Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 26, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, July 26, 1965
Page 12
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 26,1965. finance Report Is Presented To City Council WAKEFIELD — The finance department of the City of Wakefield presented its statement of cash receipts disbursem e n t s and cash balances for June to the members of the WakefieJd City Council at Its last meeting as follows: Bank balance June 1. $73,054.81. June deposits tola 1 e d $24,875.2C and were as follows: Meter deposits, $375; cemetery income, $248; sundry accounts receivable, $732.30; parking meter income, $220.21; parking meter violations, 314; sewer flushing $80; operators' licenses (from state), $30.50; operators' licenses (to state), $136.50; delinquent real-personal taxes (city), $215.65; delinquent real- personal taxes (county-school), $490.01; Rytkonen Judgement tax, S20.74; refund of advertising expense Michigan Municipal League meeting, $21.00; liquor licenses. S2,573.85: state highway maintenance, $3,660.96: birth and death filing fees. $88.75; violations bureau, $4: park permits, $17: justice fees-court costs (from county), S101.3G; justice fines-fees-court costs icity). $219.40; miscellaneous, $11760: library fines. $20; electric Consumer sales, $14,124.59: electric water thaw, $5; fire alarm pole installation. Divine Infant Hospital, S164,86: water consumers sales, S955.94; water line rspairs, $37.05; total, $24,975.26. Total of June 1 balance and June deposits $98,030.07; less warrants of $33,707.48 paid i n June; bank balance July 1, $84.322.59. Less outstanding w a r rants of $16,715.00, cash balance July I, 847,607.59. Less bond cash of $6,809.73 and less library cash of $301.27 and less parking meter cash of $3.365.85 (total 510,476.85), city cash balance July 1, $37,130.74. Transfer of library cash of $310.27; actual city cash balance on July 1, 2885, $37,432.01. Actual city cash balance on July 1, 1964, was $68758.78, Funerals USE DAILY GLOBB WANT-ADS BEFORE EVE THERE WAS EVIL... AND HER NAME WAS.LILITH! TOMORROW! EVES. 7:00 A V:OQ RONWOO ENDS TONIGHT1 Jerry Lewis "THE FAMILY JEWELS" IRONWOOD fi*N 1:00 . STARTS *00 TONIGHT TUESDAY 2 BIG HITS! ER. ShES MINE r DELUXE CINEMASCOPE- COMPANION FEATURE) PRANK DEAN mniia*Maimi ANITA URSULA 4 FOR TEXAS TEDDISHERMAN-ROBERTftlDRICH >» ROBERT ALDR1CH TECHNICOLOR from WARNER BROS. Coming WEDNESDAY! IT'S THE PICTURE THAT OUT-MONDO'S THEM ALL! AMERICAN IN1ERNATIONN.pi.HnUk. TABOOS OFTHE WORLD Withcomitunttby VINCENT PRICE PLUS SPACE THRILLS/ MRS. JOSEPH KANIESKI WAKEFIELD — Funeral services for Mrs. Joseph Kanieski, 81. of 514 Sunday Lake St., who i died Wednesday night, were held ' Saturday at 9 a.m. at the I m i maculate Conception Catho 1 i c [Church with the Rev. Charles ! Daniel officiating. Burial was In Lakeside Cemetery. Pallbearers were Val Pesavento, Jr. of Embarass, Minn., Robert Craig jr. Chicago, Albino Pesavento, Ironwood. Roger Koneski, Milwaukee, Peter De- llch Jr. and Anton Finco. Attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kanieski, Mr. and Mrs V a'l Pesavento, Ironwood; Mr. a nd Mrs. R. E. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig Jr., Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kanleski. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Koneski, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Val Pesavento Jr., Embarass, Minn. American Legion Will Meet Wednesday Night WAKEFIELD - A meeting of the American Legion, Gerouxi Post, will be held Wednesday.' July 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the new Legion Post Home, River Street. ( Important issues for August to be discussed, are as follows: The' grand opening of the Post Home for the public; a Legion picnic and an Important project which will be of immense benefit to) the post. Many improvements have been made to the new post home recently and it 5 s hoped that Legion members will attend this meeting to view the new improvements and facilities. Wakefield Briefs The Wakefield volunteer fire department will hold a practice session at 7 p.m. tonight followed by the regular monthly meeting of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Marty Pascoe, Waukegan. 111., and Miss Carrie Schmidt and Mrs. A d d i e < Blum of Hartford, Wis., were! guests recently at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Venner Salmela. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Salmela, San Leandro, Calif., have arrived for a visit with relatives and Mends in Wakefield, and with Mrs. Salmela's sister, Mrs. William Trethewey, Ironwood. Mrs. Salmela was the former Delia Fournier of Wakefield. AIR CONDITIONED POWER MOWER—H. S. Pendley, who air conditioned his lawnrnower with an electric fan after a friend died from heat exhaustion, appears to have solved another problem—getting his lawn cut. The pretty neighbor pushing the mower as Pendley relaxes on steps of his Atlanta, Ga.. home is Pat Ritchey. (AP V/irephoto) Thailand's Miss Universe Celebrates Coronation Ball Elks to Have Stag Outing BESSEMER — The Bessemer Elks Lodge will hold its annual stag o'Jting on Sunday, Aug. 8. beginning at 11 a.m. at Little Girl's Point Extension Camp, Lake Superior. Elks of the range are invited to take part. General co-chairmen are Michael A. DeStasio and August Tiber! Dinner is scheduled for 12:30 and supper in the early even, ing. The traditional Softball game between the Wakefield and Bessemer members is scheduled for 2 p.m. Other entertainment will feature the annual tug-of-war; horse shoe pitching and other out-of-doors recreation as well as pinocle, ziggity, and other card games. Entertainment is bei n g arranged by Jerald Massa and committee including John Saari, Donald Martin, Morris