Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 6, 1965 · Page 14
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 14

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, August 6, 1965
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TV/0 IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1963. Paul Laitala's Bid for Roof Repair Accepted '• BESSEMER — Th Bessemer City Council this week, accept• ed the bid o! Paul Laitala, Ironwood, to repair the roof of the fire haii at the Veterans Me- morla) Building, according to specification, for $335. Laitala .was the lone bidder. Gity Clerk Everet Lake re• ported that no bids were received on repair of the stairway ', In the fire hall, replacing door to the men's lavatory in the Memorial Building, and other , carpentry work included in the Invitation to bid. The building and grounds committee was directed by the council to arrange -,,, for this carpentry work. Mayor J. I. Neault made reference to the fact that Adam • Modjewski, janitor at the Veterans Memorial Building, is due to retire Sept. 1. He said the ouilding and grounds committee has studied the mainten a n c e ' problems and the council ap- , proved his suggestion that he meet wi h the committee members to discuss their ideas before making the appointment to fill the vacancy. Charles Mascotti, who has served as representative of the property owner abutting the alleyway between Iron and Silver Street, in the block between Sophie and Moore Streets at the expense of the property : owners), appeared atthemeeting to thank the council for its operation. He was commended by the council for this public service In organizing the prop e r t y ' owners involved and in manag- • Ing financing. The council also adopted a resolution of appreciation to regular fireman Conrad Ostby who volunteered his service to clean the boiler in the building, during slack periods in his fire hall duties. He was commended for his interest and a job well done. In other actions the counci.1 received the reports of the city marshal, justices of the peace and city police of activities during the month of July. Rferred to the chief of police a complaint that carriers of the morning Duluth newspaper, throw the wrapping on the. bundles in vacant lots on Lead Street, and litter the area. Directed the city clerk to notify Peter Rellch, the owner of a vacant lot on 2nd Avenue, to clear the lot of burdock and other obnoxious weeds, which are obstructing a portion of the sidewalk. Complaints- were received on •"' debris and litter remaining on a OLD FASHION POLKA MUSIC Saturday Night by Magdziak Sc Pete Baralone FIRE HALL INN Sophie St. Bessemer vacant lot. 309 S. Moore St., where a residence has been razed. Fire chief Clifford Anderson reported that he refused the application of the owner for a burning permit, to burn the debris, because of reason involving safely and health. The conn ci 1 authorized the fire chief to inform the owner that the city will spot a turck at the site; he can loan the truck, and the street commissioner will arrange for hauling the load to the city clumping ground. A contribution of $200 was authorized for the Upper Peninsula Tourist Association advertising fund, in response to a communication from director K e n- neth Dorman. Approved for payment claims for the month of July in t h e sum of $3,210 and the labor payroll $1,136.48 and employer payroll of $3,481.69 for the last half of July; and on recommendation of the public works board, approved payment of claims of $2,077.88 against the light utility; and S!,947.51 against the water and sewer utility including a labor payroll of $96.90. Elks Invited To Stag Event BESSEMER — The Bessemer Elks Lodge extends an invitation to Elks of the range to a stag outing Sunday, at the County Extension Camp, Little Girl's Point, Lake Superior. Dinner service is schedul e d for 12:30 .and supper for 6:30 p.m. Reservations should be made by Saturday noon, with M. A. DeStasio, club steward, at the Elks club. In addition to other events, a swimming contest will be held with Coach Jack White presiding ,as chief lifeguard. This event will be before the noon meal, after Coach White demonstrates new techniques in lifesaving. Entertaining during the afternoon and evening will be the traditional soft-ball contest and tug-of-war between the W a k e- field and Bessemer members of the lodge; horseshoe pitching, cards, other outdoor and indoor recreation. UFO?