Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 7, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood, Michigan
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Medicare and Social Security: 5 Hospital Care Is Heart of Program; Benefits Explained B.V JOHN TROAN NKA Special Writer Mcrl.'.-are is somewhat of a iniMicjiiicr The new Social Security nealth-carc plan for the aged could be more aptly tagged Hosp,-c-arf!." For hospital care Is the heart of this benefit program Basically, Medicare will provide ui. to 90 days of hospital care fo- each "spell of illness" to a person 65 or older. 90-day limit for a "spell of illness." Kurlhei, no person will be able to draw, during his lifetime, more than a total of 190 days of care in a psychiatric hospital. A .special provision applies to Christian Science sanitorlums operated or certified by t h e Berry's World First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston Medicare will cover A ".spell of illness" begins the! l 'P to 12 ° dij y s of care £or a silv day a patient Is admitted to a '• S' e s ' a .V i" such an insititu- j hospital or nursing home. tuition ",-iib the patient paying the : ends oni-e a patient has been' firsl S4C ' P lus $ 10 for eacn da y ; outside a hospital and outside a i after flit first 60 and S5 for each; nursinp, home for 60 straight'^' nltcl tne rirst 90 ' i days j Medicare also will cover per-1 Medicare won't cover the full' sons wll ° 8° to a hospital on ai hospital bill. The patient will' nonovernight basis for X ray si have ki pay the first S40 And and other diagnostic tests. Such* if he stays longer than GO days' "outpatients" will have to pay during any "spell of illness" i tne i: ''' $t S2 ° for services ren-; he'll have to pay $10 for each ; (Jcrccl '" anv 20-day period, plus! additional day he remains in the i one-fit'll 1 of the balance. ! hospitn.i. " ; The initial "deductibles" will. The patient also will have to be in effect through 1968. After Pay for the first three pints ofi ti1at - ' f ' cv ma y be raised ea c* blooci lie r>,iight receive—unle s s vear " necessary to keep pace i he f>e's donors to replace thei witn increasing hospital costs j blooci After the first three pints • Hosn'tal benefits, which start: transfixions will be paid for Jul - v '• 1966 - include: ' by Medicare. A semiprivate room (two to; Coverage will apply to pa . ! four br-ds>, though a doctor may ticnts in psychiatric and tuber- order n private room for "med- culosis as well as in general ^ ical reasons." \ hospitals But if a patient is al- 1 Regular hospital nurses (but' ready in a mental or TB hospi-' not Private-duty nurses>. tal whpp he becomes eligible for Ser-.res of the hospital's med- Meclicvnre. the time he has spent ical social workers, there will be counted against the > Usc of regular hospital equip- 1 __ iinent. supplies and applian c e s. j such ?><-• oxygen tents, wh e e 1- j chairs ancl crutches. ; ' Prescribed drugs which arc lO.K.'d by the hospital's mecli-; ical vStc'ff or approved by any! specifirri in the law. ! WATERSMEET — Memta e rs> Servires of hospital reside n t s i of the Watersmeet Lions Club and interns—doctors—getting on- and their wives or guests en- : tll( Hob experience under ap-| joyed a steak fry out at the P rove -' training programs. Blackhawk Scout "council Camp Servires of other physicians; on Clearwater Lake Wednesday' Wll! no ' be covered b V the ba-, evening. The steaks were fried sic Medicare plan, by the scout lenders who also For SorAal Security to p a y served baked potatoes toss e d an .v l hing. however, a physician salad, garlic bread, beans ice muKi ''Prtify it was medically cream sundaes and coffee Af- 1 necessary to put the patient in a ter the dinner. Camp Direct o i ! hospital If the patient stays' Thomas Horn gave a brief his-, lon se r than 19 days, the doctor lory of work clone at the camp. wil1 have to recertify need for: then took the group on a guided, continued hospital care at inter-i tour of the large lodge and the; vals specified by the government., camp grounds. Some of the par-! Care in a psychiatric or tuber-! ty took a boat ride to one of the culosis hopsital will be covered; outlying camping sites whe r e only it ? doctor certified the pa- 10 boys were camped out in a tient needs special treat m en), 'JHIHfl .