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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml —Thursday. Sept. 10.1998 Page 16 Help Wanted «MAT » A UMT Am*TAMT? t ieaparart: »ho car«o Mboul pecplo •ho * inaaraotad i «rho would too to work w«i o*w caring inviduala •ho would Mcololaam more •bout morflootvoo and (he* potential We can help you do *M ct »se •bow* and p*y tor your aducafian aa wot. Ptoaao appiy in peraon al Atntand Hoe*»i and Rehabeiation Center. Instruction Classes CAKE OCCORATMQ CIA«»C»: Bo0mara «fd Advance* Starting to OcMbor; Cafl Nancy for Financial Bids BID REQUEST: (1) Computer Hardware (2) Prirtor Specifications may bo obtained a! Gogebic-Ontonaoon Community Action Agency, Accounting Office. 320 East Aurora Street. Ironwood. Ml 49938. Telephone (906) 932- 42OO. Bida are to bo received no War than 3:00 pm on Tuesday, September 15, 1996. GO-CAA reserves Ihe right to accept or raract any oral bids. SNOW PLOWING bids ars now being accepted by DOVE, Inc. Snow plowing shal consist of the Sheanrs driveway and parking lot work must be completed prior to 7:30 a.m. during weekdays, weekends and on all holidays. ForadoV bonal formation cat: (908)9324990. Send bids by October 18 to DOVE, Inc., PO Box 366, trorv wood. Ml. 49938. DOVE bokJs tha rk>* to accept or reject any or al bids. THE WAKEFIELD CO-OP a now accepting snow plowing bids, on •per hour basis. Send bids to Box 01011. c/o Dairy Globe, 118 East McLaod, Ironwood. Ml 49938. Doadtino: September 11, 1908. Antiques ANTIQUE CAR: 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone Convertbte: V-8, automatic, bucket seats, blua with wtWla top; very good condWon. $4.500 or best offer. (906)5442262. Farm& Garden Uvestock CHICKENS FOR Sale: 906)575-3341. Cat: Pets HOPE'S ADOPTIVE PETS 932-1511 OPEN DAILY 7: 30-1 1:30* 4:004:00 popa: Strtooo. mala Mack Lab- Husky mix. WIWs, male YaHow Lab mix. BueJcwhaat, mala Australian ShepenJ mix. Frtond, malo Terrtar mix. Tln«, lemolo Lab mix • EMo, male Lab mix. Rafflao. mala Husky mix. SMtoh. mala; rwutered Boxer mix. Oordy, mala Lab. Gravy, female Lab mix. Bud, male Lab mix. Coma van. patm: Sknbo, male, grey/wnHal blue A 1 grey eye. Autumn, ts- mato brown/beigeAan. Qrada, to- male blackAvh*a. Jamoa. mala bMck. MarahmaHow, mala all white Uack patch on head. Mloly, female beige/tan. Pufl. temale an black. Ro0gK mala Wart 4 white. Mozart, male, black & wtrte. ProckHio, lemaia, black A wfMto. Tracy, mala Black. Spur, male black with whita Maze. Wo novo ktttanstlt Give Away KITTENS FOR give-away: 5 adorable kittens ready lo mova Into u loving home. Call: (715)561-3104. Monday-Friday after 5:00 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday; anytime. Merchandise Vacuum Cleaners 1996 FORD Exptorsr XLT. 4 door. Loaded with options, sxceient conditionl Cal 715-6C1-2+86 aftor S:00-prn. Sporting Goods Fuels SLAB WOOD tar Sato: A* Hart Mapia (906)«63-e906. SPUT FIREWOOD: mnad hardwood, mopta, cherry, aah. $40.00 par cord. W« deavor hxaOy. 715501-6304 Garage, Rummage Sales BESSEMER: tM Eaot Ootd StMOf; Saturday, September 12 8 30 - 4-00 P.M.; HouaanoM items, dothng. tapes, miocaftaneous Horns. END Of the Season Garage Sale 7 Friday, September 11; 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.- Comar of Eaat Avar and GIGANTIC RESALE: Men's, Women's, Children's clothing: (T»s- cefcaneoua. Every Friday and Saturday » to 1 p.m. beginning September 11-12. St. Ma/ys Gymnasium, Hurtey. Wisconsin. HURLEY: 103 Gorman** Fnday and Saturday; 8-2. electric garage door opener, many avon Hems, aduK dotning, kids toys, household terns; Something For Everyone! HURLEY: ESTAT&GARAGE. 