Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, July 31, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1965. Inois with a bachelor of science degree in metallurgical e n- gineering. He is a register e d professional engineer and member of the American Society for Metals, American Institute o f Metallurgical Engineers, Association of Iron and Steel Engineers and The British Iron and Steel Institute. Perry, his wife, the for mer Mary Catherine Maag, and their six children, plan to move to Chagrin Falls in the Cleveland area soon. THOMAS E. PERRY Has Promotion With Republic Thomas E. Perry, North Can- Help Is Asked in Anti-Litter Drive "There ought to be a law," is a frequent remark heard when a person sees a particularly offensive case of littering along our highways or beaches. Officials of Keep Michig a n Beautiful, Inc., are al w a y s quick to point out that there is a law against littering. It w a s enacted by the Michigan legislature and put into effect 1 n October of 1963. Since that time an increasing ton, O., son in law of Mr. and gj°f * ^^f I( are being Sas'been^a^'^f ***?"%' ' Sr^tSta?SfSl«? Michig a n has been named assistant to the, st f v n \\ce records alone indi- chief metallurgist for Republic cat?th7t durins 1964 a total of Steel Corp., William Rodger s, «f S on V r »| re arrested tor chief metallurgist, has f^L?™ arrested for announced. In his new position, which became effective immediat e ly, Perry is located in Republic's general offices in Cleveland. Perry, who has been with Republic since 1948, has been in the company's Massillpn and Canton Central Alloy District, where he has served as assistant district metallurgist since 1961. He started as a laboratory metallurgist at the Canton steel plant and was named titanium metallurgist in 1951. H e was appointed staff metallurgist in 1957 and served in that capacity until being named assist- littering. Fines for a particular offense can go as high as $100, at the discretion of the courts, but can also result in the offender cleaning up a given area along a highway or beach if the judge thinks it appropriate. Law enforcement o f f i c a li have indicated that they neec more support from the general public in apprehending litterbugs. They point out that an officer cannot possibly see all violations, and that in some cases there are witnesses who simply "do not want to become involved." Keep Michigan Beautiful, Inc., Gem, Mineral Show Is Slated A giant gem and mineral how is being arranged by the shpeming Rock and M i n eral Uub, Inc., to take place during he three days of the Upper Peninsula Firemen's Tour n a - nent, Aug. 5, 6 and 7. An extravaganza of beautif u J gemstones, a r t i s tically handcrafted by local hobbyists and nformative displays of rare and exotic mineral specimens ill be placed on display. Two large rooms in the S t John's School on South Pine St. in Ishpeming will provide ,he setting for the gem show. Members of the rock and meneral club are busily work- ng on plans and displays which will make this a very unusual exhibit. The educational committee is working on displays which will be rotated through the schools of Marquette County durin g the coming school year. These displays will be featured at the gem show. MORE FROM MARS — Mars presents a pockmarked face resembling the moon's to Mariner IV's camera eye with craters estimated by scientists to be billions of years old. This shot, No. 11 from the spacecraft's historic photographic flyby of the red planet, shows the area called Atlantis between Mare Sirenum and Mare Cimmerium. (NEA Telephoto) Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Monday, Aug. 2 "The wise man controls h i s ant chief metallurgist for Cen- \ currently being coordinated destiny. tral Alloy. • through the Michigan State .Astrology points the Since Republic's first vacuum chamber of Commerce, points degassing unit was installed in out that we all are already in- 1962, Perry has become recog- volved to the tune of $750,000 a nized as an authority on de-; year for clean-up costs in Michi- gassed steels and had presented j gan. many technical papers on the, "A coordinated enforcement subject in both the United States' effort by the police and the pri- and Europe. vate citizen can help to save Perry was born in Evanston, this money for more worthwhile 111., received his early educa- projects, such as beautification tion there and later was gradu- projects, or other positive pro- ated from the University of 111-, grams," said KMB officials. IT'S PlAftf KRA*Y... THESE- PRICES! 