Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 31, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, May 31, 1965
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MONDAY, MAY 31, INS. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN NINI People Are Hunting for Bargains—Are Yours Listed on This Page? 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Want-Ails Offered for an Ittrlre Week lorn Lowes* Rat* Pint Throe Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only *0« 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION IMKOYMtNT- Help Wonted-Nmolt 32 HOME AND BUSINESS- uildlng Materials 74 WANT-ADS r*Wtv*d a.m. to HOC O«to, totuxiU? until noon. H» WmvAflt •aoepttd fat ••ma tmj laMTttoa er ecncelUUW •fter S;00 a.m. op w«tk-4*y« «r •fter StOO a.m. *B Saturdays. Irenweed Daily Glob* Phon* 932.2211 WANT-ADS tn tht City •» IranwM* which are taken by phpnt «r« «e• cepfcro 1 with th« un<ter«tandlni that they will b* paid tor wtlhto on* week. OufcoMowro adii ara pajrabla IB advance of Insertion. low Word Rates Minimum 15 Word* Charge Cash 1-time ............. Be «%c 3-times ....... :..... lie lOc 8-times ... .......... 17c !•* Minimum Charft 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-daya $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow eaib r a t a when paid within ona watk altar expiration. GROUP of figure* count ai on* word. Bach Initial is coniM- .arad Mm* »• word. Example: Phon* 932-2211 ... two word* lit) E. McLeod ..... thrca word* Write Box 72 Glob* . . . (our word* A. B. Smith fc Co. . tlve word* Order for 0 daya— cane*) anytime. Charfei at rat* earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch .................. $2.00 Table Shewing Want- Ad Ct»t When Paid at Cash Rat* Nurses Wanted :. N.'s $2.50 per hour P.N.'s $2.00 per hour 2 weeks paid vacation CALL OR WRITE Carlton Nursing Home ARLTON. Minn. Ph. 1218) 384-4258 POMAN—25 to SO years old., preferred, for cottage and laundry work. Write, giving all details: Maple Grove Re«ort, Land O' Lakes, Wliconain. Help Wantod-Malo PELL DRILLERS I2i — experienced. Milwaukee and Racine tnrritoiy — steady work, good pay. L. L. May. •112 South 13th Street. Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Phone SO 2-8481 or SO a- 3590. Builder's Specials /S" Hardboard -4x8- $1.60 /4" Plywood - 4 x 8 - $3 50-lb. Roll Roofing - $3 Ipofing Cement — 5 gal. can $3 \oofing nails — Ib. 20c "-tab Lock Shingles — sq. 6.95 're-finished Paneling 4x8 — $4 8c up. D & B FREIGHT SALES "Your RED FOX Store In Ironwood and Ashland" DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave, We deliver Ph. 632-4512 Easy Term* 'OPLAR PULP PEELEKS Wanted — Kim ball area. Call 56-2261. Guns, Sporting Geedi, Bait 79 WANTED: CUSTODIAN for Lesion Bar, Mercer. Ideal position for married couple. Muit furnish reference*. Phone Mercer 476-2104. Minnows ART MATTERN—Mcrrlweather, Mtch. rive Away <0 INANCIAl- Meney to Lean SI NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM 18 S. Suffolk Phone 932-5100 OUR 38TH YEAR ON THS ANY PERSON who has anything lo 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. Articles • 1 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 3 6 Days Days 1,50 2.40 1.60 1.70 1.80 1,90 2.00 2.50 IIVISTOCK- Dogs, Pots, Supplies 53 CARPETS clean easier with the Blue Lustre. Electric Shampoaer, only (1 per (Jay. Gcrtz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture 9c Appliance. 3.00 2.56 2.72 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 IPRINGER SPANIEL puppies—English pure-breds. Black and white. Phone •32-1188 after 5. Box 63. Vandei'W gen Road. • , " FARM AND OARDiN- ferms, Impltmonts, Supplies 59 NEW PIECES In lovely Imported Cut Glass (varied assortment) John Albert Jeweler Krcsec Bldg. Ironwood Hew Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering a place to live »uch as home, apartment, flat, room, should begin vvith the street and numbers; used car with make of CUT: employment with kind ef work; business service with particular kind of work done, etc. Adi so starting, arranged alphabetically, come first In classification*, other* follow. Hew to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write. WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely, tow word rates allow full description at small cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding tt may be edited re-arranged to suit style, AH ade restricted to proper classification, ERRORS tn advertising should be reported immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion, FARMALL SUPER C, wide front with 2-bottom plow, spring tooth drag and 7-ft tandem disk like new FORD TRACTOR SALES It SERVICE PRANK MILES 8t SONS MO Division St. Hurley Ph. 561-4578 You'll love the new • Hotpoint Range with TEFLON-COATED OVENS •The Frost-Free Refrigerators BIGGEST TRADE-INS ever' Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. •ronwood Ph. KU-0300 FARMERS— It's corn planting time Schuman's "Quality" Hybrid Seed Corn RANGE' FLOUR & FEED STORE 'rederick St. Ph. 932-1731 Machinery and Tools 83 Homelite Chain Saws A MODEL for EVERY sawyer's NEED BINGO & SON GARAGE Wakcficld Phone 229-5212 Get ready for YOUR HAYING SEASON Sec us for BALERS, RAKES, MOWERS and repair parts HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere dealer lloverland Dr. Ph, »32-4502 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7381 Musical Merchandise HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ROVELSKY fc COMPANY 'hone 932-1830 Ironwood. Michigan USED RECORDS Galore Take your pick — 20c MUZIK HUT Ph. 932-3211 Refrigerators, Ice Boxes SPEED QUEEN, ADMIRAL Appliances, Furniture ROVELL ac COMPANY 'hone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan used Gas Refrigerators A-l condition. TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Irwd. Fortilinr, Sod, Topsoil 61 ANNOUNCIMENTS- lodges, Societies COW MANURE for flowers and gar. dens. Pick up or we deliver. Buj now for fall. We are no longer in dairying. Phone 932-4635. JOHN TROJAHN near Norrie Park 1 used REFRIGERATOR you haul it — 1.99 GAMBLES — Ironwood Sowing Machines 88 IHONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. It A. M. Regular Commumoiitlon Thursday, June 10, IMS 7;30 p.m. Erwood H, Blade, \V.M. John W. Best, See'y. MANURE for gardens. SI per pickup truck or trailer load, \\ mile North of Scotty's on U.S.-2. Phone 667-S451. Fruits and Vegetables used Elna FREE-ARM Portable SEWING MACHINE LIKE NEW — 99.50 (termsi VIKING SEWING CENTER 124 E. Aurora Phone U32-141 Personals TROUBLED WITH DRINKING? Call 224-8781, 391-3930, 607-7548, 438-5148 Alcoholics Anonymous meeting every Tuesday, 7:30, Bessemer Memarla Building. POTATOES (old) — 10 Ibs. — 69c 50 Ib. bag — 2.99 ORANGES (180) — 3 doz. 89c ORANGES (113) — doz. 59c Also CANTALOUPES, Cherries, home grown LEAF LETTUC?, Green Onions Radishes, Romaine Lettuce PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 208 3rd Aye. N. Ph. 591-4252 Specials at.the Stores 89 100 Power Telescopes as low as 23.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ironwoo Stoves, Furnaces, Parts Announcements 10 HEARING AIDS — Norelco. Qualitone, Audiotone. others. TRI-STATE Hear ing Aid Co., P.O. Box 203, Ashland. HOME AND BUSINESS- Artieles for Sale 71 USED COAL-WOOD furnace, bonne and air pipes, included. Good shape Make offer. Phone 561-2164. SERVICES- Business Services 15 Acme 5Q£ Malathion Spray kills Aphids, Settle, Lilac Scale, Larvne, RANGE LAWN It GARDEN SHOP Frederick St. Phone 932-173 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITER —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE OOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. D32-090 THEE SERVICE 10 yrs. experience—Free estimates Trimming — Topping Removal SUDDEN'S TREE SERVICE Ph. 561-8410 Hurley Sartini's Hot* BEDROOM SET—including metal bed spring, mattress and dresser. Reason able. Phone 832-5436. CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, of lice Machines. GEORGE G. SEMKNAK SS4 Leonard St. Ph. 932-375 TIZZI-Bf Kate Osami "Get some piQkle on the cheeseburger. My mother insists I have a vegetable with every meal!" REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Heuses for Sale 120 A man's home is his castle— and we have many castles beginning at $1,600 to $40,000 See Oils 3 bedroom home Ht 205 W. FRANCIS STREET Tor choice locations and quality properties, sec our large selection. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood IRONWOOD—4 room home—$800. Will sell on rental basis. Write Box Q, Dally Globe. *51 NORTHLAND AVENUE, Ironwood 2-bedroom modern home, well kept throughout, garage. Reasonably priced. Inquire above address utter 4. RAMSAY—Completely furnished 3 bedroom home—Hansen cabinets. hot water heater, oil furnace—S3,000. Call 663-4291 after 5. SILVER CITY — modern, 3-bedroom home, 1-story, attached garage, carpeting, other extras. J. W. HUSS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Jim Hugs. 932-2026 Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3608 WAKEFIELD — Country home for sale. Phone 224-5301. lakes, Retorts, Camps 121 CHANEY LAKE—2 cottages one property, large lot—only S2750 C. C. KEETON, Jr.