Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 30
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1965. Mart Features Gold-Mining Shares' Rally NEW YORK (APi—A rally by Obituaries i I U ' HnL ! married to the Rev. Richard L. JOCK nnvnOK Vork at Merce r. They made BESSEMER — Jack Hrivnak. their home at Hibbing. Minn., 66. of Presque Isle, Wis., died f 0r S j x months, and then moved Wednesday at the Divine Infant to Washburn, residing there for Hospital. Wakefield. where he three years. The couple later Council Okays Proposal About New Hospital Ritualist Practice Of RAM Set Aug. 11 A. Ted Johnson, high priest of Minerva Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, reminds all officers andj members of the Upcoming Tri- State Royal Arch Festival to be held in Bessemer Saturday, Aug. Shriners Meet At Marquette MARQUETTE — Approximately 400 Shriners from Tripoli Tem- Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Wednesday: Robert Baldo w 1 n, Hurley, surgery; Lester Sederholm. 323 W. Tamarack St., medical. Discharged Wednesday: Mrs. Mary Pretti, Hurley: Arthur Corrier, Washburn: Mrs Kath 28. Tne first ritualist practice pie of Milwaukee will come to Re ardon Sharon Mancheste for that festival will be held Marquette this weekend to take 1* Amelia Goodwin Iron- Wednesdav. AUE. 11. at 1:30 P.m.' nai-t in flip traditional summer "__• was admitted Monday. moved to Bclmont. wis.. where! ,. ,_ , i Wednesday. Aug. 11. at 7:30 p.m. ; pa rt in the traditional summer • The remains are at the Frick- they resided for two and one BESSEMER — The proposal i at t he Bessemer Masonic Tern- ceremononial of Ahmed Shrine; " uu "gold-miring shares featured aizielinski Funeral Home, Besse- nalf years, and then moed to by the board of trustees of the 1 pie. mixed session on the New York i . mer ; ™" al wrangements are Ners trand in January. 1964. Grand View Hospital to erect 1 _. , _ , , .., ,. [incomplete at this time. she is survived bv her ius-l a npw v,n<!nitni hnUriinD- Stock Exchange early this aft- Hrivnak was born in Besse- band: two daughters". Diane 5.: Lr^rt hf th P Rpiim^r ernoon Imer Oct. 3. 1898. He attended, Unda< 3: ner * arentSi Mr . and dorsed by the Bessemei Prices of most key issues i the local schools and later he. Mrs . Erne st Craw; two brothers: r!nl1 "° n ™<™ riav «>vpnmc Committees Get Set for Muskie Festival at Gile Members of the Otic Flowape Association are working hard lo pn- en Monda y showed little or no change. The gold shares advanced 1 or 2 points, making new highs in some instances. Their rise reflected a jump in the price of gold on the London Bullion Ex- lived In turn in Cleveland, O..' and one slster j 9-1 vote. Al) councilmen and Presque Isle, where he oper-: Funeral ser ices were held at'"yes" with the exception by a voted i of! ated the Little OxBow Lake Re-1 Nerstrand Met hodlst Church on sort for 20 years. In Cleveland, Saturdayi July 31 ^to tne he was employed by General Rev Dr Edward s _ Martin Motors Corp, until he re ired ;and the Re _ A> B _ mzman Qf _ Councilman Carl R. Olson, who! "passed." I The action was taken after 1 LANSING Dratt Call for Month Increased Teirmle ' DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. .-——--— - ,„,,,,,;.,, T e Milwaukee Shriners' con-! Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Ba- make this year s MusWe .tlngent will feature six u n i t s, j tista J. Conterio, Maren i s c o, val on Aug. , and a me the among them a horse patrol, oriental band, chanters and regular drill patrol. They will present a big program in the Northern Michigan University fieldhouse at 7:30 Saturday evening. A parade will be held at 1 API — Michigan's Saturday afternoon in the down- an 1 medical; Arne Sturkol, Wakefield, accident; Lawrence Lon- and returned to Presque Isle in , discussion of a communication draft ca u f or September has town area of the city. fun the Little ! change to the highest price in years Fear of currency devaluation in Britain had its echoes in Wall the e doC a7e clXS cievelanTV"7he bach - Eeretf Hamann, Roy Jan-; international finance. i Wallace, in Cleveland, at .