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FRIDAY, JUNE 18,1963. IRONWOOD DAILY GIOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Cost Rates for Want-Ads Provide W 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE DAYS $1.50 REVfN WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-AM rw«««d kttWMB • .a.m. to 5:00 Daily fetuftlay until noon. ,W* Want-Adi eeeeptM 'for •ame d«j tneertlen or cancellation ««*•• •'<» «.m. OB weck-dajre or after lipO a.m. on latunlayi. Ironweed Dolly Glob* •bane 932-2211 WANT-ADi la the City ot iron wood which- art taken nj pbona art accepted with the understanding thai they will be paid (or within oat week. Out-of-town ada aro payable In advance of tneertteo. Lew Word Rates Minimum 15 Wordi Charge Cash 1-time' Be 8ttc 3-timei ;.. lie lOc 8-Umes ....:.. 17c 16c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00 y Minimum Charge, 2-dayi $1.20. CHARGED ADS allow oath rait when paH within on* waek after expiration. GROUP of figure* count •a ono word. Each initial la conild- ered time aa word. Example: Phone. 132-3211 two wordi 118 E. McLeod three word* Write Box 72 Globa ... (our word* A, B Smith fc Co. ... five worde Ordtr (or • days—cancel anytlmo. Chargei at rate aarnad. Local Clarified Display Ppr. Inch $2.00 Table Shewing Want-Ad Celt When Paid at Cash Rate Minimum 1.00 15 words 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 2.72 2.88 3.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 1.70 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.50 3.00 Mew Ads Are Arranged •WANT-ADS Offering a place to Jive tuch as home, apartment flat, room, should begin with . the' ttreet and numbers; user) car with make of car: employment with kind of work; business service with par- :ticular kind of work dona. etc. Ada ao starting, arranged alphabetically, come first In classifications, others follow. ' How to Write Ad* . ADVERTISERS art advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, completely. Cow word rates allow full description at amall cost. "The more you tell the ' qulcktr you sell." COPY accepted with understanding • It may be edited re-arranged to suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. 'ERRORS' to advertising should bt reported Immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be re, sponsible for mort than one Incorrect Insertion. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodges, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday, July 8, 1965 7:30 p.m. Erwood H. Slade, W.M. John W. Best, Sec'y. Announcements 10 HEARINtf AIDS—Norelco, the finest. FREE brochure. Tri-State Hearing Aid Co. P.O. Box 203, Ashland, Wis. RUMMAGE SALE — Friday. Men's, women's, girl's clothing, household Hems, furniture, dress form. 100 West Francis: SERVICES- BUS! nets Services 15 GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE i Eugene Stcnroos Dial 561-3451 Wise. & Mich Licensed & Bonded ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Service Mass, Mich. Phone 1-813-3243 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 Call SAFEWAY MOVERS. 93Jaill local or long distance movln* via ATLAS VAN LINES Photography 22 Up to 3 days' service on .ill Color movie & slide FILM DEVELOPING by KODAK RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP Michael's Bldg. Ph. 9,i2-3901 TV, Radio Service 25 MATTSON'S ZENITH TV SALES i SERVICE — ALL MAKES 923 E. McLeod Dial 932-0910 . Evenings Dial 932-3124 Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & models Dumorit s»les. Ph. 932-8830 anytime. Roofing, Siding, Intulotion 26 Need a new Roof or Siding? Get FREE ESTIMATE from your local, reliable dealer LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY EMPLOYMENT- Help