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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Ironwood, Michigan The Ironwood daily Globe Ironwood my wednesday May 30,1990 Page 3 still Ine doors mystery capital improvement fund established in Bessemer August Kavinsky Augusta v. Kavinsky 94, Iron Wood died tuesday in Wakefield. The former Augusta v. Zandi was born dec. 2, 1895 in Italy daughter of the late Paul and Paula Zandi. She came to Montreal wis. When she was 11 months old and attended Hurley schools. She lived in Ironwood until the late 1950s when she moved to Antigo wis. And then to Milwaukee. She was a member of our lady of peace Catholic Church. On sept. 24, 1920 she was married to James p. Kavinsky at the St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Ironwood by the late msgr. . Moriarty. He preceded her in death on nov. 15,1977. Survivors include two sons James p. Kavin of Jacksonville Fla. And William Kavin of Downers Grove i. A daughter Kathleen Girten of Ironwood five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a grandson s. Jeffery Girten in 1981. Services will be held saturday at 11 . At the our lady of peace Catholic Church the Rev. Norbert Landreville officiating. Entombment will be in the Wisconsin memorial Park in Brook Field wis. Visitation will be held at the Mckevitt Patrick funeral Home Ironwood from 9 30 to 10 45 on saturday. Lucy Ruppert Beloit wis. Lucy j. Ruppert 77, Beloit formerly of Mercer died tuesday at Beloit. She was born feb. 25, 1913 in Couderay wis., daughter of the late Joseph and Emma b. Gui bord Batties. She married Theodore s. Ruppert in Hayward. He preceded her in Dath on Jan. 23,1990. She was employed at the Freeman shoe company and the Admiral corporation in Harvard hi., retiring in 1973. She was a member of St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church ii Reserve wis. Survivors in chide three s on a Raymond of Beloit George of Spring Valley hi., and Gordon of Beloit seven grandchildren six great grandchildren a brother Ira Batties of Minneapolis and two Sisters Hazel gouge of Minneapolis and Adeline Rothen Berger of South St. Paul Minn. She was preceded in death by a grandson Randy Ruppert and two Sisters Marjorie and Elizabeth. Services will be held Friday at 10 . At Daley Murphy Wisch and associates Chapel 816 a grand Avenue in Beloit the Rev. Richard Lenarz officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery Bayfield wis. Visitation will be held thursday from 7 to 9 . At the Chapel with a 7 . Rosary service. 3 injured in Accident three persons were injured in a 11 42 . Tuesday Accident on Highway 51 in the town of Carey. The Accident occurred a few Miles South of Hurley at the Knight Road intersection. Iron county deputies report a vehicle driven by Mark Gucinski 30, Superior was travelling on Highway 51 and he had the right of Way when a truck driven by James Kaseno 28, 602 e. Oak St., Ironwood struck the Gucinski vehicle. Kaseno was stopped at a Stop sign and he did not see the other vehicle before proceeding into the intersection. Kaseno a vehicle struck the Gucinski vehicle near the Enterline deputies report. Kaseno and a passenger in vehicle 4-year-old Daniel Kaseno received head injuries. Gucinski received a trunk injury according to the Accident report. All three injured persons were transported to grand View Hospital. A Deputy said they were treated and released. Kaseno was issued a ticket for j failure to yield right of Way. A wrecker was dispatched to the scene at 11 48 . The Highway department was i called out at 12 15 . To repair the shoulder of the Highway. Oiva Jarvi Oak Park Iii. Oiva a. Tap Jarvi died May 15 at Oak Park. He was born in Salvia Finland. As a child he came to the United states with family. They lived in the Ironwood and Hurley areas for several years. He attended local schools and graduated from the , Murphy High school. He also attended go Gebic Community College. He served Over four years in the . Army during world War ii most of that time in the South Pacific. Or. Jarvi lived adult life in the Chicago and Oak Park areas and worked for the Chicago health department until retirement. He is survived by a sister mrs. Gerald Vienna Watson of Boyn ton Beach Fla. And a brother Veikko Jarvi Ironwood and Florida. He was preceded in death by parents de and Sofia Jam and three Brothers Sulo of Iron Wood Viotto of Esko Minn and Aimo of Mcallen Tex. A memorial service was held May 27 at the third unitarian Church Chicago. Cremation has taken place. David Fahrenbach Haslett Mich. David a. Fahrenbach 54, died in Haslett. He was born in Ironwood the son of Hazel Korwaski. He graduated from the St. Ambrose High school and the University of Wisconsin Superior. He served in the army during the korean War. For 23 years he was the athletic director and a teacher at the Morrice High school in East Lansing. He taught for a total of 28 years in East Lansing he was a member