Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 28, 1965 · Page 18
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 18

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1963. U-M Official to Head University Of California Talk Is Given By Elmer Nurmi WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield Rotary Club held its weekly dinner meeting Monday evening at the Big Wheel R e s - taurant. Guests at the meeting were Rotarians Ed Anderson of Duluth and William Phillips of Ironwood. Anton Ringsmuth, prog ram chairman, introduced El in e r Nurmi, who spent eight months drilling for copper in P u e r to Rico. He presented interesting ''Dr. ROGER W. HEYNS By FELIX B. WOLD " Associated Press Writer * ANN ARBOR (AP) Colleagues say Dr. Roger -Hevns mnv hp pxactlv the rieht Rlco - He Presented interesting .tteyns may be exactly the light and colorful movies on scene ry man for heading the University ln the Puerto Rlco area and o| ,£^ fon ? la f, 1 * erk <: Ie y- ,. : Virgin Islands and gave a most ; 'This should be right up his interesting comment along with i^ y> ,» s on £ : ^ . tne Pictures. He stated that the . Dr. Heyns 47, vice president staple crops of tne area are for academic affairs at the bananaSi C ocoanuts, sugar cane I University of Michigan since, and coffee- However he s a , d 1962 was named chancellor of; the unusual part of the food .California's troubled Berkeley consumption, is that the staple! • branch Monday. food of the islands is rice, which' Student "free speech dis-- has to oe imported. His pro- if Aft lt\f* 4-f* n alt- $f» 4-fil?nn«mi* nf ' . r r > putes led to a sit-in takeover of ; Sproul Hall by undergraduates last fall, arrests. Police made many gram was thoroughly enjoyed by the Rotarians and guests, Pink, Blue Shower Michigan-born and Iowa-bred,, i Heyns is a stocky, vigorous Fetes Mrs. L Maki r man of moderate height. WAKEFIELD '- Mrs. Lauri ; iJiL^ Jn e % r LnL M ir? i g cS)~S! °- Maki was tne honored guest ; Joined the faculty in 1947-he at a r , ink and bl sho wer held , made a reputation for quiet Mondav evening in the First efficiency. (Lutheran parlors. Games were Heyns spent four years in the played a nd prizes awarded to psychological^ services _ of the :Mr * wil]iai £ Lane and Mrs _ FOR TIGHT SPOTS—The new X-22A, shown in photo, lower left, is a research aircraft built for the armed forces, it is designed for vertical takeoffs and landings and could be used in limited warfare or congested traffic areas. It could be the prototype of the commercial airliner of the future, as shown In sketch. Air travelers would fly from a roof of a downtown building or a parking lot and land In another city In a similar location. Einar Hyppa of Wakefield, and Susan Lindquist of Ironwood. A social time was held, and a feature of the evening's pro- Army Air Force during and after World 'War II. He rose rose from private to captain. An example of Heyns' administrative and persuasive talents is recalled at U. of M. | Maki ent iti e d "This Former Oov. Ross Bsi'iictt of Life *• Mississippi made a campus pa inen The guests also partici- 5E£L ar !£ ce ,.?' * J ™ ,^? n u5i! P ated '-" g«>uP singing. gram was a history of Mrs. Is Y o u r i Questions on Major Provisions Of Housing Bill Are Answered WASHINGTON (AP) — Here I A. Several things. For exam- views on Integration kept In the national limelight. him Some members of his student audience got out of hand. They made noise. Heyns, using a gently-applied football-style block, eased Barnett from the rostrum loudspeaker. "All right, cool it off," he told the obeyed. demonstrators. They Lunch was served to 30 guests from a buffet table attractively decorated in garden flowers. The honored guest was presented with many lovely gifts and a purse of money. Hostesses were the members of Elizabeth Circle of the church with Mrs. Norman Ahola and Mrs. Peter Tarnaski as co-chairman. Family Get-Together Held at Rosen Cottage WAKEFIELD — A family get-together was held Sun day afternoon and evening at t h e cottage of Dr. and Mrs. Simon i Rosen, Lake Gogebic. A total of answers under 146 relatives and friends attended event. A picnic dinner and . _>er were served, and the = — 0 . ... ...._.. participants enjoyed swim- his California appointment washing, boating, horse shoe con- announced. He takes office Oct. | tests, and other outdoor games, among relatives are spending a A group of Michigan legislators visited the U. of M. campus last week. Some legislators and university officials have been at odds recently over university spending and policy. They said afterwards they ^ U1 _. miu 1¥1IS . 