Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 3, 1965 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, August 3, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1965. Council Approves Various Projects During Meeting BESSEMER — City improvement projects under the Social Welfare program relating to unemployed fathers of dependent children were approved by the city council, as recommended by the special study committee appointed by Mayor J. Irwin N e a u 11, "inluding Will i a m J. Wagner, Edmund Rodd, Russell Wilson and Richard Novas- cone, respective chairmen of the street and sidewalk, build i n g and grounds, utility and industry, and the recreation c o m- mittees The committee reorted that they had met with County Social Welfare Director Walter E. Bennetts, who explained the provisions of the ADClJ program instituted by the federal government and the requirement o f obtaining men to work on projects The program provides the opportunity for unemployed fathers of dependent children to work on a work project sponsored by a governmental u n it and earn a sum eov.?.I to the direct relief aid '.v'r.ic'n they receive. Compensati". at the prevailing rate for t'r.e lob. is supplied by the federal government through the state. Direct ad- minis.tration of :::e program is by the county social welf are director Work projects be a p proved by the state social welfare department and must b e such projects as could not b e done by the unit through lack of funds and employe staff. T h e sponsoring units must meet certain conditions, such as provide a supervisor, equipment use. first aid equipment, lavat o r y facilities and others. Projects selected by the com- mittee, which have since been 1 approved by the state authori-i tics, arn the following: Cleanup and landscaping land' for future cemetery expansion.! Park;; -- S. Clayberg streetj tourist park improvement — j enlarge the park by cutting un-| derbrusb and dead trees and clearing trails for hiking, in the i recently acquired adjacent area! and constructing trailer park sites with modern toilet facilities : First, Bluff area park-cut underbrush and thin tree growths in this area, for future development Reconstruct softbali playing field in the Mill Site addition: the work include reworking the infie'd' leveling and reseeding the outfield, and building a back stop. The council approved the committee recommendation that; the cemetery land clearing pro- • ject be first on the list. Ceme-1 tery Sexton Roman Czajkowski! to be supervisor; Street Com-' missioner Peter Pairolero to provide trucks and other needed. city equipment; referred the ac-S quisiton of first aid kits to Coun- ! cilman Raymond Nelson, civil defense chairman, to invests-: gate the possibility of obtaining kits through Civil Defense de-j partment, and contact Bennetts relative to assigning men j to the job. It was reported that Bernard Michelli. superintendent of the! sewage disposal plant, informed i the committee since the meet- j ing that the state department of health has been pressing for clearing of Kallander Creek, removing the swamp alder and other obstructions. To date, he said, the department has n o funds or men to comply with the request. The council approved submitting this project for state approval. Mayor J. I. Neault recommended that further study b e made of projects eligible under this program and directed the planning committee to make a survey with a view to selecting projects that would be of permanent benefit to the city, which the city cannot afford to undertake due to lack of funds. Street and Sidewalk C o m - mittee Chairman W. J. Wagner reported that black-top paving of streets designated by the council has been completed at a total cost of S6.475, about $800 less than the estimated cost. The council approved the recommendation that the balance j remaining in the fund be ear-! marked to add to the appropria-l tion for black top next season. Street oiling was discussed. It was noted there is S500 in the budget for this purpose. At the rate of $150 per 1,000 gall o n tanker of road oil, which will cover about one-half mile of 1113 feet spread, the appropiation will meet expense of oiling about one and one half to t w o miles of roads. New Fall Dress FASHIONS from Abelman's... New Fail HOUS: DRESSES In misses and half sizes—assorted styles and colors: 2.98 and 3.98 New Fall TRANSITION DRESSES In junior, misses and half sizes ... of cottons, jerseys and blends. 