THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIFTEEN An Inexpensive Want-Ad Will Hire the Employee You Need Now 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1,50 Wont-Ads Ordered for an Entire W«»fc Earn LowMt Hat* Firtl Thro Days - $1.50 - Second Thr«« Days Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received oetween 8 a.m. to 5:00 Dally Saturday until noon. No Want-Art* accepted for s.nne dny insertion or oaneelliitlon niter 9:00 n.m on wtek-dayi or after BlOO «,m en Saturdays, Ironwoed Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In th« City of Iromvood whloh are taken by phone arc He' ccpted with th» understanding that they will be paid- (or within one week. Out-oMown add ara oayabl* In advance of Insertion. Lew Word Rales Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 8c 3-times . ........... He lOc 6-times ............ 17o I6c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge, 2-days S1.20. CHARGED ADS allow oaah rat* when paid within on« week after expiration GROUP of figures count us one word. Each Initial Is considered «ame an word. Example; Phnne 9'.!2-l!2l1 two words MR K McLnorl . three words Write Qox 72 Ulnbe four worda A D Smith At Co. five worda Order lor « days— cancel anytime. Charges at rate earned. local Classified Display Per Inch .................. $2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost Wh»n Paid at Cash Rale 1 3 6 Minimum 1.00 Day Days Days 15 words ..... 1.00 1.50 2.40 Hi words ..... 1.07 1.60 2.56 17 words ..... 1.13 1.70 2.72 1 R words ..... 1.20 1 .80 2.88 19 words ..... 1.27 1.00 3.04 21) words ..... 1.33 2.00 3.20 25 words ..... 1.07 2.50 4.0D 30 words ..... 2.00 3.00 4.80 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS OfferinR a place to live such as home, apartment, flat. rtioin, should begin with (lie street and numbers; u^crt c;ir with make «' car: employment with klml of wnrU; business service with par- llc-ul.ir kind of work done, etc Ads .10 starting, nrranccd nlpluihctic.illy, come first In classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS nre advised to \\rilr WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely Low word rates .illow lull 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 nds restricted to proper clnssiflcntion. ERRORS In advertising should Ue reported Immediately. The Iron- \vnotl Dnlly Globe will not be re- Hponslble for more than one Incorrect insertion. IMFIOYMINT- H«tp Wonted-Nmol* 3] , . "TEENS"' ~ Barn thnt extra spcndln* money th« £*y. way. ;<fo experience n«en«sary. PARLENE BOHOAHO - wahrt-eid Vlvlane Woodard Cosmetlct Director H«lp Won»«d^MaJ«"33 MAN over 21—(o work on final wipe find inspection In cnr wash plant. Also, some maintenance work. Full time job, guaranteed annual aa'ary, Rroup Insurance available, paid "ac'a- lion, iinminl lionun. Please write Auto- Mat or Jane»vllle, p.O . Box 94, Jancsvlllc, Wisconsin. Help—Male or. Female 34 WANTED: Assistant restaurant m/in- af.fr. bHkcri and baker's helpers, rooks and assistant cooks, waitrflssea lover all—for Chicago ipnul Bun- y.-iMi. Call MlnnrqiM 356-6270. FINANCIAL- Business Opportunities 47 GASOLINE SERVICE STATION AND CABINS—located on U.S.