6 Flqrtan, turn oast al 'Ray's Oust Mart, tooow the signs. Friday-Saturday. 9-00-4:00. Furniture, bedding, krvans, tools, Christmas decorations, glassware, dotting, kniddcnacfcs. miscellaneous household Hems. HUFILEY: GARAGE Sale. Saturday-Sunday, 8:00-21», BortJen gaaon m* jugs, gvf a 5 speed bt- cytie. clothes. knck-knacks, books. LMe M ot everything. 103 SITSU PUPPIES lor Sale: Labor Day: Now Readyl Cafc (906)9329063. HURLEY: POFICH SALE: Friday and Saturday, 2nd AvontM North; 9-4; High chairs, stroller, baby swing, car seats, games, puzzles, toys-induding Lima Tykes!; exercise equipment, clotMng(lniiants/adu«s) HURLEY: South ol Hurtay on SI, RtgM at Nortt Pota Bar; File cab- inot, computer desk. TVs, Kitchenware, decorating terns. Friday, Saturday; 9-6. IRON BELT: 9 Saturday, September 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Pick up map at Post Office Garage at 8:45. IRONWOOO: 3 FAMILY GARAGE Sato Saturday, September 12, 8:00 a-m. 2tt> p.m.; E9006 Mount Vtaw Road; Lots ol Stuffl IRONWOOO: MOVING SALE: Thursday, 5-00-8:30 p.m.: 7M Van Buattrk Road: Household •ems, dorm-size refrigerator. IRONWOOO:U4 Leonard 8*«ot Friday, S«ptembar 11; 8:00 to 2130 p.m. and Saturday, September 12; 9:00 lo 12flO p.m. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONe MONTREAL: 123 Ohio Avenuo. Hugo 4 family gangs *•!•• Friday and Saturday, SapMotoor 11-12. 8.00-1«). Fumiturs. axaroiao equipment, appoancoa. and lots Wanted to Buy A KID AGAIN now purchasing cru*- dran't 0ontty worn faJ and winter dotning. Cal lor your appointment. 832-9025 SAM'S SALVAGE, INC. 932-4340 Scrap Iron, Brass & Copper Aluminum * Aluminum Cans WANTED TO BUY: Snowbtower; need not run. (906)932-3366. after 4 p.m. Articles for Sale WANTED: NEWHOUSE bear trapa al»o wolf and be«v«r trap* wtm tooth. Roger G*ae; (786)7465642. IRON DRIFT - KNIGHT MONTREAL-IRON BELT ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT Federal rental assistant available to eligible applicants 62 or older or disabled. Dor«<.« 1-GOO-553-3691 Articles for Sale FORMCA KITCHEN tabto wrh 6 padded chairs. $60: Iwo twin bed bocfccaso headboard. $20 each; 4 oak dining room chain, padded •eeta, cane backs, S1S eacrt; student desk. S25; sma» »fiite utility tabte. $10. microwave cart. $20; rc**w*y. tott up, spare bed, $30; dormayer mixer, $20; food pro- r. $10. (906)932-1570. PING PONG labie, al accesso- ne», $25.00. 2 aquariums with atand, at accessories. $2600 aacfvCa* 932-5615 Housing Apartments 1 bedroom apartments available immediately. Looking (or a place dean and quiet, look no further! Rales start at $325/montti. Short term leases available. Utilities included. No pots. Credit check required. (906)932-1411 weekdays; (906)932-2577 evenings and weekends. 1-3 BEDROOM Ironwood aparT- ments. Ctose to town and college, dean. $215-8335 monthly. Security deport and lease required. 906932-6317 2 BEDROOM tower, w* be there U Thursday; after that cal lor appointment. $175/month (906)2241029. BESSEMER: ONE bedroom; fur- ntshed; al utilities included, good location. (715)561-4411. BFCNTLEY APARTMENTS now has an opening lor a 1 bedroom apartment, laundry facilities on *»e. Cal 715-561-4393 Monday- Friday. 8:00-4:00 DOWNTOWN JRONWOOD across from post office yard. Large 2 bedroom, furnished apartment. Laundry faoWies. Heat and water included. No pets. 932-3820 or itv qure al AtoertV Clothing and Shoes. FREE 1/2 Month's Rent! 1 lo 4 bedroom units: IronwoooVBesse- mer; References and Deposit Required. 