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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST \, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIFTEEN Now's the Time to Sell Used Cars With Inexpensive Want-Ads 15-WORD WANT AD THREE DAYS $1.50 Want-Ads Ordered for an Entire Week Earn Lowest Rate First Three Days - $1.50 - Second Three Days Only 90e 15-WORD WANT-AD SIX DAYS $2.40 WANT-AD INFORMATION WANT-ADS received Between u a.m. to 5:00 Dally Saturday until nooti No Wan'-AdB accepted tor same day Insertion ot cancellation after 9:00 a.m. on week-days or after 0:00 a.m or, Snturrtnya.' Ironwood Daily Globe Phone 932-2211 WANT-ADS m the City ol Ironwood which nro taken by phone arr accepted with the understanding that they will be paid (or within one week. Out-of-town arts ore payable In advance of Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 Words Charge Cash 1-time ............. 8c 6 2 ,ic 3-timcs ............ lie lOc 8- times . . ......... 17c I6c Minimum Charge 1-day $1.00. Minimum Charge. 2-days S1.20. CHAHGKD ADS allow cash rale when paid within one week nftcr expiration GROUP of figures count us one word Each Initial is considered same as word. Example: Phone UXI-2211 118 E McLeod Write Box 72 Globe A B Smith * Co Order for two words thren words [our words f|v» words days — cancel anytime. CharEes •! rate earned Local Classified Display Per Inch S2.00 Table Showing Want-Ad Cost When Paid at Cash RaJ* EMPIOYMENT- Help Wonted-Male 33 EXPERIENCED' TREJ5 TRIMMERS wnnlod iin mediately References required. Michigan Shade Tree Com- puny. Inc. Phone Marenisco 592 after (3 p.m. SAWMILL. FIREMAN. 42 hour week, steady work, fringe benefits. will train. Contact Kloyd .Icske, 7:30 to 4:1111. Phone Matenisco 1!21 or B31, Kiinbcrly Clark Corporation. Mar- eniaco. Help—Male or Female 34 HOME AND BUSINESS- Guns, Sporting Goods, Bait 79 Minnows ART MATTERN— Merriweather, Mich. Give Away 80 ANY PERSON who has anything to give away and does not offer or attempt to t.ffer any other things for sale, may place an ad IP this column. Must bo IN WRITING with name, address and phone number. There Is no charge to the advertiser. WANTED AT ONCE—man or woman .sitics to conjumers in Ironwood. Full or part time Old established demand. Stendy year round income. Write RavvlciKh's. MCII-31.2<n. 1000 Third Street. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Household Articles 81 FINANCIAL- MO ney to Loan 51 NEED MONEY? Peoples Loan System 218 S Suffolk Phone JS2-5100 OUR :i!iTH YEAR ON THE RANGE CARPETS clean easier with the Blue Lustre Electric Shampooer. only SI per day. G< rtz Furniture Co., Irwd. Hurley Furniture & Appliance. Jewelry, Watche*, Diamonds 82 OUTSTANDING SELECTION •Bracelets •Necklaces •Earrings •Pins complete price range John Albert, Jeweler Krcsgc' Bldg. Ironwood UVESTOCK- Horses, Cattle, Stock Musical Merchandise 84 54 110RSK PI.Y SPRAY Fc» horses, ponies & Show stock Kills P. Repels BlIiiiK Flics RANGK Kl.OUR tf FEED STORE Frederick St. Ph. fl.'l2-1731 TWO SORHF.I RIDING HORSES—for .