i 3, IfcGNWGOD OAILV GLOBE, IRONWGGD, MICHIGAN IHREE 90 Present at Bessemer 1935 Class Reunion BESSEMER — About 00 were n attendance for the 30th anni- /ersary banquet program of the \. D. Johnston High Sch o o 1 :lass of 1935 which was held in ,he Elks club rooms. Inclucl c d vere 46 members of the class )f 128 who were graduated in 1935. with their wives or hus- Dands. and special guests, Coach •md Mrs. Robert Rheisen and Stuart McCune, of the Chicago ires, who were instructors in ligh school at the time: and iresehl Supt. and Mrs. Walter X'cwuian and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- .er Nemacheck, who were also mrcnbcrs of the high school staff )f instructors. Practically all of the male Membership of this class was xmong the first to be called into unitary service in World War U. Activities opened with a cock- ail hour from 5-6 p.m., followed ay the banquet and program, and .lancing entertained during the Marcello Is Man Without Country By BEN THOMAS NEW ORLEANS, La. (APi C; rlos Marcello is the underworld's equivalent of a man without a country. The federal government has BESSEMER CLASS OF 1935—Members of the A. D. Johnston High School class of 1935, who attended the 30th anniversary reunion held recently, are pictured above. Left to right, they are: First row—Waino Sarvana, Arlington Heights, 111.; Pearl Karvonen Heino, Canoga Park, Calif.; Vivian Jacobson Ott, St. Johns; borothy Green, Chicago; Ruth Kataja File, Dearborn; Ruth Maki Larcheid, Shorewood; Laime Honkala Slmenson, Chicago; Josephine Evangelisto D'Antonio, Waukegan, 111.; Mary Ann Legessa Herlevi, Iron Belt; Harriet Jasper Varda, Mt. Morris, 111.; second row—John Pazdernik, Garden City; Jack Grimm, Modesto, Calif.; Ann Holmquist Norbert, Marquette; Cecelia E. Hanisek Tarnaski, Bessemer; Deloris Sanders Crenna, Chicago; Mary Louise Gray Hoffner. Babbitt, Minn.; Dorothy Sanders Crow, Flint; Lucille Fribble Sanders, Coldwater; Marie Toomey Re, Blanche Marander Kivi, Bes- semer; Mary Agnes Mooney Soderstrom, Duluth; third row—Isadore Maccani, James McCarthy, Anton Ippolite, Norman Lind, Hilmar Nyman. Bessemer; Ralph Heikkinen. Grosse Pointe Woods: Wallace Chisholm, Minneapolis; Robert Hoffner, Babbitt; Thomas R. Pollard, Garden City; Silvio Mascotti, Atlanta. Ga.; Thomas Whitburn, Milwaukee; Harold Annear, Negaunee; John Re, Bessemer; Anton Turkol,. Hastings: Barney Salmi, Ironwoocl. Not present when the picture was taken were Rose Parolari Hanisko, Margaret Les- kovianski Pavlovich, Rose Marie Lukach Shouldice, Lucille Fidanzi Winkowski, Clarence Cabianca, Louis Callovi, Herbert Carlson, Malcolm Erickson, William Hansen, William McMinn, John Marchello and Leonard Pajula. (Range Photo Service) tried to kick him country since 1950. gration service succeeded once, i before you could bat an eye. Finding a place to send him has posed a big problem for the government. The Justice Department has tried unsuccessfully to send the 55-year-old Marcello to jail. Another attempt is now under way. Marcello's trial on jury tampering charges went into its second day today before U.S. District Judge Herbert W. Christenberry with efforts to se- year later, immigration agent! nabbed Marcello and whisked him off to Guatemala. He wa« back in the New Orleans area shortly. Before that, the government tried to send him to France. Italy. Canada. Mexico or any place that would have him. Italy accepted once, then changed its mind, with the Italian consulate here citing "the political situation " Marcello once said he definitely didn't want to go to Italy. •cmainder of the evening. Covers were laid at. cand 1 e- Helen Joswiak, June Loncharte ighted tables made festive with Klnch, and Ann Grace Webber, irrangements of gold and white c. Herbert Carlson welc o m e d Sladioli, floral decorated place classmates and guests. Impromp- ?ards and program booklets at tu remarks were offered by ?ach place. Expressive of the classmates In response to the Decision, the walls of the dining, roll