Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 28, 1965 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1965. Rally Is Staged By Market Early This Afternoon NE V YORK (API — The stock market rallied early this afternoon on expectations of substantial appropriations for defense ir, view of the Viet Nam situation Trading became lively after early caution. Steeds were in the forefront of the ral'-y which began even before P'-esident Johnson reported to the r>ation on the intensive high-je'-el review of U.S. policy in Vie f Nam. Motorc, rails, coppers, aerospace Issues, electronics and computer stocks joined the vigorous uptrend. The market was irregularly higher at the opening. Gains of fractions to 1 or 2 points prevailed among key stocks Higher-priced and specially situated issues did better. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks rose .6 to 319.2 at with industrials up Obituaries Sheriff A. E. Tenleo schools and Michigan Technological University, Houghton, two years. A? a machinist he worked for Copper Range Mining C o The Hurley Police Depart„.,.,.- o- » - - ment has reported three m ore and liverTat Painsdale until 1946 break-in cases that occ u r r e d and h< worked for Johns Mans- Monday night. The three bnm> ville ai Waukcgan until 1960 the total to five in less than a when '.IP retired. He had resided week in the city. i at Ramsay two years More Break-in Reconstruction Officers Elected Cases Reported Plans Discussed By Commission By Hurley Board Officers of the Hurley Joint School District Board of Education were elected at the board's annual reorganization a 1 Thc Ironwood City Comm i s-; meeting Tuesday night at Hur^~ ... ...^ ~.-.,. sion, at a meeting held thisjley. unsay iwu yeaia Police reported that Don s, morning in the commission ' s> Alphonse Riccelli, Hurley, who •AP.F married to Anna Way- Spur Service Station w a ?! chambers at the Mem o r i a 1 was elected to thc board by rrG v\ ITlHl I ICQ tO / VI lllcl \VctV~ KJ ^ u i K^\_» v *\_.v- »_.i.Mk*v.. -• "--jVrfiicmiuv,io ct i< n iv* *.».»v.*».»^i ««.«» ..»,— , - -. ^ _ Irvnen Houghton and in 1949 lie : broken into Monday eveni n g! Building, approved an applica- 1 nearly a two-to-one margin '"'Ai married Virginia Udell at Wan- for the second time in as many > tion prepared by City Manager Monday's election, was elected , w kee-an She died several vears nights. Officers stated that $2 Kenneth Long for submission to as director of the board and Q . Kean. -.-nt uieu bcveicu Ldib t. Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted! Tuesrtfiy: Clarence Jeffers, St. Paul, Ernest H. Valkama, Route j 1, Saxon. John A. Asunto, Route j 1, Mrs. Kenneth Juntunen, 208 MlchU«m Ave., Leo P. Prebish, 511 Bornie St., medical. Discnarged Tuesday: John R Hakala, Calumet: Clarence Jeffers, Ut. Paul; Mrs. Dennis DeRosso and baby, Mrs Donald W. Siebert and baby, Hurley: Car! E. Poh Jala, Ironwood DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. Admittec' Tuesday: Percy Ber- Ul LJ^: 1 '.\jn aiiu YYiuiaiii ui A uni- - .. w,,;i,i ona. Calif.; four daughters, through the rear of the build- wald. Bessemer, accident: John T _ il . v , 1I .,^.. „,,.,, .„. ,_ — — 'Quarters. Chicago, medical. pop ma-j the Housing and Home Finance! John (Jacki Reardon,^ also ^otj Discharged Tuesday: Mrs '--•—' '" '"" Clarence Fors and son, E w e n: Rose Biggins, Mrs. Frank ^ s ^ - ; e ousng an o ' , irvivincr nrr twn snns Alripn chine and S4 from the cigarette < Administration for an advan c e Hurley, was re-elected to the Do. -o i? B an7wmiam of Pom- machine. Entry was gained planning grant for reconstr u c-ipost of board treasurer for the tio'n of the Memorial Building, i coming year. Dennis DeRosso of the Town of Mack Calls for Full Payment of Bonds on Bridge Upper Peninsula Senator, Joseph 3. Mack, Ironwoocl, called for the immediate and full payment of the Mackinac Bridg* bonds Mack charged that the p r o- posed efforts of removing the tolls if the Mackinac Bridge are either fact or fiction. He said: "We now have an estimated r Bessemer :' Mr'sT James surplus of $120 million which is BE ssEMER — Gogebic Coun- to Memorial Chapel, Hancock.; to fourth term as !at 2 P- m with burial in Fore?t fl „.. Jan. 1, died sudd e n 1 y j Hm Cemetery. Houghton. noon, witn industrials up .6. : Tuesda y afternoon of a heart ~~ rails up .8 and utilities off 1- seizure suffered about 5 just af- Daniel Fertile The Dow Jones industrial av- ter he i eit the sheriff's office for' erage at noon was up 3.8 at nis residence for supper. 