Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 28, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood, Michigan
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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1965. ItONWOOD DAILY GtOBt, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN REVEM People Are Hunting for Bargains-Are Yours Listed on This Page? 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Wont-Ads Ordered for an Entire Week Earn LewMt Rat* First ThrM Days - $1.50 - Second ThrM Days Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS Motived betwttn • a.m. to 9:00 Dally Saturday uatll noon. No Wint-A<1» leecptcd (or same day insertion or cancellation after 9:00 a.m. en week-daya «r after 0:00 a.m. en tatunlaya. Irenweed Daily Glebe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In tht City of Ironwood which are taken by phone art accepted with the undersUndlnf that they will be paid for within en* week. Out-of-town ads ar* payable In advance ef Insertion. Lew Word Rate* Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-time 8c 6%e 3-times lie IOC S-times 17c 16c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow eaih rale when paid within on* week after expiration. GROUP of tlgurei count as one word. Bach Initial Is considered lam* at word. Example Phone 032-2211 ... two words 118 E. McLeod three word* Write Box 72 Glob* ... four words A. B. Smith & Co. .. five word* Order for 6 days—cancel anytime. Charges at rate earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch $2.00 Table Shewing Want>Ad Cest When Paid at Cash Rate Minimum 1.00 15 word* 16 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 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 Hew 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, other* follow. Hew te Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates allow full description at small cost. "The mor* you tell tbe quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding it may be' edited re-arranged to suit style. All ad* restricted to proper classification. ERRORS In advertising should b* reported Immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for mor* than one Incorrect Insertion. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. Si A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, June 10. IMS 7:30 p.m. Erwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y. Announcements 10 HEARING AIDS—Repairs, batteries for all makes. Tri-State Hearing Aid Co. P.O. Box 203, Ashland, Wis. SERVICES- BUS! ness Services 15 IMFIOYMINT- Help Wanted-Male 33 MAN—for small engine repair. Apply in person Sears, Roebuck and Co., Ironwood SINGLE MAN—approximately 45 to SO years of age. for general resort work, yard and boat work and fish cleaning. Begin Immediately and work until November. Apply Evans Alpine Lodge, Manltowish Waters, Wisconsin. WANTED: CUSTODIAN for Legion Bar, Mercer. Ideal position for married couple. Must furnish references. Phone Mercer 476-2104. Help—Male or Female COOK WANTED—Writ* or c»ll Orton*. gon Golf Club. Phone SM-4130. NATIONAL Wisconsin's oldest and largest private employment agency. A few of the many openings now available in Milwaukee for beginners and experienced people: MEN'S DIVISION GENERAL OFFICE: $375 up. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE: (425 up. WOMEN'S DIVISION GENERAL OFFICE: Answer pnone. figure prices and type. S32S. TYPIST: Advertising agency. I32S. BEGINNERS: Many fine firms will train accurate typists to handle varied work. 8250 up. NATIONAL CLERICAL 6c EXECUTIVE I Licensed) 161 W. Wisconsin Ave. — Suite 4032 Milwaukee, Wls. BR 1-7403 No appointment necessary Write or call . . . Situations Wanted-Male 37 ACCORDION PLAYERS available Weddings — Dances — etc. Contact SAM VALENTI ACCORDION School Hurley Ph. 561-4454 or 932-3275 FINANCIAL- Money te Leon SI NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM »18 S. Suffolk Phone 932-5100 OUR 38TH YEAR ON THE RANGE HOMi AND MJSINESS- Artleles for Sale 71 COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD furnishings —kitchen, living room, bedroom. Also, clothing. 