Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 20, 1965 · Page 7
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 20, 1965
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TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SEVIN 111 Take Nurse Aide Training Mrs. Lorraine D. Vivian, R.N., professional nurse instructor of the Nurse Aide Training Program at St. Joseph's Hospital, Hancock, announced tlint during the past year 111 men and women received training as nurse aide 1 ::. The .training program und e r the sponsorship of the Area Redevelopment; Act and under the direction of the Michigan Employment Security Commissi o n was begun in 1003. According to the Michig a n Employment Security Commission, the objective of the program is gainful employment. The Michigan Department of Health and the training centers hope to Improve care for the aged and' i n f! r in people in Michitr a n. | Through a close and act i v e j working relationship betw e on i health service anci emploj ment! .service personnel both objectives! sre being reached. i In addition. Sister ,leai\ Fran-j ces, C.S.I., Administrator of St.! Joseph's Hospital, has point edj out that such pre-employm e n t. training increases the trainee's ability to adjust t,o any nursing, service unit in the hospital. Of the total number completing the course in 1964-65, 98 are now employed in hospitals, nurs-i ing homes, or similar institu- j tions. These trainees were recruited from the counties of Keweenaw, Houghton, Baraga. Ontonagon. Iron, Gogebic, Dickinson, and Marquett.e. The program for the coming year, 1965-66, will provide 10 consecutive four-week courses for 12 trainees each beginning August 30, 1965. Interested applicants, men or women between the ages of 18 and 55, may contact the manager of the Michigan Employment Security Commission in their home area. The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D.I All of the methods described Many new treatments for the' are based on sound physiological once fatal respiratory dist r e s s ', principles. Time will tell whether syndrome have been tried with i on e of them is preferable to the i outstanding success. Two more i others. j are worthy of special mention.! q_ My 4-year-old daughter; On the theory that estrogens i nas granuloma annulare. What make the membranes of body ; causes it? What is the treatment cells less porous, these female : f or jt? is it in any way related ; hormones have been used in the ! to cancer? treatment of this syndrome. The , A _The cause of granuloma 1 , cells lining the lungs, when mod- annulare is unknown. It is not ified by the hormonal treatment, a form of cancer. In this dis- < PARIS FLAVOR—Dresses this fall are both softly pretty and wearable. The two-piece dress (left) is in royal blue wool jersey. Semi-fitted pullover top has bat sleeves, no collar. Skirt is dirndl. Tree-bark crepe in wood rose is used for the late day dress (center). Two back panels are knotted at the neckline and trimmed at the base in self-fabric leaves. Two-piece dress (right) is of dove gray French pebble weave and features a camisole overblouse with satin piping. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Sidnaw Personals Tad is like millions of parents, teachers and even some clergymen wno are leading immortal souls astray by their own bad habits. So learn how to rev o 11 against bad habits. Free yourself from such slavery, both for your own health's sake and especially your influence on youngsters. CASE W-450: Tad S.. aged 32, is a dynamic sales manager. "Dr. Crane," he began, "I plead guilty to one of your charges. "For I am a chain smoker. Yet I have two sons now 11 and 12 who tend to imitate me. "So my wife urges me to quit tobacco, mainly for the sake of the boys. "And I want to do so. But I Mr. and Mrs. Ray and daughter, Wanda, Reading i have tried several times to no i iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; ava j] Price! carl Anderson. i .. For under the pressure of Bernard Stebbins, M a r Pa., visited her oarents, M r .; ; garet and Denn is Kytola were and Mrs. Carl Anderson j Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson;' i Iron River callers. sales work, I am tense and almost unconsciously I reach for a cigaret. "So what is a pood way t o Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bar- „„ „„„,. .„ „ f ..„., ,„ and family or nout creeK rows and daug ht eri Arl e n e ,! break such a nuisance habit?" visited his parents. Mr. and, Detroit visiled nis mother, Mrs. Mrs. William Davis, recently. Alma Barrows> and his bro ther Mrs Alma Barrow? and Mrs., and t ter { j Mr _ and Mrs> eulah Grooms were L A n s e winiam Barrows . Beulah visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest C u m - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Griffin ;md family, Detroit, are visiting Mrs. Ernest Gumming Sr. ! m ' M d { Stebbins ^^w&x^-^szj?