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FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Raid on Missile Sites Influences LBJ's Decision By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson's decision to avoid calling reservists to fight in Viet Nam was influenced, in part, by Tuesday's attack on two mobile missile sites near Hanoi by American fighter bombers. dispatched even after the projected level of 125,000 is reached. Officials said Johnson's latest, move will have as much immediate impact as any broader mobilization. For one Church Services IRONWOOD Little Girl's Point, Immanuel thing, Lutheran (Missouri). The Rev. they said, there would be a con->R- W. Heikkinen, pastor. Wor- siderable time lag before any sni P service, 9, conducted by reservists could reach Viet Leonard Mattson. in the absence Nam, whereas some seasoned of the pastor. St. John's Lutheran (LCAi, Airport Road, North Ironwood. The Rev Oliver A Hallb e r t? pastor. English service with Holy Communion at St Paul Lutheran Church, 9:45. Seventh-day Advcntist Ay e r and Curry. Pastor L. A. Bierlien. Sabbath School Sat- Missiurday, 9:30; worship service, The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE regular troops can move in almost at once. \ Queen Contest Ends Tonight Clara's problem is far more common than most of you laymen imagine. But it is not incapable of being corrected, though the victim must use tremendous will power to grow up emotional- ly.For this wrong sexual habit is not inherited! And it is not an indication of a low I. Q. so face up to this crisis intelligently. from a normal, heterosexual romance with the opposite sex. So send for my medical booklet "Sex Problems of Young People," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents and use its information British Home Owners Grow Own Tobacco By EDDY GILMOKK He operates a nonprofit busi-! ness at nearby Dunmow, County j Essex. : After paying an entrance fee ol $2.10. members can have up to 25 pounds of their own tobacco cured— dried and prepared— for about 6 cents an ounce. The vicar. 65, once ran out of homegrown lobacco and had to buy commercial lobacco. -I wouldn't Dear it," he said f^/TlG Is Scheduled NEW YORK (APi — A $2.S ir.illion national campaign diverted at public apathy to crime is being undertaken by the National Council of Crime and Delinquency. The council ancl the Ford. zu ueuia auu use us miunuauun Ky i.DtiY uiJLniuivij " ""^^" >"j .....^...u. ^..«.,-.- , t ,- r . to vaccinate all t e e n-a g c r s LONDON (APi — Backyard; lllc to usc !o ° man - v matches; of " against wrong sexual habits. 'tobacco growers are growingjand made my pipe filthy.' ——- i like weeds in Britain. , ~~ (Always write to Dr. Crane in! There are no official figures! care of this newspaper, cnclos- on the number of householders j ing a long stamped, addressed raising tobacco for their own! i envelope and 20 cents to cover j smokes, but; a big cigarette j CASE W-459: Clara Z., aged; typing and printing costs when j manufacturer estimated it as; "It affected my throat, caused. t ,- c . indaUon arc to sharc tnc cost the program, announced '•Wdncsday by Sigurd S. Lar- ir.on, council president. Tin I loundation is providing a SI.25 i million grant, and the council j plans to raise a matching sum. MUSKEGON i AP Johnson felt that direct and'Michigan, the girl who will rep- io:50"; children's story h o u r. \ 44, is the mother of four chil-1 y 0 'u send for one of his book-iover 100.000. quick retaliation against the ! resent the state in the Miss i 3:30, at new school on East Gin-i dren. ! iets.) A large se A rcQri DETROIT (APi—Police saicl „ seed company saicl i lwo fires which broke out Thurs- missilc launchers that had America contest at Atlantic j nebar Street, Bessemer. j "Dr. Crane," she b e g a n, i (Copyright by The Hopki n s, that its sale of tobacco seed had d ay in a Detroit hotel during BElUiLAND Calvary Baptist. The ! "when our oldest boy finished , syndicate, Inc.) R, e v i high school, he