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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 14, 1966, Ironwood, Michigan Attorney Will Speak Sunday At Men's Meet USA Heggblom, attorney and counselor from Manistique, will be at Sharon Lutheran Cnurch. Bessemer, at 7 p m. Sunday. Sent 18, to speak on "What It Means to Be a Christian Man All Lutheran men ana mer of other denomin- ations arp invited to attend. Lunch wij- be served by the women of the Evangelism Com- mittee after the meeting. Heggblom studied at Detroit Institute of Technology, at troit Teachers College, the Col- lege of the City of Detroit, Wayne University and received an L.L.B degree from Detroit College of Law and an L.L.M. degree from the University of Detroit He is a one-time facul- ty member of both the Detroit Hudson School and the Detroit College of Law His law prac- tice has taken him repeatedly into the Federal Courts as well as the State Supreme Court where his law briefs have been highly respected and on occa- sion created new law Heggblom has been Known as a student of Holy Writ for years He was active in the Au- gustana Lutheran Church for more than 40 years and often substituted for pastors of the church from the pulpit. Hun- dreds of sermons have been preached by Heggblom in churches of different denomin- ations For more than 20 years he served his church as a dea- con. His activity as a church- man is well known He taught adult and high school Bible classes He was the first president of the Easterr Michigan District! Churchmen of the Augustana Church and has held every elec- tive office of the Central Con- ference of Augustana Church which included Illinois, Indiana, southern Wisconsin and lower Michigan, and the only Michi- gan man ever to hold the presi- dency of the Central Conference of 180 churches. He was chair- man of the Scandinavian Cen- tral Coordinating Committee and even now has membership on the Norse Civic Board. When the Danish Luth- eran, Finnish Lutheran, Augus- tana Lutheran and United Luth- eran Churches formed the Luth- Church in America and then organized the Lutheran Men's Organization of the Michigan Synod it was Dr. Henry Madsen. who presided, and Heggblom. who was unan- imously elected as the con- stituting convention secretary. Presently he is the interna- tional president of the Order of Runeberg with lodges in many areas of the United States, Canada and Finland. All interested men in the communitv are invited to hear this dynamic speaker. Workshop to Be Thursday An architectural and site de- velopment workshop will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at Lac du Flambeau This one day school is being conducted for rural business- men, including resort owners, in Iron, Price, Oneida and Vilas Counties, and will be held at Yescheck's Tower on Highway 70 This program is especially de- signed for those businessmen who plan to build or improve their facilities There will be a fee. The day's program is as follows- Morning session 9 am., registration and get acquaint- ed hour- 9-50 introduction and welcome. Herman Smith, Vilas County Extension Service; 10 a.m architectural panel, L. G. Monthey, moderator. Panel members include Marvin Dob- berman, Superior, and Stephen Playter, Eau Claire; a.m., questions and answers; 12 noon, lunch (included in registration Afternoon session 1 p.m, "Building Materials and Their Proper Use T. J. Brevik, Un- iversity ot Wisconsin Extension, Madison- 2pm., "Your Site Layout and Robert Greaves, R. C. Greaves and Associates, Milwaukee; pm., "Yoor Landscape Wan and Materials" George Ziegler, Universit) of Wisconsin Exten- sion Madison, and Ralph Mc- Guire, nurseryman, Merrill; 3-15 p m. questions and discus- sion. Hearing to Be Held On Proposed Freeway LANSING (AP) The State Highway Commission plans a public hearing at Walled Lake Thursday on a prooosad 13-mile freeway from I 96 near Novi north to M 59 near Pontiac a million projecr The route would provide a freeway from Monroe to Pontiac bypassing metropolitan Detroit Businessmen's Workshop Set ASHLAND Businessmen j from the Ironwood area can pol-1 ish their communication skills] at a six-week workshop. I The management session will' be held at Northland College in Ashland. The course on "Im- proving Customer and Em- ployee Relations" is being spon- sored by Northland and the Un- iversity of Wisconsin. Classes will meet from 7 until 9 p.m. beginning Thursday, Sept. SJ, and continuing through Nov. 3. Management personnel will study the basic principles of communicating with customers as well as employees. The course is particularly designed for owners and managers of re- tail and serving businesses and manufacturing management. The informal lecture-discus- sion format will be employed to increase the businessman's knowledge of communication. The course will be conducted by Robert B. Wilcox, executive director of the Superior-Douglas County Development Associa- tion, Inc. of Duluth-Superior. Edward M Pickert of the Uni- versity of Wisconsin department of Commerce, extension divi- sion, h the Clar- ence W. Gray, vice president and treasurer of Northland, is in charge of arrangements. Tui- tion for the six week course is Businessmen may register in advance by sending an appli- cation and the tuition to Gray. Construction of New Factory is Started HARRIETTA (AP) Con- struction has begun on a 000 plastic containers manu-i factunng facility in this Wex-, ford County community west of Cadillac. President Larry Em- ir.ons of Emmons Inc., said Monday. He said the plant will I employ 12 workers 1 registering voters to make the i process as convenient as pos- sible for the citizens. Ironwood DaTly Globe, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1966 PAG! 3 Demos Urge Registration The Gogebic County Demo- cratic Convention resolved that each civic organization be en-! couraged t" cooperate in a pro- gram to register eligible voters This was deemed necessary because a large percentage are unregistered and will not be able to vote, and voting is the toundatior of a democratic so- ciety The convention also charged pach governmental unit in the county that is responsible for Famous Brands Included! SAVE UP TO 40% IN OUR JACKET JAMBOREE New Look Vinyls! "Leather" Looks! Benchwarmers! Animal Looks! 12" 15 99 No One Wants Funds For Pollution Control SANTA FE Mfl (AP) The state Health Department says it has 5 million in federal water pollution control funds to dis- tribute but no lakers for the money. 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