THE BENZIE COUNTY PATRIOT. Frankfort. Michigan and skin contact with t h e pure, un- a cold, windy day a n d caught cory-
PAGE 6 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 diluted chemicals. za. This developed into pneumonia U. M. Professor Claims Community
The ultra low-volume spraying and he died a month later.
M cMgan State Develops Method of equipment will cost $1,500 to Coryza is what keeps handker-
$2,000 as compared to $7,000 t o ' chief makers and tissue manufac-
Colleges Are "Middle group" answer
ANN ARBOR — The f r u s t r a t i o n
$10,000 for present speed sprayers, j
t u r e r s in business. It is popularly of being denied admission to col- analyzed in over 200 d e p a r t m e n t s
U h a Low-Volume Farm Spraying And ultra low-volume spraying is
m o r e effective. "The smaller spray known as t h e common head cold.
lege and at the same t i m e being at the 29 hospitals. T h e examina-
A new concept of pest control, of insecticides," said Howitt. ill-prepared to enter the world of tion has t u r n e d the spotlight on
particles in this type of s y s t e m '
work is one which thousands of areas where cost savings can be
ultra low-volume ground spraying,! The spray material used in Hsw- have less gravity and stay on t h e S p r a y Is Answer "middle level" high school grad- achieved," Skinner said. " T h e close
has been developed by a Michigan itt method can be either an tree longer, coming in contact with j
St lie University entoip legist
emulsifiable concentrate or a tech- more leaves," said Howitt. "Two T o E l m Disease u a t e s are experiencing today," says scrutiny of hospital d e p a r t m e n t s
nical liquid such as mal'ithion low applications with ultra low-volume N o r m a n C. Harris, University of has found many examples of out-
iv v. i;i! I hod moans spr; \olume coia- -n*rat". This insecti- has given better control than five Sick elm trees, infected with Michigan professors of technical standing jobs being done. Good ex-
4 ounces of aciiwl un- ide can be us"d without additives. dilute sprayings." Dutch elm disease, have prompted education. amples are pointed to as models,
-I HK.I1 j v r a«: •. And it !.» panicles
• ar • broken up to many property owners to invest in "In many states these youths for other hospitals to follow."
; the job more quickly ibout one-fifth tho size of either Also, the smaller particles and t r e a t m e n t s of dubious value, ac- have no resources but to remain
In less equipment costs. •ntrate or dilute spray drop- g r e a t e r precision of application cording to the Michigan Depart- unemployed, join the armed forces,
entomologist A. J. Howitt | C ( S< eliminate the plant damage which ment of Agriculture. As yet, t h e O f f e r Advice
oped the method for spraying could occur with concentrate. "We only recommended control is or gradually infiltrate t h e labor O n Lifting
trees but it can be used ef- 'Mr* ultra 1 w volume spraying
can be precise to a millimeter us- spraying to kill elm bark beetles f o r c e through part-time, pickup
techniqu * is not new. It began in jobs," says Harris.
• lv fur many oth r crops. ing ultra low-volume, while a that spread the infection, along He points out that in many Mich You give a lift to lots of things
with destruction of diseased and
i.m's can do their own 'Wil v • * ' h e introduction of the grower may vary 50 to 100 gallons ,igan communities, however, such every day—brief cases, suitcases,
• 1 i! one q u a r t e r .f the time British ;• onair rotary atomizer. using dilute." The low-volume ap- youth have a much m o r e accept- shopping bags, books. Mr. and Mrs. C h r i s Gabrielsen of
it v with conventional dilute Hut unt ! now, the method had plication lasts three to four times
M Desperate elm owners, in last-
able alternative—further education Before that too-heavy bundle Frankfort a n n o u n c e t h e engage-
applical • i i been confined to aerial use. "The longer than concentrate or dilute ditch a t t e m p t s to save valuable lifts you off your feet and puts ment of their d a u g h t e r , Emily
X roblcm l n at t h e local community college.
i','nory"'f,>r Sur!r'low vol- P °< ™ ™ S oat 4 ounces because water tends to break down trees, have tried many short cuts.
th ;f insecticide with a plane travel Some of this 'middle group' may you flat on your back, be sure that Christine, to Mr. Donald Stachnik,
ume application is one eighth as ing 90 miles p e r hour presents few- t h e chemical when the latter me- Epsom salts and lime were used eventually move on to a four-year you can handle it. sen of Mrs. William Dafoe and
expensive as machinery for con- thods are used. Furthermore, pure by some tree owners. One treat-
college and a baccalureate degree. A new leaflet f r o m the Amer- Mr. Donald Stachnik. T h e wedding
er difficulties than ground equip-
ventional dilute spraying. insecticide evaporates more slowly ment which received wide publici- But most of them a r e best suited ican Medical Association lists some is planned for March 5th.