6 month leases. (906)9329791. HURLEY: 1 bedroom lower du- ptex, with utiMias and appliances. $286.00. Also efficiency. $185.00. Cal (800)975-6209 HURLEY: CLEAN; one, Two, and three bedroom apartments; good location; semi furnished with utilit- iea included. (715)561-4411. IHONWOOO: 1 ad, include* utilities. S350.00 plus security. Cal (906)575-3296 iRONWOOO: DOWNSTAIRS Apartment, 2 bedrooms, S2OO per north plus utiHties. 906-663-6972 tRONWOOO: MODERN 1 bedroom apartment, very economical. 1160.00 per month. Also 2 bed' ro6m"aparwprv Cfu»« netgnbor- hood. Cal'Cnuck alter 6:00 p.m. 932-1425 IRONWOOD: ONE and two bedroom apartments, bright- and dean. $275-1360. includes beat, water, electric. 715-661-2548 IHONWOOO:ONE bedroom; downtown location, all utilities included; has stove and refrigerator. (715)581-4411. LARGE, SPACIOUS, aunny up- ataln; two bedroom*, rallabla paraon onry, rafarancaa required, •acurtty depoalt. no pats, good location. Call: P06)032-2«11 or 18" ALUMINUM Pontoon, new deck, canopy, 36-hp Johnson. $1,450.00. Gray fiberglasa tapper, «» Ranger short box, $175.00. 27- boy** 10 speed bicycle, good condition, $36.00. (906)575-3397 1977 CHEVY PICKUP 1 Ion, $1,200; Sony - Play Station with 6 CD's. $150.00 Cal 932-2099 ader 5:00 1987 TAURUS; $1,000 or best o<- lar. 1966 moMe home; $1,000 or beat offer. (906)886-6674. 3-PIEC£ GRtEN Jacqoar luggage •et wWi carrier and aola and matching chair. Call: (715)5614131, aner5 p.m. 3-P1ECE UVINQ room »et(hide-<H bed, tovaaeat. chair); Ilka new condition. $3OO or beat offer. (906)667-0666. days. BEANIES FOR Sale: Early, Ants, Gigi. Jabber and Stinger $15.00 each. 1908 and 1997 TB8 Bald, Graon. Ear, Scoflie, Ouackem; $19.00 each. Hippity, Hoppity. Ftapprty; $20.00 aach or $53.00 set. Cai' Lisa (906)224-2531. BLUE WINDSOR Royal wood cook Move with oven and warming rack. Maytag wringer washer. 198S Yamaha Excel III 340 Snow- mobta. 906-432-4012 BUY GLASSES and get a pair o( sin^e v«Mon glasses FREE*..Call to* fr»a 877-€Y£CHART tor details. 1 HOUR service on moat gla»a«*..Trve Vteion Center-€ag>e FUvar » Minoqua Ejwe. FOR SALE: A used Tec cash reg^ Mar. a while GE electric stove, and a gas Furnace. All In excellent condition. For mora Informaiion. cal(715)5fl1-2053. INSULATION, POLYETHELENE Foam sheets and roils, 1 --R-20, vanoua sire* and thickness available. $3.50 per sheet. 906-6245268 Houses for Rent 2 BEDFtOOM house in Ironwood; 2 bedroom dup*e« in Hurley; Appii- ancea mduded. Phone: (906)9322626. evenings. APARTMENTS, HOMES, Com- marcial Spaco avattabto: Tha Mai Ectata Mom. (M6)*32-»4<M BIG POWDERHORN lodging As- aociaiion is now accepting applications for summer monthly rentals. We offer deluxe inc%iduai chalets and ccodos in a quiet natural setting. Rates start at $315.00 per mor, n. Sorry no pefs. References required. Can (800)222-3131 or (906)932-3100 CLEAN HOUSE lor rent. Wakalieid: Freshly painted 2 bedrooms. Cal 906-663-6901 or 229-5498 CLEAN IRONWOOO 3 bedroom. Stove and refrigerator. Security deposit and tease. $335.00/month plus utilities. (906)932-5317. GILE: 2 bedroom riouse: Unlur- ntshed, new gas furnace, hot water healer, carpeted; A-1 condition! $325 a month plus utilities. CaR: (715)835-5036. cotect. HOUSE NEAR Downtown Ironwood. New siding. No pets. Security deposit. 715-476-2024. 