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WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1963. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN NINETEEN 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Want-Ad* Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rate First Three Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90e Way to Raise Ready Cash •_•_ _ _ * 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS reeclYcd between I a.m. to 8:00-Dally. Saturday until noon. No Want-Adi accepted for aame day Insertion or cancellation ' after 9:00 a.m. on week-dayi or alter 0:00 a.m. OB Saturdays. Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS tn the City of tronwood which are taken by phone'are accepted with the understanding that they will be paid tor within one week. Out-of-town ada are payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-tiine 8c 6%c 3-tim«s lie lOc 6-times 17c 16c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow cash rate when paid within one week after expiration. GROUP of figures count as one word. Each Initial Is considered game as word. Example: Phone 932-2211 two words 11R E. McLeod .... three words Write Box 72 Globe .. four words A. B. Smith & Co. five words Order for 6 days—cancel anytime. Charges at rate earned. Local Classified Display Per Ineh $2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash Rale 1 3 6 Minimum 1.00 Day 35 words 1.00 16 words 1.07 17 words 1.13 18 words 1.20 19 words ..... 1)27 words .....' 1.33 20 25 words 1.67 30 words 2.00 Days Days 1.50 2.40 1.60 2.56 1.70 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.50 3.00 2.72 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live such as home, apartment, flat, room, should begin with the street and numbers; used car with make of car: employment with kind of work; business service with particular kind of work done, etc. Ads so starting, arranged alphabetically, come first in classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates allow full description at small cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding It may be edited re-arranged to suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. ERRORS In advertising should be reported immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. EMPLOYMENT- Help-Male or Female 34 BOOKKEEPER wanted. Experienced, preferred, full time. Apply Mllaveti Auto Co. Ask for Archie Kennedy. 37 Situations Wanted-Male WILL DO ROTO-TILLING . . . flower or vegetable tardens. Call Rodney Asunto, phone 932-0490. FINANCIAL- Business Opportunities 47 WELDING AND BLACKSMITH shop for 'sale—Wakcticld—fully equipped. Call 224-8206 after .3:30. Money to Loan 51 NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM 218 S. Suffolk Phone 932-5100 OUR 38TH YEAR ON THE RANGE LIVESTOCK- Dogs, Pets, Supplies 53 SIAMESE KITTENS for sale. Phone 932-0325. HOME AND BUSINESS- Artleles for Sole 71 SMALL SERVEL gas refrigerator good condition — $50. Phone 663-4067. 2-WHEEL TRAILER—$20. Kitchen Incinerator—$20. Baby bassinet — $4. Inquire at 101 East Oak. Building Materials 74 4'x8'-l/4" Masonite Hardboard $1.78 each LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY Baby Merchandise 72 BABY PLAY PEN, teeter babe, walker. Phone 561-5B76. Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Morrlweather. Mich. Give Away 80 FARM AND GARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 FARMALL SUPER C, wide front with 2-bottom plow, spring tooth drag and 7-ft tandem disk like new FOHD TRACTOR SALES & SERVICE FRANK MILES & SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. 561-4578 FURNITURE - APPLIANCES, Bedding ROVELL & COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan FRAZER ROTO-T1LLER and attachments — S250. Phone 667-2202. 110 Alquist Street, Bessemer. HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS & COMPANY Ironwood, Michigan ROVELSKY Phone 932-1830 See us for Sta-Rite Water Pumps and Service WE'RE REGISTERED with Wisconsin State Board of Health RANGE CO-OP SERVICES Hurley Phone 661-3444 ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10, 1909 7:30 p.m. Erwood H. Sladc. W.M. John W. Best. Scc'y. Lost and Found LOST: WOMAN'S GLASSES — Black frames, rhinestone trim, in Hurley, Friday, Reward. Ph. 932-1653 after 6 Announcements 10 RUMMAGE SALE—Friday, May 21. 