Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 14, 1965 · Page 6
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SIX 1RONWOOO DAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1965. Short Wedding Trip Said Best Ry ,TOF. DILI. CHICAGO iAP> — The licmc-y- ^loon is much sweeter when s^iort. says a \veddinc consul-1 "tcvnt. and short honeymoons are "better for n marriage loo "The mo.st .surprising tiling is t>~al many times a couple gets tjorec' wifl: eacii oilier on a lone honeymoon." eonsultant Louis Seno said in an interview, ; '•The shorter the honeymoon.' The better. Two weeks Is the xnosi I'd aavise," he .said Seno. a wedding consultant 20. ;yeai\s, said the anxietj and f x- oitement leac'ang to the wedding 1 ' puts a couple on their best behavior. "Then suddenly they're married. They think they know each other, but then they start spending- 24 hours a clay together and discover they don't. ' "In a strance resort, surrounded by strangers, the discovery that Prince Charming snores or has a tew minor faults can be devastating. "The newly married couple obligates each other to constant entertainment. They see little or nothing connected with their liome life." Seno, 41 and father of four, said a short honeymoon gives the couple a chance to be alone, and that the return home means the real beginning of happiness. "At home, even though it's a brand new apartment, a bride can take things in stride." Seno said. "The man gets up and goes to work, and the wife has a chance to relax, do her daily chores and dismiss the little frailties of her husband." Seno said the most susceptible persons to a soured honeymoon are women who have lived with their parents and have made few trips. "The more the homebody, the more they look forward to a trip — and stretch it too long," he said. "Many women end up getting homesick. As a result Impatience and misunderstanding develop." Personalities In the News By THE ASSOCIATED PRES ALBANY, N.Y. (API—Heiress Gamble Benedict and her new husband, state police investigator Thomas F. Gallagher Jr.. lioneymooned in Bermuda instead of Ireland. Gallagher says. "I hope there were a lot of press agents waiting at the Dublin airport," Gallagher said. When they were married July 1 in Clinton, N.Y., the couple said they were going to Ireland. Ford to Market TV Set for Cars The Doctor Says LINEN KNITS ARE SUMMER HITS -There's an exciting summer fashion story in new linen knits. These handsome knits are being made by many of America's leading knitwear manufacturers in pure linen or linen combined with silk, wool, Arnel or rayon. Appliqued flowers bloom on the fresh, young two-piece knit deft*. Irish linen, Arnel and wool were used in a closely textured stitch. Background is white; "flowers in soft pastels. In one-piece sheath i right > the same linen, mixed with silk, gives the effect of tussah. The random stripes are in beige and black. Caboose Used As Playhouse Trout Creek Personals LIBERTYTOWN, Md. (AP> Twenty-five miles from nearest railroad tracks, a Baltimore-Ohio Railroad caboose was a guest at the Lutheran Church Choir practice, where she showed and explained many beautiful slides of Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. R--ino Heikkala, and Mrs. DETROIT (API — Ford Motor Co announced Tuesday it would market a nine-inch portable television set which could be used in an auto or a home. The unit, developed by Ford's subsidiary. Philco Corp., Is all; transistorized and has a 12-volt DC cord which can be plugged into either the car cigarette lighter or a portable battery pack in the auto. It has a 110-j volt AC cord for home use. j A separate car antenna to I improve fringe area reception : and a bracket for attaching the: set to the back of the front seat j are available as options. j The suggested retail price fon tne UHF-VHF portable set is' Si 69.95. The antenna and seat bracket are available at 819.95 and $12.95 respectively, while! the portable battery pack has a! suggested list price of $29.95 at! Ford and Lincoln-Mercury deal- i ers. It will be on sale in a few) weeks. Two states—Rhode Island and Kentucky—ban use of television ' sets in autos, according to rigitres compiled by the Automobile Manufacturers Assn. Some 31 states stipulate that the ' set must be placed in such a way that the driver can not see the screen and thus be distracted. By W. O. