Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood, Michigan
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 18,1965. Rally Continues Into Its Fourth Straight Period Roy Johns Terms Hurley School Report 'Personal District Board Obituaries Roy J.Schonk Roy J. Schank. 58, of Pine Lake, in Iron County, died this morning at his home. He was born Dec. 19, 1906 in i Wisconsin Rapids and attended NEW YORK (AP) - Despite. schools there. He was graduated increasing softness in the stock! from the Lincoln High School in market, a rally continued into!Wisconsin Rapids. --_-. — c ,,hr,r,i its fourth straight session early! H e was married to the former i the Michigan Department of La- Hi ley Joint Schoo this afternoon. 'Miss Kaspara Lester on Oct bor "is a personal attack on .-Thursday night at Hurley High Trading was at the slowest 28, 1939. He worked for the Con- me," Republican - appointed &cnooi. o tie week Preweekend!soiidated Paper Company in commissioner Roy Johns said The board voted to :Wisconsin Rapids until 1943 and,today. fames- Geiiy Montreal then went to work for the Unit- "They (the House ana Senate ; Maintenance_man Attack on Me' By AL SANDNER Hires 3 Men Three men were appointed'to LANSING (AP) — A legisla- 1 lobs at the monthly meeting of live labor committee report on the Board of Education of the caution was apparent. Prices were mixed at the i opening then showed a gain on balance. After the first hour ed States Government in Greenland and later, in 1944, he went this'advance was trimmed con- to the Yuko " Territory, siderably. In 1945 he and his wife Labor committees i didn't need! district. Gerry will receive hire as the school a an investigation-; they could have called their contact in the De- monthly salary of $428 ?4 for 'he first six months of duty and The news background continued fairly encouraging. Personal income and retail sales were turned to Wisconsin and chased a resort at Pine Lake ..„ i partment and written it last No- i wi» get an automatic raise of „}£" vember ... this attack started! * 25 Per month after sixh months P ul "!», j_.. T j i .. i— of satisfactory work Watersmeet Seniors Are Sponsoring Movie WATERSMEET — A movie entitled "The Mating Game." will be shown Saturday night, June 19, at 8:30 at the town hall. This is being sponsored by the senior students of the Waters* meet High School. A bake sale and coffee social will be held Saturday, June 19. beginning at 10 a.m. at the Congregational Church. The public is invited. . and named it the Yukon Inn! 53 . 1 ?- adding. ,,,l,inV, ha nnnvotorl fnr tVlD nact ' * llBVC gOC T came down here 'he ' a** came down heie, he, i which he operated for the past 11 Youths Will Attend Seminar In New York Members of the Westminster! Youth Fellowship of the I r o n-1 g 1 ^' j^JJft ft'ex^ension'toThe hplipvp elected from the many applica- wood . Bessemer and Maremsco. Qast . wes t runway and ext e n cl ',, believe lions received by the board The Presbyterian Churches will : tne apron 3 583 square yards; Application for Airport Project Is Authorized BESSEMER - Applicat i 0 n for a new airport improvement project at the Gogebic County Airport was authorized by the Gogebic County Board o< Supervisors, Wednesday, on recommendation of the airport committee. The chairman of the board and prosecuting attorn e y were authorized to execute the project application 9-20-017-09. The project includes land acquisition, approach clearing and Two custodians were >also se- pave, turf and light and * He was a member of the Isaac Jogues Catholic Ch u r c h angry and ..„„„„„„ ...«. ac .c ure u tu fill the positions leave from Ironwood Saturday, Iiofcaii irew 1CBUMUU _ ; n ^°rt :„",". are Bernard Peterson Gile, and June 19 - for a S1X dav Seminar : lights and change light lenses; «-«^ „«»-«, „-...-..