867.42. In Long's request he stated that, nr"; vms y ier 1 a"d 11 Mrs' Rav- iSilver st - was also thc vlctlm ! date'the PolicHn'd'Vire Depart-! of clerk, mond SnTh o San Fernando/of thieves Monday nlft as the; ments of tne city into the Memor-l ^f^^fl^^^^ Ser,^^ASS; eil De^ ^™ T s ff, 11 ^^8^^ ^ h < ' > ^eH iH l£ S S^HjSSk ^^ --^"Sriaflained through ^^^^^ °of ^ « %« ^Vl^T ^ "Sfren^ STSli, be taken^-^ l«c]iK «& V ^^^^"£^<£Z™ ^director- from Lakeside Memorial Chapel : £,,',1,,™ ° nn 1 ir . P stated . i «[> ^"J^ 8 ^™^ | 0 ° e l?nment ship of the group from John ., Ltll , F , ...jo was made to'. snould make monles availa b 1 c Taylor of Hurley, who had han- into Paul's Store. 302 Sil-' for uch a project ' dled tne P° sltlon since Nov - l0 ' ver St., police stated. The win-; Tne cost O f t ' he project h a s 1958. Taylor lost his bid for re- dow of the rear door had been been estimated at §400.000 and election to the board in M_o n- broken but entrance could n o t commissioner Stanley Nezworski days election by fne votes. 1 ;..__i i.«n«in11 on f\f of-rtai v\<ai*c . . . . .. . __•»•* ji_. r^itii PI* mpmnp 1*5 Lukas and son. ironwood: Miss more than enough to '.complete- Ooeidner li wis . AxefE Tente.56, The funeral will be held Friday An Fwo Break-ins Reported Here be gained because of steel bars j nqu j red as to the possibil i t y over the window. of • • all the bridge indebt- ness Full and immediate payment of this Michigan debt would be in keeping with Governor Pomney's recent pledge at his Second Inauguration at Iron Mountain, in which he stated, he stanch for thc complete and immediate removal of the Mack- j inac Bridge tolls. I "Using the State's surplus to : facilitate the economic union of i Michigan's two peninsulas would | be a p r u d e n t and masterful other membeis of the board ', tions of all three cases. Daniel Fertile, 56, formerlv of: _. .. , !-,„,;„„ no,-,ai" — 'Ironwood died-unexpected- Tne Hurle y Pollcc De P au - building .. Undersheriff Chester Prebi s h i ] V Tuesday 'in Los Xnceles ment is conducting mvcstiga- tne old Memorial Building. Long Pric°s were mixed in quiet gaid sheriff Tenlen was in goodic a jjf ' Hnns nf a " thrpp nasp.s. „»„»„,! +»,„. *.!,„ ~,. 000 ,-,t vioivmr. tradlng on the American Stock spirits all day and actlve ln thei He ' was born nere April 7 Exchange. duti e s of his office when the ; 1909 and attended St. Ambrose Corporate bonds weie mixed. . supper call was sounde d. He School . He was in tne trucking U.S. government bonds weie un- was surprise( i, he said, when he; business nere until 1942 when he night, city police report. , Pat & Mike's Pure S e r vice stroke of good business "S t a t e Government,' Mack o be in , r-nantrp aci-nrnmtf in mi- uuni-r >••"- banking business. Any SU1'- The board will hold ^eeUng; c™"|^ be used ^ pgy Qff Hiirecl as to the possibil i t y ^""^Trarner of Iron Belt' Station on Cloverland Dr. w as "S t a t building an entirely n e w' ar= August Ci a ™" 01 J Irofn ^ 1 g t , burglarized of about S9 in .stated. "< llding instead of remodel i n g; *" d Tl eodoie Biunene GHe ^ accordlng to thc police,; the bank me old Memorial Building. Long The boaid will hold a n eting, ^ &M entrance lmo the bulld . plus sl , ol _ _ stated that the present Memor- at ' '?- m - A UB. 9. at union uiiie open jits obligations. «al Building needs the remodel-; the: board hope ' ^^fif* 0 .; a small £ the rear of the' "With over $100 million stir ing in order to make it a more submit a proposed_1965-66 modern and usable building. el tm changer", to slightly lower. Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS learned several minutes 1 a t e r j entered the service in World that the sheriff had not arrived War n He was discharged in, at his residence (which is in thei 1946 a nd went to Milwaukee in In conjunction with the pro posed construction the commission was presented with a letter LOS ANGELES (APi — The from the state jail inspector stat-; Be Dead Orb . tors. possibly with a large: plus, we no longer need studies screwdriver. \ and proposals to abolish the The person or persons f i r st! economic barrier segregating entered the grease room and 1 the Upper Peninsula from low- gained entrance into the office' er Michigan. A check in full through a window adjoining the! payment of the bonds will solve two rooms, police said. Officers the problem." for him in "the other offices. He y ' e a r" before "going to ""£"0 si day that Mariner 4's best pic-'clean, well run institution but Kifj VV G/CO/77G : believe the cash register was; Mack charged that over $45 found him lying on the floor in Angeles tures of Mars show the red plan-'does not comply with the regula- •^•vf^rwi*.^ . taken into tne g rease room and million has been paid in interest the deputies' office and applied: surviving are the follow! n g 1 et apparently is a dead orb simi-, tions of the Department of Cor- SEATTLE (API — Namu be- Dro ken into there. Some change alone, to date, on the Mackinac ; artificial respiration witho u t ; brothers and sisters: Peter and-lar to the moon. : rection. came a whale-fellow well met was also taken from a desk; Bridge and not one cent applied jail building) and started looking; 1947 remaining there about a Los Angeles Times reported to- ing that the Ironwood jail is a *~~ i,!,.,-, i^ HIO nHipr nffir-ps HP .. - 1 _ ,._*— —:.._ ..- L o s i day that Mariner 4's best pic-'clean, well run institution but Big Welcome NEW YORK (AP)—Following success. An ambulance was : Arthur Fertile of Ironwood, Is a sectioned list of stock tran- summoned and Sheriff Tenlenj Mlss Emma Fertile of Detroit, The newspaper said it learned Long stated further that the today, that the pictures — not yet present building that now houses Thousands jammed the Seattle Furthur investigation of the! drawer it was reported. i to the principal debt. Bactions'on'the New York Stock; was pronounced dead on arrival |Mrs Joseph Donna of Minnea-lmade public - show craters the city's police and fire depart- water f ron t to greet the four-ton burglary is-being done by the c I/'II^J * — Exchange at midday with net ; at'the Divine Infant Hosp i t a 1,| polis and victor Fertile of Los 1 gouged in the surface of the ments is nearly beyond repair killer whale at the e nd of his ironwood Police Department. rOUF f\ /flCU //I •*—'*^ o . ^ _ i .—.._»_•_»_! i ..^__i A 4-n« i . . i —A. V...4- «*« mris-l/-tii<irt /it i-»n_ n.-iylfl-M-tt cr^\t-\ nf-V^i n <T cnmilH rlO . .. «« .___ *. *.« — .*-. t ,*.-••. , ,n . ._ _ i. % i i_: „ _.__] «.,». n « i * ^^ ^^ ^^ change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Car. Am M'->t . Am Te! & Tel Armour Beth Steel Calum H Chrysler Cities Service Cont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem DU Pont East Koc! Ford Mot Gen F^is Gen Motors Gen Tel 46V 2 U I Wakefield minutes later. 'Angeles i planet but no evidence of ca- and that something should be 40 o-miie. 20-day tow from far up Another breaking and enter- Mrs. Tenlen said, although the- The remains will be brought; nals. _ done to rectify ^the situation as the British Columbia coast where ing occurred at the Michigan 1 , .,._ .,.,._ ^ ^^ captured more than a Bell Telephone garage on Greenbush St.. but it was re-' 483^0 U: sheriff had no history of heart: here for services and interment. ! Some astronomers have the- soon as possible, _ _ _ _^ lost '• disease, he had had two severe Arrangements are incomplete. 1 orlzed that canals exist on continuing with the morning s tn 0 _ 66«8D ii bouts of pneumonia, one in - -•- • --- : — -h.^in^ thP r-nmm.^nn an- 35V- U '/a March, and the other more re- 34V-I D Vs l cently, being discharged ju s t /"*/-, C L V* I tljf I The McKevitt-Kershner Fu-jMars. neral Home is in charge. : business, the commission ap- After the noop ia, Namu will ported that nothing was taken. 2lV'a U V 2 i one week ago after treatment at \ Harold Kcvern 44!A u 38 a hospital. ' 78% i Snerie « p J«n^ involving more mon- O f June. Harold Kevern, Lorain. Ohio. President Continued from Page One . 37^8 U 5/s ; office, started his fourth termi ias sheriff on Jan. 1, 1965. after minutes of the last become tne p rize attraction of ; meeting. the general fund he Seattle Mar ine Aquarium vouchers for the month of June f considerab i c \^,r.