Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 9, 1965 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIVI Health Official Favors Clinics ByALSANDNER Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP) — state Health Commissioner Dr. Albert'. Heustis Tuesday approved a controversial House bill authorizing the State Health Department to set up birth control clinics. Heustis told the Senate Committee on Health and Welfare lie "supports the bill as the -best possible compromise at this time." The bill is one of a pair sponsored by Rep. William Ryan, D-Detroit, which passed the House last month after substantial amendment The companion 'measure sets up a state policy on birth control. The bill allows boards and departments of health counties, districts and cities to operate birth control clinics under the State Health Commissioner's, supervision. "We- can move faster in a manner that protects the individual's conscience with legislation than we can without it," Heustis said. "Without legislation, there would be only strife and inaction." Heustis also approved of the fact that the bill makes adequate provisions for getting information on the availability of birth control services to persons on public health assistance. He said he has asked the House Ways and Means Committee to add $30,000 to the Public Health Appropriations bill to institute two six-month programs, including in - service training for public health workers. In addition to improving provisions for notification of the recipients. The amended bill also allows a doctor to initiate discussions of birth control with a patient- something that originally would have been prohibited. ATMOSPHERE IS AEROSOL Aerosol means a system —of finely subdivided liquid or solid particles dispersed in and surrounded by a gas. The earth's atmosphere is an aerosol. B/7/s Signed By Governor LANSING (AP) — GOV. George Romney has signed into law a bill to permit establishment of nonprofit dental clinics for union members. The new law permits organization of such clinics by nonprofit corporations or by trustees of health and welfare funds. Also signet! into law Tuesday by the Governor was a measure allowing third class school districts to hold their elections at the same time as the city or village election of 1966 and to expand the term of present board members until that time. Board Recommends Deepening of River WASHINGTON (AP) — The Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors has recommended deepening to 25 feet the Saginaw River st Bay City, Mich., in the reach between the Detroit and Mackinac and the New York Central railroad bridges. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Buy now and save on this June Special! at the I Illl VCIll MUSIC STORE JUST LOOK AT THE on this Speed Queen THRIFTOMATIC AUTOMATIC WASHER MODEL A 54 &»"4r$ » ^ 3 % ^\^ ! * , ,f'i < ,* • / , ' '* S' . "» * i . i ',', ' ' K Just LOOK at all these Features •^•Preselection of wash water temperatures. 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A BEAUTY—Sue Ann Downey, above, 20-year-old blonde Ohio State University coed from Columbus, Ohio, won the Miss U.S.A. title in Miami Beach, Pla., and will represent this country in the Miss Universe Pageant in July. (AP Wirephoto) The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. \ As a result, the victim may Multiple sclerosis has been' have oscillations of his eyeballs, U. P. Colleges Receive Funds MARQUETTE (AP) — The U.S. Office of Education announced grants totaling $1.7 million Tuesday for three Upper Peninsula institution of higher education. Northern Michigan University received $750,000 to apply toward a new $3 million science building; Michigan Tech, $693,000 toward a $2 2 million library and Soumi of Hancock, $133,000 toward a library - laboratory.. Kathy Harris Queen Of May Crowning WHITE FINE — Kathy Harris, escorted by Michael Guisfredi, was queen at the annual May Crowning at St. Jude's Catholic Church. James Baird led the procession, which followed a Living Rosary said by the school children The crowning and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament followed. Robert Ganley was wreath bearer, and Mrs. Joseph Elizond o was organist Members of t h a Court were Phyllis EHzondo, Connie Cencich. Dorothy Londo, Helen Merrill. F r a ncis Bus- tarch, Gary Senski, Michael Born and Steven Garland. USE DAILY GLOB* WAN'I AD9 50 ....of OVER ON NEW FACTORY TYPE RECONDITIONED National Cash Registers -DIAMOND SHOP- Aurora St. Ironwood Ph. 932-3931 ailed a mystery disease because the onset is so variable. an unsteady gaint, rigidity or weakness of various muscles, t afflicts about 500,000 persons I tremors made worse by trying to n the United States. Although he exact