Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1967 · Page 13
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

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Around the Rotunda Times Herald, Orroll, la. C •a'nrday, Nov. 18, 1967 ** Ray to Decide Whether to Run for Governor in Near Future By Harrison Weber DES MOINES - Republican State Chairman Robert Ray, who is being encouraged by some to run for governor, says he will make known his intentions "in the very near future." When pressed for a more definite time, Ray said it would be in a matter of weeks. The GOP chieftain said he has been receiving a lot of encouragement to seek the gubernatorial nomination. "Whatever has occurred, has occurred naturally. I have not been initiating it," he said in re- sponse to a question. What about criticism of using the chairmanship as a springboard to the nomination? "I take this position. If I feel that I would be more effective running for office and feel I could do the best job representing the party, then I should consider it (running for governor)." Ray said in fairness to evry- pne who is interested in what is happening, he hoped to make up his mind soon. "Should I run,, it will make no difference whether Gov. Hughes runs or not," Ray stated. There is increasing speculation that Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper will not seek re-election and that Gov. Harold Hughes, a Democrat, might run for the Senate. This could lead to a wide-open gubernatorial primary, especially for the Republicans. Already five possible candidates, in addition to Ray, are being mentioned for the governor's race. They are Robert Beck, Centerville; Senators Max Mills, Marshalltown and Tom Riley, Cedar Rapids; Donald Johnson, West Branch, and Rep. Maurice Van Nostrand, Council Bluffs. SNAKE MAGIC FAILED NAGPUR, India (AP) - A sadhu (Hindu holy man) arrested for being in alleged possession of 30 bottles of illicit liquor sought his release through snake magic but failed. A policeman standing on duty near the sadhu's cell was bitten by a snake. The sadhu claimed credit for this and threatened to call for more snakes unless he was immediately freed. The police officer accepted the challenge but no more snakes appeared. The sadhu and the snake bite remedy remain in custody. Hospital to Computerize its Reporting (By Iowa Dally Press Assn.) MAQUOKETA— Jackson County Public Hospital, Maquoketa, has announced plans to computerize its accounting and government reporting systems. Jon Jensen, administrator of the hospital, said that by April of 1968 Jackson County Public will be one of the first small hospitals in the state to make use of data processing. "Hospitals for some time have been aware of the advantages of data processing,' Jensen said. "However, not until recently has it been financially feasible for s m a 1 Shark-Snouted . . . Navy armored air cushion vehicle churning across San Francisco Bay on a training run is a fierce performer as well as looker. After eight months' river patrol service in Vietnam, three of the Bell-built vehicles returned to the United States for modifications. hospitals such as ours to make use of computers." Jensen said the decision to utilize computers was based on the increasing costs of patient care and the growing administrative work load. The 121-bed hospital has been operating since 1950 and currently has a staff of 240 persons. The hospital operates un- der an annual budget of $1.4 million. "It would be impractical to buy our own computer. Instead, we will be participating in a commercial shared computer system, whereby we share the operation of a centrally located computer with other hospitals by means of a data terminal at our hospital connected to the computer by telephone lines." The system, known as the Shared Hospital Accounting and Information Program, is being implemented on a utility basis by Executive Data Systems, Inc., Cedar Rapids. 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