301 West Lead, Bessemer. Phone 663-4575. If It'* QUALITY you want, If* Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. " Ph. Sfll-5222 FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Countei Tops Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 GOOD USED SPECIALS Mont. Ward REFRIGERATOR Westinghouse DRYEP Maytag wringer WASHER 39" Hotpoint ELECTRIC RANGE 2 Console TV sets SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd. HIGH CHAIR, buggy, crib. 10" tricycle, training chair. Boy's overcoat—size 6. Phone 561-5675. Kill those weeds now! • Acme Chlckwecd—Clover—Miller • Weed-No-More (for lawns) • Weed-No-More Granules Range Lawn 6c Garden Shop Frederick St. Phone 822-1731 FLOWER-CEMETEKY-W1NDOW Boxes (metal)—in stock or custom made. KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Ph. S32-2130 SALE: HOUSEHOLD furnishings and miscellaneous. Tom Kitto residence. Puritan Road, Sunday. May 30, from ten a.m. to seven p.m. Let's get cuttin' We have complete Block of famous Reo Power Mowers (a size St type lor every need) Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 932-0401 USED FURNITURE — bedroom and dining room set, automatic washer, miscellaneous. 223 South Curry, Ironwood. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—gas stove, refrigerator, kitchen set, bedroom set (redwood), couch, lamps. Miscellaneous. 104 Frederick Street. Baby Merchandise 72 \VELCH BABY BUGGY— with pad. Also, teeter-babe. Phone 932-4857. LIVESTOCK- Dags, Pets, Supplies 53 SPRINGER SPANIEL puppies—English pure-breds. Black and white. Phone •32-1268 alter S. Box 83, Vanderha- sjen Road. Building Materials 74 Horses, Cattle, Stock 54 GENTLE SHETLAND PONY — also — Arabian riding horse for sale. Phone 932-4301 between 8 and S. Saddle Horses & Ponies THOMAS BASSETT — Ph. 932-1898 FARM AND OARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 FARMALL SUPER C, wide front with 2-bottom plow, spring tooth drag and 7-ft tandem rlisk like new FORD TRACTOR SALES & SERVICE FRANK MILES Ic SONS •00 Division St. Hurley Ph. 561-4578 FAHMERS— It's corn planting tim« Schuman's "Quality" Hybrid Seed Corn . RANGE FLOUR & FEED STORE Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 TREE SERVICE .10 yrs. experience—Free estimates Trimming — Topping Removal SUDDEN'S TREE SERVICE Ph. 561-2410 Hurley Sar.tini's Hotel Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Get ready for YOUR HAYING SEASON See us for BALERS, RAKES, MOWERS and repair parts HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere dealer Cloverland Dr. Ph. 932-4502 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS. 9334111 local or long distance movtn* via ATLAS VAN LINES TV, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial 932-0510 Evenings Dial 932-3124 Mike Shawbitz TV WE 'SERVICE ALL MAKES IE models Dumont sales. Ph. 032-2230 anytime. Roofing, Siding, Insulation 26 Your roof storm-damaged? NEED A NEW ROOF? Free estimates — Labor & materials LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Couple 3T COUPLE—for resort work—25 to 50, preferred. Man for general work, woman — In kitchen. Write Forest Lodge, Star Route, land O' Lakes, Wisconsin or phone Boulder Junction EV 5-1500. Help Wanted—Female 32 FOUNTAIN WAITRESS — Girl. Apply .in person. Len's Dairy Store. PERMANENT POSITION tor high school graduate or older, as mother's helper for congenial family. Two grade school children and baby expected in September. Experience not necessary but must be cheerful and enjoy children. Own room, bath, and TV, good salary. Start anytime. Write full details to Mrs. William Robinson, 1030 Brittany Road, Highland Park, Illinois. 60035. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to assist in kitchen—live in. Start June 1. Private resort. Write Mrs. John Latirosse, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin ar call JUstlce 8-3532. Nurses Wanted R. N.'s $2,50 per hour L.P.N.'s $2.00 per hour 3 weeks paid vacation CALL OR WHITE Carlton Nursing Home ~ARLTON. Minn. Ph. (SIS) 3M-42SR WOMAN—for baby sitting end light housekeeping, part Umt. Phone 932-5714 Help Wonted-Mole >| MAN WANTED. For opening in Go- eeblc County or Ironwood. Bed opportunity for year round earnings. For detail* write Rawlelgh's, MCE-31-711, 1000 Third Street, North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Farm Machinery • Massey Ferguson Diesel BS • Allis Chalmers B, wide front • Farmall H, with loader • Ferguson, like new • 3-HP, Field Cultivator • 14" Double Bottom Plow, 3 p.h. • Terracing Blade, 3 p.h. • Ford Manure Loader with gravel bucket • New Idea Manure Spreader • International Manure Spreader • 8' International Grain Drill with Fert. Attachment • 8* Tandem Disc • International Side Delivery Rake 4-bar Burton Johnson Bruce Crossing Phone 827-3513 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ROVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 932-1830 Ironwood. Michigan NEW HOLLAND 77 BALER—$275. 