-8 In iVako- field. Plenty of land for expansion 14.000 cash down payment. HOWARD IIARDIE. Realtor Phone 361-5414 or 5(51-5068 Money to Loan 51 NEED MONEY? Peoples Loan System 21« S. Suffolk Phone rf'tt-5100 OUR 3BTH YEAR ON THE RANGE FARM AND GARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 ALLIS-CHALMEHS combine. Also 1945 Chevj-oirt 1'i ton truck with stake ratk. Photi" 893-2432. "HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS HOVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 9U2-1830 Ironwood, Michigan Trnctor Tires — all si/,es NOVELL k COMPANY Phone 1-98B-Z410 Ewcn, Michigan 1—Used INT. 45-T BALER • Cunning narn May-Conditioner •FORD MOWERS • McCulloch Chnln Baws t'HANK MILKS & SONS 800 Division St. Hurley Ph. bBl-4376 1—vised SOO NEW HOLLAND BALER 1—used ,-|5 INTERNATIONAL BALER 1—usod John Deere Wire-tied BALER 1—used Under Slunt! FORD MOWKB HAUTANKN IMPLEMENT CO. iJohn Deere dealer) Clovcrland Dr. Dial 932-4502 Fruits and Vegetables HOME AND BUSINESS- Building Materials 74 1/4" Masonite Hardbonrd 4x8 Standard - SI.78 ea. Tempered - $2.10 ea, LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY SAND, GRAVEL, FILL, TOP SOIL Loading, Trucking, Bulldozing ALBERT SAILY •ox 171 Marcnlsco Phan« M3 USED BRICK and chimney flues, used lumber, doors, windows. Inquire (after 9:30)—next to Sharon Lutheran Church, BcBBcmer. Coal, Wood, Other Fuel 76 10 Gallons Infra-Heat Fuel Oil, Free when sou call your MIDLAND CO-OPERATIVE for * SUMMER FILL todny (100 gallons or more). Call 561-3444 and aek about • Tank Protection • Price Prelection nANOE CO-OP SERVICES — Hurley Furniture, Rugt, linoleum 77 Inlaid Linoleum — Inlaid Vinyl With "MAXIMUM OF WEAR .inn minimum of tear" BENNETT FLOORS — Ph. 932 .1376 Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merrlwesthcr. Mich Give Away 80 ANY PERSON tvho ha* anything to give away and does not offn or attempt to Mer any other things for sale, may place an ad in this column. Must be IN WRITING with name, addrovs and phone number, There ts no charge to tha advertiser. Household Articles 81 CANNING SUPPLIES- Cold Pack Cantiers, large fccttlos, colanders, tongs, funnels, ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE, — Irwd. FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning rent Blue Lustre Electric Shampooer—only SI per day. Gcrt/. Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture & Appliance. Used Rlcctric Ranges Guaranteed TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Ironwood TIZZY—By Kate Osann AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 1933 CARDINAL MOBILE HOME — 10 x 30, two bedrooms. Must sell. See at White Pine Trailer Court or phone 885-3462. Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 FOR SALE: Homemade 13 V 3 foot Cataniaram—'fill aluminum. Phone 932-5743. 15' glass Runabout, with controls battery, tilt bed trailer, Johnson 40-HP, perfect condition. Complete rig — $695 RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS "Did you ever notice how the news is just about the same thing happening every day, but to different people?" RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 HUHIJEY—Modern, elc.-in Hpartments— furnished or unfurnished. C;ill William BertngnoJI, Hurley 561-3880. Apartments, Furnished 109 ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 t\ it A M Kciiulai Communication Thursday. Auf II* 7:30 p.m. Knvood H. SJnde. W.M. John W Best, Sec'y Transportation RIDE WANTED to Milwaukee—AUKU»I -1 or 5. Will share expenses. Phone SUI-5030. 62 ANOTHER LOAD red POTATO£S~ 20 Ibs. — 1.79 i wonderful eating) GREEN CORN — U!)c doz GREEN BEANS — 25c lb Tomatoes 2 Ibs. :i5r Caullf. 