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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Ironwood, Michigan Assembly throws in Towel Madison wis. A the Wisconsin Assembly frustrated and somewhat bored threw in i the Towel Friday and went Home to await Senate action on the state budget. The Assembly rambled through its Calendar for three Days this week passing noncontroversial measures tabling others and sending most of the joint committee on finance for More study. During that time the Assem Bly waited for the state budget Bill. The representatives Are still waiting but now they la wait at Home. In session since Jan. 1, the Senate has passed 88 Bills along to the Assembly compared to 194 Bills the Assembly has sent to the Senate. The Senate has a lot of catch ing up to do but Little time in which to do it. Once the Bud get passes both houses the legislature is to adjourn until oct. 2. Obituaries Roland e. Landry Roland Edward Landry 79, 250 Ashland court died Friday at grand View Hospital where he had been a patient since june 23. Born april 4, 1894 at Waverly minn., schools. He attended Hurley he became interested. In Cigar manufacturing and at tended a school of that proves Diamond club reorganized Diamond 4-h i club reorganized for the sum Mer at a recent business meet ing. Officers elected were Anna w a u r i o president Norine Wagner vice president Lori Dishneau Secretary and Robert hash treasurer. Joann Wagner and Gina Maki were appointed club reporters. Adult leaders Are mrs. Arlene Maki and mrs. Audrey Wagner. Junior leaders Are Karen Wagner Gail Koehler Linda Leino Karen Nelson Scott Applekamp and Anna Waurio. Club members Are enrolled in four projects horse and Pony dog obedience Archery and beautification. Members of the beautification project completed distribution j of Trees to each family in match Wood township. The Only persons not receiving Trees were those who were not Home at the time members called. Also window in Hurley broken by vandals a rear window on the newly built James Murra residence located near the end of n. 9th ave. In Hurley was broken by vandals according to the Hur Ley police department. Marathon committees meet slated All members of the tees planning the r Nurmi Marathon caused by Young 3 to Hitov chamber of Corn said. Officers said a Rock was thrown at the window. Pen stroke to sell feds pen to Judy Krankkala co chair 1 men of planning groups and Everis Engstrom president of the chamber. The Marathon is set for j saturday aug. 11. Hospital notes grand View. Admitted Fri Day Charles Allen jr., Helen Repetowski Dudley Olson Iron Wood Virginia Ewanoski Lau Rie Hanson Hurley Rita Lar son Vivian Paynter Bessemer George Mcelroy Chicago. Mrs. Foley Trina Gertz mrs. Edith Peterson Ironwood David Johnson Hurley mrs. Roland Niemi Marenisco. Patient count Friday 71. Divine infant Wakefield. Admitted Friday mrs. Garvin Page 2 Ironwood daily Glebe saturday july 21, 1973 1973 Paavo discharged Friday Are to meet Donald Niemi James night at 7 in the office i mrs. Puisto mrs. Clifford ii Ruay a Tuff 11. Marenisco the co chairmen request that Ironwood. Madison wis. A Only their plans signing of the lease remains be fore the Federal government As Sumes total control of the never mrs Ontonagon memorial. Admitted Friday Ellen Tahti scheduled for thursday Nen Trout Creek Anabelle aug. 9, is the lighting of the used prison in Adams county olympic a business gov. Patrick j Lucey said Fri promotion with entertainment Day in the business District is set on a 7-1 vote the state build the Friday before Thon and will continue through speaker Norman Anderson d j Sion and returned to the area Madison and majority Leader i where he worked for Joseph Anthony Earl a Wausau decide Sauter. Later he went into his own Cigar manufacturing bus iness. At the Start of world War de Early in the week to keep the lower House in session As Long As there was a possibility of Senate budget approval. Until Friday afternoon there was optimism but then the Bot Tom fell out As the Senate rejected the fiscal plan for the second time and adjourned until next week. So the Assembly gave up. Earl told the remaining representatives Many took to the streets As soon As the Senate adjourned they would be re called on 48 or 24 hour notice As soon As the Senate approved the measure. Everyone agreed that could be next week or it could be a while longer. Slate annual school meet the annual meeting of the Hurley joint school District will be held monday at 8 . In the gymnasium of the j. E. Murphy High school. Consideration of a budget for the 1973-74 school year is not on the Agenda. The school Board agreed recently