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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAbt Counsellors Are Important To Students By David Nydick L'PI Education Specialist Parents and students should work closely with the high school guidance counsellor The counsellor uses many tools in his work The most im- portant is his knowledge of the individual He has the student's school records at his disposal, talks with teachers and inter- views parents He works close- ly with the psychologist, health department, teachers, and ad- ministration He uses tests which give clues to the stu- dent's intelligence, achievement personality, and interests A guidance office must keep in constant touch with the col- leges, trade and business schools industry and government This aspect of guidance is called vo- cational in that it is helping the student choose the kind of work he wants to do As you can re ahze many important decisions regarding the future must be made by the high school stu- dent The counsellor also assists students with personal prob- lems The teen-ager is constant- ly facing difficult social situa- tions He is learning to adjust to his peers and adults He needs someone who will listen to him with a ear The total guidance program falls into two major categories, formal and informal The for- mal part of the program m- regular individual group sessions The subject matter generalh is planned but is ad- justed to the needs of the indi or group A vanet> of jobs are surveyed as to qualifi- cations procedures for prepar- ing for them etc Discussions are held concerning study ha- bits job seeking mteniew techniques applying to colleges and trade schools A great deal of indnidual guidance also is involved Prob- lems which are peculiar to each individual are handled on a per- sonal basis The informal guidance pro- gram also is important This is the tjpe of guidance that is built on the relationships be tween teachers and students It goes on contmuouslv It occurs time a teacher talks to a student about behavior or ad vises him on methods of mg Guidance is an important part of the high school program It should be supported and encour- aged bv parents TODAY'S GARDEN-GRAPH U Fkttnt Offtw VARIEGATED WAX PLAMT CARSOSA ONLY IT BV TOUCHING ALCOH FINGERARAUA Body of Fruitport Man Found in His Auto FRUITPORT. Mich (UPI) The body of a Fruitport Town- ship father of five was found Thuisday in his car which Muskegon County officials said apparently ran off Kline Road near here into a field The victim was identified as Howard Sheriff, 29, a gas station operator in the township Deputies said it was not known whether the mishap occurred Thursday morning or the pre- vious night A fire started under the car hood but the body was not burned The car was cold when the body was discovered No. 1 Enemy of House Plants By EDNA HAUIDAY IHstrtbwted by Central Press Association UNFORTUNATELY our house plants are frequently at- tacked by insect pests If you have a magnifying glass, use it bo examine the stems, new foliage and especial- ly the undersides of the leaves of your house plants You may be amazed at the infestation of insects. I believe the hardest to con- trol, and the most persistent, are Uie mealy bugs They crip- ple plants by puncturing plant cells and sucking the juices which are vital to the health and growth of the plant. They usually appear in the crotches of young branches, and on the tender shoots and undersides of leaves They seem to prefer fleshy stemmed plants. As soon as they are ered on a plant, segregate it from other plants to prevent its spreading over to them As shown in the accompany- ing Garden-Graph, they are apt to start in the crotches of the variegated wax plant, then on to the backs of the leaves On the finger araha they start where the leaf joins the stem They are also fond of coieus, African violet, sultana, begonia and ivy. As shown, destroy the mealy bugs by touching each cottony mass with a toothpick wrapped with cotton, or a Q-tip, dipped in alcohol After a week repeat the treatment. Plants too badly infected by disease of any kind are best discarded. Gets Life Term, Thanks Judge DETROIT (UPI; Herbert Douglas, 27, thanked the judge Thursday after being sentenced to life in pr'son for a rob- bery and murder Recorder s Judge Frank G Schemanske sentenced Douglas who afterwards told the jurist "Thank you very much for a fair trial and I appreciate your patience Police said Douglas killed Leon Tomasko 44, and his brother-in-law Thaddeus Nowak, 35 during a robbery at a con- fectionan store owned by To- masko The robberv slaving netted Douglas onh police said He was tried onh for the slajmg of Tomasko A jurj found him guilty of murder 7 Facts From The Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday, Nov ?2, the 326th day of 1963 with 39 to follow The moon is approaching its first quarter The evening stars are Jupiter Saturn and Venus On this day in history In 1775, the American Con- tinental Naval Fleet was active- ly organized under the com- mand of Ezek Hopkins, a for- mer New England sea captain In 1935. the "China Clipper" left San Francisco for the first official transpacific airmail flight from that city In 1954, the Council of Minis- ters of the European Coal and Steel Community approved a draft of a treaty for closer co- operation between the commu- nity and Great Britain In 1960, the tJ S Navy's most powerful atomic submarine, the Ethan Allen, was launched at Groton, Conn A thought for the ican philosopher, statesman and inventor, Benjamin Franklin, said "Experience keeps a dear school but fools will learn in no other way Open Freeway Section LANSING (UPI) Michigan will have more than miles of freeway in use when a 33-' mile stretch of Interstate 94 is opened to the public next Wed- nesday 1963 King Features. Syndicate. lac.) THE FRANKLIN LIFE INSURED SAVINGS AND PROTECTION The Franklin Insured Savings Specials The President's Plan and the six year Guaranteed Life Annuity helps you be your own rich uncle! Let us show you our lates' Mothers Plan1 We have given Fianklm Service in this community ior 59 years let us serve you! 194 River Ave 2nd floor Ph EX 4-4753 W J Olive General Agent Thomas De Gen Ben] Lemmen Agent Nelson Warren Herbert I. Maatman Stolen Auto Still Puzzle L4NSING Police today fitted another piece to the puzzle surrounding a missing ex convict and a stolen car found in a lane here 10 with the arrest of Charles F Hoffman The abandoned car with a bullet hole in the front window- and blood on the front floor board was dm en to the seclud- ed lane Hoffman State Pobce Capt James MacDonald said The car which was stolen from a Jackson used car lot was linked to a Jackson prison parolee Marion Bodo but police were unable to locate him Hoffman a close associate of Bodo admitted Thursday that he the car into the lane but he couldn t or wouldn t furnish State Police detectnes an> additional information on Bodo s after 7 MacDonald said i He said he has no idea how the blood got on the floor but said it was there when he drove the car into the lane Mac- Donald said Hoffman admitted that he and Bodo had stolen the car from the Jackson used car dealer He declined to tell the exact loca- tion of a garage where he and Bodo repainted the car Hoffman 33 told police the name of another man whose identit} the police did not dis- close who supposedh told Hoff man of the blood on the floor of the car Hoffman said he and the rniss mg Bodo had sold several tele- vision sets at "bargain prices to persons the} met in Lansing bars He said the sets had been stolen from various locations most of them out of state GOP Officials Will Attend Meet LANSING (UPD-Fne Michi gan Republican officials left Thursdav to participate in a midwestern regional con- ference m St Louis Mo State Chairman Arthur G Elliott Jr headed the delega- tion to the contention He was accompanied national committeeman both of Grand Rapids Ilmar Heinrau director of the nationality duision and Jem Roe director of outstate field operations Mrs Elh M Peterson state chairman who recenth was a national post in women s activities also was to be on hand Mrs Peterson of Charlotte will take Jan 1 as assistant chairman of the na tional committee The midwest conference was designed to coordinate organ- ized efforts in the states for the 1964 election Elliott said ONE WEEK ONLY 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL CHRISTMAS CARDS Thousands to Choose From. 72 East 8th St Phone 396-4070 Open Daily 10AM to 5-00 P M 7 P.M -9PM. 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