011I10II were impressed by Heyns' Rosen, Lake Gogebic. A total of quick, concise --•-•—— "-- 1 —i •- - -• - - • interrogation. Heyns was at his Lake Michigan cottage in Holland when signature, ,.. v .. new feature of rent subsidies. 3 n, I ith lde i? t ' help them make their rundown wun us p ro p er ti es livable. Those with annual incomes of $3,000 or less Q. Will the government pay cou id get a grant of up to $1,500. part of the rent for everybody Tne bill also provides for 240,000 who thinks he needs a bigger or un it s of public housing, with a better apartment or house than i new feature intended to provide neAca " afford? housing quickly: up to 100,000 of A. No. in the first place, only these units could be obtained by those families whose income is purchase or rent of existing low enough to qualify them for i housing ' „ ab t th ordinarv How aDout tne ordlnai y the present kinds of public housing would be eligible. Q. How much is that? A. The figure varies from place to place and according to Al . family size. Local housing au- ftousin S' thorities set the level in each community. A family that _ TTA . -—^-. — -—-, meets this income test is inad- i FHA-msured homes for service- equately housed, or elderly or i men and veterans with reduced i . * • _ _ . Hrttlf ri T^n TJ rv»di4-c' rtv»rf n *^m»r »O n« home owner or would-be home owner? A. in general, existing b ^ ^ mortgage guarantee Dasuan Day in History Humphrey Says Head-Start Program Must Be Continued DETROIT (API—The federal'by and large, helped lead dovoi- Head-Start program will be ajopment of local poverty pro- false start unless local com-, grams." munities continue the work be- ; on Monday, Detroit Mayor gun this summer, Vice Presi- Jerome Cavanagh outlined plans dent Hubert Humphrey warned to store economic and soclologl- that the city problem ;i s a national problem and that to solva it there must be a ^allocation of our national resources," ha said. here Tuesday. Indonesia Expects to Explode Atomic Bomb JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP)_ that Indonesia is likely to explode its -* v- * ,..x.uv4L«jr. c&l data in computers so mat *»**.««-'..V..J.M .^ ..,.%..,, wv w^v^iuuc na Humphrey discussed the pre-'city officials "can take the pulse first atomic bomb after the sec- school training program and of any section of the city." ond Afro-Asian conference In Alother antipoverty measures at. Also available, he said, is a giers next November, the direc- the National League of Cities' | storage bank containing de- tor of army arsenals said to- 42nd annual Congress of Cities, j scriptions of every building by i day. "It will do the Head-Start' a S e ' value anrt condition, and' Brig. Gen. R. Hartono's state- child very little good if he must j otner ta P es on income, educa- ment in the armed forces news- return to the same housing to tlon - a B e ancl race of eacl1 paper Ngyatan Bersendjata did the same unemployed, illiterate I neighborhood's residents. ; not elaborate on the bomb proj- „ ^ ±~ ii-_ .! said Detroit, has ect. President Sukarno said rec- parent, to the same neglected school system," he told his audience of city officials from around the nation, The vice president also called i ma , tlon ^ neighborhood "on 25 again for creation of a cabinet- ; Cerent socia factors such as crl " ie - Juvn " e delinquency WCl V allclgll U141 V.I *-*• V-U» \J1V 1 It-lU VjV* t , A lV.L.11\.l\~.lltI K/MIXU1. *1V/ OCliVA J. Cti™ "developed the first social data ently Indonesia would be cap- bank of its kind In the nation." : able of producing the borrib "In This, he said, contains infor-ithe near future." matlon by neighborhood "on 25 i level Department of Urban Af- , welfare load, health problems, , ership," he said. Humphrey said been some problems in the area of federal-local cooperation. "But the fact is," he added, "we are happy in Washington that our nation's mayors have, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, July 28, the 209th day of 1965. There are 156 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1932, Ma]. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, acting under White House orders, drove the veterans' "Bonus its reduction in margin requlre- Army" .from Washington. The'ments for buying common veterans, originally 10,000 ; stocks was not ordered to tool- strong, had camped In make- ! ster stock prices or to stimulate shift shacks in an effort to force j credit and speculation Immediate payment of a cash! one year ago— President John bonus to which they were entl-!p. Kennedy's widow, Jacque- fairs. And he promised implementation of a league proposal for "large-scale research projects to be brought lems of urban ,.,^ s —^^c^,..,,, of the kind we have utilized in' na ^ e the federal government in space • and defense." "My 20 years in political life, from mayor to vice. president, have taught me what I only vaguely understood when I was """"^ "««"««' « <= a muso uc a political science teacher • that jumped because they bear no the key to success of a great' relation to tne developing urban national program is local imple- s P rawl - mentation and imaginative lead- Milwaukee Mayor Henry W. IMaier, league president, called for legal aid, truancy and dropouts." researcn oroiects Tnese data - wnen coordinated, to bear on prob- " wil1 flasn dar "K er signals when n living—researt-n ! nei 8 nDornood s are beginning to ._ ^— ... ! ,,___, "•:__ ihave problems," the mayor said. "We will not have to wait until the problem is a crisis." Before Cavanagh's talk. Prof. Leonard Reissman of Tulane University said old city and i state boundaries must be there havei for dire ct block grants to cities from the federal government. "There is no question now but tled on less Immediate terms. and similar programs are con- , . . __.- I , tmued - Tnere is a new P lan of handicapped, or has lost Its housing because of official con- 1. With Berkeley's 35,000 stu dents, he termed the chancellor and visitation and friends. The Rosens demnation of property or natural disaster, would be eligible \ ? or nousin S for the subsidies. ls Provided. Q. How much help would this down payments and a new plan for rural housing loans. An extra $150 million for direct loans for the elderly also mean? A. The family would pay rent equivalent to 25 per cent of its income. The subsidy would cov Q. Does the anything about legislation do city improvement and real estate development? A. A number of things. There / r „__ _ __.„._. wvl> _ v . ! AIIV* 4tiUOCilO CliC OUdlUlIlti, H, *^ -.»•.-*. *-"+* T . ••• *.*. i«.t^*.4.An^v»A. \t± viJAll^hJ* ^ Al\^t W job an "imposing challenge." i two week vacation at their cot-l er tne differenc . e between that! are grants for urban beautifica- TJtb OQlrf VlA Tlorf Y\r\ *^rt •***•( miln m. , A _* i ' .... . "f J tTIITO QTlrf Q •Foil* 1»*5*^4- £r\v» nn fn ! +1 n*+ n*%rl lnv««9 t »^ u.«_..._ ^-^ ^.^.i. and friends. ; « --u c» — * ' ui»vy ITV.V'JV V C*V- said he had no particular j tage and also are visiting at ideas at this time what to do i the home of Mr. and Mrs Eddie about student unrest though de- Riutta and with other relatives daring "we're going to have to - do something about this." "Big universities are all pretty complicated places," he Said. . He said Berkeley's troubles probably were the result in part of student feelings of "anonymity and depersonalization." He said the same conditions were found on other campuses. Heyns, son of a schoolteacher, received his master's degree in psychology at Michigan In 1942 and his doctor's degree in 1949. Michigan made him dean of its Liberal Arts College in 1958. He then was 40, youngest man ever to get the post. Heyns and his wife, the former Esther Jean Gezon of Grandville, have three sons- Michael, John and Daniel. Luther League Picnic Scheduled Thursday BESSEMER — The L u t h e r League of the Sharon Lutheran Church will picnic at Little Girl's Point Park, Lake Superior, Thursday. Assembly for transportat 1 o n will be at the church at 12:30. Cars will leave promptly at 12:45. The picnic lunch will be potluck; those attending are expected to bring their own dishes and silver. * MUSIC THURSDAY NITE BY THE GALAXIES. WHITE BIRCH INN — BESSEMER Piua t Hamburgers Served Daily Wakefield Briefs Guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Riutta, were Mrs. Mayme Cooney and Mrs. Joyce Masle of Dearborn. They also visited at the Gogebic Hospital with Mrs. Cooney's stepfather, Steffa Riutta, and at the William Hill home in Ironwood. Miss Barbara Salmi, daughter of Mrs. Katherine S a 1 mi, left for Ann Arbor where she is now employed at the University of Michigan. Miss Darla graduate of Jasberg, a Wakefield June High School, left for Ann Arbor to be employed at the University of Michigan. She was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jasberg, who spent the past two weeks visiting relatives in Detroit, and in Ann Arbor where Mr. Jasberg consulted at the clinic. Jacqueline Jelich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Jelich, Milwaukee, is