««.„„.„„ Tim , ln vtaMvt . 0 _ ^ me7ement" was"' "at i received from tne nos P ltal board been increased from 910 to 1,410 In addition to the Milwaukee! imeremem was at i . »„,,.,»„., c .,,__i_»,_,,f_.i >,„ uetn iiini-ctBcu nuiii » ____ , ------ at,..:,,--,, t,-™-, thmncriiniin Cemetery. Sand- " of trustees, supplemented by, Selectlve service Director Ar- group, Shriners from explanation by Councilmen Ed-, tnur Holmes announced today.'the Upper Peninsula and their mund Rodd, a member of the' ,p hQ \^r^^r\ ran is a result ! families will be coming to Mar- OnJun 5. 1937, he was mar- RorAbrl hMm Bniin board of trustees: William Wa 8' ' of "ihe "announcement V Fresfc' quette. Registration at the Ma. d t tn f Inez stickle Roger Albright Milton Boll e n- chairman of the hospi t a i; ° _,A he , ^"^nf an increase in sonic Temple Saturday morning mittee: William ^ J 0 ^" SrSrth f^VlS is expected to exceed 1,000 for stone Church. She survives ousek Irwin Kispert. Roy Kis- Street n'ere trimmed later, however, as other stocks rallied in London, showing that the immediate impact of the gold price news was softened. Some other natural resource issues on the Big Board, principally nonferrous metals, putj together with a ter, Mrs. Vera Weber, Grafton, Curtis Starch a n.d , , O one brother, James. Olevel- i Glenr ! von land, and two sisters, Mrs. Julia ! Active Pajbearers were Ar- Brocheck Cleveland and Mrs. 1 tnur Gess, Robert Hope. John SSrtT B C a e x a, and 'w a a n rrenville i Kispert, Leroy Miller, Wai t e r Heights. O. Musehl and Harland Wille. Mrs. Frank A. Kujala 'Mrs. Raymond Sargent orTa'^ood'show but most of the' Mrs. Frank A. Kujala, 75, Bes- ; Mrs. Raymond Sargent, 40, of w** w D >vv« ,_*_ j. * * v * i . r)f)A TIf XTAwtt*-. O4- T«*nH**i « « ft stockst was trendless. semer Township, died Wednes- ! 224 W. Norrie St., Ironwood, . The Associated Press average day at 9:30 p.m. at Grand View died Wednesday at the home of and health committee: Hansen, former member the hospital board, and others. Points stressed in sion were the tal for the do, Wakefield, surgery. Discharged Wednesday: Mrs Mary LaClaw, Ironwood. Area Resident Attends Meeting Of 32 homemakers from t h e ever. All of the members have been busy selling tickets, working on nf armed forces strength in Viet; »s expectea to exceea i.uuu 10. Penlnsula W ho attended of „__ _„ ori inal nat i 0 nal call; the big hot sands event. tn ^ 38tn annual Homemakers „„ ?„,. September was Heading the list of feat u i e d Week for j arrangements for entertainme n t and refreshments for the fourth- coming activities. The chairman for the event is Louis Cardlni. the club president, and he is assisted by the co-chairmen Marco Gotta and Ted Brunelle. They have spent many hours organizing and coordinating various projects and committee activities. The various committees for the festival are as follows; Finance committee—Val Gene chairman: Cardini, Mar- reasons ^or °a "ew "hospltal'^to | ^ icl ' iganimmte " *JS ^ Yea J^J' w h a r s in |lIcte f d N °ntenSnar'le V ad°-; tonagon County at the meet standards mandated byi ste P? ed up *°_ m ! e * I"""?,,™.' er of the Shriners last month ence at Michigan State son toward meeting conditions which continuing hospital serv physical .! ber. W111U11 ^VilUlllWlilfa 11UOM4I/UA »JV»* * i - , -. ice can be assured; reasons The September diaft j. nt riouwicAi-x.v* *.www—.~~—o- w — *- Urt*. v.«,«.4-1.^.*. i-»«. —* j **• *.• lUc UcUl uc aoouicu, i ca o u u o of 60 stocks at noon was un-,Hospital. She had been ill two her brother Raymond Marti remo deling the existing change at 328.4 with the Indus-; months. ____ ^ .Bheboygan Falta,-Wis.. where ^^ ig „* practical or trials" rails and utilities all un-, The former Anna K. Pelikka> she was visiting, changed as well. i was born May 23, 1890 in Oulun- Mrs. Sargent born July — ..... ______ Jones industrial av-|LaanrFiniand."ana*was"educat-| 21 . 