Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 15, 1965 · Page 2
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JLJNE 15,1965. July 4th Queen Contest Planned WAK.'. r ,FIELD —A 4th of July I queen contest will be held i n j Wakefieid, it has been an- nounceo by directing organizations, the American and tne Veterans of Wars. Any Wakefield girl the ag°s of 16 and 19 ter the contest. Contestants are to fill out the L e g i on Forei g n between may en- official entry form found in today's p?per, and mail it to the 4th of July Committee, c-o 605 River Street, Wakefield, Mich- Igan, by Saturday, June 19. The contest will be centered around the Independence Day celebration theme, and the queen will reign over the four- day activities Contestants will be judged on appeara nee, talent, and community service. Official Entry Form 4th of July Queen Contest Address Tel. No. Agt Send to: 4fh of July Committe* 605 River Street Wakefield, Michigan Entries must be postmarked by June 19 Funerals SIGVARD A. THORSON WAKEFIELD — Funeral services for Sigvard A. Thorson, 65, Wico Location, who died Thursday, w^re held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Immanuel Lu t h e r a n Church with the Rev. Wallace Leno officiating. Burial was at the Lakeside Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Wiita, Donald Wiita, Eric Huhtala, Waino Puumala, Arthur Martinson and Edwin Johnson. Police Sponsor Movie For Patrols Boys Trip WAKEFIELD—Wakefield City police will sponsor a movie Tuesday', June 22. at the Wakefield Theatre as a fund-raising project to send the school patrol boys to the U.P. State Fair. Tickets for the technicolor movie are being sold by patrol members. A special Patrol Boy Day is set iside at the fair Aug. 17, with members of the Wakefield (quads attending. City police are also collecting tcrap iron to finance the project, and people with donations are asked to contact the department. Wakefield Briefs John R. Erickson, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John A. Erickson, recently graduated from Tri-Stale College, Angola, Ind., with R bachelor of science degree, majoring in business administration. Erickson was a 1957 graduate of Wakefield High School, and married the former Judy Ann Budgick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Budgick, Wakefield. The Erick sons visited .in Wakefield recently, and left for Midland, where Erickson will be employed by the Dow-Corning Company as an accountant. Summer band sessions, under the direction of Mrs. Phi His Schlecht, are being held each week day. morning in the music auditorium. Senior band practice is at 8 a.m. Trinity Events For Week Told BESSEMER — Activities at the Trinity Lutheran C h u rch, this week, are announced by the Rev. Clifford Brege, a s follows: Through Friday, Vacation Bible school, closing on F r i d ay afternoon preceded by a potluck picnic lunch at noon. Wednesday, 2 p.m., the pastor will conduct services at the Gogebic Hospital, Wakefield. Thursday, 7 p.m., Bible study class meeting. 2 Pay Fines on Larceny Charges BESSEMER - David M. Koponen and Edward Olson were arraigned before Judge W. S. Baird Sr., recently on a charge of larceny from Bob's Red Owl Store in Marenisco March 21, co which they entered a plea of guilty. They were each ordered t o pay costs of $14.35 and ordered to make restitution of $127.50 accruing from three burglar i e s, one at the Red Owl Store and the other two in Ont o n a g o a County, with which they were previously charged according to the court. The court, in passing, sentence, took into consideration that both men had served 60 day,* In the county jail prior to this arraignment. Koponen and Olson were first brought into court before Judgs Baird April 7 for arraignment on a charge of breaking Into and entering Bob's Red O w 1 Store March 21, with intent to commit larceny. They refused the services of an attorney, waived preliminary hearing and were bound over for trial in circuit court. Unable to post bond they were placed in the custody of the sheriff. Brought into circuit court May 13 for arraignment before Judge Robert R. Wright, the court 'delayed arraignment o n motion of prosecuting attorney Jerome Nadolney, and granted his petition that the men be remanded to justice court for preliminary hearing The prosecutor noted that the pair did not have the benefit of counsel when they waived preliminary hearing. He said that he believes that a hearing is necessary to determine facts whether a crime has been committed, what the crime was, and if there is probable cause to suspect the defendants. A preliminary hearing was held before Judge Baird, preceding the arraignment Friday. The prosecutor, on the basis of the hearing, amended the charge to simple larceny, which is cognizable by the justice of the peace. VFW Auxiliary Meets Wednesday Night at 8 BESSEMER — The luxiliary of the County Seat Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the post club rooms. Floor work will be conducted President Mrs. Raymond Pass i n t stresses that it is