Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on September 10, 1998 · Page 2
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, September 10, 1998
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Communit THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Thursday, Sept. 10.1998 Page 4 Wakefield native new Wilson Fellow PRINCETON, N.J. — Eleanor T. Elliott, chairman of the board, and Robert Weisbuch, president of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellow Foundation of Princeton, have announced the election of five new members to its board of trustees for three-year terma. They include: —Marvin J. Suomi, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kajima Urban.Development and managing director of its parent, Kajima International. —Nancy E. Cantor, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. ~3. Roderick Heller, III, Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1959, chairman of the WMF Group, one of the nation's largest mortgage banking firms. —Kendra Stearns O'Donnell, principal emerita of Phillips Exeter Academy, where she served from 1987 to 1997. —Philip J. Reed Jr., Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, private investor, retired president of S.B. Penick & Co., a former manufacturer of chemicals and a former division of CPC International. The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence in education through the identification of critical needs and the development of effective national programs to address them. Its three broad areas of concern are equity and excellence, partnerships for learning and graduate education for the public good. Suomi is president and chief executive officer of Kajima, urban MARVIN SUOMI development and managing director of its parent, Kajima International. He is chairman of the board of the Princeton-in-Asia Foundation and a member of the board of the Kajima Foundation. He is on the advisory councils of Princeton University and the University of Michigan. Suomi is a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow. The son of the late William and Hulda Suomi, of Wakefield, he graduated from Wakefield High School in 1965 and is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Princeton University, where he received hia Ph.D. He has also studied in specialized fields at other universities, among them: Sofia University in Japan, Columbia University, University of Chicago and others. WAKEFIELD — A review of the heavy summer activities schedule just completed and a look ahead to the organization'* 1 nert big project in December will be the main items on the agenda for the .Wakefield Historical Society when it meets Monday at the museum. The meeting is set for 2 p.m. The June opening program of . the museum will be reported on, along with the Berry Feat in late June and the annual variety show on July 2. A report will also be made on the highly successful museum open house and tours, along with the flea market held on Friday, Sept. 4. Refreshments will be served. Attack leaves actor unable to perform MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An ac- •tor who was to star in an upcoming production by the well-known Guthrie Theatre was injured in an attack, forcing him to 'bow out of the play. Edwin C. Owens was left with a • 5-inch gash on his forehead following the Saturday night attack and was released. He said Wednesday he still gets nosebleeds. "My face is bruised like a badly beaten watermelon," he said. Court says teen has only self to blame for paralysis NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A 16- year-old who didn't think it possible to drive his Corvette too fast and routinely ignored speed limits has only himself to blame for his paralysis, a deeply divided Louisiana Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The 4-3 ruling overturns a jury's verdict that ads and booklets touting the 1986 Corvette's anti- lock braking system were so misleading that General Motors Corp. was partly to blame for Samuel Goodwins wreck. A Caddo Parish jury found Goodwin 75 percent at fault and ordered GM to pay one-quarter of its $2 million damage award. The trial judge reversed that, ordering GM to pay three-quarters, but an appeal court reinstated the jury's allocation. The Supreme Court said GM doesn't have to pay at all. Goodwin, now in his late 20s, is a student at the Mississippi College of Law. Thank You The residents, staff, and board ofGogebic Medical Care Facility ivish to express their sincere thank you to all who contributed to make the facility's 3rd Annual Blueberry Festival a success. See you next year! 50/50 Raffle Wtnner C20LOO): Anita Zalt It's Coming!!! LAKELAND COMMUNITY Lakeland Community Health Fair Saturday, September 12, 1998 Lakeland Union High School (Hwy. 70 West Entrance) - Minocqua Doors Open: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Make plans to bring the entire Family! Open to the Public at No Charge This is a complete listing of participants and services that will be available free of charge . . ... this Saturday... Lakeland Community Health Fair 1998 HEALTH FAIR PARTICIPANTS 1. Alzheimer's Association, North Central, WI Chapter Will do dementia screening 2. Alzheimer's Support Group, Northwoods Opportunity to discuss concerns related to Alzheimers and/or make arrangtmenti for individual consultation it • future d*t«. Caregiver lupport. 3. American Heart Association Free brochures relating to prevention of h««rt disease & stroke. 