9 lo 12. First Presbyterian Church, Ironwood. Clothing, other articles. RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday, Mey 22— Bethany Covenant Church, Marquette Street—starting at 8 a.m. SERVICES- Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS, 832.2112 local or long distance moving via ATLAS VAN .LINES 1 used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/ANGLE DOZER. Completely overhauled. New rails St new rollers. 1 used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/angle DOZER. Needs some repair. HAUTANEN 'MFLEMENT CO. Cloverland ' Dr. Ph. 832-4302 Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 61 MANURE for gardens. $1 per pickup truck or trailer load. \\ ml. N. of Scotly's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-6451. MANURE for gardens ic lawns — by bushel or load. Pick up or we deliver. JOHN TROJAHN — Ph. 93Z-4635. Fruits and Vegetables 62 Load Flowers & Fresh Produce from Minneapolis just arrived PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 561-4252 Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 Clematis THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VINE of all—now in. stock Range Lawn &: Garden Shop -(RANGE FLOUR & FEED STORE) Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 Popular Varieties of EVERGREENS- POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM Bring your Memorial Day planters to WALTER SUL1IN GREENHOUSE 1 mi. S. of Norrie Park HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 BABY BUGGY, stroller, .lumping chair, training chair, play pen—good condition—$20. Boy's sport coat (size 19! —S10. 123 South Curry. BED, MATTRESS and gpring for sale. Cheap. Phone 932-0875. DRY POP COOLER, also movie camera. Phone 932-3275 or 932-4412. 25 TV, Radio Service MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial 032-0510 Evenings Dial 932-3124 ' ~Mike~Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES '& models Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted—Female 32 CHAMBERMAID or Cabin girls. Work at Deer Park Lodge. Wages, room and board—bonus and tips. Begin immediately work until October. Do not apply if you're under 18 years old. Contact Mr. Epstein, Deer Park Lodge, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin. GOOD NATURED WOMAN wanted for simple cooking and general work. Character reference required. Please write or phone collect—Mrs. John Adams, 1320 Elm Tree Road. Lake Forest, Illinois, 60045. Phone 312-234-2972. If It's QUALITY you want, It's Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. Ph. 561-522! INNERSPRING MATTRESS—full size, clean—coilspring. Golf cart with bai —like new. Phone 932-2084. For a VERY LOVELY GIFT China Florals Special - 4.95 John Albert, Jeweler Kresge Bldg. Ironwood FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Counter -Top Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 Help Wanted-Male 33 EXPERIENCED MECHANIC — Full time. Fringe benefits. See Charles Suzik, C Se L Auto Service. Ironwood. MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Wanted Experience required in supervision and maintenance of: •Boilers •Power Transmissions •Hydraulics Permanent position. Wage commensurate with ability. Send complete resume to: Attention: Mr. R. Maxwell PLANT ENGINEER Wynnewood Products Co. Antigo, Wisconsin All applications will be held confidential. MAN—general outside work. Must be over 21. Start at once through October. Write or call and give full particulars to: Maple Grove Resort, Lac Vieux Desert, Land O' Lakes, Wisconsin. '65 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES and Young Men Interested In learning trade, please send this ad and personal qualifications to Saginaw Glass Company, 2823 Bay Road. Saginaw, Michigan. Attention: Mr. James Jot- wlak. YARD AND GENERAL Maintenance Men: Work at Deer Park Lodge, be- Ein immediately. Room, board plus wages. Contact Mr. Epstein, Deer Park Lodge, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin. WANTED: .KXPEIt IKNC'KD pulp cut- tors to in.