Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 20, 1965 · Page 10
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IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 20,1965. The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M. D. A few decades ago men worked 60 or more hours a week and still managed to squeeze a little fun out of life. Now, for most workers, a week's work is 40 hours or less. As automation is applied to more and more tasks, a further shrinking of the work week is inevitable. I am still a little apprehensive that for many persons this trend is fostering an altered attitu d e toward work. Truly fortunate is the man who has found a worth- while job to do and who enjoys doing it. If you don't enjoy your work, you are in the wrong line. It is all right to grumble a little now and then, but, if you really want to quit working, you're sick. When I see some of our teenagers wearing large cellulo 1 d buttons with the slogan "I HATE WORK" I cringe. I can only hope that they think this is a huge joke and that they do not take this motto seriously. In I the words of Thomas Carlyle, "Blessed it h« who hai found his work; let him.ask no other blessedness." What have our extra lets are hours provided thus far? The answer varies, but In many cases they have made It possible for a man to take a second Job so that he can buy a (aster car. In the heavily populated areas that are ever expanding this leads to the frustration of traveling bumper to bumper and hub to hub. In other cases the new car has enabled the buyer to shave a few seconds off his race to a collision. To others Increased leisure means more sodden hours watching violence on television. In tfiis ease It is not the diversion that is at fault but the use of It to the exclusion of the development of inner resources. Setting aside 20 or 30 minutes a i day for contemplative thought or Improving one's mind with great literature, music and art can heal a troubled spirit as no tran- quillzer or miracle drug can do. Everyone should have a restful nobby, a place to pursue it and a special time for Its enjoyment. The dictionary gives as one definition of "retreat" —! a safe, quiet, secluded place. If ever each man needed such a place it is now. Many of us, in 1 the turmoil that surrounds us, 1 have actually become frightened of solitude. I believe we should try to recapture some of its healing propensites before it hat completely vanished from tht face of the earth. Williams Leaves on 10-Day African Trip WASHINGTON (AP) — O. Mennen Williams, assistant secretary of state for African affairs, conferred with President Johnson prior to his departure Tuesday for a 10-day trip to Africa. Among other things, Williams will attend a conference of the U. S. chiefs of missions in Ethiopia. Dally Glob* elauWedi «•« 'Biultt LIONS HONOR RETIRING TEACHER—The Hurley Lions Club honored Alptionse J. Riccelli, third from left, retiring Hurley teacher, at a surprise banquet at the Kimball Community Center Wednesday evening. The event was held in conjunction with the annual "Ladies Night," and the honored guest had no idea the affair was held in his honor until he arrived. More than 60 Lions Club members and their wives attended the event. Members of the committee that sponsored the event are, from left to right; Serafino (Suds) Morichetti, Thomas LaBlonde, Nick Gentile and Elmer Miles. Riccelli was presented with a gift from the Lions Club by J. E. Murphy, former superintendent of the Hurley Joint School District. (Daily Globe Photo) :S200 Donated ' r o Program MERCER —At the meeting of t ;e Mercer Chamber of C o m- r .erce May 4 a discussipn was t ;ld on the proposed teen-a g e v eekly dances to be held here t as summer. It was noted that a movement is under way by t ie school administration in con- J inction with the town board to s >onsor a summer recreat i o nal program, including wee kly c ances; so, the chamber voted t" donate $200 towards the sum- r icr recreational program in- s,ead of sponsoring dances in competition with the school program. Further plans were made for the annual fall Indian Bar-b-que to be held during the Fall Color- ama, for the first time this year. The bar-b-que will be held at the Mercer Tourist Park, which can accommodate the lar g e s t number of persons of any site in the area. Local clubs will be recruited for help and uniformed Boy and Girl Scouts will be asked to patrol the event. The Mercer Information Booth will be open on June 15 and remain open through Labor Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Applicat i o ns for informat i o n booth attendants may be sent to the Mercer Chamber of C o m- merce. George Davis is a medical patient at Lakeland Memorial Hospital, Woodruff. His condition is reported to be fair. Louis Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Bruette, Winchester, was baptized at the Church of St. Isaac Jogues & Companions May 15. His sponsors are Richard Bruette and Mary Sue Bruette. A member of the Clerics of St. Viator will preach Sunday, May 23, at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, making an appeal for the Viatorian Missions. A thoroughbred horse is a specific breed of horse. The Perfect MATE for Every Meal! . . . MILK "Be prepared MOM!" ... Stock up on Blue Ribbon Another big weekend coming, more people home drinking more milk . . . causing you to run out and that's not good! For milk is one of the four basic food groups needed to balance your family's diet EVERY DAY. So remember to get an EXTRA SUPPLY of milk for the weekend ... Every weekend! Consolidated Dairies of Michigan, Inc PHONE 667-9511 BESSEMER, MICH. 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