200 amp. portable welder—$250. Casey Fisher, Route 2, Ashland. MU 2-3395. RED JACKET WATER SYSTEMS Firestone & Goodyear Tire* ROVELL & COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 61 MANURE for gardens. $1 per pickup truck or trailer load. '« mile North of Scotty's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-5451. Fruits and Vegetables 62 Just arrived — Load of FLOWERING PLANTS PRODUCE SPECIALS DELICIOUS APPLES — 3 Ibs. 29c ORANGES — 3 doz. 89c GRAPEFRUIT — 10 for «»c ONION SETS — 3 Ibs. 25c Sweet Onion Plants—2 bunches—25c PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 309 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 561-4252 Open evenings until 8 Sun. morn, tc Memorial Day morn. SEED POTATOES—Russet Rural. B- siie. Good quality. Erickson- Brothers. Phone 932-5790. Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 Popular Varieties of EVERGREENS- POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM Bring your Memorial Day planters to WALTER SULIIN GREENHOUSE 1 ml. S. of Norrie Park HOME AND BUSINESS- Artieles for Sole 71 BEAUTIFUL ACCORDION — Italian ! styled (7-shift, IJO-bais). 1116 Green, bush Street, Ironwood. Builder's Specials 1/8" Hardboard -4x8- $1.80 1/4" Plywood - 4 x 8 - S3 90-lb. Roll Roofing - S3 Roofing Cement — 5 gal. can $3 Roofing nails — Ib. 20c 3-tab Lock Shingles — sq. 6.95 Pre-finished Paneling 4x8 — $4 & up. D & B FREIGHT SALES "Your RED FOX Store In Ironwood and Ashland" DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. W« deliver Ph. 932-4512 Easy Terms Business Equipment 75 COCA-COLA DRY COOLER, Toledo meat grinder, Globe meat silcer. 101 S. Moore, Bessemer. Phone 667-5981 NEW BOTTLE COOLER for sale — al electric, 8 trays for ice cube maker with ice cube bin. Will hold 10 cases Phone 561-5271 or 561-5270. Coal, Wood, Other Fuel 76 10 CORDS DRY 16" HARDWOOD Phone 667-5664, Bessemer Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait CAMPING TRAILER — Sleeps two — $50. Phone 667-4685. Minnows ART MATTERN—Merriwcather, Mich Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who has anything tc give away and does not offer attempt to offer any other thing for sale, may place an ad In thi column. Must be IN WRITING wit! name, address and phone number There Is no charge to the advertiser Household Articles TIZZY—By Kite Osann 'I gave Mother the towels for her birthday!" HOME AND BUSINESS- Specials at the Stores 89 Binocular Assortment 18 different types—yours at RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 332-3901 91 Steves, Furnaces, Parts USED COAL FURNACE— (Holland! — good condition. SIO. Haul yourself. Phone 932-1787. 347 W. Ash Street. Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. 932-0901 CLEANING fc Repair—Typewriters, of- ficc Machines. GEORGE G SEMENAK 624 Leonard St. Ph. A32-3752 Vacuum Cleaners 94 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Heuses for Sale 120 AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars 134 Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Le Lebre 2-dr. 1963 Lo Sabre 4-dr. 1961 Invicta 2-dr. Hardtop 1961 Le Sabre- 2-dr. 1959 Le Sabre - 2-dr. Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC • GMC DEALER 237 E. Aycr Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 '61 Ford Galuxie Convertible, V-8 with overdrive, radio, new tires. Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac 1 . Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 932-1101 OK Used Cars I960 El Camino 1959 Chevy Carryall (9-pass.) 1957 CMC Pickup 3/4-ton 1962 Chevy Pickup Half "ton Lakeside Chevrolet, INC. M1NOCQUA, WISCONSIN Phone 356-3262 IRONWOOD—4 room home—S800. Will sell on rental basis. Write Box Q, Daily Globe. ONLY S600 DOWN will put you In possession nf n 3-hcdroom home on CURRY STREET. Pay the balance of S2400 like rent. A. LIEBERTHAL & SON Realtor RAMSAY—Completely furnished 3 bedroom home—Hansen cabinets. hot water heater, oil furnace—S3,000. Call 663-4291 after 5. Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 ELECTROLUX SALES tt SERVICE C. J. APPLEBEBRY Ph. 932-1357 171 E. Michigan Ave.. Irwn. Wallpaper, Faints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663-4243 for free estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING & PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan. Wonted to Buy 98 Copper Wire. Batteries — 1.50 Highest prices for all other scrap. RICE AUTO Phonr 932-0900 MOTOR AND TRANSMISSIpN for 1955 Chevrolet wanted — 6 cylinder, automatic. Phone 561-2133. WANTED: BATTERIES — 1.55 Copper & Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jcssievllle Phone 93^-9830 WANTED Popple Box Bolts NAGEL LUMBER CO. Land O' Lakes, Wis. 