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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             that makes mil North lowans neighbors VOL 113 United loUnuttout Full Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1H3 UOe t CoiwUti of Two One tto 214 BYEARLUBELL New York Herald Tribune Newsservice 1CHey mtn has an vision of medical practice for the future that is bound to doctors hospital administrators a n d government officials angrier than a patient contemplating his medical bills That dream includes such emotionprovoking items as banding almost all doctors into groups rather than solo prac tice operating hospitals oper ating r o o ms and kitchens aroundtheclockand relegating government participation to providing the money but not the management And if the future repeats the Bastto any extent Mr Heyman has a good chance of seeing that vision become reality He has been called a man who strikes out in a thousand direc Good ideas or bad tions at once and unerringly hits the rigiit targets Yet Mr Heyman is not a doctor a hospital official rior a paid government pfficial He is a millionaire who for 30 years has been one of the prime med ical movers in New York He heads the New York Foundation which Shells out a year to support med icine and public health He helped found the Health Insur ance Plan of New York and the Board of Hospitals and he recently headed a Mayors task force on health Mr Heyman intimated jn an interview that the invisible power machinery of New York has already started to churn He said that important people in health and medical matters have already started toward ac tion This is the time to do it Mr Heyman said Ten years from now it will be too late With the cost of medical care in hospitals rising 8 per cent to 10 per cent a year the people DOCTORS Please turn to page 2 SIR HOME Home wins seat in Commons PERTH DouglasHome won a seat Houseof Commons Friday by a whopping 19328vote margin whichij he fb6ped would take ofa bad Con servative party Defeat in anoth er special electionJ Defeat of the prime minister in the safeConservative district of Kinross aridtWest Perthshire would have been unprecedented disaster for the Conservatives would have plunged Britain into A government crisis Instead DouglasHomes big victory was a psychological counter to his loss Thursday night by another big margin of the Commons seat for the district of Luton The Perthshire vote was 14147 Ala stair Duncan Millar Liberal 1 819 Andrew Forrester Labor ite 3752 Arthur Donaldson Scottish Nationalist 1801 Ian Smith Independent 78 William HushtonV Independent 45 and Richard Wort Independent 23 i In a threesided race in the 1959 general election the Con servatives won the same dis trict by a 12000vote margin No one had expected them to come anywhere near that figure this time The 40yearold prime minis ter was a member of the House of Lords until he renounced his earldom to succeed Harold Macmillan r He prepared to return to ton don today for the clash with Harold Wilsons Laborites that Will come with the opening of the new parliamentary session Tuesday It was vital for Sir Alecs political future that he gain a House of Commons seat Noth ing in the British Constitution so states but it is regarded as imperative in the second half of the 20th century that a British prime minister answer for the conduct of his government ui the popularly elected Commons Sir Alec told a news confer ence Luton was the last page of the chapter and KinrossWest Perth was the first page of the new North Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness Fri day night andSaturday with fog likely extreme east in morning hows Lows Friday night upper Ms to mid 46s Satvrday in upper 50s Weather on Page 2 deal nee at prison gains made u Secretary of State that some progress has been made m negotiations to sell American wheat to the Soviet Union But he said he did not know whether a deal would be completed Asked at a news conference why there was so much secrecy surrounding the talks here Rusk said est to disclose the details Rusk joked to newsmen tha ie would be glad to tell them he details if you would not tel the Soviet Union r meeting againjErjday oh the proposet million Sale He said he could not go into further details at this time Rusks comments on the wheat deal came amid indications here and in Moscow that the stalled negotiations were moving again President Kennedy conferrec advisers Thursday with his about the wheat sale negotia ipns Administration officials raid the talks were making progress again after weeks oJ deadlock over shipping rates Soviet Premier Khrushchev also Nikit s told visiting American corporation execu ives in Moscow Thursday that talks were going better It was reported that a B T a jam was broken at a meeting Wednesday between Undersecre tary of State W Ball and Sergei Borisov the chief Soviet negotiator Before his statement Thurs Yugoslav did curb A 11141 day that the atmosphere had improves Khrushchev had com plained aboujt higher US ship ping rates and said he might cancel plans to buy US wheat Inside The Globe BARRY favored in New Hampshire primary Page 2 Ttrtnrrir aivcr 113 KUOKY KEEPS shaking m8htsession since taking hands and smiling Page 3 ui me Editorials 4 measure is strewn with 47 addi Mason City