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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Ironwood, Michigan Page 2 Ironwood daily Globe saturday mar. 8, 1980 Milliken vetoes Ironwood project Lansing a gov William Milliken has vetoed an appropriation of $100,000 for the proposed Ironwood recreation building according to rep. Russell Heilman a Doliar Bay. The appropriation was included in the capital outlays Bill that recently passed the House of representatives and state Senate and moved to gov Milliken s desk for signature. It was gov. Milliken s second veto of the Ironwood appropriation within three months. Funds for the Ironwood recreation Center were included in an appropriations Bill last december. The Ironwood project was among those vetoed by the governor township seeks Deal on water moratorium Ironwood township is i willing to Trade an added $2,544 dollars a year for j support of the Carnegie i Library for an end to the Awater service moratorium. I if he City of Ironwood had asked an extra $3,445, or $900 i More than the latest offer. The City presently gets $2,256 a i ear. 4 i a the proposed Deal will be considered monday by the i Ironwood City commission. J a letter from township supervisor Thomas Christ Posen is offering $4,800 a year lab the new contract rather the requested $5,700, or wire tenths of a Mill on the townships property value Jon however it is a Contin a nth on a satisfactory water agreement. I the matter was put on the Agenda by City manager Rudolph Mikulich who also wrote Cletus Courchaine of the Michigan department of Public health s division of water Supply asking him to attend the 7 30 meeting and give guidance. Mikulich said is was not advisable for other governmental agencies to fund $1.5 million for township water in the City a Well Fields. The potential danger the manager pointed out is unplanned sprawl in the township which May be endangering the water Supply. The remainder of the Agenda is Brief calling for approval of $6,814 in fees and partial payments for the Ironwood plastics Plant and a status report on the building a proclamation on the 61st anniversary of the american legion by mayor Alfred Wright the february fire department report and status report on the ice rink Grant. Mercer housing project planned Mercer wis. A Mercer will receive two housing complexes in 1980, it was announced. They will consist of a 16-unit pm will improve factories Atlanta a general motors corp. Says it is embarking on a five year Hoo million remodelling plan to build smaller cars at the automaker s Atlanta area Assembly plants. A we will have to make such substantial changes that it will take time to get a More efficient newer better a Quality system a pm a executive vice president Roger Smith said wednesday. Smith was in Atlanta for a Day Long series of programs f6r local business leaders and pm shareholders. Auto production is Atlanta s biggest Industry. Pm retooled the Atlanta Lakewood Plant two years ago to produce the subcompact Chevetta. Smith said that in View of the recent Lakewood improvements the bulk of the changes would be made at suburban Doraville which builds midsize cars including the Oldsmobile Cutlass. Cutlass sales were so Strong recently that pm added a 2 300-employee night shift Smith noted. Officials to saudi Arabia Washington a a four Man group of Justice i department officials is headed for saudi Arabia As part of a 24-year-old investigation of International Oil a companies. The group left thursday headed by associate attorney it Jeneral John Shenefield the third ranking official in the department. The four Are expected Back next week but Justice department official reclined to say who they will Yenei or what they will do in i amp udi Arabia. Antitrust envision spokesman Mark Neehan said the investigation sofas opened in mid-1977 and a corals with the pricing and a marketing of crude Oil from the persian Gulf. Settlement Day meeting Stannard township we be held on monday March 17, at 7 . Meeting at the fire Hall in Bruce crossing. All claims against Stannard township should be filed at this time for payment in preparation of ending the fiscal year. Preliminary budgets including proposed use for Federal Revenue sharing monies will a get reviewed at this time. Alce Liana to in shop clerk senior citizen apartment and an 8-unit family apartment. The Developer for the project is m amp s enterprises Madison and the project has been secured through the efforts of the Mercer housing authority according to Roland Kannenberg chairman. The project is being constructed for a total Cost of $665,000. Funding for the project is being provided by the Farmers Home administration Omha. Subsidies will be provided permitting rents to be 25 percent of the tenants income said Kannenberg. The senior citizens apartment will be located on a site along Highway 51 Between the Lakeland state Bank and the Iron county Highway shop. The property is being purchased from Jerry Walters. The family apartment will be located on a site behind the new water Tower and the Zion lutheran Church. The property is being purchased from Arnold Saarnio. Construction is expected to Start in May. Tonight s activities a concert of Folk music will be presented by Sally Rogers East Lansing at 8 at theatre North sponsored by the North country Folk festival committee. Monday s activities the Iron county Highway committee will meet at 4 . In the Highway department office Hurley. A Foster Parent training class will be held at 7 . At the department of social services Bessemer. This is the first in a series of six classes. The go Gebic county associated Chambers of Commerce will meet at 7 30 . In the Extension office Ironwood. The Presque Isle town Board will meat at 7 30 . At the town Hall Presque Isle wis. The Ontonagon Village Council will meet at 6 30 . In the township Hall Ontonagon. The Mercer chamber of