Wonted-Couple 31 COUPLE WANTED for general resort work. Bent's Resort, Land o' Lakes. Phone 547-3487. Help Wonted-Female 32 IMPIOYMENT- Help Wonted-Male 33 BARBER—Steady job, food pay. Sanitary Barber Shop, 127 E. Mary Street. Besiemer. Phone 887-7141. EXPERIENCED Body Man Must have thorough knowledge of every phase of body repair business. Good pay, many fringe benefits, retirement plan — Contact — Olson Motors, Inc. Marquette. Michigan Phone CA 8-8569 • MR. WELDON HAHT Help-Male e> female) 34 MANAGER-BOOKKEEPER wanted for Saxon Consumer's Co-op Association, Saxon, Wisconsin. Immediate employment. MAN OR WOMAN 1 Earn S300 per week and up full time, or $30-$60 part time. Supply established demand for Haw- leigh Products in Gogebic County or Ironwood. Write Rawleigh's, MCF-311115, 1000 Third Street, North. Minne- apollE, Minnesota, FINANCIAL- Business Opportunities 47 DRIVE-IN—Fully equipped, ready to operate. On U.S.-51, Mlnocqua. Wisconsin. Write Box- FF, Daily Globe. Money to Loan 51 NEED MONEY? PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM SIS S. Suffolk Phone 932-3100 PUB 38TH YEAH ON THE RANGE LIVESTOCK- Dogs, Pets, Supplies 53 GOOD SUPPLY of Land O' Lakes Dog Food RANGE FLOUR «c FEED STORE Frederick St. • ph. 932-1731 SIBERIAN HUSKY Pup, male, S months old—for sale verv reasonable. Call Wakefield; 224-2894. Horses, Cattle, Stock 54 PALAMINO MARE — Well-trained, pleasure and saddle horse. Also complete riding equipment. Wakefield FARM AND GARDEN- Farm, Dairy Products 58 WATER PUMP WORKING RIGHT? Call 561-3444 for Sta-Rile Water Pumps and Service Range Co-op Services Hurley We have- AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDER Service Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 NEW HOLLAND BALERS, RAKES HAY CRUSHERS. Trades & Terms ROVELL & COMPANY Phone 1-988-2410 Ewen, Michigan O)l used FORD PTO BALER • Cunningham Hay-Cenditloner • FORD MOWEHS • McCulloch Chain Saws FHANK MILES & SONS 600 Division St. Hurley Ph. 961-4576 TRACTOR TIRES ... all rizes ROVELSKY & COMPANY Phone 932-1830 Ironwood, Michigan 1—used MOWER—fits A.B.H.M. International TRACTOR Used & New SIDE DELIVERY RAKES 1—used JOHN DEERE #5 MOWER ir-used John Deere Hay Conditioner NEW HAY CONDITIONERS HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO. Cloverland Dr. ph. 932-450J Fruits and Vegetables OPENING FOH Catalogue Mail Order Clerk—on -or about July 30. Apply In person—Gambles Store, Ironwood. SECRETARIAL - STENOGRAPHIC — Ability at shorthand, legal dictation, typing necessary. Steady employment, good salary with fringe benefits. Write Box GG, Dally Globe. WAITRESSES WANTED—18 or over, full time. Apply in person Bundy's Restaurant, Bruce Crossing, Mich, WANTED IMMEDIATELY — Experi- •nced woman for resort kitchen ' work. Mature, stable, room and.. • board, and good salary. Start at once. Phone Minocqua 356-5433. WANTED: WOMEN to assist u> kitch- •n, housekeeping and laundry departments. Year around job. Call Weed- ruff 3M-U22 or write Lakeland Me. morlal Hospital. Woodruff, Wisconsin. WOMAN for general cleaning. Apply in person—between 10 and 11 a.m., Friday. Twilight Time Motel, Bait V.8.-3.. . WANTED; COMBINATION SHEET metal ajnd furnace man. Steady em- ploymeiff One man shop. 23 miles from. Milwaukee. Write Box EE, Daily Globe; giving qu»lillc»tioni, ••*• ete. BANANAS — 2 Ibs. 23c TOMATOES—family size bskt.—45c- RON & DON'S FRUIT STAND Across from P & M Drlvc-In U.S.