^ *« Marvin Ste b -1 cent Iron , R ! ver Callers. bins Jr. and daughter. Debbie. > M™- Glad y s F inc "7' s ° n ' were Iron River callers , Charles, and daughter. Mrs Carol and Marian Walls o f Beatrice Wakeford, were recent SUBSTITUTE OUTLETS Substitute some other, and less objectionable, outlet for Trout Creek visaed :\t the Mar- Chassell callers. vin Stebbins Sr. home recent- ; Mrs. Nellie Osterman. Baraga, was a recent caller here. getting rid of tension via the same muscular action! ! The usual male smoker adopts | the tabacco habit in the teens, j hoping to make himself look- older and more sophisticated. ! Advertisers know that t e e n-l agers are uncertain of themselves and eager to appear grown-up. So they present nuisance habits like the tabaooo and liquor fads, as if these suggest you are a college man when you are still in high srhool Mrs. Beulah Grooms visited Mrs. George Estes, Marquette, | Our Ame rican Medical A s her son in law ann daughter, recently visited friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Micha»l Skovera. Mr. and Mrs. Dellin Flinchum, sociation Journal recently c a r - ried an editorial on this point and family of Ironwood Chicago, are visiting his mother, j n which it was estimated that William Bennett of Willough-, Mrs. Mary Flinchum and son, < 4<5 oo new teenagers become by, Ohio, is visiting relatives Warren here. I cigaret addicts ev°ry day! here. Sam Bastonelli, Iron Riv e r , i Regardless of how the habit Mrs. Howard Thompson and was a caller here Wednesday. begins, it continues in adult- Mrs. Robert Ober,' were L'Anse Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Naber and no0 d for these reasons: callers recently. family, Chicago, visited relatives (1) It is a somewhat Mr. and Mrs. Edward Long: here recently. i soothing regression to the nurs- and baby and Mrs Cecil Long Mr. and Mrs. August O 1 s o n, I ing stage of infancy Sr. and daughter. Cathy, Plain- Chicago, spent a . few days, The act of sucking on a nip- well, are visiting Mr?. Long's j here. j pie, pipe stem or cigaret thus son in law and daughter. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Towns-1 vaguely resurrects the relaxed and Mrs. Howard Thomps o n ,< end and family. Iron R i v e r , mood of the babj. with his bot- and family. were callers here. , tie. Thomas Thompson, Albert Mrs. Raymond Ogia and (2i Under tension adults, as Cummings, Mrs. Clfiford W i 1- family, Ishpeming, visited her well as school schildren, feel a liams, Mr. and Mrs. Her b e r t uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. definite urge to expend surplus Case, daughter. Barbara. Mrs. ' otis Bloomhuff, for a few days, i energy by skeletal muscles. Joseph Beauprey. Mrs. Ida Pro- Mrs. Otis Bloomhuff, son. Ran- Skeletal muscles are those and fastened to bones. They are also and I under your conscious control. Flavor of Paris In Fall Fashions By HELEN HENNESSY do not pour out the secretions j ease wnicn ls seen ch j e fiy in i that drown the baby and thus al-1 cnildren a nodu ie forms, usual-1 low him to breathe more ef-1 ly on a fingeri nandi an kle or' fectively. foot wnen a grou p of close 1 y i The respiratory distress syn- j grouped nodules appear. They j drome has also been prevented are not painful and do not itch.' by injecting acetylcholine into the vein of the umbilical cord Some authorities have found! that Fowler's solution helps some | of premature babies. This drug | victims and others prefer treat- i acts by dilating the blood vessels thereby improving the circulation in the lungs. Lady Bird Lauds Flower Project ment with X ray. In some the lesions are stubborn but in others they may clear up without treatment. Q—My granddaughter, 2'/2, is frail and has a blue look around her mouth. Is this due to a heart ailment or undernourishment? A—The most common cause of this is discoloration (cyanosis) is some form of congenital heart disease in which the venous blood , —, _ - . FLATTERY FOR WOMEN — Commendation for the beauti-: is able to t, ypass the lungs. It | For all around good grooming fication project earned out here may be seen in some children' an attractive slenderizing to make Ironwood the "Flower in an acute as thamatic attack or | dress in women's sizes, with Box City of the North" h a s j flowing exposure to extr e m e i crisp contrasting collar, been received from Mrs Lyndon colcl In ch ji dren W ith Ray-l No 8243 wltn PATT-O-RAMA B. Johnson, wife of the President. Mrs. Marion W. Vaughn, chair- NEW YORK — (NEA) —This' man of tne Ironwood Busi ness would not be a cau se. j-Viw--- \ * > — ' i -, w.J T^wn-Tnni-ii rt v» rt 1 ttTi-i VV» f\ 1-1 * r« /~*lll )A ' C* and Professional Women's Club's Flower Box Committee received following letter from Mrs I muscles? fall's New York fashion collections are especially reward! n g. I Evertyhing shown is beautif u 1, j feminine and wearable. > The flavor of Paris is appar-! as, "sire, r j L-!'i'i>"?f ^sssssss", dresses (a la St. Laurent). And I the chemises, still with us in the guise of the smock dress, naud's disease the cyanosis is, is in S j zes 34> 3 e > 33, 40, 42, 44, 46, more noticeable in the fing e r s I 43. Bust 36 to 50. Size 36, 38 bust, than about the face. Malnutrition; short sleeves, 3 J /4 yards of 35- —My muscular dystrop h i c | child must live in a wheel chair. d tQ use you so much for your | A—Early diagnosis, physi c a I of your community. I cannot tell you how encouraging it is to learn of the dedication nkes on the narrower shape i and skills that are alreacj y at takes on the nariower shape | n . and long sleeves seen in the spring Paris showings. Skirts stay at or above the. knee, but have lots of motion | in flares and bias cuts. ennancing cities and coun . therapy and the use of braces! when needed go far toward helping the child with this disease. Reseai-ch on steroid hormones 1 inch; Vz yard contrast. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For ist-class mailing add lOe for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. tryside throughout America. . "All of us must be concerned i tal - Your best bet is to contact :a grows, i tne Muscular Dystrophy Associa- towns become New York, N. Y. 10019. indicate that they may be of' Send 50c today for the Fall and some benefit to these victi m s i Winter '65 edition of our pat- but this work is still experiment tern magazine Basic Fashion. As The nrinrpqq line is strone' more beautiful and the face of an^onS S^Se sWrtTel' ^and j-emains attractive and = ::^°^ = «, t ?h e| g ^--s-rs p ^ wXlT^nar-tT^ -r tehde « ^^ like ^ dedi Another, the medieval monk r"f ™"f dress, has long, flared sleev e s i " t t \* OY ^ and easy shaping This can be ! Committee for a More Beauti . : worn with or without a belt. ; ful Capitali it is nelpful for me Watch for kimono sleeves; ; to knQW Qf tne work you have .... j i done. I do appreciate your tak-' As in coats and suits, dress waistlines sometimes wander. But in the main, the waist stays where nature put it.. Wool, crepe, silk bark and jersey are fabric favorites. Colors are so vibrant you can almost | feel them — persimmon. Bristol blue, flame red and magenta, to mention a few. i Midnight blue and gray take a I firm stand, too. Black and brown is once more a popular combination and paisleys are str o n g again in sheer wools. Some good cooks like to rub half a lemon over the inside of a chicken that is to be roasted. ing the time to tell me about 1 , it." ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Hotpoint Bottom Mount 15 ISi % IfRttr s* dan needs Keep that empty copper-tone l (anodized aluminum) mold out! of direct sunlight or its color may fade And never put such a mold in a dishwasher. CIA MS? Lake Superior District Power Co. vost. Mrs. Robert Oberg. Ange- C iy, Mrs. Raymond line Cronkright. Mrs. Marguerite, children, Dennis Lambert Beck and Mrs. Beatrice Wake-; Tommy Stebbins, Mrs. Wilford were recent L'Anse callers. n am Lintz, daughter. Sever 1 y, Skeletal muscles contrast with circular muscles, as ar o u n d , . , Mrs. Cecil Long and daughter. ; Mrs. Stella Deane, T h o m a s the stomach, intestines, b 1 o o d Kathy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ' Thompson, Albert Cummings, i vessels, etc., and which, are not ward Loud and baby returned ] Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders o n, 1 under your voluntary control. home to Plainsvillc recently, and daughter. Mrs. Harold Cham-| If y° u can drain off y ou r were accompanied on their re- i p me> her daughter, Sally, and surplus mental tension via sJcei- turn by Mrs. Howard Thomp- ; Mrs perry Thompson were re- son and family, who are visiting \ cenl L'Anse callers, there. Mrs. Emily Rolloff, Elkhart, Mrs. Stella Kemnes. Detroit.! W j s __ visited relatives is vacationing here at her home, j f r j enc i s here for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price and! Wanda' recently and Mr . and Mrs . H arry Schaeffer,' etal muscles, then you are no t as likely your Inner organs. You are thus protecting yourself from peptic ulcer, spastic colitis, high blood pressure, etc. The daughter Wanda recently re- H oughton, are vacationing here, ^%^Li^ ^r 0^^^ turned to Pennsylvania after vis- at; t f u>ir norae . child s craymar^r chewing gum Reuben Collins has return e d home from the Baraga Coun t y Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Townsend and family and her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Longrie, were Houghton and Hancock callers recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oberg are the parents of a son born July 9 at the Baraga County Memorial Hospital in L'Anse. David Maki, Kenosha, visited at the Laurice Chapman home lor the weekend. Mrs. Bernic Whittaker, Detroit, visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Rolloff, and friends here recently. 