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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Ironwood, Michigan Age it Ironwood Dally Globe saturday nov. 16, 1968 economists now worn of a sluggish Economy Ann Arbor a the earnings of a year ago that the nation s Economy might become superheated and soar off out of control have been replaced of warnings that it May move too sluggishly in Early 1969. Three unpredictable factors the Vietnam War the 10 per cent income tax surcharge and the economic policies of the incoming administration of president elect Richard Nixon. Us prof. Daniel b. Suits a group of economists who opened the two Day 16th annual gathered at the University of Michigan this week heard slightly differing forecasts which add up to a downturn next year and a somewhat higher level of unemployment. But the forecasts hinged on Ford to convert Windsor Plant Detroit a Ford motor co. Announced plans Friday for a multimillion Dollar conver Sion of its parts making factory in neighbouring Windsor ont., in to a High volume engine production Plant. Manufacture of transmissions axles and other Chassis parts will be phased put at Windsor by next april with these operations absorbed primarily by plants in Livonia and Sherling Heights mich., or contracted to outside sources Ford said. Conversion of the Windsor Plant will begin next May and it is scheduled to be ready for production by the summer of 1970, in time to Supply the 1971 Model run. A office addition also is scheduled to be completed in Windsor by that time. Combined with present Windsor engine Plant the new facility will be Able to turn out engines a year Ford said. Employment in the converted Plant will be increased by 200, raising the Windsor total to More than the company conference on the economic out look with a prediction that the Gross National product the nation s total spending on goods and grow Only in 1969 and will Sag during the first half of the year. Other economists said suits forecast might be a Little tax pessimistic and suits conceded that might be True. Both prof. James Duesenberry of Harvard University and prof. George Katona of the University of Michigan s eco nomic behaviour program were a Little More optimistic. Duesenberry however joined suits in warning that unemployment could jump to unacceptable Levels if the new administration launches an All out attack on inflation. Katona reporting on a series of quarterly interviews with Consumers predicted Auto sales would be up slightly in 1969. Suits predicted they would be slightly Down. Katona said Consumers Are Uncertain and inclined to save much of their income but Are also benefiting from wage in creases and will continue will ing to make purchases during the year. If the Federal surtax is not extended by Congress beyond its june 30 expiration Date he said Consumers will be plea Santly surprised and More will ing to buy durable goods such As autos. A major peace move in Vietnam he added would have a similar effect. Duesenberry a member for 3% years of the president s Council of economic advisors said there is possible danger that the Economy could slow Robin Malone by Bob acres of lamp i a Emfs Ophe uui1ed stews Down to the where it said but during construction and conversion approximately will be Laid off. With company paid supplemental benefits and unemployment compensation Ford said those Laid off will collect approximately 95 per cent of their take Home pay As provided under new contracts with the United Auto workers Union. Most salaried personnel from the transmission and Chassis Plant will be transferred to other jobs in Ford of Canada ltd., the company take a massive government Effort to revive it. Katon and Duesenberry agreed that the year old surtax to Cool off the Economy by taking Money out of circulation and cutting purchasing Power had been a Wise policy even though its Short Range effects were less than some economists and businessmen had expected. Department to resume fight on throwaway bottles Lansing a the state Highway department which picks up litter along much of Michigan s Miles of state highways plans to try again next year to outlaw throw away Beer booties. A proposal for a minimum five cent Deposit charge on Beer bottles is on the 1969 legislative program of the state Highway commission. The commission also plans to ask lawmakers to regulate Roadside Parks and rest areas modernize standards for Railroad signs and signals and give the department More control Over disposal of Snow and ice on Highway rights of Way. The department now spends some a year in litter cleanup and estimates that it removes from to bottles from roadsides annually. Pollution hearing set Lansing a of two business firms and five local government units Are slated to appear before the state water resources commis Sion at its meeting Here next wednesday. A statutory hearing with Wayne county officials is scheduled to answer commission charges that inadequately treated sewage is being dumped into the Huron River by the county s Rockwood treatment plan. Active industries of Elkton and Michigan sugar co., with plants at Croswell and Caro Are to show cause they they Are not in default of earlier commission ant pollution orders. Lenawee county s Village of Clayton and St. Clair county s Kimball township both cited previously by a hearing examiner Are expected to Challenge the examiners reports. Officials of Reading in Hills Dale county also Are expected for a show cause hearing arising from a 1967 commission order. The commission also is scheduled to consider issuing a final order of determination to the Huron county Village of Sebe Waing setting a deadline for pollution abatement. The commission said Sebewaing is currently in default of an anti pollution Bongo Miami Fla. A the communist regime in Cuba the land of the Cha Cha is turning up a new governmental Agency radio Havana said thursday night a government authority has been