•••••••(••ir i iiiii'*"""*! Itllltllititi Fire Fighting Classes Set For Next Week Monday evening at 7 the fire siren will blow the members of "Oh, we're not perm/sore with junior —it's just ffcot we never know wAere he w or what he's doing!" Mass Personals years of attending school during the annual two weeks of active dut.v summer training, provides i basis for progression f o higher command 'and staff responsibilities. It is designed to keop Reserve officers abreast with 'he latest developments In Monday evening at 7 the fire ]'.he Aimy Main Labyak is reculai 1 y the Bergland and White P t n e assignor; to the 412th Civil Af- Mine fire departments for the fairs Group, an Army Reserve first University of Michigan Fire-; unit ir. Columbia, S. C. He re- manshij. Training Class to be ceived his bachelor of science held at Bergland since 1950 On degree from Michigan Technolo- Tuesday evening, Aug. 10, the gica) University in 1945 and was siren at the Bruce Crossing five; also niaduated from Duke 'Jin- hall will blow the members of,'versity, Durham, N. C., in 1950 the Bruce Crossing, Ewen and Major Labyak avic! h!s wife, Trout Creek fire departments ; Kathryn live at 6120 Sylvan Dr., for a similar class, it has been Columbia, S. C. announced. \ The class sessions will be from 7 to 10 p.m. on the dates as follows: Bergland, Aug. 9. 11. 13. 17, 19, 23 Bruce Crossing. Aug 10, 12 16, 18, 20, 24. Instructor for the course will be Wallace P. Gannon, former Muskegnr fire chief, and now a part time instructoi for the University of Michigan. During The WORRY CLINIC B> OR. GEORGE W. CRANE Clerics like Homer are oft?n gullible for they blindly swallow t h e nralntruster idea;, their seminary prof* leach them Yet many o f those same profs are (allures as pulpit orators Toe many cleric? are also afflicted with i ampus snobbery, worshipping advanced de- frees instead of practical platform skill. ; )or point, as brotherhood 0 f i man but then documented and I Illustrated that, point with stor» iles as of the Good Samaritan. I Toe many seminary graduate? also try to imitate their I professors Instead ol Jesus! I But the average seminary I professor is a "flop" as a pub- Ill c platform artist. That's true of the usual college professor, too j Dr Ralph Spckman, foremost j American pulpiteer, says the big - . a ««*! mistake of seminaries is their t,ie. e.. Bgea; ia , lure to turn out orators! Your Horoscope , , „ , T . . ! fore you can fill the church," his Board Mlrustee. began a / axlom we il demonstrated !imi / !v V u? e P hL P * DV Bil) y Graham, Oral Roberts, •little towr, where *e have a B lshop sheen, Dr. Peale and years ago. a? hei Monday. August 9 •The wise mar, controls tils : than he Is now. although h e the 15 years that Chief Gannon: destiny Astrology &oiatj :he : has graduated wi'.h his B.D. de- was a full time fire Instructor! way i ? ree for the University, he conducted] ART-- S , Mar 7) _. A nr 19. •• " Wh - v should the seminaries schools in more than 400 com-1 Galn Indicated 'l you add to ;0ften , ™ r ; Potentially good munitie? in Michigan and has! your K n 0 wledge Meant do nol ! speakers? given instruction to more than! be satisfied with status quo. < SEMINAR! DANGERS •estine sneaker thenl clerics imltate tne real orators f'nnl bPfle *noU" h " and p a 11 e r n after their methods?" Snobbery is often the answer! Their seminary profess o r s after spending a week here with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Hint t a i lows : often damn such proved orators by faint praise and inculcate in the young clergymen a disdain for nai-rative addresses. Strive for improvement C o r -! For one reason, in graduate Thus, young clergymen like Topics to be covered in this; respond communicate '.noughts j school a student spends long I Homer often come out a s i 18 hour course are listed as fol-iand \deas Important message j hours in libraries, digging u pi worse speakers than they were 10,000 firemen. due I source material. Short cuts in fire fighting or| TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20): I So he meanwhile loses *r - * . - - - ' through the blackb o a r d before they entered seminary. nisi A good Dale Carnegie course lunar aspect high- contact with human beings. j would set them right, but they Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blanksvard, and .family spent a week here Ann A'tfirin flnrl All3n Holt snont visiting,' witnici3Lives. ' - iA-av\j*c*'jj^ *w*<n» um^^wv. *** D •< — - ^ - < — a wppk herp with his narerits Mr - and Mrs - Toivo s ' n k o • : and tjirou & h discussion a rookie ; lights rea ding and writing. Ob- He becomes more "bookish"! often sneer at Dale Carnegie Mr and Mrs William Blanks- Detroit, visited the Henry He r-1 "reman can oypass years of ac-i taln hint frorn Arles message.! and less a "pulpit salesman."