Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 16, 1965 · Page 23
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Ironwood, Michigan
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FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN ELEVEN Read the Want-Ads Every Day for Bargains of Every Variety 1 C VA/nDn tA/AfclT An TLinrr INA%/C rf*i rr\ u/nnt.AJ. n^..«^ t_. _„ c«i-.._ 1*1 i. e i > n_». ' 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received between B a.m. to 8:00 Dally Saturday until noon. No Want-Adi icoaptad tor same flay insertion or cancellation after BsOO a.m. on week-dayi or . after 9-.00 «.rn. on Saturday*. Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-221 1 WANT-ADS in the City ol tronwood which are taken by phone arr «c- eepted with the understanding that they will be paid tor within one week. Out-of-town ad.i arc payable In ativarfCB-.of insertion. low VS(ord Rotes Minimum 16 Words Charge Cash 1-timo ............. BO 6%c 3-timoi ............ Ho ]0c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge. 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow oaih r • t e when paid within one week after expiration. GROUP of figures count as one word. Bach Initial la considered i«ma a« word. Example: Phdne 032-2311 two word* 118 E. McLeod ... three words Write Box 72 Globe . four n-orda A. B. Smith & Co. five wordu Order for 8 daya — cancel anytime. Charge! at rate earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch .................. $2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid «t Caih Rai* Minimum 1.00 15 words IB words 17 words 18 words 19 words 20 words 25 words 30 words 1 Day 1.00 1.07 1.13 1.20 1.27 1.33 1.67 2.00 3 Days 1.50 1.60 1.70 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.50 3.00 6 Days 2.40 2.5G 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 i uted 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 tn classifications, other* follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates «llow full description at •mall cost. "The more you tell th« quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding It may be edited ve-arranged to suit style. AH ads restricted to proper classification. ERRORS in advertising «hould be reported Immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be re- aponilble tor more than one Incorrect Insertion. ANNOUNCEMENTS- lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. & A M. Regular Communication Thursday. Aug \l>, 7:30 p.m. Krwood H. Sladc. W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y . Lost and Found 4 LOST: KEYS ON round ring—Ironwood area. Contact: Tyyne Paavola, Route 1, Box 139, Ironwood. Announcements 10 EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Male 33 WANTED TO HIRE: Experienced sawmill men, such na: sawyers, edger- men and laborers. Steady employment with fringe benefits. Write or call Marvlrt''-Ci Richmond Lumber Cu., Inc. 10300 MtKeighnn Hoad St. Charles, MlchlKtm 48655 Phone i Area 517 885-304] Help—Mala or Female 34 REGISTERED X-RAY TECHNICIAN— for 180 bed fully accredited general hospital, salary range S4.94U to 85,785. Starting salnry commensuiete with experience. Forty hour week, generous vacation and sick time benefits. Retirement program, tree uniform laundry, part pnld Blue f:ross, etc. Contact W. J. Rowell, M.D., Director of Radiology, Alpcna General Hospital. Alncnn, Michigan. FINANCIAL- Business Opportunities 47 FOR SALE OR TRADE for house In Ironwood — modern 7-unll Townsite Motel, with living quarter*. Contact Lour! Syrjanen, Bruce Groaning. GASOLINE SERVICE STATION AND CABINS—located an U.S.