Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, June 18, 1965
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Nurse Has Mixed Emotions on Leaving Hospital in Viet Nam By HAL BOYLE i posed to wear perfume on duty. NHA TRANO, South Viet 1 "But we all do here," said Nam (AP) - She was close to Julie. "The patients want us to. t ears They also want us to wear lip' It was the last day of duty for p °" S one seven fith tl «! Armv Army thev nicy »,»_,.«„,,., wnrnpn because Ameiican women ucuauat Hraoil ; don't see any others." Hospital. The nuMes work a 12 . hour Sre was going home after a day or i onger six days a week . year here, a year in which some . Tve helped nurse everybody 5,500 ailing, injured and wound- from a Vietnamese baby with; ed men went through the hospi- ; tuberculosis to OIs with worms, i tal - . malaria, dengue fever, append!- i Julie is 5 feet 3 and has dark citis or guns hot wounds," she; hair, blue-green eyes anu a nice sa j d j figure. She would be called pret- Th ' e case tnat most upset her ty in any part of the world, but was a pilot about 30 whose it is her friendly, outgoing per- abdomen was riddled by ground sonality that has made her a fj re favorite here. I stayed at the controls for She smiled a little tremulous- ha i f an hour until ne got n i s ly when Capt. Frank Harbor of plane back) " sne said. "He died Starkville, Miss., told her a' so wen . H e knew he was dying i company of airmen wanted to DUt he didn't give up. ; turn out information 10 give her .. He wrote a i etter to his wife. a farewell tribute salute when He j 0ked . H e shouldn't have she lef t- lived even to land that plane. He , "That'll be lovely," she said talke d about being operated on warmly. the next morning, but there was "I have mixed emotions about nothing that could be done for leaving. There is a job satisfac- him. tion here you don't find so fre- -He lived 20 hours. He died quently in the States. j ust before daybreak and was "These wonderful men, won-i a i ert until 15 minutes before the derful patients. They aren't . end- He never got to see the sun goldbrickers. I'll miss them." ' come up. I never saw a braver As one of seven American man •• women among several thousand Ju i ie will have a month off men, Lt. Klebaum naturally before reporting for duty at the received a flattering amount of Brooke Army Medical Center, male attention. Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. "You become a combined .. Tne thing I am looking for- mother, wife, sister and girl ward to most is a little p riv acy friend," she said, laughing. _ i t ' S a luxury," she said. "I "They all want you to help them want a sma n apartment of my shop for things for their women O wn." back home. Asked about her romantic "It's an honor in a way. It's a BtatuSi Ju i le smiled and said: very unusual position, one I've never been in before. The men are interested in you first because you are around, second because you speak English, and only third because you're an American girl. But they're great. They'll do anything for you.' Back home nurses aren't sup- repeals are finished, will some excises remain? A. Yes. Some important ones are not affected — those on liquor, beer, cigarettes and cigars; those whose revenues are ?armarked for special I'ses, in eluding gasoline, trucks, tires and air travel; and a few more including fishing tackle gambling devices Great Lakes' Levels Are Up DETROIT (API—For the first' time in 21 months all the Great' Lakes were reported at or above: the U.S. Army Engineers' "low and' wa ' er datum" line Thursday. With Lakes Huron and Michigan achieving the line, the engineers' weekly lakes survey of water levels reported rises on all the lakes except Erie. Erie remained unchanged. The low water datum figure is an arbitrary water levels line approximating sea level Lakes Huron and Michigan have the HOUGHTON -Michigan sa £ M L dat " m line ' , .„. „. , . . Tt . .. ? Both Huron and Michigan Technological University h a s were reported three lnches adopted a five-year proposed above their levels of a month ', building program totalling S26.