-..ilc. Henry Scdcrholm. High Bridge, Wist-oUMM. I'honr 27-l-::-182. Minimum 1.00 Day 15 words 1.00 10 words 1.07 17 words 1.13 18 words 1.20 1!) words 1.27 21) words 1.33 25 words 1.67 30 words 2.00 FARM AND GARDEN- Days Days j Farms, Implements, Supplies 59 Alii,-, Ch.ilmcrs CRAWLERS TRACTORS. Trades & Terms ROVELSKY !i COMPANY Ph. O:i2-I8:in Ironwood, Mich. 1.50 1.60 1.70 1.80 1 M 2.00 2.50 3.00 2.40 2.56 2.72 2.88 15.04 3.20 4.00 4.80 How Ads Are Arranged WANT-ADS OrferinK n place to live such ns homr. npnrtmenl flat, room, should hesln with the slrert and numbers; used car with make of car: employment with ktnr! nf work; business service with particular kind of work rlone. etc Ads so st.irtliic. arranged alphabetically. romc first in classifications, others follow. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are advised to write WANT-ADS expressing proposition clearly, complete I v I,ow wont rates allow full description at small cost. "The more you to)! the quicker you sell." COPY ncccptecl with understanding it ma v be eri i t ed re-ii r ra n gcd to suit style. AH nris restricted to proper classification ERRORS In advertising should be reported Immediately. The Ironwood Daily Globe will not be responsible for more than on» incorrect Insertion. TP; CHAIN SAW — Direct-drive —with new u.irn chain. Excellent condilion — S45. Phone 9D2-09U5. MeCUI.LOCH CHAIN SAWS WAXINK PALES & SERVICE Eddy Park Rrl. Wakrficld Ph. 224-7381 MOMEIJTK CHAIN SAWS Have vour BAND INSTRUMENT CHECKED and repaired now at the North country's complete & exclusive shop. TRO IAHN BAND INSTRUMENT Service E ol Norrie Park. Pnone 932-4645 New batch, good 4.Vs used Records — 20c ca. MUZIK HUT Ph. 9;i2-32H TIZZY—By Kate Osann UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. 1-112 Dcwey Street. \Vaktlicld. Pnone 224-5061. Specials at the Stores 89 "My father can take the guitar playing and the records— what bugs him is the slamming refrigerator door!" Phon ROVE I.I 1-98(1-24 10 COMPANY Rwen, Michigan 1—Used INT 45-T BALER • Cunnmgnatn Il.iy-Conditioner •FORD MOWKRP • McCulloch Cham Saws FRANK MILKS & SONS 000 Division St Hurley Ph. ofil-4376 1—used -nn NF.W HOLLAND BAI.F'H 1—used .-43 INTERNATIONAL BALER 1—used John Oeero Wire-tied 8Ai.KR 1—used Under Slimy FORD MOW KB HAUTANEN IMPLEMENT CO (.John Dccrn dealer) Clovcrland Dr. Dial 932-4502 Fruits and Vegetables 62 f s. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Lodge*, Societies IRONWOOD LODGE No. 389 F. &: A M HcKUlor Communication Thursday. Aug l> 7:30 p.m. Krwood U. Sladc. W.M. Jolin W Best. Sec'y 1 White POTATOES I'l !l>s. — fiflc I.«r red I'LUMS — Ib. 19e RON & DON'S FRUIT STAND Aero--- u P & M Drive-In Visit our "Snoop .Shop" in rear NF.W LOAD Wise, unite & red POTATOES — 20 Ibs. 1.25 Wise. TOMATOES — 2 Ills. Il5c CABBAGE — .'i Ibs. 19c Sweet blue PLUMS — Ib. !9c PETERSON'S PRODUCE — Hurley 209 .'Inl Ave. N. Ph. 381-4232 HOME AND BUSINESS- Articles for Sale 71 Lost and Found LOST: CHAIN HOIST—1'j-ton--vicinity of Hurley or Klmball Township. Reward — S10. Call 581-3715. i ACME 50'; MALATHION* SPRAY ! eonlrols aphids. fhes, mosquitoes, ; Icaf-lloppers. .scale crawlers I RANGE LA" N & GARDEN SHOP 1 iRanjjc '/lour &• Feed Store i I Frederick St. Ph. 932-17:11 Announcements 10 Cemetery Lots sodded and repaired Crcrn T'niinb Circenlioiisc Lake Road li onu nod ALUMINUM ROOF EDGING Attic Vent Fans KAUFMAN SHEET METAL 400 W. Aurora Phone 9:12-2130 Gardens \k Lawns parched? [ See us for GARDEN HOSE, and SPRINKLERS ihand &: automatic' Kilpoiicn lli'rdwarc — Iromvood 1 Across fr. Power Co. Ph. 032-0401 CHILD'S PLAY FENCE — 12' x 12', e; t r bi'fl. ui,;mt seat. Boy's bicycle t2ti"'. 