^ yh ^ at ^ a ^ S r^ SenUflc attention. Researchers will study him for clues to how whales communicate, how fast they learn, and the like. Namu got a more rousing re- BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) border policemen. i Communist Utilitv vouchers for the month 66Vs D Vs • serving as undersheriff Sheriff Frank T. Per-] sent to Congress The Morton Salt Compa n y . services will be held next January. Milwaukee was awarded the Lorain Thursday. ; "Th°se steps, like our actions contract to supply the city's ban, •- . celebrit- in : m the past." he said, "are care- salt needs for the coming year cepfon than main top ceieuiu In the News UU-.B ^ /0 > , '" ° Q ;l~ iff T^rnnk T p er l The deceased was born in m tne pasi. ne saiu, aie caie- salt needs lor me coining yea? 2 ™l b TT ,' i H^niirinp• Ws tenure in thei Bessemer and was married to fully measured to do what must at a price of S21 per ton. 82-54 U U'Uch. Duung ms tenuie in ^"^ ithe former Eva Carlson, also of be done to bring about an end The Wyandotte Chemical Com- 51" 8 U i.4jomce. ne v,as at.u.ve in Bessemer 'to aggression and a peaceful panv. Wvandotte. Mich.. war, 797;, Michigan Association of Sher- Bessemei. _,,,°:,_, ., o,,:aVr^ri th P ^nntmrt to *,mniv les who have visited this city. mer President Whrstles, sirens and horns siR- howei went terrorist and were killed in a clash on the Malysian border, police reported today. ! Two other policemen were injured in the brief exchange of fire on a rubber plantation Mon_ Fo] . day night, the police said. Other '~n Vison" reports said a border patrol ran into a band of Communists terrorists, and the Communists fled Goodricr. Goodyear Inland Steel Inter Chem Interl a k Ir Int bus Mach Int Nick Johns Man Kim C.'k LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mead Cp Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeta Std Oil Ind Std OP NJ Stauff Ch US Steel Wn Un Tel U— Up. D— Down. 94-: 8 D : 39 D 44" 8 D 54" 8 D 47Va D 42'b 31 D 1 341.1 463 D 1 ; Michigan iffs. and instituted various 1 a w- enforcement programs in Gogebic County. Alert to the needs of law enforcement he promot e d safety measures in traffic law enforcement; instituted the ma- He is survived by his wife; j settlement.' shooting VVlliOUCa, OlK-110 CJ.l^l ..U...U u.r, »,,,;„,, V.i.nL-0 01 /->,,t /-lf ')^ lUHOl-a. CU1U lilt. ^Ull naled the arrival of his 40 x 60- day and twice bioke 23 out of a exchange. !jan.>. »».»cmu^ii.<., ..i.v,.,.. „ „., rt^r.L-tiHo clay birds with a .20-gauge shot- awarded the contract to supply foot pen at dockbide. •= two sons, John and five grandchildren; a William;! Johnson predicted that "once the city's bulk salt and calci- ^^"l^.^^.^p^everv sister , the Communists know, as we urn chloride needs for the com- Namu languidly suriat-su eveiy ?un. : rine law enforcement program j and promoted compliance wi t h i various changes in laws enacted j , , , - . . Mrs. Peryl Truettner. Ann Ar- ; know, that a violent solution is ing year for a price of S13.20 per few minutes to bor, and a brother, James, Iror- impossible, then a peaceful so- i ton for bulk salt and $50 per ton sumed sw,mmng slowly wood. neath the water. it was near the estate of Ei- Kenya Demands Closing re '_ senhower's host^Howard Young ^ China Emba$ DC- ' NEW YORK (APi—Zero Mos- NAIROBIA, Kenya iAP> ; lution will be inevitable." i for calcium chloride. neain uie \\aici. te]< the Broadway comedy star. More than 5,000 persons meet- After his lengthy statements—! Long stated that thc Morton Namu was supposea o nave f ., Fiddler on tne Roofi - i s go -, inR at northwestern Brodrick ithey tcok about 25 minutes —\ Company was one of four com- shown up Tiiesdaj but iigmnmg ^ ^ television. ; Falls near thc Uganda border, ! .Tnhnsnn nnened the news con- ' panies that had identical bids and thunder loicea a aay s ue- ; annnnnr.ed Mondav Mos- orinntori * rpsninrinn ripmanriine l': 52'. s 48' 4 U 53 : '/s 81 D Mrs. C. r. Winkler Ijohnson opened the news con- '• panies iPffislature He was espe- Mrs - c - F - Winkler. Houghton, • ference to questions. ! but due to excellent service in lay. active in orornotlnK Civil 'former resident of B e s- H ev>-as asked whether the ! the past, he recommended that rpBulatlons cooperating semer - died Tuesday night a t United states is prepared with the city continue to buy from the with the county Civil De-, 8 *- Joseph's Hospital, Hancock, additional plans should North company. fpnsP nroeram The former Cora Mea S her Viet Nam escalate its activity? The Sinclair Refining Company, Sheriff Tenlen was born Oc' ! was bora in Bessemer. She Anr , whaf ahout DOS sible Chi- Ironwood, was given the contract Marenisco Personals CBS announced Monday Mos- adopted a resolution demanding tel will be costarred with Carol that the Chinese Communist em- Brunett in a comedy - variety bassy in Nairobi be closed, the hour special program. It will be: Kenya government information 'shown early next year. | department reported today. i A member of Parliament. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hill and LONDON (AP>—Queen Eliza- Masinde Muliro, told the meet- D '2; 9 1908 in Iron wood, the son of D s ;the late Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ten- s . I len, early 8 3i, B Vi ! at the jo.Lv.iJv- was a graduate of Northern nese reaction to the steps he an- to supply the city with its needs children, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs.; beth approved today the ap-i j ng the embassy was engaged Michigan University, Marquette nounced today he is taking? of gasoline. The Standard Oil Georg e Burns and child r e n . i pointment of Lord Casey as gov-| i n subversive activities, and the University of Minne- 1 Johnson said he did not wish Company, Ironwood, was award-. W ayne, and Mike Nurm i k k o.! ernor general of Australia. | _^*_ <-<i«*. 4.«..n.i^4- ; *^ T7i»»n-i-rt n-v* ri . ,. ,> . -r-i, i orltlTOpnnfrQpt f m* ni i m hp fs nnp —. . •. - *.j i — »• 4- v\ <-i ; •*• _ _• *~» n t :_ _ _ A ., ^, , -'i. • • ' ^ 7 • ' ——— THE WEATHER 30T 8 48' '•• U 66V a D 393s U 57 U 65V 8 D r !i miiitarv^service ApriTT' 1944. i Farm Board, past president of can°be contained "in this corner J 2 - 42 , cen ^ s P er ., gal l? n10f no num "'i and famUy spent a few days in; mor e than eight years. '''"He served in Company C of the'; the hospital board and a mem- O f Southeast Asia" without in- ber two fuej oil and 12.92 cents: Hancock wltn M rs. John Chris-' Ironwood'and aft e rlsota. She taught in Ewen and to speculate on that. But, he ed the contract for numbers one. Detroiti vaca tioned at thei Lord Casey, 74, is an Aus- the local schools he i Bessemer. added, "this country always will and two fuel oil and number one homes of Mr and Mrs . Will i s; tralian. He is the former R.G.| jyed in mining in turn! She was a member of t h e De prepared to protect the na- diesei fuel for tlie coming year: pennock and Mr and Mrs. Lou-;casey who until 1960 had been ai me Davis and Mont r e a 1 i Tuesday Club, the Irish Club, tional interests." at a pnce of , 2 cent ? p f r °.'\ is Conterio recently. ' ' Australian minister of external Mines until his induction for! and had been on the Good Will Aske d if he believes the war ° n for number one tuel oil.j Mr and Mrs . clarence Ryskey affairs (foreign secretary) for 47'-1 U 75 3 ^ D 43'-: U 46',-a U 3634 U 1/81 386th Infantry, in the continen- ber of St. : ' 8! tal United States until Jan. 14, ; Church. - tion, the President said "we 3 'S I 1945, when he received a medi-j Surviving are her husband, hope very much that it could." CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO <AP) — (USD A)lower; 1-2 200-220 Ib 24.50-24.75; ; kee, until he assumed on Jan. mixed 1-3 190-260 Ibs 24.00-24.50; I i, 1959, the duties of the office bulk 24.00-24.25; 2-3 250-290 Ibs of sheriff of Gogebic County to 23.50-2400; mixed 1-3 300-350 Ib which he was elected in Novem- sows 2225-22.85; 350-400 Ibs ber 1958. He was subsequent 1 y 21.50-2225: 400-450 Ibs 20 75-. re-elected three times, beginning 21.75- 2-3 450-500 Ibs 19.75-2075; ; his seventh year of service Jan. 500-600 Ibs 19.00-19.75. 1, 1965. Cattle 8.000; calves none;' On Dec. 17, 1936, Sheriff Ten- slaughter steers steady to 50 len married Miss Marian Olive higher; six loads prime 1,200-1 -, Bentzen of Ironwood at Chica- 350 Ib 29.00; high choice and! go, where she was then em- prime 1.150-1,350 Ibs 27.75-28.75;'ployed. They lived in Ironwood choice 1.100-1,350 Ibs 26.25-27.75; ! until they moved into the sher- six Ignatius Catholic volving a U.S.