to postpone the budget hearing because of a Lack of information on How much in state Aid will be Avail Able. It is expected there will be some discussion about the Saxon school. Two i he sold his business and entered co. M., to 828 army corps. After his discharge he saturday. Federal government Over a i to nos weekend Tran Koala and year period. I others Are working on the under the terms of the course of the Marathon by com the Federal government would plating some measurements pay annual instalments of which will be submitted to the planted at the town Hall. The Archery club meets at a different member s House every other week while the dog obedience members meet every week for practice training ses Sions. Turned to Ironwood and worked for the City of Ironwood. He be came manager of Ironwood american legion Post s canteen and 14 years ago retired after serving 25 years in that Capa City. On sept. 21, 1929 he mar ried the former Florence Wurl Here. He was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church american legion and the Goge Bic county 40 it 8 Voiture. Surviving Are his widow and one son Peter w., East Lan sing. Funeral services will be held monday at 9 . At St. Am Brose Catholic Church with the very Rev. Thomas Ruppe officiating. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery. The Mckevitt Kershner f u n e r Al Home will open at 5 . Sun Day for visitation. Liturgical prayers will be offered at 8 that night at the funeral Home. Eino Kumpula Bruce crossing seventy three year old Eino Kumpula died unexpectedly in his Home Here Friday noon. Or. Kum Pula a woodsman was born in Laurium March 3, 1900, son of the late or. And mrs. Victor the horse club members sponsored a earlier this year and participated in a re i cleanup of township roads. Saxon school. Two years ago he came with his the school Board moved to close i 101 a payment of i Amateur athletic Union. The sen. Fred Risser a Madison aau has promised the Paavo the school. However the move was thwarted by the residents of the Saxon Gurney area and parents to this area in 1914. He i never married. Surviving Are a brother Rich Ard and a sister mrs. Eric i i . Cla1ul Jujj. Vij. A ii a at last year s annual meeting Laakso both Bruce crossing. Motions were passed to keep i three Brothers Ernest Herman the school open and make and Hjalmer died earlier. Necessary repairs. Funeral rites will be in Brown _ a re. X a Juu. ail a j. Of ii. I regard to repairs the funeral Home Bruce crossing school Board opened bids at a at l monday. The Rev. Special meeting this week. Low bids for alterations and repairs not counting plumbing work Fred Bergfeld Bruce crossing will officiate. Burial will be in the family plot in Hillside came to in addition to j cemetery Here. The body will this the architect s fee comes to eight per cent of the total Low bids. Other items on the Agenda monday night Are the annual financial report and designation of an official newspaper and depository. Briefly told Luther l. Wright High school class of 1933 will hold a final reunion planning meeting at the St. James hotel tuesday july 24, at 7 . All classmates Are invited. The reunion is set for aug. 4 at the Liberty Bell Cha let Hurley. Be in the funeral Home after 6 . Sunday. Funerals wave of terrorism expected in Belfast Alex d Antonio and Leslie tre Gembo. Several members and mrs. Maki attended 4-h Camp at Nesbit. Mrs. Maki along members Scott Apple Kamp Gail Koehler Linda Leino Elaine and Marian hash Marge Cadeau and Norine Wagner went to 4-h exploration Days at East Lansing. The club entered a float in the Ewen four tit of july Parade with the theme of pathway to the Sunshine riders of the club also Rode As a group in the Parade and the club won first prize for its entries. Bruce crossing briefs mrs. Eric Laakso is a patient at St. Joseph s Hospital Marsh Field wis. She was visited by her daughter Marilyn Melrose Park do. Recent visitors at the Home of Albert George and William Laitila were their brother in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. Her Man Howard Jackson and mrs. Mary Mattson Ironwood. Or. And mrs. Diet Kudlaczyk and children Detroit Are spending a vacation at their Home Here and visiting various relatives in the area. Mrs. Aileen Ranta and mrs. William Lehtonen were Iron Wood shoppers. In route Home they visited or. And mrs. John Tickanen at Lake go Gebic. John Larson Mohawk visited his Brothers in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. Michael Honkanen and or. And mrs. Emil Syria and other relatives. Mrs. Mae Honkanen mrs. Emil Syria mrs. Wilmer hut Tula and mrs. Alma Spargo were business callers in Marsh Field