-2 In >Vnke- fleld. Plenty of land for expannlon. S4.000 cash down payment. HOWARD HAflDIE, Realtor Phone 381-5414 or 881-5088 IRONWOOD Tavern building, complete with bar, bar booths and bnc'< bar. 7 room npnrtment upstairs. Pricwl to settle estate — S600. Phone Wi2-3888 after 6. Want-Ads Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rate First Three Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90e 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sole 71 DININO BOOM SET, oil healer refrigerator, bedroom furniture, miscellaneous. Inquire 10& Shamrock Street after 6. DRESSER, DAVENPORT, chair, bed« •nd mattresaea—suitable for cottage. Baby crib and high-chair. Phone 932-5544 or 561-2636 DRY UP DESTRUCTIVE DAMPNESS that leads to musty odors — Use De-Moist Air Dryer ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. Money to Loan NEED MONEYr Peoples Loat> System 218 S. Suffolk Phone irt2-S100 OUH 3BTH YEAR ON THE RANGE UVESTOCK- Dogs, Pets, Supplies 53 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES for sate. Phone 861-4047. TOY TEHHIEH PUPS 2 females — for sale. Phone 661-1841. Horses, Cattle, Stock 54 TO SERVE YOU BETTER, wt now stock more complete SUPPLIES for SADDLE HORSES, Incl. HARNESSES. RANGE FLOUR & FEED STORE Frederick St. Ph. 632-1731 FARM AND GARDEN- Forms, Implements, Supplies 59 FORD PLOW, CULTIVATOR, Side mount MOWER, New Holland Baler and Rake. Ford Mower JOHN THOJAHN — Ph. 832-4MS McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakcficld Ph. 224-7581 NEW HOLLAND BALERS, RAKES, HAY CRUSHERS, Trades & Terms ROVELL U COMPANY Phone 1-B88-2410 Ewcn, Michigan SURGE MILKING MACHINE complete. Phone 932-3789. Two HEX 5-YD. TRANSIT MIXERS, with motor. 2 John Deere 420 Crawler tractors v,-!Vh skidding Stefger Lumber Company, Bessemer Mich. Phone 667-9851. TRACTOR TIRES ... all sizes ROVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 932-1830 Ironwood, Michigan 1—Used INT. 4S-T BALER • Cunningham Hay-Conditioner •FORD MOWERS • McCullocb Chain Saws FRANK MILES & SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. 881-4570 Hearing Aids, batteries supplies — Zenith fc nil m»hes MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & , Service — Ironwood PU. 932-Q51Q J Clovcrland Dr. HEARING AIDS — Norclco, Qualitonc, Audltonc. others. TRI-STATE Hearing Aid Co., P.O. Box 203. Ashland. SERVICES- Business Services 15 GENE'S BEPT1C TANK Eugene Stenroos . Dial Wise, tc Mich. Ucenstd & Bonded ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Servma Mass, Mich. Phone l-Sto-3242 FRITZ'S U P. SUMP & SEPTTC Tank Cleaning Service 117 B. Lead St. Beiieraer PHONE 687-6061 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFE WAY MOVERS. 932-2nS~ local or long distance moving via ATLAS VAN LINES 3—used Sl>6 NEW HOLLAND'BALER 1—used 145 INTERNATIONAL BALER 1—used John Deere Wire-tied. BALER 1—used Under Slung FORD MOWFR HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. (John Deere dealer) Dial 832-4502 Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 61 Fresh Load of Sod GREEN THUMB GREENHOUSE Lake Road Irnwqod Fruits and Vegetables 62 TV, Radio Service 25 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & models Dumont sales. Ph. 832-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Female 32 NEED MONEY? Pleasant work with hours to suit your household schedule reprexentlng Viviane Woodard Cosmetics. DARLBNE BOHGARO—Wahetleld NURSES' AIDES, COOKS, .donning women — must be over 18. Experienced preferred, but not necessary. Phone B61-5646 for Interview Sky View Nursing Home. WOMAN. WANTED for cooklne imd downstairs work, References reaulred. 'i Please write or phone collect, 312 J.234-S872. Mrs. John Adams, 132U Elm ^Tt^eRoad., Lake Forest, Illinois f 0045 'PEB(MANEN I R ..MOTHERS' HELPERS .. w antec}.for j homes In nortn sub- Iwban ChfcaTJa.