1925, in Rhinelander, Wis., erage st noon was off .54 at i ed in Finland. She came to the ar "d moved with her family to 883.34 ! United States in 1911, settling The major steelmakers showed here. On Aug. 28, 1913 she was scarcely any change. Almost j married here to Frank A. Kuja- the same condition prevailed! la. He died Nov. 10, 1961. She among the top auto stocks. I was a member of the Evangel- Mercer when she was still child. She attended the Mercer schools and graduated from Mercer High School in 1943. She was employed in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., for about one year. She was the former Joyce ate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bond prices were j wood; three, grandchildren and mixed. U.S. Treasury bonds'four great-grandchildren, sagged in reaction to the ad-1 Funeral services will be held vance in the price of gold in London. IBM was off 2 while gains of ical Lutheran Church. a point or so were made by U.S. Surviving are two daughters,, morris to Sr£W and Control Data Mrs. Jacob Luoma of Babbitt, ^arti an^was^marned to Prices were higher in moder- Minn., and Mrs. Arthur M. of Ironwood: one sis- unm 19g2 and tnen moved iQ Ironwood, where they have lived since. She was a member of the hus- tinued an increase in the monthly calls this year. Previous calls „ - W. Gjelsteen, I side at the major activities during the ceremonial. Vernon M. of living in their homes. Lantta and Eugene the Varalll. enateof Tri: community and the world. the 1965 di- This year's theme was "To- pci i . ™ men Gogebic. noted three. five; Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS berg-Miller Mortuary with Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg elating. Interment will be at erslde Cemetery. the one Joyce 0 Local Tourist Centers Busy July has been a busy month for the Michigan State Travel Center and the The Shriners' party for crip-'cussed "Change and Conflict Ontonagon, p i ed children at SI. Luke's Hos- Around the World." pital will take place at 10 Sat- 1 While in East Lansing, urday morning. Miller also heard Jeanette Lee. Shriners will form for the pa- dean of the College of Home rade at 12:30 Saturday afternoon. Economics, discuss "The Chal- Various programs are sched- lenge of Home Economics at uled throughout the day for the your University." Also speak- visiting nobles, novices fronv i n g at the event was Lou Ahmed and members of Ahmed whitefield. assistant director of Structure IS not practical Ul '.y ^a^c, v...^ j- • - jj ua leiuyie, ucaua me iauj ui- ii..o jv,... ^ Hinlrmpl economical: the need of the hos- were 363 In January. 284 in Feb- v for the Milwaukee g rou p. day's Homemaker Shapes To- ^ a j' mel pital from the standpoint of ruary. 521 in March. 689 in April, Registration for tne vislto r s. morrow's World." Dr. Zelma Maro»*• public health and the industrial 724 in May, 1.009 in June. 1.175 will take place at 8:30 Saturday George, noted sociologist and » 1C uia h omino and economic growth of the in July, and 1.117 in August. morning in the temple, although former delegate to the United area' and general financing in- The call by draft boards in many of t .ne dignitaries will ar-. Nations General Assembly, was formation as reported by board' Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties, rive tne previous evening. j the keynote speaker. ^He^di s of trustees in their communica- Is as follows:^ ,._..... . ,,.„* tion. The board of trustees — that "The Gogebic County Board The total for all boards of Supervisors has called a spe- the state is 1,410. cial election to allow the people, to decide whether or not they I want a hosptial. On Sept.. 20, the: voters will be asked to vote on ; the question of building a new i hospital and the issuance ofj $400,000 in general otaligat ion bonds. Based on the state equal- j ized valuation of property in the __ _ county, this will cost the average Ir o n wood"" Travel informal i o n J ° co Domi- D °™ ence Dance committee — Card i n i, chairman; Robert Gerry. Frank and James