20fl South Marquctte. ' HEARING AIDS —- Norelro, Qiialilonc. Audltunc. otiiers. THI-STATE llrar- inR Aid Co.. P.O. Box 203 Ashland. Hearing -\icls, halteries and supplies -— Zenith & ;ill m;ikr.s MATTSON'S 7.EMTH TV SALES & Service — Ironwood Ph. 9:12.0510 LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with DEX-.VD1ET Tablets — only 9Hc ,tt Trier's Drug Store — Irvvd. SERVICES- Business Services 15 GOOP USED BUYS: Coron.idi) UEFRIGERATOR I'hilco REFRIGERATOR rhesl FRi-.KZER Ken.nun- ..ulomatic WASHER K< tuuolr lUliim.ilic DRYER Ma.vt.ic WUINGKh WASHER We trade SEAI1S. liOEUUCK and CO. -r Uvvd. 11 It's QUALITY you want, it E Maytag and Frigidane Sales and Service (Factory trained service men) Hurley Appliance & Furniluie 210 Silver St. Ph. SBI-5222 GENE'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Eugene Stenroos Dial 3ol-.'t45' Wise. & Mich licensed & Boorleri ROBERT KERANEN SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Servce Mass. Mich. Phone l-RSS-3242 FRITZ'S U P SUMP & SEPTIC Tank Cleaning Service U7 E. Lead St. Bessemer PHONE 607-6061 Moving, Trucking, Storage 20 It's A "LOAD OFF YOUH MIND" to Call SAFEWAV MOVERS— for local or long distance moving via Atlas Vans 25 TV, Radio Service Mike Shawbitz TV WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Si models Dumont sales. Ph. 932-2230 anytime. EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted—Female 32 BAKERY CLEPK wanted — full time. Apply In pe/son, Biinclall Bakery, Suffolk Street, Ironwood. BOOKKEEPER—Part time, for local appliance stole with knowledge of payroll, etc. State age and experience. Write Box JJJ. Daily Globe. EARN $25 to $40 a week open- amhilious In your spare or full time Ings now for capable women representing AVON Cosmetics Call or writ'-- AVON Manager, Helen Gaabo, Iron. River. Michigan. Phone •es-!>!>!(). SALES Eai'n while you learn Flexible hours — no territories DABLENK BOJSGARO. wakefieid Mich. IT'S NOT TOO EARLY to think about thai leaky root and broken storm \\'iulovvs. Rcp;iir now. ERICKSON-COLEMAN HDWE. Irwd. OIL FURNACE — Sh.OOO BTU — $50. Camper—best offer takes it. 148 Harris Street. Phone 932-1476. 3 IIP OUTBOARD MOTOR — rebuilt. Two (1.00 x i( : . tires mounted on 194H Chevrolet wheels. Inquire 905 Leonard Street. A Midland Special! DERBY Brand T-Shirts Only 49c \\ith purchase of S gals. Firepower Gasoline at participating Midland Cooperatives Re« SI value SPECIAL - 49c Range Co-op Services Hurley Dial 561-3444 It's here! .\ 101 itgomery Ward's 1965 Fall Sale Catalog Americas Shopping Center • 435 Hack to-Sehool Specials • 28(5 Home Furnishings highlights 019,1 Home Improvement features • Plus hundreds of other BiR Buys Phone 9324400 Use Ward's Rrv.',lving Charge ,' No down payment , U.sc as charge account . , p;iy within -JO ci.iys or v Spread payments up to 10 full payments Montgomery Ward 121 E. Aurora Ironwood Locally manufactured by WAKEF1ELD FURNITURE CO. Parlor Sets (2-pc.) - 79.95 Sofa Beds - -19.95 Fireside Chair,s-(floral) 9.95 Mattresses (brand new—all sizes) 507 Off regular price House Paint (outside white) •S2 per gallon Latex - 3.49 gal. (all colors) Spray Paint-fall color)-9Sc Aluminum Siding — sq. — S30 3-Tab Roofing — 6.95 sq. 90-lb. roll Roofing - S3 roll Solid Birch Doors - 14.95 Inside Doors - low as 3.95 D & B Freight Sales Your Red Fox Store in Ironvvood and Ashland DOWNTOWN on McLeod Avr. We deliver Easy Terms Phone 932-4512 Summer Time and it's "Take it Easv' Time, with Electric Appliances • RANGES •REFRIGERATORS • FREEZERS •WASHERS •DRVEHS See us Cor specials Lake Superior Dist. Power Co. RENTALS- Apartments, Furnished 109 DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD — S m a 1 apartment—nicely furnished. Phone 9'J2-0936 after 6 p.m. RIGHT DOWNTOWN—Furnished, cozy apartment, r^ireproot' building. Call Morgan Manor. Ironwood. Phone 9;i2-2i:i8 or M2-5S30. Houses for Rent 114 LAKE ROAD — 6 room i?, bedroom) home, stoke 1 .' furnace. • Call 932-4917. 