mONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN The Doctor Says By >v. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. to rule out a more serious condition such as tularemia. skin tuberculosis and Hodgkin's disease, a skin test should be made! FIVE LITTLE 'INDIANS'—Getting ready for the children's parade which is being held in conjunction with the Hiawatha Festival this weekend are the fivt grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. iBoxcar> Johnson. 216 E. Michigan Avc. The children, all under 7 years old, are, from left to right: Kristie Olson, 3'-, Robin Jolir.son. 3 1 -; Kerry Olson, 5'. 2 : Karen J<vr;r.xon. o' 1 ;;. iir.cl Jf-fv Olson. 6U>. The Johnsons are from Roanoke. Va.. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jolvr^on. Tlie Olsons are from Detroit, the children of Mr. anc Mrs. Kenneth j. Olson, i Dally Globe Photo >. I Cat scratch fever is an un- i iortunate misnomer that has been responsible for scaring : more people than it has helped. This disease is caused by a vi-, rus? that Is common throughout : our environment. Thus, the dis- i ease might just as well be called \ thorn fe-ver or pin scratch fever. 'In other words, if the virus is. : on your skin or on the object : that scratches you. you may : develop the disease. ' At the onset, the victim may ; have a mild headache with fever : and general pepless n e s s. A ' search, may then reveal a small ' infected olister that may be mis- ; taken for an Insect bite or a ' pimple. Several days later the iymph nodes in the region of rhe scratch may become enlarged and tender. These nodes may remain sore long after the headacrie and fever have subsided. Because it is important to clinch the diagnosis. \ The treatment consists of open-! ing and draining the initial sore; 1 in some cases and giving pred- j ; nisone or a related steroid hor- I mone. Antibiotics are sometimes! 1 given to control a secondary in-; fection but are usually not re-1 , quired. j I Several people have asked me j ; what should be done with the i cat, assuming that a cat scratch ; i or bite did indeed start the dis- I ease. Since the cat is not a car- j rier in the true sense and the | whole thing was an accident, I nothing need be done. Your veterinarian can neither vaccinate the cat against this disease nor disinfect him. Better get him a scratching post to sharpen his , claws on and train him to lay off scratching or biting the hand that feeds him. Q—What is terminal ileitis? What causes it? Is a .1iet nec- cessary? What other treatment if recommended? , ,\—Whereas "terminal pueu-! monia" refers to your last clays i on earth, "terminal Ileitis" re-' fers to nothing so ominous. It' is an inflammation of the last portion of the small intestine—, the terminal ileum. The cause j is unknown but nervous tension and a diet high in roughage will aggravate it. A high-protein, low residue diet should be followed i faithfully. | Some victims have been bene- j fited by X ray therapy, sulfa drugs and ontispasmodics. Sur: gical removal of 'he affected portion of the bowel may give temporary relief but recurrences i are so common most doctors ad- j vise against It. Bobcat Is Killed tylAMI, Fla. (API - W. G. Gerrard and a is family wcrej driving along south 3i Miami at; night recently when something j dashed out of the shadows anrl| crashed into the car Back along, the road, Gerrard found a 30-1 pound female bobcat, with a broken neck. "A beautiful animal," he said. "All of five feet long." THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965. Sheriff's