^Hleh school graduate —•alary, open, own •• room ; ami TV. References required. Start «{ter Augu»t IS. Apply t- Seldmori;: 1 ,10.04 Skpkie Ridge Drive, Glencoe, Illinois or Ortolan, 939 Rollmgwood, Highland Park, Illinois. T " Help Wonted-Male 33 BAKER'S HELPER ;W ANTED* n'Paul Bunyan , Logging ' Camp, 1 ' Wlnofcqua, Wisconsin. Phone 356-0270. EXPERIENCED T R E^! TRIMMERS wanted immediately. References required. Michigan Shade -Trap Company, Inc. Phone Marenlsco 6U ifter '; 6 p.m. • • . REGISTERED PHARMACIST— tot \to bod fully accredited general - hospital. Salary rang* »6,SOOvto VdfMO. starting salary commensurate with experience. Forty hour weefc, generous vacation. and tick tltnt bvuflti. Retirement program, free uniform JswwJry, oart paid Blue Crow, etc. Contact Chief Pharmacist, Alpena General Hospital, Alpena, Michigan. BAWYBB wanted — piece work. Inquire Norman Trantow, Thomas- jon, or call aas-aaaa. _ LOSE Something? Let a Daily Olob* Want-Ad help you contact the Clndej «ui«kly •$ inexpensively. ANOTHER LOAD — JUST ARRIVED Home-srown Cauliflower, Asparagus, Leaf & Romaluc Lettuce, Cabbage, Cubes, Corn. New red POTATOES — 20 Ibs 1.88 CABBAGE — 2 Ibs. 19c ASPARAGUS — 2 for 29c PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 561-4252 LKC. WATERMELON — 79c & up Extra Igc. SLICING TOMATOES— 2Bc Ib. RON & DON'S FRUIT STA«JD Across fr. P & M Drive-In Visit our "Snoop Shop" In rear Hay, Grain, Feed 63 HAY STUMPAGE for sale. Cheap! Barns available. Arne Ruivala. Route 1, Box 172, Iron River, Wisconsin, HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 ACCORDION — professional model — good condition. $200. Phone 932-5835. TV, ADMIRAL 21" mahogany console —slim style. Reasonable. , . , Phone 224-4491. ALUMINUM ROOF EDGING Attic Vent. Fans KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 933-2130 130 BASS ACCORDION—made in Italy —7 shift, like new. $500, new—will sacrifice for $380. Call 9.14-2353, mornings. CONSOLE TV—with cable attachment, ktchen sink with fixtures—both in excellent condition. Reasonable Phone SB1-4064. CHROME KITCHEN SET — B-plece— $16, radio-phonograph—$20. two green nylon rugs—SOB. Phone 932-4932. COFFEE TABLE for sale. Also, 3 house doors, bathroom sink, one choji . Phone 224-6053. 'FELT'PAD—Jl'/a' x 11 W, like new — $20. See at 317'A North HemiocX. . Phono 932-2067. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- High Volume Local Independent Service Station available Salary plus commission and company benefits. Minimum investment required. • . Write: Jerry Heisler Western Oil & Fuel Co. 3931 W. Superior Street Duluth, Minnesota Phone Collect MA 8-2244 and leave word. FOR SALE OB TRADE — TRAILER— sleeps 4 — for land or wlut have you. Also Pontiac, 3 gas ranges $5 each, Duo-Therm oil burner — SS. many other Items. Phone 47B-2U>ii—-4 to 8 p.m. V It's QUALITY you want, «•« Maytag and Frigidaiae Sales and Service (Factory trained service metn Hurley Appliance & Furnthare 210 Silver St. ph. Sfll-5222 ELECTRIC RANGE, TV, dining -oom set. bed, other Items. Reasonable. 103 Scllnr Street, Bessemer OIL FURNACE—83,000 BTU —• S50. Cnmper — best offer takes ft, 148 Harris Street. Phone 932-1476. Relax — Enjoy Yourself We have Lawn Furniture • Patio Loungci •Swing Sets ^•Lawn Chairs •Lawn Rockers Kilponen Hardware — Ironwood Across Ir. Power Co. Ph. 622-04.01 Vaughan's Rose Dust for Leaf hoppers, mildew, black spot, Aphlds. Use wceklj RANGE LAWN & GARDEN SHOP (Range Flour & Feed Store! Frederick St. Ph. 8:12-1731 J Westlnghous* AUTO. J MAYTAG WRINGER WASHER J Coronado REFRIGERATOR J Chest type FHEEZER J Silvcrtonc console TV J RCA Victor console TV J Portable SEWING MACHlNFi We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd. Building Material* 74 4'x8'-l/4" Masonite Hardboard $1.78 each LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY Pre-Flnishcd FORSTGLO PANELING? LAND O 1 LAKES LBH. CO., Inc. Land O' Lakes Phone 715-3*7-3383 SAND. GRAVEL, FILL, TOP SOIL Loading. Trucking, Bulldozing ALBERT SAILY Box 171 MarenUco Phone 643 Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 77 Inlaid Linoleum — Inlaid Vinyl With "MAXIMUM OF WEAR ,-ir-d minimum of tear" BENNETT FLOORS — Ph. 932 4878 Guns, Sporting Good*, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merrlweatner, Mich. Give