Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 18, 1965 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, MAY 18,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRCNWOGD, MICHIGAN Fees Set for Use Of Forest Areas The $7 recreation-conservation sticker, a means to coll e c t funds for the Land and Wat e r Conservation Fund Act. is now on sale at all National Forest offices. This sticker will permit any private non-commercial vehicle and its occupants to enter almost all federal recreation areas throughout the United States where a charge is norma 11 y made. This recreation-conservation sticker is valid until April 1, 1966. John O. Wernham, of Iron-: wood, forest supervisor, has an-! nounced charges will be made for camping at the following Ot- j tawa National Forest campgrounds beginning June 15, 1965: Lake Ottawa and Golden Lake on the Iron River District; Norway Lake, Perch Lake, and Kid-1 ncy Lake on the Kenton District; Imp Lake. Marion L a k e , i and Taylor Lake on the Waters-; meet District. For campers not wishing to purchase the $7 sticker, daily or seasonal tickets will be avail-, able. The daily rate will be 50 cents per person 16 years of age j and older per night. The seasonal rate is $2.50 per person 16 years of age and older. Seasonal tickets are only good for charge campgrounds on the Nation a 1 Forest where they are purchased. The daily and seasonal tickets are charges -per person. The $7 recreation-conservation stick e r allows all occupants of the vehicle displaying the sticker use of the charge area camp sites. According to Wernham charg-|29, is the drunken wife who es will be made only for camp-; spends much of her time in tav- ing. There will not be anyierns while her husband is away charges made anywhere on the from home. Ottawa National Forest sites "Dr. Crane." she moaned, "I Schools of Ironwood Township Michigan Week Education Day obtetf* ance. ! Mrs. DeRubeis'Junior hiffc ! Week essays and her homt «eo- During the week of May 16-22' Mrs. Swen Ekstrom's eighth j nomics classe * *1H feature Tronwood Township Schools are and nlnth grade pnysical e duca-i commemorating Michigan Week .:„_„,„„„„•„ ^ n ,,- • • basing festivities upon the 1965 Uo " class *'» dance tne Vir & ima theme. "Michigan-Dynamic in reel anct demonstrate rope skip- social Science classes are studying Michigan resources, state governrn ft pt " d . "Michigan, an Important World Progress" and the Gogeb-, Ping, both early Michigan rec- af *v, • n « •• « ic County sub-theme. "Plan- reations. Mrs. William Rlch-i bta ^ e m . „.. un ]°n. **eports, U n i t e-Prbsper" shortened tOjards 1 first grade will recite thej posters ' DUlIetm Board displays, " PUR " ' pocm - " Apple Blossom s." and t , .. Robert PalHn'* limtar ,,, • , , <; rm fhp snncrc "Ti-io Dino Tvna" *•"" oiuuy. KODert r*aiiin s junior Although spmal geography. 3'! /^h " lir.t Rnhm • Mr, ™& mathematics classes will history, government, langua g e *£ The tlist Robm Mrs stud matnematics and Clitics arts, and fine arts lessons arc « a 'P ]1 Olsons kindergaiten will i . Michlffan InrtmtrlM mmd* arranged in all township ^ \-SS^s ^K^^" Md ««", SlffaS^^TK rooms during Michigan Week, 1 ^piings in tne AH. i ine actual observance began several:, Pano > discussions will be held, weeks ago. The sixth issue at*? Mrs Arnold Liimakka'sj the school's newspaper "The : Mlh Srade on "Transportat i o n< Tattler," highlighted Michi g a n, Unlimited:" by Mrs. W. F. Duf-; Week with articles, pictures.! fin s rlfth § rade °" " An Agricul-j cross-word puzzles, questions ture State:" by Mrs. Zenda De-i and answers on Michigan. i Hiibeis 1 seventh grade on IN CONCERT TONIGHT—The Luther L. Wright High School Concert Band, under the direction of Kenneth Wiele, will present an outdoor pop concert tonight at 7 on the front steps of the high school. Being the last concert of the year, many special features have been planned. These include a special majorette dance number, two numbers by the High School Dance Band, a special saxophone ensemble and the presentation of band awards. The most important feature of the concert is that it is being held outside much like the familiar park concerts. In case of rain, the concert will be held at a later date. (Modern Portrait Photo i . Water Wnnrlprlanrl • " Rv Opralrt ' " * Special day highlight articles i' " tree ' activities in MM Schools during are designed to students a better and appreciation of ." Everywhere will the state's flag, bird. ! were written: Sunday, May 16. i Spiritual Foundations Day, by! on hv Rnh R ° b seal flower ' d e The WORRY CLINIC By OR. GEORGE W. CRANE Lorna's confession is a classic so be sure you scrapbook this case. And send for the booklet below that outlines in more