'Ph. 547-3824 CHANEY LAKE—2 cottages one property, large lot—only &Z750 C. C. KEETON. Jr.—real estate broker Phone 932-1912 or 932-3452 LAKE GOGEBIC — NORTH END — White stucco tile cottage — furnished. 4 bedrooms, sunnorch, fireplace. Boat and motor included. Call Besiemer 663-4568—evenings. MINK LAKE AREA—100-ft. lots for sale on Moraine Lake. Phone 932-2705 or 932-1437. PINE LAKE—small furnished cottage 100' frontage with beach, boat. $2800. Phone 501-4002. Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE • MOTEL — Wakcfield OHiway U.S.-2 frontage EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer AUTOMOTIVE- Accessories, Tires, Ports 128 1956 OLDSMOBILE—2 door hardtop, all power, snow grips and 2 extra tires Phone 932-2659. OUR ANCESTORS—By Quint? "Frankly, they call me 'Dangerous' Dan McGrew because I'm a skunk trapper!" Watersmcct Township School District Watcrsmect. Michigan 1950 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE. Also, 1952 Chrysler — good tires. motor needs work. 704 Hcdin Avenue. 1962 Rambler 2-cloor Stand, trans. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 at Douglas Phone 932-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Special! 1961 Ford Galaxic 4-door $595 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone H67-5171 May 21, ZB. June 4 INV1TA.TION TO BID The Board of Education of the Hurley Joint School District No. One Hurley, Wisconsin, Is requesting bids on "Maintenance Service" for all school typewriters—standard and electric This service will include the cleaning and repairing of all machines during the summer of 19015, and the repair to machines during the 1965-1986 school year, as required. Bids are to be submitted on a cost per machine basis for standard and electrical. Bids will be receiver! until 4:00 P.M. June 9, 1965. in the office of the Superintendent of Schools Hur' ley, Wisconsin. ! The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept that bid which in the opinion of the Board will serve the best interests of the school district. JAMES ME2ZANO, JR.. Superintendent Hurley Joint School District No. 1 Volkswagen Trade-in '62 Olds 88 4-door. While Ironwood Auto Mart Hlway U.S.-2 Phone 932-0710 Ironwood We're overstocked We must move these STATION WAGONS •1963 Ford •1962 Ford •1961 Chew •1959 Chevy • 1958 Rambler •1957 Chevy For Car and Truck Tires, see RENTAIS- Apartments, Flats 108 226 W. ARCH—5 room (2 bedioom) modern apartment—water heater, oil heat, garage. 9H2-09G4. BINGO & SON Wakcficld GARAGE Phone 22U-5212 Apartments, Furnished 109 128 AURORA STREET—4 rooms and bath — furnished and heated. Inquire at Bcauchamp Electric Company. 301 W. LARCH—4 downstairs, furnished rooms—bath, hot water heat, hot water. Adults preferred. Phone 932-3457. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor. Ironwood. 932-2138. Houses for Rent 114 GET professional carpet cleaning re suits — rent Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer. $1 per day. Gertz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture and Appliance. WAKEFIELD—City limits—4 room furnished house, garage. Inquire Saturday and Sunday. 108 Hook Street, Wakcficld, Michigan. HURRY! HURHY! •Tire Sale and •Oil & Grease Sale ends Mon. May 31 Save on tires, grease, oil RANGE CO-OP SERVICES Hurley Ph. 561-3444 Mobile Homes 130 WITH IN NEW PIECES in lovely Imported Cut Glass (varied assortment! John Albert, Jeweler Kresge Bldg. Ironwood You'll love the new •Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVESS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever I Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. 932-0300 Machinery and Tools 83 MCCULLOCH PHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefleld Ph. 2<>4-7581 Musical .Merchandise 84 USED RECORDS Galore Take your pick — 20c MUZ1K HUT Ph. 932-3211 Refrigerators, Ice Boxes 87 used Gas Refrigerators A-l condition. TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Irwd. 1 used REFRIGERATOR you haul it — 1.99 GAMBLES — Ironwood Specials at the Stores 89 •/ELL DRILLERS (3) — experienced. Milwaukee and Racine territory — steady work, good pay. L. L. May. 9112 South 13th Street, Oak Creek, Wisconsin, Phone SO 2-9481 or SO 23580. ti BLOSSOM • SET—Stopi blossom drop! Makti blostoraa—sets fruit 1 »mCK§ON.COL»MAy HOWE. Irwd. CAKFET LOOM* for til*. Call I32-31M after B. DAVENPORT, CHAIR. Jungers one- burner stove, combination wood/gas rang*, round oak dining room table- extra boards, kitchen bar IS* long with ample drawer space), desk, bookcase, gateleg table. Tandem tractor disc Farmall "C" tractor with two-botton plow and mower. Hjnlmer Pickera, Hi miles from Highway 51 on Trunk "C", Town al Carev. Phont M1-S13S. IN TIME FOR MEMORIAL DAY Artificial Flowers HALF PRICE BETH PERRY GIFT It YARN SHOP Seaman Bldg, Ph. 932-4121 Sunbeam Appliance Special SAVE $5 to $20 REG. SPEC. Shavers 24.95 19.95 Fry pans (Ige.) ... 