- ... , B .. .. n . ^HJ? a ," a ! Felix Borawski. Hurley Th >i Trip in New York City spon-j sur face east-west runway 3,900 of Mercer and of the Merc e r j tnis investigation and ciiticai re- custodian duties will be v . arri e d isored by the Wisconsin Council ft by 100 ft.; seal east-west Lions Club. For the past fourlfprt should take place just at ai out at tne j E Murpnv High"" " years he has been president of time when the department is, s h j and the two men select . of Churches. mnway 5,400 ft by 100 ft.; the among steels, mail order - retails, utilities, rails and rubbers. Motors, building materials, years he has been president of tlme wnen tne department is | school "and'the two men select- While in New York, in addi-! north-south taxiway, south drug and oils were irregular. the Iron county Tavern League, making progress and correcting i ed will begin witn a star tj ng sal {tion to work and study in church-; np r0 n area and terminal apron The Associated Press average Survivors include his wife ; , past deficiencies. | ary of $353.34 per month Uponjes of the area of many denomi- and taxiway area; and mark of 60 stocks at noon was up .61 one sister, Mrs. Irene Chapin, ! Tne investigation resulted in a completion of six months of [nations, the group will visit the; east-west runway. at 323.7 with industrials up .5, rails up .8 and utilities up .3. The Dow Jones industrial av lace, Las Vagas. iment "suffers severely (fromi: rec eive an automatic increase in Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Thursday: Walter L. Johnson. Hurley, Mrs. Jessie Buccanero. Iron Belt, Mrs. Margaret Dal Pra, Route 2, William Peltola, Route 1, Ironwood, medical; Virginia Kyndberg, Waukegan, 111., Mrs. Frank Rimkus, 831 Brogan St., surgery. Discharged Thursday: Benjamin Mattson, Bessemer; Mrs Ellen Milakovich, William J. DeRosia, Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Joseph Morrison, Ironwood, medical. Discharged Thursday: Robert Blaskowski, Ramsay; Mrs. William Suvanto and son, Ironwood. Seattle; and one brother, wal-l re Port Thursday that the depart- satisfactory work, both men will 1 World's Fair, the Queen Maryj Tne cost of the project is es- " lir " mf " c " ffprt: <=*vprpiv <f'-nm> , .-_„.= -, '"'and the United Nations B u i 1 d-j timated to be $137,000, shared by ing. At the UN the young people; the federal, state and ;rou n t y will hear delegates from the So-, administration. Application for Funeral services will be heldi lack of effective and dynamic pay O f $25 per month. crage at noon was up 77 at I at the St. Peter and Paul Catho-j leadership and poor admlnistra-i All three of' the men selected 883.83. At the end of the first i Me Church, Wisconsin Rapl d s.' «on. , i will begin their duties _at the 883.83. At the end of the first i hour it was up 2.36. Coastal States Gas Producing shares, Wednesday morning. Friends said the state's, industrial schol July 1. The board set the call at the Engstrom Fu-; Job accident rate has been in- weekly hourly schedule at 44- viet Union, Latin America and the United States. Also on the agenda is attend- Prices advanced on the American Stock Exchange in moderate trading. „. Home, Hurley, Sunday af-i creasing while the department i hours per week during th*i ance a t the stage play "The 2 p.m. Rosary will be recited ; fell behind in its inspectior ofjschol year and 40-hours p e ri subject Was Roses," foil o w e d iat 8 p.m. Sunday evening. : boilers and elevators and en-i week during the summer. Al by a Dack stage visit and dis . The remains will be taken to : forcement of state laws on ,hree men will be awarded two. cussion wit h cast members, the Higgins Funeral Home Wis-iwage, hours and working stan-j weeks vacation after their first j Tnere will be .. open days -. consin Rapids, Monday and will: dards. j vear of employed as is the reg- S ig ht - S eeing, visiting a televi; for 50 per cent, or $68.000, is being made to the Federal Aeronautics Administration. The state and county will share the remaining $68,000 costs vvith the county share being $35,175 and the state, $33,325 including $20, ?75 by authority of Ac* 192 of Corporate and U.S. Treasury j ji e in state Tuesday aftern o o n. It complained of insufficient i ular policy. bonds were mostly unchanged in light trading. 