—real estate broker Phone 932-1912 or 93J-3452 CHOICE LAKE LOTS — on Pine Lake and Chancy Lake. $20 down and S20 per month. Also cottages on various lakes. HOWARD HARDIE. Realtor Phone 561-5414 or 561-5068 MINK LAKE AREA—100-ft. lots for sale on Moraine Lake. Phone 932-270S or 932-1437. Real Estate 122 For SALE or LEASE • MOTEL — Wakefield • Hiway U.S.-2 frontage EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A RETAIL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY that nets $15.000 per year, and cash down required is only 111,000, in a city of approximately 3,000 population, contact HOWARD HARDIE, Realtor Hurley, Wisconsin No telephone information. GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Eugene Stenroos Dial 861-3451 Wise. & Mich Licensed & Bonded COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD furnishing —kitchen, living room, bedroom. Also clothing. 301 West Lead, Bessemer Phone 663-4S7S, Wallpaper, Paints 95 Moving, Trucking, Storage 2( Complete stock — INSECTICIDES RAID, OFF, ANTROL * others. . ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irw Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 603-4343 for free estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOFING & PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan. Wearing Apparel, Purs 97 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS. 831311S local or long distance moving via ATLAS VAN LINES DINING BOOM SET, dresser spac heater, miscellaneous household Items. Phone »32-4»7S. TV, Radio Service MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES t SERVICE — ALL MAKES 223 E. McLeod Dial U32-03V Evenings Dial 833-3114 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES * model Dumont sales. Ph. B33-2ISO anytime II Ifa QUALITY you want, If* Maytag and Frigidaue Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance &c Furniture 910 Silver St. Ph. 561-532 For those SUMMER WEDDINGS Men, rent your formal attire ALBERT'S CLOTHING ft SHOES Suffolk St. Ironwood Wanted to Buy Copper Wire, Batteries — l.fiO Highest prleee tor all other icrap, RICE AUTO Phonr 932-0800 Roofing, Siding, Insulation 26 FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Counter Top Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 WANTED: BATTEHIES — 1.65 Copper tt Brass. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jessieville Phone 932-9830 Your roof storm-damaged? NEED A NEW ROOF? Free e»timates — Labor & material! LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY GOOD USED SPECIALS Mont. Ward REFRIGERATOR Westlnghouae DRYER Maytag wringer WASHER 38" Hotpoint ELECTRIC RANGE 2 Coniole TV sets •EARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd WANTED Popple Box Bolts NAGEL LUMBER CO. Land O- Lakes, Wis. Ph. 547-3824 EMPLOYMINT- Holp Wontod-Pomolo 32 HIGH CHAIR, buggy, crib, 10" tricycle training chair. Boy's overcoat—size 6 Phone 561-5676. RENTALS^ Apartments, Flats 108 TWO GIRLS . . . over IT, wanted io baby sitting and light homework, Chi cago and Chicago suburb area. Call 224-3501. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- Let's get cuttin' We have complete stock of famous Reo Power Mowers (a ill* Ic type for every need) Kilponen Hardware Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 932-040 168 MICHIGAN AVENUE—3 room heated apartment. Water provided, sep• arate access to basement. Inquire above address. 826 W. ARCH—5 room (2 bedroom) modern apartment—water heater, oil heat, garage. B32-OS64. Apartments, Furnished 109 FREE! FREE! WIN A Transistor RADIO Retail Value - $39.95 • Just Register • No Obligation BOYER'S Mileage Stations Downtown -~ Cor. Mcleod & Suffolk Dial 932-4501 Hiway-2 — Cor. Lowell & Cleveland 'Dial 932-01 40 JUST AHRIVED — NEW SH1PMEN Spice Shelves (all sizes) Perfect for weddlni Gifts BETH PERRY GIFT It YARN SHOP Seaman Bldg. Ironwood Need new Window Shades? LEAVE THE OLD ROLLER with i» We'll cut and have 'em ready EXCELLENT SELECTION—11.89 & up McKEVITT, KERSHNER, PATRICK CO. ill B. Suffolk Ph.932-1130 RAIN (HITTERS Aluminum ROOF EDGINGS KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora St. Ph. W1-I1SC We have Blades for your Lawn Mower — 17" to 24" Al»o — 10-lb. pXf. LIME for your home garden *ANOE CO-OP SERVICE* Hurley Ph. 561-3444 Iqulpmont 75 NEW BOTTLE COOLER for sale — all electric, 8 traya for ice cube maker with ice cube bin. Will hold 10 cases. Phone 581-S3T1 or 561-5270. 