4. Auxiliary of Howard Young Medical Center Lifeline information. Gift Shop Sales,' Volunteer Recruitment/Membership 5. Bankers Life and Casualty Company Information on long terns care coverage 6. Dr. Dawn R. Prel, Chiropractic Health Care Dr. Gluillermo Gonzalez Chiropractic tpinal screenings, briaf exams and education 7. Dr. Kate Convalescent Center Brochures, Admiision packets 8. Dr. Kate Home Health Blood Glucose Checks (Blood Sugars) Fatting Preferred, but not required 9. Dr. Kate Lakeland Hospice Information - Ask About Hojpic. House 10. Dr. Kate's MedOX Home Medical Mastectomy, Job«t Stocking*, DME equipment, Difplay or Respiratory • quipm*nt and supplies 11. Dr. Kate • Woodcourt Apartments Information about \Voodeourt Apartments...HUD project in Woodruff 12. Eye Care of Lakeland, S.C. Free G«n«ral Ey. scre.ning 13. Families First 14. Family Foot Clinic Fr«. Foot Screening * Evaluation, Frt« pamphlets about foot problems 15. Family Health Center-Woodruff Fr«« Skin cancer screening 16. Gogeblc Community College Surfing student* will do blood presiur» screening. Community Service project for sludinl nurses. 17. Howard Young • Cardiac Rehab/Diabetes Management Ht.rt Lif« Card* for Sal*. This i> a card lh« iiz> of • credit card that bai medical information including an EKG. 18. Howard Young - Dialysis Frt« Blood Pressure Screenings 19. Howard Young - Dietary Department Nutrition related literature 20. Howard Young - Foundation Information - PhUantrophy 21. Howard Young - Infection Prevention & Control Will provide »trategies to prerent tba spread of infection. Good handwashing techniques. Handouts available on prevalent communicable diseases. Stick.™ for children. Fact <h*.ti on blaitomvcosis, Irmes disease, hepatitis, influenza, and TB 22. Howard Young - Holier Behavioral Health Information about depression, AODA Counseling, mental health counseling 23. Howard Young - Library Will raffle 2 Home Edition! of Mtrek Manuals, will d» computer searches on medical subject], and display other medical library materials. 24. HYMC-Marshfleld Clinic - Joint Venture -LAB Fingerstitks for total cholesterol levels so patients need NOT be fasting. 25. Howard Young • Medical Transport Services 26. Howard Young - OB Pamphlet* - services OB department offers 27. Howard Young - On Different Ground Provides in-home AOOA and mental health services for residents of Oneida, Vilas and Forest Counties. Linking mental health, alcohol and or drug misuses and physical health providers into an innovative and extensive outreach program. 28. Howard Young - Organ Tissue Donation Icforiruiion retarding orjan'tmue dociuoc 29. Howard Young - Partners In Health Wellness Program for Community Members - FR£E Membership Program 30. Howard Young - Patient & Family Services & Social Services Depts. Information it girding Advanced Directives 31. Howard Young - Pharmacy Q «t A ibout medications 32. Howard Young Physical Medicine & Rehab Cardiopulmonary Services Pulmonary function test, pulse oximeier checks 33. Howard Young Physical Medicine & Rehab Pain Management Pain manage me ni services discussed 34. Howard Young Physical Medicine Sc Rehab • Physiatry Services Raffle Physiobill 5.5 cm 35. Howard Young Physical Medicine & Rehab Pt, OT, ST, Aquatics and Hand Clinic Exercise demo's priysiobill, body bUdc. finer-ski machine, nustcp. body fst! simulated disabilities. 36. Howard Young Physical Medicine Sc Rehab • In-house Rehab Unit & Transitional Care Unit Information retarding in-patient rebab 37. Howard Young - Radiology Teur the mobile MR I unit and BaatDaaxhy Van 38. Howard Young - Safety Safety Information for home, work, driving and recreation 39. Howard Young - Special Care Unit Intensive Care and Intermediate Care (1CU & IMCU) Providing Educational information on \Q & CVP Prai.ntiaas 4k sjw Introducing new "clot busing" drugs en . Stroke At Heart attack. 40. Marshfield Clinic-Lakeland Center Audiologr. Health Management Resources, Medicailj supcrrisad weight loss program. Health Education/provider information 41. Marshfield Clinic - Lakeland Center - Audloiogy Free hearing screenings in occupational health ran 42. Nicole! Student Norsts Ciitcer Klf-awnreaeM 43. Northwood] IlealtU Plan Flctbooka. individual pickets 44. Northwoods Womens Health Center Patient tducjiional pamphlet* 45. Oneida County Health Department !'oo<l demonstration, iluplays, 2 drawings for uri»i, uossiblj- • stu-vrj Mamloiils, «om,,r, c »nc*r conlrol pr»gr*M, «genc T serrice pawphkis nuury control information, lieellhr food choices, promote pink ribbon moiilli Tor l.rr.,| eaucrr, immunization infarmalion, medical assistance information. 46. Secuhty Health Plan [nsufancredlrahh 47. Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Northwoods Grouo (Slilshli) r l)emonntral» as*i<<i«e devices, phone equipment, Slilili Membership brochures, local group meeting inform a I ion, publications * brochures 48. Social Security Admin. - Rhhtelander On-Hue estimates on social security retirement. Survivor, aud uisabilily benefits . 49. Superior Health Senice, Pro-Active Care Network, llralllicai. inanagemriil solutions for employers, patlial self r.uMling claim .<( of employer health and welfare plans. Provider service network for employer, lo .cc.,1 ,li,counted health care service, lulemel iiaied Iitallti care managment and resources, 50. Toast masters - Howies Rise N Shine Informational booth - !ea<o how to improve your public apes!ua| siulla 51. VIlas County Public Health Department Blastom.vcosis, lyme disease, adult cardiovascular risk reduction noMliHood, walkers program. M.A. outreach for VII.s C.unt r Residents I obacco t'l-ee Coalition MaUiiali «»iuenis, Special Appearances: Buckle Bear Vince & Lai-ry Skeleton Turkey Sponsored by Howard Young Health Care, Inc P.O. Box 470 - 240 Maple Street, Woodruff, WI 54568 715-356-8000 A Rural Regional Health Care System

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