Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 14, 1965 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JUNE 14,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN GOP Planning to Concentrate on Midwest, West By JACK BELL WASHINGTON <AP1 — Republicans plan to focus on the Midwest and West next year in l campaign they believe will recoup their 1964 losses in the House and give them three or more additonal Senate seats. President Johnson's failure thus far to come up with a satisfactory farm program has ?iven the OOP hope that it not snly can hang on to the seats it .low holds in Midwestern and Western states but can make significant gains there Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky, head of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, said in an interview that while he is not discounting party chances in any part of the country he believes they are brightest in the Midwest and West. "As matters stand, I think we are going to get back most of the House seats we lost last year," he said "In local elections in such states as Iowa, for example, our candidates havs been getting their traditional majorities even in areas we lost In 1964. "I think the administration's failure to come up with any workable farm program is going to help us in states where that is a factor." This was in line with an assertion of Sen. Karl E. Mundt, R- S.D., who expects to be a candidate for re-election, that the farmer, is the forgotten man of the Johnson administration. He said Sunday on Metromedias televised "Opinion in the Capital" that Johnson is directing all of his programs toward the met- HARBOR PROJECT UNDERWAY — Enlargement of Saxon Harbor in order to make it usable as a small craft refuge and improve its use as a recreational facility is now underway under the supervision of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project includes construction of two new breakwaters outside of the present ones and removing of most of the old piers. The new breakwaters will be about 7,350 feet long on the west side and about 600 feet on the east side. Dredging, as is shown above, is being done in the entrance channel, the inner, harbor basin along the existing wharf or dock and a west harbor arm which will be about 400 feet long and 80 feet wide with sloping sides. The contract for the work was awarded to Zenith Dredge Company, Duluth, for $411,210.10. Work is scheduled for completion Nov. 30. (Daily Globe Photo>. Suomi Building Fund Drive Set grow from the present 300 students to more than 500 in the next five years. "With education of our youth yearly becoming more impor tant to America's future. we must be ready to offer more and more boys and girls the HANCOCK — Suomi College j chance to attend college This has announced plans for launch- i means additional physical facili- ing a $150,000 capital fund! ties like the library-science build- campaign to partially finan c ej ing." construction of a new $400,000' Jalkanen pointed out that the library-science building ' present library located in Ni- j Anouncement of the campaign kander Hall, was designed tO| was made by Ralph J. Jalkanen, president. Construction of the new building will be the second phase in a long range development effort planned by the college Jalkanen said. The school recently dedicat e d a $575,000 student center and serve a student population halfj the size of the present one. "The library-science build i n % represents our most urgent and vital need. The present facilities were outgrown some time ago and the need grows as the student body steadily increases,' 1 he said. i residence hall, the first new "In science we must prepare building erected on the campus in 25 years. The two-story library-scien c e building will be situated east of Nlkander Hall on the Suomi campus. The land is owned by the college. It will provide library and science facilities needed to replace present Inadequate quar ters and meet anticipated stu- ropolitan areas "Perhaps that is because. with the Electoral College, if you get the city votes you don't need any of the rest of them,' he said. "Perhaps, it is because all comparisons will be by groupings. "The Management Re v i e w Program not only helps hospitals to implement the 'Principles of based on a Organization, Management and documents, Community Relations for Hospi- ourselves to meet the very highest standards of excellence m our instruction This is vastly! important in a field that is di-i rectly concerned with nati o n a l| welfare and survival.'" The capital fund campaign | will run through Aug. 7 The federal government already has ! announced its approval of a: 3133,000 grant to help in financ-j ing the new building. dent -'enrollment increases through 1970. Jalkanen said the college will 1 "Enrolmnt has increased 162 borrow another 8133,000 and per cent during the p a s t; the remaining $150.000 will be, decade," Mr. Jalkanen said to- raised through public contribu-: Hospital Chosen for Testing New Approach to Review Plan BESSEMER—The Grand View agement systems, Hospital was selected by the De- study of hospital partment of Research and Edu- plus trief discussions with sel- tals' approved by the House of cation of the American Hospital ected b.ospita' personnel, during Delegates in August 1964, but al- Associ?tion. as one of 100 hos- a one or two clay visit by a field so evaluates performance I n pitals in the association to test; staff represertative. There is no management areas. a new approach to a Hospital charge for the review, as the "A copy ot the principles as Management Review Program, program initially underwritten well as background Information according to a communication re-, by the Ford Foundation, is now on the Management Re v 1 e w ceived by the hospital super-! part of the American Hospital Program is enclosed for your ta- tendent, Frank A." Drazkowski Association service to its mem- formation. day. "About, half of our students come from Houghton. Bara g a, Ontonagon, and Keween a w Counties. "We' anticipate that we tions. Speed Riggs, famous tobacco auctioneer recommends HEW umsma Him . e«. »• They put back the taste others take away /WM* if i%f?