Deputies to Need College Degrees PORTLAND, Ore. (API—Future sheriff's deputies in Mul- inomah County will need a college degree. The Bounty Civil Service Commission voted Tuesday night to make the bachelor's degree a requirement for full time sheriff's deputies and staff. When French cooks prepare unstuffed roast chicken, t h e y usually like to brown the chicken in butter on top of the range before baking in the over. PIZZA DELIVERY SERVICE 'The Other Place' 132 E, Aurora Ironwood DIAL 932-2610 Evenings You Can Also Call LIBERTY BELL CHALET-DIAL 561-3753 MINIMUM ORDER . . . $2.00, 25c DELIVERY CHARGI FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER $4 r^mnnnioe I \fe>ncoA • partmpr.t of Insurance Tuesday. Companies Licensed Thpy are; Eclucators Life In . LANSING (AP)-Three new, surance Co . oi Arm Arbor, Sen- Michigar life insurance com-| wa y Life Insurance Co. of Mus- oanies were issued preliminary * kegon and Summit Life Insur- iicenses by the Michigan De-iance Co of Jackson. 1G< RlJYS i**M»«*y,- v WLg^Jmam jgg^Ms^fcg During HIAWATHA FESTIVAL DAYS Black & Decker 73" UTILITY SAWS Hs Teci 4 af UTILITY JIG SAW "gicuf i" UTILITY DRILL special 29.88 19.88 9.88 20 Gallon GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS Moore's STREAM-LINE HOUSE PAINT Wilh Cover, Reg. 3.95 Special V/hile Special . . gallon 2.79 Young Cyclist Visits Here A 17-year-old Anchorage, Alaska, youth passed through Ironwood Tuesday on his 4.100-mile bicycle trip that will take him to Detroit where he will pick up a new car for his father i Greg Layman, 17, has been on ; the road for five weeks and one j da.v pedalling a b'icycle all t h e ; way from Anchorage, Alas k a . : But at one time he traveled to i Duluth from Bemidji by bus. be cause of repairs needed on the 10-speed bicycle. Upon reaching Ironwood, Layman stopped at the state travel information center, where more bicycle difficulties occurred. With none of the needed parts available in the Ironwood area, Layman, after making a collect telephone call to his father, took a bus to Chicago to obtain need! ed parts. He will then travel the rest of the way to Detroit by bi•; cycle from Chicago. Special Buy 10.88 SUNBEAM STEAM IRON Cosco IITIIITV TADIC While, 3-Tiered wilh Duplex ft QQ UIILIIl I ABLE 10.95 Value, Special O.7T S to 9 Cup Mirro or West Bend Aluminum AUTOMATIC PERCOIATORS Sp eci a , 6.99 22"—4 Cycle POWER MOWERS 3 hp Briggs & Stratton Engine 51. Special Round Plastic CLOTHES BASKETS Special 88c TOILET SEATS White with C.P. hinges, reg. 4.95' Special 3.89 THERMOS BOTTLES Pint Size reg. 1.49 Special i I . ERICKSON COLEMAN HARDWARE ! Hamtramck Man Held jOn Murder Charge 1 HAMTRAMCK (AP^—A plea i of innocent was entered Wed- I nesday for Anthony Lachcik, of j Hamtramck, who stood mute at his arraignment on a first-! degree murder charge in the ' j strangling of Flint factory i worker Alfred M. Welsh, 54.! | Hamtramck Municipal Judge' , Rudolph Maras ordered Lachcik , i held in jail without bond pend- j ing trial. | 219 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Phone 932-3000 H o m o g e h i zation does not j change the food value of milk. In the homogenization process, | ; the fat in milk is simply broken i up into particles too fine to rise : as cream. Milk is homogenized either before or right after it is j pasteurized. I wi Just ask any of the salespeople at Stern & Field for a free entry blank. There's no obligation. You can begin registering this weekend or any time thereafter . . . registration is not confined to only this weekend! Be sure to register! You must be 16 years of age or over to register. THIS HEW HONDA SHOP THESE Bays Button Front SHORT SLEEVE SWEATSHIRTS r£ 2.29 Solids and Patterns in MEN'S SHORTIE PAJAMAS Real S8 "e7%« mfo " Men's Wcish n' Wear DACRON and COTTON ROBES *"*%:£?"