joined the Navy. "He seemed to be doing very bagged a U.S. jet bomber Sun-] City, N.J., in September, will day was sufficient proof of what j be picked tonight from among! he terms the nation's "no re- 10 state beauties. t Douglas McNeil pastor Sunday " He seemed 10 DC aom treat" policy in Viet Nam. j The 10 are semifinalisls. They ; 3 Chool " 1Q . morn i ng W ors h i p ' wel1 ancl nas served two years. Had the launchers not been! were picked from an opening J H . even j n ' g serv j ce 7-39 '! "But yesterday we received a discovered ancl attacked, it was fielcl of 49 e'l'ls vying for thci M Ct ,, odist rne R GV j an)es j pathetic letter from him, saying said, Johnson probably would Miss Michigan crown. Hillia"-' pastor Worship serv ! he and several other sailors had have felt compelled to mobilize! Caro1 Mane Fedewa 19. of; Jce g . 3() . Sunday school 10:30. t> een accused of homosexuality. some reservists and National 1 Wyoming, was named the third st A||() Romah Calno | ic r n c "So they were being given a Guardsmen as a display of na-; winner in the tale " t preliminary: r T - 0 ,.g e Pernaski, pastor • - • • ; competition Thursday. ' ' Ashland Play Season Ends increased by 75 per cent this; tne n rsl day O f an employes' year over last year. strike probably were deliberate- What's the attraction of homegrown tobacco" ly set Job Proposal Added to Bill WASHINGTON 'API — A Kathleen Ann Sullivan, 18, of tional determination. The administration view ' 7 ttl " lcc " """ ""''""IV A %, " t ' , Mass seemed to be that the assault on Oak **?• won tlle swim &ult the launchers would be weighed competition ...... NO one was injured in the! special provision to make jobs The answer must be to get| Dr i C f blazes at the Fort Wayne for chronically unemployed poor around the high price of com- , Hotel, where members of the adult workers has been added to mercial cigarettes and pipe 'o-1 Hotel ancl Restaurant Employes the SI.9 billion antipoverty bill, bacco. land Bartenders Union walked The Senate Labor Committee u .. ASHLAND — The curtain j The government this spring O ff thir jobs Thursday. None of wrote the provision in Wednes- dishonorable discharge" He con- falls on tne Northland Summer! hiked taxes so a pack of ordi-jthe guests was evacuated. clay. It would provide S150 mil- confessions *befVre' fessed that the charge against Stock Theatre Company season! nary cigarettes retails at 78 : . jj 0 n to be used on jobs in such i him was true. iwith two performances of .cents. most seriously in the Commu- . . nist camp because, so far as is van J . oin . .- , f . ,,„„, „.,„,,, known, the United States struck ners in tonights final event, without knowing or caring whether the installations were manned by Russians, Communist Chinese or North Vietnamese. If this is correct, and high administration officials said,- , . . Wednesday night the mi«n P ! Brookins Also guests of Trii'ty Lutheran (Missouri) rhe Rev David Musall. pastor, other earner win-' No Sunday School until Septem- help him. otnei earnei win bc)-; WQrship servicei 11; with ••«.<= <» Holy Communion. rtRUCE CROSSING Bethany Lutheran. The Rev pastor "He was very penitent a ndj "Thurber Carnival" this week- us to do something t o j end - President Dwight Eiscn- federal fields as conservation Ontonagon Briefs Miss Charlotte Brookins, Ce- Wis.. is visiting h e r said'parent?, Mr. and Mrs. A. B missile' Brookins ~' ( , t h c base episode was a turning i Booking family are Mrs Brook- point in Johnson's deliberations, ! ins ' P arpnts - Mr and Mrs. C.F. the end result also coincided 1 Kranke, Milwaukee. neatly with the President's pcr- : Mr and Mrs. Kenneth De sonal inclinations. Corte and daughter, Plymouth, Johnson has seemed anxious are visiting his brother in law to avoid, to the degree possible, and sister. Mr. and Mrs. E d ' service, 9; Sunday School, 10. In Britain, tobacco is about as nower was first U. S. president and on state or local projects easy to grow as tomatoes. Cur-' ever to travel under the sea in