Maffesanti. Beverage committee — Marco Mrs. Gotta, chairman: Bruno Stedleski '' Coxey, Nester Laspa, Louis Laguna, Hornick. Pete Maffesanti and Louis Leoni. The dance committee has an- and their ladies. extension for home economics. HOHICS Ed- The mortuary will be open for ;Wln _ Rhinelander; Mrs. Robert visitation beginning at 5 p.m Friday and until time of services Saturday. Prue. Butte, Mont., and M r s. John Anderson, Mercer; and two brothers, John Marti, Mercer, and Raymond Marti, Sheboygan Falls. NEW YORK (AP) — Following is a sectioned list of stock Mrs. Emma Johnson transactions onthe New York Mrs. Emma Johnson, 87, „* Stock Exchange at midday with 503 sixth Ave. North, Hurl e y,: f^ a ; 30 f atu ™ ay Mrs J °c Th n residential taxpayer, less than' st tlon oper ated by the Iron- > three ce " ts f*™^\ ~™ ,T" wood Chamber of Commerce i pay more; some will pay less At the travel information sta- and some senior citizens wi 1 1 u operate d by the Chamber ' , k _ artvw m be urn- P° lita .Jmular Range duo committee for games and Mrs. Miller attended sets of activitles durlng tne d ay has three cases on two subjects: d ful , prograrn to t . n . -Effective Communication and f ertaln {ne entlre family start . , t , m both days Lunch anBd refreshments will be served pay nothing because they arei f tax exempt. Approval of both questions will entitle the county to a governmental grant of . ! about S700.000, which with the; O P^ J 51 ™; issue will make it possible; than l ™ " 400 v e n f r60D/G • v-vr|-r«w ineie. The state travel informal! o n Households or persons who nniv hpVn are willing and qualified to take o y care of elderly, infirm, or disabled people are being sou g h t the Iron County Welfare De- Women.' net change from previous close. died early this morning at = t r h „ rnh *«eKdrt Oh uich Allied Ch Am Can Af Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Beth Steel Calum H Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Cont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fds Gen Motors Gen Tel Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Steel Inter Chem Interlak Ir Int Bus Men Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kim Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears roeb Std Brand Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Up. D—Down. 27 49% 10. 66% U 38",-i- U 35'/s U Grand View Hospital, where she ^,S* Be ^J ar1an Jf mLe £ C Vt had been a patient for the past SS'ceSry^ 11 * * g IheTafborn at Carlst a d s ,. ^KnSS S$£tfJ& Sw . ede ?: ™_ Novell. W77,_ and «£ 2 pjn . Friday . The re . aken to the Wes- Church at 11 Va came to the United States with, 22'/ 2 U '/s her husband in 1912. They then: 70>4 U 44" 8 U 80 5 /s U 57% ,55V' 8 U 39uj D V'a daughter in law, Mrs. Jean V4 moved to the Hurley area. j Saturday to lie ln state until the Vs Her husband. Gustaf Johnson,' tlme of tne s erv t ce . % preceded her in death in 1935, ' ' and for the past 25 years she 1 A had made her home with a ! Johnson, Hurley. She was a • \'z member of the Vasa Lodge. I a /6 She is survived by one son, ! Henry. Another son, Frank, »/4 died May 9, 1962. ! Funeral services will be held Vs at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Hur-, *.& ™"**« m ™?2. JSSMJK ChambeTof the Rev. N L aynard offici- 353/4 683/4 U 237V4 U 843/4 523/4 U 843/4 98V 2 D 40^8 U 35V 8 56V8 46^8 D, 45 l /4 42V 8 D after 2 p.m. Friday. 363-8 U Vs' 18 V ? T ,f 4i Mrs. Thomas Kutrovac 87% U IVs 53 513 8 u 48 5 / 8 54'/j D 83 1 ,'- U 343/4 Joycees Begin Area Drive for New Members R a n g I er ! e t rt its drive for new to finance construction of a new to unance uuiisiruuuuu ui a "CH . ,. h nlim hpr nf trave- *""»'"*••"•• "~~~- —» — modern 70 bed hospital, if the| "^i"^ number of trave Foote supervisor in charge of The hospital board notes that tune "History of Michigan." The MSU Cooperative Extension Service and the MSU Con- | n " x j n ' c " a ft'ernoons' and evenings, tinning Education Service spon- A lota , of S500 tn casn w ill be sor the "College Week for givcn out in acicm i on to $110 in "' " gifts, including transistor radios and stuffed animals. Money raised from this endeavor will go to help local groups interested in Gogebic Range recreational promotion and helping build up the club's Gogebic Corn- old age assistance and disabled One of the persons inju r e d, munity College scholarship fund, aid programs in the agency. in the auto accident that took All local residents are invited It is reported that homes are place on the Black River Road to share in the enjoyment and '•- ' effort to make this fes- Condition of j.uc oi,av<= ^o--. ...