Away 80 AJTV PERSON who has anything to five away and docs not oKrr or attempt to 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. Household Article* 81 rOH easy, quick carpet cleaning nent Blue Lustre Electric, Shampooer—only $1 per day. Gertz Furniture Co., Iiwd. Hurtey Furniture it Appliance. Used Electric Ranges Guaranteed TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Ironwood Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 82 CaraveJle Watches — A PRODUCT of BULOVA — ,' Can b.e'repaired by a Jeweler Models for both Men & Women Priced from 12.95 John -Albert, Jeweler Kreage BWg. Ironwood Musical Merchandise 84 DISCOUNT on ALL ALBUMS In stock MUZ1K HUT — Ph. 932-3211 PIANO—Large Baldwin—excellent condition—cheap. Inquire evening* until July 30, Hector McRae, Ewen 8882436. TOR VERY LITTLE COST «.<! (p very little time you ran usually «nd what you life* to trad* through tht»e columns. TIZZT—By Kate Osano CALL COLLECT for Information on new or used MOBILE HOI«r;s Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland Wl». SCHULT MOBILE HOME—J bedroom.- Excellent condition. 533 Leonard Street, Ironwood. Boots, Motors, Accessories 131 12' Aluminuin Boat and Trailer w/turn signals & winch Reg. 314.93, SPECIAL — S250 • SAVE S6B GAMBLES — Ironwood "I'm trying to decided whether an evening with Duncan Beasely is preferable to watching re-runs on television!" HOME AND BU?INESS- Specials at the Stores 89 A Midland Special! . CHARMIN SOFT WHITE NAPKINS 5 pkgs. only 15c WITH COUPON worth 25c whr-n you purchase 8 gallons Firepower Gasolinc- at participating Midland Cooperatives Pay 40c — get coupon worth 25c A Buy at 40c A STEAL at 15c Range Co-op Services- Hurley Dial 561-3444 JUST ARRIVED — REYNOLD'S glamorous yarns and Kits Beth Perry Gift & Yarn Shop Seaman Bldg". Ph. 932-4121 B-mm Hcvere 500-Watt Movie Projector — Reg. 159.95 Now 115.95 - Save $44 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 9J2-3901 Special! ! 3-tab ROOFING 6.95 Square Brand name Mattresses Twin, full, queen and king Half Price D & B Freight Sales Your Red Fox Stove In Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Av We deliver Easy Phone 932-4512 sizes e. Terms SUMMER SEASON Refrigerator Specials Completely automatic Defrost I4-cu. ft. REFRIGERATORS LOW. LOW PRICED—Big Trade-ins Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. S.'i2-flaoo Typewriters, Office Machines 93 CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, of- tice Machines. CiEORGE G. SEMKNAK 824 Leonard St. Ph. 832-3752 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. (H2.0801 Vacuum Cleaners 94 ELECTROLUX SAIJES & SERVICE C. J. APPLEBERRY Ph. S3M357 171 E,. Michigan Ave., Ironwood FARMS,, farm machinery and livestock can be sold with a Dally Globe Want-Ad. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Announcing the OPENING of Ironwood's Newest Factory Canvas and Plastic Goods Manufacture, Service, & Repair Featuring "Made in Ironwood' 7 ^Shopping Bags -^First Aid Pouches *School1 Bags ^Pencil Pouches ifoank Deposit . _ ._ Bags ifKosary Cases ^•Danger flags, -^Luggage Covers, Etc. Etc. We CAN: SEW>*»•» from » handkerchief io a iruck cover ' Cinv«i, T«xtiU. PtBSiic or Ltathtt Ey«ltti< Grommtts, Snip F«il«n»rs, "" Lilt-Tht-Dot Fiit»n*n, Zlpperi, Tent ScrMnina or W»ttrproofing WHOLESALE-RETAIL JACQUART MANUFACTURING CO. 505 E. McLeod Ave. .Ironwood Ph. 932-1339 Sacks n Tents •^•Laundry Bags ^Covers (All Kinds), Etc. YJ CWRrf HOME AND BUSINESS- Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 683-4243 for Uee estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING 81 PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan. Wanted to Buy 98 CANOE WANTED, P. O. Star Route Box 239, Marcnlsco, Michigan. Copper Wire, Batteries — 1 50 Highest pi-Ices for all other seiap. RICE AUTO Phone R'12-0900 PLAYER PIANO—wanted. Need not be in working condtion. Write William Frymlller, Lake Nebagamon, vVlscon- sin. WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.55 Copper & drass. Will pick up. CHAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE JesslevlUe Phone 0:'2-BB30 RENTALS- Apartments, Furnished 109 DOWNTOWN tRONWOOD — Small apartment—nicely furnished. Phone 932-09B6 after 6 p.m. 314 EAST ARCH, IRONWOOD—4 upstairs rooms and bath — furnished. Adults only. Phone 832-1975. NORTHSIDE—3 room furnished apartment—Including all utilities, garage. 