recently. Or. And mrs. Ellsworth Schaufel and family Lake Villa 111., visited her brother and Sis ter in Law or. And mrs. Hubert Waara and Gerri. While Here they All visited in l Anse with the storm family. Or. And mrs. Peter Banach Franklin Park 111., and or. And mrs. Bernard Lundberg dear born Heights visited or. And mrs. Jorma Lannet and family and Elmy and Elmer Lannet. Or. And mrs. Wilbert Taeger and family and or. And mrs. Earl Taeger Milwaukee visited their parents or. And mrs. Arne Taeger. Complimented the state for making the Deal. The state will recoup every Penny it put into this Risser said. Lucey said the transaction eventually will mean at least a million after the 14-year period elapses the Federal government will retain the option of taking Over ownership of the institution or giving it Back to the state. Nurmi Marathon course from Upson to Hurley will be certified. Krankkala acknowledged the help of Gordon and Mark Soine of Kimball in setting up the calibration for working out the measurements of the 26 mile 385 Yard course. In making plans for the fifth annual Marathon mrs. Krank1 Kala requested area runners who plan to enter the event Yaunke Ontonagon. Discharged Friday Charlotte Niemi Ronald Perry Bruce crossing Michael hairier Duluth Elsie Mannikko Anna Abramson Edward Nehmer mrs. Kenneth Ison and baby Ontonagon. Howard Young medical Center Woodruff. Discharged j Friday n. Rust Terre haute ind. Wilbur Patterson Wood zoning variance tops City Agenda a Public hearing on a zoning variance for a building at 213 Go Gebic St., held Over from the last meeting is the top item on a Light Agenda of the Iron Wood City commission when it meets monday at . In the memorial building. Jerry Jensen Hurley it. 1, had sought a variance to convert the building into four apartments scaled Down from five in his original proposal to the Iron Wood planning commission. His latest change is to reduce the conversion to three apartments. The area is zone single family. In other business the commission will hold a Public hearing on the Street improve in other action the bidding Register or at least indicate commission approved for remodelling of the Hill farms state building in Madison their intention to participate at the chamber office or by calling office i her. This information is Neces for the construction of a parking lot at the Milwaukee state office building for construction of a maintenance and garage build ing at the Oregon state farm for completion of the Monroe armory project. The Federal government would pay of the total budget for air conditioning at of Wisconsin la sary for the publicity and also for participation in the festivities thursday night. Mrs. Krankkala also advised the Marathon planners Are seeking persons or families who will make a Kettle of Moi aka finnish Stew Marathon. She said for the we Are Ruff Gary Pawlusek Besse Mer Albert Brown Mercer Mollen Talcott Gile Chester Mill Milwaukee Edgar Mcferren fond do Lac Elsie yesh chek. Lac do Flambeau. Hurley Mercer teams beaten t h i in Watersmeet township to Park Falls Raymond Bussler jr., Oakland downed the Hurley All stars 9-, wis. And Jerry Mathy and a 6, and Merrill swamped the Vid j. Mathy Marshall wis., Mercer Flambeau All stars in for Little league area tournament Louise v. Martens Grafton ment program for Florence sts., also Large land sales noted in county several Large land sales in Watersmeet township during the past week highlighted pro Perty transactions in go Gebic county during the past month As recorded in the county Regis ter of deeds office during the Pas month. Mach farms Antigo wis., and or. And mrs. Glenn v. Refunds to members. In the per Don Antigo sold land near the j0d july 1, 1972, june 30, 1973, i South Shore of Beaton s Lake Burt and held Over from the last meeting and one on improving n. Lowell Midland ave. To a Wayside ave. It will consider offering for Sale four parcels of City owned land Curry third addition Block 9, lots 19 and 20 and Block 15, lots 25-and 26, be Beenaw addition lot 11 and As Sessor s plat 8, Bloch 3, East half of lot 11 and All of lot 12. The commissioners will also con Sider withholding from state tax Sale the property at 326 s. Mar Quette St. It will take up traffic control order 10, written by City Man Ager Kenneth e. Long setting Speed limits on part of Buskirk re. At 30 and 40 Miles an hour. Other commission business includes a letter from the Michi Gan municipal league relative to the annual meeting in grand rapids sept. 4-7 and the june police report. The City general employees retirement system yearned bal Ance Sheet will also be re viewed. It shows the fund with a balance of last