906932-5464 IRONWOOO: (2) 2-oodroom starT ing at $250.00/month plus security depos*. Close to shopping. CaB: (715)561-4685. JRONWOOD: 2 bedroom home lo rent; partially furnished and 120 May Street; 4 bedroom home lo rent with option to buy. (906)9323532. IRONWOOO: 2 bedroom with ga^ rage; new paint and carpet; pay own utilities; S?t>0 a month pkjs security deposit. (715)561-2417. IRONWOOO: 200 East Gogetrtc; 2 bedroom; super insulated. $300 a month plus security deposit. (906)932-0044. IRONWOOD: ONE Bedroom home. $250 monthly plus security deposit and utilities. Can 906-9325746 LOVELY 2 bedroom home for rent. Ca9 715-561-4393 or 5613200 TWO BEDROOM house; newty remodeled; $300 plus utilities; references; security deposit. (906)9320221. Business Places to Rent Rooms for Rent BESSEMER: ROOMS for rent, (el- evtsion, kitchen, separate entry. $35.00 weekly, $140.00 per month. (906)667-0214 Condos for Rent 1 BEDROOM Condo: Completefy furnished, $3OO a month, gas, heat. Available October 1. Cad: (715)835-5036, coltect. 1 BEDFIOOM, fulty furnished condo at Powderhom, 2 blocks from Mountain, include* phone, cabla, heat. Available immediately. $388.00 per month. 715-386-6721 FULLY FURNISHED CondornTn^- urrrs. Condominiums come complete with all furnishings. Included are cooking and dining utensils, color cable television and fireplaces. One had mile from Hurley High School. Call Haven North Condos. (715)561-5626. Mobile Homes NOW RENTING Charming, furnished efficiency apart mortis Starting at $255 per month, utilities Included. Please call Kathy Richards Management. (906)9325500 from 8:00-4:30, after 4:30 please caH (906)932-7262 NOW TAKING Applications lor WikJwood apartments. 1 bedroom apartment, rent based on 30% of adjusted income. Barrier free, old- erfy, disabled, handicapped applicants onry. Equal housing opportunity. For more information call Kathy Richards Management. 906932-6500 ONE BEDROOM, newly remodeled; heat and water included, ofl- street parking. Call: (906)9324288, ask for Doreen. SODERMAN AND Sons Apartments, 1 and 2 bedrooms, ctose lo downtown Ironwood. (715)5614641 TAKING APPLICATIONS lor one bedroom apartments al Pioneer Park Apartments. Handicap apartment lor whaefchair user to be available in October. Must be income eligibl*. Priority given to persons over age 50. Also looking (or families in need lor a four bad- room. To apply, contact the Ironwood Housing Commission, 515 E. Vaughn, Iroowcod, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Fnday. 906932-3341. Equal Housing Oppor- lunrty. UPPEH 2 bedroom apartmenl on Silver Street. $280 monthly, includes heal and water. Call 715561-5511 WAKEFIELD: ONE bedroom, redecorated, furnished apartment. Security deposit. No pets, (906)224-9411 or leave message. Real Estate Businesses for Sale Houses for Sato WHY UST w«Bi COLDWELL BANKER. Tho Real Estate Slow? We w* -P»CE YOUR HOUSE FOR SUCCESS". Comor of US-2 and Lake, Ironwood. 906-9325408 IRON BELT: 3 bedroom mobite home; great recreationaVhunting getaway: 14x17 on comer tot. 1 car garage: appliances included: S12.500. (608)424-6067. USED MOBILE home for sale. White Pine. Alfordable payments. Call evenings'weekends (906)5247337. WAKEFIELD: 2 bedroom mobile home, comptelety furnished. New roof. Security deposit, references, no pets. Call (906)667-0640 or (906) 224^941 Land for Sato ONE ACRE Lakeohcra Property on Lake Micheta, Hurtoy, W1.; City hook-up. Great build sta. .906)932-0048. Houses for Sale Lots for Sato 3 LOTS for sale, on 137 Poplar Steeet. tronwood. Cal 906-9322707 COUNTRY BUILDING SiTE: 2 acres, wooded comer of take and deaf haven. 