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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965. Market Fails To Hold Small Early Gains Obituaries WolnO M. SuOKKO waino of County Board to Have Meeting on Wednesday BESSEMER— The Goge b i ?j County Board of Supervis o r s | will meet in general session on 1 at 9:3 ° °- m >« «" - Traffic Arrests By Police Told Briefly Told The Hiawatha Racing: Association will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 this evening at the Sport Bowl here. WAKEFIELD — City poll c e Luther L. Wright High School Oma Community Club Has Meet OMA — Routine business Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Sat urday: Mrs. Siiri Huttu. East McLeod Avenue, medical; admitted Sunday: Dorise A. Wonderling, Mercer Susanne C. Mattson, Route 1, Hurley, LeRoy F Jacisin, 203 Balsam St., sur Susan D'Antonio, Hurley for the last seven weeks meet todav at 4 recently reported the follow! n g class of 1945 reunion committee i the Oma Community Club meet 'pm. at the Grand View Hospi- arrests and charges: , will meet Tuesday night at 7 at lng i ast week included requests; a c _ c | d _ent; Mrs Sam Koivu NEW YORK (AP)—The stock He was born Oct. 6, 1890, at market failed to hold a small, Lehtimaki, Finland, and came early gain and drifted unevenly i to the United State.? and to Iron.. . ,. rr, n „ „.„„ wood in 1909. He had resided this afternoon. Trading was: here since Mr . Suotko nad been moderate. i employed in the area mines un The list gained a little in ear- j til his retirement several years ly trading as it followed through \ ago. He was married In 1914 '.o from Friday's sharp recovery ; the former Lillian Maki. She drive. The business background J died Aug. 31, 1954 was regarded as favorable but; surviving him are two sons. . tal. Rb J the home of Mrs June Lindberg | f0 r installation of a yard light, Route 1, Mrs. Mary Corda, 253 ueorge t. juij, ana KOD 10B w „„„„„,„ Qf , 2 Men Arraigned In Court Today ert Brown. 17, Wakefield, were arrested and charged with malicious destruction of prop e r t y, which included a fence belonging to Mrs George Cavendar, tampering with an auto, and damage to a traffic sign. The youths appeared befo r e Judge 128 w - st , fn)nt Q{ ^ , Cleveland St., medical .area of the town hall and the Discharged Saturday: Louis J The Montreal volunteer fire purchase of a lawn mower by i Dirnperio, Bessemer; John L. tnntfrVtf of loni s m ai *"' have a meeti »g; the town board Ahonen, Mrs Earl S. Proct o r, considerable hesitation was linked to the increasing involve- and Duane both of Ken- Do r f LS Two area men were arraigned was fined $20 and S4.30 court in the Iron County Court at costs, plus 30 days probat i o n It was reported by Mrs Ver- Mrs - Frances Caudera, Hurley; ner Thompson that the Iron 1 ^" J- Kernosky, Alice Kuk- The class of 1945 of thc J.E i county Garden Club placed two ler >ski, William L DeRo s c h . Murphy High School, Hurley j tubs of flowers at the entrance Miss Mayme Urquhart Mrs at 8 at Ave's of tne town naU and one a t the! 5 „", , J> Ri ^ ard . Mr j> 0Al 7 id " "-'-'-.son, Daniel and Sandra Ironwood; discharg e d {Sunday: Mrs. Richard Hockin, Victim of Polio Walks to Get Her College Diploma CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Nancy Malinosky, 21, a polio victim confined to a wheelchair for 15 years, started practicing walking last January behind locked doors. Only a few close friends who helped her knew City Hotel. to each evenng by 10 p m the Brown was f3 ?15. S4.3C iJourt The Jessiville Sports Club will Co-Op Store. A donation of $2, was also made to the gard e n j „ ao r • . ment of U.S. forces in South Werner of Flint and Mrs E.R.! Viet Nam Regan of LaGrange Park m.: j delinquency of a minor by giv-' costs, and 30 days probation Auto stocks backed away :eiRnt grandchildren and two, a beer and „ , witn tne same stipulation of a mixed, despite good reports; Funeral services will be from the industry. A slightly Wednesday at 1 p.m .at the Ket- higher tone prevailed on bal- O j a p une ral Home, the Rev. T. Thc Class of 1955 of the A.D B.