24 95 19.95 Clocks t 24.95 Coffee Makers (12-cup) 29.95 21.95 (30-cup) 5995 39.50 Hair Dryers 24.95 t9.95 DIAMOND SHOP > IRONWOOD WAKEFIELD—Compact 3-room home. j Piped In oil heater. Easily maintained. I Phone 224-6411 or 224-5551 for details. , FREE Color TV ANY 12' wide PURCHASE THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes • Factory Homes •Travel' Trailers 10% Down BUDGET PLAN PAYMENTS Open Sundays, Weekdays 9 til 8. Drive over and see our selection of quality homes Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-0097 Ashland, Wis. See the prc-built TOWN HOUSE TRA1LE C R SALES Ph. 561-4887 • 1960 Rambler »1956 Ford •1959 Plymouth* 1956 Buick •1957 Oldsmobile Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER • JEEP , Ironwood Phone K52-5200 Bessemer Phone 667-8821 1»47 WILLYS JEEP Station Wagon — 2 wheel drive with overdrive. 217 Kennedy Street. IEGALS Resorts, Cottages for Rent 115 LAKE GOGEBIC — cottage—sleeps 8, for rent first two weeks in June. Phone 932-4521. Wanted to Rent 116 Boots, Motors, Accessories 131 OUTBOARD MOTORS — Mercury Rocket, 7U-HP. like new—S60. Martin, 2'/ a -HP. perfect—S25. Phone 932-0905. or 3 BEDROOM HOME—Ironw jod or vicinity. Write Don Ostcrman, P.O. Box 24, S. Range, Michigan. ELGIN OUTBOARD MOTOR — 6-HP. Excellent condition. S:!0. Phone 932-4375. 14Ja-ft. glass Runabout LARGE FAMILY needs large home- fulI X equipped. Trailer, JohnsOll 40-HP electric, complete with battery, controls, etc. $850. RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS Ironwood or Wakefield itown or country i. Write Box M. Daily Globe. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Farms, Lands for Sale 118 Ideal Industrial i Housing SITES • 23 ACRES in City of Ironwood on Norrie Park Rd. City water. • 39 acres—ERWIN TOWNSHIP— Cleared land, near Norrie Park, city JOHN TROJAHN Ph. 932-4635 FOR SALE: 33 acres LAND on NORTH LAKE ST. HOME on property with many possibilities. REASONABLE — to settle estate. MARGARET NOVA- SCONE. Admx. Est. of Lester Ander- Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 1942 CHEVROLET TRUCK—4-WD, with 7-ton winch. Also, 1956 Ford. Phone 863-4069. •46 JEEP—Good tires, body and eab. Engine needs overhauling — or can use for parts. Phone 932-1802. 1964 JEEP GLADIATOR 4-WD PICKUP, deluxe cab. Low mileage. Excellent nhape. _ _ CENTURY AUTO SALES—Jeep dealer son, Dec'd. Office Ph. 667-5101 Home— ! Wakcfield Ph. 229-5531 May 21, 2H NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN to the Qualified Registered Electors of the SCHOOL DISTRICT. TOWNSHIP OF WATERSMEET, County of Gigebic, Michigan. THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT, Township of Wutersmect has been called to be held at the Township Hall in the Township I of Wulersmcet on MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central Dnylight Time for the purpose of electing one member to the Board of Educnlion for the term of four years. The following candidate has filed his nomination petitions for member to the Board of Education for the term of four years, to wit: rj ARTHUR HAROLD PETERSON The following proposition will also be voted on. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition: "Shall all the territory of the following Intermediate School Districts be united to form one Intermediate School District according to Act 190 of Public Acts of 1962, as amended." Gogebic County Intermediate School District Ontonagon County Intermediate School District YES Q NO D NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central Daylight Saving 1 Time on the above named day an'i date, j Dated this 17th day of May, 19C.5. Signed. I Milford J. Stcele Secretary—Board of Education May 28. June 4. 