110 W. PEWABIC — :! or 4 bedroom home. 2 full baths, fully carpeted, oil furnace, near .schools. Inquire same address. SUNSET ROAD—:i bedroom home—oil heat, attached Raracr. carpeting and drapes. Phone 9,'i2-2520. Wanted to Rent 116 MODERN 2 OR :i BEDROOM HOUSE wanted in Bessemer or country—near Bessemer. Pnone 9:12-549:!. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Houses for Sale REAl ESTATE FOR SALE- lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 AUTOMOTIVE- New and Used Cars 134 19m CHEVROLET Bel Air hardtop. Good runniny condition, radio and other extras. Phone 561-2896. .1963 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-door. SADDLE: TAN FINISH. 6-cyl. Stand, trans., clean. Lahti Chevrolet-Cadillac. Inc. DOWNTOWN u-wd. ph. 932-1101 1956 DESOTO — verv goorl condtion. P'-.one 9o2-:i5:i:j. '59 FORD RANCH WAGON — 6-cyl. Fordomatic .shift, radio. IJB.OOO mi. $495. SWEE TRAILER SALES Hurley Phone S61-4887 OUR ANCESTORS—By Quincy 1953 FORD V-8 — S45 Pnone 932-1501. MUST MOVE 'EM 1964 Plymouth straight stick I960 Chevy Station Wagon prnvcr steering 1959 Fort! 4-clr. sedan staight stick BOYEIVS MILEAGE HIWH.V US-2 Ph. 9U2-OI40 '63 Olds F-85, 4-clr. See or CALL RALPH ALLENDER 932-0306 1953 PONTTAC — 8 cylinder, standard transmission running condition—S50. Phone 229-5262. 1803 RAMBLER 770. 2-door. stick shift, very clean, reasonable. Older car i cosnidcred n trade. Inquire Memory Lime Service. Ramsay, 4-6 p.m. "I said you'll have to speak louder! I just had my visor weather-stripped!" SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal ISLAND LAKE — almost new. 18 x 24 cottage with 100-ft. lake frontage. 83300. G1LE GLOW AGE — Approximately 13 acres land with about 1000 ft. water frontage. srj.OOO. SEE US for other LAKE PROPBETY LISTINGS HOWARD HARPIE, Realtor Phone flGl-5414 or 561-5068 Lots for Sale 123 LAKE ROAD—Building lots for sale— across from Green Thumb Greenhouse. Excellent condition. Inquire Green ThumD Greenhouse. Wanted—To Buy or Rent 126 :i BEDROOM HOME wanted 'adults) —\v i t:h option to buy. Ironwood area. Phone 932-1175 or 667-9911. "they gotta go" says Mr. Gotta, "just too manv '59 models on hand" •3 Buick Le Sabres •3 Pontiac 4-doors •2 Olds 4-doors •2 Chevrolets •1 Ford MAKE US AN OFFER NO "REASONABLE OFFER REJECTED Point Motor Sales BUICK - PONTIAC - CMC Dealer 237 E. Ayer Street Ironwood Phone 932-1440 1963 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof — red. Kood condition. Reasonable. See at Dairy Queen. Hurley. AUTOMOTIVE- Mobile Homes 130 120 Attractive Bungalow Ironwood. '-'orthside — 5 rooms, full basement, oil heat, garage. 2 nice landscaped lots. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Write Box PPP, Daily Globe CALL COLLECT for information on new or used MOBILE HOMCS Northland Mobile Homes Dial 682-6097 Ashland Wls, Beautiful FAMILY home—I beclrms fireplace, mod. NEAR HIGH SCHOOL ONLY 81,000 down C. C. KEETON. JR.