Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 15, 1965 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE WINS ACCOUNTING AWARD—Brian Anderson, center, a Ferris State College student from Iromvood, was the recipient of the Ernst & Ernst Accounting Award presented at the annual Accounting Club spring banquet. The award given by the accounting firm carries with it a $250 cash prize. Anderson's outstand- ing academic record in his major field led to his selection by the FSC accounting faculty. He is the son of R. H. Anderson, 205 Albany Street. Stephen J. Turille, left, dean of the school of commerce, and Jack Otto of the Detroit office of Ernst & Ernst, are shown presenting the award. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Don is a good example off the difference between youth and middle age in desire for energy outlets. There are also sex differences in this same realm, as outlined below. So read this case carefully. Don't try to stifle a healthy child's craving for action. Instead, channel it more efficiently. CASE W—420: Don G., aged 15, is a typical teen-ager. "Dr. Crane," his dad protested, "I can't get Don interested in fishing. "Yet that is my main hobby. I can sit in a rowboat all day with a cane pole in my hand, trying to catch bluegills. "But Don doesn't like it. Oh. he may go with me and want to row the boat. "In fact, he likes to race the boat to see how fast we can go, but as for fishing, he thinks that is too 'tame' for him. Why?" Young people subconsciousl y crave fast action and much muscular output just to keep the pressure in their "boilers" below the explosive point. Girls are usually endowed with less of this competitive drive and desire for rough, muscular athletics than are boys. . Part of this fact is explained by the greater muscular content of the male body vs. the female. Girls have a higher proportion 'of fat than do'boys, which helps explain why they can float in water more easily. For fat people don't have as high a specific gravity. Fat, like cream, rises to the top; hence, fatties float readily in water. But boys also vary depending upon their glandular output, especially the thyroid gland. A sluggish thyroid often underlies the plump youngster ana thus makes him fonder of being a spectator than an active player. The typical young male does not like sports that force him to sit down and be relatively quiet. Pole fishing may not intrigue Don at all but if his dad were to give him a casting rod, then Don might take more interest. For with a casting rod, he goes through the repeated motions of pitching his artificial bait; then reeling it in. . The casting rod is normally j the favorite if you let the av- ; erage boy have a choice. j Children may enjoy going with their daddy on a fishing trip partly because of the novelty or change from a stodgy city apartment. And they like to row the boat —at least for a short time. Then they grow bored and want to throw stones in the water or swim or quarrel. For quarreling is also an energy outlet. Sick children lie still; they I don't quarrel as readily; andj they lack normal curiosity. j When we doctors encount e r i such a child, we don't waste time trying to find the cause and medicate the invalid. But as long as a child hops Out of bed and is very active, medics know the youngster isi not critically ill. As a test of advancing age. check the questions below, comparing men of 15, 35 and 65! years. i Which sleeps in an easy chair I more often? j Which prefers chess or checkers vs. basketball or other active sports? Which prefers cane pole fishing vs. casting? Which prefers dancing vs. watching TV? The coffin symbolizes complete inactivity, so the nearer we come to that stage, the quieter we usually are! School Lists Honor Pupils WATERSMEET — The Watersmeet High School has announced the final honor roll or the 1964-65 school year The "A", "B". and "C" honor rolls are as follows: "A" honor roll—Luanne Lloyd, James Zelinski, Patricia H e v- man and David Kelly. "B" honor roll--Stephen Andrewson, Maralee Koleski, Lin da Moilanen. Julann Caron. John Neumann, Cathy Lefler, John Zelinski, Frank Koleski. Yvonne Reichardt. Elizabeth Sorens e n. Joan Basso, James Trzecinski, Larry Lloyd, Linda Zelin s k i Karen Hupp. "C" honor roll— Roger Spargo, Ann Thompson, Mary Gorshe, John Powell. Mark Wasson. Gary Trzecinski Kay Mads o n, John Bouillion, Ruby Martin Kristine Kuker, Michele Hey man, Nancee Madson, Connie: Chiochios, Christine Dain. Albert! Britton, Robert Zelinski. Michaei' Rogers. Retarded Children's Association to Meet The fourteenth annual confer-; ence of the Michigan Associa : tion for Retarded Children win be held at Kalamazoo College ' Kalamazoo, on June 17 18 and! 19. I Represent i n g the Gnge b i c County Association for Retarded Children will be Miss Edith Jacobson, Ironwood demonstrators Included township officials The formula request for the investigation came from State Policeman John Aird, charging that 'certain persons in the' townsnip have combined in a conspiracy to violate the laws relating to elections, gambling, illegal c ale of liquor, obstruction ot justice bribery and other rela-i'd jffenses." 