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Q—What causes hiatus hernia? How can I adjust to this condition? Why Is surgery not recommended? What is the prognosis? A — The opening in the dia- Theater Group Opens Season CALUMET — The Keweenaw Playhouse in Calumet h as launched its seven-week season | of Broadway productions se-; lected solely for pure theatrical entertainment. "Come Blow Your Horn," the hilarious long-run comedy h i t by Neil Simon, is being prc-j sentecl as the first play. It will run through Sunday night, with all performances, except the 7 p.m. Sunday show starting at 8:30 p.m. The box office is open! daily, except Monday, from 1 to 9 p.m. for this and all subsequent shows. The entire company is represented in the production, onstage, behind the scenes, and in | front of the house to make the) season's beginning a memorable and pleasing one. Marshall Strader is the p r o- clucer and director. USE DAILY GLOBfc WANT-AO9 phragm that allows the esophagus to pass irom the thorax into the abdomen is a point o f nr.hir;.! weakness — so much so that over GO per cent of all persons over 60 years 01 ugc have some degree of herniation here. The percentage increases with age and with a lendency lo obesity. You might adjust to it by reducing if you are overw e i g h t and by sleeping in a scmireclin- ing position. In this position gravity allows the portion of your s t o m a c h that has cscnp e d through the hiatus into your chest to drop back into i t. s formal place. Operation is the treatment ot choice because it will correct the cause of your discomfort. If you have some condition that would make an operation an unwarranted hazard your doctor would advise against it. This type of hernia is an annoyance rather than a t h r e at to life except in rare instances in which the stomach does not slide back into place when you stand up. As a result of this strangulation, gangrene of t h e incarcerated portion may occur and an emergency operation would be necessary. Q — Can taking Gelusil f r e- quently over a long period have any bad effects on a person with RKStrltls and duodenal » 1- eer 1 ? Would the diets usually prescribed lor these two i 11 nesses clash? A — Gclustl contains m a g - nesium trisilicate and aluminum hydroxide. These are not absorbed into the blood and can snfoly bo taken in large amounts. The only unwanted results of taking an excessive dosage might be a slight constipation or an interference with the absorption of phosphorus from the digest!v tract. The diets usually prescribed for gastritis and Tor peptic ulcer are bland Mow in roughage and irritating spices) and would not. cl;i:;ii Q _ My I'atlKT, 79, dreams every right —not nightmares, just, dreams, lie doesn't eat before h» goes to bed so what I could cause this? I ;\ _ studies on sleep show I that everyone has dreams that ! last :"i !c 10 minutes several ! times a night. If they do n o t ' wake up during the dream they will not remember the dream at j nil but, if they are awakened i dtirlm; tlie dream, the details j will be vividly remembered. I This is normal and does not I depend on overeating at b e d ! time Please send your questions and ."o'nments to Wayne G. Brnndstnclt. M.D., in care of this paper. While Dr. Brand- stacit cannot answer individual ' Idlers he will answer letters of ] general interest in future col- ! umns. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rajala _ ancl children, Pontiac. are vac- Ruth and Paul. Mr the ationing at the Arthur Pulkas urho Heikkala, Jean and Renee! home for one week. spent a day in Marquette a t Louis Pulkas, Ontonagon. was' tending a family reunion of the stands in"a backyard "of this" tiny a recent caller here. , Heikkala family. Western Maryla'nd community. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walls! Bruce Knivila, Detroit, is The 50-year-old car serves as and children, Milwaukee. M r .; spending his vacation with his a playhouse for Marine Sgt. Wil-and Mrs. David Walls and child-, parents. Mr. and Mrs Charles Ham M Bill's children ren. Cedar Spring, are vacation-' Knivila. Mrs. Knivila returned Last vear Bill found a ca- ing at the home of their par-I home alter several weeks in boose in the B&o yards at Brim- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert, Ypsilanti with her son an d swick, Md., ready for the scrap Walls and Mr. and Mrs. arthur, daughter in law. Mr. and Mrs. hean He nersnnrlerl railrnnrl Pittslev. -Douglas Knivila. officials to selMt to him fo- V«o Miss' Jean Anderson is vaca-, Mrs. Elma Fisher and grand- Sen SF<pent another S480 hav ^ning In Milwaukee with r e- ; daughter. Kimberly Kay. Super- ing it moved the 25 miles to his ^ives for several weeks. ior are vacationing here for Leslie Davidson, spent the seveiai ciays. weekend with his wife and: Mr. and Mrs. \DnerSeppanen daughter at the home of M r s . j s P ent . a weekend camping a t' Josephine Moreno. j Perch Lake. , Mrs. Louise McLauchlin. Mar-' Miss Sharon Hautamaki, who ... ... n , , „ ff , : queue, spent a weekend at the 115 employed in .niinois. is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fafford. •£ O f her daughter Mrs i in S some time ">' lth lier P ar " Highwood, 111., spent a weekend ^p 1 ™ ^ "f clau - mei - s • entSi Mr _ ancl Mrs waiter Hau- with relatives in this area Mr an * Mrs Tovio Karainin tamaki. Mrs. Richard Baker left re- and Mildred ancl Mr ancl Mrs j Callers in Ewen recently were cently for Wausau to Join her. Arnle Kangas hHve return e ri lMrs. Floyd Mclntyre. Mrs. daughter, Airs. Pnscilla Lane, to honie after a tnree week vaca ; Louise MacLauchlin. Mrs. Hazel fly to Sacramanto Calif, where ti t ourin° carts of Arizona I Sliger, Mrs. Alice Thompson (Hat, iirill Ka mioc-fc- .