cause is unknown we do know that it is not contagious. The onset usually occurs in persons between the ages of 18 and 40. It is found most frequently control them ^the opposite is true in Parkirisonism or shaking palsy) and a staccato or hesitant type of speech. No one victim has all the symptoms. After a period of myelin sheath destruction the disease often n cold, damp climates but it] lapses for a variable length of cannot be cured or prevented by| time> Tnis does not mean tnat it moving to a warmer place. is cured or tnat {urt her damage Multiple sclerosis is a dis-, will not occur later) but it often ease of the brain and spinal fools tne patient and the doctor :ord taut it is in no sense a mental disease because it does not affect the thought processes. Individual nerve fibers are surrounded by a myelin sheath which acts like the insulation of electric wires in a cable. In multiple sclerosis this sheath is destroyed and the impulses in separate mctor and sensory nerves become confused. 7u Compete' Spelling Bee WASHINGTON (AP) — Seventy youngsters ranging from 11 to 15 match wits with Webster's dictionary today in the opening of the 38th National Spelling Bee. A practice round with Akimi- chi Chinen, an eighth-grader from Hawaii, as the first speller, kicks off the two days of competition for $5,700 in prizes. With the exception of the j sis Society, 257 Park Ave., New practice round — which doesn't York, N.Y. 10010. count in the official scoring — a contestant is eliminated if he or she misspells a word. The words get tougher with each round. The 35 boys and 35 girls — girls usually far outnumber the boys in national competitions — are the top spellers of more than 6 million youngsters who competed in local bees. They represent 32 states, the District of Columbia and Guam. The champion to be crowned Thursday will succeed William Kerek, now 13, of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The contest is sponsored by Scripps-Howard newspapers in 16 citie? and 53 other daily and Sunday papers. Two contestants represent the New York World- Telegram & Sun. First prize is $1,000 in cash, a weekend trip to New York City including a visit to the World's Fair, an appearance on the Ed Sullivan television show and $100 spending money for the champion and his or her escort. into thinking that the treatment last used was responsible for the improvement Since there is no specific treatment, this is not so. It must be emphasized that much can be done for the victims; that, although this disease is severely crippling in some, others have only mild symptoms and prolonged remissions; and that it is rarely, if ever, a cause of death. With proper care most victims can be relatively active throughout a normal life span. Since certain factors favor a relapse—illness with fever, excessive fatigue, severe injuries and emotional crises—any measures that will prevent these will benefit the person with multiple sclerosis. Drugs of the cortisone group also appear to be helpful. Physiotherapy in the form of muscle stretching, electric stimulation of the affected muscles, whirlpool baths and hot packs is also recommended. Strict adherence to the rules of hygiene as regards diet, rest and avoidance of intoxicants is essential. For further information write to the National Multiple Sclero- Milk Pricing Bill Advances LANCING (AP) — The Senate Agriculture Committee reported without change Tuesday a measure to prevent unfair competition in the dairy industry— the so-called "'milk pricing" bill. The bill prohibits any handler of milk selling it for less than ii cost him to purchase or produce. Retailers must post milk prices seven days ahead of their effective date. Milk wholesalers are prohibited from furnishing milk equipment free to dealers or participating in cooperative advertising. The act would become effective Jan. 1, 1966, if approved by the full Senate and signed by Oov. George Romney. GIFT HERE WITH THESE! SMALL APPLIANCES SPECIALS • Electric Knives •Electric Can Openers Hamilton Beach Jr. Mixer, Special 10.88 Steam & Dry Irons, Sunbeam and Others, LOW AS .... 11.88 Automatic Coffeemakers, LOW AS 6.99 Electric Fry Pans, LOW AS 11.88 See Our Display of Other Specials . Complete Stock of Corningwbrei Pyrexware, Revere and West Bend Stainless Steel Cookware, Stainless Steel, Flatware, Knife Sets, Micro and West. Bend.teflon Ware, Wall Plaques and Ironing Boards. Hampers— Cosco Utility Tables, Kitchen Step Stools, Tray Table Sets and Others. ERICKSON COLEMAN HARDWARE 219 S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Ph. 932-3000 KnqKni TRADE-IN MATTRESS SALE! $10 ALLOWANCE en your old mattress regardless of age, size or condition. 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