Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 24, 1965 · Page 11
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MONDAY, MAY 24, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN ELEVEN Will Find Good Used Cars Listed on This Want-Ad Page 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Wont-Ads Ordered for on Intire Week Earn lowest Rat* Hrt» Three Pays - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only We 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 lOc 16c WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received between • a.m. to 8:00 Dally. Saturday until noon. No Want-Adi accepted for •ame day Insertion or cancellation after 0:00 a.m. on week-days ejr after 0:00 a.m. on Saturday*. Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS in the City of Ironwood which are taken by phone are »c- . cepted with the understanding that they will be paid (or within one week. Out-of-town ads are payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 Wordi Charge Cash ,1-time ............. 8c 3-times ............ lie S-times ............ 17c Minimum Charga 1-day SI. 00. Minimum Charge, 2-day s $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow eath rate when paid within one weeU after expiration. GROUP of figure; count •s one word. Bach Initial Is consld- •red tame an word. Example: Phone B32-2211 ... two word* 11B E. McLeod ..... three word* Write Box 72 Globe ... four wordi A.. B Smith 4: Co. five word* Order for « days— cancel anytime. Charles et rate earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch .................. $2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash Rait 1 Minimum 1.00 Day 15 words ..... 1.00 16. words ..... 1.07 17 words ..... 1.13 18 words ..... 1.20 19 words ..... 1.27 20 words ..... 1.33 25 words ..... 1.67 30 words ..... 2.00 EMnOYMENT- Help Wonted-Malt 33 '65 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES and Young Men Interested In learning trade, please send this ad and personal qualifications to Saginaw Glass Company, 3823 Bay Road, Sattmaw, Michigan. Attention: Mr. James Jos- wlak. Days Days 1.50 2.40 1.60 2.56 2.72 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 1.70 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.50 3.00 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live such as home, apartment (lat, 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. Ada GO starting, arranged alphabetically, come first in classifications, other* follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates allow tull 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. FOREMAN (Material Handling & Sintering Plant) Must have experience In supeivising and directing operations and maintenance of Sinter Plant and ore handling equipment. Permanent Employment Advancement Opportunities Excellent Employee Benefits Send Resume to: Mr. W. C. Lange Supervisor of Employment GREAT LAKES STEEL CORP. Ecorse, Detroit, Michigan 1 Zip Code 48229 An Equal • Opportunity Employer SINGLE MAN—approximately 45 to 50 years of age, for general resort work, yard and boat work and fish cleaning. Begin immediately and work unti November. Apply Evans Alpine Lodge, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 Acme Pruning Sealer e Seals pruning wounds ORepairs damage areas on roses, shrubs and trees RANGE LAWN Si GARDEN SHOP fRango Flour & Feed Store) Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 FLOWER-CEMETERY-WINDOW~Boxes (metal)—In stock or custom made. KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Ph. 932-2130 FOAM STUFFED TOYS—varied »«sort- mcnt. SI — S2 each. Phone 932-4132. GARDEN & LAWN SEEDS. Garden FERTILIZERS * special "Wi-ed «c Feed" fertilizers tor lawns. GLADIOLA bulbs, hardy MUM plants and garden concrete ornaments. Lutey's Greenhouses The "GARDEN STORE" Ironwood HOTPOINT ELECTRIC Range, Frigl- dalre refrigerator, lunior dining set, miscellaneous articles. 1221 Douglas Blvd. Phone 932-3654. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—gas stove, refrigerator, kitchen set, bedroom set (redwood), couch, lamps. Miscellaneous. 