available), David R. John- Balloon contest-"PMllip cessful spleshdown Monday. ^on/Dennts R'. Johnson,' Uuno Graves, chairman, and Floyd! The heroes were met with hugs Jeske. j and kisses from their wives and the planets o{ our solar systems. This film illustrates the scientific methods used in obtaining information and visualizes in detail the known features of each our recreation industry since owners of both large and small pleasure boats will be able to use the facility. As the lake trout continue to increase, the fishing industry should improve and grow and use the harbor for both commercial and recreational fishing." Battle Continued from Page One 6. Was the tax levy in 1964-65' Forces camp, where 20 or 21 greater or less than the pre-; American advisers were sta- yious year? In 1964-65 the tax itioned tralmng tne Vietnamese, levy was $34,000 less than the' previous year. The tax levy has, decreased in the past six years i ed the crews of .two helicopters The American toll also includ- from a high of $199,000 to the current levy of $125,000. 7. Is the portion of revenue receipts from the state in 196465 greater or less than in 1963- j lost during the fighting Thursday. It was believed at least four Americans were aboard each. Thousands of refugee tribes- 64? For the present school year men poured into Dong Xoai from ihe jungle today, presuma- it is estimated that revenue from property taxes will be 8 per cent less than last year and 7 per cenf greater from the state source. This helps to bly to escape the air attacks on the Viet Cong But government officers feared the Viet Cong might try to use them as a hu- graphy and animation. The second film Is entitled "Away From It All" in color. This film introduces one to the newest addition and most easterly link of the chain—Terra Nova Park, Newfoundland, facing beautiful Bonnavista Bay and commanding s w e e p i ng views of the Atlantic Ocean. You see the purpose, planning and dimensions of the parks system- There are scenic acres of wilderness disturbed only enough to provide easy access roads linked with the Trans-Canada Highway, and picnic, camping and cabin rites. ell and Kenneth Hoglund. Public address system—James Jeske, chairman; David Grud- naski and Rudy Ryskey Jr. Rolling pin contest — Aapola, Base, then had a brief lunch and M. Poyhonen, James F. Shea, Robert E. Stenstrom, Robert A. Stevenson. 2-R (not available), James A. their four-day journey into space. Details of Johnson's visit, and chairman; Charles Wilutis and i whether]he will present the spe Phillip Graves. cial medals or awards to the Penny scramble at ballgame j "Pace twins *™ not known. The —George Grivicich. President told the two last Mon- Advertising — B.J. Conterio i day ne nad a " little something" and Wilutis. Programs — Thomas Wall n and Kulick. Band—Stand Decorating committe — Rudy Ryskey, chairman; Warren Balcom, Harvey Gagnon, Peter Marteoson and George Gerovac. Fireworks —Truman Wisher, chairman; Walin, Richard Jeske, Richetta, Stand, George Grivicich, Duchan, Allen Jr. Aapola, John Childers Sr., Powell and Hoglund. Booster tickets—Stand, chair- school band. emphasize the point that as the j man shield between the Communists and the government troops. tax base decreases the revenue from state aid increases. 8. What must a school d i s - trict do to qualify for s t a t e | Viet Cong infiltrators might be aid? Under the State Aid Bill, i among the tribesmen, a local district must levy a t j While the infantry and the least 8 mills, 9 mills in 1965-' paratroopers battled at Dong i 2 Per sons Pay Fines, Costs Two persons paid fines and costs in Ironwood , Municipal Court Thursday, when arraigned before Judge Charles C. Keeton Jr. on traffic violation charges. One of them also was sentenced to serve five days in the Gogebic County Jail, officers reported. . Edward P. Nierni, 26, 834 E. «as announced that word has Ayer Street, paid $25 fine and' *" for them. Afte'wards, Johnson is expected to tour the center, including Mission Control from where the Gemini 4 space flight was controlled and monitored. Officials revealed Thursday that a third sighting of a mysterious object In space was made during a pass over China. Mc- Diyitt had reported seeing an object over Hawaii and another over eastern Asia. A recheck of the 1,400 frames of film taken by McDivitt ward G. Linn. Cancelled, Arvi A. Ahonen, . j John R. Carlson, Bernard W. Draxler, David C. Koski Roger L. 