Abelman and TIberl. Dinner and supper chairman, DeStasio. Music, Abelman. Card games, Joseph Baksic. Art Exhibit Is Extended BESSEMER — The exhibit of art expressive of biblic a 1 themes, which was in progress Saturday and Sunday, in Kastman Hall, will be continued today anc! tomorrow from 4-9 p.m. The decision to hold the exhibit over was made by t h e sponsoring art committee of the Sharon Lutheran Church, b e ^ cause of the public response and interest shown by patrons over the weekend. More than 150 viewed the creations by local range artists, of biblical events and scenes as expressed in pictures and other art forms by the creators. Viewers generally express e cj appreciation for the inspiration of the exhibit and praiseworthy comments on the work of t h e creators The public is invited to view their unusual display. Exhlnitors may pick up their entries on Wednesday between 1-5 p.m. R. Duray Elected as Volunteer Fireman BESSEMER — Robert Duray was elected to membership in the volunteer fire department at the meeting Thursday evening, filling the vacancy created by the resignation of John Novas- cone, The appointment will become effective upon confirmation by the city council. The Dominican Republic is second In size to jfiuba among nations of the Antilles chain in the Caribbean. By KELLY SMITH MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Two thousand people crowded an oceanfront hotel to watch Thailand's Miss Universe celebrate the biggest party of her ]ife: her coronation ball- Hundreds waved, applauded and tooted horns as Apasra i Pook) Hongsakula walked through the hotel lobby on a red carpet to the ballroom Sunday night. She smiled and waved back, saying, "Thank you, thank you." In the ballroom, her escort, Marine 2nd Lt. Robert Wade of Charleston, S.C., had to battle autograph seekers to keep his date within arm's reach. It was the 18-year-old dark- Citation Is Awarded To Bessemer Lodge BESSEMER — The Bessemer Elks Lodge was awarded a citation by the grand exalted ruler, Ralplj Prtiitt, of Michigan, i n recognition of having had the smallest percentage of membership lapsatlon of all lodges in the state of Michigan, during the yeai 1964, and in recognition ot the lodge's sincere interest and outstanding achievement in support of the Grand Exalted Ruler's program. The lodge was highly commended by the exalted ruler, who expressed his gratitude. During 1984 the lodge m e m- bershtp was 175, showing a gain rather than a loss of members, according to the records. Bessemer Briefs Mrs. Robert a. Hewitt and daughters, Jean Marie, Virginia Diane and Susan Mary, left today for their home in Miami Beach, Fla., after vacationing for th°. past month with her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. O e n o Matrella, and family. Man Dies of Stab Wounds DETROIT iAP) — One man was stabbed to death and two companions were injured in an attack by what the survivors called a gang of youths Sunday.! Police said the attack took; P'ace on the city's northwest, side. Wallace Walker, 34, died four 1 hours later of stab wounds. His! brother, Albert, 25, and Lester I McOee, 32, were hospitalized, j The younger Walker and Me-! Gee said two youths demanded I money from them and wheni they were refused six others appeared and an attack with knives followed. New Detroit Hotel Opens DETROIT (API—The motor Pity's newest hotel, the $12 million glass- and -steel Pontchartrain, was open for business today after formal dedication ceremonies Saturday. The 25-story structure is located on the boundaries of former Fort Pontchartrain, across fiom Cobo Hall overlooking the Detroit river. The fort was established by Detroit's founder, SJeur Antolne de la Mothe Cadillac, a French explorer. The French and the British consuls attended. French, British and American flags dating from a pioneer age flew over the building. Electric lights were f i r s t installed in the White House during the administration of Benjamin Harrison in 1891. BOXING'S TV DEBUT The sport of boxing made its television debut on June 19, 1946, when the Billy Conn-Joe Louis bout was telecast from New York to Washington, D. C. Sharon Events Are Announced BESSEMER — Sharon Lutheran Church activities announced by the Rev. C. R. Holmes, follow: Today and Tuesday, from 4-9 p.m.-Art exhibit "Worship in Forms of Art," at Kastm a n Hall. Wednesday, 10 a.m., the pastor will attend a conference of pastors of the Superior D i s - trict Lutheran Church of America, Suomi College, Hancock. Dr. Theodore E. Matson, president ot the Synod will preside at a conference on Stewardship. eyed Pook's first date. For dates, it was a dinger. Six hundred persons paid $50 each to eat a seven-course candle-light dinner and gaze at the Miss Universe lovelies. Seventy- two U.S. Marine officers in dress whites did the honors on the dance floor. "I'm still dazed," said Pook, the nickname meaning "Fatty" i by which everyone now calls ner. Her name Apasra, or fairy, is too hard for most to pronou- I cen. It's Ah-pas-lan. j i "A thousand persons milled in I ! the hotel lobby and on the} j streets during the ball hopeful i one beauty would slip out. ! As the girls arrived and left, traffic came to a near halt within 10 blocks of the hotel. The same thing happened as they left. "I love to dance, all kinds of dances," Pook said. "My favorite is the waltz." "The waltz is impossible In her dress,", said Lt. ade.' "We sort of did a two step two feet apart." Her gold ball gown, specially designed for this night, swept out in a wide hoop. Pook, the crown on her raven hair, picked up the train of her dress and swept into the middle of the crowded floor to do a mild version of the frug. "I could do better," she told admirers. 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