- ago and 10 inches higher than 1224.500. The plan was approved a vear fl e°- Both are expected i by the University's Board of to rise two inches in the next Building Program Planned by Tech to rise month. Lakes St. Clair, Superior and Ontario rose within a range of one to month. four inches from CHECK FOR BAY CLIFF—Harry- W. Gjelsteen, Menominee, potentate of Ahmed Shrine Temple, is shown presenting a check for $350 to John Vargo, right, field representative for the Bay Cliff Health Camp, Big Bay, on behalf of the shrine. The amount represents the donations made by members of the shrine from throughout the Upper Peninsula to the temple's Christmas Activities Fund. This is but one portion of the shrine's contribution to Bay Cliff, according to Robert Bouschor. temple recorder, who pointed out that during the last three years the shrine has donated more than $10,000 to Bay Cliff through its shriners workshop program. RECEIVES DEGREE — Donald E. Erickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Erickson, Junet Road, was graduated from Wisconsin State University, Superior, at commencement exer- last cises held June 4. He'received the bachelor of science degree. At the present time he is teaching at the Ashland High School in a six week summer session. He plans to return to Superior A' in the fall to begin working on his master's degree. "Still free." footloose and fancy Director's List At GCC Is Given DRIVE Out! DINE Out! with FATHER at The OTTAWA LODGE KENTON, MICH. Try Our Famous Family Style Chicken Dinner $125 1 The director's list at the Gogebic Community College for the second semester of the 1964-85 schol year has been announced by David G. Lindquist regis trar, and is as follows: "A" average tr on wood. "B" average—Ironwood: Answers Given to Questions On Excise Tax Reduction Bill cal year beginning July 1, 1966. By STERLING F. GREEN A. Because the 10 per cent Tne proposal approved last WASHINGTON (APi — Here excise tax is on the factory cost, week does not include construc- are questions and answers on before distribution and sales ex-; t j 0n O f self-liquidating buildings consumer angles of the new ex- penses and dealers' markups which are financed from opera- cise tax reduction bill passed by ai 'e added. ting revenues and are no t pa id Congress and awaiting Presi- ; Q. What manufacturers' ex- j for by state appropriations, dent Johnson's signature: 'cises are being eliminated im-! In other actions, the Board of Q. How will consumers benefit mediately? ; Control accepted contracts and from the excise tax reduction? | A. Besides radio and televi- grants made to the University A By $46 billion of tax sav- l£i . ion se t s a» d phonographs, the for a total of .$113,697, and gifts, ings a stimulus to prolong the ' list includes refrigerators,, scholarships, and National business expansion and quite -freezers, records, electric and Science Foundation grants totall- probably a small 'drop in the'gas appliances, sporting goods, ingi, $449,270.84. The gifts were cost of living. i cameras, film, photographic received by the University dur- Q. How much stimulus to jobs ' equipment, room air condition-; ing a three-month period, and production is foreseen? ers ' business machines, musical! The Board also reappointed] A Economists say the sav-' instruments, fountain and ball- ! five members of the forest pro-' ings when spent and respent, P° int P ens - mechanical pencils, ; ducts research advisory commit- ' Control at a meeting in Houghton. The proposed program provides for $21,051,500 in new state- financed construction on the Houghton campus between July i, 1966, and June 30, 1971. in Michigan Constables addition, 81,425,900 will be squght /-«««««*;«„ R« A ; n e in this period for remodelling V.onvenrion Deqms and additions to existing facili- GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — ties, and $539,600 for special Pistol meet and a tour of the maintenance at Houghton. Kent County Jail are among spe- —— ' At the Sault Ste. Marie cam- cial events awaiting some 300 the Michigan Constables Asso- pus the plan proposes $2,885,000 delegates expected today at the ciation. The convention winds ii. new construction $99,050 for, seventh annual convention of up Sunday. remodelling