5 miles north Ol US t, S2.500 00 (906>482-5541 For Sale or Rent 3 BEDROOM home with garage; 123 South Curry. Available September 15. (906)884-2613. BESSEMER' (YALE LOCATION): 2 bedroom trailer with garage and utility shed onnico comer tot $225.00 a month; water inctoded. C3»: (906)932-8070 or (906)6636027. OFFICE SPACE (or rent, 600 square leet, located in the Hooby Wheel PUia. 932-3332 OFFICE SPACE, Ironwood, US 2. 7SO sq ft plus *lorag«. Gas, h**t, watar and ak conditioning Included. 2 y«ar minimum laasa. $430 par month. Sand rsply to Box 01007, c/o Doily Qlobo, 11« East McLaod, Ironwood, Ml 4M3*. RETAIL/OFFICE SPACE on US-2. Ironwood. approximately 500 square leet. S500 per month, includes all utilities. Available 11/30. 906-832-9025 or 667-0119 2 Bedroom home, built in 1979, on I acre in Saxon. 2 baths, all appliances, lireplacn, gas heal, attached garage, screen porch. For more information call (715)8932311 BESSEMER 2-BEDHOOW 2 bath, very r*al, clean, new appli- arx:es, closo lo lown; Must see! (906)663-4864. BY OWNER: 322 Douglas. Double comer lot, now siding, double car garage, insulation, fireplace. French doors, 5+ bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths. $60,000.00. 906-932-4981 FOR SALE by Owner: 3» bod~ room, sauna, 2 droplaces. sorious inquirws only. For more information call Kathy Richards Management. (906)932-5500 HOUSE IN Ironwood, Douglas BouKjvArd, 2-3 tedfoom, partially (umishod. $9,900. Possible land contract, will finance or possible trade or partial trade (or vehicle of whalovor. (!>0€)CG3-4456. IRoTjWOOD: 603 Lake Avftnue, 4 bedroom. 2 car garag«, newor mechanicals, largo corrww lot. (715)476-91 IB Business Opportunities Former Church building in Ironwood otters a number of possibilities. All original woodwork. Priced Right! COLDWELL BANKER The Real Estate Store (906) 932-5406. DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION! Hurry! This opportunity will not last longl Kulctrom'a City New* la •till "For Sale." Entire building, business opportunity, and Lottery transfer to qualified buyer lor only $39,900. Time is ol the essence, tha lottery transfer expires very soon, donl delay! II you've thought aoout owning your own business, now is tho time to call Artene Schneller, Broker. All inqut- nes confrfential. Cail RE/MAX Snow Country at (909)932-1411. Recreational Property 2 WOODED parcels with cleared buOding sites, near Island Laka, Iron County, Wieconsin. Town of Knight, power and telephone available. 6 acres, S10.000; 7 acres. $11.000. Can (715)561-2332. 'EXCEPTIONAL WATERFALLS Property, $249.500. Lake Gogebic waterfront parcels, vacant and residential. Free brochure. RE/MAX Snow Country. (906)932-1411 or (800)876-9751. Automotive Boats, Watercrafts, Motor BLUE Fin with 35-hp Foroa and 36-fc Minkota bolting, live well, new seats, baflery and many extras. 906-932-2466, S2.5OO.OO SPECIAL CLOSE out! PaddM King almunim 2 person mini pontoons. 10' and 12* available. Tnv bertine Sports (906)575-3397 Motorcycles & ATVs 1995 YAMAHA V-Max 500. 700 mites, 1986 Yamaha 250 ATV, 200 hours. 715-476-3742 Trucks, Heavy Equipment Automobiles Automobiles 1906 MERCURY Topaz; 4 door, automatic, good rumor, good body, naoda torn* work; $450, Cafc(715)6«t-9817. 1968 CHEVY Cavalier, very good conation, goad ga» mieega, $1,435.00.715-661-2564 1966 GHANO Wagonear. 95.000 rntoa, Wr condition. * 1,200 or beat oftsr. (906)663-4750. 