important that all officers and color bearers be present. Driver, 22, Is Killed TAYLOR TOWNSHIP (AP)— 22, was his car control and hit a William A. Mather, killed Monday when went out of culvert. DELICIOUS PASTIES ON SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY to ••* her* or take out EDY'S TIP TOP 219Sophi. St. Phone 663-4101 Past Matrons Club To Have a Picnic BESSEMER — The Past Matrons Club of Dorcas Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, wilt picnic Wednesday afternoon at the A. W. Schmidt cottage, Lake Gogebic. Cars will leave here at 4:30 p.m. Members needing transportation are asked to cal either Miss Emma Hoeft, Bessemer, or Mrs. Richard Brown Wakefield. Spring Lake Youth, 16, Drowns Monday SPRING LAKE (AP)—Larry Milleman, 18, of Spring Lake drowned Monday in Indian Channel of Grand River abou five miles upstream from Grand Haven. He had been trying to wade across the channel with some companions. Ottawa Coun ty sheriff's men said. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS NOTICE Due to unforeseen circumstonces the Hiwoy 2 Super Volu will reopen on Thurify morning at 9 a.m. instead of Wednesday *v • * ntornhig 01 previously advertised. NOTHING NEW—A visitor to Wyoming's Yellowstone Park views a petrified tree. The tree Is a representative of Yellowstone's unique fossil forests It remains in the same position in which it grew, perhaps 40 million years ago. Vietnamese Reluctant to Ask U.S. Combat Units for Help By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) — The battle of Dong Xoai has brought the Vietnamese war to a threshold that many Vietnamese commanders are not anxious to cross — the first use of American combat units in battle. It seems inevitable that U.S 7927 Model T Ford Stolen MUSKEGON (AP)—State police were asked Monday by the Muskegon County sheriff's department to be on the alert for a stolen car—a 1921 Model T Ford. Deputies said the car, apparently stolen some time since March, could be valued as much as $2,000 because of its relatively low mileage and a title still in the original owner's name. The title makes it especially attractive to antique auto fanciers. The car was missing from the garage of its late owner, Fred Groth, who died Jan 23. In a hand-written will. Groth left $50,000 from his estate to fix up a half-mile of one-lane dirt road which apparently was the lone bad stretch he encountered on occasional drives between his farm home and, Whitehall. The estate still is in Probate Court. Saginaw Gives City Employes Pay Raise SAGtNAW (AP) — City Commission Monday approved live per-cent raise for all city j employes effective July 1. The! cost of approximately $330,000 Is expected to be offset by revenue from a new city income | tax which goes into effect the same date. Dinner for Four By CECILY BROWNSTONE An easy, pleasant ending to a meal that any bride can prepare. Grilled steak, potatoes, green peas, salad bowl, wine gelatin with strawberries. WINE GELATIN WITH STRAWBERRIES 1 packaged fruit-flavored gelatin dessert (pink or red color) 1 cup boiling water 1 cup dry white wine 1 pint strawberries Whipped cream, if desired Dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water. Add wine and mix well. Turn into 4 half-cup molds; chill. At serving time, unmold and serve with strawberries and, if used, a garnish of whipped cream. Strawberries may be served whole with caps on with superfine sugar for dipping. Makes 4 servings. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS A species, of Malayan spider captures flies without a web. The predator lures victims with its yellow body and stamenlike legs ^that resemble, a flower's golden center. units will soon be out on their own in full-fledged warfare with the guerrilla enemy. They were on the verge of that at Dong Xoai, and part of the U.S. Army's 173rd Airborne Brigade moved to within 20 miles of the fight. They did not go in because Vietnamese generals did not want them. The brake was applied by Brig. Gen. Cao Van Vien, commander of the Vietnamese army's 3rd Corps, who was responsible for the operation. "I think the Viet Cong is deliberately trying to draw American units into this fight," Vien said. A number of top American officials agreed. It looked as If a primary objective of the Communists at Dong Xoai was to force commitment of the U.8 paratroopers to battle and perhaps to inflict enough casualties to make the Americans IOOK bad. The American commanders seemed ready to take the risk. They were armed with prior approval from Washington. The Vietnamese felt the gamble was not worth making, that it was better to commit their own reserves. Two battalions of Vietnamese troops were virtually wiped out at Dong Xoai. At the root of Vietnamese reluctance to see the Americans move into the war more actively is an old bugbear of Vietnamese-American relations — national sovereignty. Once the Americans commit units to open combat, it will be an American war. For all practical purposes, the Vietnamese command will have to cede ao least some of its control to the foreign