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 from previous close, Burial will be at the Calv a r y : numbers of inspectors and other The five-man board was Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids. Matt Hemming given a demonstration of a new type of window that was pre- personnel shortages in the department. Johns said he would issue a detailed, written rebuttal of the j tne DeVac Company television i Public Acts of 1964 and $12,650 ! show,"or a"return to the World's i under Senate Bill 676. i Fair. ! The breakdown of pro j e c t Representing the range area costs in the sum of $137.000 in- on the Youth Caravan are Rob- eludes $800, land acquisition; I ert Abelman and Paula Zeber of i $113,130, construction costs ; lwli 1W1 " » detailed, written rebuttal of the j ™ ue vac Company ui ™'"' e -1 Bessemer Marion Christensen,'$9,500, engineering and supervi- Matt Hemming, 83, Paynes- rep ort "after I get a copy and i apohs. The cost of replacing he, ^semer, ™*™ n C SV Drake 'i sion; $1,000, administrative HP rnpri TiiRsdav afternoon in HEVP a ohanop tn <=f,,Hv if " ;89 windows in the front of thei ™ € *t' 9 - r.. ,,. ;' ... % " *:' > nn **l i^ „ V«»oi ^ «io* csr, ,„:»,, ville, died Tuesday afternoon in have a chance to study it." i 89 windows a Chicago hospital. j -we have added personneli ni B n TC kool building uw ° u i d He was born in Finland March j anc i held the first classes for in- ' C 9™ '° f'?j 2f and the board de- 5, 1882, and was a retired dairy I spectors in four years " he 1 ™ 016 * 3 to nold tne bld untl1 a fu " farmer. For the last year he! adde d. ' ' f """ m "" fi "" ture meeting. Joel Lahti, Jim Larson, Lee Ann! costs, for a total of $123,650 with Olson and Gretchen Should i c e; an extra $12,570 allowed for con- of Ironwood, Sandra Rutherford j tingencies. and Janet Wisber of Marenis-i The board approved recom Johns said the department i The board accepted a figure j co Allied Ch Am Can Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fds Gen Motors Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Harrim Pap Inland Stl Inter Chem Int Bus Men Int- Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My -v. Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY Central PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel , U—Up. D—Down. 49 D 46'/4 U 11% U 69 U 39 U 36% D 67% U 75'/ 8 U 57% D 50»/4 D V 37% 36'/4 D \ 72% U \ 236'/-- U 1'. 79'/4 U \>. 54 80'/4 U a 99 34% U 59 U 50V4 U 40 44% U 33% of adjustment of $2.299.20 predecessor, j * had lived with his son, Reuben. ,He was married to the former Victoria Nygard in 1912. She j j ame s Bowden, a "Democratic died June 9, 1964. ! appointee, had never been con-1 „„.,„„..„ , n „„.. . ........ .. e . Surviving are two sons, Reu-i flrm ed by the Senate-and by a! ^ i ne Idi istment coste was an >n of Mplrosp Park and Arthur! io ck of f unds I n tne adjustment costs was an Johns took office Sept. from 1 The group thanks all who in i mittee that: i mendations of the airport com- fh _ o nvnn c phnnl hv a *in Mav SnSine J ben of Melrose Park and Arthur! of Detroit; two daughters, Mrs. i Harpster of James Chicago, and eight ren. I offer, on the part of the com- 1963. i p an y, to pay term expired in April, and i cost of replacing the roof which L \ neither he nor Gov. George Amounts to $1,732 50. replacement Romney has indicated any inter- j O f windows which comes to est in continuing his term. . Brown's Funeral Home, Bruce i Rep , Robert Dingwelli D - La n- Crossing;, willopen, for visitation slngi former AFL . C io I $366.70 and $200 for interior dam- 10 Sunday at 2 p.m. when services will be conducted at the funeral em-1 A recommendation to contin ploye has been pressing for the ue the Blue Cross-Blue Shield investigation since the beginning; contract for school employes win oeconoucrea aiuieiuneiai of tne current leglslative ses . was accep ted and will go into home. The Rev. James Billiard | sion effect at ^ start f tne 1965-66 s opposed the ap- j fiscal year beginning July 1, of Johns, former 1965. The rate of the school's officiate and burial j ""Jemocrats ; family lot at Hillside Cemetery, Bruce Crossing. vs %' Vil Earl J. Muzzy BESSEMER - Earl J. Muzzy, br ^ ker ? int tne 1930s. 69, of 561 Brookland Blvd., Lan- . Tne Senate recently refused *- confirm Romney's appoint- pointment mayor of Wakefield and Upper msurance remained cons tan Peninsula businessman, because! with this year's rates of his reported use of strike- The Gogebic Typewriter Sales Company of Ironwood was awarded the contract to service and maintain the school's type- Sunday, June 13. ; Mn Muzzy, husband of the 464'/2 U 1% i i a te Cecelia Peterson, who died j 86>/2 D '4jin 1925. was a life long resident! 