TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. Social Welfare Program Report Is Presented BESSEMER — Cost of operating the Gogebic County Social Welfare program during the first six months of 1965. ending June 30, was §551,094.85 of which $111,652 was county tax funds and $4.'9,442.85 from state, federal and other sources. Receipts during the six months totaled S586.442.85, including a county tax appropriation of $147, 000 and $439,442.85 from other sources. On current years operations, the department shows a balance of $35.348, on June 30. which ic absorbed by the deficit of $136,S?8 15, on hand on Dec. 31, 1964, which had accumulated over a period of many years, leaving the cash status of the fund $101,290.15 in the red. The breakdown of expenditures for the various social welfare programs follows: Direct Relief — total cost, $128,349 84, including S33.460 8 1 county funds, and 894,889.031 state payments and refunds I Oogebic Hospital —total cost, $257,09d 12, of which $27,439.19 was county funds; and $229,-1 853.93, state funds including! $192,547.78 from the federal and ! state medical aid to the aging' fund and $37,106.15 other sour-1 ces. j * * * 1 Hospitalization of social wel-' fare recipients in general hos- 1 pltal-$144.347.97. including $31,473.89, county funds, and $112,874.08, state contributions. Administration — S21.303.92, of which the county cost was $19.270.31 and state contribution toward the rental of office ac- comodations was $2,025.81. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING The New VILLA GO-GO BAR Hiway 77 Now Open Pence, Wis. Jackovich prop. DANCE Saturday Night ARMORY at ihe MUSIC BY: Sugar Btn t Crystals and JIM REED 8:30- 11:30 PM Admission: $1 per person Sponsored by: Blue Knights Drum & Bugle Corps DANCE - DANCE - DANCE SATURDAY NITE - MUSIC & GALAXIES White Birch Inn BESSEMER OLD FASHION POLKA MUSIC Saturday Night by Magdziak fc Pet» Baraione FIRE HALL INN Sophie St. Bessemer Capital outlay — none during the six months. Average costs per month o f operat'on of the program was $91.850. Genera' statistical Information included in the report follows: Direct relief recipients — estimatpc: unemployed In Gogebic County in June. 500, as compared with 600 in May, and 600 in June 1964; per cent of unemployed in June. 7.8, as compared with 8.8, the precedi n g month New cases added in June, 48: case? closed. 73; cases receiving direct relief in June. 253 as compared with 278 i n May and 289 in June 1954. Direct relief expended in June. $19,127 17 as compared w i t h S26.427.4C the previous mo n t h and $23,794.64 a year ago. •» * * Average cost per case in June $69.73. Hospitalization (Other than Gogebic Hospital — new admission to general hospitals i n June, 54: carried over from the previous month 20; discharges in June. 48. Pood Stamp program for June: Number of households eligible for participation, 607, including 354 who are receiving public assistance through direct relief or the various aid programs formerly administered through the Bureau of Social Aid; and 235, who are not public assistance recipients, but are on social security 01 in the low income category Number of persons eligible. 1.779. Including 923 in the PTA category; and' 856 in the NPA category. Number of household participating in June, 467 or 76 per cent of those eligible; included are 257 on PA programs; and 210 NPA. * * * Number of persons participating, 1,402 including, 711 PA and 691 NPA categories. Total value of coupons purchased in June. $27,016, including value of coupons, $18,911 plus bonus coupons, $8,105. Per cent of bonus coupons, 42, value of bonus coupons per pers o n, $5.78 Gogebic Hospital statistical information: Average patient load in June, 138. Total patient days from January through June, 24.862. Total expenditures through June $257,093 12, of Which $14,171.97 was county funds and the remainder state contribution, refunds and other payments. Average cost per patient per day through June, $10.34. Average monthly cost per patient through June, $311.26. Cost to county for six months, $14,171.97 * + * Average monthly cost to county, $2,361 99. Average cost to county per patient per day, 56 cents. Cost of operation for June was $42 920.13, of which $28,502.24 was provided by the state througn MAA and other p r o grams; $7,317.17, refunds and collections; $5,325.54, state participation in operating