Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 15, 1965 · Page 5
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•s TUESDAY, JUNE 15,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN New Embassy Beautiful but Not Practical By CONRAD FINK NEW DELHI, India (AP) — Beautiful it is; practical it isn't. This is the U.S. Embassy building in New Delhi, an edifice famed for its beauty but which has proven much too small in these days of large diplomatic staffs. The $1.4-million Edward Du rell Stone creation, completed in 1959, is clearly inadequate for American diplomats and a new $1.7-million annex is being built. The embassy essentially is an oblong structure with offices along the four outer walls — which cannot be expanded. A handsome pond, open to the sky, occupies the center of the building. * * * Ducks, sparrows and pigeons make their home in the pone and its lush green tropical plants. Tourists by the thousands come to see this wildlife sanctuary inside an embassy. After it was completed, the American diplomatic, military and ai5e staffs in New Delh grew by leaps and bounds. The Americans — now totaling more than l.eoo — rented all over New Dflhi. Clearly, all should be togeth er, around the duck pond. Bu how could this be accomplished since Stone had fashioned an architectural package with his embassy and adding on more rooms would be impossitali without knocking out a lot o walls? In addition, tinkering with what the late Frank Lloyd Wright, a famed architect called a "perfectly beautifu building" would be sure tc arouse screams of anguish among lovers of architecture and things beautiful the world over. * * * The solution seized upon was to build a similar — but less impos'r.g and more practical — building next door. This has been dubbed "West Building." Stone also designed this two- story building, being sure to preserve the separate aesthetic value o! his first creation. But, obviously, the two had to have some link. Stone's answer: an underground tunnel, invisible to art lovers who stand for hours just looking at the embassy. The new building will hav.e about 33,000 square feet of office space, compared with 28,000 in the embassy. Every inch of new space already is aHocated. nvi Health Services Will Be Studied ANN ARBOR — Community health needs and services throughout the state will be examined during the next several years, reports a U-M doctor. Dr. Vlado A. Getting of the U-M School of Public Health says that the work will be done through the Michigan Communi- DREDGE SWIMMING AREA—The Ironwood Kiwanis Club, during the latter part of last week, sponsored the dredging of the swimming area at Norrie Park, the sand from which, was used as fill around the site of the Hiawatha statue. Martin Kopnick, reporting on the project at a meeting of the Ironwood city commission Monday evening, said ap- proximately 200 truckloads of sand and dirt had been removed from the swimming area, making it deeper. Fill was needed around the site of the statue and this was one way of getting it, Kopnick said. The commission voted to send a letter of commendation to the Kiwanis Club for sponsoring this project. (Daily Globe Photo). Sidnaw Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Longrie and family, Trout Creek, spent a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Longrie. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kaskinen, Covington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cummings recently. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Kennedy and baby, L'Anse, were recent visitors of relatives here and in Kenton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stenson and family, Ishpeming, spent a weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Vivian Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McDonald and baby, Marquette, spent a weekend with her moth e r, Mrs. Vivian Kennedy. Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Leaf and family, L'Anse, visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rolloff. Mr. and Mrs. Niles Eilertsen and children recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cummings Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beauprey Sr., Bernard Stebbins, Margaret Kytola, Douglas Stebbi n s and Gerald Longrie attended a circus in L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beauprey and baby, L'Anse, recently visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Towns end and family, Iron River, re> cently visited relatives here. . Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keski, and friends in Michigamme recently. ON HIS DAY JUNE 20th Over 50 Chairs to Choose from ty Health Services Study and will begin with a meeting next month in the Upper Penlnsu 1 a. He is Professor of, Public Health Practice and Study Director. The study is sponsored by the Michigan Health Officers Association, the State Department of Health, and the U-M School of Public Health. Arthur D. Ziegler, Assistant Study Director, and two staff members, Dr. Anna B Brown and David C. Ballinger. will be in the U.P. in June interviewing potential study group members prior to the meeting there. .Eventually, seven citt z e n's groups will assess the health needs of the state and recommend changes necessary for the efficient development of health services to meet future needs, Dr. Getting said. DISCOVERED GUNCOTTON Christian F Schoenbein, German chemist, discovered guncotton accidentally when he blew up his stove drying cotton that he had tried to dissolve in a mixture of nitric and sulphuric acid. Pharmacists Meet. MACKINAC ISLAND (APT The 82nd annual convention <* the Michigan Pharmaceutical Association opened here Monday and will continue through Wednesday. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM NOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, T-I-L must stop the Itch «nd blrnlni or your 48c back at any drat itort In 3 to 5 days, Infected skin sUifhi off. Then wiitch HEALTHY tkta ••< pear! NOW at Ironwood Pharmacy. • RECLINERS • PLATFORM ROCKERS • LOUNGE CHAIRS with Ottomans PRICED FROM 49 95 and up Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 — Other Evenings on Appointment Sendek Furniture Co. Bessemer, Michigan - Ph. 667-3141 CREDIT AVAILABLE Merriweather Personals Terry Kadletz, Milwaukee, recently visited with his sister, Mrs. Robe; ta Sybeldon. Arthur Konits, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Konits, Merrill, Wis.. i- cently visited at the Rose Limpert home. Visitors at the J.Y. Tickanen home recently were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Keranen and son, Trout Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korpi, Montreal, Wis., Jack Oberst and son and Donald Mattson, Kenosha. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kishline were recent Ironwood shoppers. Mrs. John Tickanen and daughter in law of Burlington, Wis. were recent Trout Creek callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abrams and Mrs. Roberta Sybeldon were business callers in Saxon recently. Rodney Ellsworth and son Rodney Jr., Billy; Keith and Bruce Ralston, Mike Syble don and Lowell Ellsworth were recent callers in Bessemer. Juanita Raymond, Terri Johnson and Reese Roberts were among the kindergarten graduating class of the Berg land community school. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain were recent shoppers in Ironwood. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts shopped recently in Wakefield. Mrs. Ora Borton, LeRoy, visited friends here recently. Mrs. Robert Ellsworth visited recently at the E. Dalbec home in Wakefield. Lowell Ellsworth, visited recently with relatives in M a r- quette. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Abrams were recent business callers in Bessemer. AMEIHCAI URGES? WAS® Let us help with a Home Improvement Loan Whatever you have in mind for your castle: repairs, re-modeling 0* additions—from extra bedrooms to a swimming pool—talk to usaboutjf •the help we can give. 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