1017 N. Lowell or phone 832-3187. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—furnished, cozy apartment, fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood. Phone 832-2138 or 832-5330. Business Places for Kent 111 BUSINESS BUILDING—ironwojo, for rent. Also apartment (unfurnished) 4 rooms, bath. Clean, reasonable. Phone 932-1817. ' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale 120 2-APARTMENT DWELLING — one recently redecorated and routed. Located at 223 E. GOOEB3C STRKET, close to school and downtown, this income property affords a home for the owner as well. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCV 111 S. Suffolk .:.. ilromvood BARGAINI 2 bedroom home. Route 2, Box 48-A, Ironwood. Will be in town until Friday night. Phone 581-4215. BESSEMER—IVb story horrve — completely furnished. Equipped with dishwasher, disposal,, washer, dryer, mangle, oil furnace. Excellent neighborhood. Write Box BBS, Daily Globe. GILE—HIWAY 77—3 bedroom nomc, full basement, coal and wood furnace, new roof, and carpeting and drapes. Phone 561-3438. GILE—6 room modern home, 2 lots, oil furnace, near Flowage. James "Vagro, McCrosscn Avenue, Gile. HERE'S A GEM!! A beautiful ranch home set between two large landscaped lots, features include automatic oil heat, Tnprmo- panc windows in living room and kitchen, other extras, 2-car gaiage. A, Lieberthal & Son, Bealfor Exclusive agent '/s MILES North of Fairgrounds — Modern country 3 bedroom home and 40 acres. Call 932-0223 for appointment. NORTHSIDE—2 bedroom modern ranch type home, attached garage, oil furnace, carpeting. Price reduced. ; Phone 932-0965. TO BE TORN DOWN for jsalvaue — house at 134 E. Oak, Ironwood Make an offer. Phone 832-0746, Armas An tin. - SOMETHING OLD Something' NEW LARGE OR SMALL We have them all Call us today for the house • that's just for you ' J. W. HUBS. Realtor ;_ Ironwood Phone u;)2-4110 White Pine Phone 860-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. W2-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. B32-20?« Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 LAKE GOGEBIC—Lake front . lots JOHN WEBER — Box' 239 Marenisco, Mich, Fhnfle 248 MERCER LAKE — modern home ' Lake frontage C. C. KEETON, JR., real estate realtor Ironwood Ph. 932-1813 or 8^2-3452 BIGHWAV FRONTAGE for *aiei • U.S.-2 9 Bessemer • Wakefield EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Beasemer Sale or Rent 124 1127 N. HEMLOCK STREET— i'' bedroom home, all furnace, gas water heater, garage, basemnt. 0 Phone 561-4650. Wanted-To Buy or Rent 126 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOUSE •— within walking distance from dowilown Ironwood, Moderate price range. Write Box ZZ, Pally Globe, Riving full partlcuUrs. USED furniture, household good* end electrical appliances are »|way« m demand, Sell those you no longei need with an Inexnennive Want-Ar! tn The Daily Globe ' IF YOU ARE DOING a special type of sevlce. let the pubUe know-about it Uurougb a Want-Ad. AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 14' wood Runabout, with controls, steering. 30-HP West Bend Motor and Trailer - $?oP RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 Bonham Collegiate •EVERYTHING YOU EXPECT OF A SCOOTER . . . and MOHK: It's all American. Sec U ut BINGO & SON GARAGE iVakeficld • Phone 2.W-5212 Trucks, Tractors, Trailers - 133 TD 8 BULLDOZER — Cheap. Phone 581-3381. 