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-/**Â£- ,r os Â£^" ^ 4W AKEFEELD WAKEFIELD, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, ..JUKE 17, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION: $2:00 A YEAR rs ALRBffiY BETTER THAN LAST YEAR ASK REVALUATION OF MARENISCO TOWNSHIP Lights Shut Off Saturday;' Water May Be Next SHORT NEWS ABOUT TOWN ! 642 LOCAi. SCHOOL fijl ATTIIEUJO A lUll CHILDREN GET SKIN TEST] IflAl illLf VYlJ API I/ J ~ - - ! Fifty-Six Local Students React Tvoi here; Miss \iola Hanson is visiting:. Plus Or Over \ . . I the entire township. It is the con- Buying Of Heavy Steel Pro- - tention of the petitioners that the Street Mr. and Mrs. Nels Quist were ! from Virginia to attend the Ivan Del- j friends at Eseanaba, Forty-eight Marenisco township j Favero funeral rites. | Robert A. Burns is attending to j A total of 3.836 tuberculin skin i residents have. petitioned the state Arthur Mann jr. is home from. \ business matters at Chicago. * ', tests were given Gogebie countyj tax commission for a re-valuation of Ripon college to spend his summer [ The Ramsay Sundav school held j school children since January 30, ac- ! AHOLA SEEK BOARD SEATS ducts Is Started By Railroads National Steel Declares Dividend large timber companies have been receiving too low valuations. The request for the revaluation was made, j it is understood, .largely because of 25c I tne fact tnat an effort to increase the ! tax rate to more than 15 mills was vacation. its picnie at~S : andav Lake ~Wednesdav ' cording to Miss Florence GilmoreJ afternoon. " Â»county follow-up worker. A total of i Russell MESABI R A M I N E OPEN Shipments of Lake Superior iron Steve C. Stoyanoff is at an Ashland I afternoon. , ,, ^ospital receiving treatment for an* The Ironton mine at Bessemer ana i olO children sno\vea reactions ol two]. ceiving too low valuations. The rein j ury ^ his hand | the Montreal mine began shipphig ore iP"is or over. j Miss Sylvia Tusso was the guest of! ^ ^e^ \ J *t I TM~y TOOd scfaodte 20 per cent j honor at a shower arranged by 12 o f } Joseph MeGinty of Detroit attended Â·, or i,* s^aaents tested showed ^re- her friends last week. 1 the Ivan DelFavero funeral services ; actions of two pius or over, Futy- defeated on two occasions in Maren-j prfy 'routine matters were trsi*-1 Saturday. , ' I** students ont of the 642 tested m l acted meeting The class oi" 1832 is sponsorin; B. Wortley Also Seeking Office of Board Trustee Rudolph Cloon Candidate For Treasurer board contend they can not operate their units an a 15 mill basis with the ore from the upper lake ports for the ' present valuations- month of May, 1933, showed an in- Street lights were shut off and the crease of 712.56 per cent from ship- *ine to the township hall discontinued ments during the month of May, 1932. this week. The town board has also Similar shipments to June 1, showed ' intimated that the water supply may an increase of 535.09 per cent com- i be shut off. Marenisco citizens are oared with shipments during the cor- ! now working out a plan whereby the responding period last year. Total ! water supply may be saved. They shipments in May were 900,534 gross j propose to pay a $2 a month rate, tons against 110,826 gross" tons in j Water was supplied free in the past. May, 1932, according to the Lake Su- \ . ; perior Iron Ore association. ] Injuries Fatal Shipments for the season to June 1, To Clyde Blackwell amounted to 983,^44 gross tons against 154,899 tons for the similar period in 1932. collegiate dance that will be held at; townsbin. 