ally. American officers argue that increased American control will improve efficiency .and inject a new fighting spirit into the exhausted forces now facing the Viet Cong. Many Vietnamese argue that an American army in Viet Nam will look too much like a French army and will turn increasing numbers of Vietnamese away from the government and toward the Viet Cong. They also feel the Vietnamese army will tend to shrug its shoulders and say, "Why get killed now? The outcome depends on what the Americans do, not on us?" Regarding future joint Vietnamese-American military operations, American officials say, "Details are still being worked out." SCHOLARSHIP — Thomas Erickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Erickson, 208 E. Sellar St., has been awarded a scholarship to Ferris State College, Big Rapids. A 1965 graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, he plans to enter Ferris in the fall to major in accounting. During his high school career, he was especially active in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and in athletics. Active In ROTC for three years, he was a member of the Battalion Staff serving as S-2 (intelligence officer) with the rating of cad,et major. In athletics, he played football three years, baseball three years, making outstanding records; took part in track, two years, and basketball one year. He was a member of the' Pep Club for three years. tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maki, and family. Richard Kivela, who is stationed with the Air Force in Kentucky, has returned after spending a leave here and in Detroit. Mrs. Esther Hemans, Onando- ga, visited with her niece, Mrs. Oswald Mackey. and other relatives in the area. Marvin and Gary Peters o n , Detroit, spent a weekend visit- Ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Peterson, at Lake Mine. GeraJd Monette, Milwau k e e , spent a weekend here visiting his mother, Mrs Lempi Monette. The Rev. A Lepisto and Reino Keranen, Mass, and Rudolph Saari, Ontonagon, enjoyed a week o' fishing in Canada. Mrs A. Lepisto and two sons General's Lawyer Asks for Delay LANSING (AP)—The attorney for Maj. Gen. Ronald McDonald, who was dismissed as st«t« adjutant general by GOT. George Romney, has asked the State Appeals Court for 30 extra days to prepare a request to appeal. Attorney George E. Bushnell Jr. of Detroit asked for consideration June 22 of his motion for extension of the usual 20-day deadline. Bushnell, who did not act ai . McDonald's attorney in the gen- and Miss Sara Laakko spent a eral's 93-hour hearing before weekend in Duluth and Virginia, Minn. Mrs. Hilda Kolehmainen and son, Robert, Gwinn, visited at the governor, said he needed further time to study the transcript of that hearing. He said the case presented thes home of Mrs. Hilda Laakko; , <novel and comp i ex issues of an » M L ^ d ^ rs i ?' 0 j voT ?? sk ?: i great importance to the public." Ray Malila has left for Detroit) Romney found McDonald gull- where ne will be employed for ty of gross neglect O f duty, mis- tee summer months, feasance and malfeasance in Mr and Mrs. Graham Patti- connection with alleged illegal son, Grand Haven, spent a land transactions at Camp Gray- weekend in Greenland withi ling and the alleged illegal ex- friends. ' I p en diture of local armory funds. Mrs. John Makinen andl He announced his decision daughter. Mary, Marqu e 11 e, May 2 o but Bushnell contended spent a weekend here. Mr. and Mrs..Arthur Makinen and Mrs. Hilda Constantineau, the order became final June 1— the deadline for McDonald to decide between two alternatives Mass Personals Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mart i n , Amasa. visited with relati v e s and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prusak and family of Detroit spent a weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rova, and other relatives. Lester McGaughey, Onandoga, Is visiting his son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Mackey, and family and other relatives and friends. Miss Judy Maki, Milwaukee, spent sfveral days here visiting Escanafia, spent a week e n d j Romney offered to protect his nere - i retirement privileges. « Mrs. Gertrude Wiitanen, Ishpe- i McDonald declined to accept ming, and her brother, Lawrence ! either of the plans, which would Maloney, Green Bay, visit e d 1 have let him remain a major here with relatives. ! general in the guard's unassigned officer pool — losing federal recognition of his status or accept assignment as a colonel William Kangas and son, Har-' old, Detroit, spent a weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koski and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Koski! Not until early 1930s was and daughter, Detroit, spent a I glass fiber, one of the most ver- weekend here .visiting Charl e s' satile manufacturing materials, THANK YOU I wish to thank the voters for their support in the Board of Education election on Monday, June 14. Clement Kravetz (Paid Political Advt.) 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