Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 26, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood, Michigan
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MONDAY, JULY 26, 1965. 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received between e a.m. to 5:00 Dally Saturday until noon. No Want-Arts accepted for «,irne day Insertion or cancellation after 9:00 a.m on weck-day» or after 8:00 a.m. on Saturdays. Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS In the City ol Ironwood which arc taken by phono are accepted with the understanding thai they will bo paid for within one week. Out-of-town adu are payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-time 80 6%c 3-times lie lOc 6-t.imes 17c 16c Minimum Charge 1-day Sl.OO. Minimum Charge, 2-days $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow cash rat* when paid within one week after expiration. GROUP of figures count a.s one word. E;mh Initial Is considered «atne as word. Example: Phone 11:12-2211 two words n<l E McLeort .. three words Write nox 72 Globe (our ivords A B. Smith & Co. fivn wordi Order for 6 days—cancel anytime. Charges at rat* earned. Local Classified Display Per Inch S2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash Rat* 1 Minimum 1.00 Day 15 words 1.00 10 words 1.07 17 words 1.13 18 words 1.20 19 words 1.27 20 words 1.33 25 words 1.C7 30 words 2.00 3 6 Days Days 1.50 2.40 1.60 2.56 1.70 2.72 l.RO 1.90 L'.UO 2.50 3.00 EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted—Female 32 KITCHEN HELP WANTED. Apply In person Totem Pole, Cloverland Drive, Ironwood. MOTHER'S HELPER — Clean, Intellt- Bent girl, tor happy family with 3 school-age children. An enjoyable place to st.ty. Highland Park, just 25 miles North of Chicago. Year 'round position. Salary is open. Write Mrs. Maurice Gatnzc, 1077 Rldgcwood Drive. Highland Park, Illinois. "TEENS" Earn that extra spending money the eiisy way. No experience necessary. DATtLENE BOHGARO — Wake( ; eld Vivlnne Wooclard Cosmetics Dlrcrtor Help Wonted-Male 33 EXPERIENCED TREE TRIMMERS \viintpd immediately. References required. Michigan Shade Tree Company. Inc. Phone Marcnisco 592 after 6 p.m. WANTED TO HIRE- Experienced .sawmill men, such as: sawyers, edger- men and laoorcrs. Steady employment with fringe benefits. Write or call Marvin C. Richmond Lumber Co., Inc. 10300 McKoighan Road St. Charles. Michigan 48055 Phone: Area 517 865-:iG41 WANTED: HiGII SCHOOL or Junior College .student for delivery—remaining of summer and week-ends thereafter. Apply In person, Royal Pastry, Ironwood. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINE -Ad Will Hire the Employee You Need Now Want-Ads Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rat* * i r tAfADn IAIAMT Af\ CIV HAVC tf>o Af\ First Thre. Day, -$1.50- S.e.nd Thr.. Day. Only 90c 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 HOME AND BUSINESS- Artielet for Sale 71 METAL BED, spring and matircss, dresser—suitable for cottage. Small vnnlty dresser, rocker. 2 lamps. 2 pair white fiberglass draperies (new). No phone calls. 212 W. Coolidgc Avenue, after 5:SO. SIEGLER SPACE HEATER (large) \vith thermostat. Bottle gas regulator. Nice, large high chair. Phone Bergland 3402.' RUMMAGE SALE — Furriiture, home, 1082 Chevrolet, doors, windows, hike, tools, Harvey Townc, 101 Hook, Wakofield. Used PLUMBING fixtures, doors, windows, gas .vater heaters, furnaces. William Bertagnoll. Phone 581-3880. Building Materials 74 1/4" Musonilc Hardboard 4x8 Standard - S1.78 ea. Tempered — S2.10 ea. LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY SAND. GRAVEL. FILL, TOP SOIL Loading. Trucking, Bulldozing ALBERT SAILY Box 171 Marcmsco Phone 543 USED BRICK and chimney flues, used 'lumber, doors. windows. Inquire nights 4: Sundays—next to Sharon Lutheran Church, Bessemer. Help—Mala or Female 34 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 HELP WANTED PEOPLE for POSITIONS at Major American PUT! Resort 12'a mos.l 2nd COOK 1 WAITRESS 2 YOUNG MEN loutside worki Apply: FROELICH'S SAYNER LODGE Sayner. Wisconsin IMMEDIATE OPENING for full time bookkeeper and business machine operator. Apply in person Paul's