11 NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION To the Qualified Electors of the School District of the Township of Ironwood, Gopctaic County. Michigan: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with the School Laws of the State of Michigan that the Annua School Election of the School District of said Township has been called to be held on MONDAY. JUNE 14, 1965 for the purpose of electing Two I2i Member of the Board of Education for said School District, for the term o Three C3i years, expiring June 30 1968, as provided by law. The following candidates have filed nomination petitions for the offices of Member of Board of Education lor the term of Three (3) years, expiring June 30. 1968: Everett L. B. Erickson Stanley Oman Waiko E. Spcts James D. Westccn also for the purpose of submitting the following Proposition: INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition: "Shall all the territory of the following Intermediate School Districts be united to form one Intermediate School District according to Act 190 of Public Acts of 1962. as amended?" GOGEBIC COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT ONTONAGON COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT YES rj NO Q The polls of said Annual School Election will be opened at Seven I7| o'clock in the forenoon and will continue open until Eight (8) o'clock in the afternoon of said day. The polling place for said .Annual School Election has been designoted as follows: GYMNASIUM — TOWN HALL — COMMUNITY BUILDING Lake Road. Ironwood Township Dated May 25. 1965. Stanley Oman, Secretary Ironwood Township School District May 28. June 4, 11 NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION To the Qualified Electors of the School District of the Township of Erwin, Gogebic County, Michigan: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with the School Laws of the State of Michigan that the Annual School Election of the School District of said Township has been called, to be held on MONDAY, JUNE 14. 19B5, for the purpose of electing Two (2) Member of the Board of Education for said School District, for the term of Three (31 years, expiring June 30, 1968. as provided by law. The following candidates have filed nomination petitions for the offices of Member of Board of Education for the term of Three (3) years, expiring June 30, 1968: John K. Jackson Caesar Tiziani also for the purpose of submitting the following Proposition: INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition: "Shall all the territory of the following Intermediate School Districts be united to form one Intermediate School District according to Act 190 of Public Acts of 1962. as amended?" GOGEBIC COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT ONTONAGON COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT YES [j NO fj The polls of said Annual bchool Election will be opened at Sewn i7i o'clock in the forenoon and will continue open until Eight 181 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. The polling place for said Annual School Election has been designated as follows: cereals and lettuce. Because II s req u i r e d in very min u t« amounts, no deficiency has been reported in human oeings .with ;he exception of infants (mostly premature) whose red blood ells are found to be abnormal. No definite daily requirement of vitamin E can be established for adults because it depends on the amount of polyunsaturated fat in the diet. The greater the amount of such fat in the diet the lower the vitamin E level in the blood unless foods rich in vitamin E are taken to offset the depleting effects of the fat. When the vitamin E reserves of the body fall below a certain level the red blood cells wear out at an increased rate. Vitamin E appears to be of benefit in children who eat a protein- poor diet and in those wity cystic fibrosis—a hereditary disease of the sweat glands, pancreas and mucous-forming glands. The tendency in adults to suffer following surgery from abnormal clotting in the veins can be largely prevented by getting out of bed within a day or two of the operation but when, for any reason, this cannot be done vitamin E combined with c a 1- cium gluconate will prevent, this complication. In some women hot flashes persist long after the menopause. If these are not controlled by taking female h o r- mones, vitamin E may be of benefit. Thus the vitamin is found to have some uses not definitely connected with a vitamin E deficiency. Because the treatment of diabetes is complex and because, the victim must assume most of the responsibility for his treatment, the more he learns about his disease the better. Although excellent manuals have been published for the guidance of diabetics, they have not been able to keep up with the recent advances in the treatment of ( this disease. To aid in