1988 CHRYSLER and 1990 Pty moo»i: Price* NegoHarUa Cafc (906}6e3-4454- 1988 DELTA Old* Brougnan, 35, V-a. 4-door, $3000 or baat offer, tor more Information; (906)6322585. T*S8 DODGE ARIES; 4 door sedan, 111,000 mtea, good rumar. $860. Cat: (715)561-2332. 1991 CROWN Victoria; many new parts, dean. $6.000. Cat. (908)932-2156, before 6 p.m. 1991 FORD TAUFIOS, good ru«v nor, good condition, $2,295.00. 715-661-2564 1991 HONDA Civic DX, 3 door. 140,000 maaa. $3.000 or best crf- ter. Cat (715)356-1585. 1991 HYUNDAI Scoupe, runs good, S2.4OO.OO or best offer. 715561-6156 (993 CADILLAC DeV*e; FutNus, V-a, front wheat drive, toother interior, automatic atarter. Very good condition. (906)663-4184. 1993 PONT1AC Bonrxwtte SSE; Wacfc, very dean, kaytaaa entry. leather nAamr, powar moon rooi, futy toadad, very dean. Blue book: $12,500; rnaka offer. (906)224-1112 or (906)229-2357. ?994 MERCURY Qrand Marque 4 door, fun power, loaded. Triton V- 6, 26-rrates>por/Oa*»i. 122.000 miies, axceaent condition. $6.000. Cai: (906)932-5493 1995 CHEVROLET Astro, 2-toned aqua, extended body. AWD. AM-FMjCO. cruiae. M. fu»y toad-, ed, looks and runs great. New brosi 112.000 highway mAas, •aats-a. $6.900 or best oner. (906)932-6033, after SP.M. 1995 CHEVFKXFT Monte Carto; loaded, new tires, brake*; $10,000 or best offer. (906)332-4642. after 3:00. 1995 OLDS 88 RoyatejBeige); dean; 37,000 mitoa; $11.800. 1996 Monte Cano(Wnka); 38,000 mitea; $12^00. (715)543-2507. MFC FIRST National Bank is ac- oapting bids on a 1993 Ford Escort Bida wM be accepted until the dose of business on September 15. 1998. We reaerve the right to accept or reject any and al bids. H any question* please cat 906932-2906. Legals 1988 DODGE, 1/2 ton, 110,000 mites, used every day, needs a few little repairs. $800.00. Ca» (906)932-6321 1988 f ORD RANGER. 4x4, «»tended cab, automatic. New: ax- haust, brakes, gas tank, fuel sender. Topper. $3.950.00. (906)886- 51S5 1992 CHEVY Silverado, extended cab, 305 4 speed, lift kit, 35" tires, tinted windows, roil bars, dual exhaust. 906-883-3689. TRUCK TRACTORS lor sale, 1989 KW T-800 350 cat. 9 speed, overdrive. 1991 KW T-600 425 cal. '13 speed. All acce saories. (800) 333-6O66 1997. DODGE Stratus; $10,000; Loaded, CD. (906)842-3353. Gol an exlra car you no longer drive? £ui! it will) a classified ad. When doing it yourself is doing you in, it's time to read the... Daily Globe (906)932-2211 Lagals Legals SaptombarlQ, 11, 19M September 10, 17, 24; October 1, , 8.1998 ' * SPECULATION HflfJF bida w* bo received by Gogebic Communfty Cotogo unH 1:00 p.m. COT, Friday, Oaptentw 22. 1996 for Materials and Serv- fcea for a apecutatoon homo to be bu* during Iho 1998-90 achool year. Bids ara sought in two categories 1) Clearing, excavation and backM maaariala and 2) Foundation labor and matenala. Spactfcations ara avatatte in tho Office ol the Dean ol Buainaa* Servian at the College. Bids must ba matfcad on the outside ol envelop* •Speculation Home Bid-Excavation* or •Speculation Homo Bid- Foundation.' Bida w« bo opened at the date and time specified above and considered by the Bond ol Trustee* at their regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday. September 29, 1998. Tha College reserves the right to reject any or al bids and to accept any bid that, in the opinion o* the Board, is to the best interest and advantage of the College. September 10. 