and additons, a n d j ._ _ . $223,450 for special maint e n - ance. Adoption of the proposed five- year program is the first step i in preparation of the capital out- i lay budget request for the fis- GRADUATED—John, wiu generate about $10 billion lighters, matches and playing son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bianchi, Albert M Bjorkquist, Anton Colasacco. Thomas J Cvengros, Gary J. Erickson, Suzanne Fafford Lucille M. v link, Mary Lynn Fox. Esther J Hallberg, Marvin John son Michael Kauppi. Sharon Kleim- ila. Clement J Kolesai David . Kuklenski, John Manninen, Paul J. Minkin, John Niksich, Ronald Niksich, Christine Olgren. William D. Peltonen, Margaret Ruppe, Leonard Schutz. Daniel j S e c o r, Paula K. Setter 1 u n i. i Dorothy Siirila, Donna Soltis, i Sandra Stone, Marilyn Tafelski. ! James Tassava, Terry Tremain, worth of new national output, i cards. Most were taxed at 10 Edward Hein, 408 S. Range |Tnat is about one -third as much Per cent, a few at 5. Road, will receive his diploma 8o tne masslve 1954 income tax, Q. What about automobiles? cut provided. j A. The 10 per cent tax on new Q. What will happen to living cars is reduced to 7 per cent, Barbara Mnrra from st - Mary's School of X-ray Barbara Murra, Tecnnology Wausau , wis ., at the graduation exercises to be held Sunday afternoon, June 20. He costs? j retroactive to May 15. It will A. A decline of 3-10 of 1 peri drop to 6 per cent next Jan. 1; • ic a o-rnrtnatp nf T nthpr T "' "CV.IUK. ui u-*v ui * H v-' i uiuy tu u jjci i-ciii, UCAI. a an. i, i-Jht tficTh Inhnni with thn ! cent in the Julv consumer price; to 4 per cent on Jan 1, U67; to 2 Litrnt riiun ociiuui wini LIIL ; s___i___ • «•»-.„,,: 1*1** ^*->ri 4-un*^ « . n n « nn »«- n *.«. n » i n 4- n ». «»^ *— * class of 1961. The family will attend the ceremonies. Sandra J. Forte Gail Govednik. Delbert Jacobson, Carol Lampart, Marilyn Lyons, Brian Mattson and Dennis Scholar. Hurley — Sandra Saily. Gile — Jerome Frigo Baraga — Patricia E. Konstenius. Rockland — Wanda Maxfield Fond du Lac — Michael T. Milligan. index is possible, and then a j smaller drop in January when ] the second stage of cuts takes j effect. i * * * Q. Why "possible"? Why certain" A. Because price rises for other products may cancel out the savings. And because some firms may not pass on all the per cent a year later; ^nd to 1 per cent on Jan 1 1969 Q. How much will I benefit in Iniying a new car? A The manufacturers not reducing prices by the amount of the tax cuts arc full The first-step cut — 3 per cent of the factory price, retroactive to May 15 — represents an average saving to the buyer of $65 to tee for the Institute of Wood Research. The five are: William j Schneider, Schneider Br o t h ers J Lumber Co., Marquette; Bruce! G. Buell, Chassell; A. J. Horstman, Bauer Brothers, Houghton. Donald Abendroth, Robbins Flooring Co., Ishpeming, and William L. Veeser, Upper Peninsula Power Co., Houghton. All construction bids on a self- liquidating progect to enlarge Wadsworth Hall, a residence unit, were rejected because the bids exceeded available funds. New bids will be called for on the project. i "All I said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and HI eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters ^jfam-<f/yHiiy J tax savings to consumers in the $70 a car. By Jan. 1, 19C9, .when ; Elizabeth J. Turunen. Polly Vi-j special Mention - Leona Hill, her, Susan Vizanko and Thomas; \vakefield, "A" average: Mar L. Williams. / ! ilyn Hendrickson. Hurley, "B" Bessemer — Renee Anneal 1 ! average; Olivia LaRue, Hough- Marjorie Baird, Herbert Butor,|t on "B" average Music Every Saturday Night Mr. "B" and His Orchestra CHAIR LIFT RIDES SUNDAYS SERVING OUR FABULOUS DINNER °MENU Dining Room Open 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Bar Open 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. bi& Powderhorn mountain SUPPER CLUB Available for WEDDINGS .BANQUETS, PARTIES PHONE 932-4831 for Details .Reservations form of price reductions. Q. Aren't price reductions automatic? A. No. Manufacturers and sellers are not legally bound to pass 'on the savings. If decide instead to pocket for extra