Store. Hurley. Situations Wanted—Female 36 Coal, Wood, Other Fuel 76 10 Gallons Infra-Heat Fuel Oil, Free when you call your MIDLAND CO-OPERATIVE for a SUMMER FILL today MOO gallons or more(. Call 581-3444 and ask about • Tank Protection e Price Proiection RANGE CO-OP SERVICES — Hurley Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 77 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS Offering n place to live such as home, apartment flat, room, should begin with the street ant! numbers; used car with make of car: employment with kind of wnrk: business service with nar- ticular kind nf work done, etc Ads so st.irtinK, nrraiiRcd alphabetically, mine first In classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS nre n rt v I s t rt to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition I'lf'riVly, completely Low wold rates allow full description at Mnall cost "The more you tell the quicker you sell." COPY accepted with understanding It m.iy be edited re-arranged to milt style. All ads restricted to proper classification. r:RHORS In advertising should b« reported Immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be re- snoM-slble (or more than one Incorrect insertion. GENERAL OFFICE WORK, including typing, wanted. Experienced. Write Box GGG. Daily Globe. 47 RNANCIAL- Business Opportunities GASOLINE SERVICE STATION AND CABINS—located on U.S.-2 in Wakefield. Plenty of land for expansion •4.000 cash <!r»wn payment. HOWARD HARDIE. Realtor Phone 581-5414 or 561-3060 51 ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies Money to Loan NEED MONEY? Peoples Loan System 218 S. Suffolk Phone H'i2-5100 OUR II8TH YEAR ON THE RANGE LIVESTOCK- Horses, Cattle, Stock 54 We no\v stock complete line Horse Supplies inciidiiiK HARNESSES RANGE FLOUR Si FEED STORE Frederick St. Ph. 932-1731 Inlaid Linoleum - Inlaid V-nyl With "MAXIMUM OF WEAR .inn minimum of tear" BENNETT FLOORS — Ph. »32 ,>d78 Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN—Merrlweather. Mich. Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who has anything to give away and does not offer or attempt to <tier any other things tor 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. TIZZY—By Kate Osann AUTOMOTIVE- 4ew and Used Cars "Father gave me a great idea for Tommy's birthday! He suggested a gift certificate from the barber shop!" RENTALS- Aparlments, Flats 108 HURLEY—Modern, clean apartments— furnished or unfurnished. Call William Bertagnoli. Hurley 5B1-3880. Apartments, Furnished 109 DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD — Small apartment—nicely furnished. Phone »32-09B8 after 6 p.m. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—furnished, cozy apartment. fireproof building Call Morgan Manor. Ironwood. Hhone 032-2138 or 932-5530. Household Articles 81 ELECTRIC RANGE—Hotpoint. 36-inch S25. Sec ;it 427 W. Houk, by the Indian. $1 PER DAY rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. Gem Furniture Co.. Irwd. Hurley Furniture 4i Appliance. Used Electric Ranges Guaranteed TED ELLOS APPLIANCE — Ironwood IHONV.'OOD LODGE No. 389 !•'. & A M Regular Communication Thursday. Aug 1> 1:30 p.m. Krwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best. Sec'y 3 i FARM AND GARDEN- Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ROVELSKY Phone 932-1830 S: COMPANY Ironwood, Michigan Lost and Found LOST: U-HAUI. hand truck. Vicinity of Bci-gland. Call Ironwood 932-4813 after S p.m. or write Richard John- NEW HOLLAND BALERS. RAKES, Hay Crushers. New Idea MOWERS. New Idea SPREADERS ROVELL St COMPANY Phone 1-888-2410 Ewcn, Michigan McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WAN INK SALES & SERVICE n, 215 E. Francis. Ironwood. Mich. > Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-1581 Reward. LOST: GLASSES—McLcod-Vaughn-Mar- quelte-Mansfield area. Ironwood. Phone 932-1776. Reward. LOST: Green parakeet—Sunday West Colby Street. Bessemer area. Phone 6H7-73GI. 1—Used INT. 45-T BALER • Cunningham Hay-Conditioner • FORD MOWERS • McCulloch Chain Saws FRANK MILES & SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. a61-4576 Personals 7 TROUBLED WITH DRINKING'.' Call 1'24-H781. 