39c head Also NECTARINES. Bartlett Pears KKW BAGAS, Zucchini Squash, and Rood variety other fresh produce PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 :ird Avc. ph. 501-4252 1 used Electric Range you haul — 9.95 GAMBLES — Ironwood Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 82 Pendants ALL STYLES AND SHAPES Priced from 3.50 John Albert, Jeweler Krcsge Bide. Ironwood Machinery and Tools 83 SPECIAL: CHERRIES — 49,: ib. Slicing TOMATOES — 19c Ib RON & DON'S FRUIT STAND Across from Twilight Motel Visit o^jr ' Snoop Shop" in r^ar HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 Announcements 10 HKAR1NG AIDS—Norelco, the finest. FREE brochure. Trl-SI«le Hetilng Aid Co. P.O. Box 203. Ashlaml Wit. ACME ARSf-INATE OF LEAD >nd SEV1N SOW conlrolii BiiKworms on evergreens RANGE LAWN It GARDEN SMOP iRimge Flour it Feed Store! Frederick St. Ph. 3'12-1731 2<-<- ClODRI^T Insecticide Residual, Ready to use, Fly gpray for Dairy tc Beef cattle RANGE FLOUR & FEED STORE Frederick St. ph. 9J2-1731 COMBINATION DOOR — 6'8" or 2'8"— painted white. Also bathinclte. Call 032-4932—Thnriday or Friday only. RUMMAGE SALE—Continuing a.I Bummer. B12 Iron St.. Hurley. SI. Mary's Choir, sponsor. Call 581-3960—wll pick up any Item anywhere for contributions. WANTED TO BORROW: Old fashioned baby buRK.v. Phone 581-2724 after 8. Friday, call nftcr 8:30. ELECTRIC RANGE. refrigerator. 2 chairs, dressers, chiffoniers. Apt. «1, 133 West Aurora. 8-11.1-5 Monday through Friday. 15 SERVICES- Business Services GKNE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Euficne Stenroos Dlnl Srtl-3451 Wise. &i Mich, licensed & Bonded ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Service Muss, Mich. Phone 1-88S-3242 FRITZ'S U. P. SUMP & SEPTIC Tank Cleaning Service 117 E. Lead St. Bessemer PHONE M7-808J Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS, 932-21U local or long distance moving via ATLAS VAN LINES EXCELLENT USED BUVS Wringer WASHER (Maytagi Table Model TV REFRIGERATOR (Coronadol 16-cu. ft. Chest FREEZER ELECTRIC RANGE (Monarch) AUTOMATIC DRYER (Kcnmore) We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. '.rwd CRIB, buggy, high chair, bathinette. tricycle. Also. 100 feet IV plastic pipe. Call Wakefield 224-7405 TV, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES & SERVICE — ALL MAKES Z23 E. McLeod Dial 932-0510 Evening! Dial 932-3124 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES fc inodeli Dumont sale». Ph. 932-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Couple 31 FREE RENT, heat, utilities ami telephone In completely furnished, 2 bedroom home—In exchange—for yard work and light caic-taking. Private property. located on a lake In this iirea . . . not a lodge. Year around. Hetlred couple preferred. Write Box 90, Mercer, Wisconsin. Help Wonted-Female 32 WAITRESS WANTED. Apply in person. Len's Dairy, Ironwood. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- Correction in oddress High Volume Local Independent Service Station available Salary plus commission and company benefits. Minimum investment required. Write: Jerry Heisler Western Oil & Fuel Co. 2931 W. Superior Street Duluth, Minnesota Phone Collect MA 8-2244 fcnd leave word. Freezer Closeout 3, ONLY 17 cu. ft. upright Reg 214.27 ea. Now 189.95 ea. on display at Montgomery Ward 121 E. Aurora Ironwood Call 932-4400 Just say. "Charge it" Use WARD'S Revolving Charge McCULLOCH CHAIN SA\VS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Pnrk Rd. Wakcllcld Ph. 224-7381 Musical Merchandise 84 DISCOUNT on ALL ALBUMS In (tocK MUZIK HUT — Ph. 933-3SH Special* at the Store* Just Arrived Chain Lamps ONLY 12.95 Good selection—decorator patfrni Metal Clothes Props - 49c Shower Curtain Holders beautiful florals — 1.29 (marvelous gUt Itcmi Metal Cabinets & Wardrobes 14.95 and up A size for every need Brand Name MATTRESSES HALF PRICE King. Queen, double fc twin sizes D & B Freight Sales Your Red Fox Store in Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Avu. We deliver Easy Terms Phone 932-4512 Summer Time and it's "Take it Easv" Time, wilh Electric Appliances • RANGES •REFRIGERATORS • FREEZERS • WASHERS • See ui for specials Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. Wi-0300 DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD — Small apartment—nicely furnished. Phone •32-0988 after S p.m. NonTHSIDE—3 room furnished apartment—including all utilities, ga-age. 1017 N. Lowell or phone 932-3MV7. BIGHT DOWNTOWN—furnished, cozy apartment, fireproof building. CalJ Morgan Manor. Ironwood. Hhone •32-2138 or 932-5530. Retorts, Cottages for Rent 115 ECHO LAKE. MERCER—CottaRe for rent (sleeps Hi. Available uninedi- ately. Phone 9:12-0882. Wanted to Rent 116 SMALL HOUSE or apartment '2 bedrooms i. Close in—one adult. Reasonable. Write Box DDD, Daily Globe. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sole 120 CHARMING! 3 bedroom home — perfect condition, corner lot, close in on the North Side. A. Lieberthal & Son, Realtors 'PAYS FOR ITSELF"—2 family mod. home. Fireplace, excellent cond., garage, near church, schools, 2 talks, fr. to«m. Only »8SOO. C. C. KEETON, Jr.—real estate broker Irwd. Ph. 932-1912 or .332-3452 CARY ROAD ^Highway 771—House on leased land—frame construction. Good for permanent home or seasonal dwelling. Appraised at S300. Iron County Welfare Department, 'Tourt- houie, Hurley, Wisconsin. EAST JACKSON ROAD — 3 bed'-oom, brick home with fireplace, breezeway, 2-car garage. Phone 932-3-137. In very good shape 2 bedroom home — on E. ARCH ST.—close to town and schools. Exterior recently painted. S48UO buys it. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENC V 111 S. Suffolk Ironwood REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE- Houses for Sal« 120 Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 Bon ham Collegiate "EVERYTHING YOU EXPECT OB 1 A SCOOTER . . . ind MORE 1 ." It's nil American. Sec H at BINGO & 8ON OARAGE Wakcfield Phone 2.2H-S213 1963 CUSHMAN MOTOR~SCOOTER — deluxe. Super 9Va horsepower motor, all equipped. Like new. 130 East Oak. 134 Now and Usod Cars 19S5 CHEVROLET V.g, 4 door, stick. Saddle tan. Phone B32-3T88 1957 CHEVROLET - 2 door, standard shift, two tone blue. Very rea*on*b)«. Phone 363-4287. 749 MARGARET, IHONWOOD — 5 bedroom house — garage, 2 lota. Best offer takes it. Phone 932-3OT4 NORTHSIDE—2 bedroom modern -ranch type Home, attached garage, oil furnace, carpeting. Price reduced. Phone B32-09AS. SOMETHING OLD Something NEW LARGE OR SMALL We have them all Call us today for the that'* just for you .1. W. HUSS. Realtor Ironwood Phone KH2-4HO White Pine Photi* HHa-2041 Associate): Ralph Butler—Ph. U.I2 3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-20?* 117 WEST GOGEBIC—Largo 5 bed'-oom home or 2 apartment home, aloving —must soli. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone 932-0323. Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 BIG MARTHA LAKE—Modern year around, furnished home—620' fromage. Ray Moricoli, Mercer, Wisconsin. LAKE GOGEBIC — Lake front lots JOHN WEBER — Box 23ft Marenisco, Mich. Phone 248 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE for ••!•! OU.S.-2 O Bessemer • Wakefleld EMIL J. MASCOTTI — BcMemer Sale or Rent 124 NORRIE PARK ROAD—Modern, 3 bedroom home—furnished or unfuimshed. Five minutes from downtown Ironwood. Located In Erwln Township. Inquire at Rcino Hiipakka's residence, Route 2. Box 401, Ironwood. AUTOMOTIVE- Accessories. Tires, Parts 128 MOTOR and automatic transmission for 1955-56 Plymouth V-8 or Dod^ii. A-l shape. Phone 867-7791 a.fter 5 130 MobiU Hornet CALL COLLECT for information on new or used MOBILE HOMP£ Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland Wll. GET CASH for your discarded Itemi which you are not using. Cast) In on them with a W»nt-Ad to the lor ••!