call. The "Reunion Son g" :iall were decorated with silhou- composed by Ruth Vogtlin Bis- 2ttes of graduates in cap and hop, to the tune of "My Happi- ?o\vn, accented by dainty floral ness" was sung by' the assein- iprays. Decorations were in bly. Charge of .Mrs. Rose Parol a r i Harriet Jasper Varda present- Hamsko. ; ecl S p ec j a i awards as follows: u V a uP° Sarvana, Arlin g t o n -classmate, who traveled the far- Heights, 111., who initiated and lnest Pearl Karvonen Heino, .leaded plans for the reunion. Canoga Parki Callf . : most eligi- served as toastmaster. and led ble bac helor present. Silvio -he assembly in a salute to the Mascotti , Atlanta, Ga.: married ;lag. Norman Lmd officiated in lhe longest Lucille Pribble San- The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE (3) Their babies are also light- but you readers probably never er in weight; I heard a word about the 70,000 Uxpcclant mothers grew hysterical a few years ago over the possible damaging effect of a certain Iran- quilizer pill on their unborn babies. It was reported as causing 4,000 deformed i n - fants, but what about the 70,000 other abnormal bab- bies born that same year! what caused their defects? Read below! He shows that s m o ki n g, <lplay ban> , with yom . unb 0 rn hampers the normal growth and babies, you better curb your development of the babies. For example, premature bir- (4) The more cigarets th e' other defective infants, did you? mother smoked, the less de- Why? veloped is her baby. — if you Send for my booklet "Facts w1t . h f _ About Pregnancy," enclosing a W loll *• J : i _„ ,_ — i. _ «» « n ^l ...A*-. iuf. n«*tn1<~msi long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. , I wish they would deport me to Grand Isle where I could do some fishing." Grand Isle is on the Louisiana coast south of New Orleans. Marcello was tried in federal court here two years ago on charges of fraud in connection with the Guatemalan birth certificate. He was acquitted Nov. 22 1963. During World War II, Marcpl- lo and his brother, Anthony, by their own admission and police records, operated slot machines, juke boxes, horserace lect a jury. Marcello is accused! wires and gambling casinos in of trying to fix the jury which) Louisiana. set him free on fraud charges in 1963. Marcello, who likes bright I ths were 2'/2 times as numerous i among the mothers wh o smoked. There was also a higher incidence tions. of spontaneous abor- i memorial tribute honoring the „ coldwater: largest number' 24 i S ' an expectant mother sight deceased classmates - of cnilt , ren . James McCarthy, 24 ' 1S a " expectdlu moine1 ' William F. Filter. Frank A. Tor-. Bes5emcr; least nair . Louis C al- And the babies of smok i n g mothers were smaller and aver- CASE W-462: Mabel T., aged i aged one-half pound less in birtn weight than similar babies born "Dr. Crane," she began, "is , to non-smokers. it dangerous for an expectant 1 These results^ moreover, are most weight, Leonard Paj u 1 a, pregnancy Last year the Federal Health Oaklawn, 111. Statistics of the "And. if so, why haven't wei Service of West Germany madejtional 70,000 deformed 120 livi n g reano, waiter u. uoraa. AIV i n i m .i nn ,i mn «t o-nv hair Antnn' 11 """s^ 1 "^ iui "•• ^«H>-^ "vr .. ~ , r . : . ». Ja ,onc,, x.,,0 D. Kuns,. ^f »«£« *S• ££l 2 r±^,™« "»"« "•']-}.JTS,°S21ST,, Life Insurance For People Ages 39 to 79 addiction to the nuisance habit of smoking. For not only will you jeopardize your baby's size, weight, and general health, but you may be the cause of deformed! infants. For experimental resea r c n has shown, even among laboratory animals, that .nicotine seems to cause deformity, monsters, freaks and other abnormalities. When the thalidomide scare was at its height, and 4,000 de- . . formed babies were ascribed to! men accused in the May 17 rob- its effect, there were an addi- bery of $43,303 from a suburban (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his bpok- i Copy right by The Hopk i n s lets.) Syndicate, Inc.) suits and dark glasses, claims he's a simple businessman. The late Sen. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., branded Marcello "one of the worst criminals in the country" when he held his rackets hearings in the early 1950s. ! It was established that Marcello was born Calogero Mena- cari in Tunis, North Africa, of Sicilian parents and entered the United States in October 1940. He had never become a naturalized citizen. Marcello's father, Joseph, en- tered.the shrimping business in South Louisiana. In 1960, a birth certificate for Marcello popped up during an obscure Guatemalan visit. A Carlos Marcello served 4 years of a 9-14 year sentence for assault and armed robbery in connection with a bank holdup in 1929. In 1938, he was sentenced to a year and a day in a federal prison on narcotics charges. Two Face Jury Trial On Robbery Charges GRAND RAPIDS (AP) Horse Show Is Aug. 12 IONIA (AP)—The Ionia Free Fair will hold its horse show- Aug. 12. KILL ATHLETE'S FQOT GERM One application of T-4-L, steps Itcfc and horning In MINUTES or y»mr 4»e back. In 3 to 5 days. Infected skin sloughs off lo expose more terms f»r the kill. Then watch HEALTHY skin appear; TODAY at Ironwood Pharmacy. classmates show them scattered in various states of this nation. been warned more widely about! a similar analysis of this moot I question about the effect of ci- "For my obstetrician specifi- Now you can apply by mail, di- root, to the Homn Oflico. for n Life Insurance Policy providing $2000 jruarantei'd-rato lifotime protection. Application and rates mailed to you without obligation. Tear out this ad und mail today with your name, address, r.ip cndr and year of birth In Great Lakes Insurance <'o.. Klein, 111. 6012'J. r ..._..................... Moil lo Dcpf 31109PH5 ' Great Lakes Insurance Co Elgin, Illinois 60172 Please mail me an application and rates to apply for Life Insurance. ADDRESS. CITY -ZIP. YEAR OF HRTH_ w'ith"an unusuaHy'large number cally forbids his patients to living on the Gogebic R a n g e. smoke." Places of residence show 62 in During pregnancy, a very Michigan, of whom 38 live in the minute chemical change in the immediate vicinity; 19 in Wis- mother can affect the develop- consin; six in Minnesota: eight ing baby in her womb, in California: 12 in Illinois: two- Thus, the thalidomide hazard in New York: two in Florida ; a couple of years ago showed one each in New Jersey, Dela- that thousands of deformed in- ware. Georgia and Washington, fants resulted from taking such D. C., Texas and Wyoming, tranquillizer pills. Whereabouts of two classmates But nicotine is also a violent were not known poison, often used in insecti- '. ; cides for that purpose. _ i And examination of the ba'o- DrOUght Rums Cape hes born to smoking mothers CnA Prrtnkarrw C rnn ' VBl'SUS thOSC Who ai'6 nOn-Smok- IV-OQ v-ranoerry v,rup ers revea)s several startling j BOSTON fAP) — The long facts. drought has caused serious • Dr. J. R. Zabriskie, a fellow damage to the cranberry crop, in the American College of Ob- of Cape Cod. the state says. | Metricians and Gynecolog i s ts, About 100,000 barrels have been: reported a study of 2,000 conse- lost so far. ! cutive births. garets on pregnancy. It concluded, as follows: born in America alone! babies 1 Wyoming branch of Union Bank ! & Trust Co. face jury trial here What do you suppose caused all those other 70,000 deformed infants? il) Smoking mothers have The attention was focussed more undeveloped babies; for dramatic effect, on thalido- SALE PRICES SLASHED! FINAL PRICE CUTS ON ALL OUR REMAINING SUMMER FOOTWEAR All Sales Final—No Refunds—No Exchanges ALL SALES ARE CASH ON SALE SHOES! (2) Their infants are shorter,imides 4,000 abnormal babies today before Judge Noel P. Fox. Charged in the robbery are William Pearson, 24, of Grand! Rapids, and James Marshall, 22, of Rockford, 111. They were arrested May 28 in New Orleans. PICNIC PLANNERS! 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