33 oat of 264; St. Ambrose ; John Ahola and John R. Matthews that they will Wakefield town- They will both be ironwooo, retirea the Wakefield Memorial building to- j mine mechanic di ! yesteroay morning The Wakefield Rotary elub will i night. hold south affair _ _ Mrs. A. S. McAnderson and son, \ Chicago. She was called here by the ; t the Lae Vie-- Desert Indian! Rudolph Cloon, trustee, will be a of" her: school because of the poor condition | candidate for treasurer. Victor Â°* tc ^ roads to the reservation at the | Lepisto, present treasurer, will not time the otiier sciools ^ ere finished. seek re-election, he has announced. Trezi: Donald, here to attend the Ivan Del-j serious illness and death. Favero funeral, returned to their I brother. Ivan DsIFavero. j home in Detroit Saturday. .;- f ^j r an; j ^^ Tjel-is Wr^^t o^ Two l The annual city budget will be pre- j Harbors were" here to Attend the; r^jS^ 0 **"* SCb Â° Oi ' S " J1 Â°* ***** tMS sented to the city commission Wed- [ funeral of her grandmother, Mrs.' ~" TV ' TY """ nesday afternoon. The public hear- [ John NokakosM of Besesmer.. f. Bscieii. vrno stmsTsci a x while at- the Ivan DelFa Clyde Blackwell, 27, cousin of H. L. ing will be held July 5. :-ezise,^ publisher pi the ^akefield j Mrs E j c p rout i s home from [at Some buying has begun to in heavy steel products, which lagged behind lighter products. Rail- j am f Mrs. Joseph Blackwell. roads are figuring on structural re-; The acident occurred while he was quirements, and this week the Great i returning to Waukesha from the air- Western placed an order with the . por t near that city. He turned out to Pullman company for '500 steel box j pass a nother car. The car skidded and cars. This news is opportune in the j turned over, pinning him beneath. Mr. steel and car building industry. With TI_~-?--TM -n-~ ,,Â«Â·!,Â·, ^^^r.^-^^.n-^ in steel operations nearing 50 per cent of capacity, the entrance of the rail- Blackwell was the only passenger in the car. The remains were brought to Iron- roads and building industries should ; W0 od for burial Wednesday afternoon, give steel pronounced new momentum, j Services were held at the First Meth- I odist church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ringsmuth ar- i tary club meeting. Earl Jacobson | Â£ e i aT ed Parents ~-xi rived in Wakefield this week from j played several anxsical numbers. Ei- i ^-rav^ of their chi'dv Atlanta. While enroute to Wakefield i v ar Wahlberg played a bassoon solo- j K T ca^in*- Dr. p" V Atlanta. While enroute to Wakefield i v ar Wahlberg clayed, a bassoon solo-! K X they stopped at Chicago to attend * Ua [ - *- - -- - ' "~ Century of Progress. Richard Eskys Fjorf eit I To date 590 chest x-rays have been j Right To Relay Cap ItakenormeblO^rade^whorejctedi Because an athiet / COTnpeted j^VTSor^oV* x-ray"findings and j ^f^SÂ£3*ZZ^^F^ \ tuberculin, tosts eitiier irom school I nurses or iliss Gilznore. Because of prooate.; ^.^e j ate s tart ^rj^ early closing of \\eeks Ko-j SC! ,i n ] s Detailed reports are somewhat ? to see en may do so Revnolds " * R. Wood, who will be employed there this summer. A New York Central railroad has Mr. Blackwell is sui-vived by his; Miss Viola Hanson of placed an order for 7,000 tons steel wife and parents. rails, 5,000 with the United States ! Steel corporation and 2,000 with Beth- | Investigate Death I assistant Wakefield . municipal band. consent reference card was contained the name. school track team to forfeit the relay cup won at the U. P. invitational meet May 28 by ruling of the executive council of the Michigan athletic association. The ruling also cost St. Joseph high school of Escanaba second place in the meet and forced them to relinquish the cup they had received at the meet. According to Michigan rules, an athlete can only compete in four events, including the relay race, in track meets. The Escanaba athlete had competed in four events before running the relay and the council He was : was elected district secretary of the : ^ e band members at a lehem. Of Ironwood Township Man Rebekah lodge at the annual conven- | tion held here Saturday. The Re! bekahs voted to hold their conference Â· in Wakefield again next year. Mrs. Production of pig iron in May in j _ Adolph Johnson, who resides near | B i anc h e Stewart of St. Claire, as- the United States totaled 906,725 1 fettle Gins point, Iron-wood towns^p j sem * o ly president, and Mrs. Slabei gross tons, which compares with 623,- ! is being questioned by county cm- Â·, Alexander of Detroit, assembly con- 606 tons in April, and was the larg- pials concerning^ the a. eath of ^his , ductor, were present at the confer' est monthly output since March, 1932. Thirteen blast furnaces were blown in brother, Arvid