detail such sex differences between men and women. Lorna is a slave to a sexual inferiority complex, plus the '29 panic which often terrified such wives. CASE V-492: Lorna S., aged for picnicking, launching boats, j grow swimming, or fishing. ; go to so lonely that I simply a tavern for companion- The $7 recreation-conservation! ship." sticker, daily tickets, and season-! Do you readers believe that standard excuse? "Lorna," I replied, "if you are then why don't you go al tickets can be pure h a s e d from the forest supervisor's of- ( fice in Ironwood or district man- i lonely, ager's offices at Bess e m e r, Bergland, Ontonagon, Wat e r s- meet, Kenton, and Iron River. Fees will be collected at the charge area campgrounds from those unable to purchase their tickets in advance from the forest offices. Mack Is Opposed To Pension Plan State Senator Joseph S. Mack. Democrat, Ironwood, relative to the legislative pension plan, issues the following open letter to the voters of the 38th Senatorial District: Scholarship Won By Ironwood Girl OWOSSO—Miss Louise I. Syrjala, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Syrjala, 1220 Cloverland Drive, Ironwood, has been named winner of an Alvin M. Bentley Foundation Scholarship to Gogebic Community College ! for the academic year of 1965-66. [ A member of the National i Honor Society at Luther L. Wright High School, Miss Syrjala's B e n *1 e y Foundation Scholarship will amount to $375 | for the academic year and is i to the corner sandwhich shop and enjoy a cup of coffee among a congenial crowd?" But Lorna hemmed and hawed, for actually, it wasn't just loneliness that motivat e d her. Any physician can diagnose Lorna's case almost before she I finishes her opening sentence. i But it often requires an hour ! of tactful cross-examination before such a patient will face up to reality and blurt out her inner feelings. Here is the final confession of Lorna., so read it with care: "Dr. Crane," she admitted, "I am scared about being unattractive to men. "And I have no children, although we have been married six years, so I wonder if I am all there as a woman. "That's why I head for a tavern, for when you have had a few cocktails with a man, he grows confidential and may try to make love to you. "This isn't true in the ordinary restaurant where you are drinking coffee and having a hamburger. "Meanwhile, I have had a few drinks, too, so I am not responsible for what happens. "For when a person is drunk, she can't be blamed for her actions, can she? "So when my tavern companion takes me to his hotel room, I admit I have often been unfaithful to my husband. "But I didn't intend to do so and if I weren't intoxicated, I wouldn't go to a hotel with another man. Dr. Crane, I wish I could Loyalty Day Program Is Sponsored by VFW MASS - A Loyalty Day gram, sponsored by the loc a 1 — Gustafson: Wednesday. May 19. lOur Livelihood Day, by Gaii; d ••Dvnamic ecn Dynamic Racing Bill Shelved LANSING CAP)—A greyhpuad racing bill was scratched in tot . 'Please be informed that the j one of the major awards pre-j? 1 ' 6814 m yself of this liquor hab- respective proposal to change j sen ted to 54 Michigan Colleges! "•„ the pension benefits was made [ an d Universities by the Foundation this year. Miss Syrj a 1 a has served as by an individual senator and certainly does not reflect the thinking of the majority of the senate body, much less my pers o n a 1 business manager of the high school year book staff. My husband sent me to a hospital for a cure, but I wasn't home two weeks before I drifted back to the tavern." feelings or desires in this mat- "Young women of the caliber ter. i of Miss Sryjala should be en"Y o u may further be in- couraged to advance their edu- formed, that whether it be right j cation to meet the challenge of I or wrong, I have consistent l_yjtomorrow's leadership," Alvin| iniM. Rpnt.ipv of Owosso said in! SEX SLAVEYS Lorna is thus a slave to a secret sexual urge and it is not voted against any increase salaries or pension benefits. "I am sure many people have misinterpreted the present legislative pension plan as a free ride for the legislators at the taxpayers expense. It would only be fair to' inform those who are conce rned, that today (not those who initiated this pension fund, in the past) who wou 1 d participate in the legislative pension plan and Social Secur i t y benef i t s, would pay approximately $88.54 per month out of his salary into the pension funds. This would be over $1,000 a year, in round figures. If a present Legislator, at 45 years of age, chose to participate in the plan, he would contribute over $20,000 of his salary to receive the maximum benefits at the age of 65. In conclusion, please be