56% U 3 ,s i pf Lansing, employed by the i 59% D % | s t a te department for 34 years, of a successor to Johns -1 writers. Bids for the painting of » < Wayland. until his retirement in 1964. He; was a veteran of World War I. 51% U 56 U Siva D 34'/z U 42'/4 34 U 49% 40 53% D 42 U 69'/s U 44% U 78% U i/s I g7 a ndchildre D n, and one sist e r,: Serving as Pf "bearers were Saxon School were rejected due any way trip a reality. ,„ maKe the Driver Pays Traffic Fine Earl B. Corda Jr., 20, 816V 2 E. Ayer Street, paid a $45 fine and $4.20 court costs in Ironw.o o d Municipal Court today, when arraigned before Judge Charles C. Keeton Jr. on a charge of reckless drivng, the court has reported. Corda was arrested by I r o n- wood city police Thursday night after they received a call from the Hurley Police Departm e n t stating that a car was heading toward Ironwood at an excessive rate of speed, Ironwo o d police said. Corda was picked up on Cloverland Drive going 70 miles an hour in a 35 mile an hour speed zone, the court reported. The contract for re-rocfing the nangar at the airport be awarded to the Steiger Building and Supply Co., low bidder at $733.82. Other bidders were the Peninsula Roofing and Specialty Co., at $2,730; Don Newman Roffing, $1,342.50; Verner Koski, $1,425; and Laird Lumber Co., $1,103.95. The airport manager be au- fhorized to rent tie-down equipment to transients at one dollar per week and local airc raft owners to furnish their own tie-down equipment. The committee reported that Prosecuting Attorney J e r ome Nadolny reported that a motion of "leave to appeal" has been filed with the attorney general's office and presented a copy to rhe airport committe. He reported that the case is left open awaiting filing of transcripts or other data with the court. A hearing will be held in Chicago in the near future, he said. Ruling Disproves Board Resolution BESSEMER — The Gogebic County Board of Supervisors, at its March 17 meeting, adopted a resolution providing that the county board be organized as an Industrial Development Corporation, for the purpose of aiding industrial development, conditioned on the opinions of the prosecuting attorney and attorney general, on the legality of the proposed organization. A communication from Attorney General Frank J. Kelly, relating to the matter, was brought to the attention of the county board Wednesday by the prosecutor. The attorney general notes the following: "Gogebic County has only such powers as are granted it by the constitution or by statute. It does not appear; from the in formation you (Prosecutor Na dolney) have forwared to m e that the Gogebic County can pursue the course indicated in its resolution because such is no' authorized by the Constitution or Statutes of this State. "The Industrial Developmen Revenue Bond Act of 1963 was enacted specifically to'authorize municipalities, including coun ties, to encourage local industrial develop m e n t. This ac should be followed. However, must inform you that the con stitutionality of the act is being challenged and the Supreme Court has accepted jurisdiction in the case of the' City of Gay- ord vs Gay lord City Clejk. The court's opinion should be rendered sometime this year. Until then, it might be prudent to await the decision of the court before taking steps to issue bonds under the Industrial Development Revenue Bond Act of 1963." Prosecutor Nadolney, in submitting the communication from Kelly, stated in writing, "It is the opinion of the prosecutor's office that there is no statutory or constitutional right whereby the said board can organize and operate the legal entity in ques- to unsatisfactory estimates He was well known in this; MRS. SIIRI HUTTU area having visited here with i BESSEMER - Funeral serv-JThe relatives on many occasions, j'ces for Mrs. Siiri Huttu, 75, i another "meet'inir He is survived by his wife,! formerly of Ramsay, who died! '"«•«»*• Thelma, of New Sernia .Beach, j Tuesday, were held Jhursday! Fla.; a son Jack Muzzy of afternoon at 2 It was also reported that Cor- Two'bids'were taken'into con- ida had violated six stop signs. sideration for the job of painting the light towers at Memorial I Field and both bids failed to I meet the approval of the board. Briefly Told Knights of Columbus and Reds hail tPJim<; win niav a acceoted a bid made < Seider w?th the Last East om of uTto* ™ ^ ' a.; a son ac uzzy o -- water cooler at the 8 axon school Saturday night with the first Bessemer; two daughters. Mrs. iinsKi i-uneiai Home. The Rev.; for the cost of S496 and thev e-amp starting at fi-in ™ . . . L'Anse Wilkins of Manton and Wallace Leno of Wakefield off i -| Mrs. Preston Barret of Shep- ! 