* THIS WEEKEND! Reg 1 OQ i.98 I .Oy MEN'S TERRY CLOTH ROBES Easy Care Reg. 8.95 3.49 7,49 6.99 Special on All WINTER SWEATERS only) 1 Group Pre-Cuffed WORK PANTS ; PRICE! Corner Aurora "Doorway to a man's world Suffolk Ironwood Combines Their Big Clearance With The CITY-WIDE Friday and Saturday 168 DRESSES for Spring and Summer Spring and Summer Dress Reduced! Choose from Jer. Crepes, Whipped Cream Dacron Prints and Rayons. Every type of dress you could want is on sale! Juniors - Misses - Half-Sizes 5 SPECIAL GROUPS Girls' DRESSES Shifts and Jumpers for Spring & Summer Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 129 Reg. 1.98, On Sale Regular * s S 1 1 .98, Now I Regular 19.98, Now 99 Now 25.98, Now Reg. 4.98, On Sale Reg. 7.98, On Sale 379 49 5 Regular 29.98, Now 22 " ALL SUMMER SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES Prints, Checks and Whites. Just -what you need for now! Regualr 2.98 Now Only Regular 3.98, Now Only Regular 7.98, (slow Only 1.99 2.99 3.99 COTTON KNIT TOPS Plain, stripes and checks included. Good selection. Regular 2.98, Only Regular 4.00, Only Regular 5.98 Now Only 1.99 2.99 3.99 JAMAICAS and Knee-Capers Pastel Plaids, Seersuckers and Twills. SPORTSWEAR CHTQ Toddlers, plus Sizes dbld 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 2-Pc. Short Sets, Jamaica Sets, and Slack Sets 14 Women's COATS 11 Women's SUITS ALL WOOL' Choice of Pebble Crepes, Mohairs in checks and Plaids. Sizes 8 to 18 included. BIG, BIG REDUCTIONS! Reg. 29.98, Now Only 16 99 Reg. 49.98, Now Only Reg. 39.98, Now Only 28 23 99 99 Reg. 2.98, On Sale Reg. 3.98, On Sale Reg. 5.98, On Sale 199 999 449 Regular 2.98, Now Only Regular 4.00, Now Only . Regular 5.98 Now Only 1.99 2.99 3.99 HELANCA KNIT Sleeveless Tops Scoop neck styles in pastels novelty patterns. Summer Jewelry Ear Rings, Necklaces and Bracelets. All the new styles, colors! Boys'-Men's Specials! Boys 7 SPORT and JAC SHIRTS Cottons and Knits in famous makes. Sizes 8 to 18. Reg. 1.98 On Sale 1 39 Reg. 2.98, On Sale 29 Boys' Cotton Pants Reg. 1.00, On Sale Reg.. 2.00, On Sale Reg. 3.98, On Sale 59 119 Q49 Reg. 1.79, On Sale Toddlers and 3 to 8 sizes 19 1 Reg. 1.98, 1 49 On Sale 1 Reg. 2.98 On Sale 2 29 SILK SQUARES 30-inch squares by Glensder Reg. 2.00, On Sale Regular 3.98, Now Only Regular 5.98, Now Only 2.99 3.99 POP-ON JACKETS Just right for cool evenings. In Nylons, Twills and Denims 3 QQ • TT Regular 5.98, N o v^ Only Regular 10.00 Now Only 55 All-Weather COATS Water repellent! Choose from Prints, Checks and Twills. In Sizes 8 to 18. R«0. 11.98, Mow Only "T99 f Reg. 17.98, Now Only 10 99 Girls' JACKETS Lined and unlined styles. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. Ideal for cool evenings and back to school. Reg. 2.98, On Sale Reg. 3.98, On Sale 1 2 99 99 Men's SPORT and JAC SHIRTS Famous Makes in Knits and Cottons. Reg. 1.98, 1 39 On Sale 1 Reg. 2.98, On Sa'e 2 29 Reg. 5.00, On Sale 3 79 FATIGUE MATS Ideal for kitchen, bath, or basement. Girls' Rain or Shine COATS REVERSIBLE) Solid poplin colors reverse to pretty prints! Sizes 3 to 6* and 7 to 141 R*9.5.98, On Sale Reg. 1.00, On Sale! 49 NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS ...ALL SALES FINAL In READY TO WEAR!
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