™ 1 W, «,.„. . _ , __ ... Cemetery The big international oils were: Tne f une ral home will be open mostly unchanged. Drugs and' for visitation beginning aerospace issues headed lower | Tuesday afternoon irregularly. Chemicals, elec-[ tronics and nonferrous metals i were mixed. . I The Associated Press average of 60 stocks,at noon was up .4 at 331.7 with industrials up .2, rails up ..7 and utilities up .1 The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was down "1.70 at 880.00. -v •'• American' P h b t o c o p y was heavily (rided as • interest continued in . proposed joint venture with IBM on a business copying machine. "Apeco'' was the most active stock Friday. IBM was ahead more than 5 points at the start but trimmed its gain to 3 or so. Prices were generally higher j on the, "American Stock the men af- 13-year-old Hurley girl-s in an accid e n t of one of the men Albert Ruby of Ironwood and and w°re turned over to probate . ames Oberst of Hurley went be- court. at * ; fore Judge Wicklund and plead- Other charges included Guildo ed guilty to all counts this Tiziam. Ironwood, charged with morning. Judge Wicklund or- speeding 10 miles an hour over dered the case continued until the legal speed limit. He posted next Monday when the outcome ; $5 bond of the injured girl's condition Ruth Raymond, Wakefield, is revealed and the whereabouts charged with having no val i d CHARLES- J. GOTTARDO O f the other girl is known Ruby registration plates on vehic 1 e . Funeral services for Charl e s was also charged with allowing She appeared before Judge Fred Pelto- maki were authorized to purchase all antiseptic supplies necessary for ktichen and bar sanitation. Mrs Ailgot DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield Admitted Sunday: Mrs Dominic Corullo, Bessemer, James Members also voted to enter a i Gustafson, Ramsay, Peter Gute- dam ;••",•"," I a meeting to make| float at tne oile Flowage Fa _ zet t,i, Gile, medical. final plans for the class reunion; tner , s Day paracle . Junttila noted i Discharged Saturday Conrad he Oma-Carey 4-H Club DeVowe, Bergland; Mrs. Dale are Funerals 'Demonstration' Set at Island MACKINAC ISLAND (AP) are also entering a float. Ivar Annala and Junttila presented the conservation depart- Lennon and son, Ramsay; John Childers, Marenisco; Dean Maki, Ewen; Mrs. Richard Reid, Bessemer; discharged Sund a y, J. Gottardo, 71, who died Tues-;an unauthorized person to oper- Williams, and paid $5 plus $4.30 Moral Re - armament, which ' day,.were held ati9 Saturday morning at the St Amb rose Catholic Church the Rt. Rev. toe "basis" oMtaiMsgr. Joseph Dunleavy offici- ate his vehicle. costs. The car went out of control at Irving Johnson, ment's blueprints of the Oma- Mrs. Ernest Salonen and daugh- Pine lake park, and according j ter, Bergland; Mrs. John Plo- ito the committee members, choky, Anvil;'Mrs Garvin Gil• work on the project is progress-i bertson and_son, Marenisco; Ann ! ing well. j A very interesting resume I on the. Colorama Harvest Festival's planned projects was given by Margaret Ballone, Wakefield. the corner of Iron St. and Fifth was charged with allowing an application of the Bible's Gold-' a " d Sund f v ' September 25-26, on! *<">"** Ave. in Hurley. According ;o : unlicensed person to drive, caus-|en Rule, opens what it terms a the agenda. ating. Interment was at River-J Hurley police who said the car, ing an accident. He appeared; "Demonstration for Modernizing A great rteal of enth usiasm by _* j _ f* _.__ ^i.^__. t.t *. ^ « cj..«. l...