Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - May 28, 1968, Escanaba, Michigan
Page TenESCANABA DAILY PRESS. Escanaba, Michigan
Tuesday, May 28, 1961
OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople I OUT OUR WAY
by J. R. Williams
PROM VVA1CH1N’ BURBLE Rip INS TD THOSE WALLS IV* WARD TO TELL WHETHER HE'S FMN* THE HOUSE OR LEADIN' A JAILBREAK/
I GUESS BURBLE HAE ASIS WELL, BUT HE HANDLES A POWER TOOL LIKE ONE OF iTHOSE IRON BALLS [THAT KMOCH DOWN; OLD BUILDINGS L
^HE'STWEONlyI \6Uy I'VE EVER
; GOULD WORK FREE AN' BE I OVERPAID /y
VOO ALREAPYMAILED ] THATlft GRATITUDE I IF I KNOW VOO THAT MY LETTER? OH,SOU / FORMDU,MA/.SHE J RUNNING TD THE IDIOT/ THE ONETIME WRITES HER 3OY ( MAILBOX WAS PREIN YOUR LIFE YOU DO J FRIEND A NASTY J MEDITATED/ BY HOLP-ME A FAVOR WITH- J NOTE DISPLAYIN’ / ING IT MDU COULD OUI ALLING y HER SAD TEMPER ) HAVE MADE HER HAPPY AROON. ’ FIRST/ J -AN' NOW TH AT / AND SAVED HIM A BAD SHE'S COOLED OFF \ TIME - - SO DON'T EXPECT SHE S MAD AT ME / A SYMPATHY FROM ME/
•. ai iii
epSvZi HEROES ARE MADE -NOT BORN
< UM Lf NU Ut. TM ».» Ut >* O"
WELL, ALL I CAW SAY IS THAT IF I WA? YOUR WIFE, I'P UMP5RSTAWP SOU!
A SIMPLE' WE'RE 60lVb HOME'
Robert Jenks To Be Ordained At Marquette Rite
STEVEN FISH received a Medal of Merit for Heroism from Ted Hentschell at the annual meeting of the Hiawathaland _ Council of the Boy Scouts of America on May 19 at Gaastra.
He was cited for the first aid he rendered Herschel Byers when Byers was involved in an auto accident in front of the Fish home on M-94. Fish cleared the 'unconscious man’s throat of blood to allow breathing and gave first aid until an ambulance arrived. He is a college student in Texas and a former member of Troop 402. Hentschell is assistant scoutmaster of the troop.
Heggblom Is Chief Of Democrat Delegation
When old scuff realizes he's
BEEN SPOTTED HE TAKES OFF AS FAST AS HIS THREE SOOD LESS WILL CARRY HIM ^
LEAVES THE MA IN ROAD AND ROARS AFTER HIM
! NOT FAR I
DEN IS AN ;
; DCS TOWN ii
U.S.A. Heggblom will serve as chairman of the Schoolcraft County Democratic delegation to the State Democratic Con-| vention being held in Detroit’s Coho Hall this weekend.
J Leonard Shay of Germfask ! was elected vice chairman and : Edwin E. Wuehle secretary at a delegate’s meting Saturday evening at the Heggblom home, Oak St.
Since only three of the elect-
Two Accidents Reported Sunday
Rodney Joseph Weber, 20, 324 S. Maple St., lost control of his auto, slid on some gravel and hit a tree causing an estimated $1000 damage to his 1968 car early Sunday morning. The accident occurred in Thompson Township on County Road 435, State Police report.
Weber was uninjured and was ticketed by State Police for violation of the basic speed law - too fast for condition.
Sunday afternoon Susan Ann Pike, 21, 404 N. Linn St., Bay City, was admitted to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital after an accident which occurred at 3:40 in Inwood Township on U.S. 2.
Miss Pike attempted to pass another car but swerved back into the right-hand lane when she noticed an approaching vehicle. She lost control of her vehicle and it rolled over. She was ticketed by State Police for driving too fast for conditions.
ed delegates will be able to attend, any alternates interested in substituting for delegates William Cowman, Duane MacGregor, and Thurman Skarritt should contact the secretary, Edwin Wuehle.
The delegates will attend an lith district caucas in Detroit at 4:30 p.m. Friday at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
At the district caucus, which includes an area from Alpena to Ironwood, four delegates will be elected to the national convention in Chicago sometime in August.
At the recent county democrat convention a secret ballot was taken to qualify delegate preference.
Humphrey got 61 per cent of tile votes with the remaining 39 per cent divided between Kennedy and McCarthy.
The local delegates will be bound by unit rule with each allowed one-half vote.
Rev. Robert G. Jenks, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Jenks of Green Bay, formerly of Man-1 istique, will be ordained to the priesthood Saturday at IO a rn. in St. Peter’s Cathedral. Marquette, by Bishop Charles Sa-latka.
Father Jenks was born in Manistique on Nov. 5, 1942. His mother is the former Lorraine Cooper.
He will say his first mass at St. Philip’s Church, Green Bay, at 10:45 on Sunday morning. A dinner and reception will follow.
Rev. JenJks’ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cooper, 646 Manistique Ave., and his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Cooper, Range St., plan to attend the Ordination.
Rev, Jenks attended St. Joseph’s School. Rice Lake. Wis.; St. Joseph’s, Sault Ste. Marie; St. Lawrence Minor Seminary, . Mt. Calvary. Wis; St. Francis Major Seminary. Milwaukee; and St. Joseph’s Provincial, j Plymouth.
For the past year Father Jenks has been serving as assis- | tant pastor at St. Christopher’s Church, Marquette, in an experimental on-the-job training.