'Londo, Jack K. Mclntyre, Peter R. Fertile, David H. Romo, Duane Koski, John O. Sheridan, Wayne L. Sjoblom, Robert E. Wickman. man; and members of the high i turned up five of a glob of light __*••. ° [ 1tfl + V^ n «*V»i+-rt 4-nil n«*4 A 4«1 AU «>.. with a white tail and a triangu- Prizes will be awarded for the l lar glow ab °ve it. best decorated business place I The seconcl object has not floats and cars, and decorated I been identified. Photographs 'Sad Sack' Party to Be Held Saturday The Ironwood Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold a "sad sack" party Saturday night at- the VFW clubrpoms. Prizes will be given for the worst fitting and the best fitting uniforms. All members are asked to come in their uniforms, regardless of how they look or what part of their uniform they still have. Live music and refreshments will be provided and guests of members are welcome to join in the fun. bicycles and the best dressed clown in the children's parade. Hurley to Get More Paint Hurley Mayor Paul Sant i n i taken of it were not recognizable, a NASA official said. Mention of the third object came during the afternoon debriefing of the two Air Force majors. * * * Today is my birthday," Me- THE WEATHER TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Friday, June II, IHtili. For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 62110 p.m. ..6016 a.m. 50 4 p.m. 65!Midnight S3 1 8 a.m. . 5.1 6 p.m. 64! 2 a.m 53110 a.m. .65 Divitt told the crowd welcoming 8 p- m - -w\ + a-m- 51112 noon ..n - • • — ° Barometer: 6 a.m. 29.99; 12 noon 30.04. him home Thursday. "I've had Montreal, who died Tuesday 66, for operating expenses injXoai, about 1,500 Vietnamese were held at 9 this morning at St. Michael's Catholic Church, the Rev. Francis X. Ronkowski officiating. Interment was at St Mary's Cemetery at Hurley. Out of town persons attending the services included A-lc Philip C. Olson of Madrid. Spain; Mrs Daniel Peters and daughter, Susan of Cudahy! Wis.; Mrs. Adina Olson of Shepherd, Tex ; Miss Colleen Olson of Minneapolis: Joseph Belay of Aurora, Minn.; Peter Shontell of Zephyr Hills. Fla.; Mrs. Eino Mattson of Iron CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)Hogs 5,500; butchers strong to 25, instances 50 higher; 1-2 190220 Ib 24.50-25.00; mixed 1-3 190230 Ibs 24.00-24.75; 230-250 Ibs 23.50-24.00; 2-3 250-270 Ibs 23.0023.50; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 20.2520.75; load 325 Ibs 21.00; 400-450 Ibs 19.75-20.25; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 19.00 - 19.75; 500-650 Ibs 18.2519.00; boars 15.50-16.50. Cattle 5,000 calves none; slaughter steers weak to 50 lower; six loads prime 1,200-1,350 Ib 29.25-29.50; high choice and prime 1,150-1,350 Ibs 28.00-29.00; Choice 1,000-1,350 IDS.26.25-28.00; mixed good and choice 950-1,350 Ibs 25.25-26.00; choice 800-1,000 Ib slaughter heifers 24.50-26.75; mixed good and choice 750-950 IDS 23.75-24.50. CHICAGO iO PBO1 DCCE 'CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter . ^steady; wholesale buying prices .unchanged; 03 score AA 58V£; >2 A 5814; 90 B 56%; 89 C 56V4! cars «Q B 57i/i; 89 C 57V4. .'..Eggs' fully steady; wholesale ~ ' prices unchanged to Mi . 70 per cent or better A Whites 29; mixed 29; jjis 24; standards 26; dirt; checks 21Va. order to qualify for state aid. | marines took up positions 9. Could the Bessemer Town- around Saigon, apparently on ship School District qualify for guard against anti-government state aid without voting to con- ' riots while military leaders dis- tinue the increased millage? j cussed the political controversy Not under the present alloca- between Premier Phan Huy tion. The Gogebic County Tax Quat and Phan Khac Suu, chief Allocation Board allocates 10 to | of state. the county, 4 to the school, and 1 to the township, of the legal 15 mills. 10. What is the minimum A number of the armed forces' leaders began meeting in Saigon Thursday to discuss the political trouble. Quat had needed to operate the Besse-; appealed to them to mediate the mer Township School District? dispute, which he said was Based on last year's state threatening his government. Belt; Mrs. Ada Capello and Mr j equalized valuation of $4,771,000 Groi'.nd was broken in Saigon and Mrs. Frank Drazkowski of and tne p ,- e scnt program of in- today for a new U.S. Embassy. struction 26.1 mills are neces- The old buiHing was damaged last March when a terrorist! Bessemer. MRS. ANGELA CIMA Funeral services for $4.20 costs and was sentenced to five days in jail on a charge of driving while his driver's license was revoked. The incident occurred Wednesday o n Aurora Street. John Jendrzjewski, 22, 702 Sunset Road, paid a $25 fine and $4.20 costs on a charge of having improper registratio n and allowing a person to operate