fiscal year the fund took i and paid out 71, All pensions or expenses except for which were openers Here Friday. Late starting Hurley tallied six runs with none out in the final sixth finally getting some wis., sold property in Waters meet township to or. And mrs. Charles g. Stewart Franklin Park i. For North action at the plate against the j Woods land office inc., sold nifty Little Park Falls right hander Tom Armstrong. He had the Hurley ites eating out of his hand with curves and who will make a Kettle of Moi Jaka. Together this will be University Crosse. Total of Ous projects on us campuses j to the runners after they finish at Oshkosh Whitewater Ste the Marathon. Vens Point Platteville and Stout. For the Walkway and drive improvement project and the South Campus storm sewer project at us River Falls. For Glidden personals suffice it to feed the it has been a tradition that finnish Stew be made available sundays activities innings. A two on Homer by John Kutz got the Hurley nine going in the final sixth but it was too late. Gary Kangas pitched Well enough to have won for Hurley giving up nine runs on nine hits. He had seven strikeouts and property in Watersmeet town ship to Angelo r. Palmo Chica go for or. And mrs. Michael Pei trek Wakefield sold property i Wakefield to or. And mrs. Emil Movrich Wakefield for or. And mrs. James m. Tai Pale White Pine sold property in Marenisco township to or. And mrs. Daniel f. Dhooge White Pine for or. And mrs. David s. Mala sky Bessemer sold property in members contributed and the City contributed 350.32 while investments earn Ings added miscellaneous Revenue was _ j j la Esau. -1-1.i walked Only one. However key Bessemer to or. And mrs. Dino errors and timely Park Falls Gheller Bessemer for in batting especially by Pitcher Armstrong gave the winners the Lake go Gebic improve. Momentum. Armstrong smash Bessemer. The Small business administration of Detroit acquired some ment association will meet Sun-1 de a two Bagger and Isham property on the South Shore of Slnar r7-qn i it a4" Vinyl it Hall la Jinn not tort Llev t to Day at . At Cordy s or. And mrs. Ray Holmes go Gebic Lodge new member and family Detroit and mrs. And membership renewals Delbert Holmes Marengo visited their sister mrs. William i Bay sf., recently. Be received. The National finnish Ameri can festival inc., will hold a Dennis strand and Catcher Ryan Trier. In Riff 1 work Bee All Day at the cultural i Bruce Bauman went All the or. James Kus Seii Spring it. Mitma had a double and Home run. Top Fielding performances by Hurley were turned in by third baseman Gary Stella shortstop i sunday Lake in Wakefield through a go Gebic county Sher Iff s deed on a mortgage Sale land sales recorded five land sales of or More were recorded during the past week at the Iron county Register of deeds office in Hur Ley. The transactions and their approximate sums based on Revenue Stamps affixed to the documents were Kenneth and Rosemary Neu Mann to John Boran for in the town of Oma Donald and Janice Valgoma Saxon to Edward a. Sullivan Milwaukee for in the town of Saxon. William and Marie Kornwolf to Joann Bradley for in Montreal Albert and Eliza Beth Constantini to Earl and Beverly gingery for in Hurley Norbert e. Marshal to Ordean or Joyce autio for 500 in the town of Saxon. I or. And mrs. Dennis e. Simon Owatonna minn., sold in Bessemer township Ucli Llaca .tblloscjlj., of jul Lleti j of xxi Al Field 111 spent some time visit Center Kimball. Lunch will be i Way on the Mound for Mercer j to our Savior lutheran Church ing the Merton Parfitt Home. Served. Shovels and axes Are i Flambeau in their 20-1 loss to for his wife and daughters Becky needed. And Beth remained for a longer Cloverland chorus members visit with her parents. The Par will meet at . In fellow ship Hall Salem lutheran Thomas j. Butson funeral services for Thomas j. Butson 84, Ironwood who died tuesday were at 2 . Friday at Chappell Zielinski funeral Home with the Rev. Mil tons. Wilson officiating. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. Pallbearers were Dennis Aspinwall Howard Aspinwall Percy Treloar Swen Ekstrom John Oinas returned from a trip to Union Lake a or. And mrs. Albert Ozanich companies Here by his son White Pine attended from out Jeffrey and daughter Joanne Fitts and mrs. Russell and daughters spent a weekend at the Larry Parfitt Home Hudson wis. Or. And mrs. Ronald rein Church before singing at the 9 . Service. The land o lakes Jaycees will sponsor an outdoor beef Duluth spent a weekend Here Barbecue behind the town Hall visiting her father Edward Hult beginning at 11 . A free Chil Mist. Anal her Sisters. Mrs. Dren s show will be Given at quist and her Sisters mrs. Bob i Keilhofer and mrs. Edgar j musical entertainment Schroeder. Or. And mrs. Dale Bienlien Williams gave up just one run on two safeties by Doug Samuels and Joe big John. Samuels scored the Mercer four in the fifth four in the Sec Ond a five in the third three in the fourth and four in the Anonymous will i fifth for a perfect scoring per an Kark have Retone from meet at . At Immanu Mormance inning Wise Williams to Bessemer for big Strong Merrill. He gave up _ 20 runs on 16 hits 15 walks d n and nine errors with three Purchase coveralls strikeouts. Winning Pitcher Bob por pure department i it nit of run i Twenty two pairs of protective coveralls have been purchased the Hurley Volunteer fire Flambeau run in the third in department for a Ning. Merrill scored fourth and cording to officer Kenneth Back i will follow. Alcoholics visiting his sister and other relatives at Denver Colo. Or. And mrs. Clement Hall bismark n.d., Are spending a vacation with relatives Here and at Mellen Ironwood mich., and Mercer. Or. And mrs. Ray Wolf big Bend wis. Donald Wolf Hampton va., and or. And late Conception Church Wakefield. Of town. Belfast Northern Ireland a the British army i oaf her signatures launched a massive Security operation in Belfast Early today to Blunt an expected wave of terrorism in the Wake of the Roundup of 18 top Irish Republican army guerrillas two Days the operation was on recall petition Montreal a second re Call petition directed against Montreal mayor Miles Beck Strom has been signed by More mainly at curbing any Ira retaliatory offensive. But army Headquarters said it was also to prevent fanatical protestant terrorists from carrying out threatened revenge raids on roman catholics. Than 100 persons according to aimed Wayne Komsi one of the Back three bombs that ripped bars in predominantly Catholic quarters of the City Friday night were believed to have been planted by the Ulster Freedom student from Pence gets academic award David j. Reinerio son of or. And mrs. Domenic b. Reinerio j Madison wis. State sen. Ers of the petition. Only 94 i signatures Are needed. The petitions against Beck Strom Stem from the controversy surrounding the mayor s role in plans to have a nursing Home built with Bonds backed by the City. The first petition was Dis missed by judge Lewis j. Charles in Iron county circuit court because it had been improperly prepared. Who will spend the summer Here. Or. And mrs. Clifford Ander son and daughters Green Bay visited her parents or. And mrs. Arne Huhtala Here and his parents or. And mrs. Arnold Wirtanen Ontonagon. Or. And mrs. Taisto Hoff Strom returned from a trip to Sudsbury Ontario can., where they visited his cousins who Are there on a vacation from Fin land. Theno votes for Wisconsin budget Home vandalized Minocqua vandalism to a Home on Marion Lake caused a loss of about according to the Minocqua police depart ment. Mike Denoyer Minocqua reported to police thursday that entry to the Home was forced on an unknown Date. Damaged were Light fixtures and a closet door and paint was spilled on the basement floor. Pence has been named to receive the Chancellor s award for academic excellence during the second semester at the univer sity of Wisconsin Stout. Reinerio is a Junior majoring in marketing and distributive education. The award replaces what has been known the Dean s list. It presented to students with a Mai mar Grade Point average Dan thenor Ashland voted for the Compromise 1973-75 wis Consin budget when the state Senate rejected the measure Friday. Theno said that while he is not entirely satisfied with the budget he will continue to sup port it because he believes it to be the Best Compromise available considering the split political control of the Legisla Bury fall victim Madison wis. Ices were today for John f. Wall 16, Madison who died wednesday of injuries suffered in a fall from a Cliff in Rochea Cri state Park in Adams county. Wall a native of Milwaukee moved with his family to Madi son in 1969, from Barrington 111. Survivors include his parents or. And mrs. John f. Wall and six Sisters. Monday s activities the Range Art association will meet at . At the mrs. Louis Wolf and daughter first National Bank Community Marion Rockford 111., visited room final accounting for the relatives Here during the week. Recent exhibit and Sale will take or. And mrs. Grant gee have returned from Wisconsin rapids where they visited relatives. Dennis York Milwaukee re _ gently visited his parents the be presented at 7 . At Yorks and his Sylvania visitor Center at n. _ of us_2 us Catholic fanned seven and walked three. Park Falls and