—Unexplained blips on weather-forecasting radar scopes lend more credence than usual to a rash of Unidentified Flying Objects sightings in the Southwest. This artist's version, copyrighted by the Oklahoma Journal, depicts an object an Air Force wea- ther observer says he sighted over Oklahoma using a scope and high-powered field glasses. The tadpole objects represent rotating red lights the airman said were surrounded by a blue halo. (NEA Telephoto) Funerals JACK HRIVNAK BESSEMER — Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. for Jack Hrivnak, 6 6, former operator of Lilltle Oxbow Lake Resort, Presque Isle, who rtied Wednesday. Services will be held at the Presque Isle school house, with the Rev. Kenneth Moreland of the Ironwood Presbyterian Church o f - ficiating. Interment will be at the Marenisco Cemetery. The remains are at, the Frick- Zielinski Funeral Home, which will open today at 6 p.m. They will be transferred to the Presque Isle school house, Saturday morning, to lie in state after 11 a.m. Legion Plans Public Picnic For Aug. 29 BESSEMER — Plans for a public picnic Sunday, Aug. 29, were initiated by he G e d d i- Cychosz Post, American Legion, at its meeting Wednesday evening. The picnic -will be held on the grounds of the Legion Buld- ing, on the corner of South Moore and Silver Streets. The Legion Post will sponsor the picnic event; Marty's Gold- enaires Drum and Bugle corps will cooperate. Post Commander Bern a r d Michelli will be general chairman. A planning committ e c was appointed to work with the chairman in planning picnic details. Included are Past Commander William C. Maki. Corps Commander Edgar Bielecki, Robert Gierl, Walter Gray, William G. Johnson, Elmer Erickson, Clarence Banfield, and George (Walla) Mattson. Plans will be announced soon and committees will be a p pointed. The cooperation of all post members is needed the assure the success of this fund raising venture, said C o m - mander Michelli. It was noted that a vacancy exists in the positon of Legion steward. Applications for t h is post will be accepted by the executive committee. Applicants may apply in writing, addressing communication to the American Legion Post, 27, 207 N. Moore St., Bessemer. A bill was received for $60 for the post's share of the expense of blacktop paving of the alley way, which was financed b y owners of property abutting the alley between Sophie and Moore streets. Action was taken to arrange with Charles Mascotti, chairman of the property owners involved, to pay the claim by the monthly payments. Lunch was served after the meeting and social activities were enjoyed. Bessemer Briefs Berry's World Team buttered cooked fresh green peas with buttered, peeled new potatoes to serve with a Sunday roast of beef, lamb or veal. Come on Down...Join the Crowd Where It Gathers Every Saturday Night Music - Dancing Saturday Night by the Balkan Strings Pizza served nightly BALKAN INN Wakefield, Michigan Brown's Cafe Exceptional .The finest food-fare to be found anywhere in the area . . . this is a fact to remember when you crave good eating . . . and it can be found at Brown's Cafe Exceptional) No matter what you roder from Brown's menu—Steaks, Chops, Standing Ribs, Fowl or Seafoods you can be sure it is the best there is to offer for hundreds of miles around. Finally you don't have to own a Uranium mine to eat at Brown's Cafe Exceptinoale . . . because their prices are modest and reasonable. Brown's Cafe Exceptionale FREE PARKING BESSEMER ON U.S. 2 PHONE 667-9141 The Harding Community 4-H Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m at the community club house. It is important that all members be present to help make final plans for the float to be entered in the Gogebic County Fair to be held Aug. 1215. "I know that 'cigarette smoking may be hazardous (o your health,' but throw me one anyhow.'' Mass Personals iting her brother in law and sis ter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mil i