^Y •-- by tne Iron Coun ty welfare ue- •% /s*, •-• •/ ;.; center has had a very large in- partment according to Forrest DOV C TlT/COl :< crease in the number of trave- £ SU nervisor in charee of L ' U / V*f IlltUI •me nosDiiai uuaiu nuica um., -- - , , T all detaUs of the Droposals wO , This y ear - in the month °l Ju ' needed for recipients of the- aids Tuesday afternoon in which Miss fun In an effort be nub! shed prior to the elec- ^ alone ' 8 ' 153 vls ! tors h 5 Ve who require some supervision in Bonnie Tilton, 18. of Montreal, tlval a succss. I- I File " tionfsolhat ffvoters^ay'be u " sed the travel information addltlon to food and shelter. The was killed, is reported in criti- informed Arrangements have center in Ironwood for guidance Iron Coumy agency is permitted cal condition today at the Grand been made fSripeakers to ap- and information regarding trave to pay for this kind of care> in view Hospital . at organization meetings i ^™% Ml ^ h l g f"'^ ^ lgn f Tn^ nnfv ' addition to tne " board a n d Demis Saa »- 1Si of Erwin Continue d from Pate One to discuss the hospital proposals, y ear - m the montn of July ' ° nly room" for certain cases. Township, a iront seat passen- Continued irom rage une they• sSid extending an Invltal! 8,752 tourists visited the center. According to Foote. this is an ger in the car, is reported by Viet Cong were killed m two tion for organizations, to ask for J — opportunity for additional in- the attending physician to be • p v , e ™" e " 1 0 P" ati< «|^" ""' the services of a speaker by ! QhllfCh Events i come for households^or persons suffering from a brain concus- tral Viet Nam - He sald 27 were tendent of the hospital, at phone 932-2525 A report was presented of the tonight at 7:30. joint meeting of the council and i r—— - . city planning commission, toi IronWOOQ Man rorteitS who are found qualified. In ad- slon ln addition to other injuries killed in a swe ,^ p m p , hu ^ . Mass—St. Paul's Lutheran •! dition, it would fill a great need whicn include a fractured richt Province. 240 miles northeast of The board of trustees will meet '• for tne Iron county Welfare De- tnien bone and arm and n ;T ad Saigon nnd the other 30 in Bmh t __:_u. .» r,., n 'partment. lacerations! Dinh province. 275 miles north- Foote emphasizes that this Another passenger Miss Ro- east Ol Sal K° ni agency is trying to set up a pro- berta B rown, 16, of 117 S. Range In tne air war in gram so that persons needing Rd is repol . tecl improved. Nam - u - s - and . OO iV tJVCAAVkl *WU x*<-»-»* -.**• -»—... .. „ T , Klver members from each of the side Cemetery, Ironwood i commun ities in this area. Friends may call at the Eng-j A between 21 and „ strom Funeral Home in Hurley! ^ O f age may join this or- i «»„ o „ m isviH.,, i ganlzation, and in order to make it truly a success, it is necessary that a large number of persons in this age bracket from each of the communities study the plan for the long-j D , u,, r l au Tnnrt i gram so tnal Dersons . ne eamg Rd is reportet i improved. Nam - " anci . range over-all physical develop-! Bond at Murley V-OUrt , S0 me miner supervision and The driver of the car Marvin planes flew nearly . ment plan nrepared by the! Raymond DeGeorgio, I r o n -1 services can be taken care of Morrlson 19 of w Hautanen a K ainsr suspected Viet Cong planning commission, before'wood, forfeited a bail bond in . in the home of a relative or Rd Ironwood ToW nship. is re- .fortifications. Forward artillery submitting it at a proposed pub-; the amount of $15 Monday at 1 '"*'••" ™-- '<• »-'—* ^ »' «i,c.