'I just couldn't' stand that Beatle | James Wyman. Plym o u t h, when he feels tenne and jittery. But chewing gum does not shorten your life by 5 to 7 years nor promote cancer of the lips, throat and lungs! So the smoker should break i this dangerous tabacco ha b i t haircut any longer." An individualist is little Steven Laurin, 9-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Laurin, Ramsay. PHOTO, OF COURSE, BY BABY'S FAVORITE PHOTOG ... KEN AHO AT KENNY'S STUDIO 127 E. Aurora Phone 932-3620 Where Every Wednesday Is Special for Mom and Baby spent some time here cabin. at his that doctors routinely indict. And to do so, make a firm, public declaration. Then remove temptation a far as possible. Finally, substitute some other habit that will involve the same muscles used in smoking. For example, carry candy coated gum. Shake out a piece as you formerly did a cigaret. Chew for a while. Then repeat. Send for my booklet on "How to Break the Tobacco and Liquor Habits," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, pi u s 20 cents. TAKE A LETTER—This, according to Hollywood, is a secretary's working costume. It's modeled by Joi Lansing, who plays Dean Martin's secretary in "Marriage on the Rocks." Judge Frees New Father PITSBURGH (AP) — James i Campbell, 41, was arrested when he refused to stop blocking traffic and then gave police trouble before being removed. Campbell told a police magistrate Monday he had over-imbibed while celebrating the birth of his first child — a daughter — in 19 years of marriage. The charges \vere dismissed. Cloverland Garage Is 'First Half Winner ONTONAGON — The first half of play championship o f the Ladies Twilight League went to Cloverland Garage captained by Alice Hegg, when that team defeated Hoern e r boxes. The two teams were tied at the end of regulation first half play. League standings after the | first week of play for the second' half are: Gitche Guinee and, Cloverland Garage both 4's, I Citizen State Bank 3, White; Pine Copper 2'/^. Hoerner Boxes! and First National Bank 2. Low scores for the evening were carded by Flossie Strong 42, Doris Cane and Mary Pidgeon 47, Alice Hegg and Doris Peterson 48 and Evelyn Mi n - Ineart 49. Indiana State Police Plan Has Backfired COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) — An unoccupied, old model state police patrol car parked along U.S. 31 to fool motorists into slowing down has backfired. Vandals stripped the car of its $200-siren, license plate and official markings. Ontonagon Briefs No regular meeting of the Masons will be held tonight, officers of that organization have announced. I The Ontonagon County Nurses! Organization will hold a picnic) Wednesday, July 21, at the' Legion Cabin in Ontona g o n . Chairmen of the event are Mrs. Katherine McDonald Mrs. D e i lores Hilden and Mrs. Marion Davison. Something NEW in Luggage... So Feminine You'll Love It! So Rugged It's GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS Free Replacement or Repair If It Rips, Tears or Punctures Within FIVE YEARS! 30 Airlines say: Hooray for SKYWAY" \\ Fisherman Drowns DOWAGIAC (API—Stanley E.j Makielski, 66, of South Bend.| Ind.. drowned Monday night; while fishing in Big Crooked Lake about 10 miles northwest of here. Police soid Makielski was fishing from a boat and was| alone. ! So Many New Features You Won't Believe It! [ITALIAN FOOD AT ITS BEST, V^tVS«ftrtA»«h<9«VX»V BITE INTO A TASTY SURPRISE ... Little squares stuffed with real meaty taste treats—Plus our very own Italian Sauce. Thursday Is Pasty Day at: MEL and Lee's TASTY RAVIOLI -Cafe Phone 561-4713 Silver St. HurUy, Wiseonslrj Now Is the Time to FERTILIZE LAWNS & GARDENS Meal Manure ^•Triple Tonic (lawn food) •^Double Duty Lawn Treatment (WMd killtr-fMtUii.r) Ironwood LUTEY'S Greenhouses Our most exciting and newest concept in weightless luggage. Pre-formed, durable aircraft aluminum frame, snap-in pockets, puncture proof material. Approved by all the leading airlines. With color harmony matched linings and all of Skyway's exclusive new features. In Grey Tweed, Red and Danube Blue See It Tomorrow... The Finest for Vacation or Travel Time (l) Jbonncit- O^ mmen

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