*'- 1 ! .iiul t-ut poplar, By the Jileci. Call 224-4781. 4-PIECE BEDROOM suite: vanity, bed chest of drawers, bench. Also refri gcrator. Call 224-8931. PORTABLE TV in A-l condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-3082. 1960 OIL HEATER — Coronado. Phone 932-0432. RA-PID-GRO soluble plant food — for roses, flowers. vegetables, trees, shrubs, etc. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd 6 SCREEN WINDOWS 124x48), 6 storm windows (24x48). Wooden door canopy —good condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-1854, 5 to 7 p.m TOASTMASTER WATER HEATER — 52-gal . . . good condition—$30 Used inside doors. Phone 932-0746 after 5. ANY PERSON who has anything to give away and docs not offer or attempt lo offer any other things for sale, may place an ad In this column. Must be IN WRITING with name, address and phone number. There Is no charge to the advertiser. 9 CUTE COLLIE PUPS—4 weeks old. Call Wakefleld 224-1631. Household Articles 81 JARPETS clean easier with the Blue Lustre Electric Slwimpoocr, only $1 per day. Gertz Furniture Co.. Irwd. Hurley furniture 8t Appliance. , You'll love the new •Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever! Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Tronwood Ph. B.'!2-0300 Machinery and Tools 83 Homelite Chain Saws A MODEL for EVERY sawyer's NEED BINGO k SON GARAGE Wakefield Phone 229-5212 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES «c SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7581 Musical Merchandise 84 More Used Records just arrived — Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT — Ph. 932-3211 TV, Radio, Supplies 86 $100 Off on COLOR TV (Free home demonstration i Gambles — Ironwood Refrigerators, Ice Boxes 87 used Refrigerators • Cleaned and sanitized • One year guarantee • Large selection ELLOS APPLIANCE — Irwil. Specials at the Stores 89 Ironwood BONUS DAYS Thurs. - Fri. - Sat, Register for FREE $10 Gift Certificates (one each day) NOTHING TO BUY . . . NO OBLIGATION Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. K32-0401 Quality Camera Kits AS 'LOW AS 9.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 932-3901 Stoves, Furnaces, Parts Used BLOWERS—STOKERS—OIL Burners — FURNACES — Oil Tanks. KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora St. Ph. 932-2130 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES, TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. H32-090: CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, of flee Machines. GEORGE G. SEMEN AK 624 Leonard St. Ph. 832-3752 Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your \house n«ed OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663-4243 Cor free estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING It PAINTING CO. UM our payment plan Wonted to Buy 98 Copper Wire, Batteries — l.SO Highest price* for all' other scrap. RICE AUTO Phone 932-0900 TIZZY—By Eate Osann AUTOMOTIVE- Boots, Motors, Accessories See us before you BUY THAT BOAT Ironwood Auto Mart Marine Hiway U.S.-2 Phone 932-0710 "I can't enjoy a blind date. I always feel that if he were worth dating, he'd be out with somebody else!" RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 IRONWOOD—2 bedroom, duplex apartment. Separate utilities—oil furnace, garage. Adults only. 236 E. Michigan. NORTHSIDE—large 5 room duplex 12 bedrooms), hot water heat, oil furnace, garage. Inquire 1017 N. Lowell, Phone 932-3187. Apartments, Furnished 109 BESSEMER—two apartments—3 rooms, 2 rooms—bath, hot water, heat, all conveniences. Phone 667-2182. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood, 932-2138. Houses for Rent 114 715 LEONARD STREET—4 rooms and bath., full basement. Phone 932-5587. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 120 222 BONNIE STREET — 4 bedroom home, new oil furmicc, 2 complete baths, extra lot. Phone 932-3616. Completely Fascinating 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW with" built- in gin-age. Choice corner, close in on the Northside. Inspection by appointment. A. Lieberthal & Son, Realtor GILE—Cozy, 2 bedroom bungalow. Oil furnace, carpeted living room. 54,600. HOWARD HARDIE. Realtor Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 IRON BELT—3 bedroom home, completely remodeled, oil furnace. Reasonable. Phone 581-4429. IRWD. TWP. Mod. Ctry. home (4 bdrms.l 10 acres, good barn, dblc. garage, fair price. Sec C.C, KEETON, Jr.