301 W. LARCH—4 downstairs, furnished rooms—bath, hot water heat, hot water. Adult* preferred. Phone 932-3457. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, coij apartment in fireproof building. Call Morgan Manor, Ironwood, 932-2138. Business Places for Rent 111 SUFFOLK STREET—Office space for rent. Will redecorate to suit. Phone 932-3802. Houses for Rent 114 WAKEFIELD—Compact 3-ropm home. Piped In oil heater. Easily maintained. Phone 224-WU or J24-55S1 for details. AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 FREE Color TV WITH ANY 12' wide PURCHASE IN THE MONTH OF MAY •Mobile Homes •Factory Homes •Travel' Trailers 10!S Down BUDGET PLAN PAYMENTS Open Sundays, Weekdays 9 111 t. Drive over and see our (election of quality home* Northland Mobile Homes Dial 882-6097 Ashland, Wit See the pre-built TOWN HOUSE by Rollohome (24 x 36) on display SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 561-4887 Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 AUTOMOTIVI- Now and Used Cars 134 Anniversary Special 1965 MERCURY Breezeway 4-dr. $2475 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY - COMET Besiemer Phone 667-5171 '62 Bel Air 4-door 6-CVL. STAND. TRANS. BatUo. Satin silver with red Interior. SHARP Laliti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 932-1101 '63 Chevy Impala 2-door See RALPH ALLENDER Ph. 932-0306 Choose One to PLEASE YOU 1964 Dodge Polara V-8 4-door Hardtop 1964 Plymouth 6-cyl. 2-door, automatic 1962 Chiysler 300 Hardtop 1960 Oldsmobile 88 4-door 1959 Rambler 6-cyl. \Vagon * * '* "1963 Cruiser, Inc. 16-H Boat with 75-IIP Johnson Motor and Trailer Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. Tigers' Manager Resumes Duties By BERME KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Charlie Dressen, a wee bit softer spoken but as perky as ever, was to resume his managerial duties today when the Detroit Tigers met the New York Yankees in a holiday doubleheader in New York. Dressen has been out of action since March 8 when he suffered a minor heart attack at the Tigers' spring training camp In Lakeland, Fla. Coach Bob Swift took charge and returned command ol the club to Dressen with A 24-13 record and the Tigers In third place In the American League. Swift will remain in the du gout, and act as Dressen ' legman. j "Swift will talk to the players, and deliver my messages for j me," Dressen said. "I'D take I the walks to the pitching mound' and call in the relief pitchers myself." ] Pitching Coach Stubby Overmire, who had been on the bench with Swift, will return to the bullpen. This is one of the few immediate changes under Dressen. Another will have Mike Roaike, a second string catcher last season and a coach this year, warm up the starting pitchers. Jackie Moore has been catching the pre-game war- mups. "Mike knows the pitchers a little better and they'll listen to his advice," Dressen added. Dressen said that except for a slight cold, he is feeling fine and Is convinced he has "completely recovered from the attack." He has boasted of walking three miles every day, a fact later confirmed by newsmen who measured the round-trip route from his hotel. "I was going to come back a week ago but the doctor advised me to wait a while longer," Dressen said. Dressen revealed that the Tigers have been talking trades with a number of teams and added there was some chance a deal would be completed before the deadline next month. "We are looking for a pitcher, but so .is everyone else. "We could have made a couple of deals by now, but none of them were for a pitcher. We don't want to make a trade just to be able to say we made one," Dresden added. Swift, who piloted the Kansas City Athletics to a 13-2 record in 1959 when Manager Harry Craft CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER Ironwood Bessemer JEEP Phone 932-5200 Phone 667-8821 Buick Trade-Ins from Satisfied BUICK Owners 1963 Le Lebre 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 137 E. Ayer Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 14' ALUMA CRAFT — model FD. 1958 Johnson 35-HP motor, controls. Excellent condition — $340. Phone White Pine 885-3621. 14)j-ft. glass Runabout fully equipped. Trailer, Johnson 40-IIP electric,, complete with battery, controls, etc. $850. RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS 13-ft. PLYWOOD BOAT and factory made trailer with winch. $75. Phone 561-3877. 