Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 2, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, August 2, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN MONDAY, AUGUST 3, NEAR NORMAL - Source U.S. WfATHCR BUKfAU barger is employed at White Pine. The Wakefield City Coun c 11 will meet tonight at 7:30 in the council chambers of the city hall. On the agenda is the a p - proval for payment of various bills; reports and communications. Bids will be opened on 6 inch pipe, and the newly revised electric rates will be discussed. Immaculate Conception 01 r- cle, Daughters of Isabella, will meet Tuesday night at 8 In the Knights of Columbus clubrooms. The trustees will meet at 7:30 to audit the books. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Steve Banfield, Mrs. Adolph Rigotti, Mrs. H. C. Anderson and Mrs. Patrick Sullivan Sr. 30-DAY WEATHER MAP — Precipitation and temperature i ranges for the next 30 days are indicated on these maps, based > on U.S. Weather Bureau data. tAP Wirephoto Map) Minnesota Driver Treated for Injury WAKEFIELD — Theodore C. Peterson, 37. Hoyt Lakes, Minn., was treated at Divine Inf ant Hospital for a bruised hip sustained in an auto accident Saturday morning, one mile west of ,Bruce Crossing on M-28, Michigan state police have reported. Police said Peterson was driving west on M-28 when his car hit a slippery stretch on the road caused by the heavy rain which had washed mud onto the pavement, resulting in the car skidding off the road into a guard rail. Moderate damage resulted to the front end of the car 7 , officers said. Peterson was released from the hospital after be i n g treated. Mrs. Val Van Tussi Will Receive Degree ^ VAN Tussi four four four four4 WAKEFIELD — Mrs. V a 1 Van Tussi, Milwaukee, is visit- Ing her parents, Mr. and M r E. Carroll Bowker, Plymout h Road. She is the former Greta Bowker. Mrs. Van Tussi will receive a bachelor of science degree in education at ceremonies to be held at the W i s- consin State Teachers College. Superior, Friday night. Her husband and family will attend the graduation exercises. Mrs. Van Tussi taught in the first grade in Milwaukee the past year. FIREWOOD? New HOM ELITE SUPER XL-12 CHAIN SAW Does it Easier The v.orld's lightest direct drive chain saw with super po»ver. the nev; Homelile Super XL-1Z makes fast work of cutting firewood. Zips through 10" oak in 10 seconds and will fell trees up to 4 feel in diameter. Weighs -only 12'/i pounds, less bar and chain. You'll more than save the cost of buying cordwood and have fun doing it. Have a free demonstration. BINGO & SON GARAGE Wakefield, Mich. M-28 Phone 229-5212 Bruno T. Guzin Retires July 23 WAKEFIELD — State Police Detective "Bruno T. Guzin of the intelligence and security division of sixth district headquarters, Rockford, Mich., retired Friday, July 23, after 25 years of service. He was born in Chicago and is a graduate of t h e Stephenson High School, Stephenson. He received his bachelor of arts degree in business at Jordon College, Menominee. Guzin joined the state police department in 1940 and served at Bay City, Cadillac, Traverse City, Brighton, L'anse, M a r - quette, East Lansing, Erie, Wakefield and Center Line until his promotion to detective i n 1956 and his assignment to Roc- ford. Guzin earned one citation for bra,very, three for meritorious service and five for honorable mention. The bravery citation was awarded in 1947 for extra-ordinary courage when he and two other officers. apprehended a man who had wounded a neighbor and threatened to shoot any officer who tried to arrest him. Although knowing the man was mentally unbalanced and w, e 11 armed, the troopers entered his home and took him into custody without causing him bodily harm. Guzin has a position with the Rockford city police department and began his employment today. He and his wife, the former Charlene Rintamaki of W a k e- field, are parents of two daughters, Karen and Jocelyn, and son, Bruce. Wakefield Briefs Mrs. Ann Benson left Saturday night for Alma, to make her home with her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Benson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gorski and family, Homewood, 111., are visiting with Mr. Gorski's mother, Mrs. Mary Gorski,, and family, Hancock Street. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hartbarger and daughter, Marquette, i moved into the former Ann ! Benson home at the Plym o u t h i Location on Saturday. Mr. Hart- Iron Belt Driver Unhurt in Mishap WAKEFIELD — An Iron Belt man escaped injury in an auto accident Friday night, one-h a 1 1 mile west of M-64, on M-28 in Bergland Township, Michi g a n state police, who investiga ted the mishap, have reported. Bernard Perrero, 50, told police he was driving west on the road when he was blinded by the bright lights of an oncoming car. His car went off onto Flying Objects Are Reported OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (API—Authorities in portions of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas were deluged Sunday night and early today by reports of unidentified flying objects (UFO). The Sedgwick County sheriff's office at Wichita, Kan., said the Weather B u r e a u tracked "several of them at altitudes of 6,000 to 9,000 feet." The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Tinker Air Force Base here was tracking as many as four of the unidentified flying objects on its radar screen at one time, estimating their altitude at about 22,000 feet. A Tinker spokesman refused Jacksonville 4, Buffalo 0 : Syracuse 3, Toledo 2, IS |A> nings Columbus 13, Rochester t . l ' Sunday's Results Toronto 3-1, Atlanta 1-3 Syracuse 3-0, Toledo 2-8 Rochester 5-2, Columbus 4-S : Buffalo at Jacksonville, ppd., rain Pacific Coast League Saturday's Results Tacoma 4, Portland 3 Arkansas 3, San Diego 2 Okla City 7, Salt Lake City I Seattle 6. Indianapolis 3 Spokane 12, Vancouver 11, 10 innings Hawaii 4, Denver 3 Sunday's Results Indianapolis 4-2, Seattle 2-1 Oklahoma City 9, Salt Lake City a Spokane 4, Vancouver 0 Arkansas 6-1, San Diego 3-2. Portland 11, Tacoma 8 Hawaii 5-6, Denver 1-1 Good Manners to confirm or deny the radar observations. Spokesmen at Tinker and McConnell Air Force bases are referring all queries to the Air Force in Washington. In the past, the Air Force has said the sightings have turned! out to be such things as bal-! k . i r • J, loons, birds, search lights, jet Make mendS exhaust, kites, meteors, missiles. As of July 20. the Air Force had checked 9,127- sightings since 1947 with 607 still unidentified and said that its investigations had turned up no evidence to indicate the objects come from space. TEAMING UP FOR MARS TRIP—This is artist's conception for a Mars mission of the 1980s as proposed by Westinghouse Electronic's Aslronuclear Laboratory. The nuclear propelled spacecraft is shown being assembled in orbit. The Nuclear engine is at lower left. Orbital assemble team swings second stage into position using "space tugs." Second stage will brake the craft into Mars orbit. Cluster of four cylinders, upper right, houses the astronauts. (AP Wirephoto) Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Saturday's Results Toronto 5, Atlanta 2 Paynesville Personals and Mrs. Eli Kallio and t h e Y.! Mantys. i John McKinnon, Waukeg a n , | a former resident of this area,: Merriweather Personals Word has been received by i j~ 7eViouslyTirat a" hospital "in: the. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Kallio of the' Waukegan G eor g e McKinn o n 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kemp- v>v.v,i v, 1.11.1x11111 - J i nen . Detroit, and Mr. and shoulder of the road in a con- ; death of her aunt, Mrs. Toivo j surfered'"a he^rt &V attack"at"tnei^ Irs - Martin Keranen, Trout struction zone and landed in a Lahti, 42. Cloquet, Minn., o n goi^en anniversary of his broth-' Cl ' eek ' were recent callers at the 10 foot ditch, police said. ', July 20. Funeral services w ere er in law and S i ster Mr anc j John Tickanen home at Lake Extensive damage resulted to i held July 23 at 1 p.m. at the! Mrs Jack jjirvela and was G °S eDic the front end of the car and it! St. Paul's Lutheran C h u r c h j hospitalized for some time iiv Floyd Kishline spent a week- had to be towed from the scene,! with the Rev. Mr. Frantz of- j isiipeming They are sons of the' end at Kenosha officers reported. floating. Surviving are her hus- late Mrs Matt oinas _ band and one son, Richard. Mrs. Lahti was the cousin of! Wesley and Onni Sikkila and Bessemer Briefs i the Sikkila family of Watton. The Bessemer City Cou n c 11' SP-4 Robert Illikainen is will meet in regular session this home on leave from Germany evening at 7 p.m. in the Veter- i where he was stationed for a ans Memorial Building. year. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Linna, Arlene Illikainen, and his father, Paul Illikainen, he drove to Illinois where they visited his mother and sister, Ann, who are employed there. Robert will report to Fort Riley Kansas, when his leave ends. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murto, I Detroit, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murto. Mr. Jarvinen, Wakefield, conducted worship services at Our Savior Lutheran Church in the absence of Pastor J. Linna who Future Events At Sharon Told BESSEMER — Future activities at the Sharon Luth e r a n Church are reported by the Rev. C. R. Holmes as follows: Saturday, Sept. 11, classes for both junior and senior confirmation groups will begin. All those who will be entering the junior class this fall must register with the church office not later than i waT'aTB'ible Camp"' Sept. 1. Those eligible to enterj M r. and Mrs. Marty Gior- are children who are 13 years of i a ndo and son, Marty of Claw- age or are beginning the eighth i son> Mr . and Mrs. Frank Ma- grade in public school. jor and sons, Paul and Michael Aug. 16—The Luther Leag u e; of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. officers will meet in Kastman | Rudolph Kauppi and son of Hall to plan the year's activi- California, were guests at the ties. Aug. 26 — Pastors C. Rudolph Kemppain e n i home of their Tiina Kauppi. mother, Mrs. Mr . a nd Mrs. Leo Matts o n, Trout Creek Personals Duncan and Joseph Cameron, Lansing, are vacationing with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Cameron, for two weeks. Helena Martinkewiz, Cryst a! Falls, visited Mrs. Hazel Sliger recently. She is attending the summer school at Ashland. Mrs. Thomas Grooms and Mrs. Peter Thompson were recent callers in Ewen. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Anderson and children, Milwaukee, are vacationing with relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nehmer have returned home after a week's vacation in lower Michigan. Mrs. John Besonen and children and Miss Patrica McGinty visited at the Olaf Linna home in Paynesville. Mrs. Hazel MacLauchlin, Bessemer, visited at the homes of Mrs. Mona Cronkright, M r . and Mrs. Edward Tibbets, and Mrs. Hazel Sliger. Mr. and Mrs. Alger Mae and . . , and Wallace Leno, will meet to I Mr and Mrs Lawrence Matt- 1 sons ' Watersmeet, visited at the plan a Sunday School Teachers' S on of Detroit Mrs O Ahola i Roy s °der, John McLaughlin Institute, which is scheduled forj an d Mrs Laila Kamarainen ofi ancl James T - Madden homes LANSING (AP) Michigan leads the nation in the number of persons tested for diabetes— an often unsuspected killer—reports the State Health Department. Of the some 700,000 persons tested for diabetes last year, 113,355 were screened in Michigan. MONEY-SAVING RRICE9 ana BUILDING SUPM1IS Dry Shiplap 1100 10 inches wide SPECIAL • » per 100 bd. ft. 8 inchei wide Economy Grade Hemlock SHIPLAP 00 8 per 100 bd.ft. 2x4's Camp Grade—Lumber yard clean-up NOW 3 lin. ft. Spruce Dolly Varden SIDING 10 inches wide 16 00 per 100 bd. ft. Hemlock DROP SIDING I"x6" For Cottage, Cabin or Boat House 12 00 per 100 bd.ft. GARAGE DOORS 4 MCtion wood complete with aU glau and hardware i/0 o x n.V° 62.50 SEPTIC TANKS 4700 125.95 capacity "f | STEIGER BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 275 gallon^ capacity •etch & up Just OH U.S.