5.95 „„- 6 98 REMEMBER, When Shopping for Lower Prices . . . Plus Quality . . . Come to The ABELMAN Co. S. Sophie St. Bessemer Phone 663-4411 The council approved the recommendation that oil be a p plied to a section of N. Clayberg street, a portion of Cinnebar street, of the Burma Road. W. Iron St., west of the Ethel street intersection; E. Iron St... Rowe to Peck; a portion of Palms Road. and. if possible, a portion of Mill street, the definite sections of these r o a ds, designated in the report. Bessemer Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Balasz and children, Jody, Jay, and Jerry, of Middletown, N. J., vacationer 1 with his mother, Mrs. Steve Balasz at Anvil, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Harry Felix and family at Ramsay, en route to Colorado Springs, Colo., where they will reside. Russians Still Long Way From Being Beauty Pageant Threat Ramsay Briefs By WILL GR1MSLEY KIEV, Soviet Union tAP) The Bessemer Township flr« department will have a meeting ,even husky. Their dresses hang tonight at 7:15 in the firemen's ; loosely and lack line. Few wear'Quarters in the Ramsay lown I The Russians may throw a pa- stockings. High heels are a rari- rade of sputniks into orbit and, ty. Instead the girls walk send a cosmonaut strolling i around in squeaky open-toed through space, but they're a i sandals. long way from being a threat in i But they definitely are im- the Miss Universe sweepstakes, proving. say a group of American atli-i Brigitte Bardot and contra- i Ictcs. band American glamour maga- ! In Yankee jargon, the aver-zines liave begun to have an age Soviet miss is not yet impact. There is a variety of whistlebait. : hairdoes — locks hanging loose- That's the considered verdict i y over the shoulders, bouffant, of a team of U.S. experts — red- over the head and pony tails, 'blooded athletes and all paid-up There's still an absence ofi members of the Girl Watching chic, stylish dresses, but that's Hall. Arrangements will be completed for members planning to attend the U. P. Firemen's Tournament at Ishpeming Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, Society of America. "They're doing much | understandable, more ! An ordinary print dress may Mrs. William Campbell of Al- SOBERING SIGHT—The sight of goats grazing in the tops of trees might be enough to drive many a drinker on the wagon. But not in Essaouira, Morocco, where it's a common sight. The goats, displaying the nimbleness of circus acrobats, scramble up the trees to graze off the thorny foliage and bitter fruit. The trees are the only ones that grow in the area. Sales Tax Funds Distribution Told BESSEMER — Sales tax 1 funds totaling $54,465.60, due cities and townships for the quarter ending June 30, was received by County Treasurer Louis Filippini and distributed at the rate of $2.24 per capita, (I960 census) as follows: Cities— Bessemer, $7,384.25; Ironwood, $22,941.68; Wakefield, $7,221.10 Townships — Bessemer, $4,655.39- Erwin, $1.432.61; Ironwood, $5.670.05; Marenisco, $1,859.48; Wakefield. $1,370.03, and Watersmet, $1,931.01. Trinity Activities For Week Announced BESSEMER — Activities at the Trinity Lutheran Church. this week, are reported by the Rev. Clifford Brege, as fol- | lows: Wednesday, 2 p.m., wors h i p service at Gogebic Hospital. Thursday, 7 p.m., meeting of the Bible Study Class followed at 8 p.m. by a meeting of the evangelism committee. Legion Post Meet Slated Wednesday BESSEMER — The G e d d a- Cycho.s? American Legion Post will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the post clubrooms. Post Commander Bernard Michelli informs that there are sev e r a 1 items of important business to be submitted for action by the post. