THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. Mexican Tennis Team Confident DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Confident Pancho Contreras says his hot Mexican Davis Cup team will gain a 3-2 victory over the best Uncle Sam can put into the Zone finals. Conf.reras. the Mexican captain, said Wednesday his team would take the doubles matches and two singles matches in the competition July 31-Aug. 2. The Mexican coach said he thought the doubles play was the ke,y to victory for his team and that he believed Mexico could win regardless of the opposition. Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox, the big guns -of the Mexican team and both former Wimbledon champions, are more than a match for anything the U.S team can muster, Contreras said. The U.S coach, longtime tennis pro Pancho Gonzales, said the U.S team depth will overwhelm the Mexicans. Oonzales said Mexico has only two players — Palafox and Osunacs~ to carry the load, while the U.S. team has at least four, Dennis Ralston, Arthur Ashe, Ham Richardson and Marty Riessen. who rould beat the Mexican stars. Ashe, a UCLA student who is the first Negro to play on the U.S. Davis Cup team, was picked as the No. 2 man behind Ralston Minor League Results By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 3, Columbus 2 Syracuse 6, Jacksonville 5 Atlanta 3, Rochester 2, 11 innings Toledo 10, Buffalo 1 Ppciflc Coast League Seattlr at Spokane, wet grounds San r'iego 5, IndianapoUs 1 Arkansas 7, Denver 0 Oklahoma City 2, Salt Lake 1 Tacoma 3, Portland l Hawaii 4, Vancouver 0 IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINE Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota .. 58 34 .630 — Baltimore ... 54 37 -.593 ZV* Chicago 51 38 .573 5'/2 Cleveland ... 52 39 .571 5Va Detroit ... 50 39 .562 6V& New York ... 48 48 .489 13 Los Ang-eles . 44 49 .473 14Vfe Washington ..38 55 .409 20Va Bostoti .. 33 57 i367 24 Kansas City . 28 58 .326 27 Wednesday's Results Minnesota 8-11, Boston 6-8 Baltimore 1-9, Kansas City 0-2 New York 7, Chicago 6, 10 innings Los Angeles 2, Washington 0, 10 innings Detroit 10-2, Cleveland '5-1 Today's Games Minnesota at Boston Chicago at New York Kansas City at Baltimore, N Los Angeles at Washington, N Friday's Games New York at Cleveland, N Los Angeles at Boston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N Kansas City at Washington, N Chicago at Detroit, N National League W. L. Pet. G.B., Los Angeles 57 39 .594 — Cincinnati 52 41 .559 3M> Milwaukee .. 50 40 .556 4 San Francisco 49 40 .551 4 1 A> Philadelphia 47 44 .516 7 1 /. St. Louis 46 47 .495 9'A Pittsburgh . .. 48 47 .495 9Vz Chicago 43 51 .457 13 Houston .41 49 .456 13 New York . 30 63 .323 25V4 Wednesday's Results San -Francisco 5, Cincinnati 4, 11 innings Chicago 8, Philadelphia 7, 10 inning New York 1, Pittsburgh 0 Houston 2, St. Louis 0. Milwaukee 6, Los Angeles 4 Today's Games Philadelphia at Chicago Cincinnati at San Francisco St. Louis at Houston, N Milwaukee at Los Angeles. N Friday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at New York, J* Cincinnati at Houston, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Milwaukee at San Francisco, N Questions About Health Care Plans for Elderly Answered By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) — Here are the questions and two big new answers on government health programs for the elderly in the Social Security health care bill agreed on .Wednesday by Senate-House conferees: Brown Denies Girl's Charges CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — The prosecution was to cross examine today pro footb.all star Jim Brown, who has denied having sexual relations with an 18-year-old girl or beating her up as she claims. Brends Ayres, a slender, 108- pound high school dropout, has accused Brown of slapping her on the face, stomach and hip in his motel room the night of June 19. She also has testified they had sex relations after he had given her whisky. Brown, a 230-pound fullback for the Cleveland Browns, testified for 23 minutes Wednesday in an assault and battery trial which he asked for. He said the girl's accusation that she had sexual relations with him eight times during their acquaintance were "absolutely false." He also said the alleged assault and battery charge "was completely false." Brown said the girl came to his motel room at 3 a.m. June 20, that he talked to her and then went to play golf. He said he used the room as a sort of retreat, but it is not his. Insurance City TqurneyOpens 'HARTFORD, Conm (AP) — win," was Garner prediction as the A 271 will Dickinson's $70,000 Insurance City Open Golf Tournament got under way today at the Wethersfield Country Club. If so, Dickinson, sore elbow and all, should have no trouble copping the $11,000 first prize if he displays the form he showed Wednesday in the- pro-am preliminary Dickinson carded a five-under par 66 for the top prize in the $4,000 warmup in which each pro was teamed with three amateurs. The tournament is scheduled to wind up Sunday before work television cameras. net- Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Al Jackson Mets, pitched 'no-hit ball until Willie Stargell singled with one out in the eighth inning and wound up with two-hit, l-o victory over Pittsburgh that ended New York's 10-game losing streak. BATTING — Tony Oliva, Twins, collected five straigM hits as American League leading Minnesota started doubleheader sweep by downing Boston 8-6 in first game. Q. I will soon be 65. What are ;he health programs in the bill which will affect me? A* It contains a