Johnson, 43. Arvid j was found dead yesterday morning in this Elvar Wahlbersr has been appointed ; or . Parents. . - ^~ v Â» Â· TT-" i -- u ; ^^inrprt T\"S"Â»icn cn'P i 7^ 3i Â» T Â£*n ~np TIRTUP ; *Â· u.ii*.um UAIC A\-IC*V C*AIAÂ± I/JIAC Vrir UJ-LI^I* sistanr director ot tne ^Â«^d ; Jx^J, se^.aWTs^fsrade. tSS !TMled that the Escanaba team would .a, uao^ii j . cr .j; n reac j-j on? y-rav T-enort of each have to forfeit the points won in that . meerra ? *^i ^=13 tested tosreth'erwitn the narent's ra 9 e - The forfeit gave the relay ~ " ' Â· ~ points and the cup to the Iron Mountain team which was second. St. Joseph previously had defeated Iron Mountain for second place by 1% .at Eddy park. They were bom last j copied on chest eiiree reports. Prac- j points but the relay victory gives Iron week. Dogs broke into the pen at the ; ticailv all of the children or adults | Mount during May. Ten were blown in dur- \ a farmhouse occupied by tne two in" A^ril. As of Mav 31 there were ! men. Marks on his body indicated a 61Â° blast furnaces operating, the larg- ! fracture of the neck. Adolph Johnson - j was in an intoxicated condition when ! a neighbor, Swan Swenson, found the est number since February, 1932. Production of tin plate in the U. S. ] in May totaled 145,000 tons, which i of r i. ^ i,With the death of Johnson, Gogebie Mrs. Jane Massie and John Marchello, incumbents, were returned to! the Bessemer school board at Mon- Â· day's election. Charles H. Lutz was elected for the one year term. Con- i firs tending that seven members instead! H. ,, _ , . . trcany park this week and chased two bucks | tested had a chest examination, and two does through the fence. Three ; i of Mountain two additional points and ' raised their total % of one point , . ,., The tuberculin test is a simple skin i ahead of St. Joseph. the animals returnee, ^but one^Oi ; test an j ^ ; n RQ ^^^ harmful. A I The error in placing one man in the bucks did not come back to the i ^artieie of fluid is injected betwee~n j fi ve events by the Eskymos was called pen. | ^ e fjrg^ two~out.T- lavers of the skin, j to the attention of the athletic coun- Robert A. Burns of Wakefield was | This test shows whether or not a per- j Â«1 by_the Escanaba high^ school after , , compares with 94,000 in April, and ; county officials have two mysterious was- the heaviest -month in three [deaths to investigate. years. Tin plate is at 90 per cent of capacity. Directors of National Steel company declared a quarterly dividend of 25 cents a share on common stock, payable June 30 to stock of record June 20. The disbursement is twice the previous quarterly rate. "Earnings in the second quarter amply justify the increased dividend," said E. T. Weir, chairman. "The company has no obligations or back payments carried over from the depression, and consequently it is in a position to share current earnings increases with stockholders. "The company is in excellent financial position, with cash holdings the largest in its history. In addition the sinking fund requirements due Oct. 1 and a large part of the 1934 requirements already have been taken care of." ! Tinna Arola Rites Held Last Wednesday Mrs. Tinna Lissa Arola, 95, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Augustine Saari, Sunday. She had been a resident of this city for the last 15 years. Funeral services were held here Wednesday afternoon. The remains were she emigra Finland 35 years ago. of six should compose the school board, Mrs. Andy Byrne on slips for the vacancy, ceived six votes and was the boarti. Lewis Funeral Held Wednesday Afternoon been noticed by St. likewise suffered and C. W. Bemer of Wakefield and i of determination m cnuoren. in tne i -nut" ^"= nÂ«Â«j.yci-uoAt violation. In LI! David Cavin of Ironwood third in the; adult the infection may become so j making the decision in the case, the - i -sansal ^w^ep^take tournament held i marked it can be discovered bv other! council thanked the local school tor tffa~Â£thg Go-eb?e eotfy elnblast- SS^tnEethodsiiit.ECt^sf:iachildren:.,.....;. Â« reporting tne violation. ' urdav. L Dr. Reynolds was assisted at the i The revised standings., still