Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JULY 52, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FlEVfN The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Felipe asks a good question. For hysterical girls in New York licked the doorknobs of the hotel whore the Beatles stayed, hoping their saliva would touch the fingers of the Beatles! If Ihls behavior seems odd, Just read the explanation for it below. CASE W-452: Felipe D.. aged 7, teaches music in h i g h chool and directs a splend i d chool orchestra. "Dr. Crune." he asked. "I'm ure my students would not teachers so it is customary for them to follow leaders. And if those pace-setters are publicity men for any product or any new dance or musical craze, they blindly stampede. For they simply MUST have an outlet for pent-up energy. Most of the American youth don't have enough muse u 1 a r chores. They have too much Idle time. So they are ripe for any craze or fad or sit-in college strike, etc, Rudolph Valentino had them swooning in the streets. First County Sets Up Driver License Office LANSING (AP>—Roscommon has become the first Michigan county to set up a complete driver licensing office, reports Secretary of State James Hare. Hare said the office has been set up in the Village of Roscommon with a civil service clerk in charge to handle camera work as well as clerical work. Guard Is Host To Newsmen ORACLING (AP)—Michigan's Army National Guard encampment played host today to newsmen of the state who report the Guard's affairs. Awards were to be presented and a mock battle between a defending and an aggressor force was set up for the annual Press Day at camp .Grayling. The Guard announced awards Miss Cofffan was singled out for outstanding photography of the guard. to Maj. Lansing, Robert J. Baird of An Infantry company from former information j Wyoming. six Navy Gambling Booming Along Gulf Coast BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — Gam- bling on the premises. Tint's a new high.. Mich., supported by'bling may be illegal in • Missis Skyhawk jet planes | sippi but it seems to be booming and by artillery, was assigned; on the Gulf Coast along the re- defensive role aggressor force. against, an officer of the organization, and Margo Coffman of the Big Rapids Pioneer. Maj. Baird, a member of the Lansing Selective service Com- _,[„., , „„ ... „ mittee was honored for out-1 Sao Salvador, often call e d| Biloxi has 108 establishments standing' reporting of National! Bahia, was founded In 1549 and listed as off limits to military Us the oldest city in Brazil. personnel, due mainly to gam- sort strip between Gulfport and Biloxi. Keesler Air Force Base at Guard activities. and Detroit Betting Ring Broken Up by Police DETROIT (AP)— Detroit state police and Internal Revenue Service agents raided two private residences and arrested eight persons in breaking up an alleged $7,000-a-day betting ring Wednesday. Frank Sinatra had his wave of hysterical fans. They even swallowed live gold fish at the University of Chicago jccomc members of any frcn- ;iecl mob of teen-agers w li o naclo such a spectacle of them- .olvcs when the Beatles were in :ew York. how do vou exDl-iin tho a few years ago ' WhlCn set loosc now, cio you explain the anolner hysterical Wave. Then, more recently, coll e g e youths tried to see how many could squeeze into a teleph one booth or Into a compact car. (•rent hysteria about, the Bca- those "And the carry-over of uvenile haircuts, etc?" DUUBULL: BOILER ANALOGY Suppose a steam boiler, as ln| teen-agers go through if they .lie old locomotive, was built! are not carrying newspaper This is a pnrase that millions of with two fire pots underneath. Assume that one was sufficient to generate all he stenin required to pull a long string of loaded freight cars. But after several years, somebody happened to ignite the second fire under that same boiler. What, would happen? Well, the boiler would h a v e ouch a sudden rise in steam pressure that It would keep all and routes or members of Scou t s, Camp Fire Girls and 4-H Clubs, or on athletic or glee club debate teams, etc. The Idle teen-agers, with their suddenly aroused sex '"boil e r" goading them onward, stampede like sheep for anything that gets rid of energy. in Tennyson's day. a common fad was fainting so dozens of girls would drop over in a crowd for not particular reason at all When I was stationed at Smith the safety valves hissing screeching with steam, or the j College in the middle 1920s, only boiler would literally blow up. one per cent of girls missed Compare that to the u s u a 1 s classes clue to menstrual periods, child. | whereas 50 per cent form e r 1 y Until he reaches the middle' stayed home from class till a teens, his sexual energy Is rela-i» ew nile went into effect requir- tively dormant. Then, it starts generating excessive energy in his body. What happens? The teen-ager MUST obt a i n muscular outlets or he says he will blow his top or scream or become a maniac. But millions of teen-agers arc like sheep, waiting to be told what to do and even what to enjoy. They have been herded like sheep by parents and school ing medical O.K. on such absenteeism! So tads occur In music and even medicine, but faddists are more sheep-like! Try Double Cola REGULAR or DIET AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE UNION BOTTLING WORKS IRONWOOD, DISTRIBUTORS (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addres s e d envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) A Daily Thought She replied, "Wait, my daughter, until you learn how the matter turns out, for the man will not rest, but will sett 1 e the matter today."—Ruth 3:18. To arrive at your goals, one asset is patience. Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.— Jean Jacques Rousseau. 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