such as park improvement and The play will be presented! ing it for smoking is another j an atomic submarine. .highway taeautification. His father consulted a psy- ; Friday and Saturday at 8:30 matter. _ _ | • mUZ chiatrist at once, for we didn't! p.m. in the Alvord Theatre. With so many know what to do. j Featured in the series of skits ! Bowing Jobacco^in^their^back "This doctor suggested there; are "if Grant Had Been Drink-! is very little likelihood of a:j ng a t Appomatox," The Mac-j cure. So he recommended t h a t* D eth Murder Mystery" "The our son just lose himself in a Little Girl and the Wolf", a large city! ispoof on "Little Red Riding EWEN Firs'. Lutheran (LCA). The "But, Dr. Crane. I can't be-:jfood and "Word Dances" and have many, but none operating on a large scale. The law sees to that. 1 The amateur tobacco-curer , Rev J<-.hn Linna pastor Sunday i iieve our son is not worth sav- j where four couples toss humor- School, 9:45; worship service, 11. ing. j ous offhand remarks while Methodist. The Rev James "He is a sensitive and talent- , dancing .iilliaid, pastor Sunday eel boy, so what can we do?" Schoo.. 9:30; morning worship, HOMOSEXUAL PROGNOSIS Mrs. Barbara Franks, di- may cure a maximum of 25 pounds for each grower every 12 months. The grower and the cur- er usually use parcel post to get it there and back. 11 St. Mark's Episcopal. The ; rector of speech and dramatics i The grower can buy the seed, Thousands of young men land at Northland, is the company ' mail it, have it cured and deliv- Rcv' Charles Swinehart Jr pas- worneni are being washed out; director. This will be the fifth ered back to his house for about tor. Holy Communion and ser- of military service for t h i s presentaton by the professional 14 cents an ounce. On the corn- stock company during itsjmercial market, one ounce of For homosexuality often d e - second season. The group also , smoking tobacco retails for a same reason. any direct provocation of the mund Szaroletta, and family Communist camp. And. officials Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lahti, mon, n. said, he was reluctant to order a, Milwaukee, and Mrs. J o s e P h Melho Jfi""ThTRev Geo r e e vel °P s in colleges, prisons and presented "The Cat and the Ca- i little over SI. might have Warpechawsky, Green L a k c A «*ei mw. UIL^KLV. ^"^^ military service where y o u n g nary", "On Borrowed Time" , i The Rev. Hugh Cuthbertson, npnnlf* Mrp ic:nlatnH frnm tho nn_ "Annfio ^ifnmci" and l( T«V\oi.i Luciani, pastor. mobilization that might have Warpechawsky, Green Lake put the country on a semiwar Wis.. spent a few days visiting; £•-"-•""':; "— «• pe0 p le are isolated from the op- "Auntie Maine footing and made any peace friends in Ontonagon. st Peter & Paul Roman Oath Positesex. When their erotic, the Wind." t n 1L- c 11m 1 lit 1 t^-i nt n oit-v-i Ol* I ClUT & I CtUl IXUlIlall V'ctlll 1 , . , mm'r rtTffi,. ft ultimatc aim ~ Mrs ,?ohn Torvinen has re tic rhp Rev Norbcrt LaCosse desires demand romantic outlet.! — moie difficult. turned from Detroit where she. pastor Sund ay Mass 9; H o l y lf the opposite sex is not avail- visited relatives and friends ; Day MHSSeSi 6:30 p.m.; comes- able - tlien m any of them be- 'Inherit ! an Anglican vicar, started cur! ing tobacco as a hobby in 1943. one nf no mohilo One of the mobile thc% a ccon C d P Snmawd Sl -J?irS PW11 'P Cieszynski is a patient i sions Saturday. 4 to 5 p.m. American fightcr'bombers were at ., Mt farniel Nursing Home at KENTON listed by the Pentagon as shot Milwaukee. down by conventional antiair- . . craft fire during the 46-plane pating in a Little Theatre organ- j lce , 7-^0 p.m. attack. ization are invited to attend a; After weighing all factors in a mect'ng at the William Born 1 come paired with their own sex. This is a throwback to the ang" stage in which children Methodist. The Rev Jam e s n nc i themselves at tho HPP nf in Persons interested in partici- H illiard, pastor. Worship serv'to on Lake bnoie K o a a 12. Then they actually