^.,«,.«. ,.«^^»H « v, fl f n^^ lie hearing. It was noted that, I Iron County Court on a charge 35 'at this study session. City Attor- 1 of driving a motor vehicle with•i*« I .... w -*^ _»i AA 4.:_».«j I Ai*4- n itnMrl ^li'i^fQf'c 1ir»oncA 52% D 66% U 43 U 58'/a U 41'i U 66Vs D BESSEMER — Mrs. Thomas | Kutrovac, 78, of 219 E. Iron St., died Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. at Divine Infant Hospital, W a k e- ''? ] field, where she was admitted /8 1 Tuesday afternoon when she suf- ! fered a heart seizure. 1//8 j The former Magdeline Turkal 79 49 U 76V' 8 U 453/8 59V4 D 481/8 38: D U 1 ^ 4 was born March 31, 1887 in Yu- 1/4 goslavia and had resided in Bessemer since 1906. She was mar, ried to Thomas Kutrovac by the Vsiiate Rev. C. J. Swoboda and and was a member of St. Se- CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 4.500; butchers steady to 25 lower- 1-2 190-230 Ib 24.7525.00; mixed 1-3 190 - 250 Ibs 2425-24,75; 2-3 250-280 Ibs 23.752425; mixed 1-3 300-350 Ib sows 22.50-23.00. Cattle 700; calves none; slaughter steers steady; several lots choice 900-1,175 Ib 25.2526 50; several lots high choice 900-1 000 Ib heifers - 25.75-26.00; several loads and lots 800-1,000 Ibs 23.25-25.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE on the range join. Up to now there is not a single member from Hurley and there are very few from Bessemer and Wakefield. It is hoped officials said at a meet i n g non-relative. This is believed to be an advantage to the client and the agency. It will provide a 'wllll'am'F^Pe'liow questioned! out a valid driver's license. | home setting for those need i n g legality of certain provisions I Iron County Judge Arne H. these services, and it is to the head lacer- of the proposed ordinances. Action on the report was tabled for further study, at this spe-; by the state traffic officer on cial meeting. After discussion of the report! and report of Supreme Co u r t rulings of questions of legal i t y by the City of Troy, the council approved the suggestion of Pel- 1 Highway 51, Hurley. Wicklund ordered the bail bond j benefit of the welfare depart- forfeited. The arrest was made i ment in several ways. The care must be provided in a home setting and not in a, j group situation, according to; i Foote. He says that the agency; is looking for persons with the; ability to provide the services Julius C. Penna Jr. Receives Promotion Mr. and Mrs. Julius Penna, much improved The at - observers reported 75 Viet Cong mucn impiovea. me at kmed in the strlkes but tnis was d not confirmed by body count. Military briefing officers reported relatively heavy raids during the night against targets in No.rth Viet Nam. They gave this report: Seventeen Navy planes attacked the Dai Thuong barracks area 6*5 miles northwest of Hanoi. Pilots reported 26 build- Innocent Plea jfj An Aug. 19 date has been set ings destroyed and another low that Harold Schieber, re- Montreal, have received word I tarining is necessary. and supervision. No specialized for a psychiatric examination j damaged. All planes returned bastian Catholic Church, 'thc| group itself and the areas the Ladies Guild of the church, and!members represent. the Bessemer Golden Age Club. Stace_ thisMs one! of few'organ- izations in the area oriented toward young people in general, officials feel it is in the best interests of any and all persons in this age bracket to join an organization that is geared to their interests and to that of their respective communities. and other factors involved, be ; trict manager for Lakeside Lab invited to the next meeting of' the council on Aug. 16, to discuss the ordinance provisions. The council moved to also invite the city planning commission to this meeting. Wednesday evening, that tlred mine superintendent,' who j that their son, Julius C. Penna ;_ Persons who have jomejnter-j who^on^ Tuesday ated from persons