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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 18, 1940, Ironwood, Michigan IRONWOOD DAILY MICH. SEPTEMBER Champ Kid Stowaway to Become Star Naval Cadet Bobby Stap Is Set for Next a lar BY STEVEN WILLIAMS Sept. em- ployes of the Customs House ping Bureau in New York arrive for work Oct. 30 they will be ed by a nervous lad In the spotless blue uniform of a naval The still host to growing will be examined and and when he comes away a precious envelope will be In his He'll be America's one-time away No. the corrigible who hasn't hitched an ocean ride in two years and probably never will in that envelope will be his able-bodied seaman's the answer to Bobby's every and dream and Will Gel Job Cadet Officer Robert L. Stap of the Church Institute Marine School knows he'll get a Job on a ship when he passes those tests and he knows he'll pass He takes the tests on Oct. 30 be- cause It's his 16th Bobby has traveled farther as a than any other boy on In 1038, he made four Never bothering to ask about age he sailed to France and He sailed down the cast coast of the United States in utter luxury even sniffed the breezes that float over the All on the Today he feels that his pades were valuable Ahead of Others nothing he said at his home in N. Jaunts put me that much ahead of other students when I cot Into the marine I'm years up on the They have to be 18 be- fore they can ship When Bobby returned from his last cruise a officials took him In even though they thought he was They stowed him away while they pondered his The final dis- position fitted the boy's dreams He was sent to the marine academy to study navigation and subjects that would earn him a regular high school Bobby took to his In no time he was transformed from a disobedient urchin into a clean-cut young Second Nature After a he could mako an figure latitudes by sight and by was a sea business is my second Bobby will be captain of a ship one I can be quartermaster in eight months if we go to I'm fied to bo one only I need Bobby 1938 Bobby naval 1940. time at a working The last time I interviewed In 1938, he was em- at being caught a Since then he has straightened holds his head his ders his chin in. His con- versation crackles with sirs are as sharp as a whip's He Is a far cry from the suspicious kid he was two years Not Ashamed Now Bobby's Yvonne charge of the boy because his is always away at sea to be ashamed of Each time ho ran off her heart became The publicity made her She was reluctant to talk to Now she is glad to be used to feel so she said in a that and the way the neighbors I was so worried about what would become of But I don't have to worry It Is amazing what the right school can do for a problem Deep sea diving became a ard part of all up-to-date naval work in 1910. PRODUCERS SEEK COAL MEASURE RELAXATIONS Sept. The Bituminous coal division Tuesday set for hearing here on September 27 an application by Indiana sof coal producers for relaxations in the bituminous coal act which would permit them to compete with waterborne coal in the Great Lakes A petition by the bituminous coal board for district 11 said these relaxations were necessary to permit Indiana to sell coal In Wisconsin Minnesota and nearby markets a prices competitive with those for coals shipped via Great Lakes docks from the A shrine for the use of Moslem travelers is located In the railway station at South WINTER SPORTS ARE PLANNED BY GROUP Suggest Ice Rink Should Be Made Sept. Recreation lub of this at a recent ng In the city hall proposed an winter sport The suggestion was made that the ocal Ice rink be This would offer a 2220- ard track that would take care of It was also rought up at the meeting that le be available for the better en- of the and a also made that the ng house be made or that he fair building be used to the The on the hill i gradually taking shape it not be long until the jump will e ready for the first A vanning house for the skiers wilt e erected on the and it is that lights may be strung o facilitate night skiing and A sliding hill for the youngsters was given much Last er a few of the streets were used y the children as sliding but his was not It was posed but not voted upon that tank be packed and iced for NAMED PRIZE WINNERS IN 4-HJDOUNTY FAIR Sept. following joys of the older group of the en Junior Forest Rangers won prizes at the Ashland county 4-H this is the third successive that they have come through 00 per Robert col- of first John mounted first Fred transplant first Alvin seed and Irst Robert first in forestry inventory map and third n pen young Robert seeds and second and pen White Sendal nature second Roger Peters mounted second ald mounted second James Ferkovich transplant second Ralph seeds and Frank transplant third Donald Lelth seeds and fifth James seeds and fourth Carpenter and Mason A. P. LAABS Houses Repaired and Remodeled For 1020 Sutherland Residence Phone 1702 People recognize and welcome the charm in the taste of ice-cold x is made with the skill that comes from a lifetime of 1 It has the goodness of quality BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA BY PENINSULA COCA-COLA BOTTLING INC. MICHIGAN E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority The national women's pair at Asbury Park ed a new attendance record this Thirty-six pairs entered the The victors were Mrs. B. W. Atkinson of and J. E. of Pa. Neither has been listed among he national champions Mrs. Atkinson played today's land in a manner befitting a new One of the most ult things to learn in tournament play is to avoid bad no trump con- Another is to know when o stop at three in a The opening lead brought out the ack and ace of East ed