581-;I930. 8117-7542. 9J2-5I48. AU-oholics Anonymous meeting every Tuesday, 7:30. Bessemer Memorial Huiklinii. 1—used £66 NEW HOLLAND B*LER 1—used *45 INTERNATIONAL BALER 1—used John Deere Wire-tied BAiER I—used Under Slung FORD MOWFH HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. tjohn Deere dealer) Cloverland Dr. Dial 932-450* Fruits and Vegetables 62 Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 82 Silver and Golden Anniversary Gifts Beautiful assormcnt. Including STERLING and GOLD on CRYSTAL |olin Albert, Jeweler Kresgc Bldg. Ironwood Houses for Rent 114 SUNSET ROAD — 3 bedroom. brick home- -oil heat, attached garage. Phone 932-2520. Resorts, Cottages for Rent 115 PINE LAKE—Cottage. (4 rooms> for rent. Call Alaska House, Hurley. Phone 561-9804. Wanted to Rent 116 COUPLE, no pets, wants clean, modern, furnished house, apartment or lake cottage. Must be private. Top rent for desirable unit. Phone 332-1901 — 9 to 5, Monday through Friday. Musical Merchandise 84 105 DISCOUNT on ALL ALBUMS In «tock MUZIK HUT — Ph. 932-3211 Specials at the Stores 89 BLOOD DONORS WANTED to help (Irorsc Johnson, 322 Douglas, reduce Gi.ind View blood bank deficit. RCK- Islcr for August 17 Blood Bank at , Grand View or call 932-0820. Signed— | 209 3rd Ave. N. Kriimcls of George Johnson Fresh load of CORN — doz. 49c Another load of fresh produce due Tuesday morning. PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley Ph. 561-4252 Announcements 10 HEARING AIDS — Norelco, Qualltonr. Auditonc, others. TRI-STATE Hcar- II-.R Aid Co., P.O. Box 203. Ashland. Hearing Aids, batteries and supplies — Zenith S: all makes MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES ft Sri-vice — Irmiwood Ph. 932-0510 HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale I.OSE WEIGHT safely with DEX-A-DIET Tablets — only 98c at Trier's Drug Store — Irwd. SERVICES- BUS! ness Services 15 GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Eugene Stenroos Dial 5*1-3451 Wise. & Mich licensed it Bonded ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Serv'ce Mass, Mich. Phone 1-883-3242 FRITZ'S U. P. SUMP & SEPTTC Tank Cleaning Service 117 E. Lead St. Bessemer PHONE 667-6061 We repair Lawn Mowers BINGO Si SON GARAGE Wakefield Phone 22D-5212 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 It's A "LOAD OFF YOUR MIND" to Call SAFEWAY MOVERS—for local or long distance moving via Atlas Vans 25 TV, Radio Service Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & models Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Female Stenographer Wanted Written applications for the position o stenographer in the Iron Count. Nurse's OMIce will be accepted unti August 2, 1865, and should be mailed to the Iron County Nurse's Office Court House, Hurley. Applicant nuis be unmarried resident of Iron Coun »y, Wisconsin, be experienced typis and have knowledge ol shorthand an general office work. All applicant must report to the Iron County Me morial Building to tnke the require written skill examination given b tile Wisconsin State Employment Sein ice. The date of 'he examination wi . be. set by the Stale Employment O lice and applicants will he advise laler as ill the dale of the examine »ion. ' Wise, home-grown CORN—doz. 5!5c No. 1 White POTATOES—10 Ibs. 83c RON Sc DON'S FRUIT STAND Across fr. P &• M Drive-In Visit our "Snoop Shop" in rear. 71 ACME ZINEB 75 Continue applications for disease control fruit, flowers, vegetables RANGE LAWN «t FLOWER SHOP (Range Flour & Feed Storel 'redcrick St, Ph. 932-1731 Just Arrived Chain Lamps ONLY 12.95 Good selection—decorator pati°rns Metal Clothes Props — 4 l c Shower Curtain Holders beautiful florals — 1.29 (marvelous gift item I Metal Cabinets &: Wardrobes 14.95 and up A size for every need Brand Name MATTRESSES HALF PRICE King, Queen, double k twin MZCS D & B Freight Sales Your Red Fox Store. in Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. We deliver Easy Terms Phone 932-4512 CHARMING! 