MAREXISCO their own kind and hoot at Community Presbyterian. The boy who shows fondness for a' solid week of conferences. John- cottage un L.UM ouuic ^ » a u. Rev wjnirred Lomas , minister, girl classmate, son limited his Viet Nam policy ° cate "' near tn . c nj °|! nson M ° lCl; Worship service, 11. But the vast majority of chil- actions — announced at a news tnls evening, at i.du. , Mcsii , ah Lutheran (Missouo ' dren move onward in their emo- confercnce Wednesday — to a The Ontonagon Township Li- Tne Rev Toivo Miettinen, pas- tional growth to the next stage doubling of the monthly draft brary will be closed from Aug.. tor . worship service, 10. which is called the heterosexual call to 35.000 men and quick 2-9. Tne librarian. Miss Flor- 1 Sl- Catherine's Roman Catho- Therein, they loop upon the increase of 50.000 in the size of ence Spellman, will be on vaca- |j c r | 1e Rev Samuel Bottom, opposite sex for romantic the American force in South tion. Villa st. Thomas, associa t e s.; stimulation. Viet Nam. pastor, with rechny Fath e r s, : so the adult homosexual has Johnson also said he would Ex-OntOnQOOn Woman 'Masses. 7:30 and 9 30. i simply stopped at a more juven- ask Congress this year for addi- • ci 'J > MASS He level of emotional develop- tional money to help finance UrOWHS in Morida ^ Sl> PaU |. s Lutheran (LCA). ment. expanded military commit- ONTONAGON — Mr. a n d The Rev. A. A. Lepisto, pastor. The solution requires will ments. Officials saicl the amount Mrs p au i Guzek and fa m i 1 y' Annual Parish Festival at Wino- power and firm resolution t o would run between SI billion were called to West P a 1 m na Church: Worship service, 10; grow up! and S2 billion. Beach. Fla., by the drowning of dinner, 12 noon; progam, 1:30. ^He said more troops would be their daughter, Mrs. Richard! PAYNESV1LLE Carsten, 28. <i ur Savior's Lutheran (LCA) Mrs. Carsten is the former Tne Rev Jonn Linna, pastor. Shirley Guzek and was gradu- Morning worship, 8; Sunday ated fmm the Ontonagon High school 9-30 SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. "B" & His Orchestra Fabulous DINNER MENU Dining Room Open Monday Thru Sat. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY big powderhorn mountain SUPPER CLUB Arailable for WEDDINGS .BANQUETS. PARTIES PHONE 932-4838 for Details. Reservations Bar Opens 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. CHAIR LIFT RIDES 1 to 8 p.m. Sundays "All I said was: . Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'll eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF AN EXCLUSIVE AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORY SHOP in DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD Parents and friends can n o more change a homosexual than they can change a chronic alco- In both bad habits, the victim must take stock of himself; j then firmly desire and resolve to break off with the past bad' habits and adopt better ones. A homosexual can change into a heterosexual personality if he will steadfastly date a member of the opposite sex ancl force himself to pay court to her. "If you go through the proper motions," is an axiom of psy- ents; two sisters^ Mrs. T o m , The" Rev~"Norbert"LaCosseV pas- etiology, "then you win begin to „ ., .. „, _i ^^ Sunday Masses, 7:30 and feel the corresponding e m o- 10:30; weekday Masses, 7:30; tions." School in 1955. Mrs Carsten had gone to the beach with her four children Bethel Lutheran (Missiouri) Friday morning and lost her The Rev. Clifford Brege, pastor life while attempting to rescue Worship service, 11. one of the children she believed ROCKLAXD to be in danger. sti p au i' S Methodist. The Rev George A. Luc 1 a n i, pas t o r. Surviving are her husband; her children. Carol, P e n n y , Morning Worsnip , 10: 30. Candy and Richard; her par- st lMary>s Roma n Catholic. 