-2 FRESH LOAD PLANTS, FLOWERS and fresh PRODUCE—just arrived No. 1—B red & white POTATOES 10 Ibs. 69c Large CELERY — 25c BANANAS — 2 Ibs. 25c Hothouse TOMATOES — Ib. 29c PLUMS—Ige. sweet—2 Ibs. 85c PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurlev 209 3rd Ave. N. Ph. 581-4252 Seeds, Nursery Stock 67 REDUCED PRICES on all Flower and Vegetable ' Plants WALTER SULIIN GREENHOUSE 1 ml. South of Norrle Park HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 Acme Fruit Tree Spray and ACME SEVIN 50-W All season cover spray for aooles. RANGE LAWN & GARDEN SHOP Range Flour & Feed store 120-BASS ACCORDION—7-shift. Italian styled—like new — for sale. Ills Greenbush Street. Ironwood. COMBINATION GAS AND WOOD kitchen rantfe. Good condition. Reasonable. Phone 932-3576. DEEP FREEZE — Kelvinator upright, Pnilco radio — phonograph combination, gas water tank, bathtub—(ink (4 years old), baby swing sets, strol- ] « r - buggy, 101 Hook Street. field. Michigan. GARDEN HOSE, LAWN SPRINKLERS. Sprinkling Cans. INSECTICIDES. Weed Killers, Plant Foods, etc. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd, GOOD USED MERCHANDISE 16-HP JOHNSON OUTBOARD <notor Boy's 26-ln. BICYCLE Clinton CHAIN SAW 2 ROTARY Lawn Mowers SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Irwd LARGE JUNGEHS HEATER with thermostat. Call 932-0872. LARGE 30" OVEN with rotisserie table-top stove and hood—all stainless steel. Majestic TV (needs repair), double-door steel wardrobe, new gas Colcman lantern. Phone 932-2186. Lookin' for Wedding Gift? We have • Mixers . •Teflon ware • Toasters •Corninjware • Elec. Fry Pans •Housewares KILPONEN HARDWARE — IRWD. Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 032-0401 U It's QUALITY you want. W T i Maytag and Frigidaiie Sales and Service (Factory trained wrvle* m«»l Hurley Appliance & Furniture 110 SUv«r St Ph. M1-8S8Z JUNGERS OIL HEATER 13 burner)— like new. Also Rollaway bed. Phone 932-5562 after 3. HOMIANOiUSINHS- Artldesfor Sale 71 MAIN GETTING YOU DOWN? Dry clothes the SURE way Off-Season Dryer Specials (Hotpolnt or OE> Now going an at Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. Ironwood Phone S32-0300 TWO BLONDE STEP END TABLES, coffee table, with drawer*, lamp table — good condition — S40 take* all. Phone 032-4654 alter 4. Used Gum Ball Machines MUZIK HUT Phone 93M21I Book*, Periodicals 73 "Collection of Poetry" by Leonard Koponen — $1 — at IRONWOOD PHARMACY it Leonard Koponen 535 E. Houk St. Phone 832-1698 Remember Father on His Day with • GIFT from Beth Perry Gift & Yam Shop Seaman Bldg. . Ph, 938-4121 FRESHEN YOUR KITCHEN with Genuine Formica Cou:ntei Tops Bennett Floors - Ph. 932-3676 Owns, Sperling Good*, laH 79 Minnows ART MATTERN-Merriweather, Mich. Give Away 10 ANY PERSON who hai anything to give away and doe* not ottrr or attempt to offer any other thing* for sale, may place an ad in this column. Must be IN WRITING with name, address and phone number. There Is no charge to the advertiser. Household Article* •1 Lenox — the very best in FINE CHINA. See our wide selection of lovely pattern* and MANY GIFT ITEMS John Albert, Jeweler Kresge Bldg. Ironwood HENT Blue Lustre Electric Carpet -Shampooer for only SI per day. Gertz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture nnd Appliance. Machinery and Tools Lawn Flite Mowers Complete line — all type* BINGO AND SON GARAGE Wakefield Phone 2211-8213 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS WANINK SALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rd. Wakefield Ph. 224-7581 Musical Merchandise •4 CLARINET—E-flat Nobel — like new. Also music stand. Reasonable. Phone 561-2834. EXPERT ACCORDION REPAIR, Accordion PLAYERS Available SAM VALENTI ACCORDION School Hurley Ph. 561-4454 REPAIR BAND INSTRUMENTS now during summer vacation. TRO.'AHN Band Instr. Service. Phone 932-4635. tefriaorators, Ice Boxes §7 $100 Trade-in ON YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Ted Ellos Appliance Store Ironwood Phone 032-1301 Specials at the