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Accent on permit full play to intuitive in- original approach. tellect. CANCER (June 21 — July LIBAR (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): 22): Obtain hint from Gemini Highlight personality, personal message. Spotlight responsibi- appearance. Be receptive. Avoid; lity. Deal with those in author-! senseless dispute. Aries indivi-l ity. By-pass those "tied up" ' dual may need your help. Give by red tape. Go directly to it! You will be amply repaid, source. Get information — act j Cycle remains high. A semicolon? I'm not sure—try two short thumps and a riff!' ;on knowledge. LEO (July 23 — Aug. 22): Indications point to active time. Reds Plan New W. Berlin Wall By HUBERT J. ERB BERLIN (AP) — Refuge Hundreds of locally h a n d • crafted gemstones will make up a dazzling display of cabachon- and free form stones. Hand- worked silver settings will embrace gemstones. Live demonstrations of lapidary will be taking place throughout the gem show. Club members will explain the various procedures necessary to grind, sand and polish. Demonstrations of silversmithing and silverplat- ing will take place periodically, throughout the show. Slide programs on mineral club activities will be shown at frequent intervals. A feature of the gem show will be a first showing in Mar quette County of a priceless collection of heirloom jewelry. Three local rock shops will have booths where specim e ns, machinery, jewelry and ma n y other gifts may be purchased. Woman Is Sentenced For Bank Robbery GRAND RAPIDS (AP)—U.3. District Judge Raymond W. Starr Thursday sentenced Mrs. Hazel V. Foster of Commerce to 10 years in prison. She had pleaded guilty to charges or bank robbery. Mrs. Foster was charged with taking $2,180 from a branch of The Central Bank in a holdup last May 25. NOTICE Montreal Lodge will be closed for alterations and new entrance from July 30 to August 6th. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 —Nov. 21): ! soldiers say East Germany's Key to accomplishment is ver- Communist regime is planning satility. Don't count on only a sunken wall around West Ber- Contacts, travel and sales fea- j one person, method. Expert- lin that will be less noticeable tured. Spread influence. Exude ment, find your own way. Keep and more effective, confidence. When people praise steady pace. Check records. Be Such a barrier is already tak- you, take it in stride! Be aware of what occurred in re- ing shape along one section. warm, human, and apprecia- cent past. \ "We have no official confir- tive. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — ( mation of the plan," said Capt. VIRGO (Aug. 23 —Sept. 22):^ Dec. 21): Get work out of way- Heinz Hackbarth of the West Fine now for collecting inform- j relax tonight. Be with congen- Berlin police during a tour of ation. Analyze events. P i e c e ial people. Avoid those who the border Wednesday, together apparently unrelated argue for sake of argument. "But according to information but significant facts. You could Obtain hint from Scorpio mes- we have received from refugee sage. Have facts, figures a t East German soldiers, the Corn- hand, i munist regime plans to encircle CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. West Berlin completely with its 19): Stand tall. Express sincere 'modern border' by 1970. The convictions. Others due to rally idea is to remove all barbed to your side. You could receive wire and the present wall from aid from one in authority. Now, around West Berlin." TABLE & LAMP SPECIAL! KETOLA'S Step Tables, Lamp Tables Coffee Tables * Lamps . . . One & Two of a Kind, Floor samples . . . All new, Top quality! 30% to 50% OFF! *FREE DELIVERY *EASY TERMS DIAL 932-1832 you can display sense of responsibility. Think! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — Feb. Pointing to a section of the "modern border" already built j along the Zehlendorf frontier, 18): Indirect approach now Hackbarth said: gets best results. Highli g h t "They will put up an ordinary tact, understanding. Time o n wire fence where the barbed your side. You gain most wire — and perhaps the wall — through relaxed manner, writ- now stand. In the middle of a ten report reflects favora b 1 y cleared stip 500 yards wide, upon your abilities, character, they will dig a broad trench, PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): . and inside it on the side toward Avoid self-deception where f i - j West Berlin will be a cement nances enter picture. Get a c -' wall nine feet high and almost counts straight. Know the why vertical. of money matters. Accent o n' "No vehicle, including a tank, paying, collecting debts. . . .but will be able to get up that wall best not to mix business with! and no one will be able to climb pleasure! IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH- it without help. "On the eastern side of the DAY. . .you have ability to do trench and its sunken wall will well in business. 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