basic plan covering chiefly ' hospitalifeation and a voluntary supplemental plan paying mostly doctors' bills. You will be eligible for benefits under both when you become 65. Q. „ How do I qualify under these plans? A. You will be covered under ihe basic plan whether you have Social Security status or not. For the supplemental plan, you will be given the opportunity to enroll. Q. What are the benefits of ;he hospital plan? A. The basic plan pays for 90 days of hospitalizatlon during each spell of illness. It also offers up to 100 days of nursing home care after the hospital stay, outpatient hospital diagnostic, services, and up to 100 home health visits.after hospitalization. Q—Is hospital treatment for mental illness included? A. Yes, but with a lifetime limit of 190 days. Q. How about'the supplemental medical plan? A. This pays for doctors' bills in the home, at the doctor's office, and in the hospital. In addition, it covers a range of services not paid for by the basic plan, including diagnostic X-ray and laboratory services outside the hospital, radium therapy, ambulance services, casts, braces, prosthetic devices, rental of iron lungs and oxygen tents. Treatment outside of the hospital for mental or per- sonality'disorders would be limited in a year to $250 or 50 per cent of the expenses,'whichever is smaller. Q. What Would I have to pay under these plans? .• .- . A. Under the basic plan, you would pay the first $40 cost of a hospital stay in each spell of illness. In addition, if your stay lasted longer th^n 60 days, you would pay $10 of the cost of hospitalization for each day beyond 60 up to a maximum of 30 additional days. For the outpatient hospital diagnostic services, you would pay the first $20 charge for tests during a 20-day period. You also would pay 20 per cent of the cost above the $20. Q. And the supplemental plan? A. If you decide to enroll in this, you would pay $3 a month in premiums, to be matched by the federal government. It would be $6 a month for a.cou- ple. In addition, you would pay a $50 annual deductible..on the total of bills covered by the pjlan and you would pay 20 per cent of the total charges above the $50. Q. Are these figures permanent? A. Not necessarily. The deductibles in the basic plai- and the premiums in the voluntary plan could be raised in tut future if medical costs increase. Q. When do the plans take effect? A. All of the benefits under the basic plan would begin July 1, 1966, except for nursing home care, which would start Jan. 1, 1967. The supplemental plan would begin July 1, 1986. Q. What are the principal health costs which will not be covered by the health plans? A. Drugs used outside the hospital, dental expenses including dentures, routine physicals, eyeglasses, Despite and these hearing exclusions, aids, however, the sponsors say the plans should cover about 60 per cent of the average medical costs of elderly persons. Q. Will it be possible to buy private insurance to pay for the: items not included hi the two! government plans? | A. Health insurance industry : officials say that almost cer-> tainly private firms will offer supplementary policies. These, they say, could cover the extra cost-of private roofs, private nurses, additional days in the hospital, dentist bills, and out- of- hospital drugs. Meanwhile, of course, any .elderly person holding a private health policy should continue, it'until the effective dates for the government program. He should consult with his insurance agent about the-wisdom'of continuing his policy or perhaps switching to a supplementary one after the federal benefits begin. • Q. Now that the conferees have agreed, what happens to the bill? A. it goes back to the Senate and House. Both chambers afe expected to. vote final approval next week. Day in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, July 22, the 203rd day of 1965. There are 162 days left in the year. Today's highlight .in history: On this date in 1587, 91 men, 17 - w o m e n, and 9 children reached the American coast at Roanoke, Va. Nearly four years later, a relief expedition arrived from England, but found the the colony had disappeared. History has never solved the mystery of the "Lost Colony." completed the first around-the- world solo airplane flight. In 1934, Midwestern desperado John Dillinger was shot to death by FBI agents in Chicago. Ten years ago — the United States charged that between 50 and 60 Americans were held by the Chinese Communists—some sentenced as spies, others denied visas. . Five years ago—The U.N. Security Council adopted a resolution asking Belgium to withdraw its forces from the Congo. One year ago — Riots continued between Malays and Chinese in Singapore, pushing the two-day death toll to 16. Accidents are the chief cause of death among Americans between the ages of 1 and 34. Harden Named MC for Dinner Dr. Edgar L Harden, presi dent of Northern Michigan University, will be master of ceremonies for the testimonial dinner being held in honor of Congressman Raymond F eleven ger, it was announced by Carmen DelliQuadri, general chairman. Postmaster General John A. iGronouski will be the principal 1 speaker at the event which is f scheduled for 6 p.m. at the House j of Ludington, Escanaba, July 27. i DelliQuadri reported that the ticket sale is brisk and It Is anticipated that a capacity crowd will attend the dinner. Another dinner is being held at noon on the same day in Mackinaw City for persons living in the Eleventh District counties below the Straits. The Rev. Louis C. 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