104 Frederick Street. Special — Polaroid Film 300 speed—type 47 1.95 roll The Railroad Watch Bulova ACCUTRON Diamond Shop Ironwood used POWER LAWN MOWERS— $5 and up used ELGIN 5.5-HP OUTBOARD used Gale BUCCANEER—15-HP used BICYCLE—boy's 26" We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and Co. Irwd. Baby Merchandise 72 WANTED: AGGRESSIVE SALESMAN for Wisconsin distributor of. a nationa manufacturer of hearing aids and hearing testing equipment. This is an opportunity for a mature, dependable and bondable man to earn far better than average income while building « real future fpr himself. Excellent opportunity for man with ultimate desire to operate his own business. Send complete resume to Box L. Daily Globe. All Inform ntion will be held strictly confidential. Help—Male or Female 34 COOK WANTED—Write or call Ontonagon Golf Club. Phone 884-4130. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10. 1865 7:30 p.m. Erwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y. Lost and Found FOUND: Young male dog—beautifully marked, tan and white, wearing red collar with large steel washer. Phone 932-5810. HILL'S KENNELS — Junet . Rd.. Irwd. LOST: RING (3 pearls on silver goldl, Sunday, near St. Ambrose Church. Phone 932-5635. Reward. Personals TROUBLED WITH DRINKING? Call 224-8781, 561-3930, 667-7542, 933-5148. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting every Tuesday, 7:30. Bessemer Memorial Building. SERVICES^ Dressmaking, Sewing 17 HELP WANTED for general work In local food store. Write Box K, Dally Globe. Situations Wanted—Female 36 WILL DO CLEANING or house cleaning by the hour or day. Phone 932-5460. WILL DO BABY SITTING in my home, week-days only. Phone 932-2049. FINANCIAL- Business Opportunities 47 FOR SALE OR LEASE: Locker Plant and equipment. Smoke house with recording thermometer, 500* a day ice machine. Wholesale and retail meats and frozen foods. Write Gilbert G. Grant, Box 51, Baraga, Michigan, or call EL 3-2668 after 5. SAN-REE BAR—Mod Bar & Grill Lge. lot—U.S. 2 modern apt. PRICE REDUCED C. C. KEETON, Jr. Real Estate broker Phone 932-1813 or 932-3452 Money to loan 51 NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM 218 S. Suffolk Phone 832-5100 OUR 3BTH YEAR ON THE RANGE 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 FORD TRACTOR SALES * SERVICE FRANK MILES Sc SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. 361-4S76 Specials for His Majesty the BABY ^'Swings 9.95 v /Strollers 14.95 /Cribs (6 yr) birch J 1.95 /Crib Mattresses 6.95 /jumpers 2.98 /Car Seats 1,98 D & B FREIGHT SALES Your RED FOX store Ironwoo'd and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. We deliver Ph. 932-4512 Easy Terms TIZZI—By Kate Osan* AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes "She's cramming—in more ways toan one!" HOME AND BUSINESS- Wanted to Buy 98 Copper Wire. Batteries — I.SO Highest price* for all other scrap. RICE AUTO Phonr 932-0000 WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.45 Copper & Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jcssievillc Phone 93^-9830 WANT TO BUY: Used oony saddle and bridle. Call 932-2381 or 932-1501. Building Materials 74 4'xS"—1/4" Masonite Hardboard $1.78 each LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Mcrriwcathcr, Mich. Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who ha» anything to give away and does not offer 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 Articles 81 FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning rent Blue Lustre Electric Shampooer—only SI per day. Gertz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture Si Appliance. HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS SIMPLE ALTERATIONS — tapering, hemming, drapes. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 932-3827. I ROVELSKY Phone 932-1830 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS, 933311* local or long distance movinr via ATLAS VAN LINES W, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial 932-0510 Evening* Dial 932-3124 "Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES It models Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT. Help Wanted—Female 32 PERMANENT POSITION tor high school graduate or older, aa mother'! helper for congenial family. Two grade school children and baby expected in September. Expea-ience not necessary but must be cheerful and enjoy children. Own room, bath, and TV, good »alary. Start anytime. Write full details to Mrs. William Robinson, 3030 Brittany Road, Highland Park, Illinois. 60035. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to assist in kitchen—live in. Start June 1. Private resort. Write Mrs. John LaCrosse. Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin or call JUstice 8-3532. WANTED: WOMAN to do ironing S days a week — starting June 28 through August. Tidee Launderette. Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. Help Wonted-Mole 33 HANDYMAN—for exterior house painting wanted. Phone 932-4133. MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Wanted Experience required in supci- vision and maintenance of: •Boilers • Power Transmissions •Hydraulics Permanent position. W»g» core. mtnsurat* with •bllity. Scad complete resume to: Attention: Mr. R. Maxwell PLANT ENGINEER Wynnewood Products. Co. Antigo. Wisconsin All applications will be held confidential. & COMPANY Ironwood, Michigan SPEED QUEEN, ADMIRAL Appliances, Furniture ROVELL It COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan 1 u«ed 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/ANGLE DOZER. Completely overhauled. New rails & new rollers. 1 used 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER w/angle DOZER. Needs some repair. HAUTANEN 'MPI.BMENT CO. Cloverland Dr. Ph. 932-4502 Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 61 MANURE for gardens & lawns — by bushel or load. Pick up or we deliver. Pointed cedar fence posts — 25c ea. JOHN TROJAHN — Ph. 932-4633 Fruits and Vegetables 62 Another load just arrived BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS & Produce ORANGES (180) — 3 doz. — 88c Cherry TOMATOES — box — 25c Also fresh Bibb Lettuce, Endive, Celery cabbage. Strawberries—3 for $1 PETERSON'S PRODUCE ~ Hurley 309 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 561-4252 Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 Popular Varieties of EVERGREENS- POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM Bring your Memorial Day planters to WALTER SULIIN GREENHOUSE 1 mi. S. of Norrie Park You'll love the new •Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever' Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. 932-0300 Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 82 ACCUTRON by Bulova It is NOT a Watch It is the most accurate timepiece in the world John Albert, Jeweler RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 HURLEY—Modern apartments — furnished or unfurnished. William BcrUignoli, phone 581-3880. IHONWOOD—2 bedroom, duplex apartment. Separate utilities—oil furnace, garage. Adults only. 236 E. Michigan. 168 E. Michigan Avenue — 3 unfurnished apiirtment. Phone 932-2026. NORTHSIDE—large 5 room duplex <2 bedrooms), hot water hcnt, oil furnace, garage. Inquire 1017 N. Lowell. Phone 932-3187. Apartments, Furnished 109 128 AURORA STREET—4 rooms and bath — furnished and heated. Inquire at Bcauchamp Electric Company. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood, 832-2138. Wanted to Rent 116 2 or 3 BEDROOM HOME—Ironwjod or vicinity. Write Don Ostcrman, P.O. Box 24, S. Range. Michigan. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sole 120 222 BONNIE STREET — 4 bedroom home, new oil furnace, 2 complete baths, extra lot, Phone 932-3fli£>. A man's home is his castle— and we have many castles beginning at $1,800 to $40,000 See this 3 bedroom home at 720 E. PABST STREET automatic oil heat, spacious family home — nice location. For choice locations and quality properties, see our large selection. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE- Houses for Sale 120 PERFECT FAMILY HOME (at a realistic price) 210 PARK STREET, across from th high school. Inspection by appointment, only. A. Lieberthal fk Son, Realtor EXCLUSIVE AGENT GTLE—Cozy, 2 bedroom bungalow. O furnace, carpeted living room. 84,600 HOWARD HARDIE. Realtor Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 IRON BELT—3 bedroom home, con pletoly remodeled, oil furnace Rea sellable. Phone 561-4429. 130 WITH IN OUB ANCESTORS—By Quiacy FREE Color TV ANY 12' wide PURCHASB THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes • Factory Homei •Travel Trailert lOS Down BUDGET PLAN PAYMENTS j Open Sundays. Weekdays • HI ». j Drive aver find ••» Mr i •election of quality HOIBM ' Northland Mobile Home* Dial 682-60ST fvjhUn* Vte. See the prT-butlt "TOWW *«ToVM By Rollohome >24 ( Ml •> tiaplei SWEE TRAILER fALES »h. M1-4M1 I loots, Motors, Accessories 111 12' Smoker Aluminum Boat Was $185 - SPEC. 149.95 RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS *Aotorcyles, 8iev«l«« 132 BOY'S BICYCLE — 84" for iale. Phone 432-5304. New and Used Cars 134 Anniversary Special 19fi5 MERCURY Bree/cway <J-dr. $2475 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone 667-5171 RAMSAY—NEW LOCATION — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace. Phone 667-4392. WHITE PINE—Beautiful, new, 1-story home. Fireplace, attached 2-cnr Enrage, built-in appliances carpeted. Many other extras. J. W. HUBS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone D32-4110 White Pine Phone 8R5-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 121 Lakes, Resorts, Camps LAKE GOGEBIC — NORTH END — White stucco tile cottage — furnished. 