Commerce will meet at 7 30 . At the High school at Mercer wis. The Boulder Junction Lions club will meet at 7 . At guides inn Boulder Junction wis. The Vilas county chamber of Commerce will meet at 7 30 . At the Arbor Vitae Woodruff cd office. The Northwest regional planning commission will meet at 4 . At St. John s lutheran chinch Phillips wis. A dinner will follow at 5 and the meeting will resume at 6. Registration and tuition negotiations for parents of students in Ironwood Catholic schools during the 1960-81 year will be held at 7 45 . At the Ironwood Catholic Grade school on Arch Street. Ski jumping at Wolverine John Kusz will be among local jumpers competing with the Midwest Stop competitors at Wolverine ski Hill sunday. The official United states event is in conjunction with the Central divisions highly acclaimed ski jumping Quot program in addition to the 50 meter jumping sunday at Wolverine a nordic combined event will be held which includes Cross country racing today on the Wolverine Trail and three official jumps by the nordic combined competitors sunday. A combined score of the two events determines the winners. Ski jumping starts at noon sunday. Daily Globe photo obituaries Arnold Hedstrom Arnold Hedstrom 65, 208 e. Coolidge died unexpectedly Friday night at grand View Hospital. Funeral arrangements Are pending at Nyberg Miller Paulsen funeral Home. Mrs. P. Gunderson Menominee mrs Paul r Gunderson 83, Menominee Ironwood native died this morning at Menominee county Lloyd memorial Hospital Here. Funeral services will be at la . Tuesday at Kell funeral Home Menominee. Mrs. Deweese Minocqua wis. Mrs. Marie Deweese 73, 510 Park ave., died at her residence March 5. Mrs. Deweese was born aug. 2, 1906 in Evansville ind. She was a 10-year resident. Her survivors Are one daughter Bettye Jane douse Man Louisville ky., three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The family is suggesting memorials to United Church of the Pines no services Are planned. Bolger funeral Home handled arrangements. Collision said minor a minor traffic Accident was investigated at an Ironwood intersection at 7 12 . Friday. High Snow Banks were a vision obstruction for 52-year-old Paul a. Kolesar of Wakefield it. I Ironwood police said. He was headed South on Lawrence St., stopped for the sign and then turned East onto Harding ave. Where his machine collided with a westbound erne. The other Driver was Darryl a. Johnson 34,213 w. Harding health screening ests available Bessemer an adult health screening program is offered by the Western upper Peninsula District health department through the Bessemer office. Testing includes blood tests for haemoglobin cholesterol creatinine uric acid and glucose blood pressure urinalysis and other simple procedures. An optional test for intestinal bleeding also is offered. Appointments May be made by telephoning the health department Telephone 667-0263. A Small fee is charged for tests. Riessen Victor Hartford Conn. A Marty Riessen stopped John Newcombe 6-1, 2-6, 6-4, to put the United states ahead 2-1 in the final world cup Tennis tournament. Sof a milk pot roast father prays for Only son s life grand rapids a Van thao Dinh who lost three sons at birth and one to illness before leaving Vietnam As one of thousands of a boat people a is an american now praying for the life of his last living Plant Bill passes test Washington a a Bill to pave the Way for Volkswagen to open an Auto Assembly Plant in a Detroit suburb has passed its second congressional test and could come to a House vote later this month. The measure sponsored by rep. Lucien Ned i d-mich., was approved thursday by the House armed services committee. The Bill Calls for the 2.1 million Square foot Michigan army missile Plant in Sterling Heights to be turned Over to the state. In return the state would construct two buildings for the army at a tank Plant four Miles South of Detroit. The missile Plant then would be sold or leased to Volkswagen for the Assembly operation. Nedzie a staff said he hoped the legislation could reach the House floor by the last week in March. Some members of the Ohio congressional delegation have vowed to fight the Bill. They wanted Volkswagen to put its Plant at a site in the Cleveland area. Taken on warrants a 20-year-old Ironwood Man was apprehended on warrants thursday by Ironwood police in a three month old parking meter theft. Arrested was Robert j Golombiski of 204 Bonnie St. He was set free later on a personal recognizance Bond. A Friday hearing was put off. Police said the warrants alleged two felony counts. Son. Ten year old Ngoc Minh Dinh was unconscious and in critical condition Friday at Blodgett medical Center in grand rapids from injuries received when he walked into the Side of a car As he headed to his school bus wednesday. He was with one of his four Sisters and was just 150 Yards from his Home in Ada when he waved to the approaching bus Driver turned to Cross the Street and walked into the passing car said Kent county authorities a this is his Only son left. He has High Hopes for the boy a said David Drake of Dinh his neighbor whom he helped Settle in the United states. A the thought his hard times were through when he left Vietnam. Now this Dinh who Speaks no English spends his time at his songs bedside when he is not asleep on a cot in the Hospital x Ray room. He is wary of hospitals since one son died in Vietnam after receiving an injection from a doctor Drake said. A the doctors assured him though that things Are different Here and that he is getting the Best of medical care a Drake said. Many residents of Dinho a tiny Community Are maintaining the Hospital Vigil with him. Some have met him at a bilingual school he attends in the morning or at a school where he works afternoons As a janitor. The refugee father who left Vietnam with his wife Thi hat and son after the fall of the