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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - July 29, 1960, Titusville, Pennsylvania PAGE EIGHT FRIDAY JULT S9 M60 Michigans Upper PeninsulaHiawathas Scenic Land Opened Up by Mighty Bridge By EDWARD COLLIER I Mighty Mac a bridge is i the new hero of Hiawatha land Michigans fast growing Upper Peninsula vacation target Here are historic trading posts ex panses of unbroken forests teem ing with game golden waterfalls and troutfilled streams the fas cinating Soo Locks and Mar quettes iron country Plotting out auto tours of this j country so that theywont re trace their steps is as much fun for the people of the Midwest and transcontinental travelers as plan ning Magic trips around areas of your own state that youve never explored For years the Upper Peninsula was the mother states stepchild separated by choppy windwhip ped Mackinac Straits and acces sible by ferry only Ancient Chip pewa legend called for joining the upper and lower peninsula with a huge tree The white mans fivemile engineering miracle of steel and concrete finished in 1957 at a cost of nearly million is heralded as the longest sus pension bridge on earth We started our Magic Circle jaunt by driving north from De troit over Lake Hurons scenic shore highway US Mighty Mac provides a double thrill first as you approach the graceful beauty of the great span arched in the center to allow the passage of ships which have plied the treacherous blueblack waters since explorer Jean Nicolets voy age of 1634 when he was seeking a northwest passage to China The next sensation comes as you be gin the bridge crossing 200 feet above the procession of ships with a view of emerald isles out lined by white limestone cliffs distant town spires and smoke trails of modern freighters Marquette Shrine The port city of St Ignace rests or a hillside sloping down to busy lake shore docks We made our first stop at the little park which honors Jesuit Father Jacques Marquette who established a mis sion for the Indians near this spot in 1671 His grave is marked by a simple crosscrowned monu ment with pink petunias growing at the base A tepeelike shrine with a statue and tranquil foun tain is nearby as is the small museum displaying pioneerday articles shapeless deerskin shoe pacs handsome wooden ice skates and an Indian baby carrier Historic Mackinac Island serv ed by frequent ferries theres a large free parking lot at the has been a resort magnet for well over a century Here Old Dobbin rules supreme and the only engine sound to be heard is that of power lawn mowers Frin ged horsedrawn carriages greet incoming passengers offering is land tours which include the 1887 white flagdecked Grand Hotel with its incredible 880foot porch the natural limestoneetched won ders of Arch Rock Skull Cave and Sugar Loaf Some visitors choose to see the sightsfrom bi cycles others walk to nearby in terest points History whispers on Market Street once hub of the Astor fur empire where the old buildings now house the trading post and Beaumont Mseum the latter dedi cated to the army surgeon who made medical history when he saved the life of a seriously wounded Indian Here also is the venerable Biddle House the is lands oldest residence A long ramp leads to Fort Mackinac built by the British in 1780 Sever al of the original buildings are a favorite subject for photographs is North Block House which displays lifesize manne quins in costume depicting the Americans surprised discovery in 1812 that the enemy had landed on the by over turned chairs and an interrupted card game and their subse 4 Jv b Michigans upper peninsula vacationland is now easily accessible to motorists via the fivemile Mackinac Bridge Highlights of the Magic Circle trip include St Ignace where Marquette estab lished a mission for the Indians in 1671 historic Mackinac Island resort magnet where only horsedrawn carriages are allowed the Old Indi an Burial the twin cities of Sault Ste Marie and the fascinating Soo Locks the goldencol ored Tahquamenon Falls Newbefry where the bears come to feast each night at the city dump Munising which has waterfalls within the city and nearby the colorful Pictured Rocks Mar quette with its great ore docks and Presque Isle Park south through apple and potato country and Palms Brook State Park near Manistique where a raft takes you out into the big spring to see the surging waters quent surrender to the British After the return ferryboat ride the route north US 2 is past Castle Rock a lookout for the Ojibway tribe and todays vantage point for a magnificent panora mic view of the Mackinac Straits and by the Old Indian Burial ad mission where 52 skeletons in jumbled display were discovered in a single grave believed to be a remnant of the Ottawa tribes Festival of the Dead some 300 years ago Top Attraction Top attraction of Sault Ste Ma rie is the Soo Locks an elder link in the St Lawrence Seaway which they will tell you carries more ship tonnage than Suez Pan ama