ment traveling 2.5 miles per hour" ty during 1965 was injection of a
" F u r t h e r m o r e , ultra low-volume than concentrate or dilute so there basic rules that apply to lifting all
is more effective than dilute spray-
said Howitt. "But there's always chemical into the tree itself. Used to community college occupational
is less wastage in ultra low-volume education programs. objects— side.
ing and lasts longer" Howitt added the problem of drift when aerial spraying. This means that costs of this way, the compound—called a 'Tuition is low at Michigan's Stand close to the object, f e e t Two suitcases a r e b e t t e r than
that conventional dilute spraying application is used. The drift low- systematic insecticide—was sup-
chemicals are one half that of di- posed to have entered the t r e e ' s community colleges, most high flat on the floor, about 12 inches one, because equally balanced
requires 400 gallons of water per ers the accuracy of the applica- lute applications.
acre and that both the w a t e r and tion." circulatory system and poisoned School graduates a r e acceptable apart. burdens put less strain on your
the disease carriers. f o r entrance, and community col- Keeping the spine straight, bend spine.
time needed to apply can be costly With these problems. Howitt
to the grower. figures that ground spraying is the
" C o r y z a " Is Most Some sort of systemic treatment leges are rapidly increasing in
the knees and grasp t h e object.
Lift by straightening your legs.
Lifting a box f r o m t h e closet
Concentrate spraying uses less only practical approach to controll- C o m m o n Disease does have promise, tree experts ad- n u m b e r s so that soon the youth of Do not pull upward with your arms shelf can tip you off your tiptoes.
wat r. but growers still need the ing insects in certain crops. "Fruit mit. But research has not yet taken most areas of the state will have and back. To maintain y o u r balance, place
ready access to post-high school oc- one foot forward. Reach for the
expel) ve equipment. Con orchards, for example, have to be i If your nose is s t u f f y and you the " b u g s " out of such t r e a t m e n t s cupational education," H a r r i s says. Face the direction in which you box with your weight on the for-
iving also tends to controlled f r o m the ground be- have difficulty breathing, chances for bugs. Expanded research in he
use of systemics is planned in H e sites three troublesome fac- plan to carry the object. Its weight ward foot; as t h e box comes for-
damage the plants more than di- cause mites and aphids are on the a r e you're suffering f r o m one of
underside ef t h e leaves and would t h e most widespread and prevalent 1966. tors in this otherwise favorable will pull you in the right direction. ward, gradually s h i f t t h e weight to
lute spraying. To get off the ground with a
The ultra low-volume method not be easily reached with aerial of all diseases—coryza. So, concur experts of both t h e picture: the back foot. K e e p i n g your back
1) Most of these youth have lit- brief case or a suitcase t h a t is straight and in l i n e with your hips
uses no water, thus eliminating the applications," said Howitt. He not- | Chilling and overheating make a Michigan Department of Agricul-
tle if any real u n d e r s t a n d i n g of chockful and heavy—
need for the 500-gallnn tank and ed that ultra low-volume ground ,'person particularly susceptible to ture's Plant Industry Division and Stand beside the suitcase, move
prevents a backwards fall or a
the career opportunities available
the Iar;:e p u m p required for dilute spraying equipment will be avail- i coryza, which is why it is so preva- the Department of Entomology a t the upper body slightly forward
sprain f r o m arching.
and concentrate spraying. "Even able commercially within the next lent at this time of the year. Michigan State Universiy, t r e e to t h e m in the semi-professional Lifting requires 32 times the
and bend the knees.
the small garden s p r a j e r we used two years. The tractors will be lqvers had best stick with t h e and technical occupations:
T h e r e is no known cure. 2) Most of these youth are not Straighten the knees and lift the energy of pushing. Relax and push,
to test this method was large fitted with air-conditioned and air- Although it is relatively minor, tried-and-true spray treatment.
suitcase gradually. If possible. K e e p your spine
enough to carry a full day's supply filtered cabs to prevent inhalation coryza causes an annual loss of When a b e t t e r elm-saver is found, adequately prepared to enroll in Shift the weight slightly t o t h e straight and your hips low. Push
more than $5 billion each year in they promise to advise the public. and succeed with college-level t h e object from its c e n t e r weight.
technical studies; side opposite your suitcase. Keep
t h e United States in t e r m s of time
lost from work, wages lost, and the CARD OF THANKS 3) Many youth (perhaps a third weight centered over your f e e t — FOR SALE — Lionel train set
eost of treating the disease and its of t h e graduates of Michigan high don't bend at the waist. Raising Large t r a n s f o r m e r . 8' x 4' table
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Persons of all ages are suscept- all of t h e i r kindnesses during t h e riculum with a C average or less, As you walk, keep the case close
PRESCRIPTIONS - DIABETIC SUPPLIES - VITAMINS ible to coryza, according to World time Mrs. Wilson was in the hospi
still think of themselves as bacca- to you and maintain body align- For the fastest, c h e a p e s t salesman
Book Encvclpedia, but preschool tal. Your cards, letters, etc. w e r e
laureate degree aspirants. With ment. Don't slide your hips to the you can hire try a Patriot Want ad
MANY PEOPLE youngsters seem to be most sus- ! greatly appreciated. We also wish
TRUST US WITH THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS ceptible. More than 30 million ill- to thank t h e Women's Fellowship t h e i r parents as willing accom
nesses each year in America pre- of the Congregational Church f o r plices, they insist on enrolling in
MAY WE COMPOUND YOURS?