lu, and family, and her father . „ , .. Nick Lahti, and other relatives Mrs. Matt Nikklla is spending; Mrs Mlllu and cn n dren re a few weeks with relatives and' turned to Det roit with them and friends in Massachusetts. i will vislt there with relat j v e Miss Sharon Monette, Milwaukee, spent the weekend her home here. Nick Nikonen nesday morial i and friends, at Mr. and Mrs. returned Wed- from Ontonagon Me Hospital where he was a patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tapper, who are vacationing here with r e - latives, visited his sister, Mrs. Mae Mars, at Calumet last week. Miss Thyra Lehtimaki returned to Los Angeles visiting her parents, Mr Mrs. Jalmer Lehtimaki, week. Mr. and Mrs. James and family, North Ridge, Calif., | are spending the summer with. Canadian Motorist Charged in Mishap WAKEFIELD —Florence Baptist, 38, of Manitoba, Canada, was charged by Michigan state police with failure to yield right of way, following an accident that occurred Wednesday afternoon on M-28, one-quarter mile west of Bruce Crossing, it has been reported. Police said the Baptist car was going west on M-28 and a car driven by Larry Han son, 30, Bruce Crossing, was behind it. Mrs. Baptist, police sa i d , pulled off onto the shoulder of the, road and then made a U turn, striking the right side of the Hanson car. Police said the Baptist car was damaged but was able to be driven away. Laurium Man Fined On Driving Charge WAKEFIELD — Leonard Pintamo, 48, of Laurium, was fined $20 and $2 costs, when arraigned before Judge Stanley Fischer, Ontonagon, on a charge of driving while his license was revoked, Michigan state police have reported. It was charged that the offense occurred o n US-45 in Ontonagon County. Pintamo also received a mandatory two-day sentence to the Gogebic County Jail. BLUE OX INN Family Style Meals 2.85 Adults—Children Under 10—1.30 Serving Every Day—NOON to 8:30 P.M. Now Serving Delicious Breakfasts Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst, Fried Potatoes Apple Sauce, Syrup, Donuts and Beverage Adults 1.50—children under 10—75c Plat* Lunches Noon to 3:30 Daily Ex. Sunday Oven Fried Chicken served every day (Except Friday and Saturday) Two Meali Served Each Meal Bun,—Roail Sirloin of Beef—Pan Gravy Mon.—Logging Camp Beef Roast, Whipped Potatoes Tues.—Baktd Ham & Baked Beans, Potato Pancakes, Applesauce Wed.~RoBst Sirloin of Beef mu Jus Thurs.—Roast Sirloin of Beef au jus—Potato Pancakes FlLr-Fish of the Day, Logging Camp Beef Roast Potato Pancakes, Applesauce ;8at>—Roast Turkey with all trimmings, and Roast Sirloin of Beef au jus '-* U.S. 45 N. of Eagle River at Pleasure Island The "Diary of Samuel Pepys" was not a work of fiction, but a genuine chornicle of the author's daily life from 1660 to 1669. Edward Bur roughs, Alexandria, Va., a r parents of a daughter born July 27. The mother is the forme Jane Sikkila of Mass. The Adventure Camera Club members enjoyed their annu a overnight outing at the Kalev; Resort at Twin Lakes. Fift e e n members and their families were present. Games, boating, swim ming and sauna were enjoyed, j A pancake breafast and ham dinner were served on Sunday. Plans were made for a trip to the Picture Rocks in Munising Smith l tnis month. John Maloney has return e d from Germany where he w a s has a f ter . and for a Youth Jailed, Beat His Wife WAKEFIELD — Adrian Hakari, 18, Route 1, Ironw o o cl, was sentenced by Judge F r e d I Williams, Wakefield, to serve 30 days in the Gogebic County Jail, after pleading guilty to a charge of beating his wife, the court has reported. Hakari was arrested Wednesday afternoon by Michigan State Police and Deputy Richard Bennetts of the Gogebic County sheriff department. Police said Hakari beat his wife so that her condition required hospital attention. She is still hospitalized for treatment of cuts and bruises, it was reported. In addition to the jail sentence, Hakari was also ordered to pay $4 90 court costs. It was further stupilated that he will have to serve an additional 60 days should he get into trouble during the remainder of the year, said the court. Wakefield Briefs Mr. and Mrs. John R'oss and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stur- returned