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Abelman's Check Blown Across Lake LANSING (AP) — A canceled check which blew away in the Palm Sunday tornado thnt hit Manitou 'Beach came back in j with their hair now and they're cost around ' $20 to $30, in a the mail Monday from the find- wearing more colorful clothes,; country where the average i er—175 miles away in Alvin- but they're not like the girls worker's wage is $75 a month. ston, Ont., across Lake St. Clair. jback home," said Jim Grelle of Beauty salons and hairdress-; The check belonged to Mrs. Portland, Ore., a miler who has ing parlors are doing a booming Elta Stoddard whose home was ] made four visits to the Soviet business. It's possible to buy destroyed by the April 11 twist- Union with U.S. track and field lipstock. rouge and perfume in er. She is staying with relatives teams. small booths on the street — in Lansing. 1 "I think it's makeup, too — like ice cream cones. I more cosmetics," added a 260- This stuff a few years ago was vinston wrote she and her hus- ! pound shotputter from Los An- regarded as bourgeoise, and band found the check while 1 geles. John McGrath. , taboo. , working on their farm. '• "Most of them still look like ! weightlifters." said shotputter Randy Matson of Pampa, Tex., "but they're better than they were in 1963." The critics are members of the U.S. track and field team which met the Soviet Union here over the weekend. They have spent much of their preliminary time seeing the sights—including feminine talent on the boulevard. The smartest and best-looking of the Russian girls still appear less colorful than the paraders of Fifth Avenue and the Champs Elysees. Almost all of them are plump, HELLO, WORLD—That new baby wombat is making its debut to an audience at a sanctuary near Canberra, Australia. Mother, being a bit older, has grey-brown fur, a prominent, leathery nose and strongly-nailed paws. Baby will have those things, too. These marsupials live only on the ground in their native land. Wakefield Briefs Mrs. William Roberge has returned from Iron Mount a i n, where she attended the funeral of her brother in law, Albert Roberge, 68, Saturday. He died last Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Krans, Iron Mountain, former Wakefield resident, is spending several days visiting at the home of Mrs. William Roberge, and renewing acquaintances here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W i 1 - liams and sons, Robert, Roger j as guests of Mrs. Vernon Carr at her cottage bic. at Lake Goge- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Trezise and children, Owosso. are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Trezise. Job Appointments In City Reported WAKEFIELD — Elmer Helberg has been appointed me- Groups to Wait For U-M Reports By AL SANDXER Associated Press Writer LANSING iAP)—Two legislative committees will await an i auditor general's report on Um-| versity of Michigan student fees j before commenting on or mak- 1 ing recommendations in the wake of U-M tuition hikes. The first steps toward a check j of U-M student charges and j costs will be made Thursday i "when one of our men will goj to Ann Arbor to see just what I is involved," said Auditor Gen-; eral Albert Lee. I The check, ordered by the | Higher Education subcommittee j of the House Ways and Means i Committee, was described by • Lee as "routine—a gathering of) figures for the purpose of com- j parison." J Following a meeting with university officials, the House Committee on Colleges and Universities was to have announced its Wakefield, it has been announced. Other applicants who Monday. certified for the job were Harold Golembeski and Casimir Kuiawa. The higher education subcommittee, headed by Rep. Jack Faxon, D-Detroit, however, an- for nounced its investigation before the Colleges and Universities. could disclose its and Jimmie, Rock Is 1 a n d, I There were six: applicants 111., are visiting Mr. William's tne Position, officials said. _ parents, Mr. and Mrs. John. Appointed as relief man for; committee Williams, and other frie n d s. j tne fire and P° hce departments fi ndings . Mr. Williams was gradual e d! m tne Clt y was Jean Alb e r l Rep. Vincent Petitpren, n- from Augustana College in Rock i Nurmi, on a part time basis, i wayne, chairman of the Col- Island in June, and has enrolled i Tne other applicant, Einor Wer- i eges and universities Commit- in the Seminary in Rock Island I tanen, has been placed on the tee, said its plans changed when 1 eligibility roster. CONTINUES! 