gives, i tuberculin, test clinics bv Sirs. Rey- i the Eskymos first place in the meet ~^~~~ \ nolds, Miss Gibnore, officers, teach- ' by a wide margin and also permits f f c _ --^ . + * ' _ _ * _ _ ' _ i Â· * * Â» - it _ -- f--- i_? _Â» j_ i Aged Caretakeirs Body Found This Week Funeral services for the late Leslie; A several day search for "Dad } ers and nurses in their respective schools; Miss Alma Johnson, Ironwood school norse; Miss Emeline taken to Republic to which place migrated from her birthplace in funeral services lor tne late ^esne i A several oay searcn xor uac ; j^ countv Couzens' fund nurse; Charles Lewis, who died at his home ; Brown, 78, was culimnatea Tuesday- ; ,, p P _ Rnx - T oh Â« S on. Bessemer school in Planter Sunday afternoon, were i afternoon when the badly decomposed ; ^I ^^ Esth ^. Herrington, Wake- 'hplfl at thp Riarnn TiTitheran church I remains of the aÂ«rea caretaker were r .. , . * , , -Â»r;^_ T?:_:_ -D- c , - , ,, , -r , t -I - L I - J Â» i T Â» Â±. T ~ - 1 iiUJLClC, held at the Sharon Lutheran church j remains of the agea caretaker were Â· f . ld ~ n Bessemer Wednesday afternoon, i found on the shore of the lake by . -p. ~ The Rev. F. E. W. Kastman off ici- i Jack Steinmetz and Undersheriff : " A-T - ^ Miss Gilmore nomts ou nurse- Mi*s Mamie Korpi -rarse * ~ " . * Â·+. that it is Miss Sylvia Tusa was married to Glenn Wooster at a wedding per- vive. His mother, Mrs. formed at the Tusa home Thurs- I Lewis, and a sister, Mrs. ated. Burial was made in the Wake- j Percy Drew. Brown had been a care-; field cemetery, j taker at the Norton property on; - _ .. - -. . Mrs. Lewis and three daughters, i Landfords lake for many years; j atlon ^ ^ e school laculties and civic _ -- Â» 1 - T 1 assistance ana kmdly cooper- rs. ews an ree , . .-- . - , . Constance, Etta aand Betty Jean sur- ! Whether Brown had been drowned j organizations ana to even greater de- them to retain the cups for highest number of track points and highest number of points in field events. Attempt Made To Hold Up Watersmeet Man Gust Mitchell, of Watersmeet, who | visited Iron River Wednesday morning, believes that he narrowly escaped a hold-up near Golden lake while en- route there. The attempted hold-up Laverna Theresa day afternoon. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexandria Tusa. ?he groom is an instructor at the lentral school. Angus, both of Planter, also survive Two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Clark and j determined. The remains were brought: schools so successful. 1tfl*_*. TA'*niin/i TJ-H-Â»-Â«-Â«.I"Â» r^\f -rÂ»rtfÂ»?j^rt. rÂ» f- A lTrÂ» f-j*Â» T-K.TV ^"jTil rltl rt^j-i -Cl \Â«liiTr-sl ft Q TÂ»l t~kT*O \\ r CU^_ '. Mrs. Berniee Pennock, reside at Ann. to the Neidhold funeral parlors Wed-; Arbor. : i nesday and interred the satae day. Iron ore loading docks at Superior, Wis., have put on additional inen to perform labor incident to the incoming trains of ore from the Mesabi and the Cuyuna iron ranges of Minne- sita. The amount of iron ore received at these ore docks is substantially more than that of the same period one year ago. The Commodore iron mine, Mesabi range, will resume production early next week. It is understood that the mine is scheduled to produce and ship 75,000 tons this season. It is one of the properties of the Corrigan, McKinney Steel company. The Commodore is a veteran of the Mesabi, but has not been in the shipping list since 1930. Eureka Mine At Ramsay Loading Ore The Eureka mine at Ramsay re ceived an order last Saturday for t shipment of 8,500 tons of ore. Tto loading of ore was started at the property Tuesday. Officials of the ! mine said they did not know if any other orders would be received. The stripping and preliminary work program at the Plymouth mine is giving employment to 60 men. The stripping program will continue until this fall. Mother Of Local Man Stricken Saturday Mrs. John Novakoski, 94, mother of Joseph Novakoski of Wakefield, died at the family home in Bessemer Saturday afternoon. She was Bessemer's second oldest resident. The funeral was held at Bessemer Wednesday afternoon. She was born March 19, 1839, and had resided in this country 50 years. ,z,*"*' JC Waiter Hagen Arrves Walter Hagen, professional golfer who took part in the national open at Glanvisw, 111., arrived this week at his summer home near Watersmeet. He plans to leave soon for England to participate with the American team in the Ryder cup event. The Annual Temptation Firemen's Tourney To Be Aisg. 24, 35 and 26 The dates set for the upper penin- Haydon, of Iron River, representative of the Gogebic Auto company, as the victim. About one mile west of Golden lake ^~.