—Real Estate broker Irwd. Ph. 932-1912 or -3452 RAMSAY—NEW LOCATION — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace. Phone 667-4392. 827 W. PABST—near high school — spacious home — 2 fireplaces, Hi baths, full basement, 2 large lots, garage. Reasonable. Phone 932 2178. SILVER CITY — modern, 3-bcdroom home, 1-story, attached garage, carpeting, other extras. J. W. HUSS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Jim Muss—Ph. 932-2026 Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3602 REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE- Houses for Sole 120 IRONWOOD—257 Northland Ave. 2 bed room modern home, carpeting, oi furnace, cabinets. Well-kept thiouKh out. Inquire above address after 4. Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE • MOTEL — Wakcfleld • Hiway U.S.-2 frontage EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer AUTOMOTIVE- Accessories, Tires, Parts 128 TWO USED TRAILER TIRES — 4,80/4.00x8. See Fr. Bonncprlse. Phone 561-2606. Mobile Homes 130 FREE Color TV WITH ANY 12' wide PURCHASE IN THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes • Factory Homes •Travel Trailers SPECIAL: 10 x 50 Njew-83495 $350 down, $54 per month Open Sundays, Weekdays 9 til B Drive over mid see our selection of quality homes Northland Mobile Homos Dial 682-6097 Ashland. Wl« See the pre-built TOWN HOUSE by Rollohomc (24 x 361 on display SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 561-488 Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 BOAT 10' Jon Boat 12' Jon Boat . . 14' Jon Boat 12' Semi "V" Boat 14' Sony "V" Boat 14' Big Fisherman . 28 HP, OB Motor . 45 HP, OB Motor . 14* Runabout 15' Runabout SPECIALS Wns B9.05 109.35 . . 129.35 159.05 219.95 299.85 549.95 649.95 549.95 349.00 WE TRADE SEARS. ROEBUCK and Ironwood NOW (.9.00 1)9.00 99.00 129.95 189.95 349.00 399.00 499.00 .199.00 599.00 CO. SPRING PLANNING TIME IS HERE If you arc the least bit interested In buying a home. This is It- 406 GREENBUSH ST. 3 bedroom. Fine family home For choice locations and quality properties, see our large selection. SAGE fc WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood 15-FT. CROWLINE BOAT—fiberglass Steering equipment, lights, 35-horse power Evinrudc motor, trailer. Newman's Cabins, Cisco Lake. Phone 906-358-4477, Watersmcct. 131 Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 848 JEEP WITH PLOW. Good tires. Enori condition. Phone 667-9641. Can be seen at C & M Oil, Bessemer. 1960 CHEVY 4WD PICKUP '4 ton. 4-specd trains. dump platform & snow plow ,OW MILEAGE. EXCELLENT SHAPE CENTURY CHEVROLET— Jeep dealer Wakefleld Phone 229-5531 New and Used Cars 134 A-l used Car I960 Ford Galaxie 4-door — 8-cyl. Stand, trans. Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone H67-5171 Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Le Lchre 2-clr. 1963 Le Sabre 4-clr. 1961 Invicta 2-dr. Hardtop 1961 Le Sabre - 2-dr. 1959 Le Sabre - 2-dr. Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC - CMC DEALER 237 E. Aycr Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 1958 CHEVROLET 6—stick, new paint, real sharp. Contact Ken Heczko. Lahtt Chevrolet or call 932-1353 after 5. 1900 CHEVROLET—Recent paint job. First $650 takes It. Phone 932-5998. 1962 CHEVY Impala V-B hardtop, stick. Like new. Call 932-1673 after 5 p.m. 1958 CHEVY 2 DOOR HARDTOP B-cyl. See RALPH ALLENDER Ph. 932-0306 1964 Rambler 2-door Stand, trans. 8-cyl. LIKE NEW CONDITION C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 Bt Douglas Phone 932-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT 19S5 SUPER-88 OLDSMOBILE—perfect condition, clean. One owner car. Red's Pasty Shop. Wukefield, Mich. '62 Volkswagen Sedan Radio, green finish, low mileage CLEAN! Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 932-1101 Volkswagen Trade-In '64 Chevrolet Impala Sports Coupe Automatic, V-8 steering and brakes Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Phone B32-0710 Ironwood JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR — 40 Horsepower, electric starling — half price. Call Bcrgland 2771. Model A Aluma Craft 14-ft. — Ideal fishing boat — Reg. 292.50-Spec. $259 SMEETII SPTG. GOODS TURN YOUR SURPLUS FURNITURE into caah. A for tale ad will help do It. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.65 Copper & Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jessieville Phone 83^-9830 WANTED: Used house trailer—20' to 30' length. Write: Arnold S;<arnlo, Route 1, Box 228-A, Hamburg, Wisconsin. WOULD LIKE TO BUY: Used 2 x 6's. or 2 x 8's. Phone 932-4536. THERE ARE MANY ANTIQUE: lovers stiU in circulation. They would like old pieces of furniture you no longer want Use a Want-Ad offerlni «ucb article* for «ale. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ironwood BONUS DAYS Thursday — Friday — Saturday 1 Table Gift Items -HALF-PRICE Ideal for Wedding Gifts! Spinnerin Frostlon ^S Special 1.29 Bernat Knitting Worsted % Special 1.19 Register for Free $10 Gift Certificate One Each Day — Nothing To Buy, No Obligation Beth Perry Gift and Yarn Shop Seaman Bldg. Phone 932-4121 j It's BIG! It's COLOSSAL! BONUS DAYS Thursday - Friday - Saturday SAVE AN EXTRA $5 on MATTRESSES $10 on SOFAS $15 on 2-Pc. SUITES $5 on Hot Water Heaters (Gas or Electric) $10 on BEDROOM SETS $10 on SLEEPERS Other Savings Throughout the Store Come In, Save On Thursday, Friday, Saturday BONUS DAYS D & B Freight Sales Your Red Fox Store in Ironwood and Ashland Downtown on McLeod Phone 932-4512 EASY TERMS FREE DELIVERY We're overstocked We must move these STATION WAGONS •1963 Ford «1959 Chevy •1962 Ford »1958 Kamb'lei •1961 Chevy •1957 Chevy •1960 Rambler «1956 Ford •1959 Plymouth* 1956 Buick •1957 Oldsmobile Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER • JEEP Ironwood Phone 932-5200 Bessemer Phone 667-882 State Celebrates Livelihood Day LANSING (AP) Michigai turns special attention today to its product of the year and agricultural development of the year—and all its other products and developments that provide jobs and payrolls. This is "Our Livelihood Day" of the 12th annual Michigan Week. Livelihood Day Chairman Osmund Kelley of Flint says Michigan attracted international at- OCR ANCESTORS—By Quincy "That's right, I am a highwayman! Now give me one lor the road!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal China Beach Is Coney Island Of War in South Viet Nam By HAL BOYLE CHINA BEACH, South Viet Nam (AP)—The Coney Island of the Vietnamese war is China Beach. It is here the troops come for a refreshing dip in the soft and sibilant surf of the South China Sea whenever they get a break in their battle duties. The atmosphere of the place is almost unbelievable. In a way it is better than Coney Island, because the water looks cleaner and you can walk for miles without stepping on an orange peel. China Beach is a long curve of hot sand dominated at one end by Monkey Mountain and at the other end by Marble Mountain. We own Monkey Mountain and atop it are the radar installations guarding the vast Da Nang tention days. even back in pioneer "The richness and diversity of this state's opportunities for gaming a livelihood have been j three years, Janet Wisber, four exceptional as far ^back ^as his-j years, Donna Duchan, four " '—"- " "-- years, Reta Alden, one year, Richard Allen, two years, Mark Whitley, one year, Stephen Richet t a, two years, and Char 1 e s Fairfield, one year. The boys and girls then went to the 4-H County Achievement Day held May 1 at the Ironwood Theatre. Judith McKenzie was tory goes, accounting for the fact that great nations fought for these peninsulas for centuries," said Kelly. Trying to retain world interest, the State Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring world trade seminars today in Saginaw, Muskegon and Flint. Major speakers will include busi- i chosen to model at the U. P. ness leaders who participated in i State Fair in Escanaba, and the recent 10-day business—hunting tour of Europe, "Operation