—real estate broker Irwd. Ph. 932-1912 or 932-.'!452 Boats, Motors, Accessories 131 14' Aluminum Fishing Boat with 1961. IB-HP JOHNSON" MOTOR, new BALKO TRAILER, complete with win 'shield steering and controls — S375. 35-1 IP Johnson (avelin electric AVE'S MARINE Hurley Phone 561-2720 I'.a STORY HOUSE ill Ironvvood—to be torn down—(good pine'. Make an offer. Phone 932-1413 after 5 p.m. CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 3 bedroom home of unusnl design and workmanshlo. Easy to heat, close in ! on the NORTH SIDE. • Inspection by appointment. '• A. Lieberthal & Son. Realtor Mock'] A -Vliima Craft 14-it. —Icle-il fishing boat— Ri'«r. 29i>,5()-Spcc. 8259 RAY SMELTIi SPTC. GOODS I960 EVINRUDK Fleetvvin motor — T/, horsepower.' Excellent condition. Call 932-5155. COTTAGE— ito be moved— Ramsay i 2 Jiousekcepin", rooms — sleeps 4, tiled, ' shower—SHOO. Phone 667-3002. : "IT'S SOONKR THAN YOU THINK" j School opens soon and this t home al 110 PEYVABIC ST. is idea! i'»;r a largo family J. W. HUSS, REALTOR Ironwood Phone J.i2-411() White Pine Phone ii:i5-2(i41 Associates: Ralph Butler—Ph. -J.1J-3062 Jim Muss—Ph. 932-.!C:>6 Moforcyles, Bicycles 132 HARLEY DAVIDSON Sporster H for sale. Phone 932-3326. Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 133 1903 CHEVY HALF TON PICKUP V-B. custom cab. long box. radio, Western mirrors. 21.000 actual miles, other extras. BINGO & SON GARAGE Wakeficld Ph. 229-3212 1952 jeep 4-WD Sta. Wgn. CENTURY AUTO SALES Wakcfiekl Ph. 229-5531 207 4TH AVENUE, BESSEMER—House for sale—$750. Phone besscmcr 667-8711. 432 w. FRANCIS. 2 bedroom ranch ; New and Used Cars home, full basement, oil heat, land- | scaped lot. nice location. Phone 932-0965. Volkswagen Trade-in '63 Volkswagen Sunroof sedan. NICE Ironwood Auto Mart Hiway U.S.-2 Pnone 932-0710 Ironwood Want a deal in cars or trucks? j see RALPH ALLENDER—Ph. 932-u306 We need clean late model used cars Get the deal of a lifetime during Closeout of 1965 • Mercury s •Fords •Pickups Bessemer Auto FORD Bessemer MERCURY — COMET Phone 667-5171 Your lucky number "57" Here's a TRIO of'57's 1957 Cadillac 4-door I1T with new tires S295 1957 Olds 88 - $195 1957 Plymouth 4-clr. $195 Viet Nam War's 'New Phase' Is Year Old Today By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent The "new phase" of the Viet Nam war is a year old today. Just a year ago, on Aug. 4, the United States for the first time bombed targets in North Viet Nam and began what the Penta! gon would call process. the United States and Moscow. It cried that the Americans had "gone over the brink of war" and incurred "a debt of blood which must be paid." It was reported strengthening garrisons on the Vietnamese border and souping up the training of its 30 million or so militia. But still it did nothing directly. Red China's big contribution throughout the year was to block efforts at negotiations and to accuse the Soviet Union of "cooperating with the U.S. imperialists in a peace talks swindle." What has been the result thus I far? Big dangers seem nearer, I the frustrations even greater. Synod President Guest me jrciit.il-'*. • . vj .