^ Borage Is a European herb; Jr., from James B. Hartgering, bers. This program is entirely vol- M.D., director of the department "It will not be necessary for lUn tary. Applications may be of research and education. participating hospitals to com- made on the enclosed form In Dr. Hartgering explains the pute data prior to the survey, order to facilitate scheduling, a purpose of the program in the because your Hospital Adminis- promr/t reply is requested. The folio wing communication ad- • trative Services reports provide hospital will be notified in ample of purely humanitarian reasons dresser! to Mr. Drazkowski: ! the required statistical data. To time of the scheduled date. Ad— I don't know what the reason,' " Yoi > were selected as one of facilitate the review, it is de-; ditional questions should be ad- but it means all the goo-Jies are being handed out to the people in the metropolitan areas and Mr. farmer continues to pay through the nose." Outnumbered 68 to 32 by the Democrats in the Senate, Republicans have little hope of changing that figure materially Twenty Democratic and 14 Republican seats are at stake next year. Even if the GOP retrieved the total of 41 House places it lost last year, the party would still be outnumbered substantially, since the Democrats now have 294 members to the Republicans' 140, with one vacancy. 100 hospitals in which we hope dirable to review the H.A.S.' dressed to t h e attention o f to test, a new approach to our data for your hospital prior to George E. Schunior or C. Henry Hospital Management Review our visit. The request to partici- ', Barner, staff associates of the Program. You were selected be-; pate in the study will also in- Hospitsl Management Review cause you show an interest in dicate your permission for us Program. striving for excellence in hos- to review your confidential! "We feel that this program pital management as evidenced H.A.S. data. A detailed instruc- has intriguing possibilities for by the fact that you participate; tion sheet will be mailed prior > administering better patient in our Hospital Administrative : to the scheduled visit, which will care. The American Hospital As- Service Program. The American outline the hospital's documents ' sociation invited you, as a Hos- Hospital Association, as v o u to be reviewed and the person-1 pital Administrative Services know, also conducts the Hospital nel to " " ' Management Review Program. "The We are not seeking to correlate will receive from th<f American ' program." the H.A.S. data with the data Hospital Association a written, collected in the management re- report outlining particular view. The one program will strengths and potential weak- be interviewed. i subscriber, to participate in its participating hospital i Hospital Management Rev i e w Ex-GM Official Dies Detroit Man Is DAY Head ALPENA (APt — George i Kaye of Detroit is new commander of the Michigan Disabled Veterans organization which concluded a three - day session here Sunday. More than 1.200 delegates attended the meeting- Other officers elected Sunday were senior vice commander Edward Meecher, Muskegon; first junior vice commander Alvin Lidmen (hometown unavailable); second junior vice commander Don Von Valkenburgh, Kalamazoo; third junior vice commander John Soave, Detroit ;. chaplin Fred Smith Niles. Elected to the administrative board were Thomas Torniinson, St. Glair Shores; James H. Lenis. Benton Harbor; Fred Do'Dbs, Muskegon, and Ted Muszynski. Aip.;na. complement the other, making ' nesses in general areas of man-! OAK PARK (AP) — L. Clyde each a more effective manage- agement Also the report will Smith, former advertising man- ment tool. : compare the hospital with other ager of General Motors' Olds- "Tnc Hospital Management hospitals of similar size and mobile Division is dead at 82. Review Program analyses an type. The data collected will be Smith died Saturday after a individual hospital and its man- treated confidentially, and also long illness. _W!TH THE COLORS GWINN— Gary A. Seppa. son of Mr. and Mrs. Heino J Seppa of 1207 Hancock St., W?kefield, has been promoted to 3irm a n second class in the U. S. A i ,. Force at K. I. Sawyer AFB Mich. Airman Seppa is an air policeman in a unit that supports the Strategic Air Command mission of keeping the nation's intercontinental missiles and jet bombers on constant alert The airman is a graduate ofi Wakefield High School. I NYLONAIRE TIRES SAN DIEGO, Cal. iFHTNO— Ensign John W. Sears, USN, son of Mrs. Hayden F Sears, 500 N. Hemlock St., Ironwood, recently reported for training with Patrol Squadron 31 at the North j Island Naval Air Station, Sanj Diego. While with the squadron, he will receive training in the varied and highly technica' procedures of patrol plane operations. Upon completion of training he will report to a Pacific fleet patrol squadron for duty. Market Is Held Up 5th Time in 2 Years HAZEL PARK (AP) — For a fifth time in two years the Food Giant Market was held up Saturday night. As on the four previous occasions, the alleged culprit was caught. Eugen* Weiss, 27, Detroit prison parolee, shot and wounded in a chase by police, is held this time. 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