19S5 OLDS PICKUB-Automatlc transmission, power brakes,, steering- -S125. Phone Marcnlsco 387. '/i TON CAB and chassis (1947 Chev- rolctl. 1933 Pontiac, 1954 Fora half- ton pickup, 2 horsepower garden tractor with Implements, 7'/i foot snow plow—new. Phone 832-3170. New and Used Cars 134 1964 Ambassador 990 Hardtop Bucket seats, floor shift automatic, full power. LIKE NEW CONDITION. C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 at Douglas Phone 832-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT "As is" Special I960 FORD 4-door $495 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone 167-5171 1?56 CHEVROLET Bel~Air?-door, nice. Phone 832-3788. 1983 CHEVROLET Impala Super Sports Convertible, 321 medium engine power brakes, power steering, flooi stick automatic transmission, buckets, vibrasonlc radio, excellent, 81850. Ontonagon 884-4847. 1957 Chevrolet 2-door,- $295 8-cyl. automatic transmission CENTURY AUTO SALES Wakefield Phone '28-5B3: 1958 CHRYSLER—New' Yorker. Stelger Xumber Company, Bessemer Phone 687-8851. 1964 Corvair 700 4-DOOR, stand, trans., radio HONDURAS MAROON Lahjti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. W2-1101 For the People Who APPRECIATE the BEST- See this pre-owned 1963 Imperial Custom 4-door Hardtop with power steering, power oriikes, electric windows and power steering. This Imperial carries a factory syarranty, Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - IMPBB1AL STUDEBAKEB • JEEP Ironwood Phone tf.iii-5200 Bessemer ' ' Phone £67-882] Start Your Vacation IN STYLE '62 Galaxie V-8 OVERDRIVE '62 Galaxie 500 4-dr. V-8, automatic, clean '61 Ford Fairlane 4-dr. Stand, trans. 8-cyl. overrti-ive '59 Chevrolet 4-dr. HT V-8, automatic, low mileage Bob Mcrtz Motors i! Vour FORD dealer Minocqua, Wis. Ph. 'J56-3242 This week only $395 buys this *'53 Chevy School Bus /48-pass. Economical S-cyl. engine in excellent condition J Super duper. 8.2S fe 20 10-ply tires J Z spares with wheels / 2-speed rear axle J General condition very good '59 Chevy El Camino '55 Chevrolet Half Ton Panel - $2v)5 '50 Jeep 4-WD, with plow Lakeside Chevrolet INC. Minocqua, V/tj. Ph. WS-3262 CHEVROLET 6-cyl, Station wagon — good condition—$700. I860 Crc"rolet V-8 Station 'Wagon, power sttTing good condition—SB50. Phone 667-2115, July Clearance SALE •Guaranteed Gars •Financed to Suit •Low Prices 52 Cars to choose trom Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC • CMC DRALBH 337 5.'-Ayer Street tronwood Phone 932-1440 "58 Rambler 4-door See RALPH ALLENDER Ph. B32.0M8 196S STUDEBAKEH Champion, 4 door, good ihape. Inquire 870 S Road, or phone 932-4217. OUR ANCESTORS-By Quincy "It's a fair trade, Joe! Two belts for two pelts!' SHORT RIBS—By Prank O'Neal The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D Q — 1 think I have had bone cancer for about 13 years I have never seen a doctor about it. Would sunbathing have a bad effect on it? . A —Nq one with bone c a n - cer has been known to live for 13 years. This is one 'of the most malignant cancers thereus. Sunbatbing would have neither a good nor a bad effect on ; it. For your general good use moderation IP your sunbathing. Q — Will a blood test show whether you have cancer o,r not? ; : . ' • A — Although such tests have been announced from time to time none have been found to be of,, any value. This, of course, does not apply to blood tests for leukemia''which is cancer of the blood itself. Q — What is the difference between an internist and a diagnostician? A — There is no essential difference. An internist s p e - claiizes in the diagnosis arid treatment of disease not requiring operation in persons who are over 18 and are not pregnant. Since &• correct diagnosis is the keystone of proper treatment s u c h a doctor is often called a diagnostician. Q — The American Medical Association is always stressing the importance of a complete physical examination including proctoscope and electrocardiogram once a