a vehicle while his driver's license was revoked. The a r rest occurred Wednesday o n E. Aurora Street. Both persons were ticketed by the Ironwood city police, it was reported. Briefly Told sary. last March when a terrorist! The Jessieville Sports Club 1 11. If the Bessemer Township bomb killed two Americans and! will meet for an important meet- Mrs, school District needs 26.1 mills 10 Vietnamese and injured; ing at 7 p.m. Monday, June 14, Angela Cima, 74, of Montreal, ' to operate and only 4 mills are many persons including Deputy j at the old Jessieville pool room. will be held at 10 a.m. Satur- j allocated, from where does the Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson, i day at the Sacred Heart Cath- i remaining 221 mills come? The embassy staff is using the ! The Blue Knights Junior Drum olic Church in Montreal with|state l<nv permits the people to old building until its new quar-land Bugle Corps will sell min- the Rev. Paul Ischler officiat- . vote additional millage for ters are ready about a mile ! iature flags in downtown Ironing. Burial will be at the St. limiter: periods to make up this away. Mary Cemetery in Hurley. ] wood Monday, June 14, from 9 difference. The voters in 1956 U.S. Assistant Secretary of; a.m. to 5 p.m. Rosary will be recited at 8j gav e permission to the B e s - : Defence John T. McNaughton; p.m. this evening and friends | semer Township School D i s - told newsmen in Washington ' There will be a meeting of ~ may call at the Engstrom Funeral Home at Hurley today. St. Mary Church Men To Receive Communion OI vilC trict Board of Education t o that it is estimated about 47,000 ; the Iron County Board of Super- levy \'p to 35 mills for a 10 full-time Communist regulars! visors beginning at 9 a.m. Tues- year period which will expire ; are now fighting in organized day in the Courthouse at Huron June 30, 1966. The June 14 combat units in South Viet ley. election is for the purpose o f Nam. continuing this same been received from R o b ert f n ^ n °i^ ndays ' 1>m "^ , g °', ng : THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE Clark, of the Wisconsin Paint, 1°J^ Z™ hOW ,, I ? any .f- V, Ut X Ve i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS •tr _i_». _. — _ ' Y^AtfAf nan sirtA IIITA rnriotr " i * _ _ Varnish and Lacquer Association, that a truckload of paint will leave Milwaukee June 18 and will arrive in Hurley about June 21. Santini stated that this shipment will bring the total gallons to about 2,600 which have been received by the city. The paint will be distributed to all property and b u s i ness owners at a time and place that will be decided on by the Hurley Board of Public Works. Santini estimated that the d i s- tribution will take place sometime during the week of June 21 and he also asks' the people of Hurley not to create confusion by calling the Hurley city offices. never had one like today. Actually McDivitt's 36th birthday celebration began Wednesday night with a cake-cutting ceremony aboard the aircraft carrier USS Wasp, the ship that Albany, clear High Low Pr. 85 M Albuquerque, cloudy 70 44 .02 from the Atlantic. Atlanta, rain . 83 M Bismarck, cloudy ... 76 45 Boise, clear 89 60 Buffalo, cloudy — 78 M M miles Spacecraft Center, he was greeted by a delegation of neighborhood children who shyly presented him a crudely lettered "happy birthday" sign. McDivitt ate birthday cake at lunch with his wife, Pat; and .02 At the McDivitt home, a few Chicago, doudy ":: 0 dies south of the M-an ne di cinciiinati, doudy .. 89 62 Cleveland, clear .. 79 56 Denver, cloudy .. 68 51 Des Moines, cloudy . 77 64 Detroit, cloudy 80 52 Fairbanks, cloudy . 64 49 .. Fort Worth, clear ... 90 69 .. x-ii,, »,.- w i « • . , Helena, clear 86 48 I. e^l^aSWta t^rlJaS H ° n ° 1UiU ' Cl ° Udy 84 76 i 2 t'aincK, 4, in tne privacy Indianapolis, cloudy 82 66 l«Lo 1S K n ? m , e - The an eel food Jacksonville, cloudy 87 72 .45 ; cake baked by a sister-in-law, T, inP aii ripar «4 40 I Mrs. John Sanders of Berla! j Kansas' clfy dear II II , Ohio, bore the lettering, "Happy i Los Ange ies, cloudy 75 59 • Birthday, by Gemini." : Louisville, cloudy 87 66 i ri W^i! 1 !? w » e ; Pat: and cni1 ' i Memphis, cloudy . 