12-FT. PLYWOOD BOAT—good condition—$30. Phone 893-2225, Saxon, after 5. MotorcyUs, Bicyclts 132 1961 MOTOR SCOOTER—small — good condition. Reasonably priced. Phone 663-4079. Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 1954 CHEVROLET 5 - compartment, 1000-gal. tank truck Dual meters—$875 1958 CHEVROLET 5 - compartment. 1000-gal tanka truck: No meter*, elec- trie rewind on curb side—$1476. RANGE CO-OP SERVICES — Hurley Wanted to Rent 116 LARGE FAMILY needs l»r«« homo- ironwood or Wakefietd (town or country). Write Box M, Daily Globe. REAL ISTATI FOR SAll- Housts for Sal* 130 DO YOU DO REPAIR WORK at anj ktndT Inform the public. People want to ta»w ftkmii M. UM • Ve*t*eV ONLY $600 DOWN will put you In possession nl a 3-bedi-oom home on CURKY STREET. Pay the balance of $2-100 like rent. A. LIEBERTHAL & Ik-altor 1964 JEEP GLADIATOR 4-WD PICKUP, deluxe cab. Low mileage. Excellent shape. CENTURY AUTO SALES—Jeep dealer Wakefleld Ph. 329-553) 1MO PICKUP - half-ton Plymouth. Can be seen at 200 N. Curry, Iron, wood. Phone 932-3524. 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. MINOCQUA, WISCONSIN Phone 356-3262 was hospitalized, said it had been a "lot of fun," and added: "I guess I proved to myself and to a lot of other people that I can manage a major league team." Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota ... 26 Chicago 26 Detroit 24 1950 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE. Also, 1B52 Chrysler — good tires, motor needs work, 704 Hedln Avenue. 1954 PONTIAC 2-door. Recently overhauled. Phone 932-1133. 1962 Rambler 2-door 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 OUE ANCESTORS—By Qolncy "Look, folks, there isn't a lawyer in all Nevada Territory, You'll have to go to California if you want a divorce!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal A DOMESTIC ARGUMENT WHEN The Washington Scene 14 .650 — 15 .634 V 18 .571 3 Baltimore ... 24 20 .545 4 Cleveland ... 20 19 .513 5V Boston 20 20 .500 6 Los Angeles . 23 23 .500 6 New York .. 18 25 .419 9V Washington . 18 28 .391 11 Kansas City 10 27 .270 14V Saturday's Results Detroit 1, Cleveland 0, 10 innings Chicago 6, New York 3 Minnesota 11, Washington 8 Kansas City at Boston, rain Los Angeles 3, Baltimore 1, N Sunday's Results New York 3, Chicago 2, 12 innings Cleveland 10, Detroit 2 Minnesota 6, Washington 0 Baltimore 4, Los Angeles 3 Boston 3, Kansas City 2, 11 innings Today's Games Los Angeles at Boston Chicago at Cleveland, 2 Kansas City at Washington, 2 Minnesota at Baltimore, 2 Detroit at New York, 2 By BRUCE BIOSSAT WASHINGTON (NEA) Incredibly, the Republicans have a 1 lowed the bid for the important New Jersery governorship t o tail into third place on their calendar of major 1965 events. The GOP race for the nomination, to be settled In the June 1 primary, is a very tired affair. It is almost being outdone by the early speculations that Republican Sen. Clifford Case may have former Gov. Robert Meyner for a Democratic challenger in 1966. New York Rep. John Lindsay's late leap into the New York City mayoralty ba t tie against Mayor Robert Wagner thrust that race into top thrust that race into top prominence. And Virginia Republicans' decision to scrap hard for the Negro vote with their moderate governorship nominee, Linwood Holton, puts some zest into that one. In New Jersey, always a rich plum, Republicans are offering the voters a choice between two state senators, Wayne Dumont, two-time primary loser, and Charles Sandman, 1964 G o 1 d- water supporter. * * * Neither one is given much of a chance to unhorse Democratic Gov. Richard' Hughes, though the incumbent has lit no fires in Trenton. Dumont, having organizational backing from all but three or Volkswagen Trade-in '62 Olds 88 4-cloor. White Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Phone 932-0710 Ironwood 1947 WILLYS JEEP Station 2 wheel drive with overdrive. 217 Kennedy Street. your W»nl-A<1» 'or « IMS TWO-TON DODGE—V-l Chrysler motor, 2-gpeed rear end, 3-speed transmission, all steel Hat bed A-l condition. Bag mortar mixer, gas engine Hike new I. Inquire 814 Margaret after 5 p.m. New qnd Used Cars 134 19S4 CHEVROLET 2-door. good condition. $200. i Call WakeUeld 124-17S1, Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Rocky Colavito, Indians, drove in five runs with his 10th homer and three singles as Cleveland walloped Detroit 10-2. PITCHING — Camilo Pascu al, Twins, remained unbeaten by winning his sixth game with j a four-hit, 5-0 victory over 1 Washington. National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 28 16 .636 — San Fran. .. 