3 bedroom home — perfect condition. corner lot, close in on the North Side. A. Lieberthal & Son, Realtors ALUMINUM ROOF EDGING Attic Vent Fans KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 932-2130 BEDROOM SET—(limed oak) — twin beds, bookcase headboards, mattresses and box springs, 9-drawer with mirror—30 x 41 — $125. Coffee table—18 x 40—$20, step end table— 17 x 26 — $10. Call between 10 and 12, mornings — 932-1967. FUEL OIL TANK— (125-gaU with 25 feet copper tubing and fittings. Phone 932-1256. ELECTRIC RANGE. — (excellent), 2 kitchen sets lone chrome, one. wood), double bed with spring, mattress; brass bed, wood bed, crib. Call 9325944 5:00 to 7:00. FURNITURE — appliances, women's clothes 1121. men's—38 to 40. Rummage sale in garage. Starts Monday —601 2nd Avenue, North, Hurley. LOOK! GOOD USED merchandise Mercury Mark 20 OUTBOARD Kenmore ELECTRIC RANGE Rotary POWER LAWN MOWERS 16 cu. ft. CHEST FREEZER We trade SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd. "pro-Finished KITCHEN CABINETS LAND O' LAKES LBR. CO Land O 1 Lakes, Wis. Ph. 715-847-3383 Summer Time and it's "Take it Easv" Time, with Electric Appliances • RANGES •REFRIGERATORS • FREEZERS •WASHERS •DRIERS See us for specials Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Ph. u.ti-0300 Win of Bucket full of money (no obligation i GAMBLES — Ironwood This Week's SPECIAL — SAVE — $40 VVebcor Tape Recorder Reg. 169.95 - Spec. 129.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 932-390 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- E arms, Lands for Sale 118 AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 CALL COLLECT for information on new or used MOBILE HOMES Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland Wit. SCHULT MOBILE HOME—2 bedrooms, excellent condition. Inquire 533 Leonard Street after 5 p.m. Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 15' glass Runabout, with controls, battery, -tilt bed trailer, Johnson 40-HP, perfect condition. Complete rig — S695 RAY SMEETII SPTG. GOODS used JOHNSON 40 hp ELECTRIC with controls — like new Also—14' RUNABOUT with trailer — like new. May be bought separately. CHET'S HDWE. & SPORTS Center Authorized Evinrude Sales & Service Presque Isle, Wis. 54557 Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 1952 HARLEY-DAVIDSON "74" condition — S275. Phone 932-1545 after 5. gooi Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 1946 DODGE PICKUP half ton. Need motor—$50. Phone 932-3746. 134 Ready for your vacation? 1965 Volkswagen Sta. \Vgn. 1963 Chrvslcr'SOO Convertible 1963 Imperial 4-door hardtop 1962 Clirvsler Newport 4-door 1961 Olds F-S5 4-dr. 1961 Chevrolet Impala 6 cyl. 4 door 1961 Plymouth Belvedere 4-door 1961 Studebaker Sta. VV'trn. 1960 Rambler 6 Wjm. 1959 Ford 6, 4-door 1955 Ford V-8 2-door Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER • JEEP ronwood Phone tUii-5200 Bessemer Phone fi«7 8821 1963 Renault 4-dr. - $995 CENTURY AUTO SALES Wakefield Ph. 229-5531 Reduced in Price All set up — Ready to go 1962 Volkswagen Camper • Priced reasonable • Excellent condition C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks U.S.-2 at Douglas Phone 932-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Volkswagen Trade-in '61 Buick Special 4-DR. IMMACULATE Ironwood Auto Mart Hi-way U.S.-2 Phone 832-0710 Ironwood Want a deal in cars or trucks? •ee RALPH ALLENDEH—Ph. 932-U306 The Doctor Says OUR ANCESTORS—By Quincy "Keep those wagons rolling! We should be out of Kansas in a few hours ..." SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal NEAR ONTONAGON—very nice modern farm—240 acres. 6 room house <3 rooms newly painted*. Good Buildings. Write Box 42, Ontonagon, Michigan. Houses for Sole 120 130 S. CURRY — Furnished, 2-story home. Complete $4,000. Call 932-4984 or 932-4893. EAST JACKSON ROAD — 3 bedroom, brick home with fireplace, breezeway, 2-car uarage. Phone 932-3'<37. 749 MARGARET, IRONWOOD — 1 bedroom house — garage, 2 lots. Best offer takes it. Phone 932-3074 "IT'S SOONER THAN YOU THINK" School opens soon and this home at 110 PEWABIC ST. is ideal for a large family J. W. HUSS, Realtor Ironwood Phone 932-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 932-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 1956 FORD PICKUP half ton, 4 new tires. Call evenings, 561-2966. New and Used Cars 134 '61 Cadillac 4-door White finish, turquoise interior Laliti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 932-1101 1956 CHEVROLET automatic transmission, body ,md V-8 engine parts, lor sale. Phone 224-6261 after 8. IRONWOOD CITY LIMITS—2-story. 