1'fiherd; nine grandchildren, two: cr | st Cemetery. ' and burial was a: Hill- the cost of $496 and they game starting at 6:30. a bid byi 42'/4 61% U 49% U 41 D '4 Vi VB CHICAGO PRODUCE Mrs. Nina Hardman of Jackson, i ° eor g e Heikkmen waiter Salo, Funeral services were held! ° e ? rge , Kahara. Gust S e p p a, Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at thej E ™ Kettula and George Hon- TCntAr. T ?«n*41i» n^lAvitnl /~»V»«r\ol t Kaia. Bark River Culvert and Equip-, The Hurley City Council will ment Company, Ironwood, for an hold its regular monthly meet- International Cub lawn mower ing at 7 p.m. next Tuesday in for the sum of $860.98. An exhaust fan to be installed i the city clerk's office. Continued from Pace One lishment of peace in Santo Dom- 'ngo." Johnson, who did not identify ••• these elements, said Inter- American forces "will continue to observe the same soldierly restraint that they have shown now for more than seven weeks." Other highlights of the conference, held in Johnson's oval of fice: — Current estimates place the budget deficit for the fiscal year in the welding area of the J.E. The Luther L. Wright High j that ends June 30 at $3 e billion by the Rev. C. Leonardson of the Grace Luther- i an Church. Interment was in Mt. Out of tow n persons attending Murphy machine shop for a School Band members are asked : - down from a January fore-A ° — —.~*-—**nrt^*ip. .._„-.»:_„ .._ nA _i A .»j t.« »^^ nn 4- «*. r\. nn ~ .-« <~««*-,,,.-J«.. i A. _*• AM n i_ •««• »_i_ __• tion." He refered to an oral report given the board at a recent meeting in which he made reference to the Industrial Development Revenue Bond Act of 1963 and also noted that its legality is being challenged by the City of Gaylord. When the Michigan Supreme Court renders an opinion on the case, he will inform the county board, he said. Fairgrounds Use By Racing Group Given Approval BESSEMER — Use of the Gogebic County Fair Grounds by the Hiawatha Racing Assdcia- tton for stock car races was approved by the county board of supervisors, Wednesday on recommendation and conditions set up by the fair board and extension commute of the county board. Prosecuting Attorney Jerome Nadolney was directed to rlraft the contract incorporating *he conditions designated By the contract, the Hiawatha Racing Association is authorized to construct a one-fourth mile stock car race track, Inside of the harness race track and to promote and conduct stock car races on Thursdays, Saturdays from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday after- nons or evenings between June 16 and Oct. 1, except during Aug 9-17, when the fair grounds will be in use for the county i-alr; and on Sept. 5, providing that the Hiawatha Racing Association: 1—Provide a ramp to cross the horse race track. 2—That the track not interfere with the present stage 3—That the judges' stand be put on permanent skids so that it can be moved in or out during fair time. 4—That the grounds, gran* stand, race track inner field and rest rooms be cleaned within 24 hours after a stock car race. 5—That the association be responsible for repair on all damage done during stock car races. 6—The association be properly insured at a minimum of $10,000 property damage and $100,000.1.300,000 liability 7—The association make an advance deposit of $100 to be held in escrow to cover any default of contract or agreement. 8—That the contract may be terminated immediately by the fair board in case of breach of contract by the association. 9—That the association pay the fair board 10 per cent of pross ticket sale receipts. 