school youngsters are caused by the basket, the Eastern Star Chap- University-parallel c u r r i c u l u m s in
coryza. t e r f o r t h e basket and cards, t h e community colleges even w h e n all
t h e facts (high school grades,
William Henry Harrison, ninth nursing staff and dietary staff of standardized test scores) indicate
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR
D I D R I C K S O N DRUG S T O R E ' p r e s i d e n t of the United States, de- ,the hospital and Dr. Kamp.
that an associate d e g r e e objective
lievered his inaugural address on I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson WATCH OUR WINDOWS
would be a far wiser choice.
H a r r i s points out t h a t sociologi-
cal pressures—lack of i n t e r e s t in
SHOPPING'S A PLEASURE HERE non-professional jobs and in less-
than-baccalaureate d e g r e e educa
tional programs — are in some
ways at loggerheads with technol-
Klear W a x
"Community college occupation-
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CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLE,
t r a p p e d in the middle of
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lO'/a oz. wt. 'squeeze play' between the se two
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escape from the t r a p will involve
with $5 or m o r e purchase
12-oz. wt. two m a j o r moves:
WHEATIES 1 Widespread dissemination of
Your Choice - PKG. information about middle manpow-
e r job opportunities—the working
conditions and the salary or wage
income — to young people and
t h e i r parents, and
2. Re structuring of t h e high
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vices so that it becomes possible
CATSUP f o r the student to see that t h e r e
4 pint btl. with $5 order a r e other concepts of community
2 - 200 ct. boxes with
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3 - 1 lb. cans
college education and t r a i n i n g
t h a n the traditional baccalaureate
d e g r e e programs.
Gambles George and Mary Beyette
$5 or more purchase
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B E A N S with Inflation Trend
GROUND BEEF $1 " T h e general hospitals in south-
western Michigan a r e doing a good
job of facing up to creeping infla
M E A T PIES
4 1 lb. cans
2 - 15Vi ox. wt.
tion,' according to Charles G. Skin
ner, administrator, W. A. Foote
Memorial Hospital, Jackson
"Twenty-nine hospitals a r e intro-
ducing changes in p r o c e d u r e s and
MARGARINE systems that will result in a sav-
1 lb. 29f
with $5 order
6 % ox. wt. pkg.
ings for 1966 of a q u a r t e r million
dollars." Skinner asserts.
These 29 hospitals a r e in t h e
midst of a joint v e n t u r e to control
PUDDINGS 10* hu&pital costs known as the Mich
igan Plan for Hospital Manage-
SAVE HOLDENS o r MERCHANT STAMPS
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ment. The plan is a combined en
gineering and educational p r o g r a m
to spread the use of m a n a g e m e n t
engineering techniques in hospital
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operation. W. K. Kellogg Founda
tion. Battle Creek, s u p p o r t s t h e and
CHOICE - SIRLOIN plan with a grant of $96,796.
"In times when inflationary
B R A C H ' S TENDERS pressures a r e causing steel and
3 lbs. or less lb. 9Sf o t h e r basic industries t o hike pric-
es, we believe that the hospitals
Chccolate Stars and Bridge Mi*
lb. 89c H e r r u d ' s Assorted engaged in this joint cost reduc-
whole tion program are on t h e right
1 lb. bag
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track. Hospitals are a m a j o r econ
omic force in Michigan. We believe
t h e example these hospitals a r e
2 " & 3" H E S
BANANAS setting with their m a n a g e m e n t
One Pair $6.77
SCOT plan is one which industry should
DOG C H O W TOWELS 3 lbs. $1.29 lb. 10f follow." Skinner stated.
25 lb. bag 200-&he«t Big Roll Hospitals have long been crit-
MICHIGAN California • I t icized for rising costs, o f t e n t h e
B r e a k f a s t Rolls
ORANGES result of new techniques f o r c u r i n g
t h e ill and injured Now hospitals
a r e leading the way in seeking cost
reductions. Skinner said.
Two Pair 10.77
T h e Michigan Plan f o r Hospital
9 ox. wt.
Management is sponsored by t h e
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t h e Southwestern District Hospital
All Other Wilier Dress Flits
Council. First tried e x p e r i m e n t a l l y
in southwestern Michigan, t h e plan
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is now being extended to o t h e r hos-
pitals in the state.
T h e Michigan Plan f o r Hospital
Management was started in April,
1965. to help hospitals halt o r slow
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down the increase in t h e i r costs,
and to help control the quality of
hospital services. Consultants w
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F r a n k f o r t , Michigan "So f a r procedures have beea