8 room home, redecorated. On 245' x 2(i3' lot. Re:idy for occupancy. S4500. Write Box EEE, Daily Globe. 434 E. PINE STREET Comfortable 2 bedroom home. Automatic oil heat, modern bathrroom and kitchen. IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE or small family. SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk Ironwood 117 WEST GOGEBIC—Large 5 bed-oom home or 2 apartment home. Moving —must sell. Must be seen to IT. appreciated. Phone' 932-0323. EAST JACKSON ROAD — The Alfred Dorow home—3 bedroom, l 1 ^ baths, full basement. Phone 932-1323. 6-ROOM HOUSE to move or tear down. $300. Located 412 South Suffolk. Inquire 325 South Suffolk, •hone 932-4343. SUNSET RD.—Close to transportation, low taxes—2 mod. homes. S4500 to $6,000 —NO MORE, may be less C. C. KEETON, JR.—real cstute broker Irwd. Ph. 932-1912 or 932-3452 WAKEFIELD — Leaving town — must sell. 3 bedroom home — l'-i baths, carpeted, attached garage. Wakefield 224-4581. CLEANING Si Repair—Typewriters, of fice Machines. GEORGE G SEMli-NAK 624 Leonard St. Ph. 832-3752 ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SFRv/lCE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph B12-090] j Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE for saiei • US.-2 •Bessemer • Wukcfield EMIL J. MASCOTTI - Bessemer Wallpaper, Paints 95 MOORE'S HOUSE PAINT — (ready- i mixed) for exterior wood, masonry or ! metal. Good selection of colors. i EHICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. '-'SED furniture, household good? and electrical appliances are always In demand. Sell those you no longer need with an Inexpensive Want-Ad In The Daily Globe. Closeout '65 Fords, Mercurys, Pickups Save up to $700 Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY — COMET Bessemer Phone 66'-51 1955 DESOTO transmission. Best offer. Phone 932-55877 Convertible, standard Needs engine work. 1960 FORD—Excellent condition. S800 drives it away. Ray's Barber Shop. Phone 932-3290. '59 FORD RANCH WAGON. 6-cyl. auto. shift, radio, 38,000. mi. Motor excellent — S570 SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 561-4887 1951 FORD 5-pass. Coupe — suitable for parts. Phone 667-1599 Good Deals on trades on NEW Chevrolets &: Oldsmobiles (good selection of models) Baullinger Chevrolet, Inc. By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D A mother asks whether s h should give calcium tablets t o her 2-year-old son who won't drink milk or eat milk p r o ducts. She adds that her pediatrician did not seem concerned about this. It is true that calcium is an essential element of the diet. It makes up a large part of the bones and teeth. It is also necessary for the proper Junction of muscles and nerves and the clotting of blood. The amount of calcium absorbed from the diet dep e n ds not only on the amount present in the foods eaten but also on the amount of phosphorus in the diet and on the presence of vitamin D and other factors. Large amounts of fat in the diet will decrease the calcium absorption. Although milk and milk products are the chief sources of calcium in the diet of most children, eggs and leafy vegetables are also good sources. If a child gets plenty of these he will not need calcium tablets. An egg —shell and all — run through a blender with chocolate and water would give him enough calcium and phosphorus for a day. If, for any reason, a calcium deficien c y should develop calcium glucon- ate tablets could be given. Q — The doctor says my son, 13. has infectious mononucleosis. What are the symptoms? What causes it? How serious is it? What can be done for it? A — Infectious mononucleo- TOO MUCH MIDNISHT SUM Ontonagon, Mich. Ph. 884-2202 July Clearance SALE •Guaranteed Cars •Financed to Suit •Low Prices 52 Cars to choose from Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC CMC DEALER 237 E Ayer Street Ironwood Phone B32-1440 Taking Long Plane Journey In Economy Class Is Ordeal