living in these communities to join this "young persons club" and make it a success, both for the for Robert Roose, Vallejo, Calif, j safe i y to the carrier Independ- County ence : has had experience in zoning! Jr., has been'promoted to dis- i est are urged to visit the wel- Court at Hurley, entered a pleai Twe i V e U.S. Air Force F105 or,H nt.hPi- fartnrR involved, belt.rir.t manager for Lakeside Lab-! fare department offices at the of innocent, by reason of msan-1 Thunrierchiefs attacked thP Surviving, besids her h u s- band, ar six daughters, Mrs. Ernest Shaw of Ingelw o o d , Calif., Mrs. Toivo Pikka of Wakefield, Mrs. Walter Peterson of Minneapolis, Mrs. Robert Judd of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Arthur Carli of Ironwood and Bessmer; 13 grandchildrn and one brother, Joseph Turkal of Mrs. James Sweeney of Detroit; 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Sebas- ,- - - mnW i- „,. tlan Catholic Church with the! ride around in an automobile pi Rev. C. J. Fraczek officiating, carry a sign advertising Paper Soys Demos Are Trying To Take Over State Colleges Funerals BONNIE M. TILTON oratories. Milwaukee, for the Courthouse in Hurley where ad-jity. to a charge of burglary. | vinh army barracks, hit by the Florida, Georgia and Alabama j ditional information can be ob-i^lt was ^erroneously ^ reported I same number of Air territory. His headquarters are;tained. ' ™ '"" at Jacksonville. Fla. Julius is; a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley. By AL SANDNER Gov. G. charge. Roose was arrested on July 30 by the Hurley Police Dep a r t- ment, with the cooperation of the ! Ironwood Police Department. Funeral "services for Miss Bon- In Tuesday's court appear- nie May Tilton, 18, daughter of ance - Roose testified that he Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tilt o n, nad Previously used the name Montreal, who was fatally in- Robert Bronson. Mennen jured in an auto accident Tues- Roose ' now in tne custod y of Tuesday that Roose had en- planes Wednesday. A total of 19 tered a plea of guilty to the, DuildinRS were reported de- will be actively recruiting new, members both from Ironw o o d and the neighboring towns. It is planned '• Duluth by sheriff's officers, for I stroyed and 14 others damaged during the two missions. All planes returned safely to base. Four other F105s extensively damaged the Lang Minh military area and a nearby bridge 95 miles northwest of Hanoi. Fifteen Navy planes made five strikes during the night and hit vehicles, caves and building areas south of Hanoi. call at the Eng- that Michigan Democrats and tr are ment. after 2 this afternoon. Burial will be at Hillcrest Cemetery. The Frick-Zielinski Fun e r a 1 Home will open for visitation at 2 p.m. Friday. Parish rosary at 8 p.m. Friday will be followed by Ladies Guild rosary devotions. til more persons join. Prospective candidates also be contacted indivldu a trying to take over the school "Third was the "clearing of | u ' nc and other state colleges and important board of trustees BBENDA BOTT , | "; universities. agenda items with top Demo-; Funeral services for Bre n d a i wlll! Democratic State Chairman cratic leaders," wrote Wells. \ Bott, five-month old daughter of I «,c^ „„ nnnr ar .T P n ,n n ,v,,,,,H n v Zolton Ferency and MSU .Board The meeting, Ferency and; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bott, willi 2nd RMsTEned^theh response of Trustees Chairman Warren Huff said separately, was open.'be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the S^^Wm^UrTofSE'Huff, a Democrat, denied the Ferency added that it was "one gngstrom Funeral Home. vim m- i^Y"*"""! . ollarrotiom.. nf a on vice aimort at octahllsVl. XlUricy. group said. steady to firm wholesale buying _ . Richard L. Vork ^Square Dance Club Mrs. Richard L. Vork, 30, of! Plans PlCniC Aug. 7 s . . , , . mMatrat < nn ,„„ rho hnarr , „, prices % higher; 93 score AA j Nerstrand. Minn., former Mer-; T he Hiawatha Square D a n c e mmlstiation and the board of """ "~ -'-•""' .