Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 19
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 19

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THURSDAY, AUGUSTS, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE KENMORE WASHER NOT A STOCK CAR-Although it may look like it, the car shown here is not a stock car, at least not yet. This painted up Jewel of yesteryear will be driven in turn by many of the members of the Gogebic Range Junior Chamber of Commerce as they seek to increase the organization's membership. It is planned that each member of the group will either drive the car or wear a cardboard sign wherever he goes until he signs ftp a new member. Both the car and the signs carry such phrases as "Help, I Need A New Member," or "Join the Jaycees." (Daily Globe Photo) Pulp Mill to Be Constructed in Wisconsin City A multi-million dollar pulp mill wil be constructed in Wisconsin Rapids by Consolclated Papers, Inc., it was announced by Stanton W. Mead, company president The program was approved Tuesday by the company's Board of Directors. Engineering for a 300 ton a day bleached kraft mill will begin immediately. The new plant should be ready for opera- t i o n in mid 1967. A g r o u nd- breaking date has not been set pending completion of d e tailed engineering plans. The plant is expected to cost and coach at Marenisco this $20 million. ! year, according to Northern The new pulp mill will replace! Michigan University. A June the 200 ton a day sufite pulp! graduate at NMU. Bailey, re- NEW TEACHER—Russell L. Bailey, Bergland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey, will be the new social studies teacher and coach at mill here which will cease operation at the firm's Wiscon s i n Rapids Division when the new plant is completed. Present plans call for building the plant in the City of Wisconsin Rapids on a site north of the present Wisconsin Rapids Division woodroom between Third celved a bachelor of science degree in history. While at Northern, he was a member of the Delta Omega Nu Fraternity, of which he was treasurer. in by-product sales, its survival was assured," Mead said. Details on construction and Avenue North and the Wiscon- employment prospects, costs and sin Rtvei j financing, type of digester and * * * ! recovery units, steam and "The mill will be constructed power requirements, and other here to permit close integration element? of the plant will be with our local paper mills and I announced later when final engi- existing stream and generating j neerinp plans have been drawn facilities. Pulp will be pumped and approved. The company will j directly to our two large mills- use local hardwoods and soft- Wisconnn Rapids and B 1 r o n : woods as it does in existing sul- Divisions Here we can also uti- ] fite mUJ augmented by pine, lize supporting facilities such as! Plant pngineering work to be our mnintenance shops," Mead j handed by indeper.dent consult- said. | ing firms has been arranged Mearl noted that invitations to ! All ol the mill's production- build i his plant in other areas 300 tooK a day of bone-dry have teen received from var- bleached pulp or 100,000 tons ions industrial d e v e 1 o pment a year- will be used by the groups in the northern hemis- j Company in its own papermak- phere including several Cana-1 ing operations, dian provinces. ! Consolidated operates plants in Construction of the kraft mill i Wisconsin Rapids, Biron, W h i t- marks the first chemical pulp j ing. Stevens Point, and Apple- expan.5ion by the company since, ton, Wis., and employs approx- 1945 During this twenty-y ear! imately 4,500 people. It ranks as period. Consolidated's ena m e 1 the nation's largest producer paper production has nearly i of enamel printing papers used tripled ! in national publications and Kraft mills are traditiona 1 ly ! commercial printing. known for their odor, Mead ob- '. served, but he pointed out that! significant technical aclvanc e s: had beer- made to greatly r e duce this problem. "We have Leo DeCaire. Champion, spent visited 9 number of mills in the j a weekend here with Mrs. De-i U.S. snc 1 abroad to observe I Caire. j their odor control techniques as | Mr and MrS- Petei . T homp-| well ar. their plant engineering, j son and family, Trout Creek i We find new mills can do an| S p e nt a weekend with her pav- Sidnaw Personals excellent job in odor reduction which older mills find difficult to accomplish. The best control devices will be employed in the new mill to minimize odors Studies have also been made ofi prevailing wind patterns. ! The. plant will be so located to take advantage of them; thus, when combined with the latest technological equipment we expect to do the best odor-control job that is possible." * * + "Stream conditions on the' Wisconrin River will be greatly improved with the demise of the sulfite mill and the start-up of the kraft facility. When our sulfite mill goes down we will suta- stantialy reduce the pollution loading by, our Wisconsin Rapids Division. We anticipate a 70 to 80 per cent reduction," Mead reported The company plans to continue operation of its other sulfite pulp mill at Appleton, Wisconsin. "At the outset of our study the possibility of closing this mill was considered but with that plant's preferred positi o n relativ to our Canadian spruce lands for pulpwood supply and with lip profitable engagement ents. Mr. and Mrs. Willi a m Davis. j Howard Thompson left recently for Plainwell where he will be employed. Cronkright is visiting in Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C u m- mings Sr., son, Walfred, and daughters, Linda and Lennae, were recent Michigamme callers. George Porter, Ann Arbor, visited friends here for a weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelley have returned home from a trip to Ann Arbor. Mrs. Evelyn Longrie and son, Willard, were recent Iron River callers. Mr. and Mrs. David Cook, Oscoda, spent a few days here. Mrs. Keith Shingler and daughter, Mrs. John Chlebowski, and family were recent Iron wood callers. Mrs. Lempi Willoube and daugher, Joyce, Chicago, visited her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C u m - mings Sr., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were recent Michigamme callers. NOW SERVING BREAKFASTS! Open at 7 a.m.! The Other Place' 132 E. Aurora DIAL 932-2610 ... for Pizza Delivery Service. 25c for minimum order of $2. Free Delivery on orders over $4 —OPEN UNTIL 11 P.M.— *•• Ironwood with 3 Wash Temperatures KENMORE WASHER S REG. 199.95 NOW 149 No Money Down Big 12-lb. Capacity! Easy to operate, just set two dials, for automatic fill, wash, rinse, and spin-dry. Choose cold, warm or hot wash-water temperature. 6-vane agitator. 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