91 ,dren. Eddie 11, and Bonnie' Mlam l. cloudy .01 Dominican Continued from Pace One presidency of the rebel regime/Lynn, 9."paddled" about happii^, MiTwaukee^ctoudv'' 69 50 S3? «££ rt _£»« to Doming ° in a neighbor', swimming 5oL S2S5' Sdv n 5°8 72 82 79 will remain closed to any ship White Showed no signs of strain! carrying cargo which might from his 20-minute space June 3 walk in I York couds - Citv cloudy 76 58 86 72 88 M 92 70 06 help the junta's economy. Imports of wheat, a basic ne- The space twins started their : omaha cloudy 75 62 cessity. have stopped. Normally day at Mayport, Fla., saying ?SladelPWa cloudy ^89 M wheat is stored in huge silos farewells to the crew of the ! phoenS cloudv "2 M " overlooking the harbor, then Wasp. Phoenix, cloudy ground into flour at a nearby They also received the first of! PH^M?' mill. Plans are being considered many expected awards, a copy' 92 69 81 M 85 M AN dill v j olwll iUI tJ juAn. J.-T ^wiiik/ai. uunii in wuum vitu — j- .....*. i ,m, a aic ucjug uujisiaeieu many fxpecieu awaras, a copy i ptlnd Ore cloudv 84 "57 »se o f Nam. to grind the flour in Puerto Rico of the Florida state seal from: Ranid Citv" rain 63 55 tt permis- Five months ago U.S. officials Ironwood firemen were called and snip it here in sacks, a i Gov. Hayden Burns, as they I Smond oloudv Q2 M « estimated this hard core at be-'out at 5:35 Thursday afternoon much more expensive orocess. l sterraed on firm irronnrt for th£ I «,. ? ".«_'_T_^" y ™ ^ '" expensive process, i stepped on firm ground for the | st. Louis, cloudy '.'.'. 90 68 *V4 *.*****»* *• M W* V**V- **W*J *.1 k****<v | — i! '- . • 'i _i- • --f — «*w* t x. ffM ^*V*^*JO. U V^> £S|^V« VI \Jtl & Li ill KlUUllU l\Jl LIlC I Society and other men of the I 12. Has the board of educa- tween 39,000 and 35,000. In late to extinguish a fire at a barn! The U.S government has off- first time since the blastoff at' St. Mary Catholic Church ofition ever levied as much as 35 April, Secretary of Defense a t 203 W. Larch Street, owned | set some of the money shortage Cape Kennedy Junes. Hurley will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 8 a.m. Mass Sunday. The men are asked to meet in the church hall at 7:45. There will be no breakfast after the Mass during the summer season. Licenses to Wed Application for a marriage license has been made at the of- This is still 39 mills below the 000. Lk. City, cloudy 77 57 , San Diego, cloudy 70 60 _, ,, * * 'San Fran., clear 61 54 Flagr flapped in a breeze and; Seattle, rain 78 54 .10 mills under this permission? No Robert S. McNamara raised the bv Joseph Stanczak. Approxi-;by distributing $9.2 million since the highest levy was for 26.1. figures to between 38,000 and 46.-1 mately $250 damage was report- the rebellion began on April 24 .— 3 ..„„„..„ ... „ Ul ^^ ailu « d and the Cau4sc • ls " Ottta1own -i Tlie Organization of American the Navy band played "Happy Tamoa cloudv 85 70154 vo «n. was injured, f.remen States, got $6 million of this to Birthday to ^/ After S: SngSn ctoudy ?2 u* M pay the salaries of thousands of brief ceremony tne two smiling government employes for April., space heroes boarded a four- maximum voted. McNaughton said most of the, l3.Has any other school dis- 47,000 are infiltrators from; reported. trict in Gogebic County voted ..North Viet Nam. He described extra millage? Yes, all the, them as "the brains, the back- eight rchool district have. | bone and the cement of the 14. Tf this proposal is d e -! whole movement." feated, could it be sumbitted to The United States has boosted the voters again? Yes. Lits forces in Viet Nam from Services to Be Held at Mass Town Hall Monday MASS — Apostolic Luther a n Church services will be held; elude the right to check private Some rebels also were paid. i engine jet for the 2-hour and 15- The rebel regime says the minute flight to Ellington AFB. banks ran open downtown under certain conditions. These in- 15. if it is defeated will jt be about 23.000 at the end of 1954 to Mondav, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. accounts if the rebels believe As t»e plane rolled to a stop, the astronauts emerged and were engulfed with arms, legs (M—Missing) RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:53. Sunrise tomorrow 5:07. Moonset tomorrow 4:11 a.m. Full Moon June 13. Mercury, the smallest planet, is and kisses McDivitt circled his behind the Sun today and its fice of the Gogebic County clerk| resutanitted 0 Yes, but with ad- 54,000 now. There are indica- at the Mass Town Hall. The the money in these accounts ' arms around his three tykes and distance from us is about 122 by Matt H. Erikalnen and Fanny ;ditional expense to the tax- lions Uie number will rise in the i Rev. Usko Petaisto of Ishpem- was obtained illegally Elizabeth Seeke, Bessemer. | payers. , months ahead. {ing will officiate. e funds. from • lifted them to his chest several ; million miles.. Next month Mer- 1 times. jcury will be. an eveninj; star.

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