year. The average general practitioner does not have the time or the equipment to do this. Where can I have it done? A — This is a job that is welcomed by most internists. It can usually be done on an out- patienr basis, Q — My husband, 40, had a chest X-ray and was told he had a smell calcium deposit -on one lung. The doctor said not t o worry about it but to have another X-ray in 6 months What could cause such a d e posit? Is it serious? A — The most likely explanation is that your husband has LEGAL an old healed tubercle. T h;l s 'would be the result of a.; childhood encounter.with thejubercle baciljus which he overcame without ever, having a clinical attack of tuberculosis. If in 6 months 'there change in the appearance .of the lesion (really an old scar) your doc- Ijor's guess, an,d mine will be confirmed. i. '?,/*'', *,•,<! •'ft. — Is there "any effective treatment for agoraphobia? Has anyone ever been' cured of it by psychiatric treatment? A — Fear of large open spaces (agoraphobia) and other neurotic .. fears >ar$ extremely resistant-; to "treatment of any kind. Psychoana>ysts may u n cover causatiye'jfactors in some victims out tijiyetriot, according to several heurbpsychiatrists I have consulted, • -succeeded i n rooting out these abnormal fears Please send your questions and comments to Wayne G. Brandstadt, M. D., in care of- this paper. W hi 1 c Dr. • Brandstadt cannot answer individual letters he will answer letters of general interest in future columns. '63 Volkswagen }500«new engine SWEB TRAILER SALES— Ph. SfcMBSV Volkswagen Trade-in '63 Volkswagen Sunroot White, like new REAL SHARP! Ironwpod Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-3 >; , Iru^wood Phone 932-0710 July 12, 14, 16 ' NOTICE TO BIO Sealed bids will be received b> the Board of Education of the Iroiwood Township School District for the follow, ing: 15,000 Gallons (more or less) Kegular Gasoline 3—65 Gallon Drums of Top C'rade Motor Oil No«. 10 and 20 . 25 Gallons Impre or lessi Ami freeze 1 Barrel Differentia) and Transmission Grejue 70 Ib: Chassis Crease , The above to be delivered to the Roosevelt School as needed' Bidder must specify trade naiciM 9* only nationally advertised trade t.ame products will be considered. Quoted prices of gasoline must Ircludo dis- penslng pump at operation. All bids must be in the hands oJ the Secretary by 7:00 o'clock p in on August a, 1B65, and b« marked Bids qn Gasoline, etc." The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, Edwin Reini, Secretary Board of Education Ironwood Township School District Application* Being Applications are ripw being accepted by the Michigan Employment Security Commission for trie Gogebic licensed practical nurse course, according to S. J. Violetta, manager of the Michigan : S t a t e Employment Service office here. In the next course, which will begin in September, there; will be a limited number of heads of families accepted to receive the full year of training under the auspices of the Federal Manpower Training Act. Training allowances will be paid to these persons who otherwise, because of family responsibilities, would not be able to avail themselves of any extended training opportunity. To .qualify, a pers o n must be the head of the family unit and must pass a screening test. This test will be administered at Luther L. Wright High School In Iropwood starting: at 9 a.nv Tuesday, Aug. 3. • All inquiries with respect to this paid training should be directed to the Ironwood, office ot the Michigan State Employment Service located at 135 W Aurora St. Application forms are also available at this address, Violetta said. ; • U-M Receives Grant To Study Diseases ANN ARBOR <AP)— A grant of $91,635 from the National Foundation — March ot Dimes will finance a 'study"' of cnlld- dren's eye. defects anJ- diseases at tne University of Hospital, U-M f sald T

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