assured I have taken no part in the writing of any phase of the legislative retirement act and I shall continue to oppose any so- called increase of pension benefits." M. Bentley making the announcement of the award. "The Foundation, which Mrs. Bentley and I set up four years ago, could do no better than to recognize Louise's past record with an investment in her future." Scholarships were given to students graduating this year from Michigan High Schoo 1 s who applied for the scholarships at the 54 Michigan instituti o ns receiving the grants. Select i o n of the winners were made by the scholarship committees of t h e colleges and universities. The Bentley Foundation is currently contributing $80,000 for scholarships for the academ i c year 1964-65. its commitmen t s for the next school year will bring total contributions to nearly $281,000 for the four years the Foundation has been in operation. Trustees of the Foundation determine each year which Michigan institutions will benefit from the Foundation program "to administer funds for science, education and charitable projects." The institution itself determines i who will receive the individual 1 scholarships which may amount Nephew of Truman Heads Third Army WASHINGTON (AP) — Lt. | to a maximum of $750. Gen. Louis W. Truman, nephew of former President Harry S Truman, was named Monday to become commanding general of the 3rd Army. Truman now commands the 7th Corps with the Army in Europe. FREE PAINT with purchase of ROCKER PANELS T.r 4.95 AUTOMOTIVE ON.THE-CORNIR Mansfield and Ayei Sis. DU1 932-0900 College Offers 43 Courses ASHLAND —Forty-three courses will be Offered at the Northland College summer session. The session begins on June 14 and continues for six weeks through July 23. Dr. Carl Kleyen- steuber, dean of instruction, will be the director. Courses will be offered in 18 separate subject areas. Twenty- one faculty members will teach the 43 courses. There will be course offerings in art, English, journalism, modem languages, music, philosophy and religion, speech and dramatics, biology, mathematics, physics, physical education, economics, business administration, education, geography, history, political science, psy- jchology and sociology. "Do you love your casual paramour?" I asked her. "No, I don't!" Lorna protested in actual tears. "In fact,,when I am sober, feel nauseated at the very sight of some of these men. "But when I am full of liquor, I seem to be putty in their hands." Well, husbands, look at that last statement again, for women are not basically passionate creatures, despite such erot i c episodes. Lorna is quite correct, too, in saying she doesn't love the men with whom she indulges in drunken affairs. But Lorna is a slave to the fear that she is below par as an attractive female. So she enters into drunken revels as a sop to her vanity and not because of any localized pru- ritic urge. This is a basic sex difference. Send for my booklet "Sex Differences Between Men and Women," enclosing a long stamped return envelope, plus 20 cents. (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The H o p k i ns Syndicate, Inc.) SUPPORT COPPER PEAK! MINKIN PLUMBINO « HEATING McUod Ave. Dial 932-4331 j n e O 'Learv and Saturd a v mulc> a " d talkS abOUt! The bill was reported out Pri- drawings of Michigan birds, flow- Tt, P lark nf a rprmvun»n«l«M«n Nancy Jarvi wrote. "Health m crs . and animals will be on •««- •• recommenqauori i i n u u t->\:ai v . unu oaiuiu A y, .._._ ;_j,._ 4 ,.i „ ,, _.. _, i »••- •-••»• nut. ix.f^,.^^ %rv.«> »-»» Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, May 22 Our Youth Day by Su- mdustues, pioducts. and re-, day without recommendation by was presented at the M a s s san Peterson. ' ^^^°[^^ n : ^^\^.^ State Affairs - "' School. Nick Lukkarila. past post commander, was chairman M ic h I g a n:" Susan Peter-, ^y m'toeTariot.^ssrooms ffll «l™ uncetl U1G f011 ° W [ " « s . ° "• V.° ° *. c bi c CO W Hi S h -: North Bessemer teachers are bulletin boa r d h i g a n. stor i e s, numbers: »*W"" a »d editors Susan Pe- pin, Pledge of Allegiance, sung by terson. Pam Gustafson. Linda SX.J? means the measure Is tabled. Through a technical slip, how- trie bill made it to the calendar. John Fitzpatrick, D-Df- sixth graders: Loyalty Day Toolanen. and Nancy Jarvi col- theme, "Love of Country," read laborated in writing "The Pur- Lur^rZeS 8 - ^^•'^s^^^^I^E^s^^ri^^^^ "This Land Is Your Land," en of Michigan." and "I r o n-j~ -- - • • tl ? e : to the head of the calendar. The directed by Pastor A. Lepisto;. wood Township Schools' Histori-' peom, "The Flag Goes By,"ical Facts." The planning and! Valerie Spitz; "Concord Hymn," j preparation of the Michigan! Mike Laakko; "Our Flag For-; Week