and Kiel combined The U S Army Corps of Engineers thoughtfully have provided ob servation platforms where specta tors may almost reach out and touch vessels loaded with ore wheat or coal There is much friendly exchange of greetings be tween crew members and the gay everpresent crowds of lock A miniature replica of Soo Vil lage of 100 years ago is on display at Welchs Dock A vessel is shown being moved over land on the greased a months long operation using mules and oxen which today is accomplished in 14 minutes Else where in town among buildings that still remain from that era are the restored 1793 home of John Johnston pioneer fur trader who married a Chippewa princess and the faded yellow Schoolcraft house of random dormers once the Indian Agency Canadas Sault Ste Marie twice the size of its Michigan sister city and gateway to the beautiful Algoma country celebrates each July with Scottish pageantry at the annual Highland Games Pipe band competition country danc ing and a colorful tattoo program are featured The Magic Circle turns west Michigan 82 and through Mar quette National Forest where log pyramids of maple and yellow birch used for veneers and floor ing are a frequent sight Para dise to the north Michigan 123 is just that for fishermen and hunters and lodges on the shore of twinkling blue Lake Superior may be glimpsed through trees Thousands annually make this halfcircle tourgor a view of spectacular golcftolored falls of the Upper andLower Tahquame non Most are surprised to find that it is not mountainous country The motorist can be tempted to press too hard on the accelerator and miss the of tum bling streams inland lakes and parklike forests carpeted with fern and wildflowers Both falls may be reached by car and a short walk along wide welltend ed trails The lower series of rap ids occur when the river is island divided the upper is a golden Niagara crashing over a 40foot precipice into a caldron of foam An alternate trail leads to its very brink where those who like a closeup may reach out and touch The curious color which appears yellow darkening to maroon is caused by vegetable matter Bear Banquet Newberry has been an impor tant sawmill center for years lettuce and celery thrive in its tillable fields Townspeople are somewhat embarrassed that their garbage dump has become a tour ist attraction each evening bears gather to forage for tasty mor sels and hundreds of visitors come to watch and photograph Munising once the seat of the Ojibway nation is a wonderland of waterfalls and there are sev eral within the city limits Here its as much a mark of distinction to own a falls as it is elsewhere to have a house on the ocean or lake front Pictured Rocks northeast of the city is a sidetrip must Nature has doubled multicolors on the towering limestone cliffs planted evergreens on top like a wig and etched out caves many of which appear as dark evil faces A vantage point is the spectacular Miners Castle which has a cross carved in its face and is believed to be the spot where Father Marquette preached to the Indians This country used as a setting for Henry Wadsworth Longfel lows famous poem is called Hia wathaland The road westward follows Lake Superiors shining big sea water whose broad ex panse is streaked with dark blues and greens Its sandy beaches are strewn with driftwood used for gay evening bonfires Photogenic Marquette Iron ore docks stretch far out into the lake to dominate the townscape at Marquette One of them built up on trestles passes over the business section the lines of cars shaped like gravy boats heaped withdark red ore Large freights anchored below receive their cargo which is re leased through chutes the load ing accompanied by a mighty roar Presque Isle City Park of fers an excellent dock view as well as a breakwater hike to the lighthouse White sea gulls rest on black lava rocks on the shore the delight of children there is a deer enclosure in a nat ural setting Other civic attractions are the County Historial Society Mu seums pioneer logging day arti cles such as an elaborately de corated 1869 coal stove with a teakettle platform at the rear a bustle Northern Michigan College whose handsome buildings are made of rosecolored sandstone once mined in the area the beau tiful sunken gardens copied from a famous Italian counterpart planted and maintained by the in mates of the state prison Forests give way to rich farm land as you curve south US where apple orchards and potato fields bound the highway Mounds of rolled snowfence are a remin der that this north country wears a different face when skiers take over in winter Yachts swarm like bees at Little Bay de Noc where boat racing is the favorite sum mer sport To the delight of fishermen and campers the area east US 2 around Manistique has 320 lakes not counting the little ones First time visitors stop to see Kitchiti kiki the big spring in Palms Book State Park Called the Mir ror of Heaven the surface re flects the blue of the sky and the green of the