11, 12, 198S REQUEST FOR BIDS The Gogebic County Board o» Commissioners is currenMy seeking bids for the operation of an Animal Control Shelter for the Gogebic County Animal Control Program. Interested apptcart* must be able lo compry wtti al requirements tor the operation of an Animal Control Sheker as specified in State of Michigan Public Act 287 of 1969 as amended. State ol Michigan Public Ad 239 of 1982 as amended, Michigan Department of Agriculture Rules and Regulations and the Gogebic County Animal Control Program Policies and Procedures. Sealed bids marked 'Animal Control Shelter Bid* must be submitted to tha office of Richard J. Brown. Gogebic County Cferk-nagister, 200 North Moore Street Bessemer, Ml 49911, no later than 4:OO P.M. on Wednesday, September 23, 1998. Tho Gogebic County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to refect any or al bids. S«ptamborB, 10, 1998 NOTICE TO BID ' ' INSURANCE COVERAGE Sealed bids win ba received by the Board of Trustees of Gogebic Community Coasge until 10-00 A.M. COT. September 22, 1998 tor Insurance Coverage. SpecXkca- tton* ars available In the ottc* of tho Dean ol Business Services at the Coftege. Bids shoutt bo sent lo tna Dean of Business Services and must ba marked Insurance Coverage Bid.' Bids wM ba opened at the data and time apad- fied above and wtf ba considered by tho Board of Trustees at their regular meeting at 6:00 P.M. CDT, September 29. 1B96. The Board reserves tho right lo rvfect any or all bid* and lo accept any bid that, In the opinion of tha board, is to the beat interest and advantage of the Cottage. CLASS! CRAFTS AWT1OUC DOLL CRADLE aMJiynJ n a mr»»i «y». C«n b* mad* n *«r «r ZT or pM« iraouctkxw. 4O&3S 17 »5 &M 2 FUg DC* n UOMEY BACK QUAAANTtEl A<M U »S tor eatil II t acco NV. rmii.oa *dd nu. •Ox i**9. CHAMPUUN NY. 12»t« 1 -eo6^5?1 -S383 TOW HRM H A DEBT COtiEC- TOB ATTEMTnMQ TO COt- « LECT A near. AMY NFOBMA- : •DON WE OBTAM VMU. BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. MORTGAGE SALE-Oefau« has been made in the conditions of a . mortgage made by Dennia R. Mie- • toa^k and Tammy J. Mietoszyk, huaband and wife (Original Mortgagors) to FLEET MORTGAGE . CORPORATION, a South Cart* ' na Corporation, tV/a Fteet Real Estate Funding, successor by . merger to Fteat Mortgage Corpo- - rabon, a Rhode Island Corporation, Mortgagee, dated Apri 22, 1987 and recorded on April 23, . 1987 in Ubor 23fl, on Page 393, Gogebtt County Records. Michigan, on which morigacjo there is claimed to be due at the date • hereof the sum of Seventeen , Thousand Threu Hundred Forry- Frve and 33^100 dorters ($17.345.33), ndudiog interest at • 10. 00% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, no- ' tice is hereby given that said mod- • gage will be foreckosed by a sale. ol the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, al pubic ven- due, at the front Eaat Door of the Courthouse Building in the City oi ' Bessemer, Michigan at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on Friday, October , 23. 1998. : Said premises are situated in City ' o» • tronwood. Gogebic County, • Michigan, and are described as: Lot 24, Block 4, Assessor's Plat No. 2 lo the City of Ironwood. ac-". cording to the recorded plat thereof. Excepting al oreg and minerals ' interests of record: and subject to any mining and development , ri^rts thereto. The redemption period shaM be 6 • monttXs) from the date o* such • sate, unless determined acan- , dooed in accordance with 194SCL _ 600 3241 a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days ' from the date ol such sale. Dated: September 10, 1998 FLEET MORTGAGE CORPORA-, TION