-2 Bessemer Phone 667-2421 LUCITE EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT Save 30c per gai. BUY 4 Gallons A 00 U.T / a> only U.T / gallon Or Single gal. purchase at $7.29 Lucite Interior WALL PAINT 5.99 gallon Enterprise Latex Exterior "Decron" WHITE $4.75 gallon Town It Country Linseed Oil OUTSIDE WHITE 4.55 gallon mother, Mrs. Sophia Mattson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scherruble and children spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murto, and attended the orientation at Michigan State University where Candice will be a student next year. non recently visited Mary Flinchum in Sept. 20-24, at the First Lutheran i Wisconsin recently vis ted their ! Mrs ' Rose Mannin S an d Vei " Church, Wakefield, evenings. msconsm ' recently visitea tneir lt , nn „,.„,„„ ,, ici , oH MoriF „,„„_ State Leads Nation In Diabetes Tests Convention Delegates Have to Get Up Early ATHENS, Ga. CAP) — More than 1,500 delegates to the Poul- Mrs. John Tickanen and Mrs.! Leta Button, Madeira Beach, Fla.j were recent Wakefield shoppers, i Mr. and Mrs. John Tickanen i and Mrs. Leta Dutton visited with relatives in Montreal, Wis., recently. Mrs. Marvin Sain, Cheryl, and a niece, Jeanne Morgan, were recent Marquette callers. James Rolston and John Haskins were recent business callers in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain were Wakefield shoppers. Mrs. Stanley Ray, Topaz, was a visitor at the Jack Ellsw o r t h home recently. Mrs. Pearl Jacob and Mrs. Madeline Haskins were recent business callers in Wakefield. Mrs. Robert Hash, Topaz, was a caller at the Lloyd Cook Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. William Nylund, Ironwood, spent a weekend at their cottage on Lake Gogebic. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rober t s were recent Ironwood shoppers. Mrs. Jack Haskins and Mrs. Rodney Ellsworth were recent Ewen callers. Walter Savinski, Marqu e 11 e, spent a weekend with his mother, Mrs. Madeline Haskins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellsworth visited Mrs. Margaret DeVowe in Bergland. Nancy Haataja, Topaz, visited recently at the Jack Haskins home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lento, Kenosha, visited at the Rodney Ellsworth home. Mrs. Jack Lilies, Lincoln Park, Is visiting the Jack Haskins and Jack Ellsworth homes. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin' Sain, Martin Perttu and son, Roger, i try Science Association conven-|Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr., Mrs. Rosa- returned to their home in Lever- tion at the University of Georgia' n e Mason, son, Darrell, and ing. They were called here due next week will get up with the! Eugene Nufus attended the stock to the illness and subsequ e nt! chickens. Their first business! car races in Ironwood last Sun- death of his father, Charles Per- i session is scheduled for ttu Sr., and were guests of Mr. I a.m.. BEN FRANKLIN 6:30 day. Carroll Abarms and Ernest Abrams were recent callers in Odanah. Pfc. David E. Niemi, who was home on leave, left recently for his new duty station. En route, he traveled through Ire 1 a n d , Paris, Rome, Athens and Cairo, and now Is stationed at Asmara, Africa. Ruth Barry GIRDLE 100 FOAM PILLOWS 99° • Regular or Parity S<y/« Naturflex two-way stretch. Gentle control for smooth silhouette. White, S, M, L Open Monday and Friday Evenings • Allergenic-Frev Fruit-of-the-Loorn in multi- stripe or floral print. Shredded urethanefoam. BEN FRANKLIN Sophia St. B«ss«mcr, Michigan Actors Guild Studies Offer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Officials of the Screen Actors Guild took under consideration today a contract proposal negotiated shortly before a midnight strike deadline Saturday. Details of the pact were not announced. The gui\d has been seeking to improve actors' shares of proceeds from movies sold to television. WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Time Tonight Once at 7:30 P.M. Elvis Presley starring in: "GIRL HAPPY" Give guests a hint of what games face them after dinner. Spun of Laughter, Music and Magic!^. WALT DISNEY'S TECHNICOLOR* -.--5 C, PLUS . . . DISNEY FEATURETTE! THRILLING! SPECTACULAR! TRUE LIFE ADVENTURE The lympic Elk TECHNICOLOR* LAST 2 DAYS! • EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 • MATINEE TUES. 2:00 • DISNEY CARTOON RONWOO $1.00, 75e, 50e Starts WEDNESDAY! 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