• column* Keep cool! — We have Fans — all sizes • Window •Oscillating • Portables •Hoor (stand) Kilponen Hardware -- Ironwood Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 932-0401 30x60" metal butler building JOHN TROJAHN Ph. 932-*635 If tf» QUALITY you wint It • Maytag and Frigidaiie Sales and Service (Factory trained aervlce men) Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. Ph. SRI-5223 OIL FURNACE—85,000 BTU — $50. Camper — best offer takei It. 148 Harris Street. Phone 932-1478. Pre-Finished KITCHEN CABINETS LAND O 1 LAKES LBR. CO Land O' Lakes, Wls. Ph. 715-547-338,1 VENETIAN BLINDS: One 43 x 62— $2. two—47'/i x 27—$2.50 ea. five— 30 x 82—$1.50 ea. Cornlcei* one 72 x IV, x ft—15.30, three—56 x 8',i x 5— IS el. TV Motorola 21" console —(30. 19SS Old! Holiday, power iteer- Ini and braktt—good condition—S15Q. Call W7-5851 after 8. RUMMAGE SALE — household furni ture, bikes, I860 truck, 1882 Chevrolet. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. 101 Hook, Wakefleld. SINGLE BED—complete. Boy's suit and sport coat (14-16). Miscellaneous Items. 712 E. Ayer Street. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Zeiss - Ikon Contaflex Super B Was $259 - NOW 199.95 BONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bid?. Ph. 937-3801 Stovas, Furnaces, Parts 91 Used COAL tt WOOD FURNACE, square casing, with blower & Automatic control? KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 9H2-2130 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 CLEANING It Repair—Typewriters, ol- ficc Machines. GEORGE G. SEMfcNAK 624 Leonard St. Ph. 332-3752 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SRRt/ICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. 1112-0901 Vacuum Cleaners 94 ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE C. J. APPLEBERHY Ph. 932-1357 171 E. Michigan Ave., Ironwood Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING7 Call 663-4243 for ttet estimate. DON NEWMAN HOOPING PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan. Wanted to Buy 98 CEMENT MIXER wanted. Phone 932-3917. Copper Wire, Batteries — 1 50 Highest prices for all other tctap RICE AUTO Phone 8-12-0900 WANTED: BATTERIES - 1.55 Copper It arau. Wll) pick Jp. CBAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE JeMlevUU Phone W2-3&3Q WOOD AND GAS COMBINATION stove wanted — or — will trade i'or 2 stparate stoves. Mrs. Alvln Phan- memsUll, Box 237, Lake Uoftblc, Marenisco. USED AUTOMATIC WASHER iWest- JnKhouset — $40. 827 East Leonard Street or call 932-4774. RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 10J 225 E. RIDGE downstair! apartment 12 bedroom) available Aug. 1. Shown by appointment. Phone 932-53flli V USE DAILY GLODE Want-Adi to buy. •ell, rent or trad*. 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 limes \6c per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $2.40 These Rates Do Not Apply to Commercial Businesses City Number of Times Amount Enclosed Write advertisement plainly, one word In each space including your name, address or phone. It you want your replies to come to a Daily Globe box number, omit your name and count four additional words for "Box — Daily Globe." A-dd 25c for Blind Box Service. WRITi YOUR AD ABOVE AND MAIL TODAY .Out-o£-to\vn 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 oi Tht Gogebic Rang* and Th* Onionagon Country IBfiO CHEVROLET - 4 floor, straight stick. Must xell. »45Ci. Phone 932-390H. Closeout '65 Fords, Mercurys, Pickups Save up to $700 Bessemer Auto FORD - MERCURY - COMET Bessemer Phone Bb'-BlTl 1803 FORD GALAXIE 800 2-dooT~hnrd top, V-8, overdrive, radio, exi<-llen condliion. Phone 932-0356. 'SB FORD RANCH WON. fl-cvl S585 Auto, shift, transistor radio, clcfii. 3WEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 3S1-4887 1957 FOHD — Tudor, V-8, sta-idard trans. Motor, body, tires—good con dition. Phone Marcniaco 472. '51 FORD Convertible — good con dition. good tires, niolor recently overhauled. Phone 932-5254 after 5:30 1951 INTERNATIONAL Biw Tartl: made into camper. Brand now motor 8 new re-capped tires, body in ex cellent shape. Priced for quick sale 110 Taylor Street, Ironwood. 1859 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE — ncv paint and top. Call 832-2179 after S. July Clearance SALE •Guaranteed Cars •Financed to Suit •Low Prices 52 Cars to choose troin Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONT1AC CMC DF.ALEH 237 E. Ayer Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 1934 OLDS — A good car for $75. Phone 932-5603. 1954 PLYMOUTH—Good motor, tires, battery and brakes. Call 663-4182. 1963 Puntiac Le Mans BUCKET SEATS, radio, 326 V-b Silver finish with black interior. Lahti Chevioler-Cadillac Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. SJ2-1101 1881 RAMBLER 4-dr. $895 6-cyl. overdrive, excellent shape CENTURY AUTO SALES Wakcfleld Ph. -,2211-3531 OUR ANCESTORS—By Quincy "Don't tell me the British aren't coming! Listen! There go the guitars!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal Ready for your vacation? 1965 Volkswagen Sta. \Vgn. 1963 Chrysler "300 Convertible 1963 Imperial 4-dour hardtop 1962 Chrysler Newport 4-door 1961 Olds F-85 4-dr. 1961 Chevrolet Impala 6 cyl. 4 door 1961 Plymouth Belvedere 4-door 1961 Studebaker Sta. Wjrn. 1960 Rambler 6 VVgn. 1959 Forrl 6, 4-door 1955 Ford V-8 2-cloor Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL STUDEBAKEH - JEEP Ironwood Phone £32-5200 Bessemer Phone BS7 8821 Reduced in Price All set up — Ready to go 1962 Volkswagen Camper 0 Priced reasonable • Excellent condition C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 at DoUBlas Phone 932-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Business Mirror By SAM DAMVSON i that would result in still more AP Business News Analyst i federal budget deficits. NEW YORK (AP) — The Viet W the economy grows by 4 per Nam war hangs over the stock cent each year, federal tax rev- market. It also beclouds the enues will rise because the prospects for another tax cut. It growth will produce still higher threatens to swell the defense personal incomes and still high- budget again. It makes uncer- er corporate earnings from tain the plans of many young which the Treasury will collect Americans, either of draft age income taxes. or in Reserve or National Guard B ut Ackley thinks It doubtful units — and the immediate fu- that much, if any, of these in- ture of their families. creased federal revenues can be Stock traders get skitterish used to reduce the steadily when the news out of Viet Nam growing federal debt. He says looks really bad, as distin- that to use them for that pur- guished from Just bad as usual. P° se would discourage economic And when the traders take to growth — and thus lower the the sidelines and cut their risks, personal and corporate incomes prices of many stocks fall, how- on which the Treasury could ever temporarily. War scram- , levy its taxes. Wes the plans pf business con- ' As to which will get priority in cerns as well as of individuals, i Keeping the economy rolling — ooo | tax cuts °r spending — Ackley Hopes of another federal tax &z ** mc1lepend on , T cut in 1966 have been .riding slze , of . tne v ™ Nam *ar. If its high. The very uncertainties cost nses . sharply increased right now in the business out- government spending would look for next year made a tax make tax cuts less attractive. In cut seem more likely. The idea , wafr tltme f ne tendency is for tax was that a tax cut would