profit, the economic benefits will be lessened. Q. What can consumers expect, then? A. Most manufacturers, including the biggest, will cut Unemployment Down In Two State Cities WASHINGTON (AP) — Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo, Mich.," prices. Some already have. were reclassified Thursday from Many retailers have announced moderate to low unemployment — in the case of the 10 per cent ratings by the Labor Depart-! retail taxes being abolished if- ment. j mediately, on furs, jewelry, lug-i " c " c " Low unemployment in the DC- j gage, handbags, toiletries and ciause partment ctatistics means that cosmetics — that the tax would 1.5 to 2.9 per cent of the labor simply be scratched off the force is jobless. The moderate i price tag. category is 3 to 5.9 pei cent. \ Q. How soon will retail prices : reflect the repeal of the other tax drops to a permanent 1 per cent, the over-all saving will be about $200. * * * Q. Will automobile dealers some pass the cuts along to consum- them ers as the factories reduce prices? A. The full cuts will be reflected on the "recommended retail price" sticker on the car window. However, a dealer could shave down your saving by giving you less on your trade-in. Q. I have bought a new car since May 15; how do I get the benefit of the retroactivitv GOODYEAR QUALITY Ferdinand de Lesseps, French group of excises — those levied engineer began both the and Panama Canals, but pleted only the former. A. If your dealer hasn't already proceeded to get you the 3 per cent refund, ask him for it Q. Will the dealer pay me, or will the manufacturer? A. Either one can do so, under the law. The present plan, how-j Suez on manufacturers, such as the everj is tnat auto manufacturers j com- 10 per cent tax on freezers and garbage disposers? j A. At once, in most cases. All i major makers of radio and tele-j vision sets and phonographs, for instance, already ^have posted' BUILDING SUPPLIES SHIPLAP 11°° Hundred Square ft. ea. •a. • FENCE POSTS < e «, ar > 85c • STEEL CLOTHES POSTS 9.75 • EAVES TROUGH 25c „ • DOWNSPOUTS 19c M • ORNAMENTAL IRON RAILINGS 4 H. railing 5.90 6 ft. railing 8.60 All Accessories in Stock ECONOMY 2x4-8'S..... PICNIC TABLES COMPUTI WITH HARDWARE All SET UP - or ASSEMBLE YOURSELF 9'x 7'GARAGE DOORS $64.50 FJ. H ACER LUMBER CO., Inc. E. AVER ST., IRONWOOD PHONE 9324)120 .„ 73 Years of Service on the Range-Established Sine* 1B92 ,* will send refunds direc» to the buyers, after dealers have notified them of sales made since May 15. To get this n wn tax reimbursement from tne government, the manufacturer must show evidence that the made to the AT LOW, LOW PRICES new "suggested retail prices." Most of these are 6 to 8 per cent ; refund has been lower.' : customer. • Q. Why not 10 per cent lower?! Q. When all stages of the tax GOGEBIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION Starts June 21, 1965 Classes meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00-10:00 Room Weeks Credits Instructor English 101 223 6 3 O'Neill Speech 101 109 6 3 Jacobson Geometry 12 117 8 4 Supercynski Political Science 101 . 213 8 4 Grimnitz Typewriting 313 6 3 Popovich 10:00-12:00 American Literature 211 209 6 3 O'Neill Speech 101 . 109 6 3 Jacobson Intermediate Algebra 101 117 6 3 Supercynski Geography 101 .. 217 8 4 Lindquist Office Machines 315 8 4 Popovich 12:00-2:00 Sociology 101 American History 201 213 8 4 Grimnitz 217 6 3 Lindquist Register at college office, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Fees: Matriculation, fee — $5.00 Laboratory fee - $2.00, $7.50 Tuition — Gogebic County Residents — $6.00 per credit Other Michigan Residents — 7.00 per credit Out-of-State Residents — 8.00 per credit 3-T NYLON ALL-WEATHER "42" WITH TUFSYN RUBBER 2 FOR $ 24 6.70x15 tubfe-typt 2 FOR $ 29 7.50x14or6.70x15tubtlts$ 2 FOR $ 36 3-T NYLON ALL-WEATHER WITH TUFSYN RUBBER 2 FOR $ 34 6.50x 13 tubeless 2 FOR $ 44 8.25x14 tubeless 2 FOR $ 48 8.00x14 tubeless 8.55x14 tubeless PRICES PLUS TAX AND TWO TRADE-IN TIRES ** FREE MOUNTING ** "We Sell the Most. . . Because We Give the Most" BESSEMER AUTO CO. | Highway U. S. 2 Bessemer Phone 667-9771

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