Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 26, 1965 · Page 13
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 13

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, July 26, 1965
Page 13
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';X-^t1^m>*a^^fr*ricTW*)^-w 1 -s^^J^r»Avt:*^*^«4^-f-^iMtt ! -.j.'*,'»<-*fc^ MONDAY, JULY 26, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Carol Beck at Muskegon for State Contest ONTONAGON - Miss Carol 5 Heck, the reigning Miss Ontonagon County, left for Muskegon Saturday to compete for the title of Miss Michigan. i Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Beck of Ontonagon ancl won her title and the right to represent this county at the Miss Michigan pageant during last year's Labor Festival celebration. Accompanying her as official I chaperone was Mrs. Jack Mc- Gulre. a member of the Ontonagon County Queen's Sorority. The Sorority, which conduct si the Miss Ontonagon County contest, has the franchise from the Miss America organization for the official Miss America pre-i liminary in this Carol left Si 5 and stayed trolt. She was to register in | Muskegon at noon Sunday with; the other Miss Michigan candid-; ates. After rehearsing for the contest and pageant, Carol will participate in a parade at Muskegon, meet the contest judges for her interview with them, and compete In swim suit, for-, mal gown and in talent compe-, tition before the new Miss Michigan is announced F r i day evening. Her parents and her aunt, Elvle Gill, will leave Wednesday to join her In Muskegon. Ontonagon Briefs Bishop Pinten Council, Knights ' of Columbus, will hold a meet-i Ing Tuesday evening at 8 at the; Eagles Hall. Installation of of-' fleers is on the agenda for the meeting. i Miss Salley Schaffer, Bay Vll- i lage, Ohio, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. James Ha/ama, and other relatives The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Multiply Laura's case by 100,000 each year and you will see why medics are alarmed at the wildf 1 r e spread of two diseases far more dangerous than polio. Newspapers are helpi n g alert the American public to many medical and psy- cological dangers, so study this case carefully and then send for the medical booklet below. "For our family physician called her daddy and me for a private consultation recently. "We had previously sent Laura to his office for a routine physical check-up, since she wasn't feeling well. "And he told us that Laura has a veneral disease! "How can that be true, Dr. Crane? For she has always been a very dutiful daughter! "And what can we expect? Will CASE W-455; Laura L., aged snc ever & et well? Can she mar- 6, is an attractive high school- j W a ™l bear children? Oh, this is r» t»»f t *1 1 ' ' er. awful! 198 to Receive Degrees at NMU MARQUETTE — A record of 198 baccalaureate and master's degrees will be conferred at the Northern Michigan University rummer commencement c e re- monies, July 30. Thirteen candidates from Go- geblc and Ontonagon counties are among the 198 students to receive drgrees. Candidates for Master of Arts degrees include Raymond J. Rlgonl, Bergland; Harold B. Amos, Greenland; Ronald V. Kopenen, William H. Richards and John M. Tezak, all of Ironwood; Bruce R. Warren, Trout Creek; Lily H. Korpl, W a k e- fleld; and Roland R. Antila and John W. Martell, both of White Pine. Candidates for Bachelor o f Science degrees include Wi 1 • jliam A. Rounisto, Bruce Bross|mg; Greta A. Bayee, Ontonagon; Vivian I. Kennedy, Sidnaw: Lydia J. McDonald, Trout Creek. Ceremonies for the record summer class will begin at 2 I p m. in Kaye Auditorium on the campus. The public is invited to attend. Degrees will be conferred by Dr. Edgar L. Harden, president. Dr. Clarence M. BJork, clean ol admissions and g r a d u a te studies, will present the candidates for degrees. Dr. Paul F. Sharp, chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will deliver the commencement address. Greetings from the board o f control of NMU, will be extended by Ogden E. Johnson, member of the board. A reception will be held in the Don H. Bottum University Center following the c o m mence- rnent ceremonies. The Soviet Union covers almost one-sixth of the world's total land area. NOW SERVING BREAKFASTS! Open at 7 a.m.! 'The Other Place' 132 E. Aurora DIAL 932-2610 . . . for Pizza Delivery Service. 25e for minimum order of $2. Free Delivery on orders over $4 —OPEN UNTIL 11 P.M.— Ironwood USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS U-M Says Tuition Hike Necessary Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Julie, have returned to their home in M i 1 - waukee after spending th e 1 r vacation visiting her pare n t s, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Serrahn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Keller and sons of Phoenix, Ariz., spent a few days as the guests of Dr. ancl Mrs. R. W. Keller and fam- Mrs. Steve Klups has left for Grants, N. M., where she will visit her son in law and daughter, Mr. ancl Mrs. Norman Johnson, and family. Bcf ore returning home she will also visit her son, George Klups, and family at Las Vegas, Nev. Miss Blanche Ross. Del r o it, find Mrs. John Maki. Pontiac, for m e r Ontonagon residents, fsrc spending two weeks visit- mg