10—That proceeds from the Hiawatha Racing Association, accruing to the fair board, be used for fairground and building repair. Jerry Corda, representative of the association, asked the board to consider changing the time for races from 7-9 p.m to 5-9 p.m. He said darkness comes earlier as the season approaches fall. Supervisor Stanley Nez- worski informed that the horse race track is in use by horse owners, from 5-7 p.m. In the discussion it was suggested that the time schedule be left open for . reconsideration after the county fair, and that until the county fair, the racing association comply with the 7-9 p.m. time regulation THE WEATHER Aid in Search For Vandals BESSEMER — Gogebic County sheriff's department officers I £"»""'• """"* •••• ™ ~ „, hnvp nnnnnnr-Pri that ti-,pv a - ro Bismarck, cloudy ..74 57 .04 TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Friday. June 18. 11X15. For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. Z p.m. 70:10 p.m. 63 6 a.m. 45 4 p.m. 72jMidnifcht 52' 8 a.m. . S2 « p.m 69| 2 a.ra 50110 a.m. 64 8 p.m. 66i 4 a.m 46S12 noon 73 Barometer: 6 a.m. 30.27; 13 noon 30.25. The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy ,. 77 56 ;ar 89 61 cloudy — 69 61 CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago ] Hope Cemetery. rites were Tauno Sarvana of Melrose Park, ill. and Mr. and Mrs. Waino Sarvana and daugh- Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 58V1 A 58M>; 90 B 56%; 89 C 5614: In attendance from Bessemer j^' Sue of Arli «^on Heights. cars 90 B 57%; 89 C 57V*. ; Peterson. Eggs, steady; wholesale buy- Ing prices unchanged; 70 per cent or better Grade A Whites 31 Va; mixed 31Vs; mediums 25; standards 27; dirties unquoted; checks 21'/2. and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Muzzy.! and Miss Julia and Leo n a r d cost of $801.35 was discussed and to meet at 9:30 a.m. Saturday j cast of $6.3 billion Johnson, re- the contract went to the L. L. to play in the Flower Box Pro- i porting revenues up more than ject parade. They are to report i expected and spending down, Russell Co. of Merrill. Pete's Electric, Hurley, was to the band room. Full uniform awarded the contract for the will be worn, born Dec. 14, • installation of new lighting fix-! Attack Continued from Pace One AP Correspondent Malcolm flew over the Mrs. 1889 in Tanpere, Finland She' tures, plus other electrical work 1 The Iron County Veterans of came to the United States and • in the high school for the bid i Foreign Wars Post will hold a to this area Nov 17, 1915 to I of $2,693. I regular social meeting at 8 Satur- ** n the iule w Ith ft« hundred feet S rice ^fields age to the huts, no people o: animals were visible. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 5,500; butchers steady to strong; 1-2 190-225 Ib 25.5025.75; mixed 1-3 190 - 240 Ibs 25.00 - 25.50; 240-260 Ibs 24.7525.25; 2-3 260-290 Ibs 24.00-24.75; US 350-400 Ib sows 21.50-22.25; 100-450 Ibs 21.00-21.75; 2-3 450500 Ibs 20.25-21.25; 500-600 Ibs, 19.50 - 20.35; 600-650 Ibs 19.00-! their bombs Two of tlie squa 19.50. dron collided en route to Viet: ,Cattle 5,000; calves none; slaughter steers 50 to 1.00 higher; .four loads prime 1,200-1,400 ib 30.25-30.50; high <choice and prime 1,125-1,375 Ibs 28.50-30.00; Jhqice 1,000-1,350 Igs 27.00-28.75; mixed good and choice 9001,325 Ibs 26.00-27.00; three loads Ugh choice and prime 880-1,075 .b slaughter heifers- 28.00; Choice 775-1,100 Ibs 25.75-27.75: 'oin her husband, who had been! The board elected to invest 'ay night in the VFW Hall at here for a year. She was mar-i in 24 new tables and 144 chairs Hurley. Lunch will be served ried to Aleksanteri Sarvana July!for the high school cafeteria and afte r a short business meeting. 7, 1911 in Finland. He died bids were asked for the roof March 18, 1921 and on Sept. 20, 1923 she married John Huttu in Bessemer. They lived in Ram- his death in 1953 ' after project of the J.E. Murphy SuSOO Gorrilld to Gymnasium. The board was in complete ac- 1 Go OH European Tour cord concerning the transporting' Miss Susan Gorrilla, 516 N. nf «n ' , WCh She ilved n rest home -iof hot lunches to the Saxon Lawrence Street, Ironwood. sumved is ft« hundred feet rce es T « two sons i School instead of operating the one of a group of students from and Ssters of huts He said Tna V n ,?