Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 21, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 21, 1965
Page 12
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TWEIVI IRONWOOD DAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,1963. Berry's World ty NEA, "Mr. President, a guy from the Federal Reserve Board is here to present the case for a 'tiaht money policy'!" The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Tad asks about the nicotine effect of smoking. Over 1,000,000 teen-agers have heard this medical report as I have addressed their high school and college convocations, coast to coast. So scrapbook this column and send for the medical booklet below. TV ads try to subvert our youth while I try to vaccinate them to the contrary! CAS*} W-451: Tad S., aged 32, is the chain smoker who wanted Dropout Makes $150,000 a Year By DORIS KLEIN HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Sometimes it pays to toe a school dropout — like $150,000 a year. That's what Jim Button's been earning lately. And without benefit of a diploma. "It was just some little prank, like draining the school pond," recalls Jim, and there he was, out of Niagara University, Niagara, N.Y. "I was going to be a newsman — my father was an editor and my mother a sob sister. "But it seemed more fun to kid around — and I got to like acting in plays at college — so here I am." Tall, handsome, gangling but not awkward, Jim looks like a young Jimmy Stewart. His comedy acting style is more reminiscent of a young Jack Lemmon — his idol. "There just aren't that many guys around who can play comedy," said Jim, who's just finished making the screen version of the Broadway hit comedy "Never Too Late," with Paul Ford, Maureen O'Sullivan and Connie Stevens. "Comedy is instinctive," he explained. "You're either born with it — or you don't have it. "And it's subtle. You don't go around really saying funny thigs in good comedy films. It's an attitude. You play it straight. Then the people watching the movie say, 'Look at that guy. He's in that funny situation and he doesn't even realize it' " Jim's comedy style quickly got him starring roles — as Jane Fonda's baffled husband in ."Period of Adjustment," Paul Prentiss' trouble-prone boy friend in "The Horizontal Lieutenant," and others. "Sometimes," said Jim, "I guess it pays to be a school dropout " Army Chief Visits Guard CAMP GRAYLING (AP) — Lt. Gen. Charles G. Dodge, commander of the Fifth Army, visited Michigan Army National Guard training Tuesday. Dodge said he had no information regarding activitation of re- National Guard units with spect to Vietnam service. The general said he was impressed with the Michigan encampment. Dodge said "I don't know whether I could be a grocer or work in a gas station and give it up for two weeks to work for Uncle Sam." Guardsmen give two weeks a year to military service. Cat Causes $1,800 In Damage to Auto HANOVER, N.H. (AP) - Irving E. Bender told police his cat was responsible for $1,800 in damages to his convertible. He said the cat jumped across his lap while he was driving, the car ran off the road, down an embankment and struck a tree. Cat and driver were not injured seriously. to break his slavery to cigarets. 'Dr Crane," he added, "won't my children be more likeiy to smoke if they see me doing it? 'But what about the chemical shock i;o one's system? 'If [ were to break off all at o nee, wouldn't that be almost like taking a dope addict off his narcotics?" NICOTINE NONSENSE Children of smokers, drinkers and even divorced parents are far more likely to use cigarets, alcohol and get divorces, so beware about setting your youngsters such bad examples. Toward the end of World War n, a fascinating experiment re nicotine was performed on group of men. They were all cigaret smokers Without their knowledge, how ever,«their tobacco was previ ously de-nicotinized, at leas down to about 2 per cent. But they didn't know their cigarets had been altered nor did they realize that the were being used as human "guinea pigs." However, their associa t e wives and secretaries or co workers were told to watch an listen. "See if these men show any re duction in the number of cigar ets they use each day," w a one of the instructions given t the observers in this ingeniou experiment. "And also listen to find out i they ever say a word to indi cate that the taste of the cig arets has changed." Well, it may shock you to learn that all the men smoke just as much as usual, and apparently with just about a great delight. "But 2 men out of almost 2 in the group, were once over heard to discuss ersatz or sub stitute war products. And they lumped tobacco i: with other items. The observer didn't know if the tobacco start ed the discussion or if cigaret were just thrown into the hoppe with the other ersatz products a that time. But ALL the men smoked jus as many and apparently wit: probably just as much delight So the nicotine or chemical ar gument about difficulty in break ing the tobacco habit is malar ky. What does cause the trouble i the "muscle hunger" by which the tense smoker wants to wave his arm and hand around in what I call "hemispherical calis thenics" in the parlor or office If he were to shadow box, thi: would drain off his tension fa: better, but society would look askance at him. Or, il he raced up and down the corridor of his office building for 5 minutes or did a quarte mile run around the block, he would likewise reduce his exces sive energy far better: But such athletic outlets are not approved by modern socia etiquette Advertising pressure, however, has now made it possible to in dulge in one-sided athletics, and thus drain off,some of your tension via smoking as you fall into the TV "image" of the sophisticated modern male, it is to laugh! If you smokers wish to drain off more energy, and faster then light two cigarets at i time Voiding one in each hand and then wave both hands around 3 to 5 minutes in the act of smoking! For that will soothe you twice as quickly. But if you really want to live 5 years longer, send for my medical booklet "How to Break the Tobacco and Liquor Habits," 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 cost's when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) | THIRD P PRIZE DRAW1MGI DRAWINGS WILL BE HELD SIcH MONDAY FOLLOWING EACH DRAWING PERIOD IN MILWAUKEE-JULY 26, AUG. 2. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED THE FOLLOWING WEEK. BULES- Red Owl's "Mustang Round- 5""" open lo aM Red Owl customers and theirfamilies. (Employees of Red Ow" and their immediate fintiHM »'* Ineligible.) 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