trees which fringe the shore line There is a raft from which you can look down into the depths at sand billowing from the waters that constantly Let Children Get Mad Resentment Is Normal By DOROTHY V WHIPPLE AP Newsfeatures The bell gongs through the street Laura looks up from her blocks Ice cream she says expect antly She jumps upand runs to the door No says mother lits al most supper time ro ice cream this afternoon The tears well up in Lauras eyes I want ice crtam now No dearie not today Laura stamps her foot Youre bad Youre a bad mommy I hate you I know it makes you feel mad at mommy I know you would like the ice cream and it makes you angry when I must say no Life is fuJl of frustrations for little folk No one can grow up and have every single wish grant ed Part of growing up is learn ing how to cope with frustration Frustration brings anger bit terness resentment This is natu ral and normal It is normal for a little child to be angry when he cannot have when he wants right now But so often we teach a little fellow to deny his anger especially anger toward parents Parents have to stand as au thority Parents not only give love and comfort to a child but they must also deny him or some times enforce what the child doesnt want This is part of the job of parenthood But when a child shows his normal resentment against au thority often the parent is shock ed and scolds the child Before long the child learns its safer to hold in the anger When he does express it he is made to feel guil ty and bad for doing so and this in turn builds up more anger When anger is hidden inside it accumulates it grows bigger and bigger and may spill over into anger against all restraint anger against all people Its healthier for the child to be helped to express anger and bitterness Let him know you un derstand how he feels that you dont blame him for feeling bit ter that he cannot have ice cream If he gets his anger expressed without being made to feel guilty about it its over and done with and doesnt build up inside to add fuel to the next episode A child who is abole to express his normal anger is free to love Stored up anger poisons love expressed anger leaves love free to be felt and expressed too Understanding of feelings but control of is a far healthier plan than denial of a natural normal emotion Under standing and control will give Laura the security she needs to build up her own self control and not interfere with her ability to love Office of Rep Fulton Is World of Its Own WASHINGTON Cap itol Hill office of Rep James G Fulton RPa is a world of its own Fulton is off to the Republican National Convention at Chicago as a Pennsylvania delegate but the office reflects his spirit and way of doing things Actually the suite of rooms in the Old House Office Building looks more like an art gallery and museum than a congressmans of fice On the walls are Fultons prized autographed photographs of Presi dent Eisenhower and Britains for mer Prime Minister Winston that could be found in some other ofices here also But the really distinctive note 3s lent by the large oil portraits of 17th and 18th century English gentlemen which line the walls everywhere They were collected by Fulton and his father before him Fulton says his inner office which is chockful of this type of decoration is a place where he can go for peace and tranquility Just across the street are the old trees lining the walks of the Capitol through the window to the corner can be seen thfr hulking Library of Congress building Automobiles stream by on busy Independence Avenue but inside Fultons office all is calm Fulton tells the story of how he was asked by a visitor Who are all those crazy people staring down at you Which one in particular Ful ton asked Well how about that one said the guest pointing at one of the antiquated paintings That happens to be an ancestor of mine on my mothers side said Fulton His guest had nothing further surge and rise from the under ground springs The Magic Circle back to St Ignace includes long stretches of gunbarrel road through dense Christmas treelike forests with glimpses of high bluffs pine laced inlets and sandy beaches Frequently the sunsets paint Lake Michigan with reds and purples that will long stir your memory Ann ZobraW Bell Wont Ring for Sch ool Anymore to say on that subject A visitor to the National Coal Assn recently was commander Fred R Alexson USNR of the staff of Pennsylvania State Uni versity Alexson was on hand to the modern coalfired boiler room and air conditioning system operates in the new NCA build ing in midtown Washington The office of Rep Walter M Mumma recently re ceived as a group of visit ing youthsfrom West Germany An American traveling with the group said he was impressed by their reverent approach when vis iting Independence Hall in Philaconsolidated net income for the Fiveyearold Tommy Ridgway can ring this schoolbell happily because it will never call him to school on a frosty fan morning The bell is the one re moved from the