issue was clone under the iiuSine TSe' ^ merabershl P H »PP«>ved 0 • tS e chiS do and exDlaimne these D?C" • T? V °, C ? t° ShelVC ^IP" 1 ' ™ WU tate ' m * orlty v ® te CAREER DAY SPEAKER—E. E. (Gene) Zimmerman, unit personnel director for Northern Natural Gas Company, was the guest speaker at the annual Career Day held at the Luther L. Wright High School Monday for sophomores, juniors and seniors of Luther L. Wright, and sophomores of St. Ambrose High School. Before assuming his present position, he was in Northern's Minneapolis area office where he administered the company's personnel activities in Minnesota and parts of Iowa and Wisconsin. His experience since joining Northern in 1950 has included almost all phases of personnel work such as placement, training, organization, employe development and safety. Before joining Northern, Zimmerman was a district executive and director of exploring for the Boy Scouts of America. He is a graduate of Iowa State University with a bachelor of science de- j gree in industrial education. In ' addition, he has completed all the necessary work at ihe University of Minnesota toward his masters degree in industrial relations. their cassmat Prst • » Hever," Bruce Pihlaja; reading ', direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Ek- rad c students IS Sor?elS' noW , e , ven tO ""?« th « f contr °- "Salutine the Flap" (nrpnarert ' sn-nm nrivi^pr graae siuaenis aie coiieianng, versial measure to a vote. aaiuung me i?iag, ^piepaiea suom, aavisei. . ai -i ^^^ a s t u dy of scenic spots- by the VFW National American- Robert Pallin, Michigan Week I in Michigan. Fourth grade stu-: ' ism Department), Sharon Mii- chairm a n in the township lu; "Flag Display Days," Fern schools, reports that Mrs. May- Malila; song, "America, the me Olson, hot lunch supervisor. Beautiful," choir. Pastor Lepis- j s featuring Michigan carrots, to took time from his busy tomatoes, apples, potatoes, apri- schedule to start the choir and j cots, peaches, peas, milk, and has worked diligently with the meat on all menus during Michi- group. The selections were ex- gan Week. cellent and greatly enjoyed. The local 4-H Clubs, the Merry Stitches and the Hardy Helpers of Greenland, the So and Pallin also announced that a special program will be given at, the Roosevelt School on Friday. It will be an all-schol pro- Sews, Knit Wits and Woodchop-1 gram, with each classroom pre- pers of Mass took part in the i senting one number based upon county 4-H Achievement D a y! one phase of Michigan Week held at Ewen. Woodcraft, first! study. Tyne Maid's fourth grade aid, sewn and knitted artic le si will give a choral reading, "Hia- were exhibited by the members j watha's Canoe." Mrs. Michael and many blue ribbons were re- j Pavlovich's and Mrs. Gord o n ceived. The Knit Wits had an. Jacquart's sixth grades will attractive window display at sing "Pledge of Allegiance" and the Hendrickson Store last week. "Michigan, My Michigan." dents are basing their study onj State CndnQCS geographical facts of Mich i g a n I limifs flfr and reports on Michigan cities! the students have visited. 5D is! LANSING (AP) — The High- studying local and state govern- i way Department says a 25 mile ment with emphasis on tourist i an hour speed limit on U.S. 41 attractions in Gogebic Coun t y. j in Houghton will be raised to SO 5L is studying road maps of the —-"-- " ~ ' —'-• state and the Ottawa State Forest; 6P students are making group maps of Michigan resources; 6J students are making pictures of the Michigan bird, song seal, motto, and other outstanding memorabilia of the state. Qe aid Massa's junior high science classes are discussing, reviewing and relating scientific featur e s of Michigan. The seventh and eighth grade science fair recently exhbited at the Roos e v e 11 School was a part of Michigan miles except on one-way bound Sheldon Avenue. The department also announced a change to 30 m.p.h. on the highway from the east litnot of Houghton to First street and to 45 m.p.h. from First to Foiirth Street, with no designated limit east of Fourth. Many fishes sleep, with tfeeir eyes open since fish lack eyelids. They sleep lying down, erect on the bottom, buried to the snout In sand or suspended in water. Clinic Slated In Township A pre-school clinic for Ironwood Township residents will be held in the band room at the; Roosevelt School on Thursday, May 20, starting at 9 a.m. At this time Dr. D. A. Hoopingarner, Ironwood Towns h i p health officer, will administer immunizat ion serum agai n s t diphtheria, whooping co u g h, tetanus, and vaccination against small pox, to children entering kindergarten next fall who need booster shots. 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