^ arvana ° f Meflro ^. Park . klt chen at that school. The plan the College of St. Catherine, was n5 rien of dam- will?" 10 ^ arvan » a ° * r V lgton was ad °P ted in order to expe- st Paul - Minn., who will be go- w . a !. no " B L«:,i- a ?. Heights: two stepdauphte r o. dlte the oneration. ' ing on a tour of Europe which ?f nn hneltlcr ° f dite the operation. The board then supported the »s being conducted by Professor recommendation of Superinten- Mabel Frey, chairman of the dent of Schools. .Tamp.s Mezzann department of speech and dent of Schools, James Mezzano department of speech | Jr. that Mrs. Grace Sybeldon of drama at the college. $6.00. good and choice 24.50- Licenses to Wed Applications for marriage 11- :enses have been made at the pfflce of the Gogebic County clerkiby? the following: * Prank Forrester Slawson and Gjiy Koncelman, Minn' *.W*lte* X Welmolt and Esther tiliiam Tienhaart, Racine, Wis. \4.i U£i WJ**v*W-\4 v»n i w*i;v, vw « *w i- • -^ Nam and crashed in the South; Llevenger to Be at Marquette Tonight China Sea 200 miles northwest of the Philippines A third B52 had a malfunction Hurley be appointed as secre- ary to the high school principal. The. annual budget meeting i • was scheduled for next Thurs- Thic io the fnilvtV, tr,,,v nf tr",,,- This s the fouith toui of Em- said, "This is good news to all of you who look forward as we do, to a balanced budget in the years ahead." — Former Gov J. P. Coleman of Mississippi and U.S. District Judge Homer Thornberry, once Johnson's Texas congressman, will be nominated for judgeships on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. This court hears many civil rights cases. — Stephen Ailes will resign as secretary of the Army or July 1. Undersecretary Stanley R. Resor will be nominated to succeed him, with David E McGif fert, an assistant to the secretary of defense tagged .to replace Resor. — Undersecretary of the Navy Kenneth E. BeLieu will | resign July 1. Robert H B. i Baldwin of the Wall Street in- have announced that they are | cooperating with other law enforcement agencies in the investigation of continuing acts of vandalism in the Watersmeet area which involves periodic acts of destruction to the home and personal property of one particular citizen. The help of the sheriff's department was requested in a petition submitted by the Watersmeet Township Board asking! the aid pf the state police and the sheriff in apprehending the offenders, it has been reported. In transmitting the resolution. Supervisor Frank Basso told the sheriff that one particular citizen has been subjected to har- rassment for some time by destructive acts to his home, car and property around his home. Boise, cloudy 74 55 Boston, cloudy ..... 64 51 Buffalo, cloudy 65 52 .,39 Chicago, clear 60 55 Cincinnati, clear Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear . Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, clear being for by vestment banking firm of Mor- Indianapolis, clear 78 51 69 47 70 57 7% 52 72 54 53 48 87 65 70 M 86 75 79 50 .08 .12 .04 Jacksonville, cloudy 84 68 2.87 Juneau, rain 50 40 .04 coi^e students « an stanlfi y wil1 be nominated college students. t . _.,__-- H hi _. Conducted bi-annually, t h WAKEFIELD - A. D Tiben day evening and will be held tour affords the opportunity for which kept it from droping its! Democratic County chairman, at the J.E. Murphy building at st u den ts to earn from one to bombs. i received the following memoran- • which time the board will dis- four . creclits '" tlie humanit i e s. to succeed him. Johnson said again he isn't going to try to name city mayors. He was talking about the Astronauts Continued from Pag* One abroad for the space twins. But fhe details were stil' being j worked out. NASA spokesmen said. Johnson made his surprise announcement at the State Department, where the astronauts appeared before a gathering of Kansas City, cloudy 75 59 Los Angeles, clear 69 56 Louisville, clear . 80 54 Memphis, clear 84 65 Miami, clear 85 77 Milwaukee, clear . 68 51 Mpls.