established to Salvage the music of Cuba from a tendency toward inertia into which it has fallen recently for Lack of an organization to maintain the rhythm of daily Globe want ads Priscilla s Al Vermeer us spacemen learn sometw1nolike never eat Salami sandwiches for Pat meeting set monday Ontonagon the Onton agon area Parent teacher association wll meet monday eve Ning a 8 in the cafe orium of the Ontonagon school. The program area High will be presented by Vern c. Dahl quist chairman of the u. P. Chapter National association of social workers Dahlquist graduated from Northern Michigan University with a Bachelor of science degree from the University of Michigan with a Mas Ter s degree and has done Post graduate work at the univer sity of Michigan. He has served As administrative consultant for the family service Agency children s consultant for the state depart ment of social services executive director of the children s Aid and family service of the upper Peninsula which is a private non sectarian child and family Agency that offers serv ice to the counties of the upper Peninsula. Dahlquist attended the Pat planning session in Marquette in August of this year which was also Ontonagon members mrs. Robert Davison jr., mrs. Jay Zimmer and mrs. Larry Reynolds. He will speak to the Pat on the subject of sex education in the family parents teachers and inter ested persons in the Ontonagon mass and Rockland area Are encouraged to attend monday evening s meeting. It also has been noted that school calendars will be Avail Able at the meeting. County Drain report Given in his work report for oct Ober go Gebic county Drain commissioner Albert 0. Ander son stated he has checked on Oil pollution at the headwaters of Spring Creek Tenderfoot Creek and at the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon River. Anderson said it will take two years before this Oil is cleaned out but that a Large Crew of men Are working on the Job. The Drain commissioner also said he checked the water lev Els at Spring Creek Lac Vieux desert Lake Cisco dam and Lake go Gebic and checked the dump at Black River. Banquet set for tonight Ontonagon Lake of the Clouds Post veterans of for eign wars will observe Veter an s Day with a Public banquet this evening at the Post Home. The dinner will be served at 7 . Followed by a program with an army officer from Mich Igan tech As the main speaker. There also will be entertain ment. After the program dancing will be held with music furnished by a popular orchestra from Hancock. Ontonagon briefs or. And mrs. Oscar Carlson have left for Florida where they will spend the Winter months. Or. And mrs. Clifford Wilson and family have left for Holland where they will make their Home and where or. Wilson has employment. Or. And mrs. Edwin Gauthier have left for St. Petersburg Fla., where they will spend the Winter. A meeting of the Ontonagon Snow cruisers snowmobile club will be held monday evening nov. 18, at at the Council room of the Community build ing. All members and others interested in joining the club Are asked to attend. The Ontonagon area Parent teacher association will meet monday evening nov. 18, at 8 at the High school cafe orium. A meeting of Ontonagon masonic Lodge will be held tues Day nov. 19. At . Crash victim Dies Flint a Helen rid path 65, of Byron died in a Flint Hospital Friday from injuries suffered tuesday in a two car crash near Flint. She was the Driver of one of the cars. Three others in the crash were hospitalized. Judge rules housing referendum discriminates grand rapids a a civil rights group today hailed As a landmark ruling the decision by a Federal judge to ban a Public vote which could Stop a Low income housing project in Lansing. Judge Noel p. Fox of . Disc Purt court issued a Perman ent injunction Friday against a referendum on the zoning change i Michigan s state Cap Itol. The zoning change was passed by Lansing s City Council some time ago to permit construction of a 25-unit Public housing project for Low income families. The court s order strikes Al sophisticated devices of housing discrimination found across the said Jack Green Berg director counsel of the Legal defense fund of. The National association for the advancement of coloured people he said it is the first ruling of its kind and that it gives a act attorneys a tool to fight such devices As zoning which segregate neighbourhoods by income thereby limiting entry of negroes puerto Picans mexican americans and other in his 30-Page opinion Fox said that he found the motivation behind the circulation of the referendum petitions is in major part based on economic and racial discrimination in housing. Similar zoning variances for Middle and upper income unit housing have never been Fox added. The Lansing City Council More than a year ago passed the zoning change to permit construction of the housing project in a lower Middle income area of the Southeast Side designated Only for single family dwell Ings. Soon afterwards a group called the committee for individual Homes sought to petition for a referendum on the zoning change. The Lansing City clerk refused to accept the petitions in june 1967, but Ingham county circuit court ordered the petitions accepted and this order was up held by the Michigan court of appeals. Refuse Bond to mafioso Detroit a a judge Friday refused Bond to reputed mafia Leader Vito Giacalone or Dering him jailed to await sentencing on a conviction of illegally possessing a Blackjack. Judge Victor j. Baum of Wayne county circuit court or dered Giacalone to jail to await sentencing dec. 5. In View of his criminal rec Ord and the kind of criminal and alleged criminal charges against him i can t close my eyes to what seems to be an imminent danger. That witnesses May be tampered Baum said. Earlier Friday Giacalone was arraigned in . District court before judge Damon Keith on a Federal charge of extortion in an alleged loan shark conspiracy. Giacalone 