Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1963. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W CRANE 4 Vbiida Kay won of "Miss America her title because she is a wonderful combination of beauty, personality, social poise and religious idealism. Girls, if you wish to win husbands, imitate Voncla Kay instead of the the TV models who snort Smoke out of both nostrils like and old-fashioned steam locomotive ! .CASE W-422: Vonda Kay Van Dyke won the title of Miss America at the last national contest, . She is not only a lovely girl, but she combines pers o n a 1 charm and religious idealism with her physical beauty. • And she is smart, for she studied ventriloquy under one of American's outstanding tea c tier's thereof, namely, Paul Stadelman whose dummy "Windy." is becoming almost as famous as Charlies McCarthy. . It is unusual for a girl to be a ventriloquist, so Vonda Kay was smart in thus selecting a unique hobby. But she is remarkable in other ways. When I was in Phoenix, Ari- executives, school prin c i pa 1 s, lawyers, etc., who match the girl on every count except One. And that one which keeps her an old maid is her smoking! Girls, I am not joking! Your cigarets do NOT appeal to men who want to meet a girl with the ultimate aim of marriage! If you are interested in more facts about our non-profit Scientific Marriage Foundation, write zona, on a lecture trip, a group i for complete details, enclosing of clergymen invited me to j a long stamped, return envelope, | plus 20 cents. Kermit j (Copyright by The Hop kins luncheon. Among them was Dr. YESCHEK'S TOWER FAMOUS in WISCONSIN for FINE FOOD Serving Daily at Noon LUNCHEON BUFFET PRIME RIBS STEAKS DUCK SEAFOOD Reservations—Phone 588-4111 or 588-9161 LAC du FLAMBEAU South on 51-47 AD Long, pastor of the big Meth odist Church there, and a former Chicago cleric. Vonda Kay belongs to his! church and also taught a Sun- 1 day School class. ! "Today I received a letter) from Vonda Kay," Dr. Longi announced. i "In it she enclosed her tithe for her two weeks' salary (Tithe is 10 per cent contributed to church or charity). "And she told me that despite the insistence of her managers that she rehearse all day Sunday for her television appearance s, she ducked out and attended the nearest little church to the studio." Vonda Kay is thus a credit to Phoenix and her church and the modern generation of teenagers. But she is also a living testimonial to the fine parents who reared her. Her father is a talented physician and her parents are active church members. ! Vonda Kay symbolizes the, ideal American sweetheart, too. j for most men who register with \ our Scientific Marriage Founda- j tion deliberately warn us: "Don't waste my time introducing me to girl who smokes!" Many of these same young men are chain smokers th e m- selves. But they don't want a j smoking wife ! So our hands have been tied. Hundreds of beautiful colle g e graduates, now working as teachers, nurses, airplane stewardesses, etc., have been registered with this interfaith, nonprofit Marriage Foundation for a year or more. "Dr. Crane," they may complain by letter, "I understand j that you have more men than women up to the age of 35. "So why haven't I been introduced to one of them by this time?" And the reason is simply the fact that our electronic m a chine (IBM) fails to toss out the card of a suitable male, because such a girl has listed the fact that she smokes. We may have a dozen superb i young medics, dentists, business Syndicate, Inc.) There are many skyscrapers in South Africa's largest city. Johannesburg Barry Will Run For Senate Seat SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Former Sen. Barry Goldwater says he will seek a U.S. Senate seat in 1968 "regardless of wtio runs on the opposition ticket" and promised "a high-level, clean campaign." Drawing loud applause at a political science club meeting Tuesday night, Goldwater conceded it would be difficult to oppose Sen. Carl Hayden, D- Ariz., "but I would do it." It was the first time Goldwater had said he would oppose Hayden, 88, an old friend and dean of the Senate — should Hayden decide tr> run. Previously he had said he would run for the Senate only if an opening developed. Speaking before an audience iof 500, Goldwater appeared fit 1 and fielded a variety of questions. By throwing his hat into the political arena Goldwater ended seven months of "just relaxing" j which included a motoi tour of ; Europe. , It was his first break from ! politics since he won a seat on j the Phoenix City Council in 1949. I In January 1964, after spend- ing four years traveling the country expressing his views, Goldwater' announced ht was a candidate for the Republican nomination for president. ; By early May, through pri-j maries, state conventions, and congressional district caucuses,; he had gained the support- hej needed to wrest the nomination from the so-called GOP moder-l ates. i The Republican National Con-! vention nominated Goldwater; by a 883 to 214 margin over his \ nearest competitor, Gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania. Political forecasters predicted 64.4 per cent of the vote for President Johnson when Election Day dawned. When the bal- lots were counted Johnson had obtained 61.3 per cent of the vote. j All this seemed long ago to Goldwater as he appeared nattily clad in a gray suit ana cheerful before the enthusiastic audience. Asked about the GOP presidential outlook for 1968 Goldwater answered. "You can't count anybody out, except me." lion library, according to college officials. The three-story structure will house 250.000 books, with study space for 700 students. Kalamazoo College Gets Library Grant KALAMAZOO (API— K.alama- zoo College will receive a $586 000 federal grant to help in the construction of a new $1 8 mil THANK YOU I wish to express my appreciation to the voters of Ironwood Township for re-electing me to serve on the Iron wood Township School Board. EVERETT ERICKSON (Paid Political Advt.) Let's Give Dad a "VAN HEUSEN" from... ALBERT'S V%>***4«* •r<**/d K^sN. -s#»&£*; now! the famous VAN HEUSEISr VANAPLUS BATISTE wash-and-wear shirt at a new low price *4°° Vanaplus Batiste ... the longer wearing all- cotton shirt guaranteed permanent wash- and-wear! Cool and airy, it'» "Contour-Crafted" for the neat tailored look. In "white and solid colors. Dual Collar may .be worn as a dress or sport shirt. Short Sleeves. Vanaplus Batiste. See our complete line of "Van Heusen" Dress and Sport Shirts! Great Gifts for a Great Guy! ALBERT'S Clothing & Shoes S. 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