3 m -p^o R Johnson of Racine; Sharon at home: one brother, Tim, at home pnd her maternal grand- Holy Day MasseSi 7:30 a .m and A homosexual who thus acts mother. Mrs. Deliah Picotte of Ontonagon. **y*c Family Style Dinners M*AP 2.85 Adults— $1.30 Children Under 10 Serving Every Day Noon to 9 P.M. i\o\v Serving Delicious Breakfasts- Griddle Cakes, Bratwurst, Fried Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Syrup, Donuts & Sweet Rolls. Milk & Coffee, Scrambled Eggs on Fri. Adults 1.50, Children under 10— 75c. CAMP STYLE CHICKEN Served Every Day (Except Fri. & Sat.) Plus Two Meats Served Each Meal SUN. — Sirloin of Beef au jus MON. — Baked Ham, Potato Pancakes, "Jack Baked Beans" TUES. — Sirloin of Beef au jus WED. — Sirloin of Beef and Pan Gravy THURS. — Logging Camp Beef Rst., Potato Pancakes FRI. — Sirloin of Beef. Walleyed Pike Fillets Potato Pancakes SAT. — "Camp" Turkey, Dressing, Sirloin of Beef U.S. Hwy. SI Between Minocqua and Woodruff 7:30 p.m.; confessions Saturday, the role of a normally mature, 7 to 8 p.m. heterosexual person, will soon SAXON begin to feel the emotions of the ._ "_ ... _. heterosexual. Saxon-Gurney Community. The ., t , Rev. Nathan L. Daynard, mm- , ,, t anothe Y axiom "a n a ister. Summer schedule: Worship ]£,„ ^u inle the waTvou ac"" seivice, 10.du. ^ Sometimes an abnormal fear SIUNAW of venereal infection or prcg- ISlethodist The Rev. Jam e s nancy or a fixation of his moth- Hilliard, pastor. Sunday School, er, may prevent a young man 10:30; worship service, 6. i WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST- CLOSEOUT 1965 FORDS TOPAZ St. Paul's Lutheran souri) The Rev pastor. Sunday School, worship service, 12 noon, Holy Communion. TROUT CREEK Assembly of God The Rev. A. Lepisto, pastor. Annual Parish (Mis- , Festival at Winona Church: David Musall, | Services, 10; dinner, 12 noon; 10:45; progam, 1:30. WINCHESTER St. William's Catholic IV! i s- sion. The Rev. W A. Torkild- son pastor. Masses 9:45 and 11. with To Treat the Whole Family this Sunday... Bring them to the BIG WHEEL FOR A LOVELY DINNER! Try our Sunday Specialties: Turkey, Beef, | or a Ham Dinner. The treat will be long remembered; especially by Mom . . . Come in soon for true dining pleasure. . At our modest prices. NOON LUNCHEONS DAILY Donald L. Meece, pastor. Sun- Confessions before Mass. day School, 10; morning wor- , ship, 11; Young People's meet- ! ing, 6:30; evening worship, 7:30 ' Presbyterian. The Rev Arthur DeVries, minister. Sunday School, 9; worship service, 10 Trinity Lutheran (LCA) The! Rev. John Linna, pastor Wor- 1 ship service, 9:30; Sunday School, 10:45. WAINOLA U'INONA * ' '_ L "t hertau 'LCA. The Rev A ^ Lepisto, pastor Annual Parish Festival: Service, 10, dinner, 12 noon; Program, 1:30. WOODSPUR Lutheran (LCA). The Rev. A. Enjoy the Delicious Variety Ic Zeit of Our NEW SALAD BAR Chef Charlie Robbins "Plan now to your friends at Big Wheel" OPEN at H a.m. Daily The BIG WHEEL Located off Higways U.S. 2 & M-28 on the Shores of Beautiful Sunday Lake Lutheran (LCAi The Rev. A.! program, 1:30. A. Lepisto, pastor. Annual Parish Festival at Winona Church; Services, 10; dinner, 12 noon; O BLUE OX INN Family Style Meals 2.S5 Adults—Children Under 10—1.30 Serving Kvc-ry Day—.NOON to P,:30 P.M. Now Serving Delicious Breakfasts Giitldlo CiiUcs, Bratwurst. Fried PotHtnes Apple Sauce. Syrup, Donuts and Beverage Adults 1.50—children under 10—Tic Plate Lunches Noon to 3:30 Daily Ex. Sunday Oven Fried Chicken served every day (Except Friday and Saturday) Two Meats Served Each Meal Sun.—Roast Sirloin of Beef—Pan Gravy Mon.—Logging Camp Beef Roast, Whipped Potatoes Tues.—Baked Ham & Baked Beans, Potato Pancakes. Applesauce Wed.—Hoast Sirloin of Beef au Jus Thurs.—Hoast Sirloin ot Beef au jus—Potato Pancakes Fri.—Fish of the Day, Logging Camp Beef Roast Potato Pancakes, Applesauce Sat.—Roast Turkey with all trimmings, and Roast Sirloin of Beef au jus U.S. 45 N. of Eagle River at Pleasure Island */> FORDS MERCURYS COMETS MUSTANGS PICKUPS During This Sales Event! You Can Buy a Car for Less at BESSEMER AUTO CO. U. S. 2 Bessemer Phone 667-5171 .WE SELL THE MOST BECAUSE WE GIVE THE MOST.

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