Father Jenks has two brothers, Brian of Green Bay, and ' Patrick, a students at Oshkosh State University; and three sisters, Anne Marie, Kathleen, and Susan, of Green Bay. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenks.
Mrs. Robert Hawn met with her bridge club Thursday evening at her home on Range St. Awards went to Mrs. Howard Handoff, Mrs. Dino Pirolo and Mrs. Hawn. Mrs. Handorf was a guest.
it it it Bridge Club
Mrs. Lowell Cooper entertained her bridge club Thursday evening at her home on Range St.
Mrs. Lawrence Savoie, Mrs. James Redeker, and Mrs. William Males received awards. Mrs. John Potvin was a guest of Mrs. Cooper’s.
Rev. Mr. Ingmar Levin, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, was guest minister at the ll a.m. worship service Sunday. Mrs. Norman Patz gave the youth sermon. The Board of Deacons and Deaconesses will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the church. Silent Prayer Time will be held in the church sanctuary Wednesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Sunday, June 2, the 1968 graduates will be honored at the ll am. worship service. Rev. Mr. Lowell Fox and family will be guests at the service. Tuesday, June 4, the First Baptist Alice Miller Circle members will be at the church at 5:45 p.m. to leave for a dinner | at the Dreamland resturant.
The Lake Louise Baptist Women Conference will be held June 10-12. Registration should be made as soon as possible with Mrs. Robert Schu bring. Gulliver, or Miss Patricia Sijiith. The Vietnam kits for World Vision Project should be turned in as soon as possible. Anyone wishing to j donate a kit is to contact Mrs. Harold Eckblad. Gulliver, or any circle chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson, Range St., had Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hruska of Detroit as their guests over the weekend.
Past Matrons of Ida Chapter will meet at the G. Leslie Bou-schor cottage for a 6 p.m. dinner on June 3.
Hot-lunch for Wednesday al Fairview, Doyle, Central, and ; Hiawatha School will be baked chicken, whipped potatoes, cranberry sauce, and fruit.
The hot-lunch menu for
Wednesday at St. Francis will be hot-dogs and saurkraut, mashed potatoes, fruit juice, and sugar cookies.
A bake sale will be held at Farmer’s Market on Friday with proceeds to pay for repair of the Market. Anyone wishing to donate baked goods may call the Community Action Agency, 341-2452, for a pick-up. In case of rain, the bake sale will be held at the Maytag Store.
Executive Board of the Women’s Auxiliary of Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital would like to thank all who responded to their recent membership drive. 97 inactive members joined the auxiliary and eight active (working) members. Dues are used to purchase necessary equipment for the hospital.
Rev. Robert G. Jenks
Schoolcraft To Benefit Under State Tax Boost
The four counties in the 107th District can anticipate tax rebates two and one-half times greater on certain lands owned by the state and controlled by the Conservation Department, State Rep. Charles H. Varnum said today.
“Under the present system,” Varnum said, “rebates on the lands to Chippewa. Delta. Luce and Schoolcraft counties total $29,137. When the new plan goes into effect, payments in lieu of taxes to these counties will jump to $76,409, an increase of $47,272.
The increase will result from passage of a bill equalizing payments on such lands north of Townline 16 with lands south of the line. The bill is on its way to the Governor.
Under a 1925 act, which th« bill changes, conservation lands North of Townline 16 yielded only 20 cents per acre each year to local governments.
Delta, with 1,809 acres affected got $362 previously and will get $1,500; Schoolcraft with 41,086 acres got $8,220 and will get $20,000; Chippewa with 67,-162 acres got $13,430 and now gets $33,500 and Luce with 35,-625 acres got $7,125 and now get $21,400.
Wednesday’s film program at the Senior Citizens Center will include: “This Is Louisiana” -From the fascinating old French Quarter of New Orleans to flourishing modern cities, new industries, colorful harvests of sugar cane, cotton, strawberries and yams, and a visit to the Mardi Gras. “An Instrument of the People” - History of the guitar. The films start at 7:30 p.m. and last about one hour. Refreshments will be served after the program.
Tech Manistique Students Honored
HOUGHTON — Sixty-five ; students were honored at the 16th annual Honors Convocation of Michigan Tech for ranking in the top 5 per cent of the freshman class.
The honorees include:
Daniel W. Sikarskie. forestry major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sikarskie of Route I, Manistique, Mich.
William J. McKilligan, electrical engineering major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan McKilligan of Indian Lake Road, Manistique.
Thomas E. Plouff, electrical i engineering major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Plouff of 320 I S. 12th St., Escanaba
EVENTS AND NOTICES
The Schoolcraft Gem & Mineral Club will meet Monday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Art Room of the high school. All interested persons are welcome to attend.
A Dinner Meeting for the Manistique Rifle & Pistol Club will he held Wednesday at the club house. Skeet shooting will begin at 6 o’clock with the dinner following. All interested persons are invited.
Good Old Fashioned Days Lumberjack Parade July 3-4 will feature a beard contest. Time will be announced later. Prizes will be awarded. The event is sponsored by the American Legion Post No. 83.
Daily Rummage Sale sponsored by St. Jude Circle in the garage of Mrs. William A. Norton, 121 S. 2nd St.
The Bay Cliff Health Camp Financial Drive now in progress. Mail donations to Gerald Graphos, First National Bank
The American Legion have outside American Hag kits for sale. A 3’ by 5* — $5.00. Anyone interested in purchasing a kit are to contact any member of the Legion or 206 Deer St., or phone 341-2724.
Presented ss a public service every week by