of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in East Lansing and the vow Post 4098 of Haslett. He was married to the former Mary Ann Ruppe. She survives. Also surviving Are two daughters or. Colleen Fahrenbach of East Lansing and Phyllis j. Fahrenback of Haslett Mother Hazel of Ironwood two Brothers Lester of California and Stanley Borawski of Lansing a sister june Wolf of Duluth a Niece two nephews and numerous cousins. Services were held May 15 at 10 . At the St. Thomas Aquinas Church the Rev. Michael d. Murphy officiating. Palestinians attempt invasion Niz Anim Israel a palestinian guerrillas in speedboats today attempted to invade Israel near crowded Mediterranean beaches. The military said soldiers killed four raiders and captured 12. No israelis were reported killed or injured even though one of the six guerrilla speedboats came ashore a few Hundred Yards from a Busy Beac club. The raiders fought a Brief Battle with soldiers near the club witnesses said. By Jan Tucker Globe staff writer Ontonagon the answer to the origin of the mysterious gasoline smell which comes and goes at several Ontonagon Village buildings is no closer to being solved today than it was two months ago. Although the Village department of natural resources and state fire marshal s office have eliminated several possible origins Village manager Glen Anderson told the Village Council tuesday a positive source has not yet been found. The gasoline smell comes and goes in four buildings at . 45 and m-38, Mohar s bed and breakfast St. Paul lutheran Church Ontonagon township Hall and Cane funeral Home. Anderson said the smells have no pattern of time. It continues to be a mystery he said. Anderson said the fire marshal s office suspects the source is the Holiday station but pressure tests of two underground tanks and pipes have not proven that suspicion. Anderson said since Holiday plans to remove a third tank and have it replaced with a larger one the testing of that site will be done then. The problem Anderson added is that Federal Law requires a 30-Day waiting period from application to dig up the tank. Since the application was made May 22, it will be late in june before the tank and sur rounding ground is inspected he explained. Anderson said he tried to convince the fire marshal to take other soil brings around the station during the waiting time but was refused. Once the tank is dug out we will know if that is the source and if not brings and other tests of the site will be made he added. 1the ticker Edward d. Jones and co. David Riegler 932-3090 Abbot labs.74% amoco.53 am ox.24 vib at&t.42ya ameritoch.b3v-1 Beth. Steel.17% Champion int.30v chrysler.16 com. d&n.11 Dot. Edison.27 is Dow chem.64 i dupont.40mj exxon.47% first of amer.47va ford.47% gannett.40% Gen. Elec.6974 Gen. Motors.49v� goodyear.35% greyhound.28% Inland steel.33% ibm.119% it&t.56% Johnson cont,.27% kmart.347/fe ll&e.44 v la. Pacific.44% Mcdonald s.34% Mich. F.c.13% Mich. Nat.33% North. St. Pwr.36% Prim erica.33 promus.30v� pc penney.66% pentair.30 rockwell.27vfe sears.36% Soo line.21% Stone cont.20% super valu.27 tenneco.66 i to int.25 Union carbide.20v unisys.14% upjohn.39% . Power.25% . Steel.34vb westinghouse.35% wis. Energy corp.28% wis. Pub. Serv.21% xerox.48% Dow Jones Industrial average closed at 2,870.49 tuesday. The Village Council approved a millage rate of 14.5. That is the same rate in effect since 1986. The state equalized valuation of the Village Rose to nearly $28 million in 1990, nearly a $1 million increase Over 1989. Anderson reported a settlement has been made in the tax Appeal of Lake Shore incorporated and since the agreement reached Means the 1989 assessed value will remain the same the Village will be Able to use in its general fund $12,500 it set aside in Case of a loss. The Council commended the Ontonagon county historical society on historical signs which they built. Two of the signs Are in the Village. A sign will also be erected at . 45 and m-64 intersection indicating that it is the Start of the 1,300 Miles of . 45, which ends in Mobile Ala. As soon As the downtown development authority decides on a logo for the Village the Council agreed to seek funding for a Welcome sign. Skip Schultz representing the chamber of Commerce asked the Village to work on such signing noting that As a new resident the Lack of a Welcome sign was one of the first things he noticed. Schulz also discussed distribution of notices of free Coffee at the information Center for tourists. Anderson noted with no parking regulations police do not patrol parking on River Street and would not be available to distribute the Coffee tickets. The Council told Nancy Tyson of the Ontonagon Parent teachers association that funding has been included in its budget for continuation of the school crossing guard program at Ontonagon. Tyson said the funding of the program last year has made the streets safer for kids and thanked them for the service. In other action the Ontonagon Village Council