-Soviet confronta-' pe , r sallon for number one die-| tensen anc i family. Miss G a i 1 y OSTERSUND, Sweden (APi — sel fuel. , Ryskey remained to visit with! A helicopter carrying Sweden's Sinclair Refining Company was, Miss Anna christensen until they i K ing Gustaf Adolf to his fishing ,_ .,, » j-i • * -j i en a uf Q rri£>H tHF>.nnnrrar»t rn 1 . - ,_ T»;_I_: *-»* :_* ««.-.'. .. .. — . — i cal discharge. | C. F. Winkler; a brother, He added He was appointed by Sheri f f Joseph Meagher, Bessemer; two "avoid provoking Perlich as undersheriff, on Jan. nieces and two nephews. tation. 1, 1945, serving until June 20, Funeral services will be held Asked if Russian technicians ™ Yaf . n ,,,„<- „,„„„ rhp pnnn-apr Texaco wat> given tne conn act and Mrs Howard Rice and jured. for number 10W30 weight oil for, family in Hou ghton. j The king and his company a price of 80 cents per quart. j Mesdames Henry Dahl, Chris-1 switched to another helicopter 'Atlanta The fuel oil recommendations^ christensen and Warren Bal- 1 a nd continued the trip TEMPKKATl HKS IN IHONWOOD Wrdnrnday. July 1*. IIH.S. For 24 hr. p-.-rlod ending ;it 12 noon 2 p.m. 67 10 p.m. fia « a.m. ;">» 4 p.m. B9 Midnight K4 H a.m. SB 6 p.m. fi8 2 a.m. «i 10 a.m. <a 8 p.m. B7' 4 a.m. liO Noon 6« Barometer: G a.m. oO.OO; Noon 30.07. IMU^,, , 110 t ^ v, uu . u that he intends to also awarded tne ' contract to; return for her . Vicki Christensen h ut in northern Sweden Tuesday coking" that confron- ™™JL™ ^ W 1 ™^ ° r fnr J V came back to spend that time :made a forced landing on a numoeis, lu, ^u anci ju, 101 a hp ..p , vi fv, Gloria Rvskev. The • mnnnt.nin mparinw fniiowinp en-1 f 1956. Subsequently he returned Thursday morning at Houghton ar e manning the missile sites in Hogs 3.500; butchers mostly 25 to mining, working at the Peno- and burial will be at Saginaw.; North Viet Nam, Johnson said here with Gloria Ryskey. The • mountain meadow following en- 18 cents per quart ana Ry S k ey ' S also visited with Mr.; gm e failure but no one was in- JQ* p'lvpn thp rnntrapt . .- TT , T^: 1 r on the; Youths Fined $100 Apiece Four youths were fined S100 each today on charges of tip- he had no information i matter i To other questions, Johnson 1 said the United States has com! municated with most of the are based on firm prices over, cam drove to Du i uth to meeti' •Mrs. Russell Haralson, Crescent- The commission was ask e d. city calif., who will spend twoi by letter, to endorse the building | montns at ner nome ln Besse-, friendly nations of the world and ! of a new hospital to" replace; Briefly Told THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low I'rec. Albany, cloudy 83 52 .08 Albuquerque, cloudy 86 69 86 72 Bismarck, clear . Boise, clear ... Boston, clear .. Buffalo clear ... Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear mer The Cloverland Chorus will hPPn Pnnniir Gl ' and View Hos P llaL l Mr. and Mrs. George Bittner, | rehearse tonight at 8 at the Cleveland, clear been encom-; In the letter, the hospital: son John and daughter, Mary i Lake Superior District P o w e r Denver, clear 55 60 62 59 70 94 boxes in the City of Hurley, re-, ported Albert Stella, Hurley police chief. : Chief Stella said the four I tails. He declined to give de nnri nrimp iffs residence in the county jail,! youths, all from Racine, were 850-1100 Ib 'slaughter heifers 1 Bessemer, in January 1959. _ (observed in the act of tipping 26.00-26.50; choice 800-1,075 Ibs ! w " ' c «»"'"""< hv hl<: wl 24.00-26.00. Two Local Women On European Tour board of trustees stated that for i Ann Se ab'rook, Md., and Mr. I Co. nib-station lunch room. several years Grand View Hospi- and Mrs John B ittner and son, tal has been unable to comply !joeli p rospe ct Heights, 111., with the rules and minimum | spent a week with tneir mot her, standards of the Michigan De- > Mrs _ George Bittner Sr. A daugh- partment of Health and the reg- t Mrs A1 Tudes co, jo i n e d Ike Will Join Indian Tribe LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - Miss Frances E. Smith and ulations of the State Fne mai- them for sev eral days during wife; i over the boxes on July 4 on Hur- Mrs. Ruth Anderson, both of shal. ..... the week . Tne Bittner family ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ _ Tne license num . Curry stl . eet are among the The letter went on to state ; were also Iuncne0 n guests of Mr. Walker and three grandchildren, ! ber of the car was also observed 18 Europe-bound Northern tnat a new hospital will cost the ; and Mrs Ben Goldman of Iron' ' , He is survived by his He « i sunn eauy a , Wauke^an 111 ' one son Charles'' and the youths were then con- Michigan University alumni and taxpayers less because no gov-' wood . O n July 6, all the Bittner Fdwin^at' home- one broth e r, | tacted at their homes in Racine others, who are expected to ar- ernmental aid is available for a !family and Mr and Mrs Alv i n JliUWlll, CIL iiuim- , v***- w w ',___ . . _ ,, ____ , ___ __ ,1 __ . ,„ , _ , . _. fOi-nr\Holino- T^rno-T-am Hnf a ctiH_ i __ . ., _ . — ,_?_ Eino Tenlen. Grove, Wis., and by the Hurley police. i rive at Brussels Thursday, July remodeling program, but a sub- Ehrhardts Des Moines, clear . Detroit, clear Peterson Local 3547 will meet Fairbanks, cloudy Sunday, Aug. 1, at 7 p.m. at the ; Fort Worth, cloudy Bessemer Veterans of Foreign Helena, cleat- Wars club rooms. Nominations Honolulu, cloudy for treasurer will be held this meeting. Break-in Reported at Gun Club at Gurney at ; Indianapolis, clear Jacksonville, clear Junea.i, cloudy Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear hlTlll i frl lltMl \Jt L UVti VVltJ'i dii\^ '•" J ...— — — — ^ t . j. * . v- v*i, *_. iviuu^^u j.iiv*iu«^t*T, unij , . four sisters 'Mrs Herbert Carl- Hurley officials stated that 29 . en route on a three-w e e k stantial grant is available for a son Bessemer Mrs. Cornell u s| any person who is convicted of. tour of seven countries. """' lincnital Bonelender, Oak Lawn, Mrs. Former President Dwight Eisen- 1 ". ,~.' hower, currently vacationing in^L , A, the Vilas County area, will be ^p r -' n TPnle n ESS'SS'S Se {S."S. ™Sli -if SL'o'dlu™ in ,.. I11..I this crime in the future will; n-' receive the same treatment. The four men and 14 women new hospital. The commission then voted to Lake G o g e b i c I The Iron County sheriff's De- i Memphis cloudy were dinner guests of Mr. and partme nt, Hurley, reports that'Miami, cloudy "»*%.<-. T T7" TV JT^XTJ *-iVi/"il*-ir- ~ _ .. HiCil^iTnulron*-*!* Mrs. J. E. McNicholas. in addition to participating in the first NMU acknowledge the letter and en- home recently were a son in alumni-sponsored toUr, left De- dofrs , e tne bulldm S of a new hos- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Antoinc Jr. and family, placed on Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. troit Monday. July 26. via KLM Roya' Dutcn Airlines and spent Tuesday and today in The Hague, Holland. . a break-in occurred sometime Milwaukee, clear Guests at the Louis Conterio i D etween July 11 and 9 4 at the 1 Mpls -St P., clear ' ! " ! ppleton Rod and Gun c 1 u b 1 New Orleans, rain the Town of Gurney. i New York, clear The front door was forced i Okla. City, cloudy stated the officer, a n dj Oman*, clear 83 91 77 80 79 82 82 78 86 86 79 101 87 86 88 95 72 86 82 87 93 86 83 79 91 78 62 100 81 .04 .08 57 54 59 52 77 51 73 64 76 51 70 62 67 74 73 57 53 77 .11 .OS .05 .04 .15 Hurley thanking the city for supplying the City of Hurley with water while its water reservoir Roger Bachand and family of ,£| uo ' r and some boots w e r ej Philadelphia, cloudy 82 at trip Lac du Flambeau Indian ^ JUU ' IUL " """"- l ' ille and Norrle i Charlc.- Magdziak, 311 Tamar- many, Switzerland. Italy, France at the Lac du Flambeau Indian gports Clubs _ the Erwm C onser-! ack st ., who died Saturday, were and England. Md'lXn^aS momin S at 9 at After leaving Brussels - the uuuuu..,- ^ Mnn at 8-30 om aemonstra j a nd was a member of the for- gl Michael . s catholic Church, group will visit Bad Godesberg, t"as gi'anted tion at B.JU p.m. ,: mer St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Th _ fimRral Mass W as offered Heidelberg and Munich. Ger- . nf f ntr nn :, daughters and their famil i e s „ . ... , spend their vacation here with ity to cal for bids on a new Mr and Mrs wllllam Ro i a n d for the city. an The Eisenhowers arrived in, Bessemer. Acting on the request of many and children and Mrs: Margarent Palmer and children, all of Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. 