-St.P., clear 75 53 New Orleans, clear 89 70 New York, cloudy 73 58 Okla. City, cloudy 84 62 Omaha, cloudy 71 57 Philadelphia, cloudy 70 57 *; i scramble for the Democratic "oreign diplomats and narrated Ouam safely. llth Congressional District The The amphibious plane whicnj meeting will be held tonighr rescued the survivors from the i at 8 p.m. in the Northland Hotel collision damaged a propeller in the driving seas and was unable to take off. The rescued fliers and two parachute-medics from the rescue plane were trans ferred to the passing freighter Argo, a spokesman at Clark Air Base north of Manila said The U.S. Navy dispatched a surface ship to the aid of the damaged amphibian wHch had four men aboard. Pierre Salinger Wed Today to N. Gillmann PARIS (AP) — Former House press secretary Pierre Salinger was married today to Nicole Helen Gillmann, 26-year- old writer for a group of Paris magazines. It was the third marriage for »---•»•*• t -. CJ .,,„.. ._ _.. v «VM* M •>*•• v*tu _ . , i o\jlCHlIWIC l\JL Lilt; 1-/C11 IL/Vx I ClLl^/ On the return flight, one B5:2! rium from Congressman Ray cuss the budget for the upcom- Duri "8 tne academic year pre- i nomma ti on f 0 r mayor of New was diverted to Clark Air Basel -nond Clevenger of Michigan: ing 1965-66 school year. M™ ^,,,- o ,-o,.,oc. nf in the Philippines and another i Several persons have asked me to Okinawa. No explanation was to arrange a meeting to discuss given. The other 26 reached natters of great concern to our ceding the tour a series seminars are conducted of for! The United States definitely those planning to participate in wlll bulid a super^c the European trip. With this lf congress provides the money advance knowledge about cultur-L ieedec f_ up " to a billior dol i ars al, historical and geographi cal! . Tnh n«r,n sa irt - geographi aspects of the countries to be in Marquette. This wilt be an nff-the-record meeting ind will be attended by representati v e s of the national comitlee and others who wish to attend It would be very helpful if you ?ould be there so we can have the benefit of your view, 1 - in the several important questions to she came to the United States j tour will continue through cen- : staiemeiitsT"Act'ually',"~he~*7aiied be discussed. We wj)iild appreci- to cover his California campaign : tral and southern Europe con-! to coniine himself to one hour — ite you being there ami hope for the U.S. Senate. The mar-i eluding in Lisbon for the flight j ignoring , several cries of visited, the students make specific observations in those areas of concern to them. They will leave from Kennedy Airport in New York June 22. First stop on the trip will Johnson said. — Presidential assistants Hor ace Busby and Douglass Cater will be spending more time on national security affair", working with assistant McGeorge Bundy. Johnson said at the outset he the 40-year-old Salinger, who j be Shannon Airport and a 10 clay would limit questioning to 20 met his bride last October when ; visit in the British Isles. The: minutes following his opening you can make it." riage was Miss Gillmann's first.;back to America Aug. 17. |"Thank you, Mr. President." the historic films they took dur- >ng their flight. "Many people in many lands were thrilled by what you have clone," the President said "I want you to join our delegation in Paris, at the Paris air show, and go out among the friendly peoples of the earth to share with them the excitement and thrills of your experience " It was a whirlwind finale to a whirlwind day in Washington for the Gemini heroes. They received Exceptional .service medals from the President. They rode down Pennsyl vania Avenue to the cheers, applause and acclaim of thou sands. clear 93 58 Pittsburgh, cloudy 63 44' Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 72 52 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 63 55 Rapid City, cloudy 77 59 Richmond, clear 61 50 St. Louis, clear 81 53 Salt Lk. City, clear 75 47 .01 .09 .48 .01 San Diego, cloudy San Fran., cloudy Seattle, cloudy Tampa, cloudy Washington, cloudy Winnipeg, M (M—Missing) 69 62 .. 61 53 72 52 90 72 1.07 M 51 .05 MM RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:57. Sunrise tomorrow 5:07. Moonrise tomorrow 12:24 a.m. Last Quarter June 22. Visible Planets—Venus, sets 9:45 p.m. Mars, high in southwest at sunset, will be low in west 12:37 a.m. Saturn, rises 1:21 a.m. and will be in &utheast 3:47 a.m. US£ DAILY GLOBE WANT'AOt

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