the queen of which won the next and third ound of clubs forced North to North led a small South overed the nine with the and the queen West could find no but another on which played low and South won king with the A small spade to the king and a of We Don't Sell All The Used Cars but WE DO SELL THE at LOWER PRICES See These BARGAINS 1939 Buick 39-41, Pour Door Equipped with all Deluxe A roomy economical Bargain C ft C Six Four Door Spotless Bargain Price 1939 Ford Touring Deluxe Low Bargain 1936 Ford Touring All Deluxe Bargain 1936 Chevrolet Touring Finish Bargain 1933 Oldsmobile Two Door For a special see this Bargain 1937 Pontiac Four Door as is POINT Motor Sales Snick GMc tc Distributors Mich. CLUB GIRLS WIN PRIZES AT 4-H COUNTY FAIR Sept. 4-H lub in Mellen have been organized a short time but they have been doing some excellent Their leaders are O. G. who has charge of food Mrs. Alton Wood who has charge of food and and Mrs. Art Meredith and Miss Janet The following girls won prizes at the 4-H Helen Helen Patsy stuffed second and Florence food Vivian 3 kinds of baking powder LaVerne oatmeal Mary Irma 3 kinds of cup chocolate drop Joyce and Contract Bridge Hands 4103 9832 4AQ5 4QJ652 Mrs. Atkinson None South West North Ewt 1 4 2 A Pass Pass 9. 18 finesse on the return lead cleaned up the trump At the end South led the three of hearts in so as to discard one diamond on the fourth round of Declarer lost only one one and two Merriweather Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxon were Ironwood shoppers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parks visited relatives at returned to her home at Bessemer alter visiting tier Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. John and and and Archie Parks of visited at the Harold Parks home Mrs. Charles Maxon and George Abrams entertained at home of Mrs. William the occasion being her An enjoyable evening was spent playing Prizes were awarded to Ro- bert Ernest Abrams and Maurice Lunch was Mrs. Abrams received many Mr. and Edward Jr. and Thayne and Gary of spent the week-end with Mrs. and Mrs. Alex New Jersey Is more densely populated than with 589 persons to the square mile In com- parison to Japan's 321. MAN IS CAPTURED AFTER 2-MILE CHASE MONDAY John 27, of captured after a two-mile chase waived preliminary ing and was bound over to circuit court on a charge of attempting to break into the Marquette County Savings Bank He was arraigned in a local pital where Judge John is re- covering from an Tibor attempted to flee by auto- mobile but a police shot punctured a tire and forced Tibor to abandon the car and take to the woods he was WAKE UP YOUR LIVER Without You'll Jump Out ol Bed in the Morning to Go The liver should pour 2 pints of bile Juice Into your bowels every 11 this bile is not flowing your food mny not di- It may juit decay In the Then gas up your You get You feel eunk the world looks It those old Carter's Liver Fills to get these 2 pints at bile ing freely to make you feel and Get a Oike in Amazing In making bile flow Ask Little Liver tod 2M. Advt Montreal Mr. and Mrs. John Kirby are the parents of a 7 1-2 bom Sunday at the Newport hospi John Moha left for San on Sunday after SEVEN two weeks vacation with his Mr. and Mrs. John John is a private in the United States Army Air Frances Kopacz has gone to During the coming year she will attend Northland Guests at the John Moha home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Louis Mrs. N. all of Washburn and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglas of Bowline Started The bowling alleys at the ton dub have been resurfaced and conditioned by expert Bowling was started During the next few weeks the teams and leagues for ladles and men will Competitive playing will start about October 1. George son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt underwent an operation at the Grand View tal on STATE LINE BARBER SHOP Hair Guts 35c For Children Next to Bridge 418 Silver Ironwood J. That you can budget your fall and winter expenses over a long period of time by getting a cash loan from us Pay It bock in easy instalments ad- Justed to your DOES NOT CONTAIN LEAD Next Payments Too If your car payments are too we can re- duce them for you and give you cash besides with a loan of up to UN ROOM SIX SECOND FLOOR 224 EAST AURORA ST. PHONE 1718 MICH ill like the size of this trim JL new Buick SPECIAL for its softer its its fresh smart style and all But what you'll go for is pens under that broad thrill and the thrift you get from that 115-hp. Buick For in each cylinder of that power plant a flaring ball of fire is set off with each Packed to higher compression than ever fuel gives up more power and more mileage power when you need economy out the whole driving so great is the power at your command one- eighth of the energy at your dis- It Ih Encyclopedia a a of am like tht think of a grul il All the rest is there waiting for and sudden Even at 50 you use less than one- quarter of your available and at 75 still have nearly half for emergency More than to this engine you can likewise add Compound step up both power out- put and your At 30 you'll get nearly one and one-half more miles per at 50 almost and at 70 an extra mile and But that's just one side of the story facts Only one thing will give you the stirring feel of Buick's behavior on the That's a demonstration and it's yours for the When will you be in to ask for WITH ALL THESE FEATURES COIl SPRINGS All no running COMPOUND l in if Around 1XEMPLAR OF MOTORS VALUE 235-37 E. Ayer St. POINT MOTOR SALES i RANGE'S OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS PEOPLES S. Highway No. 2, Mich. Michigan
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