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The Ely Echo
Ely, Minnesota
August 11, 1976     The Ely Echo
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$ e D I Robert A. Jahmen began his duties as the new principal of Kennedy Eh, mentary School August 1. Jahmen who was born in Superior, graduated from Gilbert lligh Schmd in 19412 lie received his B.S. degree from the University of Minnesota---I)uluth. and an M.S. degree from the University of Southern ('alifornia in 1971. Jalonen thinks his )ears spout its Gilbert will be an asset while working in Ely. "Being a 'ranger', I feel I can identify with people's philosophies of education here." he said. Jahmen spent six years teaching math. science, history, geography, and physical education at the upper elementary level lie was an assistant principal in Iluntington Beach, ('alif.. for three w,ars, and spent one yeas as principal in Nicollet. Minn. lie also ~vnrked fin" the ()range County. Calif. sheriff's department on a reserw' basis, lie was required to attend a drug education class while working in ('alifornia and the course included '*ride---alongs and drug ra~d.~, and whetted my appetite for that type of work" Jalonen's educational philosophy focuses on the individual needs of students. "'%%'hat's best for the kids" is always going to be what I refer to when I make decisions---regarding teachers, supplies, custodians. or whatever." he said. "'As educators, we must provide a basic education for all students that meets their individual academic, emotional, social, and physical needs in such a way that the)' will hN)k at sch~ml as a happy and worth%vhile place to be. And that the end product will be an individual that is a willing, capable, and contributing citizen." Local girl II Two Girl Scouts from the Northern Lakes Girl Scout Council have Black community. Workshops and demonstrations will include been selected to participate in "Doodle le Doo," a national Girl such topics as communications as a career, folk and modern Scout event sponsored this summer by the Lake Erie Girl Scout dance, film making, stage make up, set and costume design, vocaJ Council in the Greater Cleveland area. The local girls are among music, fencing, Spanish dancing, creative dramatics, 150 Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts from throughout the country improvisation and pottery. The participants will attend numerous who are participating in this program on the performing arts from film showings and community theatre performances. Resource August g--20, persons, both performing artists and critics, have been drawn Thelocal council's participants are Carrie Przybilla, 924 Third St., from arts organizations, universities and news media in the International Falls, and Linda Niemela, 1216 E. Chapman St., Ely. Greater Cleveland area for "Doodle le Doo". Participants in "Doodle le Doo" will explore many phases of the While in the Greater Cleveland area, event participants will be performing arts. The 150 Girl Scouts will attend an outdoor concert housed at Girl Scout Camps Hilaka and ilia Crowell in Richfield, of the nationally known Cleveland Orchestra and a production of approximately 30 miles south of Cleveland. The Girl Scouts will "'Romeo and Juliet" at the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival. A also spend five days residing with host families in the Cleveland visit will be made to Karamu House, a center for fine arts in the metropolitan area. Ely Echo. W~d. Aug 11. 1976, Ely, Mn PaRe2 .. Protecting nonsmokers in public places is a recent happening With a long history. flundreds of years ago in Colonial Massachusetts the General Co. passsed laws making it illegal to grow the weed or to smoke it in public in 1880 New Orleans adopted a ordinance forbidding smoking in the citys streetcars, in 1920 the South Carolina Senate passed a bill to make smoking illegal "during meal hours in any public eating place in the state" By the twenties dozens of states had other laws restricting smoking. I)uring the early decades of the twentieth century, in fact, there was even a Nonsmokers Protective League of America. The aims of the Leage sound remarkably contemporary, similar to those of todays lund association centers for nonsmokers rights organized by the American Lung Association. Here are the forsighted goals of the I,eague: ! The right of each person to breathe and enjoy fresh and pure air air uncontaminated by unhealthful or disagreeable odors and fumes is an constitutional right, and cannot be taken away by Legislatures or courts, much less by individuals pursuing their own thoughtlessness and selfish indulgence The league does not seek to abridge the personal rights of anyone, but does seek to awaken the sense of fairness in those who use tobacco and to impress upon them that they have not the right to inflict discomfort and harm upon others. It is but just that htose who wish to indulge poisonous vapors, and who willn ot voluntarily refrain from annoying or injuring others with the poison, should be restrained from doing so. The League's activities and laws to protect nonsmokers were wiped out in the late twenties when the number of smokers skyrocketed, just when the laws were needed most. Now, a half century later nonsmokers, backed up by research showing the harmful effects second hand smoke are again beginning to get the protection they deserve 000 Jerry Peterson MORE THINGS TO DO ! Surprise someone with a phone call. . Go without electricity for a day. .... Play at the park. ...... Exercise your bod' ........ Fish a lake. .......... Go barefoot for a day. ............ Experience a Fair. Pick some flowers for a special person. . Take a nap. .... Lose a few pounds. ...... Go out and meet someone new. ........ Get in touch with your inner self. Play frisbee. . Frame a picture. .... Hit some golf halls. ...... Hitchhike to a strange spot. ........ Try horseback riding. .......... Visit the hospital. See the slides at the Visitor Center. . Discover where an old trail leads. .... Take a boat ride. ...... Stroll down Sheridan (a unique idea } ........ Get up and experience the sunrise. .......... Jog around town. ............ Fly a kite. s Organize a new group. Play monopoly (or ?) . Build a model. .... ('limb a few hills, ...... Sleep outside. .......... Go for a moon--light walk (Full ...... I J ~,~ Take a friend to lunch. ~ ..Play some tennis. .... Work on a puzzle. ~. . ..... Create a treasure hunt for some kids. ~ ~- ~ ~ ........ Experience inner tubing down a river. -~ ~, . ......... Visit a shut--in. ............ Try water--skiing. Do something Ioving...without being found ('I,OUI)S ..... and each day left this summer L .......... Nothing tails like success, when an employee rises t~ inc.ompetence "'1 think my t~ork at El)* will be a very satisfying and challenging experience.'" he added .lahmen and his wife. Judi. are expecting their first child in October. Mrs..lahmen taught junior high home economics in '~lifornia. lll| | l Ill H N I Illl H I i 1 1ll llll It Many I)eoph" came from out of town to the big l,ampert clearance sale, Bill Schlitz was told by' many people II aid i i I mnmil i i II i i i llllI ""Executives of skillful execution will therefore plan t0! ~ .... aI~d stop." they thought it was the best sale ever. Bill said he ~%aoted to thank all his friends and customers for -- stopping by at I,ampert's big inventory~sale. I )n IS one an one lanning As your new mayor, I will institute a new method in planning city business. Many gifted skills lie dormant in our community. It is these skills in the spirit of teamwor that I would secure to assist the many departments to design a plan. I When I become mayor, I would direct each department to develop an annual plan and a 5 year plan. No- Charge Checking Ready Reserve is just that, No charge. After initial check-printing costs, You'll always have an extra money supply to draw on, and you write as many checks as you need No minimum ba/- if you never need to use it, it wi{l never cost you a cent. ance required, no service charge to pay. You can save $50 Ready Reserve lets you write yourself a loan from your a yearf All you have tO do is qualify for Ready Reserve. checkbook, If the amount is more than your balance, Ready Reserve covers it automatically. Using help from the private sector, our city business will become a team effort. You can on Jt ! Instant Cash Card Now available to all of our Better than Free Checking cus- tomers, your Instant Cash Card can provide you up to $100 cash any time. day or night. Get your card and use it at any of the Instant Cash Machines in Duluth, Minne- apolis or St, Paul. inserted by the candidate 06 his own behalf