relatives and friends here. Mrs. Louis Nitkey has r e turned to her home in Seattle, Wash., after visiting her brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Champagne, and other relatives here. Miss Lynn "Oh, Dr. Crane," her mother I VENEREAL FACTS tearfully explained, "we don't! Our united States P u b 1 i c know what to think. ; Health Department has been _.... _... < ur gi n g us medical columnists and to Detroit after spending two newspapers to help cooperate in weeks visiting Mrs. Geist's son warning you laymen about vener- and daughter in law, Mr. and eal disease. Mrs. Otis Geist, and family. ' First of all, there are two of Miss Marie Dekker and Rob- these, namely, syphilis and gon- ert Roblcheau of Milwaukee orrhea. You can catch one or spent a few days visiting Miss i botn at tne same l \ me l Dekker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. '• As a general rule, they are Louis Dekker, and family i contracted by sexual relati o n s Pat Aho, son of Mr. and Mrs.! ^hmfifa'UoT'dis ease A n d r e w Aho and B r u c e j wg^ |ci?orrtSSuS£ .torte! Ruutila son of Mr. and M r s ' a bm . n *j mflamrnatl0 n of the! August Ruutila have returned ; sex organs and ls associ a t e d from a rip through 26 states with pus formation, west of the Mississippi River At one stage of S y ph j Us . how . and Into Mexico. ever tne throat of the victim is '• Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mey-; literally teeming with germs! ers and daughters have re- (spirochetes). turned to their home in M i 1 - So an innocent person by the waukee after spending their va- mere act of kissing can cpn- catlon here. They are former i tract shyphills from such an in- Ontonagon residents. j fected person, especially if there ' is a cracked lip or other break in the skin through which the germ can enter. It is estimated that 100,000 new cases of veneral disease each year occur In this country, but only 40,000 of them are reported, so the other 60,000 go untreated and infect others. ANN ARBOR (AP) — State Promiscuity among teen-ag e r legislators questioned University' is now one of the worst ways for of Michigan officials about the spreading venereal infection, school's recent tuition hike in a If a victim Is untreated, he or weekend meeting here. U-M ad- !sne ma y become sterile. And minlstrators defended the move : mav develop all sorts of later as necessary and not excessive. | ailments, ranging from insanity University president Harlan ' and neart disease to arthritis of - Hatcher told the lawmakers • nls J° lnt f • 'u-M's tuition charge was a! Alas homosexuals are now great deal less than rates charg-> one . of « ie common spreaders of e.d at Ivy League schools which ! suc " a " ments : Hatcher said generally are considered on the same academic . level as U-M. Roger W. Heyns, vice presi- .dent for academic affairs, said' ggSs'are of BoWsexes" there were "accumulated dls ., sexuais are ot HOI H sexes. crepancles" between university money requests and appropria-: tlons granted by the legislature! in recent years. He added the i school's request for a $13 millioiv let ~ s " doubfy" ~before""'you increase In budget had been re-: them! cluced from a need for $19 mil-; And don 't let children wiggle llon - ' around on the seats of publ i c Rep. Vincent Petitpren, D -.toilets! Wayne, chairman of the house j But, above all, get medi- colleges and universities com-: C al treatment started as soon as mittee, said the lawmakers'possible! wanted the meeting only to "in- And don't repose undue faith in vestlgate, not to act against the our antibiotics, for prevention is tuition increases." still far better than long, med- Petitpren and Rep. George ical treatment, i Montgomery, D-Detroit, said Send for my medical booklet University officials in their view : "Sex Problems of Young P.eo- tailed to give full Information to pie," enclosing a long stamped, legislators about the school's return envelope, plus 20 'cents. Use it in school hyg i e n e For homosexuals may admit of 6 or 8 different sexual contacts in a single day, and thus spread venereal Infection widely. Remember, too, that homo- So W he rops of pis have them sure fo flush nublic toi- use Mrs. Oscar Jones has returned from a extended visit, with relatives and friends i n • Saginaw, Detroit and Madison. Mrs. Paul Geist and daughter, Miss Elaine, have returned, replied effort to provide all information asked for by legislators. Another meeting is expected to be held betweenjawmakers and U-M officials, but no date was set. Superior Blacktop Paving Material BLACKTOP FOR DRIVEWAYS, SIDEWALKS, PARKING LOTS Genuine 3-M RAMCOAT FREE ESTIMATES GUST GIANCOLA, INC. DIAL 561-4906 General Contractor doing, for we need more cooperation from teachers on this point. (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover j typing and printing costs when! you send for one of his book-i lets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) High Sales, Earnings Reported by Eastman NEW YORK (AP)—The Eastman Kodak Co. reported today that its sales and earnings for the first half of 1965 were the highest in the company's history. Consolidated sales were 615,275,803—almost 18 per cent above the figure at this time last year. 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