«a» n ..4- n v>«J n 4-»n^'l-mrA« n T.._I~. — »TT:II* i _••'. . .. _ . . > I. M P mp Wl nf* VC \\J d C p» VI ri Ant" side Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph Finco, He;iry Haavisto. Ric hard: one of the girls hit-a fire hydrant and a tree 1 before Judge Williams and paid : America" here today. before coming to a stop, injuring I $8 plus S4.30 costs. i the members was evident. New Store Is in Operation Here The "Demonstration" will' William Koski Wakefield, was I consist of four three - week 'Chairman of the Colorama Mrs. Leo Saari was appointed! Mr - ami Mrs. James Nelzing- Haavisto, Arnold Rigoni. Matt! The girl was taken to Grand' charged with unsafe backing, sessions continuing through Sept I Q ueen Contest along with Mrs. Siklich and Richard Longhini. , View Hospital for examination causing an accident. He ap-U and is pointed at attracting' Lawrenc>e Erickson, Mrs. Regi- Out of town persons attending and was released this morning J ----- '-••- y " a Tnnttiia ***•* s«i«io T *M\ the "American Stock Ex- i tne services included Ernesto j The accident happened abo u chanee 'Tradine was moderate ; Gottardo, Mrs. Angelo GoHardo 6:30 Sunday evening. Corporate bonds declined. U.S. j and Benny Gottarda, all of aast< According to Alex Rain e r i Corporate Treasury . bon'd s changed. , * were un- Stock Market NOON mJOTATIONI NEW YORK (AP)—Following Is a selected list of stock transactions on the New York Stock Exchange, at midday with net jhange from previous close. fUlied Ch \m Can !Vm Mot \m Tel krmour Seth Steel Calum H 3hes & Ohio Tel Cities . Service Consumers Pw 3ont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem lu Pont East Rod Ford Mot 3en Fds 3en Motors Serber Gillette 3oodrich 3oodyear Cnland Stl tnter Chem tnt BuMch tnt Nick , tot Tel & Tel Johns Man Rimb 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 N J Stauff Ch Uh Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U— Up. D— Down. 48% D 47V 4 U 12V4 U 68»/2 U 39V4 U 36V 4 U 21V4 -U ,66 U 48% U 74% U 59 U 50% D Detroit. MRS. ANGELA CIMA er, formerly from Sturgeon Lake, Minn., are operating the Hiawatha Trading Post on highway US-2 here, directly across peared before Judge Will! a m si "thousands of young Ameri-!?? Junttila Mrs. Sylvia Laht, ^ »*-' ™r^a ^"f «£££ and paid S3. nlus S4.30 costs, i nans" at a fee nf SMO a SM . I Mrs. Irene Pcltomaki, Mrs. Toi- fl ° m the Ironwood Tourist Park and paid S3. plus $4.30 costs, i cans" at a fee of $200 a ses Miles Finnegan, Wakefi eld,! sion. was charged with failure to set' J. Blankton Belk, in charge of ! vo Mattson and Mrs. Franc e s Johnson as co-chairmen. Iron County district attorney, brakes, causing an accident. He .Moral Re-Armament's program Immediately following the one of the girls was driving Ru-1 appeared before Judge Williams, t for the United States, said the! meetin " a social hour took P lace by's car and the other was sit-: and paid $7, $4.30 costs. ! "Demonstration" is "to modern- ! ancl lunch was served »V Mr. Funeral services for Mrs. An-i tin B in the rear seat, while the Francis T. Stork, Ontonagon, i ize America, to match the tech-i and Mr? - Murdock Junttila, Ger. , ,.„....,.._ . s 'trude Wainio and Margaret gela Cima, 74, of Montreal, were | tw o men involved were following | was charged with reckless driv- nological breakthrough in sci- held Saturday at 10 a.m at the the car in another car owned by, ing, causing an accident. He ap- ence with a breakthrough in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Montreal with the Rev. Paul Ischler officiating. Pallbearers for the ser vice were Joseph Bartolutti Josepn Zandi, Joseph Hornick, Batiste Chiapuzio, Leonard Chart and John Hornick. Out of town persons attending the service included Mr and Mrs. Elton Pilon and children Robert,. Anita, David and Elizabeth of Oshkosh; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Favro Gilbert, Minn STEPHEN ZIVIC SR. Funeral services for Stephen Zivic Sr., 76, former Ironwood resident who died Friday at Ann Arbor, will be held at 9 Wed nesday morning at the Holy Oberst. The damage to the Ruby car has not yet been determined. Both men were turned over to peared before Judge Willi a m s > character development of man" The new store is completely filled with authentic Indian handicraft, such as pottery, waste baskets and novelty drums made of birch bark and a large variety of hand-made moccassins of all sizes. Mr. and Mrs Netzinger also The" next meeting is scheduled I <*"* a wtide variety of jewelry