be the ras to rlse ' not * alL tool the administration would use to pep up personal incomes and thus consumer buyin hence industrial activity. government would need money. It also would want and ttiM^Mnsimerbuylng"^^* 0 dls «;°urage private spending J &1 ! for industrial goods that might compete with government de- But if the Viet Nam war takes a much larger assignment of U.S. troops and money, the defense budget will rise next year. And increased federal spending also is regarded as a pep pill for the economy. This might be all that the administration considered necessary to keep the economy growing. That government planners already were looking to either tax cuts or increased spending of one sort or another as necessary to achieve the growth goals is indicated by Gardner Ackley, mands for them. Mass Personals Mr. and Mrs. Eino N i e m i and son have returned to Phoenix, Ariz , after visiting his mother, MIS. Richard Niemi, and other relatives for two weeks. Sp-4 Walter Ark has returned to Ft Carson, Colo., after spending two weeks here with his mother, Mrs. Elsie Ark. and other relatives. chairman of the President's; August Huotari, Mass post- Council of Economic Advisers, i master, was a medical patient at in testimony before members of I Ontonagon Memorial Hospi t a 1 the joint House-Senate Econom- " ic Cofmittee. The council would like to see the economy grow at a rate of 4 Oscar and Darlene Dalb a c k have returned to their home at Bruce Crossing after attending Bible School at St. Paul's Lu- Volkswagen Trade-in 1965 Karmann Ghia Blue demonstrator cuv condition New car guarantee 0 Wonderfully priced Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S. -2 tro mood Phone 832-0710 per cent a year between now | theran Church and visiting their and 1970. He says that to-aunt, Miss Aiva Dalback. achieve this the government' Mrs Waino Ark, who spent would probably have to continue; five weeks here, left recently to taxing and spending policies LEGAL Want a deal in cars or trucks? M* RALPH ALLENDER—Ph. S32-u30t OHDKR vour W*nt-AH> far A -t»y« Want-Ads Accepted UntiJ 9A.M. Everyday All Ads Will Appear The (SAME DAY Phone 932-2211 July 22, 29. AUK 2. NOTICE OK BIDS Notice is iitrcb.v given th«i Board of Education of the Be Community School. Township it r _. = land. Michigan, will receive sealed bid* up to 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, August i Uth, 1965. to iurnish approximately one hundred thirty U30i ton* prepared stoker coal, oil treated for the l%5-66 school year. Specifications of the coal are to be Included In all bids. All bids to be addressed to. Supet- inlendfiit Edwin i.. CaiUon, U«ryl.iml Community School. Bel'gland, Mi(Miii;an, and plainly • inui'ked on tin- eiutAuue "Bid On Coal." The Hoard 'it Education reserve? the right to reject any or all bid*. and alternate bids, to waive delects ir the same. Dated at Bcrgland. Michigan this Hlh day i>l July. 1965. SiRticd. Mi's. Helen Ashln'nuk SecicUu}, Uoaru of &tluculiuu visit relatives in Chassell and Calumet. While here she sold her household furniture. Last summer she sold her apartment home f o the Masonic Lodge of Rocklaucl The upstairs of the building has been remodeled for lodge rooms. Mrs. Ark will visit in Detroit en route to Phoenix, Ariz., where she will make her home and where she has resided Icr several winters. Mr. and Mrs. Norville Finney Jr., Harper Woods, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harju Anita Harju accompanied them back and will visit relative in Ypsilanti and Detroit. Mr. und Mrs. Rudy Oja and family, Detroit, visited h e t mother, Mrs. Mary Lapalainen lor two weeks.
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