Merrill clash for the area championship today at 4 . A free program on edible wild free for the Park Falls 9 Rebne Weber Armstrong Isham Washatka Goesch Michelski Dormer Warren totals Hurley h Gary Nevala Bob Wiita Gary Stella Gary Kangas John Kutz Dennis strand Ryan Trier Jim Vokolek Ron Basum Mark Giacummo a r h 311 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 31 or. And mrs. Ralph Bay Mil 45 Watersmeet. _ Waukee recently visited their committee chairmen for parents the Elde Reischel and the Paavo Nurmi Marathon will scoring by mrs Hilda Schurtz meet at 7 . At the Huley mrs. Edith Pellett Gotham i chamber of wis., is visiting her son and j the Bessemer township daughter in Law or. And mrs. Eldon Pellett. Or. And mrs. Victor Bay Board of education will Mee t at Ramsay school at 7 . The Iron county finance Franklin Park ill., Are spend committee jul meet at and 7 . At the county clerks ing some time at their Home Here. Dexter St. George jr., Supe rior and William Bay or. And his son Billy Iii Cumberland visited mrs. William Bay or. Mrs. Bay went with them to Cumberland and then to min Neapolis where she left by plane for Corona Del mar calif., to office in the courthouse Hurley. An officer of the Small Busi Ness administration office mar Quette will be at the go Gebic Community action Agency from visit her son in Law and Daugh ter or. And mrs. John Davis and family for two weeks. Noon until 4 . The Bessemer school Board will township meet at 7 . At the Ramsay school. The fair Board committee of the go Gebic county Board of commissioners will meet at the most Eldal Fairgrounds in Ironwood Mon had medical attention at the Day at 7 Marshfield clinic. Mrs. Glenn at a Eickmann also _ medi-1 Coundi Cal attention _ i clinic. Or. And mrs. At the Chambers. Allen Eineichner and family Milwaukee re two Poi or with tit a Julio gently visited his parents the Lawrence Eineichner. I Navy Seaman recruit Michael the department of Agricula Salli son of or. And mrs. Ture says that the cholesterol Waino e. Salli Hurley it. 1, Content of eggs is no higher graduated from recruit training Paul Mrdjenovich Jim Trcka totals Park Falls Hurley Lund. He noted the coveralls which have insignias on the Back with the department s name were purchased with Money raised by efforts of the firemen. The department has raised Over since the Start of the year and is continuing to raise Money for purchases of equipment and protective apparel. The department also raised to be used toward Pur Chase of a new fire truck. White Pine briefs White regular meeting of the White Pine school District Board of Educa Tion has been scheduled to meet tuesday at Board offices. . In the employment program plans welding course the Northwest Wisconsin concentrated employment pro Gram Cep is sponsoring a 16 week welding course at the Fra Zer shipyard Superior. Persons interested in this course or other types of train ing May apply at the Cep Cen ter at 220 Sixth ave., Ash land. Previous experience will be helpful but is not necessary according to James Bonney Cep director. Persons accepted for training will receive a weekly training allowance. Upon completion of the course Job placement Assis Tance will be available. Bonney said the welding course is a new approach in the Field of training Cep enrol Lees and should prove successful in placing them into full time employment. Photos on display the Wisconsin professional photographers association s 1973 travelling loan exhibit is now on display at the go Gebic National Bank. The exhibition of prize win Ning photographs will be on Dis play until next Friday. Globe want ads rent c 13 230 000 9 12 the weather temperatures in Ironwood saturday july 21, 1073. For 24 or. Period ending at 11 . 2 . 68110 . 60 6 . 46 4 . 68 Midnight 8 . 57 6 . 67 2 . 54 10 . 68 8 . 4 . Precipitation year to Date 20.07 in. Relative humidity 54 per cent. Barometer 7 am 30.07 10 am 30.07. Range skies Sunset today Sunrise to Morrow Moonrise tonight . The planet Mars appears near the Moon tonight and tomorrow night. Mars is now less than 73 million Miles from the Earth and it has become brighter than most of the stars. Sunday Sunset Sunrise monday . Moonrise Sun Day . Last Quarter sunday . Prominent Aldebaran rises . Visible Venus sets . Jupiter rises . Mars South of the Moon. Saturn Between Aldebaran and the Sun. Eva surfs shop will be closed until noon on monday july 23 out of respect to v or. Roland Landry than that of Many other popular i at the great foods. I training Center. Lakes naval than. On september 1, 1923, a great earthquake killed persons m More than Tokyo a newspaper

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