Stares •9 For the "First Class Male"— FATHER - on his day •Recliners - 59.95 •Fireside Chairs - 10.95 •Lawn Rockers & Rockets (good, sturdy, plenty of webbing) ONLY 4.95 ea. , *Chaise Lounges — 9.95 •Unpainted Desks - 19.95 •Other finished Desks - at low prices. •Heavy Coveralls - 4.49 • Pants—(orlon-nylon)-3.49 *Men's good quality Ties —3 for $1 D & B FREIGHT SALES Your RED FOX Store in Ironwood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Ave. We deliver Ph. 932-4512 Easy Term* Stoves, Furnaces, Parts 91 Used COAL * WOOD FURNACE, square caiing, with blower tc Automatic control* KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 932-3130 Swops and Trades 92 WILL TRADE 77 Holland baler and portable welder for cedar posts or logs. Casey Fisher, Route 2, Ashland, Wisconsin. Typewriters, Office Machines 93 ADDING MACHINES. TYPEWRITERS —Supplle*. Rentals—Sale*—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRlTER-Ph. 1034901 CLEANING ft Repair-Typewriter., of- ace Machines. GEORGE G. SEMENAK 624 Leonard St Ph. 832-3753 Vacuum Cleaners 94 ELECTROLUX SALES fc SERVICE C. J. APPLEBERRY Ph. 932-1387 171 E. Michigan Ave.. Ironwood Wallpaper, Paints 95 Your heuie need OUTSIDE PAINTING? Call 6834243 for free ••«'»'•»«. DON NEWMAN ROOFING * PAINTING CO. Uie our payment plan. Wearing Apparel, Furs 97 BRIDAL VEIL for sale. Phone J61-2184 WEDDING GOWN lace and taffeta, full length. Originally i!75. Ideal for summer or fall wedding. Call J32-2760 after 8. Wanted to Buy 91 14' ALUMINUM BOAT, motor, trailer wanted. Complete or separately. Phone 932-2797. Copper Wire. Batten** - 1.60 . 11 *".' pricM for * u otBM icr «PRICE AUTO Phonr 933-0900 WANTED: BATTERIES - 1.55 Copper It Br***. Will pick up. CRAMBLIT'S MED METAL SALVAGE /•MievUIe Phone ««>M30 WANTED: GIRL'S BIKE 20-inch. Phone 932-3893. RENTAIS- Apartments, Flats 101 BESSEMER—Apartment—living room, bedroom, ' kitchen, bath, sleeping porch. Heat, water furniihed. Reasonable. Phone 667-1231. 168 E. MICHIGAN, IRONWOOD^Unfurnished apartment — living room, kitchen, bath, bedroom. Heat and water provided. Semi-private entrance. Phone 832-2026. ... - Ordered far an Entire Week larn Lowe** ken* Three Day* - $1.50 - Secand Three Days Only fOc Coverage at Low Cost 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 TIZZl—By Kate OSMIB "I have the ideal baby-sitting job tonight—a dollar an hour a well-stocked refrigerator, color TV and air conditioning!" RENTALS- Apartments, Flats 108 •37 SUNSET ROAD—6 room duplex- type apartment—stove, refrigerator, •11 furnace. Phone 832-1315. Apartments, Furnished 109 DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD — Small apartment—nicely furnished. Phone 932-0986 after 6 p.m. Sflt EAST McLEOD—8 room apnitment with 2 bedrooms — fully furnished, newly decorated, freshly painted. Very reasonable price to right party Phone 561-4576. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cory apartment In fireproof building Call Morgan Manor. Ironwood 932-2138. 400 SECOND AVENUE, North, Hurley —3 room, modern furnished 'ipart- ment—heated. Phone 561-4881. VAUGHN STREET — Small furnished apartment. Inquire 400 S. Suffolk Street, Ironwood. Houses for Rent 114 214 S. NORFOLK STREET, small house for rent. Phne 932-1493. Resorts, Cottages for Rent 115 PINE LAKE — Cottage for rent. Available Immediately. Phone 932-1927. RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE- •uslness Property for Sale 117 BUILDING FOR SALE—Ironwood — 1 rooms, complete bar fixtures—S800. Call 932-3688 after 6. Houses for Sale I 120 831 E. HOUK STREET, Ironwood. the Enfors 'house with two lots — Cor sale to settle estate. See Eugene Zinn, administrator. Phone -932-3020. J01 HOOK ST., WAKEFIELD—4 bedroom house — full basement. Land contract available. Inquire above address. 