4 bedrooms, sunporch, fireplace. Boat and motor included. Call Besfremer 663-4568—evenings. Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE • MOTEL — Wakefleld tJHiway U.S.-2 frontaRe EMIL .1. MASCOTTI - Bessemer Lots for Sale 123 5 LOTS on East Margaret—new blacktop road. Beautiful spot. Phone 932-3627. Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Le Lcbre 2-dr. 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. Ayer Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 1959 CATAL1NA 2 door sedan Good condition — Call B61-2662 IRON EXCHANGE BANK — Hurley '63 CHEVY 4-DR. WGN. Low Mileage. Call 932-030* RALPH ALLENDER '60 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door, 6-cyl. Stand, trans. Radio, turquoise finish. New re-built engine Laliti Chevrolet-Cadillac. Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 932-110 'Oh-ohH Here comes the game warden! Ditch the dragon!' SHORT BIBS—By Frank O'Neal OR3UST SHRINKING A HEAP. 6000 MORNIN6, HIEF. WHAT ARE V3UD01NS? MONDAY SNT MV WATCH IT/ SOMETHING'S GONE WRONG/ 1062 CHEVROLET— Impula V-8 hardtop. Stick. Like new. Call 932-1673 after 5 p.m. 1964 CORVAIR 2 dr. MONZA 4-spced trans. 110 engine Excellent shape. Low mileage CENTURY AUTO SALES—Jeep dealer Wakefield Ph. 229-5531 City Commission at their regular meeting on June 14. 1965 at 7:30 p.m. The City of Ironwood reserves the right to reject any or nil bids. CITY OF IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN KENNETH E. LONG City Mungacr Sale or Rent 124 WAKEFIELD—(5 room house—3 bedrooms, bath. Price cut for quick sale. Call Wakefield 224-1581 AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 1957 TRAVELO MOBILE HOME 38 x 8' — newly remodeled ^ Priced to sell LABYAK MOTOR SALES, INC. 311 Spar St. Ontonagon, Mich, Krcsgc Bldg. Ironwood Machinery and Tools 83 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE? Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7581 Power Lawn Mowers Riding — Reel — Rotary PRICED RIGHT RANGE CO-OP SERVICES Hurley Ph. 561-3444 See our complete line LAWN FLITE MOWERS Riding and manual — Use our easy pay plan BINGO AND SON GARAGE Wakefield Ph. 229-5212 Musical Merchandise 84 More Used Records just arrived — Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT — Ph. 932-3211 TV, Radio, Supplies 86 Save $100 on 23" Color TV GAMBLES-Ironwood HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 Armorgantte. VITOGHO, Milorganite, Vigoro. sheep manure. Complete line of INSECTICIDES ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. CLOSEOUT PRICES on all clothing- sizes to SO, shoes, maternity clothes, baby equipment, child's ridinf tractor, tricycle, elec. appliances, night stands, end tables, lamps, dishes, etc. Heiliff residence, 436 S Mansfield Street. Complete stock of Reo Power Mowers A size to fit every need Kilponen Hardware Refrigerators, Ice Boxes 87 used Gas Refrigerators A-l condition. TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Jrwd. Specials at the Stores 89 Movie Cameras as low as 17.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 9:12-3901 Venetian Glass Candy Dishes, Compotes, Vases Specially priced Beth Perry Gift & Yarn Shop Seaman Bldg. Ph. 932-4121 Across fr. Power Co Typewriters, Office Machines 93 Ph. 932-0401 ; — If Iff QUALITY you want. It '• Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance & Furniture HO Silver St. Ph. 5fll-5222 FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Counter Tops Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 RESORT HELP WANTED: Man to do rhores and ccnci-al maintenance—age 35 to 45. Kxporirncrd, reliable, sober, j r.nod w«fco.s and tips. Write: Mn. i tart Jaunen, Muioco.ua, Wiauonuu< j SMALL JUNGERS HEATER — S80. Apartment size gas stove—S50. Both complete with lank and fittings. High chair—S5. Koule 1, ,Box 103-A, Vajuicr- Road. ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Salee—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. W2-0901 CLEANING It Repair—Typewriter et(ice Machines. GEORGE G SEMKNAK 634 Leonard St. Ph. 933-3752 Wallpaper, Faints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663-4243 (or free estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING at PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan, 97 YOUNG MAN'S SUIT-black, sue :W-:17. Worn twice, suitable for ^laduaVlon, latent atyle. Phone Wearing Apparel, Furs MAIL A WANT-AD - TO THE DAILY GLOBE (Published Daily Except Sunday) RATES: (Please Note Minimum Charges) 1 time 6%c per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $1.00 3 times lOc per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $1.50 6 times 16c per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $2.40 These Rates Do Not Apply to Commercial Businesses '58 Dodge 4-door sedan Full power — LOW PRICED , C 6c L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 at DotiRlas Phone SM2-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT '61 FORD 4-DR.—Auto, trans., —Very good shape — S750. Phone 932-3124. V-8. 1900 FORD GALAXIE — 4 door, V-8, automatic, rebuilt engine, body in good condition—$500. Phone 224.1012. Volkswagen Trade-In 1963 Chevrolet Impala 2-door Hardtop V-8, auto, trans. SHARP Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Nome Street Phone City Number of Times Amount Enclosed Write advertisement plainly, one word in each space including your name, address or phone. If you want your replies to come to » Daily Globe box number, omit your name and coir four additional words tor "Box — Daily Globe." Aad 25c for Blind Box Service. WRITE YOUR AD ABOVE AND MAH TODAY Out-of-town Want Ads should be accompanied by proper payment in advance of publication. Enclose coins or stamps. ON THE RANGE IT'S THE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE Th« Horn* Newspaper ol The Gogebic Range and The Onionagon Country Phon* 932-0710 Iron wood We're overstocked We must move these STATION WAGONS • 1963 Ford »1959 Chevy • 1962 Ford »1958 Rambler • 1961 Chevy «1957 Chevy • 1960 Rambler »1956 Ford •1959 Plymouth* 1956 Buick •1957 Oldsmobile Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL JEEP Phone 032-5200 Phone 667-8821 STUDEBAKER Ironwood Bessemer , RENT. BUY. SELL. TRADE with Dally Globi> WantrAds. Merriweother Personals Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sailer and sons of Aurora, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. John A. Rosinski Jr., T o p az, visited with his sister, Mrs. Rodney Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. William Freidli and daughter. Debbie of Milwaukee, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ralston. Mrs. S. A. Western, Mrs. Clara Abrams and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended the Birt h d a y Cl u b meeting Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Sally Rosins k i, Topaz. Cindy Sybeldon was feted at a birthday party Saturday evening at the town hall. The evening was spent dancing. Lunch was served. Mrs. Stanley Ray of Topaz was a caller at the Jack Ellsworth home last week. Al Savola attended a sc h o o 1 board meeting Thursday at Bergland. Mrs. S. A. Western and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended the 500 Club meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Stanley Lackie in Bergland. George Miller, Ontonag o n, LEGALS ism was a business caller here. Mrs. Clara Abrams and grandson, Elton Borns, were Wakefield callers. Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended the 500 Club at the Ernest Salon- Lloyd Cook Jr. were Wakefield Marvin Sain ents, Mr and Mrs. J. Y. Tickan- en, at Lake Gogebic. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Keranen, Trout Creek, visited recently at the J. Y. Tickanen home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mikkola, Dciive 1 i'ies"to"be"iiiHde""at such time Wakefield, spent a weekend with May 21. 22. 