^_~ _-^ ^..^ --~ -j-.r-- r ---- a m an stepped out into the road with sola fire^en's^tournanientrwhich will j a red flag and started to wave Mit- 'Â· be held in L Anse this' year, are j ohell to a stop. Â· ; Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug- j Just as Mitchell placed his foot on : us t 24-25-26. "All ureluninarv ar- i the brake, he remembered the Haydon Â·Â· rano'ements have' been 'comoleted and j hold-up and decided that it was the f the "firemen are slated for three days ; better part of valor to keep moving Â· of fun and frolic. The residents of and not stop. He speeded up his ; L'\nse Baraga. and the rest of Bar- machine and the man with the red 1 aga comity are backing the firemen | flag jumped out of the way. As he ! in their annual outing. passed the man, Mitchell glimpsed 1 The program will include snorts, another man hidden in the underbrish i baseball, drills and dancing. " The ] be fj: de the . road ; f1 ... ,,.__,, thaf - Â·state conservation department will! It was in exactly this manner that Haydon was stopped and robbed. Mitchell's conviction that he was singled out as another victim was Â· pat on a fire drill and a tournament i queen will be selected- The Baraga \ county and !/Anse high school bands j have been engaged to furnish music. Â· Liberal donations have been prom- Â· ised to help make the tournament a ; success. , --,.Â·Â·,,. Â±^ I Efforts will be made by the L'Anse TMS some connection between the ! deDartment to have eveVy company don hold-up and the Beechwood Â· m^the peninsula attend so that the j robbery. Â· tournament will be a grand reunion. down. Iron county police officers are seek- Voelker Follows Steps j Richards Wins First I At Oconto, Wis., Shoot j "Mr. Richards, Mr. Richards, come _, ., , , , , , , j back here. Don't you know that you I.'rt' S^TT--Â»-ncr *Â»(*vq-Â«ilT- -nnr\n rn^ npe*!^ AT ' _ . . . . . . . . ^-,. -^s JL-GÂ«WÂ«.Â£ x^o^^j. - r -- ~e _ee_ o_ , firgt p j ace m t h e Class B the \anWagpner notice to employes; , o t , , , * : of the highway department that tfieyl ^^ what hapt j ene d to Sapt. ; will oe on a cay-to-day basis after, Harold Richards- President of the I July 1, came a notice from Faui *'. j stu * r g e on~Falls Gun club at the big ; \oeiker to every employe of the de- shoot at Oconto last Sunday. Mr. ! partment of ecucauon that their ser- j Richards compe ted with the crack ; vices will not be required after July, shots of n Wiscon3in aild i n a ddi- j 1 This is an abosmte dismissal ot i ^ wag iven a hand i cap an d yet he I tne entire personnel \ copped f irst place I It is understood that the purpose i Mr and Mrs Richards were driv- ! of .,? e n f lce J s '* ^ ae Positions | a when th were r e-c a lled. , with workers for the Democrat tacket , Â« ag ^ allies were com p uted -^hich : and *? Placing ot tne department on, ^ h d g3 hits top BCO re"in Class B. ; a political basis xor the first time in j A pleasillg presentation was then in Â· l t s E3stoI T- j or der and the trophy which stands a Â· . j foot and a half high, is to be en; DelFavero Rites ; graved as a memento of aereditable = Held Last Saturday ! performance. _ ^tes fo- the late Ivan Del- ! ^ earl y one hundred of the best ~weP k^own WakefSd resi- shots in the state wete P resent and cenietei-v. Elmer Johnson, Ed. John- I __ . j T - A son, John Ozzello. Roy Bedell, Joseph j Elected lo iSoard Cloor.. and Joseph Patyk were the t Edmund Hill, Clarence Holt ana pallbearers, ilr.'DelFavero was born ! Algott B. Johnson were elected to the Aug. IS, 1SS5, and would have been j bord of ^education at the Ironwood i 4S years at his next birthday. i election Monday.