-,1 11-, o V,r,r>-, a ' L1U " 1 U LU1U O JJclILS Ui All^UIld = ,,„..:__ ™ * backyard. Saxon Personals will be guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Laitala. and Mexico j Mrs - Maxine Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sal-! Mr - and Mrs - Ben Manning. . ^ „ . . Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeZur. to and children Detroit are j Mr. and Mrs. Urho Heikkala )d family. Milwaukee, visited at ; vacationin£r at the homp of Mrs iand daughters were recent call- and . *. : vacationing at the home of Mrs. ers in Iron River. the Ida Page and George Baker. Elvie Olgren homes. Miss Jane Besonen Marcr;ette Mr - and Mrs - Melvin Aho Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ravio SDent a weekend 'with her |! and children, Beechwood, spent and family, Mullan. Idaho, are, Barents Mr and MrV E inn 1 * da y at the *""* °"" vacationing at the Wilbert Luoma • Besonen ' Eino. nome - Miss Diane Tahtinen, Chicago, i Mary Staff homes. anrl and NEW YORK (APi — Rajmo- han Gandhi, 29, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, says he has invited 100 young Americans to tour Asia to display "a more • exciting revolution" to their counterparts in the nonaligned world. Gandhi, editor of an English-, language news magaazine in Bombay, said Tuesday in an interview he hopes to sponsor such a tour for the members of a musical revue created by stu- cients attending a demonstration on Mackinac Island, Mich. Gandhi came to the United States to attend the demonstration sponsored by Moral Rearmament, an international organization. Gandhi heads Moral Re-armament in India. LOS ANGELES lAPi— Anna Kashfi cried Tuesday on the witness stand as she told how actor Marlon Brando, her ex- husband, took custody of their child, Christian Devi, last Dec 7. Miss Kashfi is charged with assault. A policeman who accompanied Brando said Miss Kashfi slapped the movie star during a wild argument over possession of the boy, now 7. Brando testified that several medical authorities told him Miss Kashfi was psychoneurotic. Mrs. Susan Daronco. Minnea- the polis, spent a weekend at home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. George BaH"?r. Mrs. Lily Gardner, Burbank, j Calif., is visiting at the Goldiei ^"" f " Anderson home. ycueiua, Marvin Ansami, Kenosha, vis- spent a weekend with her par, ents Mr. and Mrs. Nels Tahti- ; nen. 'Body' Found To Be Dummy HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — A with Mrs. i party of state and local police thp nnmp nf his narpnts "" • and Mrs ' Ijero - v W h i t e and the resident park ranger the home of his paients, were recent callers at tne ployd climbed down a rock face % t recently. j Mclntyre home. weekend^the, home ' SP ^ Mrs ' Bruce Warren and Mrs " weekend at hei home. j Thomas Grooms were recent Paulette Hannula and . Char-! callers in Wate rsmeet. lotte Powell, Madison, visit e d Sleeping Giant State Park to investigate reports of a body. They found a stuffed dummy, I made of wood and excelsior. Mrs. John Besonen and child- ' state police said Francis Pe- Mr ancl Mrs Cvril Seheerns ren ' Mrs ' ThomEls Dent al and tens. 17, Meriden reported .-V.^"?. ..A .„-... ^ liee . 1 _ ns Bettie were recent callers in; seeing something on the ledge ' this wek. their parents for a weekend. and family and Leonard Holmes, ^\ven Waukegan, 111., visited -relatives here for a weekend. Guests at the Ann Ducharme r a weekend were Jim, \ and Mrs Reino ^ elhkala . I Paul Dncharme, Mil-, Mr _ and Mrs j, red g]iger and sons, Hancock, visited at the. Staff home lor Bob ancl waukee, and Mrs. Russell Saari and family of Radisson. Wis. Clarence Payette, D u 1 u t h , was a recent visitor at the on. Mr. and Mrs. Lincly S u n i e. Battle Creek, v^re rec e n t Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and; Kendra, California, are vaca-| , tioning with her parents, Mr., 'Beetle Gets Doa License LEXINGTON, Ky. (APi— "If Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Cameron. Thomas Dental. Grand Ra, ,, , .. _, , . pids, recently visited at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester : j ohr | Besonen home Rinson - : Mr. and Mrs/Hugo