24 NOTICE TO BID Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of the Bessemer Township School District for furnishing and delivering the following during the fiscal year ending June 30, 196630,000 Gallons. more or less. of number 2 fuel oil to Ihe oil storage tanks at the Ramsay School; 8,000 Gallons. more or leas. of tank at the Ramsay school and! spending two weeks with her par- to the storage tank at the ' Ramsay School Garage; 8.000 Gallons, more or less, of regular gasoline to Ihe storage tank at the Ramsay School Garage The above quantities are approximate only; quantity required may vary either way from the figure given. Deliveries to be made a and in such quantity and to such build ings as shall be ordered by the Superintendent of Schools Specifications and bid forms may be obtained al the office of the Superintendent In the Ramsay School. Scaled bids- arc to be In the office of the Board of Education by 4:00 P.M.. June 17. 1965 The Board of Education reserves the rislii 'o accept or reject any or all bids The bcsl interest of the School District will b» considered In awarding i contracts I BOARD Of EDUCATION i BESSEMER TWP. SCHOOL DISTRICT i parents. Mr l Carl R. Martinson, Secretary COOk Sr May 24 ! NOTICE TO BID 1 The City of llronwood, Michigun will receive sealed bids at the office ol the i City Clc-il' until 4 p.m., June 14 19B5 1 for: : ONE NEW 1905 EIGHT-CYLINDER I FOUR-DOOR SEDAN For Squad Car Service i The new car shall comply wiih the be obtained Austria Elects New President By HANS BENEDICT VIENNA, Astria, (AP) — Vienna's Socialist mayor, Frani Jonas, was elected president of Austria Sunday by the closest margin in recent history. Jonas, 65, defeated Conservative former Chancellor Alfons Gorbach, 66, by 63,482 votes. The vote count was 2,324,474 to 2,260,992. There were about 94,000 blank ballots, apparently cast by those who wanted an independent candidate to run. Jonas' term runs for six years. He succeeds Adolf Schaerf, who died in February during his second term. Undei the Austrian constitution, new elections are called when a president dies. Gorbach piled up more votes than any Conservative candidate since 1945 for the traditionally Socialist office. The close outcome raised the party's hopes of increasing their 18 seats in the 165-seat Parliament in the 1966 elections. Jonas' strength was assured in Vienna where he got 647,960 votes against Gorbach's 474,488. He also carried the industrial provinces of Styria, Carinthia and Burgenland. Gorbach'a main strength was in the Alpine provinces. Austria has a coalition government of Socialists and' Conservatives. Traditionally the premier is • Conservative and the president a Socialist. The constitution requires thi president to be nonpartisan and en home at Bergland. i to guar( i O ver domestic politica Mrs. Paul Roberts and M r s. peace Jonas p i edg ed: "I will tot a president for all Austrians." Many of his duties are cere monial, but he takes a hand ii the formation of new govern- callers. Mr. and Mrs. were Ironwood Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Abra- j ments"ancf can "exercise Vonsid- ham .,f md , chlldre ! 1 ' L ™™ ia ' . aro i erable influence at that time. He is the first president without a university degree. The son of a poor worker, Jo- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soderstro- 1 Mrs *" "a Mattern is a i e m b e r on •l board. rs. John Bugni, ..sited with her sis- .ladellne Haskins. diclatr Berg! Mr. Wakei; ter, Mrs nas apprenticed as a typesetter and spent 13 years at the trade i before becoming a Socialist party official in 1932. | He was elected mayor of the i city of 1.8 million in 1951 and j concentrated on building low- rent homes, hospitals, kindergartens and bridges and restoring the city as one of Europe's chief tourist attractions. Mr. nncl Mrs. Frank Hebert, Idaho, visited with Mrs. Hebert's and Mrs. Telephone Association To Hear William Mott Lloyd GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — Wtl- Mrs. William Qronlund and 1 liam 0. Mott, executive, vlct daughter. Julie, Bruce Crossing,! president of the United States Mrs, Ernest Salonen Jr. and Independent Telephone As^ocia- children. Mrs John Havela and tion, is keynote speaker here at t h e j May 25 for the 30th annual convention of the Michigan Independent Telephone Association. The son, Bergland, visited Walter Johnson home. The word "mesmerism" state group numbers 72 indepen- specifications which may at Ihe olfk-c of the City Manager ,. . . „ , , . , , AII bids Khan be .narked "BUI on PO- comes iron! the theory of hypno- dent companies . serving iicc squ.id car" and shaii The bid*Vili be opened state mor^: propounded by Franz Mes-! than 400,000 telephone mbscrlfr ihe 1 nier, an Austrian. i ers la

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