the solution of this problem a new quarterly journal for diabetics and their families is being published and is already going to over 30,000 persons. Inquiries should be sent to "the Diabetic," 510 Plymouth Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 53411. May 21, 28. June 4 INVITATION TO BID The Board of Education of the Hurley Joint School District No. One, j Hurley, Wisconsin, is requesting bids ! on "Painting Steel Light Town at j TOWNSHIP HALL. ERWIN TOWNSHIP 667-9011. I Garages, Buildings for Sale 119 WILL SELL OR TRADE large 2-car garage for small 1-car garage. Phone 224-6291. Houses for Sole 120 A man's home is his castle— and WE HAVE MANY CASTLt'S priced from SI,600 to $40,000 See this comfortable 3 bedroom home at 727 HILL ST. It has hot water heat, is conveniently located near the high school. SAGE k WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk Ironwood CHECK THESE HOMES ,/ 226 PARK Street / 300 S. LOWELL Street v' 124 W. NORRIE Street J. W. HUSS. Realtor Ironwood Phone U32-4I10 White Pine Phone 88;>-2041 Associates: Jim Huss—Ph. 032-2026 Ralph Butler—Ph. 832-3602 GILE—Cozy, 2 bedroom bungalow. Oil furnace, carpeted living room. $4,600. HOWARD ilARDlE, Realtoi Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 JUST PHONE 932-22II and have your •wn WANT-AD ftarted •( once. '57 PICKUP—Ford, B-cyl. Good condition. $450. Inquire 213 Clemsns St. Phone 932-1314. 1940 PICKUP — half-ton Plymouth. Can be seen al 200 N, Curry, Iron- j wood. Phone 932-5524. 1948 PICKUP— J ,4-ton Chevrolet -very good running condition. 1950 half-ton. John Bugni. Wakefield 229-5543. J955 TWO-TON DODGE—V-8 Chrysler motor. 2-speed rear end. 5-speed transmission, all steel flat bed. A-l condition. Bag mortar mixer. gas engine Hike newi. Inquire 614 Margaret after 5 p.m. 1857 TWO-TON TRUCK (Chevrolet), 2-speed axle, 283 V-8 motor (just overhauled), dumping platform, good rubber . Henry Kassien, Manltowish Waters, Wisconsin. New and Used Cars 134 1963 CHEVROLET CARRYALL Station Wagon—good condition, one owner— $1,500. Phone 932-2234. 1954 CHEVROLET 2-door, good condition. $200. Call Wakefield 224-1761. ; '63 Chevy Impala 2-cloor ~ I Sec RALPH ALLIiNDEH Ph. 932-030* Memorial Field", located at Hurley, Wisconsin. More detailed information un the above project may be obtained Irom the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Hurley, Wisconsin. Bids will be received until 4:00 P.M. June 9. 1905. in the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Hurley, Wisconsin. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept that bid which in the opinion of the Board will serve the best interests of the school district. JAMES MEZZANO, JR., Superintendent Hurley Joint School District No. 1 Dated May 25, 1965. Elmer Mickrlson Secretary, Erwin Township School District The Doctor Says Last of Three Related Articles Although the chief use of vit-j waters-1 amins is in the treatment of vit-' May 21. 28 NOTICK TO BIO The Board of Education of meet Township School District invites bids on the removal of an old hot water tank 500 gallon capacity 42" in diameter and 84" long and the furnish- referred to the US6 Of niaCHl In ing of exact duplicate in size of a new steel tank Installed. The new tank is to be insulated wllh asbestos sheeting as is the old. Bid will be received up to June 10, 1905 at 7:30 p.m. (E.S.T.) at the office of the Superintendent of Schools and will then be opened immediately. Installation to be completed by July 16, 1965. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. PATTERN FRIDAY . Vt '/4 FASHION FAVORITE! — A lacy snood is the perfect head- covering—it keeps your hair in place while you stay cool and J. Sleele Secretary— Board of Education amin deficienc i e s, they may have other uses. I have already large doses to bring down a high blood-cholesterol level. Tocopherol (vitamin E) belongs in this category. It has long been known that animals deprived of this vitamin cannot reproduce and that the vitamin is essential for healthy red blood "ellB. It is ' Oils, Wheat fOUlld germ, in vegetable whole grain comfortable! Add bag for a lovely a shell-stitch set—easy to pack for vacation-taking! Pattern No. 5122-N has crochet directions for both snood and bag; finishing instructions. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 s. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60807 For ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print nany& address with zip code, style WJ, and

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