1 Group Summer DRESSES and SHIFTS Sale Price 195 p O 95 1 Group Summer DRESSES with values to 11.75 Close- A 00 out *4 Remaining 5 DRESSES with values to 16.75 Close- fJOO out at D REMEMBER, When Shopping for Lower Prices... Plus Quality... Come to Closeout at 1 Group Plastic RAINCOATS with Hoods 100 2 Summer COATS One misses size 10 and one size 12 petite Closeout at :oo 1 Summer CAPE Size Small Sale priced at 100 Entire Stock of Toddlers' Girls' and Ladies' SPORTSWEAR All going at 25% off! Boys Short Sleeve SHIRTS 149 Sale Price at Men's Short Sleeve SHIRTS i«4i« 2 Groups Men's and Young Men's SHOES 5 95 & 8 95 Ladies' SHOES Including whites and colors O00 QOOg.400 the beginning in September. Mr. and Mrs. George Fran t i and sons, Rhinelander, W i s . , spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. Franti's brother in law and sister, the Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Leno, and family. Mrs. Vernon Carr spent the weekend as guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward Havlicek, Celve- land, at her cottage at Skanee. Richard Franti, Ewen, is spending a week visiting brother in law and sister, Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Leno. Mrs. Gladys Leman, Wakefield, and daughter, Miss Marian Leman, Redwood City, Calif., took the circle route around Lake Superior. En route they visited at the Frank Patyk home in Sault Ste. Marie. The Patyks are former Wakefield residents, Miss Marian will return to California, Saturday, where she is instructor in the Redwood City schools. Miss Kathy Ogren, St. Paul, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. John Carr, for two weeks. Mrs. Ida Franti and sons, Ewen, spent Sunday visiting her son in law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Leno, and Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Krans and children, Amy, Mark and Lisa, Monroe, are guests at the home of Mrs. William Rober g •?, Mr. Krans is a former Wakefield resident. Mr. and Mrs. William Sackett and son, Kent of Homer, and Bruce Cox, are spending a week Chamber Plans Dinner Meeting on Wednesday WAKEFIELD — The W a k e- field Chamber of Commerce will he and Faxon met with House j Speaker Joseph Kowalski, D- Detroit, Friday. "Kowalski authorized Faxon's \ committee to conduct its investigation at that time," Petitpren said. "We decided my commit. ,_, ., ,. i tee will wait for Lee's report- hold its dinner meeting Wednes-1 wnich we expect in early Octo . day at 6:30 p.m. at the Axel Jacobson Restaurant on US-2. President A. J. Tiberi will be in tier — before making a public statement." Petitpren said his committee charge of the meeting. Reports "took the word of the University '(will be given on summer activi-: 0 f Michigan (on student costs ties, including the fire works! and fees)—and if we can't trust The ABELMAN Co. *, Sophie St. Bessemer, Michigan 663-4411 Entire Stock Girls' and Ladies' Bathing Suits •: 25% offl DELICIOUS PASTIES ON SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY lo eat here or take out EDY'S TIP TOP 219 Sophie St. Bessemer Phont 663-4101 project which was sponsored by them, the chamber. A good attendance shape. we're in pretty tough is asked. China, Egypt and Malaya have been raising chickens for at least 2,000 years, according to agricultural records. "Our's was never an investigation in the true sense of the word; we just wanted to find out if there was a problem, and if there was, to find a solution," he added. This Week Only at 8:30 INDIANHEAD MOUNTAIN PLAYHOUSE Two One-Act Comedies "THE TYPIST" and "HELLO OUT THERE" TUES., WED., THURS., SAT. ADMISSION $1.00 and $1.50 NO ADMISSION CHARGE TO PERSONS DINING AT LODGE Before attending the playhouse, enjoy our * SMORGASBORD SERVED ON PERFORMANCE EVENINGS 6 p.m.-8 p.m.—$3.50 Your Favorite Drink Served at the The Rustic Lodge Bar INDIANHEAD MTN. LODGE 1 MILE EAST OFF U.S. HIGHWAY 2—JUST WEST OF WAKEFIELD, M|CH. Reservation* Suggested ... Phone Wakefield 224-8501 ANNETTE FUNICELLO DWAYNE HICKMAN BMDONLEVY-BiisTERKEATON BEVERLY ADAMS HARVEY JOHN ' JODY IEMBECK ASHLEY McCREA MICKEY RODNEY V You only get out of a BIKINI what you put in it! It's a beginners course in "BOY-GIRLSMANSHIP'witha special emphasis on figures! STARTS WEDNESDAY! EVES. 7:00 A 9:00 RONWOO THIATRL LAST TIMES TONIGHT! Walt Disney's "CINDERELLA' IRONWOOD Open 8:00 Starts 8:45 TONIGHT! WEDNESDAY A UFF RIOT! Everybody who's ever been funny is in it! 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