• an escalation (Speaker at Meeting 1 MASS — Dr. Theodore E. Mattson, president of the synod, was guest speaker at the service at St. Paul's Luth e r a n ^Special closeout prices on all The path to solution appears as' Chun^ Monday evening, July remaining 1965 model Chryslers agonizingly elusive as it was 26. Dr. M a 11 s o n is a very and Plvmouths Gogebic Auto Co. Inc. before Red North Viet Nam ! tested the U.S. "paper tiger" | and found it had sharp teeth. A year ago, the United States fluent speaker. Members from Wainola, .Mass, Greenland and Woodspui attended the service and meeting which followed at 134 TROMBONE—S25. coffee table — S20, occasional eiuiir—S10. miscellaneous rummage. Thursday. 205 W. Coolidge. Phone 932-u:.5. r >. USED MAYTAG WASHER — Gi.od condition. Phone s)'l2-54M after 5:30. Used Refrigerators Clean — sanitized — guaranteed All bi/.es — all prices ELLOS APPLIANCE STORE—Ironwood WOOD STOVE for sale. Inquire .u Route 2, Box 94, Ironwood. Baby Merchandise 72 BAliY BUGGY (Hedstrom) in good condition. Phone 9:12-2106. Building Materials 74 Carload Sale - Plywood 4x8- 1/4" Fir Plywood (good one side I 2.69 ea. LAIRD LUMBER COMPANY SAND, GRAVEL. FILL. TOP t>Oll Loading, Trucking. Bulldozing ALBERT SAILY Box 171 Marenisco Plunp 643 Ironwood Ph. ./.U-0300 This week's Special Save $6 on Movie Light Bar Reg. 18.06 — NOW —^12.95 RONNIE'S CAMERA SHOP—Irwd. Michael's Bldg. Ph. 932-3901 Typewriters, Office Machines 93 CLEANING & Repair—Typewriters, office Machines. GEORGE G SEMENAK 624 Leonard St. Ph. 932-3752 ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS —Supplies. Rentals—Sales—SERVICE GOGEBIC TYPEWRITER—Ph. im.0901 Wallpaper, Paints 95 SARGENT PAINTS LAND O' LAKES LBR. CO. Land O' Lakes. Wis. Ph. 715-547-3383 Your house NEED outside PAINTING? A NEW ROOF THIS YEAR? Call 932-1407 for free estimate 8 - 9 AM 01-4-5 PM DON NEWMAN Hoofing & Painting Co. 397 Aurora St. Ironwood Use our Payment Plan LITTLE MONEY buys this o-bedroom home al 233 S. MANSFIELD Mod. bath and kitchen SAGE & WILLIAMS AGENCY 111 S. Suffolk Irwd. 749 MARGARET. Ironwood room home, garage. 2 lots. Phone 8X!-3li7-l. 2 bcd- NEW LOCATION. RAMSAY — House 125. oil furnace, garage. Reasonably priced for quick sale. Write Whitburn's, 109 South 3rd Marquctte, Michigan or phone 226-8353. Lakes, Resorts, Camps 121 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE for saie: • U.S.-2 0 Bessemer • Wakefield EMIL J. MASCOTT1 - Bessemer Brand New 1965 RAMBLERS must go to make room lor the- 1966 models WE'RE DEALING WILD HURRY! Come on in! C & L Auto Service OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH - IMPERIAL STUDEBAKEH - JEEP Ironvvood Bessemer had 16,300 troops in South Viet j which time a discussion was Phone 667-8821 LEGAL Nam, technically advisers. Now IS™?"? i there are 80,000 there, many in . active combat. The conflict, in ! President Johnson's words, has \ become a real war. I This, actually, is the anniver- | sary of U.S. retaliation against Aug. 3. -1 NOTlt'K OF PUBLIC SAI.K The following property has been recovered in Gogebic County by the baSCS after Communist Michigan State Police and the owners j have not been located It will therefore > be sold at public sale in accordance j with Act No. 30J, P.A. 1937 (Sec. 28.403, prarinnl nrnr-P<5<? hv whifh thf> i C.L. 19481. Properties of a similar 8'aauai plOCCSS Dy WniCR • U1C held regarding a new pastor for the Mass parish. Pastor and Mrs. Lepisto will leave for Helsinki, Finland, in Septembe r where Pastor Lepisto will study for one year at the University of Helsinki. After the meeting Dr. Matt- North Vietnamese mainland son met with the Wainola and boats attacked U.S. warships in : Mass church board members the Tonkin Gulf. That began the for a brief session. Following the meeting coff e e 1951 CADILLAC ambulance, 4 new tires, excellent condilion, low mileage Ideal for lodges and camp owners.