news amendments aimed ei Latest markets at paring the authorization Soefetv Jor restricting how the funds be 1 y IIV FKOSt OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dean Rusk fore into Con gress Friday for trying to alter the course of the administra tions foreign policy Inunusually blunt terms he said Congress is trying to legis late foreign policy and said the President will get the blame if things go wrong Rusk told a news conference that he is very much disturbed very much concerned about what he fsaid was a tendency of Congress to try to build into law attitudes on foreign aid Turning its back on the White House and on its own leaders ihe Senate voted to ban aid to Yugoslavia and the United Arab Republic Despite administration wishes for a free hand the Senate Thursday nailed these prohibi tions into the foreign aid author ization bill and approved anoth Jr amendment to keep the lid on assistance to Indonesia For good measure the Senate approvedstill another ban on to nations whose fish ng policies violate freedom of he seas Administration forces clearly were reeling as the Senate closed up shop afterits first tightsession since taking up foreign aid a week ago Monday news Sports news North Iowa news WORKER SAFEWitti the shovS a rF6 rescue Kenneth 24 j16 and another sewer construction worker were buried in th collapse of a trench eight feet1 deep Kalph Shaneman 49 was dead when rescue workers reached him 40 minutes afterthe sidesvof the trench in Abromski escaped injury in the Loveland incident Rock Island battle is growing more intense Clear Lake news A voice vote brought home e amendment to deny Presi 14dent Kennedy any discretionto U Provide military or economic VA tv imv assistance to Communist Yugo 17 NEW YORK Union Pacific Railroad says its merg er offer to Rock Island Railroad stockholders will not be sweet ened if the offer is rejected Nov 15 That is when 11000 Rock Is and shareholders will decide in effect whether to sell their to the Union Pacific or eave the way open for a coun er offer by the Chicago North Western Railway Arthur E Stpddard president of the UP said his companys bid of 718 UP shares for each Rock Island share was fair and generous and that no in crease is warranted dont have to have the Europe WASHINGTON AP The United States has rnllidn invested in tanks artillery trucks and other equipment stockpiled in Western Europe for Army divisions airlifted from this country The cost of that twodivision stockpile was learned Friday by Th6 Associated Press The 2nd Armored Division flown to West Germany nearly three weeks ago in Exercise Rock Island There are firms OLD STUFF DALLAS Cautious on news FORT MADISON UPI A broke out amohf inmates at the Iowa Peniten tiary Friday just 8 days after an uprising at the Mens re formatory at Anamosa GoyNHarold Hughes from his statehouse office in Des Moines confirmed that an inmate pro test was under way He saidhe had been informed that about 300 prisoners had congregated in the exercise yards and were milling around Hughes stid officials had beenunable to determine the cause of the and ai this point there was no dam age that we are aware A spokesman forthe governor paid are in with the prison and the board o control inx maintaining contact The spokesman said it had been agreedby Hughes and members of the board to be cautious11 fbout the release of informa tion concerning the incident Except the brief state ment from the governors office a blackout was clamped o news reports Warden John Bennett refused to accept telephone calls switchboard operators at prison declined to comment and the on i n u uu the situation and dismissed calls with we have to keep the lines open The cautious official atti tude was prompted by the con up more the troyersy over the Oct 31 rising at Anamosa where than a quartermillion dollars damage was caused by inmates who touched off a fire in tailor shop That outbreak of violence was quelled with the aid of a special committeeof prisoners but an nvestigation by the Board Control was continuing other PUce department here taf iss pie ta ha for Wall Street1 stock Highway PaSn m sit but Iowa had ar said Friday they asked a 70yearold man if he wanted to press charges against his landlady in the arm Navy he said I dont think so She shot me once before and I didnt do anything BULLETIN HELSINK1 Finnair crashed into small island Bothnia killing 18 of 21 board Finland UPI DC3 airliner a forest on a in the Gulf of apparently persons on Photofax HEADS FOR George Montgomery heads for a courtroom in Los Angeles where he testified that his for mer housekeeper Ruth Wen zel upper followed h i m across country for two years before a shot at him in his home She jis charged with assault with in tent to commit murder and Burglary Miss Wenzel is ac cusedof firing a shot at Mont gomery last Aug 27 as he en tered his home in Van Nuys Calif V ptUS V forces in Britain WASHINGTON UPI v Defense Department announcec Friday that 2650 American military personnel and 41 bomb ers and tanker planes will be withdrawn from Britain by July The withdrawal involves the closing of two of four bases in Britain used by B47 Jombers and the return to the US of 19 bombers and 22 tank er planes The reduction amounts to ap proximately 10 per cent since here are now 25000 US mill