Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 19
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 19

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SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Reds Complain About Airport By KLAUS SCIIULZ-VOBACII BERLIN (API - The East German regime claims that Tempelhof Airport ir. the heart of West Berlin is a menace t,o persons living around the field, a key terminal in the 1948-49 airlift. The Communists contend that the main runway is only about 5,300 feet long and that, because of the houses crowding around • "the landing angle is unfavo- rable." About 40,000 persons ' live! around Tempelhof, about two' miles from the Communist wallj dividing the city. In the 17 years 1 since the Allied airlift to the! Communist-encircled city there j jhas been no major accident. Jeti service will be Introduced at the! airport next spring. I | The Communist complaint re-i emphasized that Tempelhof Is a; thorn in East Germany's side., Thousands of East German ref-! ugees have been flown to thej West from the airport. j The continuous drone of commercial planes that has made! Tempelhof the third biggest passenger terminal in Europe is a reassuring sound to the West Berliners. A section of the field is reserved lor the U.S. Air Force and there are about 500 military flights a month. By agreement of the Big Pout- World War II Allies, air traffic over Berlin is restricted to U.S.,. British, French and i Soviet planes. The three Western Allies each have one commercial airline serving the city along three corridors linking West Berlin with the Federal Republic of Germany. The East Germans claim the space over the city is theirs. Recently helicopters with East German markings flew along the city's east-west dividing line, crossing it in some cases. Nevada Casinos To Use Tokens By BILL STALL RENO, Nev. (AP) — . v As Harold Smith Jr. says, "there's no substitute for money." But two of Nevada's :biggest gambling casinos are ready to give it a whirl anyway. Harolds Club will begin using chrome-plated tokens in silver dollar • slot machines, probably next r >Week, Smith, son of the club's founder, says. Neighboring Harrah's Club has its own gold-colored tokens i ence with club owners this; ready to go, even though it still! week, and must be circulated j has a few silver dollars left. ! only within the casino which; Meanwhile, Edward A. Olson, chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, was conferring with U.S. treasury officials in Washington to make sure use of the tokens would not violate federal law. Nevada casinos have used plastic or composition chips on blackjack and crap tables for years. The chips are as good as money almost any place in town. One club's chips normally can be exchanged for money at another casino. But the law says metal tokens cannot be used as legal tender, Olsen noted following a confer- issued them. Silver dollars have virtually disappeared from Nevada casinos since the great run on cartwheels in the spring of 1964 by collectors and speculators. The larger casinos saved what; silver dollars they had for use in the dollar slot machines. GIN GAVE GROWTH ! From a crop of 10,000 bales of f cotton in the year Whitney's gin; (was made workable, production increased 12 times in the first: ! decade. By 1835, the first million-. j bale crop was raised. i Nation's Birth Rate Declines WASHINGTON (API — The I steady decline in the number of babies being born in this country continued through May. the. Public Health Service reported; today The drop started in 1958 * During May 302,000 babies were corn, the service estimat , eel, and the birth rate was downi to 18.4 fof each 1,000 population In A<i&y 1964 there were 331.000 births and the rate was 20.5. The May figures served to strengthen speculation that the number of babies born this year will -iron below 4 million for the first time since 1953. Public: Health Service officials say fhR.v have no sure explanation fj. the decline since a record 4.3U&.000 were born in 1957. They decline to speculate that availah'Htj- of birth control pills is a rmjor factor though this theorv is advanced in othei quarter* Arthur A Campbell, chief ol the service's natality statistics branch, pointed out that the decline began in 1958 and the pills were not available until June 1960, anc' not in wide use until 1961 or 1962. Ambergris is obtained the sperm whale. from IRONWOOD'S City-Wide MONDAY AUG. 2nd 10 a.m. to 6 p. * Krazy Pricus! * Krazy Prizuz! Big Bargains on the SIDEWALK and in the STORES HUNDREDS OF KRAZY KARNIVAL BARGAINS AT... MONDAY * IT'S PlAltf AUGUST 2 * OR WE'D NEVER, NEVER PUT BARGAINS OUT LIKE THESE! -tasi •MOMNA/OOO MICMKkAM Ph. 932-3320 ITS PiAlr REG. TO 6.99 TEEN FLATS Whites, yellow, pinks, blacks. We have enlarged this lot to about 70 pairs. THIS IS IT! 2 00 per pair MEN'S AND BOYS' WHITE TENNIS OXFORDS REG; 3.95 NOW 2 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR SUMMER WINDUP All on racks. Reg. to 16.99. All heel sizes and widths. See 'em on the sidewalk in front of our store! Remember the prices we had last year? WELL THESE'RE EVEN BETTER! Corner Aurora & Suffolk Iron wood IT'S PIAW KRA*Y... TMt-Se PRICES! on 3 84 to 9 61 MEN'S & BOYS' ' BOYS' SHOES Reg. to 16.95 NOW 6 73 &7 69 HUNDREDS OF KRAZY BARGAINS AT Mrofchak's MEN'S SHOP Ironwood-Ph. 932-2422 Shop 'n Save for Back to Schooll T«tse PRICES! ONE RACK OF SHOES MOSTLY HIGH HEELS , VALUES TO $11.95 rWEEDIES and VITALITY VALUES TO 16.99 VALUES TO 14.99 SO65 $769 ON RACKS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ALL SALES FINAL FREEDSTROM'S finer shoes for finer shoes, it's Freedstrom's . . . of course 129 E. Aurora Jronwood Phone 932-1902 INLAID LINOLEUMS $150 ITS PLAIN KRATY... T*msE PRICES! SPECIAL ON MONDAY 2 ROLLS HEAVYWEIGHT INLAID Special . 1 tunning fool 3 ROLLS GOLD SEAL INLAID 20% OFF 2 ROLLS GOLD SEAL COLONIAL PLANK Inlaid Vinyl 20% OFF Bennett Floors Dependable Quality for Real Economy 134 W. Aurora Dial 932-3676 ennetfi WAYS FIRST OHAl rrv f ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY KRAZY DAY BLANKET SPECIAL ALL LAWN CHAIRS 20% Off 15-foot Pre-seeded FLOWER MATS Reg. 66c 33 50-ft. GARDEN HOSE 36 Inch PICKET FENCE Reg. 29c The Friendly Store IN IRONWOOD ITS PLAItf KRA*Y... TMESE PRICES! MAZY KATCH PARCELS SUPER-NAP" LOFTED FINISH SOLIDS or PLAIDS •torn the "Goofs" on the Street What's in 'em? Your guess is even better than ours. More than your money's worth tho in every package- International Silver Polish With Preventive—Reg. 1.98, , 12-oz. bottle 50 C & $ 1 Tax Included $ I 00 Community Plate Cold Meat Forks Reg. 4.50 value, limited supply going out at ony Crystal (Chrome Tops) Salt & Peppers Reg. 2,95, Value, lirazy Day Price • 72" x 90" size • Fits twin or double • Rayon/Nylon blend • 3Vlb. weight , ,. 'CHARGE IT" AT PENNEY'S! 1847 Rogers Cheese or Tidbit Servers 'Springtime" Pattern, 3egi 1.00 value for only Silver Plated Souvenir Tea Spoons

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