Soumonen Lewis told his son, Stephen, 15. The boy didn't. His father did. The license, issued Monday by Fayette County dog warden, . ,, T , „ , . . . Mr. and Mrs. led Palmquist; and chilc i ren of Tiiinoi<= are va-^ llsts the brecd as "American d son Robert Brookfield Wi ' Bea " and son, Robert, Brookfield, Wis.,; visited relatives here for a week. { Mrs. Lillian Roatch has re-, turned from Milwaukee where | she visited for two weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Lahti and) daughter, Racine, visited at'] the Impala home for a weekend, i Mr. ancl Mrs. Patrick Kroll! his mother ^ ' Beatle '" and t!ie markings as Mr and Mrs John OIIiIa !"boy with bangs.' the Fourth nf Tuiv l OUlth y in DETROIT (APi—John Anderson Jr., 48, former governor of Kansas, has been appointed as executive director of the newly formed Citizens Committee on State Legislatures. The appointment was announced Tuesday. The group was formed recently to improve the public image of legislatures and build support for them over an initial five-year period. Measure Favors Items For All Congressmen WASHINGTON (AP) —If the , House has its way, all members onri fnmii,, iv/rn,.r-,in f "'" J1 " "- ""•""" ••»"- has of Congress will be furnished the weekend at the SuHivan anri' returned to HawaU aftcr spend-Iwith automatic letter-openers tne \\i_eKenci at tl.e Sullivan and ing ner vacation here with her and letter-sealing machines. *' s parents. Mr. anrl Mrs Wilbert The House passed a bill to do Walls. Lt. Walls, a member of this Monday and sent it to the Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson and children rpent a weekend in Sidnaw at the William home. Lt. Marian Walls When you want to use those s mall quantities of lefto v e r cooked vegetables in a nutritious cream soup lor your lam- ily, count on adding a cup of the cup-up vegetables to a couple .of cups of thin white sauce. a weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Marshal are vacationing at their cottage here. Terry Bourcla;:;es. who attends Wisconsin State Universi-i ty, Superior, spent a weekend at the Edward Fafford home. | Archie Bourda»:es. Del r o i t , viMted ivlalivs and friends here over the weekend Mrs;. Jeanne C'r'\u,o. Wausau. and Mrs. Ida Melehert Antigo, are visiting at the Goldie Anderson home. SPAGHETTI & SAUCE YOU'LL LOVE IT ... IJ's simply "Magnified" Yes, our Original Old Style Tomato Sauce it typically Italian . . . • delicious combination of the best spices and tomatoes, prepared only the way the chef at the "V" can. Rich 'n red—heavy with jesty flavor. Don't take our word for it ... ask our customer*! Pasties every Thursday. -Cafe Phone 561-4713 Silver St. Hurley, Wisconsin By Popular Demand The BIG WHEEt Returns to FRIDAY NIGHT SMORGASBORD featuring: Seafood Dishes, Meat Dishes. A Variety j of Colorful Salads, Vegetable Dishes and a most complete selection of appetizers and greens. * DANCING * EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Chef Charlie Robbins "Plan now lo meet your friend- at Big Wheel" OPEN at 11 a.m. Daily The BIG WHEEL Located off Higways U.S. 2 & M-28 on the Short* of Beautiful Sunday Lake DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION ON SHOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY! COME AND GET 'EM! WOMEN'S SHOES Entire Stock Summer PUMPS-FLATS 300 fo 700 reg. 3.99 reg. 9.99 • Medium-high heels • Whites, bone • Pastels • Good sizes • A A, B widths "Charge It" GIRL'S SHOES SHOES REDUCED! 00 "Charge It" 2°° to 4 reg. 2.99 reg. 5.99 • Entire summer stock • Few dark styels for back to school • Sizes from BVi to 2 in summer styles • Sizes 12Vi to 3 in Fall styles • Limited quantifies • Odd lots MEN'S SHOES Discontinued Styles in Men's SHOES REDUCED! 6°° to 8°° reg. 8.99 reg. 10.99 • Few summer styles • Side lies,^oxfords • Sizes in white bucks • Limited quantities • Broken sizes "Charge It" BOY'S SHOES Summer Fabric Shoes 2 99 "Charge It" • High cut basketbal shoes • Low cut styles • Odd sizes in low cut basketball style • Boys moccasins in sizes 3 to 5'/2 ...FOR MEN... WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS HEAVY CANVAS OXFORDS Brown, Charcoal, Broken Sizes. STURDY MOCCASINS . . , Broken sizes, limited stock 2 99 ...FOR WOMEN... SUMMER SANDALS . . $1 . $3 Broken lots. limitpH stork ™ ^^ 1 HOUSE SLIPPERS 100 Vinyl uppers, all sizes SUMMER SANDALS. All sizes, brown, black j_-3 w ^50 C BLACK MINE BOOTS ooo A. I. * f II _ r. ^ ^B^L ^^^^ r?s 88 ...FOR GIRLS... SUMMER SANDALS . .$O . $3 Brown, while .broken sizes -^B ^^ 6 pr. only 16" soft top Sli«7/ 10, li, 12. Brown, while .broken sizes SUMMER CANVAS SHOES Black, white, chino, jeans. Size* 8'/7 to 3. 8" WORK BOOTS 2 6" WORK SHOES . 7 77

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