«— i nr~*~.~~* „ „ _. . . . ...._. _ __*,..-,. ---- rrnsrppK. allegations. of a series aimed at establish- The paper, the State News, ing a committee of academi- .,,°" lcla '; in £. 1 ^ 111 be the Rev charged in a page one banner cians who want to aid, as- waiter Torkiidson. story that the "power struggle" sist and advise us as experts in tnenas may can at tne extends to the faculty, the ad- various fields." strom Fun e r a 1 Home after 92 A 60V* 1 ' 90 GB 89 C 58V4; Cars 90 GB 60V4; 89 C 59Mi. Eggs steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 70 per cent or petter Grade A whites 33; mixed-33, mediums'26%; standards' 2)5; dirties unquoted; checks 21. Asa Gray's "Manual of B o t cer resident, died Wednesd a y, July 28, at St. Mary's Hospital at Minneapolis. The former Judith Diane Craw was born at Mercer on April 16, 1935. She attended school there and was graduated from the Mercer High School in 1954 as valedictorian of her class. She Club Is planning a potluck sup-; 11 iuuo nemo. _ __ . . -.A Huff said the meeting was to 2 P- m - Friday afternoon. encourage discussion of pub- > a nrf rtanre Saturdav Aue ' " successful, wrote Editor-in- lie policy and that Republicans! T Mm/I /*•. and danceat&tahl J r °f ayc1k;Rui ^;: chief Charles Wells, the plan ought to do the same thing. j I UyiOl would be tried at other state in- In the past 2y 2 years, Ferency | Continued from Page One er Harbor Park. Tho^lannin'g to attend may:stitutions. 'said, "we have made a special fan M™ Rnhort Paouin in re- 1 He based his statements on effort to develop resource peo- call Mrs Robert Paquln in re three recent . events on the cam . ple on tne cam puses of this pus. gards to the supper, phone 932-5276 crease the armed forces total to 2.98 million men. Johnson also got a report 'state. We have no other sources! Wednesday from his roving < am- Maurice Bennett will be the Flrst was a June 17 meeting of Information. We do not have bassador, W. Avrell Harrlman, Corps to Be Two Events The Ironwood Blue Knights Junior Drum and Bugle Corps will travel to Duluth Friday where they will take part in the Portorama celebrations and the parade which is being held thati evening at 7. i ^On Saturday, the unit will travel to Ishpeming to take part in the Firemen's Parade. Corps officials said today the unit is becoming increasingly better and that it; is looking for•ward to copping new honors this year. The addition of 16 members of the former Iron County Drum' Briefly Told The Ironwood Counc i 1, Knights of Columbus, will meet this evening at 7:30. The Lamb Barbecue Committee will meet immediately after this meeting. THE WEATHER and Bugle Corps to the Blu-e the Moon. Visible Planets—Ve IN IRONWOOD Thursday, Auiust S, IDGfi, For 24 hr, period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 78 10 p.m. 83' fi a.m. rifl 4 p.m. 7(3 Midnight 621 R a.m. BA B p.m. 76' 2 a.m. 62110 a.m. 72 8 p.m. 72: 4 a.m. 30]Noon 77 Barometer: 6 a.m. 29.89; Noon 28.89. RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:26. Sunrise tomorrow 5:47. Moonset tomorrow "12:46 a.m. Full Moon Aug. 12. Prominent Star—Antares, below was a 1957 °raduate of the St. ' caller and all area square danc- oi faculty members called by the vast resources of the state just back from a trip to various ; Knights' ranks has helped con-, mis, low in west 9:08 p.m. Sa' to use in our research on key European capitals after confer- j.siderably, officials stated, and I turn, rises 10:12 p.m. Mars, sets 'Ferency. ^hich appeared in 1848, Luke School of Nursing at Du- e rs are invited to attend. aia handbook of Amen- luth. __ _ — ____ botanists. i On Dec. 28, 1957, she was, ysfi DA1LV Gi-UBJii WANT-ADS i Murray, ., ' Second was the hiring of John issues. We no longer hold the ring, in Moscow with Premier that the group as a whole has! 10:20, p.m. Jupiter, risps i Murray, former assistant to ex-, executive office." lAlcXei N. Kosygin. | been doing an admirable job. ia.m. 2:15

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