costs; $1.775.18, county participation in net opprating costs. The expenditures of $42,920.13, itemized in the report include $1,171.55 for administration; $17,995.66. salaries of nurses, aids, and orderlies; $4,384.46, kitchen employes; $6,269.51, laundry, cleaning women and janitors; $1,644.19, food; $1,291.32, therapy services and supplies; $577.72, doctor, pharmacy and tech n i- cian; ."5797.92, medical expense; and the remainder itemized for utilities, supplies, vacation, sick leave and retirement costs, maintenance and other expense. Man Charged In Car Mishap WAK'EFIELD - Ralph Peterson, 21, Watcrsmect, was charged by Michigan State Police j with driving too fast for condi-! tions in an accident that took! place early Thursday morning on old US-2 in Watersmeet Town-1 ship, about a half mile east of! Watersmeet. it has been reported. Police also stated that Peter-; son and a passenger. Darlenei Bailey. 29. Watersmeet, were injured and were taken to Northwoods Memorial Hospital at Phelps for treatment. ; According to the report, PC-' terson was going east on US-2; when he lost control of the cavj on loose gravel, went off the] road on the left side of the pave-i ment and rolled over. He will ap-j pear before Judge Wilfred Jen-! sen, Watersmeet. on the charge, j authorities said. The car was re-, ported to be extensively dam-1 aged. Berry's World Bessemer Briefs Darryl Pricco left for Los Angeles after vacationing for a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D-rnte Pricco. George Pricco, of Walnut Creek, Calif., is visiting h i s mother, Mrs. Ernest Pricco. He is accompanied by Max Pricco, son of the Arthur Priccos of Walnut Creek. Brown's Cafe Exceptionale It isn't difficult to find a good place to dine . . . especially when Brown's Cafe Exceptionale is so conveniently located'in the Range Area ... No matter where you are in Gogebic county you re just a few minutes from some of the best eating pleasure in the world ... Yes Sir, get your special event off to a good start . . . Dine at Brown's, their menu is matchless . . . the service is supreme and the atmosphere is congenial . . . Come soon, you re always welcome. Brown's Cafe Exceptionale FREE PARKING BESSEMEfl ON U.S. 2 PHONE 667-9141 Legion Post Plans Picnic at Meeting WAKEFIELD — At the meet-j ing of the American L e g i on, Geroux Post, Wednesday even-! ing, it was decided by the group! to hold a Legion picnic Sunday. | Aug. 8. with a politick lunch to ; be served. Further information on the time and place of this event will be announced. The members also decided to hold an "open house" of their new quarters for the gene ral public Sept. 25. The new quarters are in the process of being remodeled and it is expected that the remodeling and renovat- ', ing will be completed by that time. Howard Kaerwer. post commander, reminded the members that the 1966 dues are now pay- '. able. After the meeting a fish fry was served by Ben No v a k and Earl Sibley. Wakefield Briefs i M embers of the Wakefield volunteer fire department were called out Wednesday afternoon to extinguish a fire in a vacant! "shack" south of the Miljevich; property in the cemetery loca-i tion. The building was des-i troyed by the blaze. Cause of: the blaze was unknown, fire-i men stated. I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cole.' Chicago, spent a week's vacation I visiting at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur Haapoja. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Napoll-i tano. Cicero. 111., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson. Brotherton Street. Mrs. Napolitano was the former j Eleanor Maki, Wakefield. j Mrs. Francene Mahon has re-j turned from Marquette where; she spent a month visiting her! parents. Thomas Yatchak and daughter, Detroit, spent several days visiting Mr. Yatchak's brother and sister in law; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yatchak, and family,, Hancock Street. j Mrs.William Roberge is spend-i ing several days in Iron Moun-! tain visiting relatives a nd' friends. '• Mr. and Mrs. Erland Mattila, 1 Osborn, Ida., are spending a two week vacation at the home of Mrs. Olga Mattila, and with other relatives and friends i n this area. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niemi! and sons, Waukegan, 111., are spending a two week vacation with Mrs. Niemi's parents, Mr and Mrs. Cosmo Bonello, and with Mr. Niemi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rinne Niemi. Mrs. Fred Lane has returned from St. Louis, Mo., where she visited her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane, and family. Mrs. Aliina Heikkila, Waukegan, 111., is spending a vacation with her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Met- tila, and other relatives and friends. , The Immaculate Concept 1 o r. | Circle, Daughters of Isabel 1 a , ! will meet Tuesday night at 8 in I the Knights of Columbus clubrooms. The trustees are to meet at 7:30 to audit the books. Serving on the refreshment committee will be Mrs. Steven Banfield Mrs. Adolph Rigotti, Mrs. H.C Anderson and Mrs. Patrick Sullivan Sr. © 1965 by NEA. Inc. "White Knight Alpha says we're in an area w/iere t/ier« ore more advisers than adyisees!" Wheat Harvest Ahead of 1964 LANSING fAP) — Michigan's wheat harvest is ahead of last year with nearly half of the acreage harvested by this week. Some southern counties almost had completed the harvest, said the Federal-State Crop Reporting Service. The oat harvest also was started in southern counties. Good progress was being- made in the winter barley harvest as most southern counties finished combining. The dry weather that advanced the harvest was holding back growing crops. Most counties in the southern two-thirds of the state have been experiencing a moisture shortage for at least two weeks. A few counties have been continuously short for more than a month. Corn and early beans continued to make good progress except in those counties most seriously hit by dry weather. Late planted beans were growing slowly and stands were uneven. Pasture growth and second crops of hay were held back by the drought. Corn was affected in most areas as leaves started to roll. Most active growing crops were in need of rain. The tart cherry harvest continued in volume. The harvest was nearing completion in southwestern Michigan and was starting in volume in the northwest section. The early peach and apple har- vest had started in the southwest. Blueberries and raspber- i ries continued to move to market in volume amounts. The digging of potatoes was! increasing in volume in Bay j County. The celery and lettuce! harvests continued. The supplies of green beans, slicer cucumbers, sweet corn, tomatoes and other vegetables continued to \ increase. i Youth Is Turned Over To Michigan Police CHICAGO (AP) — Adrian Hahnenberg, 18, was turned over to police Thursday for extradition to Michigan after federal charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution were dismissed by U.S. Commissioner C. S. Bently Pike. Hahnenberg was arrested by the FBI Monday on a warrant issued in Grand Rapids where he is charged with cashing bad checks written on the First State Bank of Greenville. Family Get-Together Held at Lake Gogebic WAKEFIELD — Mrs. Roderick Laird and son. Mich a e 1 , Oak Lawn, 111., visited at the home of Mrs. Laird's mother, Mrs. Katherine K e s k ey, and other relatives and friends. She is the former Arlene Keskey. During her week's stay here, "a i family get together was held at] the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dianich at Lake Gogebic. A picnic supper was served to about 30 relatives and friends. Boating and other outdoor activities were enjoyed. 2 Communities To Pick Queens EAGLE RIVER — Lac d U Flambeau and Presque Isle have yet to select their Blueberry Queens and queen selection festivities in honor of Wild Blueberry Month in Vilas County are planned for this weekend. Flambeau's queen will b e crowned Saturday at 8 p.m. following a day-long sweet corn roast In downtown Flambeau. Flambeau's famous s q u a xv bread, made according to an old Indian recipe, and free blueberry pie will be featured at the outdoor roast that begins at l p.m. Contestants for Flambeau ' B queenship will participate In a blueberry picking contest at 6:30 p.m. The Indian Bowl will be open during the day tor visitors and the coronation will be followed by a street dance. The new queen will receive a $25 savings bond. Presque Isle Day is Sunday, August 1, and In addition to choosing a 1965 Blueberry Queen, a full day of fine eating and entertainment is planned by the Presque Isle C h t. mber of Commerce and the American Legion Auxiliary. A bratwurst bake with hot dogs, ham and barbecue dinners is set for 12 noon. A log sawing contest