Barnes. and paid $30. $4.30 costs. adding: for July 8. the Iron County Sheriff's depart- set brakes, causing an accident. Francis Patyk, Sault Ste. Ma- "The united action of young j rie, was charged with failure to! Americans can demonstrate to ment this morning after failing to post a $300 bail bond set by Judge Wicklund. He appeared before Judge Williams, paid $5, $4.30 costs. Roger L. Sain, Ramsay, was the millions of young Chinese and Russians a new way to go... This demonstration is out to end dictatorship and give liberty for Pig's Liver Helps To Save Woman BOSTON (AP) — A 34-year- old Boston woman whose life doctors said Was saved with the aid of a pig's liver was reported! charged with having no registra-' all men, to end moral pacifism tion plates on vehicle. He was and give birth to a fighting ordered to appear before • the : spirit, to end racial violence and j violations bureau on the charg- give birth to a nation t h a 11 es. Personalities In the News 35% 71 77'/s 543/4 U Vi Va 99% U V4 'U 5814 U 50% 43'/2 U Vz 34 460 U 5'/i 54% U % 17'/ 8 U 56% U 82% U 34</ 2 D 41% 34V 8 D 47% U 1 68% U 38% U 52% D 41% U 67Vi U . 35'/2 53>/8 D 42 Va U 125 49'/4 U 41% U the! slightly improved today at Bos-! BADEN - BADEN, Germany -•-••- ' (AP) — Peggy March, 17-year- old brunette from Lansdale, I was approaching the end of her! Pa., won top honors at the 5th 1 Trinity Catholic Church -.._,. 14! Rev. Ambrose Matejik official-1 ton cit y Hospital. %img. Interment will be at River-1 Doctors said "the woman who old side Cemetery. ,,.._., The McKevitt-Kersner Funer-|Me Friday is still alive ar-Home will be open after 4i sl >ghtly improved." Tuesday afternoon for visitation A P'S' 5 llver was used and assortments of boxed minerals, such as Lake Sup e r i o r agates and rose quartz minerals from the Black Hills of South Dakota. For those who make their own jewelry, they also car ry jewelry mountings and capped minerals. Mr. and Mrs. Netzinger also are planning on selling a wide LANSING fAP) - House Mi-i X ariet of home-made candy in Republican Raps State Democrats speaks with a united voice." . norit y Leader Robert Waldron, Belk reported two Olympic I R-Orosse Pointe. criticized Dem- Gold Medalists in rowing, John ' ocratic legislators today in what Sayre of Tacoma, Wash.. Richard (Rusty) Wailes Seattle, have spoken on and ihe called tne House Republican of ; evaluation of the current legis- , 143 ' lative Cession. campuses to enlist atten-j As the House and Senate be-' dance here by student leaders, i S an their final two weeks of The two will serve as co-direc- i deliberations, Waldron said the tors of the "demonstration." 'Democrat-controlled session has To enlarge attendance, Mora! ' toeen marked by "fiscal irre- the near future. Before coming to Ironwood Netzinger owned a trading post such as this in Mille Lacks Lake Minn., and was a travelling salesman in the same type 01 business for 18 years, all through the western United States. about it. "My parents have done so much for me. I wanted to do it for them," she said. Her parents weren't told, she said, because she didn't want to build up their hopes. Nancy's determination paid off in a big way Sunday She walked across the stage like the other 396 members of the Baldwin - Wallace College graduating class to get her diploma. "The stage is 33 feet wide — we measured it last February," said Nancy. "Last Tuesday I practiced on the stage It was sort of uneven, but I was sure I could do it." Just to be on the safe side, she got word to Baldwin-Wallace President Alfred B. Bonds Jr. so that "if I got to him and he saw that I was shaky he would escort me the rest of the way." When her name was called as the top student in her class.. Nancy rose and walked with measured steps, "I was too scared to remember much about it," she said later, but Dr. Bonds did meet her half way across and helped her the rest of-the way. Then, while she rested on Dr Bonds' arms, the audience gave her a five-minute standing ovation. Her mother, Mrs. Raymond Malinosky of