tary personnel and approxi mately 35000military depend ents in Great Britain In London informed sources described the move as the first r in aseries of reductions in US i bomber jet interceptor and air transport units in Britain Spain andt France The cuts will be made during the next nine months it was said It was announced here how ever that US nuclear power ivailable for free world de ense is being increased by the addition of Polaris submarine vxuBku of each armed with 16 missiles The subs are being produced at the rate of one a month The Pentagon safd the re shuffle is part of the change in the composition oJ a rived in the city and vverp at HSstrategic forces as opera Polaris and landbased missiles increase rapidly in numbers and are able to as sume a growing share of stra egic missions The Air Force said recently hat more than J50 US inter continental missiles now are ready to fire The US nuclear force is manifestly superior to the Soviet Unions the Pentagon tatement said In fact the Soviets are estimated to have nly a fraction as many ICBM missiles Big Lift has been using about million of this gear in war games near the Iron Curtain After the maneuvers the 2nd Armored will return the rough ly the 4000 ar mored personnel carriers trucks jeeps and other equip ment to depots west of the Rhine River Then the outfit will be flown back to its home base at Ft Hood Tex Enough heavy gear for an ar mored division and an infantry division was stockpiled in Ger manjj and France during the Berlin crisis two years ago The stated purpose is to per mit a swift reinforcement from the United States during a time of tension preceding a possible armed clash with the Russians and their satellites Information on the stockpile Indicated that the 4th Infantry million Division at Ft Lewis Wash is ticketed for emergency service in Europe if needed A rundown on the cost of the preposition equipment for two divisions and 10 supporting units showed 2nd Armored Di cost of equipment plus spares worth for an overall total of 4th Infantry ment cost spares for a total of Zol Supporting units equipment million spares mil lion total million Also figured in is a basic load of ammunition w or t h about bringing the grand total for the stockpile to The lesser equipment cost for an infantry division stems from the fewer vehicles it uses com pared with an armored division Inmates n u m be r gripes Causes of Anamosa riot FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES AP T he State Board of Control reported to Gov Harold Hughes late Thursday it had been unable to pinpoint the actual cause of rioting at the Anamosa Mens Reformatory but knew many of the causes associated with it These involved an assortment of complaints about reforma tory practices which have been or will be corrected In this re gard prisoners are receiving im provements they sought among them preparation of food and management of the kitchen the board said The report also said it has agreed to study a list of other complaints including one that inmates be paid more than the 4 to 8 cents an hour wage rate m the prison industries The board said this is now above the national average hi prisons and costs are limited by state appropriations Thei report expressed confidence in Ray Purcell warden of the John Bennett warden of the Iowa Penitentiary and Ben Baer state director of correctional in stitutions The board said the reason Purcell offered to resign before the riot occurred was that he thought hehad been given con Actingorders onchanging the work schedule for inmates in he tailor shop This is one of the things Gov Hughes had de manded to know Purcell was in Des Moines meeting with the board on Oct 31 the dayof the riot Twentysix prisoners believed to ringleaders in the disturbance previously Had been transferred to thepenitentiary at Fort Madison The report said the prisoners complaint of harassment of in mates by certain employes has been dealt with through changes made last Friday Others will be made as we ind people not carrying out their functions in a proper man ner the board said The report said the inmates lad only planned to go on a lunger strike to call attention to grievances but a costly fire was set in the tailor shop other minor fires started and equip ment was damaged Loss was fixed at more than The board said that it was not determined who started the fires It added that if any in mates who committed acts of vandalism are identified they vill b e punished individually but added a pledge of no mass reprisals The report noted that several iuards were disliked by the in mates and a yard captain who seemed to be the focal point has resigned One of the complaints about commissary prices was that prisoners are charged a carton for cigarettes The re port said this is less than the cost outside Following is a list of griev ances submitted by the inmates at a meeting in Anamosa Thursday night 1 Condition of chow and chow lall 2 Commissionary prices 3 Wage increases 4 Visiting room conditions 5 Harassment by officials in he yard 6 Rats in the cell house and ce s on flag lower tier of 7 Old dirty mattresses on the unks 8 Inform the newspapers for the real reason of this disturb INMATES Please turn to page 2 SAME DATEltttHl   

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