at 3 p.m. will be open to both men and women. Booths will be set up and games conducted in the afternoon at the coinmun i t y building. An interesting feature of t h e Presque Isle program will be an industrial tent display i n g works by local craftsmen. Products from Steincraft, unusual and attractive rock craft, apron, and art work will be sold. Selection of Presque Isle's Blueberry Queen is set f6r 8 p.m. at the community building and will take place prior to a cash drawing. First prize in the drawing is S200, second prize $100 and third prize S50. A dance at 9 p.m. follows t h u drawing. Flambeau's celebrations will kick off the Lions club carnival August 3-8 in downtown Fl a m- beau. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Time Tonight Twice Evenings at 6:45 & 9:00 "MARA of the WILDERNESS" Plus—3 Stooge Comedy and Color Carfoon Lajos Kossuth, Hungarian patriot, was born Sept. 19, 1802.1 Hustle in. we may still have ihe '65 Chrysler you want, Final shipments are in, and our selection is at its best right now. So are the deals. If you like the looks, size and class of a Chrysler, and you want to save a fat bundle on the model you prefer — don't dawdle. The last of the most popular Chryslers ever built are moving fast. Join all the Happy Ptoplc her* = SATURDAY NIGHT 1 T° "DICK'S TRIO" I Yes, they'll «U be having the time of their S lives Saturday night at Bingo'i. Make ~ special plans to attend now! SE Good Food-Drinks and the Best Music == PIZZA also served == BINGO'S BAR & DANCEHALL 1 Located l'/i Mil.i Northeast of Inleneclion = in Wakefield on M-21 = II Truly Great Entertainment ENJOY the "TOPS MUSIC and DANCING Saturday Night Featuring MICKEY RYDESKI and the BALKAN STRINGS Pizza Served Nightly BALKAN INN Walwfield, Michigan CIDAA We all share in Customer Care GOGEBIC AUTO CO., INC. 115 E. Cloverland Drive Day in History Today is Friday, July 30, the 211th day of 1965. There are 154 days left in the year. Today's highlight In history: On this date In 1619. the first American representative legislature assembled at Jamestown, Va. The governor and council were appointed by the London Company and only the lower house, the Burgess, was elected, with only taxpayers eligible to vote. On this date In 1733, ihe nrst lodge of Freemasons In America, known to have been constituted on written authority of the mother Grand Lodge of England, was opened In Boston. In 1863. President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed protection of Negro troops from Confederate forces. In 1898, Germany's "Iron Chancellor," Prince Otton von Bismarck, died. In 1909, the War Department accepted its first airplane, built by the Wright Brothers on military specifications. In 1918. Joyce Kilmer, the au- jthor of "Trees," was killed In action in France. Ten years ago—A Communist China spokesman in Geneva announced that 11 U.S. fliers, : Jailed on espionage charges tn 1954, would be released on Aug. 3. Five years ago—Former Pres^ ident Syngmnn Rhee lost control | of both houses of the legislature i In South Korea's first election I under its revised constitution. i One year ago — President j Johnson in a surprise announce- 1 ment eliminated Atty. Gen. Rob! ert Kennedy and five other ad- I ministration officials from con| sideration for the Democratic 1 vice presidential nomination. BRITAIN'S HARBORS Great Britain's many excellent harbors are a result of a change In the earth's surface. Sinking ! of the whole Island in prehistoric times brought the sea into the river mouths and made many bays. Coming Saturday and Sunday Showing Twice Evenings at 6:45 and 9:00 Elvis Presley starring in: "GIRL HAPPY" In Panavision and Metro Color i IN APPRECIATION The Family of the Late Mrs. Estella Garcia wishes to acknowledge the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy. RESIDENTS and VACATIONERS! The Spot for Summer Fun is the SPORTS BAR in Wakefield Ml 1C I/" Ever X Saturday IflUjlV. Night featuring music by JOHN & DON FISH FRY FRIDAY Chicken, Pizza, Ravioli Sat. The Bent Food on ihe Range *• Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo! Ill Ifs FUN! It's MAGIC! GUS GUS Funniest mouse you've ever seen! JAQ Happiest mouse you ever met! FAIRY GODMOTHKK Quaint, plump and magical! \\S\LT DISNEYS TECHNICOLOR* (MM tNsiwi PmkxtMt PLUS .. . DISNEY FEATURETTE! THRILLING! SPECTACULAR! 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