—• S300. Contact Town Clerk. Mrs. Kathleen Sutton, Presque Isle, Wisconsin Phone Manitowish Waters 955. ONE, PIKCE OF FURNITURE which I Does not match detracts from your j other pieces. Discard it profitably to j day with a Want^Ad. ' 1959 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible —excellent condition. S50 down—take over payments of $50 per month. Must sacrifice . . leaving for service. 513 N. Curry. Phone 932-5394. READ the Want-Aril every day category recovered in other counties will also be sold at this public sale The sale will be held at State Police Headquarters, South Harrison Road, Enst Lansing, on Thursday. August 19. 1965, beginning at 9:00 A.M. Complaint No. 87-138-84 1—Garcia fishing rod and J. C. Higgins reel Payment is tc be made in cash at time of sale. MICHIGAN STATE POLICE United deeply Asian was served in the church parlors and a .social hour was enjoyed. States became to war on th mainland. Mr and Mrs. Eino Ojanen, The United States began regu- Is hpemin fe , visited here with I" ™ ?' a £L °^ NOi ; th J'± his father, Nestor Ojanen. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- -CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Wanted to Buy 98 Copper Wire. Batteries — I 50 Highest prices (or all olher snap RICE AUTO Phone fi'i2-090(' HARDWOOD PULP wanted—piled on road in Irot.wood or Hurley area. Write: Henry Kassien, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin MOTHER'S HELPER — Alte.r Labor D«y—to aisttt with 7 year old girl and houitwork In new home. Pleasant lurroumilnfi. 20 miles north of Chicago. S. Webbe. 2112 Mlddlefork Road, NortMield, Illinois. 2 WAITRESSES WANTED mights) one full time, one tor week-ends. Apply in person Donut King, Aurora Street, Ironwood. DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE: to find you and Jwur particular type of service? T«U them. A Want-Ad coiti very UtU*. Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 77 Save $70 on Early American Sofa Sleeper 0 Beautiful floral print cover • Sofa by day—Bed by night • Answer tc "Guest invasion" Reg. 239 US — NOW—1119.95 GAMBLEb — Ironwood SPECIAL: INLAID LINOLEUM (2 rolls, heavy-weight I 1.50 running foot 3 rolls GOLD SFAL — 20-1- off 2 rolls GOLD SEAL Plunk Style Inlaid Vinyl — 200> nli | BENNETT i'LOORS I'll. U32-J6V6 i WANTED: BATTERIES — ! S5 Copper & drass. Will pick ap. CHAMBLIT'S BED METAL SA Jecsieville Phone i:'2-9830 WOULD LIKE TO BUY: ultd kitchtn and bedroom furniture. Phone 561-3880. RENTALS- Apariments, Flats T08 118 S. MANSFIELD Street, Ironwood, 2 bedroom unfurnished apartmenL Call Gin-4018. READ lb« WANT-ADI Call). If you are sufficiently qualified to operate a general merchandise and food business with a gross volume of $35,000 to $55,000 annually, this corporation will provide you with an established route of approximately 450 trading customers, furnish the major investment, vehicle, and pay operating expenses. This is an excellent opportunity that provides voluntary hospitalization and profit sharing retirement programs. $5,20C per year guaranteed salary. $8,000 to $10,000 opportunity. Must be