Saigon government in 1975, was robbed five times by pirates and left the country without a map or Compass they finally made it to an Island refugee Camp. From there his family got to America to Start a new life. A a we be been very close to them trying to gradually develop their Trust and help them learn the ways of this country a said brakes wife Pat. A they have All been coming along so beautifully. Set wic program meetings monday women infants and children wic supplemental food program personnel will meet with wic participants monday by appointment in the Northwest Wisconsin Community services office 606 third ave., Hurley and at the Mercer wis., Community building. For further information persons May Call the Hurley office Telephone 561-3333, or Mercer 476-2368. Marijuana arrests made Wakefield two Appleton men and two other persons were apprehended Friday night for Possession of controlled substances. Wakefield police also arrested a woman on the charge in a separate investigation. Curtis Yaeger and Reed Beu Tow were apprehended for Possession of marijuana pills and paraphernalia and freed on Bond. The other two persons in the party were bonded out on open Container of Beer charges. Another Wisconsin person Brenda quam of Superior also was released on Bond for marijuana Possession. Woodruff Board meets monday Woodruff wis. The Woodruff town Board will meet monday at 7 . In the Board room of the Woodruff Community Center. The meeting is called to interview applicants for the police department according to Evelyn Lee town clerk. I j did you know that Northwest Wisconsin Cep serves the economically disadvantaged the unemployed the underemployed and members of special target groups sunday Only March 9 a 10 . To 12 noon Only potato Rols it dozen Range land briefs Board to meet the Hurley school Board will meet tuesday at 4 15p.m. At the High school cafeteria. It will be the initial meeting with negotiating committee of the Iron county Public employees local Union no. 728. A proposal will be presented and the Calendar will be set for future meetings. Set Hurley clinic immunization clinics Are scheduled tuesday in the Hurley school District system. The clinic for preschool children will Start at the South Side school at 9 30 a in. And run to to the diphtheria tetanus whooping cough immunization for infants and preschool children and diphtheria tetanus immunization for persons Over six will be available. The polio vaccine will be offered for infants two months of age and older. A vaccine combining red measles German measles and mumps is available for children 15 months to 12 years. The combined measles rubella Plain measles and mumps vaccine will be available for children who have had one or the other previously. It is the second of three immunizations this year. Parents Are requested to Check immunization records of their Chil Dren. Questions regarding the schedule of immunizations will be answered at 561-2191. Meeting in Marenisco Marenisco a the Marenisco township Board meeting scheduled for monday has been postponed until wednesday March 12, at 7 . At the town Hall Marenisco. Meeting on tuesday the first american heritage Protection Council will meet tuesday at 7 . In room 305 at go Gebic Community College a lecture on Indian Art and folklore will be presented Boulder Junction briefs town Board to meet Boulder Junction wis. A the town Board of Boulder Junction will meet tuesday March 18, at 7 30 at the Community building. The Agenda will include opening of bids for a new dump truck. Because of the election the town Board meeting will be monday March 31 at 7 30p.m. The Agenda will be posted and will include the preparation of the Agenda for the annual town meeting which is scheduled for tuesday april 15, 7 30 . At the Community building. Cribbage cribbage scores Laurie Gasper first Marion Gasper second and Loren Swinford third How i lowered my real estate taxes 13% for More information Call 906-575-3577 after 5 . Bingo returns monday March 10th 6-.45p.m. At the Ironwood memorial building sponsored by Ironwood Catholic schools sunday special a q in Swiss Steak 7 Pinaire cafe fish Fry Evary Friday Are . I am-8 pm mom Mam saturday 6 am-2 pm sunday 8 am-2 pm Hua ious free parking 216 eat Cloverland Ina Wood opa 7 Days a week 932-3090 . 2 r0nw000 frat parking h . 2 merchant store hours Mon. Tira sat. 9 . To mdm6ht sundays 9 . To 6 . Legionnaires of the following american legion posts. Wakefield Post 11 Bessemer Post 27 Ironwood Post 5 Marenisco Post 523 Watersmeet Post 417 Hurley Post 58 join with morons of their flew members in a Globe Celebration of the legions 61st birthday during ii. The american legion was founded March 15-17, 1919, at a meeting in Paris France attended by representatives of the various outfits of the american expeditionary Force of world War i. The organization has since opened its ranks to veterans of world War la the korean War and the Vietnam War. From its modest beginning in 1919, the legion has grown inter an organization of 2.7 million War veterans belonging to nearly 16,000 posts throughout the United states cd in Many parts of the free world. As part of its preparation for the 61st anniversary Observance posts 11, 27, 5, 523, 417 and 58 Are putting the final touches on its 1980 membership Campaign they remind eligible veterans in go Gebic county that american legion growth and accomplishment con be attributed to a simple phrase that is this year s theme Quot we help american membership in the american legion gives the Veteran an Opportunity to respond and become involved with the needs of the Community the state cd the notion through the legion s moly and varied service membership workers of All posts have been conducting an intensive program of personal Contact to invite eligible veterans to become a port of the Post s local programs

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