Geneva, Ohio, cried for joy. "It was a real gift for us," said Mrs. Malinosky. She said Nancy was struck by polio when she was 6, had tried to walk a few steps then, but since had been confined to the wheelchair. Now that she's walked this far, will Nancy keep trying? "I'm going to do as much as 1 can," she said happily. Nancy compiled a 3.87 average and plans to enter Drew University Theological Semi nary in the fall to work for a bachelor of divinity degree. She is interested in a career in teaching and guidance counsel ing. Re - Armament has advertised selfish interests and "for money for scholarships," j self perpetuation, undemocratic and German song festival Sunday, (saying "at least 5,000 of the 10,-' procedures, senseless partisan-; Miss March sang in German 000 to be trained from this slli P ^nd unfulfilled campaign • The rosary will be recited at 7:30 that evening. last Friday night and again Sunday night to circulate the woman's | gram. The audience broke into "You Still Dream at 17," the! country and abroad will need promises" only slow number on the pro- The" deceased,"who was em-l b . lood while her own diseased prolonged applause, ployed by the Oliver M i n i n gj liver was given a rest. Company for more than 43 years, i The doctors also said it was was one of the original 42 men not decided immediately when MOSCOW (AP) — American pianist Van Cliburn made hisi financial help" in meeting cost per session. Teacher Files Hurley Man Escapes Injury in Accident WAKEFIELD — Rudolph Santini, 53, Hurley, escaped injury in an accident on US-2, east of Wakefield, Michigan state police have reported, when his car struck and killed a deer that ran out onto the road. Santini WASHINGTON (AP) — Barry was not injured but moderate Goldwater, the 1964 Republican damage resulted to the car, of- LB J Activity • /C '•* the : Waldron said he early-session candidate for president, says ficers said. ; prediction that "the Democrats; President Johnson should letj , were attempting to spend Gov.• the military run the Vietnamese : | (George). Romney out of office'war. ! ,has come closer to reality." • "I think the President should i i Waldron accused Democrats start being the president and jof failing to meet their own stop trying to be the general..J B „ ... „ ,,. - - i-• ; campaign promises on fiscal re-let the military run the show,"! E. Pabst Mine back in 1926. " Tne biochemical tests reflect [him for 30 minutes and covered BEULAH CAP) — Benzie Cen-' form - Mackinac Bridge refin- ! he said Sunday on NBC's radio- H. . • • .. . ' n > • . i .< VIAI* nnntim iorl i vr»r\i*rtife»»vnar»*- ' * 1 HlA eta O'O urith f 1niirnvc< !,.__.._.. ... ' " ' — THE WEATHER VY CIO Wii*. W* l/ll\- Wl. IglAJUA -ft* 14JV.J.1 " i ~ , who were trapped for a week the pig's liver again would be ! Moscow debut as a conductorf '----- i Sunday. His audience cheered underground in a cave-in at the us ed. "}. Pabst Mine back in 1926. '"" Surviving Mr Zivic, in addl- ner . tion to those persons previously' said Dr - William V. McDermott.! However, the iist.pri ai-p t.wn hrnthprs .T n h n "Her liver, which had been very; Tass said: "As , , improvement." the stage with flowers. listed, are two brothers, John is im- ii! and Gregor, who live in Czecho- enlarged and tender, Vs! Slovakia. His first wife, the form-1 proved." er Anna Hrebenar, died in 1952.1 Dr. McDermott headed a Vi'His second wife, the former I team of 12 doctors and techni- Katherine Buzac, died Dec. 2.! ci ans at City Hospital who twice 1964. /. Agree to Make Joint Survey over the weekend attached pigs' livers to the woman's circulatory system. tral High School art teacher • ancing and traffic safety. televison "Meet the Press" pro-i news agency j Robert Sweeny, 39, was free on " It; s amazing to me that with; gram. ! a conductor, j $250 bond today pending an ap- such tremendous majorities in The former Arizona senator TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOB Monday. June 14, ItMj.V For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 64110 p.m. 53! 