45, stood mute and was released by Keith on 000 Bond on the Federal charge. Eleven other persons have been charged in connection with the alleged loan shark conspiracy including Giacalone s brother Anthony 49. Seven of the charged were arraigned thursday and four were arraigned Friday. Besides Vito Giacalone those arraigned Friday were Salva Tore Agosta 44, of East Detroit Michael Katranis 29, of Detroit and James Karalla jr., 34, of Detroit. The 12th Man Peter Amor Mino 49, of St. Clair shores was sought for arraignment. Anthony and Vito Giacalone were named As mafia chieftains in 1963 testimony before a . Senate crime investigating com Mittee. Harvest supper set for sunday Ontonagon the holy family altar Guild will Spon Sor its annual Harvest supper on sunday nov. 17, at the Par ish Hall from 5 to 7 . The menu will feature Fried Chicken Ham cabbage Rolls barbecued ribs potatoes Gravy Sauer Kraut baked Beans buttered carrots relishes salad Gelatin salads fruit salad Rolls As sorted pies cakes bars Coffee Tea or milk. Then a group of nine negroes and mexican americans filed suit in the Federal court to Block the referendum. The a act Legal defense fund supported their lawsuit. Fox noted that 65 per cent of Lansing s negroes and mexican americans live in a West Side slum containing Only 11 per cent of the City s population of he said 75 per cent of the slum housing is substandard or dilapidated and one third of it is overcrowded. The controversial Public hous ing site he said is the Only one suggested by the City which would provide anything approaching adequate Low income housing in a reasonable period of if citizens were permitted to Yote against the rezoning and in a referendum actually did reject it Fox said it would delay construction of the Low income housing. And the same thing could happen with any other site he said. Fox said the Legal question involved in the suit was whether a referendum could deprive the plaintiffs of their rights under the United states Constitution. The judge ruled that the pro posed referendum unduly interferes with the Progress of a federally supported project and cannot be he said the Federal govern ment had fulfilled its obligation to work within the framework of local the Lansing planning commission had approved the project and the site in other cities Fox said referendums against Low income housing projects could bring to a halt the attempts to ease racial tension and secure a better life for Many of our citizens by constructing Low Cost housing Southside the inner he noted that the . Sup reme court held that a califor Nia state Constitution provision limiting open housing was in violation of the equal Protection clause of the 14th amendment of the . Constitution. 1st Hunting fatality Manistique a Michi Gan recorded its first fatality of the Hunting season Friday in a Schoolcraft county near Manis Tique. Police said Cletus Sharp of Augusta died of a heart at tack after shooting a Buck. The worry clinic by or. George w. Crane Rev. Silas is a faithful Clergyman who does t uti Lize his daily experiences adequately in his Sermonis ing. So he works harder yet does t remotely equal or. Peale s effect. For or. Peale follows Christ s Par Able or anecdotal formula and thus strings together dramatic daily episodes in to a 30-minute thrilling address Case h-53s Rev. Silas is a Middle aged Clergyman. Or. He spoke Rue fully i know that you often criticize pastors for their poor oratory. So i have diligently tried to perk up my sermonizing. But i find that it is very difficult to produce a new ser Mon every week. Have you any suggestions for simplifying my watch or. Peale to sit in one s Church study trying to compose an essay Type of theological Sermon is admittedly a Tough weekly Job. So Don t do it instead get Down to the Sim ple Basic ideas that All churches Are trying to cultivate namely kindliness love of one s neigh Bors Goodwill and peace. All sermons for a lifetime can be rooted in such simple but eternal verities. Then fabricate your Sermon out of your daily contacts whether on your Calls at the Hospital or at men s luncheon clubs or from the Many worried parishioners who come to you for personal advice and counsel. Or. Norman Vincent Peale thus selects one of those Basic themes or Sermon then he Hunts a Bible re Ference to give it More religious authority. But after that he weaves a fascinating Sermon out of the Many relevant experiences of the Day. This he May begin i had to Fly to Detroit for a speech. And As i was Riding in the taxi to the Airport i asked the Driver etc., thus he employs a current actual Case As a narrative starter for his Sermon. He May pick up a casual unexpected comment that beautifully into his next Sun Day s Sermou. Or he May actually steer the dialogue so that he can get the taxicab Driver to voice an Opin Ion along the line which or. Peale has previously plan Ned i thereafter or. Peale will also try to include ideas derived in his conversation with his seatmate on the plane. Or he will elicit some Rele vant and interesting comment from the airline stewardess. And when he arrives at de troit he is almost sure to make some social contacts with business tycoons or political leaders which he can also weave into his Sermon in a constructive manner. Thus or. Peale develops his Sermon out of the human raw materials that he meets be tween monday morning and the next sunday at 11 . And this formula was derived from Christ s own parable or anecdotal recipe. For Jesus used daily situations and work ing people As the Warp and Woof threads out of which he wove his tremendous sermons. And such speeches Are Al ways thrilling. They keep people awake. For we Are All More interested in narration stories than in dry essay sermons that sound As Dull As the usual textbook stuff. Audiences want real life drama narration and humor plus a Little of the tear Jerker peroration. 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