Sunville School bought at public auction by Jack and Sam Barnhart of Water Street Hydetown The Barnhart brothers movedthe bell into their front yard yesterday from the 55 foot bell tower at the Plum Town ship school They estimate the bell to be over a 100 years old The 32inch cast iron bell weighs 500 pounds and is 41 inches high Its wheel is handmade of pine set together with wooden pegs instead of nails and has a 40 inch diameter Tne clapper is worn flat on two sides from its years of use The wooden wheel is the first the Barnharts have seen in travel ing through old schools and public buildings from above Rochester N Y to Pittsburgh If the bell is a hundred years old as they think the Sunville school was itt second home Oldtimers remem ber the Sunville bell 75 years ago but the school itself is only 87 years old It is possible that the school built in 1873 bought tht bell from another building The Barnhart Brothers said any one interested in seeing the beH is welcome They plan eventually to sell it with one prospect an old collector in Conneaut who has bought two other bells from the Barnharts Joy Income Down a Bit PITTSBURGH Manu facturing Co Thursday reported a WANT ADS Wanted 1 delphia The German boys immediately removed their hats when they en tered the hall he said even though American tourists all around them kept theirs on Rep Elmer Holland DPa and his wife Emily enjoy enter taining at their Bay Ridge Md tiome near Annapolis Holland re cently called the U S Naval Academy at Annapolis to see whether any midshipmen from his Pittsburgh district could come out to visit him He was told they were all on a cruise Still ready to extend a hos pital hand Holland invited the duty midshipman who had an swered the phone The youth and his buddies since have spent sev eral offduty days relaxing at the Holland home WRONG SUBJECT NORMAN Okla AP A Uni versity of Oklahoma student went to the library and asked for some information on euthanasia or mercy killings The librarian disappeared then returned with the comment I cant find anything dealing strictly with euthanasia but I found a book on Youthin India second quarter of 1960 totalling This represents an in come of 53 cents a share on ship ments of The company reported its net income for the last nine months at or a share on shipments of A cor responding period for fiscal 1959 showed earnings of or a share on shipments of Face at Windoiv Woman Faints A local woman fainted last night when she saw a Peeping Tom staring at her through her second floor window city police reported The womans husband was in the apartment with her at the time A police cruiser was flag ged down at p m in front of the apartment building and asearch was made of the neigh borhood but no prowler was found Total cultivated area for agri cultural ouput in Israel doubled between 1948 and 1958 from 412000 993000 acres Total ir rigated area was quadrupled Acting Career Cured Her Case Of Jitters Boys Camp Near Tidioute Celebrating Fifth Year Pfoneer Ranch boyi camp located about 4 mites south of Tidioote on the Allegheny River is its fifth year of operation Tne camp is owned and operated by top Van Hora cad Dr Harry Kanhofer of TitosviHe Boys have enroBed in tin camp from Pennsylvania New York Onto and Texas A camper also attended from Venezuela South America Bojrs have enroffed from 27 Penirssylvanva cities HOLLYWOOD AP Betsy JonesMoreland switched fr o m advertising to acting to cure a case of jitters A complete panic seized me whenever I had to talk before any group she says even if it was only a handful of fellow workers An actress friend in New York persuaded her that a stage role like the one then available in Broadways The Solid Gold Ca help her end her public trembling Betsy tried out but when the producer told her the job was hers said Thank you I dont want it I was just auditioning for the ex perience And she walked off the stage back to her advertising agency still a victim of jitters The producer and three agents called her and asked her to re consider I didnt know anything about the theater Betsy remembers but I knew when I had a good business deal on my hands I told the producers I would take the part if they would raise the sa lary They did and Miss JonesMore land took to the stage She was so busy concentrating on the shak ing knees daring her first per formance she mysy that when a wire overhead broke and a cur tain fell it her feet ihe not a war her BETSY JONESMORELAND When the show went on the road she wheedled another con cession from her bosses She was free to leave the company when it reached Los Angeles That was several years ago Her last two screen performances given the no longer jittery Miw JonMMorefand star WILL PURCHASE NOW good size inrm lor possession next spring Must have good barn Please Herald around Ajjgust20 WANTED Free estimate PickupDeliver any where Gene Burt OC 45344 contact Box 8 care for personal contact READ THIS If you are over 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