bondable. To apply fill in blanks below and mail to Box MMM, Ironwood Daily Globe NAME ADDRESS AGE & PHONE NO. OF JOBS LAST FIVE YEARS MARRIED SINGLE . EDUCATION COMPLETED Swimmer to Try Again HOUGHTON (AP) — Clancy Kalmer, 31-year-old namese targets Feb. 7 in an avowed effort to convince the Communists they could not win and to persuade them to go to a conference table. ! The year of the "new phase" has frayed world nerves. Red Mr. and Mrs. George Lehto and family and Mrs. Au g u st Hautamaki visited in D u 1 uth recently. Mr and Mrs. Harold Denton, Detroit, visited her mo t h e r , Mrs. Elsie Alanen, and wi t h China exploded its way into the : other Relatives atomic weapons club. The So- Mr and Mrs . Qrant c 1 i s h yiet Union lost its rambunctious ; and tarn ji y Berkley, visited for ^ r ' vi!? N^rn"^^^! 86 ^" 1 d3yS Wlth ' her P9rentS ' Til f \ Viet Nam s generals ! Mr- and Mrs . Emll Burke, and 111 .,-. turned on their strongman, Lt. ; other bachelor and ex-Michigander, Gen. Nguyen Khanh, and evict- i Mr and Mrs Al Lauren Bat- makes his third attempt this , ed him. The elusive Viet Cong , t i e creek, spent a week here week to swim the Portage chan- changed tactics and tempo. , W jth her son in law and daugh- nel's 25 miles ' Informed opinion has specu-j te r, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Makl, He nlans to 'dive off a break- ' lated that Peking masterminded and family, her mother. Mrs. waterier of the PorlagecaSl £ ethepvevn £ ^p 1 ?,,? ^ ^ ' Christl ™ Hautamaki, and other at midnight Thursday for the m ™ e Y,ift Nam crisis, that Red, relative? start of the swim. He calculates Chma , Padded Hanoi into the Mr . and Mrs . B en Rand, Los oh doing the channel's length in torpedo boat attacks. , Angelas Calif., are visiting with 36 hours n Recl Chlna nad a nand m; relatives here and in Onton- Kalmer a 6-footer weighing tne test of tne u - s - "Paper ti- agon. Mrs. Rand is the former 210 pound's, had to quit with g " v ' ll could nave been regard- ingred Kuurila. three miles to go last year. Two ecl as J ust as mucn a challenge Mr and Mrs. Eino Koski have years ago he covered 14 miles. to Moscow and Khrushchev as it returned to Detroit after visit- The Portage channel divides was to tne United States. In- ing hi*, mother, Mrs. Alma Kos- Upper Michigan's Keweenaw deed, it may have been a factor ki. and brother, George. ' Peninsula on Lake Superior. No in Khrushchev's fall two months one ever has swum it. The fresh later. water lacks buoyancy and it's usually cold. Mrs Elsie Alanen is a medical patient at the Ontona gon Memom* Hospital. Soviet reaction was slow. Moscow seemed to do the mini-j Mr. and Mrs. James LeClair, Kalmer, graduate of Michigan! muni in support of Hanoi, ob-'Burbar.k Calif., are the parents Tech, is a native of St. Ignace.' viously too little to avert Pek- : of a daughter, born July 25. His escort boat on the swim will; ing's caustic attacks on "the! Mrs. LeClair is the former Darbe manned by Dick and Jay' modern revionists" of the! lene Hedler, daughter of Mr. Madison, St. Ignace brothers. Kremlin. and Mrs. Donald Hedler. The Madisons, also Michigan But Red China was doing Mr ?.nd Mrs. Herbert Garlowi Tech graclui&es, helped him be- more talking than acting. It had visiton with Mr. and Mrs. O n or jfore. [turned violent verbal abuse oniSikkila at Rock.

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