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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                500 Are Expected For Riley Tribute An audience of more than 500 is expected to hear U. Cov. Ncu address the "Salute to Tom liiley" fund-raising dinner at 7 p.m. Thursday ballroom, it was i Wednesday. Road Unit Airs Inflated Bids Due To Lack of Fuel AMES The Iowa highway commission Wednesday debated at Armarlwhat steps can or should be announced j taken to prevent bidders from (taking advantage of fuel and! The Cedar Kapids Guzelle: Wed.. Jan. 9, 1974 ftfarion Man independence Hikes Rates at Hospital INDEPENDENCE -Room rates at Peoples Memorial hos- pital were increased by the A Marion man suffered minor} board of trustees Tuesday night. The new rates will go into ef- In a separate supply shortages. The discus-' injuries Tuesday night when hisi Linn county Republican Chair- sion came as the commission'car slid into a train on Blairsjfcct Feb- 15, according to Tom man Burt Day of Center Point, discussed low bids received on Ferry road at the Illinois Ccn-iMcNeal' adminlstrat01'- called a meeting of the GOPitwo asphalt products. sl of Private rooms in tl central committee at Armar im-i The bids were based on DC- ul care center were rai: mediately following Riley ccmln-r, 1973, prices but were' {dinner. Day explained I Point road. A Snowy Sentiment Pholoi Ly L. W. Ward the v D regular to have qualified to allow price in- the acute raised from to S45 per day and semi- creases dependent upon existing at the lime of shipment. Gerald R. Castecl, 2135 rooms, to This is view drive in Marion, was treat-! the first rate increase at the ed for minor facia, injuries at i Tuesday night's snowfall carried a message -for one Cedar Rapids bride wiih iho resistance of her husband of seven months, that is. Persons looking into the Memorial plaza on May's Island from high downtown vantage points were greeted Wednesday morning with the message: "Paula I Love Paula Karas, who works on the 14th floor of the IE Tower, was informed of the snowy sentiment about a.m. by co-workers. Mrs. Karas said her husband, Rex, works until 1 a.m. at Collins Radio, and apparently tromped the message in the snow after work. Although not forewarned, Mrs. Karas told The Gazette, "He told me ho had a surprise for me." isn't any special day -for the Karas', Paula said, "he just must have felt like doing if." The couple lives at 3920 Sherman street NE. .........o uu mi Hllltui IdUldl _n been Wednesday evening but "It seems to IDC that there st ,.kov ,hpn Room rates at since many members will be at-arc vendors in this as in other! .nursing care facility were tending the Hiley dinner the industries that are taking ad-jleasc'd- Thc cnarBe for mceling was rescheduled of Commis-i semi-private rooms will he Thursday. ision Director Joseph tasted applied his brakes, pivate rooms without baths, 515, jbut due to the ice and snow oniand private rooms with baths, was unable to stop. He! slid into the left front of the; rate increase at the ain. j nursim; cnre center is Ihe first The deputies said the Ilie building was changed was traveling about 17 mphilo a term care center in when the accident occurred. j 1058 at which lime the new acute; cere hospislal was opened. SSTSj Retired U. of Iowa your threats, Commissioner Athletic Staffer Dies I of land behind Ihe nursing care building to The dinner is lo pay tribute: said, to State Sen. Riley (R-C'edarj lie suggested that bids might Rapids) for his career in negotiated if there is reason legislature and to raise funds for his campaign for the GOP nomination for Second district congressman lions. in the 1974 elcc- to believe a bidder is simply taking advantage of the short-; ages. "What you say is true, but all you are doing is threatening j Watergate Was 'Massive Civics Class1: Inouye DETROIT (AP) Three doc- tors and two hospita! been charged in a ?1 lawsuit with conspiring to per- form allegedly unneeded experi- mental brain surgery on a iroit man in 1972. The suit alleges the lid not pro Chickensky, the experimental surgery. Lawrence Charfoos, C ensky's attorney, said former tool-and-die maker had suffered from epilepsy and men- tal illness problems before the surgery at Providence hospital, f, Charfoos said the operation left Chickensky in a worsened condi- tion requiring permanent con- Saii finement in an institution. Leading Advocate Ernst Rodin, a leading vocale of "psycho-surgery" brain surgery to alter behavior was one of the named in the suit. Rodin, medical director of the Epilepsy Center of was one of several doctors for- bidden by a last summer to perform psycho- surgery on violence-prone mates at a state hospital. Chickensky's su.it Rodin was involved in the plan- ning of Chickensky's operation. Attorneys Form Unit To Prevent Poor Advocacy 'NEW YORK (UPI) legal profession, worried