from a visit with r • • latlves in the east coast. In Old Bridge, N.J., they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Arnesta,d, and in Pleas'-mtviHe, N.Y., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lappa. ing Mrs. 111., vacation at the home ot tevant visited at the home o f I Tliey a ] SO spe nt a day at thg Mrs. Ella Noll, en route from world's Fair in New York, a convention in Miami, Fla , to their home In Miles City, Mont. Mrs Oliver Williams and daughter, Ruth, Glenview, 111., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Komsie, and the Carl and Elmer Hill homes. She !s the former Eunice Hill. Wakefield. Mr. Hanganen's brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs, William Hanganen. GEYSER CONCENTRATION i Northwestern Wyom ing' Church Deaconesses Have Meet Thursday WAKEFIELD.— The deaconesses of ,the s First Luthe ran Church held "'a meeting at the home of Mrs. Heino Korpe 1 a Thursday and opened .with the. singing of a hymn, 'and the reading of a prayer, "F o r Strengthening of Faith," b y Martin Luther, read by Mrs. Korpela The chairman chose for her topic "Faith", from the book "Go With God" written by Jim Bishop. She recommended that the book, available at the Public Library, be read by all. After the business meet i n g and discussion period, the women were asked to bring their Bibles to the next meeting, when the Rev. Rudolph Kemppainen will lead in the Bible study of St. Paul's letters to the church. The meeting closed with a prayer "Restoration," by Peter Marshall, and a hymn. Lunch was served by Mrs. Korpela The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Gust Wuorinen Aug. 26 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Ella Noll has returned t portion of Yellowstone National from Chicago where she spent i Par k contains world's great e s t a two week vacation with h e i;j concentration of geysers. Boun- brother in law. and sister, Mr. | oaries of the park include some and Mrs Carl Snare. j 200 active geysers, almost ten Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maki' per cent of the hot springs there and sons, Bobby, John and 1 being geysers. Bruce, Waukegan, 111.,- are visiting here with relatives and friends. The Wakefield Little L e ague will hold a meeting tonight at i 8 in the council chambers of the j city hall. Air official members! are asked to attend. j Roy <ind Jack Wiliams. who j are employed in Minneapolis, | are visiting their parents, M r. | and Mrs. Fred Williams; Mrs Walter Bloomq u i st, j daughtei Mary.Jp, Mrs. Phillip t MattUa and Arnold • Solo, have i WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING The New VILLA GO-GO BAR Hiway 77 Now Open Pence, Wis. Jackovich prop. Trout Creek Youth Is Fined on Charge WAKEFIELD — Danny Hemming, 19, Trout Creek, paid a $25 fine and $4.30 costs, when arraigned before Judge Milton Eckstad of Bruce Crossing on a charge of being a minor in possession of beer and brandy, Michigan state police, who arrested Hemming, have reported. Officers charged that the o f - fense occurred June 26 on M-64 in Bergland Township. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Lehtimaki. They will make their home in Milwaukee in the fall. Miss Judy Maki, Milwaukee, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maki. E-3c Norman Maki, who i s stationed at the Naval Base, Pensacola, Fla., spent a t w o week leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maki. Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilding of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Frank stationed with the Army for two years. He received his honorable discharge and is spending the summer at his home here. John Toivonen, Detroit, an early Mass resident, visited for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siren. Mr. and Mrs. Eino Nikon e n and Mr. and Mrs. William Junnola, Detroit, are visiting their father, Nick Nikonen, who is ill, and also their mother, Mrs. Sam Bjorkman, and other rela- Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson of Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hirskaine of Skanee, Mrs. Saima Mattson and son, Francis of L'Anse, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Pasanen. Mrs. Minetta