By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — One of life's little ordeals today is taking a long international air journey in tourist or economy class. The money you save barely covers the cost of having your friendly neighborhood osteopath straighten the kinks out of your backbone. As a matter of fact, after making a round-trip economy flight of some 20,000 miles to and from Viet Nam, I have only one suggestion to the air lines: replace any member of the crew, except possibly the pilot, with a staff orthopedist or a chiropractor. Rocklond Personals Mr. and Mrs. John DeB o e r and Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeBoer and children, Kalamazoo, spent two weeks vacationing at Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kimmel and family, Bangor, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seid, and other relatives. Hugh Slater, Grand Rapids, was a recent caller here. Mr. and Mrs. George Vomas- tek, Kenosha, Wis., visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Seid and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stauder re- sis is caused by a virus that cen tiy has recently been identified, j Mr . and Mrs Joseph i vaneclc y the victim has fever, sore throat and tender, swollen lymph nodes in the neck. The disease is self-limited and complete recovery is the rule. Drugs of the cortisone group and chloroquine may help to make the attack a mild one if they are given early in the course of the disease. Q — My daughter began t o have her periods when she was 11 Va years old and had them every three weeks. She is healthy in every other way. Our doctor says time will help her LET'S GO FISHING Best offer takes it. See at 233 W. Ayer. Phone 932-0803. 1930 MODEL 'A" to get on a fourweek 1942 Chevrolet. > What do you think? cycle. Your doctor is right. , There is a wide variation in the '30 MODEL 'A 1 '— 2 door— $100. Arthur j remilnritv nnrl inrprvnl H. Peterson. BOX 215, watersmeet, I '*=guiamy ana interval Michigan. 30'.\60" metal butler building JOHN TROJAHN Ph. »32-*635 If lt'« QUALITY you want «'• Maytag and Frigidaire Sales and Service (Factory trained service men I Hurley Appliance & Furniture 210 Silver St. Ph. Sfil-5222 REFRIGERATOR, large chest of drawers, 2 upholstered chairs, vanity. Apt. #1, 133 W. Aurora. 8 -11, 1-5, Mon. through Fri. Relax — Enjoy Yourself We have Lawn Furniture ) Lawn Chairs (Patio Lounges • Swing Sets 9Lawn Rocker* Your house need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 663^1243 for tiee estimate. DON NEWMAN ROOKING & PAINTING CO. Use our payment plan Wanted to Buy 98 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Copper Wire, Batteries — 160 Highest prices for all other iciap RICE AUTO Phen. *:i2-0800 WANTED; BATTERIES — 1.5S Copper & Brass. Will pick jp. CRAMBLIT'S RED METAL SALVAGE Jessieville Phone "»:<2-9H30 WANTED: 14' - 16' Fiberglass Boat — about 35 HP motor, good condition. FOR SALE: TD-G Skidding tractor. Write Oscur A. Huhtala, Box 113, Bruce Crossing, Michigan or call 827-35M. RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 rtment • ll-irrlwiirn — Irnmvruirl a25 K RIDGE downstairs apar ll.iru\\die— llUUUOOtr , a bedroomi available AUK. 1. Shown Across ir. Pouer Co, Fh. 832-0101 | by appointment. Phone 832-536*,, NOTICE TO BID The Trustees of the Estate of Chester L. Hoffman, Deceased, hereby offer for sale the residence of said deceased described as: North 90 feet of lot 12 and East H-i feet of the North 90 feet of lot 11, Block 5 Case & Longyears Addition Ui the City of Ironwood (Commonly known as 1 1 1 W. . 