Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 29, 1965 · Page 22
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 22

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 29, 1965
Page 22
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EIGHT IKUNWOOD DAIir GLOBfc, IRUNWOUU, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1965. Berry's World ''There's no lirin' with him t since they put him in the 'fast group' of 'Project Head Start'!" The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Before the discovery of grise- ofulvln the treatment of ringworm was far from satisfactory. , This drug was the first anti- "tungal agent that could be taken /By mouth to attack the ring- i worm fungi from within. Most victims can be greatly improved by griseofulvin but only If they are willing to take the full recommended dosage regula r 1 y Legislature May Have Quiet Days By DICK BARNES Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP) — Michigan legislators returned to the capitol today for what House Speaker Joseph Kowalski predicted would be a quiet two days. The Senate and House reconvened to consider whether to override any of Gov, George Romney's 23 vetoes and to discuss—if only behind the scenes —whether to press for a constitutional amendment giving the governor power to fill judicial vacancies by appointment. Also planned was discussion of highway sign control legislation and plans for the autumn legislative session. If Democratic majorities try to override Bornney on any of his vetoes, the most likely candidate is a bill setting ground rules for operations of the legislative auditor general. Kowalski said he can't figure out why Romney vetoed the measure. The governor cited what he thought was a constitutional conflict in the bill. It had passed each chamber overwhelmingly. The judicial amendment was proposed by Romney and Atty. Gen. Frank Kelley but legislative leaders have adopted a go- slow attitude. The plan was for a special election on the amendment in November if it is approved by the legislature. Kowalski said the question could wait until next year, saving the cost of a special election. Judicial vacancies are filled by retired judges, but that pool of talent has proven too small to handle the openings. The amendment would give the governor appointment power. With delay of the amendment from 1965 until 1966, however, nine judges in newly created circuit court seats would be elected rather than appointed by Romney. Ballet Dancer Wins Contest MDSKEGON (AP)—Classical ballet dancer Sharon Sue Snyder, 20-year-old Birmingham brunette, won the talent contest tn the second night of preliminary competition in the Miss Michigan Pageant Wednesday. Christine Lee Martin, 18, "Miss Boscommon," captured the swim suit contest. A sophomore at Ferris State College, she is the daughter of Joseph R. Martin,of Higglns Lake. Miss Snyder and Miss Martin joined Tuesday night's talent winner Esther Lynne Smith, 19, < "Miss Western Michigan University," and swim suit winner 'Charlotte Hamady, 18, "Miss East Detroit." ( Another talent winner and swim suit finalist will be picked "by judges tonight. In addition, winners of evening gown competition, held each of the three nights, will vie among the finalists. Winners of evning gown competition are not announced. Final competitions will be held PWday, with judges nanv Irig 10 finalists on the basis of nts accyiinulated by '• • : " -• ••• •- for at least six months. Another disadvantage is that this drug is not equally effective against all the different fungi that cause ringworm. Furthermore, a small proportion of those who took it reported headaches or stomach upsets. Last December a new anti- fungal cream for local application, acrlsorcin, was introduced. More than 90 per cent of those who used It were rid of their lesions within six weeks. U s - ing It for a longer period appeared to prevent recurrence. Close on the heels of this discovery a new compound called tolnaftate was introduced and it appears to be superior to any preparation tried so far. It, too, is applied locally; it is safe, colorless, ordorless and greaseless and therefore will not stain your clothes. It does not sting or smart when applied and it appears to be effective against all the fungi in the ringw o r m group including the so-called liver spots (tinea versicolor). It works by killing the fungi rather than merely slowi ng their growth. Skin specialists now bel I eve that if adequate treatment with this drug does not cure your ringworm your lesions are not ringworm. Many persons who could not be cured with griseo- fulvin have been cured with the new drug. For the best results it must be used under medical supervision. Excessive amounts, especially in moist areas, may impede recovery. Futherm ore if there is a secondary bacterial infection in the lesions this should be cleared up before using the tolnaftate. About the only ringworm lesions that cannot be cured with this drug are those involving the scalp or nail and these have also defied treatment with all other fungicides. Q — I have a fungus infection around my fingernails. Can I pass it to my family through foods when I fix their meals? What is the best treatment? A — Such antibiotics as gris- eofulvin and nystatin may help to control certain types of fungus infections around and under the nails but a permanent cure is next to impossible. Since most of the fungi that cause these infections are found throughout our environment the only precautions necssary are cleanliness and keeping the infected part dry. Exposure to sunlight may be helpful. The org a n i s m s are not transmitted through foods. Benjamin Franklin, as early as 1784, suggested possibilities for airborne troops. VAN BUSKIRK CO-OP CO. 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