Antila, Mass, and Mrs. Roland Antila, White Pine, attended the graduation exercises at Northern Michigan University last Friday. Among Findley of Farmington, Mr. and i tlves. Mrs. Emil Kukkola of Osk a r, Mr - and Mrs - Werner Anderson and family, Milwaukee, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Nick Niko- nen. Mrs. Frank Torkkola, Ca 1 u met, and Dr. and Mrs. Rex Clark Plymouth, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lukkarila. Raymond Cronkelton, Avon Park, Fla., is visiting with his brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Niemi, and DANCE - DANCE - DANCE SATURDAY NITE - MUSIC • By The GALAXIES White Birch Inn BESSEMER WAKEFIELD THEATRE Showing Last Time Tonight Twice Eveinngs at 6:40 & 9:30 "Blood on the Arrow" Showing Once Evenings at 8:00 "The Outlaws 1$ Coming" COMING SATURDAY Sc SUNDAY Showing Twice Evenings at 6:45 and 9:00 Showing Once Monday at 7:30 pm Tony Curtis & Debbie Reynolds starring in: "GOODBYE CHARLIE" the graduates was Roland An- son Matt, Edward and Eino Lahti, Mrs. Irene Raisanen, Mr. and tila, who received his master's degree in history. , Mrs. Hilma Amos, Greenland Mrs - Onni Niemi attended the and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Will- Lahti-Mannisto wedding at Chatman, attended the summer! nam last weekend. graduation exercises at North- j Mr - and Mrs - Jack B . reen and 1 family, Lincoln Park, visited her era Michigan University last Friday. Harold Amos, son o f Mrs. Amos, received his master's degree in education. Douglas Filppula, who .attended the summer session at Northern Michigan University, is spending the remainder of h i s vacation at his home in the Simar area. Mr. and -Mrs. John C o n 1 i n, Palm Springs, are guests of her sister, Mrs. Tyne Veker, and are :(jalso visiting other relatives here. ; Mr. and Mrs. Armas Maki, i Detroit, spent a week here vis- Join all the Happy People here = SATURDAY NIGHT 1 "£" "DICK'S TRIO" I Yes, they'll all be having the time of their S lives Saturday night at Bingo's. Make 55 special plans to attend now! sa Good Food—Drinks and the Best Music == = PIZZA also served £= 1 BINGO'S BAR & DANCEHALL 1 s= Located 1V4 Miles Northeast of Intersection 55 55 in Wakefield on M-28 == brothers and sisters in law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilhart Niemi and Mr. and Mrs. Onni Niemi. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Lakk a 1 a and Barbara, Kenosha, Wis., are spending their vacation at their farm home at Wasas. Norman Ross spent a few days visiting his parents and other relatives. His wife and three children returned with him to their home in Grand Rapids after spending two weeks visiting her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Broemer. RESIDENTS and VACATIONERS! The Spot for Summer Fun is the SPORTS BAR in Wakefield MUSIC Every Saturday Night featuring music by JOHN & DON FISH FRY FRIDAY Chicken, Pizza, Ravioli Sat. The Best Food on the Range WANT TO MEET A MAN WHO REALLY KNOWS HIS ONIONS? Bob Voss, our chef at the El Rancho, knows his meats, too, as you'll discover should you decide to dine with us. Bob's a "maestro" among his fellow chefs—really knows his stuff. Why not treat yourself to a fine steak, your favorite chops or seafood soon. Take the pleasant drive down 51 to the EL RANCHO At Pine Lake on 51 *;Dial Mercer 476-2168 For Your Everyday COOK-OUT Don't Forget to Get That Famous Italian Pork Sausage Open Sunday Mornings 9 a.m. to 12 noon TROLLA'S in HURLEY 122 Silver St. Phone 561-5045 IT S A BEGINNERS COURSE IN i BOY-GIRLSMANSHir MWEITE TONE LAST 2 DAYS! • EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 • MATINEE SATURDAY & SUNDAY 2:00 SPORTS « CARTOON RONWOO TH£A7RL Starts SUNDAY NIGHT! jOMHonK TWORDJomaoit funnamnas MOIL TUUiDiBS TECHNICOLOR PHWAVISION' IRONWOOD OPEN 8:00 • STARTS 8:45 Following in the hilarious fun-steps of'Mister Roberts". TONIGHT SATURDAY BOTH IN COLOR! •BMB TICMMWOLOr MNAVISKMT PROM WARNER BROS. PLUS .. . ADVENTURE HIT! A UNIVIRSAL PICTURE • A ROBERT D. RADNITZ PRODUCTION ! Coming SUNDAY! BURTLANCASTER KIRK DOUGLAS FREDRIC MARCH AVA GARDNER TECHNICOLOR*- TiCHNISCOP

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