6 a.m. 40 4 p.m. 65.'Midnight 48 8 a.m. 45 fi p.m. HOI 2 a.m. 45'in a.m. 57 8 p.m. 59| 4 a.m. 42|12 noon m Barometer: 6 a.m. MAO: 12 noon 30.10. Cliburn lacked his inimitable pea i of his justice court convic- both houses that the Democrats also said he doesn't believe nu- THF WFATHFR Fl SFWHFRP- niialltlfc rlontVi nf faolinrr ni-nn T. ..... r./-,i,lrf nnnn»-,«li n u •— i:»».i- :.. i,.«_ _, . 1 •"I*!' »T Hi/»*. n E> IV fj Li O Cj W n JC. H f. tion of furnishing intoxicating c °uld accomplish so little in this clear weapons are necessary in liquor to a minor. session. qualities—depth of feeling, emotionalism and sincerity." TOO AXT/-T-.T™ .T, - ' Sweeny was ordered to pay a ."Has the big change in Lan- "engage our ground forces in Albany cloudv LOS ANGELES (AP)—Singer n ne of $75 plus $50 costs ancl S1I1 S Produced better govern- any large-scale —«««" " «-- : -'• y ' l ' luuu - y , Viet Nam and that he wouldn't By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Judy Garland was in the UCLA serve 10 clays in the Benzie ment Pr a featherbeclding ma- were president. ' ' High Low Pr. . .. ... , 66 55 .02 he. Albuquerque, clear 88 55 Medical Center's Neuropsychi atric Institute Sunday with what Blood from an artery in the j the hospital called an emotional woman's arm is passed through j upset. the pig's liver and back to the! Miss Garland, 43, last Thurs- patient by means of a pump' day. was taken to the hospital similar to those used in heart Friday night by ambulance HALIFAX, N.S. (AP) — The operations. [from her Brentwood home. United States and Russia have Dr. McDermott said the worn- i agreed to make a joint environ-i an probably would have died! HOLYOKE, Mass. (AP)—The mental survey of George Bank, without the procedure. the rich fishing grounds off New i England. • I . -, . ...... The agreement was reached'Man V*narged With I mother of the Feyre quadruplets County jail following his J° rit y party?" he asked.' conviction Friday, but filed an appeal immediately and was released, on bond. His wife, Donna, 36, a grade! Bodies school teacher, awaits trial on! Continued from Page One Quat. Thieu was defense minis- the Quat government. Trout Creek Driver Charged in Mishap WAKEFIELD — Adelb ert! Chicago, clear Cronkright, 73, Trout Creek, was i Cincinnati, cloudy Atlanta, cloudy Bismarck, cloudy Boise, rain 85 77 65 Boston, cloudy 66 Buffalo, cloudy ! chargedwithviolatiorofhe justice court trial on one of contributing to the cy of minors. U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. sic speed law Friday, when the' Taylor returned to Saigon from car he was driving rolled over I conferences in Washington with and struck and broke a guide . i Cleveland, cloudy . cloudy cloudy CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — here at the closing session Sat- R« r HoQC Hogs 7,000; butchers fully urday of the 15th annual meet-j etNie:>s steady; 1-2 190-225 Ib 24.75-25.00: i ing of the International Com- 1 WAKEFIELD mixed 1-3 190-240 Ibs 24.00-24.75;! mission for the Northwest At-i F °rbes, 70, of Winnipeg Mani I gave birth to her llth child Sun-, The charges grew from alle-' Presiclpnt J °hnson and other top wire holding a utility pole one! 'day in Providence Hospital at j gallons that the couple served officia!F mile west of Trout Creek on M-| Holyoke. I intoxicants to three high school 1 Prirne Minister Lai Bahadur' 28 - Michigan State Police, who i Mrs. Mary Feyre, 39, and the i students at the teachers' Crystal Sa "stri of India, who wound up investigated the mishap, have; PW hnhv hnv WPVP runnrtorl Hn_ ! T_i— , m ,- _ . , a stntp vicit tn On^n^n t —f rpnnrt.prl 68 59 1.12 50 .02 49 66 48 56 51 57 49 52 59 48 42 59 64 78 76 71 51 .24 .03 , Wort , h ' rfclear cloudy R e g i n a Id. i " new f ^ y boy were reportecl d0 'i Lake home. The teachers were ! f_,! tatc I isit to ^Canada today, ^P 0 . 1 !