25 20 .556 3'/a Cincinnati 23 19 .548 4 Milwaukee ..21 18 .538 4VSi St. Louis ... 23 20 .535 4Va Houston 22 25 .468 7M» Chicago .. 20 23 .465 7Vis Philadelphia 20 23 .465 7V5 Pittsburgh 19 24 ,442 8V'a New York . 16 29 .356 12'/i Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 7, New York 4 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2 Houston 4, st, Louis 3, 10 innings 1 San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 4 Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 3 Sunday's Results Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1 Milwaukee 6, Houston 5 Los Angeles 12, Cincinnati 5 San Francisco 3, St. Louis 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh 9-12, New York 1-0 Today's Games Mew York at Chicago, 2 Crampton PGA Winnings Rise INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Australian Bruce Crampton, only three-time winner on the PGA circuit this season, headed today for Flint, Mich., where double-winners Jack Nicklaus and Doug Sanders will be awaiting him in the Buick Open. Crampton moved close to pace-setting Nicklaus and ahead of Sanders in 1965 money winnings as he edged Lionel Hebert and Jacky Cupit by one stroke Sunday to win. the "500" Festival open Golf Tournament. The victory was worth $15,200 to Crampton and boosted his season's winnings to $43 095.17. Nicklaus, who did not play here, leads at $47,900. Sanders, who withdrew because of an injury during the first round, is third at $37,166.11. The handsome Aussie shot 7170-67-71—279 over Greentree Country Club's 7,002-yard par 71 course. His third round gave him a two-stroke lead going into the final 18, and he stood off the challenges of Hebert and Cupit at the finish. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Milwaukee at Houston, N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, 2 St. Louis at San Francisco four of New Jersey's; 21 counties, has to be the favorite. In a screening session months ago. party leaders picked him by a 31-29 vote. At that time Sandman ac cepted the verdict. Now he calls it a "sleepy man's vote," since a 30-30 deadlock was broken by a weary leader who switched after looking at his watch and deciding it was time to go home. The main string to Sandman's bow is his opposition to a state sales tax, which Dumont long has approved. New Jersey is one of the few populous states in the nation without any broad- based tax. But several party p r o - fessionals say the real steam is out of this issue today. T he y point to such signs as endorsement of a sales tax recently by W. Paul Stillman, board chairman of the First National State Bank of New Jersey. • Consequently, they question how much mileage Sandman can get out of arguing 'that the June 1 test is "not a primary but a referendum on a broad- based tax." -.'•,:• Whoever wins the nomination apparently is going to have serious money problems in the race against Hughes. As in so many places, the GOP is hurting financially in New Jersey. M e a n- time, a $250-a-plate Democratic fund-raiser this spring sold out to the walls. * * * Not even New Jersey's often militant right wing can put any juice into the 1965 primary. Sandman has the support of some Goldwaterites, though not all. Yet the ideological issue seems even tamer than the, tax matter. Some New Jersey specialists say the right-wing militants seem to look upon the Dumont- Sandman race as a practice run for 1968. Their old target, the loberal, maverick Case, is again their real objective. Stepped-up recruiting by the John Birch Society in the state is reported. A Birch official, John Rousselot, recently paid a visit. Not long ago a state trooper resigned his job to become Birch co-ordinator for Atlantic County. To play their cherished game of "get Case," the Birchers find other arch-conservatives will need more than membership drives. They have to find 'a salable candidate to oppose the senator in the 1966 primary. No good prospect has surfaced yet. Given the Birch Society's concern with Case, the Dumont- Sandman jockeying over this) group (Dumont rejects it, Sandman is silent) seems almost ^irrelevant. Their bigger task is to ktep the June 1 primary — which comes on the heels of a long Memorial Day weekend —fron% appearing just about as irrejs> vant, , ,

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