827 PABST STREET, IRONWOOD — Comfortable 5 to 6 bedroom home- next to high school. Newly redecorated, full basement, 2 fireplaces, Hi baths, 100 1 x 175' lot with garage. Idtal for skiers. Price—$10,000. Phone B32-217B. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sole 120 DON'T FENCE ME IN We offer an attractive ranch home on the North Side with 2 large lots for privacy. Inspection by appointment No telephone information. A. LIEBERTHAL & SON, Realtor Exclusive Agent IHONWOOD TOWNSHIP — Country HOME, modern, garage, barn 10 ncres. Priced to sell C. C. KEETON, Jr.—real estate broker Ironwood Ph. 932-1912 or 332-3452 RAMSAY, MICHIGAN—Completely furnished, 3 bedroom home, attached garage, lovely location near Black River. S5.000. HOWARD HARDIE, Realtor Phone 361-5414 or 361-5068 1608 PUTNAM STREET, WAKEFIELD — 'block from school) — 3 bedroom home—oil furnace, completely rewired. Phone 229-5208. The 'deal set-up A 2-APARTMENT DWELLING. with one recently redecorated and already rented. Located at 223 E. GOGEBIC Street, close to school and downtown district, this Income property affords a home for the owner, as well. See SAGE fc WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood, This one has many "extras" Located at WHITE PINE, It's a new 1 story home, fireplace, attached 2- car garage, built-in appliances, carpeted, too. J. W. HUSS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone 832-4110 White Pine Phone 885-2041 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. 032-3602 Jim Huss—Ph. 932-2026 WAKEFIELD — 2 bedroom furnished home. Oil furnace, garage, close to schools, corner lot. Phone 224-3821. Real Estate 122 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE for sale: • U.S.-2 • Bessemer • Wakefield EMIL J. MASCOTTI — Bessemer Sale or Rent 124 BESSEMER—House—near school and supermarket—U.S.-2. Phone Bergland 9171, or Box I, Merriweather, Mich. MAIL A WANT-AD - TO THE DAILY GLOBE (Published Daily Except Sunday) RATES: (Please Note Minimum Charges) 1 rime 6%c per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $1.00 3 times lOc per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $1.50 6 times 16c per word, minimum charge, 15 words, $2.40 Tbese Rates Do Not Apply to Commercial Businesses Name Phone City Number of Times ........ Amount Enclosed ____ Write advertisement plainly, one word in each space including your name, address or phone If you want your replies to come to a Daily Globe box number, omit your name and count four additional words for "Box - Daily Globe." Add 25c for Blind Box Service. WMTI YOUR AD AIOVI AND MAIl TODAY Out-of-town Went Adi should be accompanied by proper pay. ment in advance of publication. Enclose coins or stamps. ON THE RANGE IT'S THE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE The Hem* Newspaper of The Gogebic Range and The Onionafoa Country AUTOMOTIVE- Accessories, Tires, Parts 128 Crest Pacer Tires (6.70 x 15 & 7.50 x 14) 7.88 plus tax GAMBLES STORE — Ironwood Mobile Homes 130 CALL COLLECT for Information On new or used MOBILE HOiVtr;s Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland, WIs. IDEAL LAKE COTTAGES Used 10' wide TRAILERS ... ~£ lca " k Sharp. Easy terms SWEE TRAILER SALES Ph. 561-4387 MOBILE HOME — uxcellcnl condition. Inquire 533 Leonard Street, Ironwood. Boats, Meters, Accessories 131 OUTBOARD MOTOR — •4-Horsri7o\vc7, air-cooled—brand new. never used Phone 9U2-3590. 12' Sinokrr Aluminum boat Was JjilSo - Special 149.50 RAY SMEETH SPTG. GOODS Motorcyles, Bicycles 132 BOY'S BICYCLE — like new — $20. Phone 932-0574. Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 1956 JEEP, 4-WD 6-cvl. Stalli^'wlRon'. with or without plow. 40,000 miles. Phone Hurley 361-2531. JEEP TRUCK— l-whcel "drive] wTTh plow. Bennetts Milciigc, Bessemer Phone 683-4415. New and Used Cars 134 All set up — ready for Camping 1962 Volkswagen Camper OPHced reasonable OExccllcnt condition C & L Auto Service Rambler Cars — International Trucks '5i Z at Do "Klas Phcmc 932-3430 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT /Check these Buys y '61 Ford 6-cyI. stick shift ,/ '62 Gala.vie 500 V-8, Atilo. v/'62 Fairlanc 500 V-8, Auto. / '61 Olds F-85, V-8, Auto. Bob Matz Motors Your FORD dealer Minocqua, Wis, p),. 350-3242 1956 CHEVROLET 4-door~auto77rans" power steering—brakes, good rubber Grose's. 220 E. Frederick. 196-3 Falcon 2-cloor "Big 6", auto, trans. Radio. Low mileage, SHARP! Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc. DOWNTOWN Irwd. Ph. 032-tlOl 1962 FORD GALAXIE—500, V-8, ovcr- drive, radio. Reul sharp! Phone 932-0358. 1963 FORD Galaxle, 4-door sedan V-ff Automatic. S1495. ' Phone 561-3581. '59 MERCURY 2-door H.T. Sacrifice Priced. See RALPH ALLENDER Ph. 932-0306 Save $iOOO~ 1965 VOLKSWAGEN Transporter 9-pass, Station Wagon with gas heater, radio Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH -IMPERIAL STUDEBAKEH - JEEP Ironwood Phone U32-5200 Bessemer Phone ti67-8B21 1964 STUDEBAKER 2-door Overdrive, 6-cyl. Low mileage CENTURY AUTO SALES-Jeep dealer Wakefield Phone 229-5531 Today's Special 'Gl.Buick .Electra 4-door. (Buick's best) In excellent condition. Best buy on the lot ONLY $1795 Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC - CMC DEALER 237 E. Ayer Street Ironwoorl Phone 932-1440 1962 TRIUMPH TR-4 sports car. Inquire 127 Luxmore Street or call 9<i2-5326. Volkswagen Trade-in '64 Pontiac Grand Prix- Red with black interior IMMACULATE Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Ironwood Phone 932-0710 WANTED: good used cars as trades on new Chevrolets and Oldsmobile? Baullingcr Chevrolet, Inc. Ontonagon, Mich. Ph. l-8<i4-2202 OUR ANCESTORS-By Qulncy That's an Indian war hoop!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal \NHKTWSZESaJKftJRE S3UBECMAEK1NS.FWHER? WAS A PRINCE L4KB VOURSEUF. OH.N85rAU.-WE KINSS WJ5T START i j 'AT TH£ BOTTOM. We need clean used cars Top Prices given on New Fords—Mercurys—Comets | TRADE NOW! Bessemer Auto FORD — MERCURY - COMET Bessemer Phone fi07-5171 Two Children Die in Fire MUSKEGON (AP) — Two 9- year-old rural Muskegon children, Ricky Abbey and Janice Bartlett. were killed Thursday when an abandoned Moorelen Township school in which they were playing caught fire. Police said a 7-year-old 1 companion escaped injury. Officers said the children apparently were playing with matches in the building. An autopsy and»,a state fire mar- shall investigation were ordered. Bergland Personals The 500 Club met at the home of Mrs. John Gullans. Cards were p!ayed and prizes were awarrisd to Mrs. Edith Potvin, Mrs. Margaret DeVowe and Mrs Krtna Havela. ' Mr. ?nd Mrs. Dale Khoury and family, Union Grove, Wis., and his mother, Mrs. Hattie Khoury, Ironwood, spent a weekend at the latter's summer home ;..n Lake Gogebic. Mr. ind Mrs. David Paro were Wakefield callers. The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Creed Nor man. Five hundred was played at three tables and prizes w e re won by Mrs. Harry Monfils, Mrs. Clara Abrams, Mrs. Sherman Western and Mrs. Stanley Ray. Lunch was served after the games. The Women's Missionary Society of th? Baptist Church held its meeting in the church parlors. Mrs. James Ferguson gave the opening prayer and there were special prayers for the missionaries. After the business meeting, Mrs. Douglas McNeil conducted the lesson. Lunch was served by Mrs. EC- gn Mindnagle and Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs. F a n s 1 a u, Manttowoc, Wis., visited at the home of her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fanslau, and also attended the graduation exercises at Bergland High Schools. Her grandson, James was a member of the graduating class. Mrs. Francis Rebo'and sons, David and Robert, Ontonagon, visited at the Charles Fisher and Henry Barthels homes. Miss Janet DeMolen, a student at Wisconsin State College, Superior, spent a weekend a t her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Huettl and daughters, Liz and Marg a r e t, Appleton, Wis., spent a weekend here with relatives. Mrs. Huettl and daughter, Liz, remained to attend the graduation exercises at the Bergland High School, their niece and cousin, Glenna Paro, being a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Thure Anderson Jr. were callers at Ewen. Mrs. Leonard Dishneau and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barthels were recent Ewen callers. : Miss Linda Anderson, who is employed at White Pine, spent a day at her home here. i Clinton Londo, Thomaston,' visited at the David Paro home. Leonard Erlckson, Stanley Lackie, Carl Bailey Jr. and Carrnelo Paveglio were business callers at Ironwood. Wayne State Gets Grant of $750,000 DETROIT (AP) - A $750,000 grant from the U.S. Office of Education toward Wayne State University's proposed new $8.1 million natural science complex was approved at Washington Thursday. Anti-Beatleism Furor Continues By COLIN FROST LONDON (AP) — A colonel set a record for anti-Beatleism today by sending 12 medals back to Queen Elizabeth II. Col. Frederick Wagg, 74, veteran of two world wars, joined the protest movement against the award of the M.B.K. — Member of the Order of the British Empire — to the lank- haired pop quartet. :, He also resigned from Primp" Minister Harold Wilson's Labor party and canceled a $33,600 bequest to it. -.,. "Decorating, the Beatles," said the colonel, "has made a mockery of, * everything this country stands for. ^ , "I've heard them 'sing and play and I think they're terrible." " . . •;,*-'•' '% •; At least six holders ot the M.B.E. already had mailed their insignia — a heavy silver cross — back to Buckingham Palace. Wagg's gesture dwarfed them all. Along with protests to the queen, the, queen mother and Prime Minister Wilson he sent: The Mons star, the General Service Medal and the Victory Medal from World War I; The North West Frontier Medal from Indian Army" service between the wars; The 1939-40 Star, Battle of the Atlantic Star., North , Africa Star, Defense Medal and Victory Medal from World war II; And the Belgian Order of Leopold, and the French Croix de Guerre and Croix de Resistance. He said he sent back the foreign decorations because they were granted with royal approval. Britons may not accept foreign medals without royal permission. The only medal he is keeping, he said, is the Croix de Lorraine which Gen. Charles de Gaulle handed to him personally after World War II. Hundreds of letters about the Beatles award cascaded into the prime minister's office at No. 10 Downing Street and Buckingham Palace. Officials said roughly two in three opposed it — but some of the opposition came from supporters of rival pop groups. Queen is Selected At Traverse City TRAVERSE CITY <AP~ Dolly Luft, IB, was named Mis» Traverse City in her home town Thursday. She will represent ^ .traverse City in the National Cherry Festival in July. FLUORIDATION' Two dental scientiita have reported that fluoridation not only reduces tooth decay, but aJarf fights maloccluslon (faultjr* cite) and periodontal (gum) <Ua* , ea»e. ' . *, - ,

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