^ 230-250. Ibs. 23.75-24.25; 2-3 250-jlantic Fisheries. Thirteen mem-;toba, Canada, was charged with 280 23.25-23.75; 280-300 Ibs 22.5023.25; 1-3 35Q-400 Ib sows 20.2520.75; 400-450 Ibs 19.75-20.50; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 19.00-19.75; 500-650 Ibs 18.25-19.00; boars 15.50-16.50 Cattle 13,000; calves 15: slaughter steers 25 to 50 low-j er; six loads prime 1,200-1,350 ber nations from both sides O fi reckles s driving as the result the Atlantic attended. Appeal Gives About 250,000 Youths Work of an accident Sunday afternoon j about a mile from the intersec- ! tion of US-2 and M-28, in which j a passenger, Kenneth Forbes, 52, ; was reported to be seriously 90 73 58 39 85 75 78 59 .14 .01 .53 Jacksonville, cloudy 88 75 .01 suspended pending outcome of told tnp Toronto Globe and Mail Cronkright, authorities said, Mrs. Feyre gave birth to the the court cases. j th at commitment of U.S. troops was attempting to make a left | i™ 8 *" 1 rmf r ^i n , 1rt v T« «7 I into combat in Viet Nam "might turn onto a side road, but took I ^fL^H' Sl« Z? ! lead to dangerous conse- the turn too fast, hitting a ditch L °f, s A"£ ele !; 'l oudy l\ quads, two boys and two girls March 29, 1961. The father, Raymond 42, said the 10 children at home were elated by the new arrival. Washington News Man | quences." "" and then the guide wire, causing 1 He said that India and Canada tne car to overturn. He was not' cloudy Named to GOP Post j He saici that India and Canada th e car to overturn. He wVs~nVt! ^f^R 11 ^' cQloudy WASHINGTON (AP) - Re- see '.' more or less e ye to eye" hurt, but was pinned inside the ; ^ fwa'kee r lear'" publican Notional Chairman °» , v ' et Nam and both countries car and was only freed after i {J'S Sf?' cloudv Ray C Bliss has named Fred ee ' tliat talks might be possible the car was turned to an upright' New Orleans clear Morrison as director of public betw een the warring factions. Position , "«* urieans, cieai relations for the GOP National Inclla anci Canada are members Extensive damage resulted to 1NCW 82 88 84 59 55 70 76 45 a hurt, Michigan state police have! Three Youths Fined WASHINGTON (AP) - Sec- reported. CD ' 1 Ib '2900-'high choice 1' 150-1,375 retarv of Commerce John T. The driver also received in-: ror rOSSCSSing beer „ . w _ „„„«,« . M _. „ . .. _ Ibs '27*75-28 75- choice I000-| connor savs qbout 250.000 young furies and both men are at Di-i WAKEFIELD - Three Mass Committee. Wlth Poland of the International | ™* "Eht side of the car, said Omana c i oudv 1350 Ibs 2550-2775' mixed good P eoDlc are setting silmmer work vine Infant Hospital, authon youths each paid a $25 fine and He will succeed Robert M Contro1 Commission that over- officers, who reported that ^ hsin ^^^ in i and choice'900-1300 Ibs 2500- Decausp of tlie federal govern- ties said : $4.30 court costs, when ar- Smalley on July 1. Smalley is sees onera tion of the 1954 Gene- Cronkright would appear before 2575- five loads average to high I ment>s appeal to the business Forbes was traveling east oirraigned before Judge Stanley quitting to join a San Francis- va agreement on Indochina. Judge Milton Eckstadt, B r u c e choice with an end of prime i community US-2 when he crashed into the Fischer of Ontonagon, Michigan co public relations firm. J . n a loim communique Shastri crossing, on the charge.- Bags of mail and telegrams left rear of a car owned by An- state police have reported, after Morrison has been covering p Pnme Minister Lester B. 73 55 90 70 68 54 82 67 , „ ID heifers' .„. ^, ~ , . - -,- -*i L-V.U, aii.cj *.»«. * . jw** 11 wo i^^v-ii ^u vctuig -r, — ~ -•'•**•• *" , 26.25-26.75; choice 750-1,000 Ibs ' have been pouring in since Con- thony Lunich, 26, Wakefield, pleading guilty to a charge of Washington news for 30 years. f,? arson took neither side of the' Bumlflr Flees From 24.00-26.00; mixed good and j nor '. s "°P en letterJo^employerS" which was parked to ;he side j being in possession of beer ! For the past 18 years, he has „ Nam conflict. They "ex-! „ ^_ " choice 23.25-24.25. ""'"' "~ ' "" - J -'- ' — - - ™- a *^ >*„ CHICAGO PRODUCE • CHICAGO (AP) - Chic-go; Mercantile Exchange - butter Partial Lunar Eclipse steady; wholesale buying prices — - - - unchanged; 93 score AA 92 