3 the area July 20 and have been : D ^ c "4, ci -'. „. .. .. „ ., n . .. „,. by tne Rev Francis X. Ronkow- many: Lucerne, Switzerl and;; Iron wood taxpayers, City Attor-' enjoying a fishing vacation at! LIThe Fr „ nr !^ T,, , r La «v at v ski anri Interment was at River- Milan Rimini Rapallo, Venice ney David McDona id reviewed: the home of Howard Young near| Home w , 1 " I! , 0 .P en TJ 1 ", 1 , 5 n L iJ side Cemetery. and Rome. Italy: Nice a n d the statutes concerning the ques- Minocqua. The former presi-' p ' m - and Ij'^LSL, tn st Pa^ui Serving as pallbearers were P a r i s, France, and Lond o n, t ion of reopening the tax roll to .. - u dent and his wife have vaca-i J craains wllln , „? T rnnw'nn ri • E d w a r d Armata. Sylvester England. provide persons who are under a i Mercer bCOUtS Have tioned in the Vilas County area j ^JL^nera? se?vlJes win be PawlaK George Ma B dziak ' Lou ' ri T ! :e , KLM l ° V' beil ^, c ;° n " hardship, or with low incomes, 'Cubmobile Dcrbv' ° f " neral b ^ r . vrfc ,,H/U t un : is Pachmayer, Joseph Knis k a ducted in cooperation with Mar- who did not file a written appli- ^ u _°_ mijt " ie •-'eroy 2 p.m. *naa> w«n__inc and Frank Kolesar quette travel agency, includes ca tion with the board of re-1 , taken. A complete inventory o f Phoenix, cloudy Pittsburgh, clear Ptlnd, Me., clear Ptlnd, Ore., clear Rapid City, cloudy Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, clear Salt Lk. City, clear SetS Practice Tonight San Diego, clear WAKEFIELD - The Wake- San Fran., cloudy field Junior Sportsmen c 1 u b! Seattle clear will meet tonight at 6:30 at the Tamps, clear Wakefield Gun Club for varying lengths of time for the past four years. Defendant in Case Lives in Township The Waino R. Mattson who recently paid a fine in Ironwood Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg officiating. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery, Ironwood. Henry T. Antilla WAKEFIELD -- Henry T. An- - Cub Scout Pack .„,.„.,„..—.... , Out of town persons attending such historic sites as Westmin- view at its regular session, a |d °* °* Mercer will nave a Cub- the rites were Mr. and Mrs ister Abbey, the Eiffel Tower, chance to approach the board atj I" 0 .?, Casper G u z e k, Minneapolis: Notre Dame Cathedral, and the present time. MacDon a 1 d Joseph Guzek, Superior; Mr Runnymede, site of England's stated that nothing in the statutes , al OI J Tniu _ sda y Cemetery Road. and Mrs Jerry Grendziak, Mr John F. Kennedy Memorial. Concession stands will be in tlie c-ity tlie authority to Uo| ope rut-on ihe public is invitea and Mrs David Bonino, M i 1 Municipal Court for a traffic vio- tilla. T> Ramsay, died Monday ' waukee: Miss Lucille Pawlak, The flag flown over the ' lation resides in Ironwood Town-i night Ft his home. . Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Frank House in Washington is ta gave so. Tlie State Welfare Department to at l end Gun Club for rifle practice. The Wakefield club is a f - Ifillated with the National Rifle Association and has a shooting program of 22-caliber rifles and pistols. A state trooper will serve as certified instructor for tonight's session and all youths between the ages of 14 through 18 are in- Washington, cloudy Winnipeg, clear 106 80 80 81 85 84 83 92 79 67 77 89 92 77 M .02 72 1.03 57 . . 60 .. 82 .. 58 .. 58 .. 57 .. 60 69 .01 66 78 64 62 59 .. 5fi 78 04 69 49 .. (M-Missing) iT-Trace) ken reported that it will supply 15 Long, and he said the program! ship and not in Ironwoocl a si He was born Oct. 15, 1892 in Grendziak and John Grendziak, down if thc president leaves to men lo work on the city's base- 1 should get underway early next! previously reported. | Houghton. attended Hou g h t on | Bessemer. , be gone overnight. , ball fields and parks, stat e d.^eek. j RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:37. Sunrise tomorrow 5:37. Moonset tonight 9:20 p.m. First Quarter Aug. 4. Prominent Star — Spiea, seta 10:46 p.m. Visible Planets — Mars, to the right of Spica. Venus, low in west 9:26 p.m. Jupl- Most of the energy on earth ter, rises 2-43 a.m. Saturn, dut comes from the sun. t south 3:47 a.m. — — • vited to attend.

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