! because he lacked a Ph. D. de- J\U . dllU lVHt>. WUllcUU D10IIK.S , ^_ ,_u_ rj-..j__ I Hial fire fio-ht-incr avnovioiino I -. PPPSSarV tO rearrange- c " oc >lr<a.-c! toonl-iave onri ol t o-rpo vard, and then left, to visit her! man sens recently. John Kujan- parents. Mr. and Mrs. J o h n P aa ... who_ spent several days at Yurchak, at Bessemer, fighting How to make ' size up of a Barbara Blanksvard,' returned with them. their cottage at, Huron B a y, i Ore situation and how to determine the stages of the fire: also Steak Fry Out Held by Club who's affllia U ted U with 1 'thc 0 Newl- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertanen^ow to rake advantage of t h e berry State Hospital in her. and Teresa and Mr. and Mrs. valuable first five minutes, practical nurses training course, Cll "s Andrews and fa m i 1 y , Teaching the average fireman ^nent a weekend with her nar- Detroit, are vacationing for two to tllink and act alon g the lines : ^ a " exerienced fire officr Mr and Mrs w i 1 1 i a m weeks here and are getting , i>n . anu iviio. v> i i i i a in .,.„.. _ ..... , ____ ... ___ . .__ _____ ._. xperienced fire officer. their new hunting lodge ready i Ventilation, or how to proper- Mc _ ; for the hunting season. : ly open up a fire building for Blanksvard. LaSilln n tnd*!km^ Urho~ Wertanen. I W^ker extinguishment, faster Lake, visited her parents, M r.: DearDorn . are visitin S wtt h re-i rescue and less punishment to and Mrs. Eli Aho, for several lative s here and In Cromwell,! weeks. The Maple Grove Cemetery Minn. Abe I doing the job. Chip* Gannon has written i Duluth. spent a ! /->r, °" v, as plans strive for originality and a new understanding of associates GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): Give completely of yourself today. Accent sincerity. Halfway method? end in failure. Delve deep beneath surface indications, vou could make profitable discovery! CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Many examine your ideas today. Express yourself. Make meanirgs clear. . .take p r e - cautionr against being misquot- e v , - . . . co Association has received several wee k visiting his brother. Fred , F^eivecJ 'wide ^ acceptance in the ed Day features cnangei deal . complaints during the last few weeks of the devastation done . . in tne cemetery by children. Hermansen. w h' le here he was a of Mr - and Ml ' s - Henry ; . , tak en up ings with public. LEO (July 23 —Aug. 22): Em- inclims planning fire probl e m ^ 'halile service Give attention anrl mafcino- antiial hnco lave anrt PnaSlZt SeiVlCC. U1VC dlieilUUll in inc i^ciiicici y \jy v^niiu.1 c 11 . o*i*-i »-rt rt Tri>-.rT ««fi,^i u«~« i«,, ^ l ijiidoiiit aciviv^c. »-iivt dtL^iiL-iuii Parents of children living in Mr. and Mrs. Emo Laiti and ^"lf'"f ,^1" ,« f i/rfn i ° health requirements. Be mod- Greenland are asked to keep. Mrs - He » r >' Hermansen attend-; bumper set; ups. use ofladders. t A ^ extremes . See k their children out of the ceme-.ed the testimonial dinner at Es- ^nes.^placine^ laising, ^secur-, ...... .._, tery unless accompanied by r e-: canaba honoring Congressman ing, climbing and rescue off lad- Raymond""cTevenger" C and""post- ders: the newer principles of wa- 1 !.„„ Qr fog fire f ig ht i ng; obtain desirable fire sponsible persons. .-.-„ ..-—„_. , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burke master General John A. Oron-j^r and family. Garden City, visited ouskl - IIPVP with' rpiaHvps Thpv WPI-P Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holm-,,, accompanied back J h s pa.- strom have returned to Oakland,! ^tmg techniques ems. Mr. and Mrs. John Burke. Callf - afte1 ' visiting her par-; Firemen completing the ™« ™™ , s and many other fire re " n "" e r harmony. Associate may tend to irritate you. A smile is your best defense. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): 'iFind outlet for creative efforts. Break away from restrictions. Emphasize freedom of movement, thought. You could r e - Speakers, teachers, and a 1 1 persuaders of the public dare not grow detached or "bookish," or they will lose their followers! A second mistake of seminaries is their stress on "essay" gree. sermons instead of the "nar-1 crowds! For there is a widesp r e ad campus snobbery based on advanced college degrees! Jesus never attended seminary but he knew how to sway rative" or "anecdotal" type which Christ so well de m o n - strated in his parable addresses. Jesus never indulged in long, dry essay speches. Instead, he started with a ma- spire confidence. . . you would excel as hospital administrator or teacher. « ft * GENE RAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for Capricorn, Aquarius, Pi.-ces. Special word to Libra: Take steps to insure future security State Parks' Report Given Both Lake Gogebic and For- Sandlot baseballers pat tern after the "big leaguers" so why don't you clergymen imitat e Christ's superb forensic formula, which runs as follows: d) Employ a fundamenta 1 test of widespread human a p peal; (2) Document and illustrate it with stories, plus references to front page newspaper it e m s or even the comic pages, etc; (3) Maintain eye-contact, instead of looking at the ceiling or down at lecture notes on the podium; (4) Employ some stage materials (Christ used a coin, a child, etc.); (5) Use names of people in the audience, plus "parables" about local events and hornet own folks. For more advice, send for my ,„„„,, » fls s:r-r,:s;,r °«»ss- Mr - a "° ""• T °' vo K °^~^^£\™^r^™°^ ^s^^-^^'^sssr^spjssj?. 1 ^ Miss Ann Marie Kosonen, i Firemanship Training Certifi- 2 3 - Oc,. consisted of yells and echoes. This was followed by induction into the sign of the Arrow which \vas a very impressive ceremony. The affair was attended by a goodly number and the outing was enjoyed by those in attendance. The camp, through its directors, works with 150 or 200 boys Council of Rockford, 111.. and age f oi ordinary custodial in TB and mental institutions . In pii emergency, a patient,; could be treated in any hospital. '• He could even be taken to a: hospital outside the U n i t e d ; States (But if the emergency arises outside the United States. Medicare won't pay.) In nonemergency cases. Social Security will pay only if the patient goes to a signs a visited her brother in e vse er roer n 1 a get-together of re- Chief Gannon conducted a sim- ' 1 light receptivity. Means be will- Ml . latives at Presque Isle Park, Lukkari Ma rquette, and also visited in la "have" returned toTshtab u I a, Negaunee and Ishpeming. after spending a week' Edward Kangas, Detroit, spent ... with relatives. j a w" k with his parents, Mr. Helen Toivonen, Vera Laakko, ! an ? M "- Toivo Kangas. H i s wife and children remained to Ruth Ahlskog, Karen Mali 1 a, Frank took of Music International 3 presented recent ; tire school for the members of the Ironwood fire department during the month. WITH THE COLORS in to Usten ,. voice of ex . perience " Check details. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. in a: the; Michigan Department of C o n- servation. In the Porcupine Mount a i n care of this newspaper, e n closing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to whi c h °" to " a - .State Park a total of 1,669 cover W 11 * and . Printing costs 21): Stress new starts, add e d camping 1742 annual and 5662 iwhen y° u send for one of h ! s independence. You succeed if daily permits had been issued Booklets.) Versatile Deal with relatives as of July 2 5. Last year there! 'Copyright by The Hopkins Bring forth sense of humor, i were j 9n camping, 1717 a n - Syndicate, Inc. wrriTrrA T^TTO T *• Y ° U °™ * y ° U are flexible - inual and 4,933 daily permits Is-! WICHITA FALLS, Tex. - Air- j Fine for calls, correspondence, j sued in the same time period. ! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - the daily permits were far be- visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac, Rankinen, and the Toivo I man Third Class John D. Bak- Kangas family. | er, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. i Dec. 21): Income possibilities I hind"last year 1 s'"figure" , * It*' Now completely AIR CONDITIONED The Pancake House Aurora St., Iron-wood to a physician-controlled "utilization review" com- i mittec which will check on acl- j missions to prevent needless use of hospital facilities and services. Psyniatric and TB hospitals also must be approved by the ' Joint Commission on Accredifa- ! tion oi Hospitals, a profession| al ratine, agency. Other hospitals must be so accredited or prove they meet standards similar to those required for such "accreditation." ' ' the home of Mr and Marc l uette - i SheprarrJ AFB. Tex. tween the lines! j f° Jjl ° l - Pastor Olaf Rankinen and Airman Baker, now trained to ! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 -Jan. i Jlre lilrirpn A/Tancfiolri r> h i r. onH ronair nr-nho-Am n ,,a n v,H K«^,-,,iirv^. \r ----- i,,^™.^ -- •- !„*,,!..: __ |WCIC year, in count Paul Anttila Rainev and J ~ iiai ' ul t ~ Jtai rtaiiKinen ana n.munu oaKer, now irauiea 10 f ~ " ~ Anttila are cousins. They also children Mansfield, Ohio, and repair probe-drugue and boom! 19): Your judgment, intuition; and 708 daily perm its issued visited other relatives here Pastor Leslie Lurvey, Toronto,; type inflight refueling equip-' now ring bell of accuracy. Know j PCJUIUJ. isaueu. Mr and Mrs Hans Peters o n' Ontario - Canada, flew h e r e .; ment. is being assigned to the j this - respond accordingly. Ac-! Fastest brepdine- animal* and daugluer, Sliaron, visi t e d ™lL! isit , e ,? P ^°* *™^™'_* \ ^ r JS™ e -i25f U . c JL CM 2!? and< ' ! c . en A ,«>.««^ e ;. ° P . U ™.» s m ' i known Se opossuS whfch^ro' In DetroU to parents - Mr ' and Mrs - Isaac !(AFL C) Robins AFB, Ga. Avoid tendency to scatter forces. the the Rankinen. Sara Rankinen re-! AFLC p r o v i d e s supplies, ' Finish what you start. „,„,„_ ,.„..„ . ------ . . --------- ' summer Cmame ^^ 01 " ut ; mained here to spend the sum-i equipment and-services to "keep I AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — Feb .jmer with her grandparents the UKAF's r.nmhat units rpnriv! mi- R« nhiincnnhifai ai-mut ^»v. Cherie, left re- RELIABLE Plumbing Fixtures and Workmanship is our motto. 932-0793 ... or 932-3030 A. EVAR ANDERSON & SON Mich A Wit. Licensed Master Plumbers • troit to visit relatives in De i A. Grudnoski Attends John aud David Kangas have Northern Workshop i According to Italian governmental statistics, natives of that country spend more than $1 | billion annually on tobacco. ton Livonla and Detroit f "SrudSoski" of £enlsco i attendmT a pSstWssiSl Sork- 1 OPEN 365 Days A Year 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. GARY MINIMART Super Market Variety at Super Market Prices 323 CARY ROAD HURLEY, WIS. Dick Vittone, Owner the USAF's combat units ready ,18): Be philosophical about cer- for immediate action. | tain restrictions. Realize time is Baker is a graduate of Wake- on your side. Weigh actions. Be field High School. considerate of those who make mistakes Don't cast first stone. returned home after visiting rel- MARQUETTE - Anthony T i FORT LEAVEN WORTH, Kan 'Deal with large organization. .r,,rinn«w cnnnf M r I""I ^,-V ! Army Reserve Ma]. Leo F. Lab-i PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): yak, 42, son of Mrs. Delp h i n e • Now you can take steps to turn Labyak, 406 Greenland Rd , On-j wishes into realities. Make con- tonagon, is completing a f i nal tact with individual who can two-w e e k phase of the U S. j aid cause. Be outgoing, friend- their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. : igan University A , rmy R " erve Scn ° o1 associate , ly. Stress public relations. Co- Charles Nara. j Grudnoski is a teacher of Z°™™*% 1"! ^"^L^A" ° Perat6 J " C TT^ y projects ' Miss Donna Mae Nelson Ash-' communications and advisor of \ £° U J S? at Foit Lea venwor t h , _ _^, * ^ ^ ^ land, and Allan Lundquist, Sax- student publications at Hamadyi on visited here recently with High School in Flint, friends. The course, which meets f or i Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Aho, two weeks, ending August 13 i Ferndale, visited her mother, covers many areas of news-1 Mrs. Hakala, who is living with paper and yearbook work in the i Mrs. Raaska. high schoo i and is being taught i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Veker by Paul Ripley, director of in-! and family, L'Anse, spent a formation service and publica- day here with his mother, Mrs. tions at Northern. Tyne Veker. Their daug h t e r, ; pnn ,„•»,, f course ' which plans five J ?•? BIRT . H you have ability to m- Beth, returned home with them i USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS 1 ROLL ARMSTRONG INLAID LINOLEUM Emba$s«d Leaf Design 20' x 7" long, Reg, 2.50 S100 1 Running Foot See thit and many other bargains at BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy 134 W. Aurora Dial 932-3676 Mysterious objects seen by 125,000 people a month! Minutes away from the heart of modern Mexico City lies the new National Museum of Anthropology. 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