Europe." Another similar seminar was I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Da'hl have airbase from which our planes roar off on missions. The area around Marble Mountain is off limits to the troops because of Viet Cong activity. I went to the beach on a recent Sunday with two veteran Air Force sergeant friends — John C. Golueke of Kansas City, Mo., and Jim Stroud of Doniphan, Mo. Both worked long hours and welcomed having an afternoon off. The beach has almost as many small kids on it as grains of sand, and if you are wise you pay them protection money. We paid one small one to guard our Jeep, and another one to watch over our clothes while we were in the water. Then we picked a partly shaded spot in front of the Rang- Dong bar, where you can buy native beer and sandwiches. There were hundreds of Americans and Vietnamese at the beach. Some of the Vietnamese wore white fedora-type bamboo hats, and had an oddly formal look as they bobbed up and down in the water. Trucks unloaded scores of Marines who had been on combat patrols in the heat-seared hills for days. They ran into the surf like crazed prospectors seeing a desert mirage. There also were a number of pretty local belles clad in skimpy bikinis. Whenever they entered the water they were soon surrounded by whooping Marines who showed off like small boys by splashing each other and standing on their hands. After a swim we stretched out in our chairs and as a warplane throbbed past in the peaceful sky, Jim said: "Everything about the war seems unrealistic. Take this place. The guerrillas' are close enough to lob an artillery shell on this beach if they wanted to — but they haven't." Some women and children peddlers surrounded us with bargains in withered pineapples and marble statues of Buddha. I forked over $1.50 for one of the Sandra Natzke and Richard Al- i Buddhas because he resembled new members—former Detroit Tiger outfielder Leon (Goose) Goslin, Hamtramck tennis, coach Mrs. Jean Hoxie, and the late George Lavigne—known as The Saginaw Kid—who was lightweight boxing champion from 1896 to 1899. Achievement Day Held At Marenisco School MARENISCO — The 4-H Achievement Day was held in the Marenisco High School Auditorium on April 28. Watersmeet and Marenisco combined their dress review with 90 boys and girls participating. N i us winners were chosen from each of the schools. The Marenisco winners were Sandra Natzke, s i x years, Judith McKenz i e, len won county honors. All were presented a dress revue pin. scheduled for Thursday in Kalamazoo returned home after spending a month at the home of their son Gov. George Romney was to j and daughter in law, Mr. and exclaiming: one of my employers after a hard night. Several children immediately started patting the statue's stomach, then my stomach, and present plaques today to the Mrs. Curt Dahl, and family at winners of Michigan Week pro- Temperance, Mich. "Same, same — like Buddha." duct and agricultural develop-1 The Marenisco Lutheran Lad- On the way back from, our ment of the year judging. Jack Christensen, president of B.J. Enstrom Co. of Menominee, received the product award for his firm's F28 helicopter, and Andrew F. Murch of Paw Paw received the agricultural development award for his new process of making fruit juices. The annual Michigan Sports Hall of Fame luncheon was ies Aid met at the church May 6 with their vice-president, Mrs. Gordon Roland. The next meeting will be held on June 24. At the meeting plans will be made for the Fourth of July. Mrs. Roland was hostess. An old British joke tells of outing we gave a lift to Mike Insted of Rochester, N.Y., a young Air Policeman who acts as lifeguard. "There is a bad riptide here, but we haven't had a tingle drowning," he said. "i don't see how the men could take it out here except for the peer who dreamed he was i a chance to come to thlB beach delivering a speech in the House every week or so. A lot of them I scheduled in• Detroit in recog-;of Lords and woke to discover j can't be sure they'll ever gel I nition of thq election of three that indeed he was. I another swim." *

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