spending the summer with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Velin, Plymouth Location. Miss Paulette Wert a n e n , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tauno Wertanen, left for Ann Arbor to be employed at the University of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Renaldo Negri and family, Marquette, former Wakefield residents, are visiting Mrs. Negri's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novak, and other relatives and friends. Diver Robert Stenuit and Jon r.indbergh, son of Charles A. Lindbergh, spent 49 hours on the ocean floor in an inflatable rubber house, as pa,rt of inventor Edwin A. Link's Man-in-Sea project. figure and a fair rent for safe and sanitary housing. Q. The government would just pay the family's difference? landlord the A. Not to just any landlord — no private landlord renting property for profit. The payments could be made to groups like churches, cooperatives, la bor unions or limited-dividend organizations building or own ing moderate cost housing. Part of the idea is to encourage such groups to build housing. The present bill would help finance 375,000 family units. Q. Does the bill do anything else for inadequately housec people? tlon and land improvement, an additional $325 million for acquisition of land to be kept in open spaces, a new mortgage Lodge Picnic To Be Sunday BESSEMER — The Bessemer Order of Runeberg will hold its annual picnic Sunday at L i 111 e Girl's Point, Lake Superior, beginning at noon. The picnic, originally scheduled to be held on Aug. 8, was changed due to conflicts. Members and friends planning to attend are asked to bring either i. salad or hot dish for the dinner menu. The lodge will provide the beverage and dessert. In the event of inclement weather, the picnic will be held at the Anvil Civic Club. CURVES GET NEW YORK 'EM ALL (AP) — in the for ALL OCCASIONS New shipment of Gift Ideas just in— Extra special gifts you will be probd to give. •ANNIVERSARIES • BIRTHDAYS •WEDDINGS • PARTIES OPEN Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun. 6.-30 to 8 PM. The SATIN BOW Gift Shop In WtkelUld Ski Lodgt Syd.lla', of Wake. upcoming motion picture, "Ship of Fools," actor Lee Mar v i n plays an ex-ballplayer, Bill Tenny, who never made it to the major leagues because h e couldn't hit the curve ball. Too bad Tenny (or Marvin) didn't play for Casey Stengel. The manager of the Mets would have platooned him. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Tonight. Thursday and Friday—Twice Evenings at 6:45 and 9:00 Also 3 Stooge Comedy and Cartoon. ment — and the urban renewal programs for slum clearance and the like are continued. On this date In 1750, composer Johann Se- carriage in- carriage in- ^29 a J.o<s», A vented by Sir Goldsworth Gurney traveled from London to Bath, England, and back at 15 miles an hour. In 1896, Miami, Florida was incorporated with a population of 260. In 1914, Austria declared war on Serbia at the opening of World War I. In 1946, Gen. Charles Gaulle urged an alliance __ tween France and Britain to help offset the emergence of United States and Russia as the two major world powers. Ten years ago — Three dishonorably discharged soldiers, who had renounced the United de be- assistance program to assist in States for life in Red China two assembling tracts for develop- -- - years before, arrived in San Francisco. Five years ago—The Federal Reserve Board declared that line, announced she had bought a cooperative apartment on New York's 5th Avenue. P6//ce Officer Is Exonerated NEW YORK (AP)—A Kings County (Brooklyn) grand jury has exonerated a 24-year-old white policeman who shot and killed a Negro ex-convict in j sidewalk struggle. The grand jury reported Tues day that patrolman Sheldon Li bowitz "acted in a lawful and justifiable manner in defense o himself" against Nelson Erby 28. The grand jury, which heard 37 witnesses, reported that the facts failed to warrant an indictment. Limestone consists of the accumulation of skeletons of marine invertebrates. One hour from now, you could be sitting in your own Chrysler... counting up year-end savings! Yes, you. Forget that you considered Chrysler's size and class and luxury beyond your reach. Just remember that half our models used to be priced only a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars, comparably equipped. Now add to that our year-end savings and you've got yourself the buy of 1965. If you hurry, that is. 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