0N ALBION Ned ' H — Harold Me- Clure Jr , president of the Uc- Clure Oil Co., of Alma, has! o»ny oiobe d Board of Trustees gel -i-sults The Chinese train cormorants! to catch fish. I Probe Slated At Royal Oak PONT1AC (AP) — A one-man grand jury investigation into al-! leged corruption in Royal Oak 1 Township was authorized Monday by the seven Oakland Coun-, ty circuit court judges. j Circuit Judge Philip Pratt was I named to head the inquiry and will be empowered to issue in-| dictm«nts and grant Immunity i to witr.t-sses i Assistant Prosecutor James! Robert named to conduct the investigation, was hanged in effigy during a weekend demonstration in the township. Police i Chief James Anderson said the I The clavichord was a k e y- board instrument, an ancestor of the piano. HEADQUARTERS for INSERT BEARINGS PISTON RINGS any size, make or model of extra charge PLASTIC GAUGE BIG DISCOUNTS AUTOMOTIVE Cor. Ay«r It Mansfield from the NEWS RECORD ^LEATHER DESK APPOINTMENTS *WALLETS & POCKET SECRETARIES FINE ASSORTMENT OF *CRIBBAGE BOARDS ^FLEXIBLE DESK LAMPS ^ATTACHE & BRIEF CASES priccd 2.00,010.00 marie of the finest leather *DYNO AUTOMATIC LABELMAKERS Father's Day Ideals & Greeting Cards NEWS RECORD PRINTING & SUPPLY Ironwood Mrs. Lloyd H. Wesleen, Prop. Dial 932-5511 i Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets.) GETS DEGREE—Robert R. Slade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwood Slade, Ironwood, received a master of science degree at the 209th commmence- ment at the University of Pennsylvania. Slade is on leave of absence from the Escanaba Senior High School and is studying under a National Science Foundation Fellowship. During the academic year he' majored in mathematics and physics. Upon graduation he received an additional award to do postgraduate study in math during the summer session. Slade and his family will return to Escanaba in September to resume his teaching position at the high school there. He is married to the former Bettey Kevern, also of Ironwood, and they have two children, James Robert, 3, and Michelle Dawn, one and a half. LOANS... FOR ANY WORTHWHILE PURPOSE! COME IN TODAY TO ARRANGE THE LOAN YOU NEED BORROW $50 ,.$1,000 PEOPLES LOAN SYSTEM Across from St. James Hotel Suffolk Si. Ironwood 932-5100 USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze? Don't'be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, an alkaline (non-acicU powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at dniff counters everywhere. 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One secretary your wife can pick: Lord Buxton Pocket Secretary It's slim, smartly finished, shaped to lie flat in your breast pocket. With 6 separate compartments. For folding money. Snapshots. Charge plates. Credit cards. Business cards. Social Security card. Letters. Commutation ticket. Theatre tickets. Newspaper clippings. There's a window with an .identification card for you to fill out. LORD BUXTON Only $5 Black or Brown *Plus Fed. Tax LORD BUXTON BILLFOLDS Your choice of these famous billfolds made of durable leathers, burnished to a soft, supple sheen by master leather workers. Hold all dad's pictures, cards. 3 95 to 7 50 Black or Brown Plus Fed Tax Men's Famous Make Cologn es Dad will love you if you gift him with these . . . just the famous names he would choose for himself. Very good selection. Yardley After Shave Talcum 1.00 and 1.25 Yardley After Shave Lotion . 1.00 and 1.50 Old Spice After Shave Lotion 1.25 Old Spice After Shave Talcum 1.00 Old Spice Super Smooth Shave 1.1) Old Spice Stick Deodorant . 1.00 Men's Jewelry Cases Jewelry Cases Yes, Dad needs one of these for his Tie Pins, Cuff Links, Watch and other jewelry. A handy "keep- it-in-place" gift for Him! Simulated leather cases. 3 98 to 7 98 Xttter %v*v«tt Soft, Cotton Lined STRETCH SOCKS Slip on and adjust naturally to the size and shape of your foot. Knit in a fine rib pattern of 100 c i nylon. $ ] and 50 Byford Imported English WOOL SOCKS Non-Elastic Tops for Extra Comfort Completely Washable fine ALL- WOOL English Rib Sock in choice of Black, Oxford or Brown. Once he tries a pair, he'll never wear any other sock! 1 50 KIWI Shoe Shine KITS 198 _ 098 098 Plastic Zippered Case Kits Cor home or travel with Two Cans Polish, Dauber Brush, Shoe Cloth. Excellent choice. Shoe Groom Stands Complete with Accessories A gift the whole family can use. Wood stand, accessories needed for choe shining .... 5 95 White Shirts The shirts for active men who prefer the solid comfort of 100 '-/, combed cotton. Arrow HITT with non-wilt fused collar . . . Arrow WHIP with the soft collar ... in sizes for your Dad. 4 50 Arrow DECTON the wash 'n' wear wonder Dad will look like a photo out of Esquire ... ^ f\C and Mom will like them too, for they're com- M^ 9 J plete Wash 'n' Wear. Finest shirt Dad ever ^^ had. 6 LEISURE STYLE IN PERFECT COMFORT... -ARROW- Casual comfort in colorful fashions . . . short or long sleeves . . . precisely tailored, contour tapered for better fit. Solids, stripes, checks in cottons and knits, including New Jac-Shirts. Men's Initialed Linen Hankies 59 e Fresh new Linen Hankies with hand-rolled edges and Dad's initial neatly embroidered in one corner. Truly a personal gift Dad will like . . . and Dad needs! m-O* Where You Find The Gifts DAD Likes!

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