approved a variance for Valerie and Mike Lind to construct a 24 by 24-foot garage on their property. Heard that police chief Tim Guzek has completed and been re certified at a radar training course. Adopted a Resolution of support for the Michigan technological University Bureau of Industrial development As the Community growth Alliance implementing Agency. Agreed to sell 1.24 acres of land in the Industrial Park to the North country snowmobile club for $1,240. Board meets thursday the Iron county Farmer s Market Board of directors will meet on thursday morning at in the Kimball Community Center. By Lisa Kallas Globe staff writer Bessemer a capital improvement fund is being established in the City of Bessemer to help with the costs of necessary improvements needed around the City. At last night s City Council budget workshop meeting it was decided to raise the water Rateb from $7 per month to $10 per month with the extra $3 going into the capital improvement fund. The firs t project to be started when there is enough Money in the fund will be the Johnson Road project. The Council voted to retain the sewer rate of $2.0756 per month and authorized the City manager to adjust Bessemer township s contract proportionately with the City s new changes. In other business the City Council lowered the monthly garbage collection rate by $1 voted that All tapping fees regardless of the age of the line will be $400 for water and sewer voted to consult with a Forest service planner and a Flower shop on the Type of plantings at the cemetery and also what the City can do for the landscaping and scheduled a special meeting for the truth and taxation hearing for monday june 11 at 6 . The next regular meeting will be held june 18. Ontonagon considers police staffing level by Jan Tucker Globe staff writer Ontonagon the Ontonagon Village Council must decide if it wants a full time or part time police officer added to its ranks after the resignation thursday of officer Donald Lee White. White who had worked for the Village for 14 years resigned and will join family downstate. The resignation leaves the Village police Force once at four to just police chief Tim Guzek. In discussing the situation with the Council tuesday Guzek volunteered to take the Midnight shift until the Issue is clarified. Village manager Glen Anderson said the Council could consider a part time officer for 8 16 hours per week but councilman James Klein said he Felt the Village needed a full time replacement to White. One police officer Jim Ritzman is currently on Lay off from the Village and is employed elsewhere. The police commission met following the session and agreed to advertise for a part time officer to exp Dice the search if the Council decides to go the part time route. A recommendation of some sort will be made to the Council at the next meeting Village manager Glen Anderson said. The Council received a letter from state rep Bart Stupak a Menominee following a letter of support from the Village to a Mead proposal for a paper Mill in Ontonagon county. Stupak added that Mif Mead can meet or exceed All state and Federal environmental standards i do not know Why the Mill could not be built. With Mead in my current legislative District i would encourage the siting process to look favourably on the Ontonagon county site a letter from Burnell Roberts. Chairman of chief executive officer for Mead indicated appreciation for the Village endorsement of a Mead project. He cautioned however that i do not however want to mislead you or the Community and must restate that we Are looking at other Sites in addition to Ontonagon. The support of All of you is of course very important in our determination he added. For the record police reports Iron county wis. Four youngsters who were camping in the Manitowash River Access Road area near Mercer reported a shooting incident to the Iron county sheriffs department. The boys aged 11 to 13, said a Man in 20s apparently took a shot at a Duck in the River. When one of the youngsters called to a the shooter and told Duck \ season was t open a hot was fired near one of the boys striking a tree. The incident occurred around 10 30 . Monday. The youngsters said the shooter appeared to be intoxicated. Deputies Are investigating. Nearby campers said Many shots were fired Over the weekend in the area. About $564 was stolen from lockers at the Eagle Bluff Golf course according to a tuesday morning report received by Hurley police. Sherry Romanowski clubhouse manager reported the theft around 8 . Evidence obtained from the scene has been taken to the state crime Laboratory for analysis. A. Gama Means safety. 9.40% Means smart. The Abelman company i _ 4 5 v v i i v Ginnie Maes government National mortgage association securities Are a smart alternative for your serious savings dollars. They offer dependable income every month plus peace of mind every Day because they re guaranteed by the . 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