A SSV'a; 90 B 56%; 89 asking cooperation in the admin- of US-2 in an easterly direction.! They were Thomas Plutchak '< been with the National Broad- pressert tneir regret that lack of ! istration's youth opportunity police reported. Forbes will ap-| Bruce Pihjala and Gary Ollila. '' casting Co. ( respect for the cease-fire agree- 1 Camoaieil npar hpfni-P .Inrlcrp KVprl Williamc ! nil 17 VPQI-B nlrl nnlir-o coirf : ; ment. .'13d led to ttlP nvpsonf cars 90 B 57Va; 89 C 57 ] /4. Eggs tops firm; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 higher; 70 per cent or better .Qra.de A white 30; mixed 30; mediums 24; standard reds 26; pear before Judge Fred Williams all 17 years old, police said. on the charge, it was reported. | According to authorities the in- Af I P «cf 7Qn ^n'tA jcident occurred on Highway 137j, . j. , . . in Greenland Township last May! In India S Epidemic Room PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) —Who present should Superior Court judge R. ; " and: c. Stanford lookiip to see stand- Takes Place on Sunday New Party Formed NEW YORK fAP) — A partial; By ° ar * s Opponents lunar eclipse took place Sunday, SEOUL, Korea (APi - Presi- Executives of Credit 4 a.m. At night. GAUHATI, India (APi least 780 persons are reported to have died in a two-month epidemic of gastroenteritis in the ,„,, ' Pittsburgh, clear Ptlnd, Ore., rain Rapid City, clear Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, cloudy 67 75 105 71 63 81 83 62 48 65 44 50 53 57 .11 .Oft .08 .19 .20 .28 85 61 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 73 53 San Diego, cloudy San Fran., clear Seattle, rain ....... 69 66 59 66 53 Tampa, cloudy Washington, clear 51 85 76 79 57 .05 ght. i dent Chung Hee Park's political •• • „ u r. ~- u V T -• B ° s r° emenus m tne The earth's shadow across the | opponents formed a new party Unions MOVC Meeting least India state of Assam. Offi- moon was at its maximum at: today called the Minjung (Mass-' DETROIT (AP) — Some 700 cials s . ay the ciisease is still 9:49 p.m. (EST). The eclipse | es) party and vowed to fight credit union executives from ' was a minor one, with only 18.'Park's plan to normalize diplo-, the United States and Canada per cent of the moon's disk cov- matic relations with Japan soon, are meeting here to discuss-Man. 43. Dies in Fire . ered D 5' the umbra, the densest The inaugural convention economic and sociological SOUTHFIELD lAPt — Aime ported , An over-abundance of plankton portion of the shadow. : merging thc two main opposi- trends affecting their field. The Dore 43 was killed Sunday in a * 40 the sea is known as the Red The passage of the umbra ; tion groups was attended by 970 conference started Sunday and fire at his house trailer'in -' ' i lasted 102 minutes. t delegates. I ends Thursday. j trailer park. ment. ,'iad led higher level of hostilities,' a al lr»F ey n e / e conv , inced that mg in his bedroom" at K y « ml ! !ta ^ solution was Sunday but a burglar. '»— -acticable nor desira-; when Stanford started to I ... , ! climb out of bed, the burglar ad- j RANGE SKIES ana Asian leaders vised, "Don't be a fool." Then Sunset today 8:55. Sunrise tom London for a con-. the man fled, empty-handed. .morrow 5:07. The Moon rises Commonwealth I 9:51 p.m. tonight and rides low. | Last quarter—June 22. Following | the three penumbra! eclipses, in WASHINGTON (AP) — Navy j which the Moon enters the par- ference t/. TO KJ MM INOm prime ministers want a clear- cut declaration disassociating the Commonwealth from U.S. ... w ....™. w , ,„. , — „«,,, . _____ ......... action In Viet Nam and the Do-| SecVerary"pauTn!"Nltze leaves ! UaVThadow"cf't!iV' k lEarU i r and minican Republic, informants re-! today for a week-long visit of does not change its appearance, Navy and Marine forces in and there will be two total eclipses he herb coriander belongs to parsley family, near Viet Nam. of the Moon (in 1967) both in North America. (All times 1 USB DAILY ULUBt W AMI. ADS i Central Daylight)

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