FOR ' INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: ' Trotl & Ttofl. P.C. Attorneys tor FLEET MORTGAGE CORPORATION 30 150 Telegraph Suite 100 Ringharn Fwms, Michigan 48025 File* 98088443" U.S. FLAGS ON SALE AT THE DAILY GLOBE Cotton Flaga S10.00 Nyton Rag* $22.00 Flag Kits $15.00 AILY 906-932-2211 Sometimes a job is so tough, you don't want to tackle it alone-or maybe not at all. Turn to classified for help. Reliable local business people advertise in classified every day, offering their professional services to help you. Dally Globe (906)932-2211 Coping with the 'terrible twos' By Peter H. Gott, M.D. DEAR DR. GtiTT: My son, 2, enjoys biting whenever anything is taken away from him. We've tried many different kinds of punishment, but he laughs, throws something or bites back. I know about the "terrible twos," but this is ridiculous. DEAR READER: Youngsters often take great delight in exploring their environments, "flexing their muscles" — and getting a rise out of adults. Think of it: Here's a 2-year-old who automatically becomes the center of attention by chomping at will. Of course, biting is inappropriate behavior; yet consider the amount of reinforcement he receives. The attention may be worth the temporary discomfort of punishment. I suggest that you discuss this problem with your son's pediatrician. A professional who knows both the child and the family is in a sound position to give you advice about how best to discourage the biting pattern. • DEAR DR. GOTT: There was too much protein in my blood, so I was told to have a bone marrow test. It was OK. What docs excess protein signify? DEAR READER: Your question is deceptively simple; the subject of blood proteins is complex. I'll try lo give you an overview. The body's organs produce many types of proteins that circulate in the bloodstream. Each protein has a specific function. By subjecting a small sample of cell-free blood serum to a tiny electrical charge, scientists can separate the various blood proteins from one another. Because proteins vary in weight, light proteins will migrate further than heavy ones in an electrical field. This characteristic provides the basis for the medical test called serum electrophoresis, in which the blood proteins are separated, identified and quantified. Human blood usually contains five major forms of protein: albumin, alpha-1 globulin, alpha 2 globulin, beta globulin and gamma globulin. These proteins can be further divided into classes by more sophisticated tests, yielding the forms called immunoglobulin: IgA, IgD, IgE, IgG and IgM. Depending on the protein characteristics of a blood sample, doctors can diagnose certain diseases. For example, low serum albumin is often the consequence of dietary deficiency or liver disease. Antibodies, the body's proteins, are usually included in the IgG (or gamma globulin) fraction. Patients sometimes show abnormal proteins (or too much of a particular protein) in their blo<xK streams, the most common abnor-, mality is an "M spike," an excess of IgM; this is seen in myeloma and other types of plasma (blood) cell cancer. The doctor performed a bone marrow test to make sure that youp plasma cells, many of which are in thu marrow, were normal. Your excess proteins may represent a normal variation but, as I mentioned, the type of protein should be identified. Your doctor may choose to do this by further analysis using com ; plex tests. < •> I91« N KWSI'AI'KK KNTKRJfUSfi ASSM. ' DR. GOTT PETER GOTT, M.D.