1 Street, Ironwood', and will receive sealed bids tor this property at the National Metals Bank of Ironwood, in care of Mr. Fred J. Michetti, until 2:00 P.M. (CDT>, August 16, 1965. Bids to purchase shall not be less than $5500.00, and the Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to accept any bid which appears to the best interest of the Trust Estate. Persons desiring further infurniiUion or the opportunity to inspect the property are to contact Mr. Fred J. Michetti at the National Metals Bank for an appointment. periods in young girls. It i s sometimes two or three years before the regular 28-day cycle is established. As long as your daughter is otherwise healthy tnere is no need to worry. Q—My 3'e-year-old daughter has pneumonia. Could she have, gotten it from being bitten by a flea from an infected pet? and children, Chicago, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bartanen, for two weeks. The Lester McCracken f a m- ily moved to Ontonagon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fredrickson have bought the Lester McCracken home. Mr. and Mrs. Fran Willoughby, Riverdale, 111., are visiting at the Herbert Fredrickson home. Mr. and Mis. Clifford Gougeon accompanied Mr. anc Mrs. Byron Gougeon and fam ily, White Pine, to Duluth re centiy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W ilber visited his mother and o t h e i relatives in New London, Wis. for a few days. Leonard Danielson has r e turned to his home in River dale, 111. after spending a few days with the Herbert Fredrickson family. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beaton, Chicago, were recent calle r s here. A —No. Pneumonia is caused ' erly> Allan Slater and Clyde Feath- Going over wasn't so bad because I didn't know what I was up against. But I had to spend nearly three months in the war zone to get up enough courage to face the trip back. The air line fellows who make the seating assignments must be either sadists .or former sardine canners. Their goal seems always to wedge a fat man in the middle of the three cramped seats. Then the fun begins. * * * A typical row is as follows: On the outside seat is a tall man with legs so long he trips up hostesses several times before one finally tells him he can't leave them in the aisle. So he puts one foot under the seat ahead of him and one under the seat in front of the fat man next to him. And the passenger by the window, on the other side of the fat man, usually is a talkative middle-aged lady who suffers from claustrophobia and is making her first flight. She can't stand being crowded and becomes nervous. Every 15 minutes she has to clamber over the fat man to go to the comfort room. After 1,000 miles her spiked heels have scraped both his shins raw. About then food is served. The hostesses fly back and forth with trays like burdened birds. The theory is that if enough food is stuffed into the passengers they will go into a coma and quit trying to move around. * * * By the time his circulation returns in his arms, the fat man's companions have finished their meal. He weakly tries to cut his steak and winds up with his elbows in the neighboring plates. He is too tired to struggle. He just leaves them there, soaking up gravy, until the hostesses come to his rescue and take away the trays. But if tourist flights are tough on the paying guests, they are equally hard on the heroic, hard-working hostesses. At the end of one stage of my journey, I told one hostess who was leaving, "I guess you girls really feel like a rest." "Oh, our work isn't quite through yet, sir," she said brightly, "we still have to take off our shoes and press the grapes to make the champagne for the return." by germs, viruses or molds that are inhaled. Dollar Bay Man, 28, Killed by Bulldozer HOUGHTON (AP) — Kenneth Weisanen, 28, of Dollar Bay, ! 6ntbn~agon~."~Mrs7 was killed Saturday when a former Donna Floyd. Rapids, visited Jack Reynolds and other friends recently. Janet, Donald and Douglas Luciani, White Pine, visited the Stenson family for a week. Mr. and Mrs. William Retell and family, Detroit, are visiting relatives here and 1 n the Ship Will Be Stare's World War Memorial FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP)— The battleship Massachusetts will be dedicated as the state's World War II memorial on Aug. 14, the 20th anniversary of the end of the war with Japan. waa MUCH ocuuiuav wucu a rormer uonna Floyd. The battleshlo known a «: "Rio- bulldozer topped onto him as he Miss Lynn Razmus recently Mamie "hef one of the 5st s was trying to load It onto a returned from Duluth where she' salvos at the Japanese hor trailer. visited her sister* Miriam. I land two days before y-J

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