by the performance of some trial law- y e r E practicing in courts, has taken a m toward eliminating "inferior ad- vocacy. Chief Judge Irving Kaufman of the U.S. court of appeals for the second circuit, which compasses New York, Connec- ticut, and Vermont, announced the formation of an IB-member panel of legal experts to study the problem of attorneys "demonstrate a lack of experi- ence, competence and integri- ty." Robert Clare, president of the American College of Trial Law- yers, was named chairman ol the group, called the Committee on Qualifications To Practice Be- fore the United Stales Courts in the Second Circuit. The circuit is second in pres- tige to (he U.S. supreme court The formation of Ihe committee, Kaufman said, was in response "to a growing concern over cri- licism of the legal profession." The advisory group, the firsl of its kind in the nation, is ex peeled lo lay I he groundwork for Ihe formation of similai committees in olher fedora court districts. Kaufman and Chief Justice Wnrrcn Burger have both been critical in recent speeches of Ihe lime consuming and inefficiciv Irinl conduct of some defense nllorncys ant! prosecutors. flfcimr ffiupita to-tin Mm SconS nC "J. bust riled Suggests Design Changes For Mini -Subs WASHINGTON (AP) A said the operation performed on Chickensky of experts studying the death of two researchers las the boring of two in a submersible vessel of the frontal lobe of Florida coast has called for Electrodes were then changes to improve i lo destroy brain system's safety. to be causing panel recommendec behavior, the in configuration, life components and operat re characteristics of the sub Needed Johnson Sea-Link, said even if vessel for underwatei and his family had. of the experimental Sea-Link, which wa possible consequences by the Smithsonian In e operation there was no became trapped las the 17 while recovering fis n client was never near the wreckage of th any crime in his Fred T. Barry off Ke "They said he was Fla. wife on occasion, several unsuccessful a was no indication of the vessel was freed th incidents with day. Two men in In named as defendants compartment were saf i" suit filed Monday were two in the rear compart Ogura, Chickensky's Albert Stover and Claytoi Northville State hospital; had died from the effect Ortiz, a carbon dioxide. 5f performed the panel of experts, invitee Medical Center, the Smithsonian to inves s where Chickensky was Ihe tragedy, completed for surgery; and study Monday by re hospital, where it that the submersibl e is basically a sound one. sale! that it will never b( lleges to eliminate all risl from deep sea. research. Howev the panel recommendec Ihese technical changes. Sicily of potential snags fight broke in front of the equipment's exterior. font at the re-evaluation of. the vessel's 1 church of the support system within the Angelo Bottaro arrived of operating require baptized. Three persons, a policeman, were a means of observing y the and 15 others charged water temperature. with the said the Police Chief at step or parents separated 15 days after their Is Namec the mother, Melina if 20, and her family 49, of Marquetlc wa Is infant to the church, police chief of that com i Pasquale Bottaro, Wednesday. with his community has bee broke out an officer since las two families in front of when Marshal Ala font and police was relieved of his dutie to break it the mayor. U. S. Judge Prohibits Minors' Sterilization MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A federal judge issued guide- lines Tuesday that prohibit the tcrilization of any, inslitu- ionalized mental patient in Ala- jama under 21 years of age ex- cept in a case of "medical ne- cessity." Judge Frank Johnson, also said sterilization should be used only when temporary mea- aures of birth control are inade- quate. direct evidence of a change in Juban policy toward Washing- ;on before the two nations can :hink realistically about an end ;o their 13-year estrangement. No Clarification By laic Tuesday it was learned that the administration lad decided not to initiate al- .empts to clarify Cuba's posi- ion. The Cuban ambassador in Mexico, Fernando Lopez Muino, caught officials by surprise Monday night by telling news- men that Cuba is prepared to discuss a restoration of rela- ions with the U. S. once the lemispheric embargo of the Caribbean island is lifted. It was the first time in the memory of Cuban experts here km Pmlnuo patil al Cedar Roplila, Iowa. l olil I 5 o Ho moS lUbKi P "nvlno Ooicllo carrier lorvlco. Clearance! Women's Krinkle Stretch Boots 9 Regularly 12.00 The most popular boot in town for fit and good looks. Sizes are broken, to 10. Assorlod colors lo choose from. Downstairs Budget Store anil Lliulalo Plaza ALL SALES Want ads will find buyers for terns you no longer use! Dial J98-8234. Commissioner Harry Reed of Wintcrsel said, j "We're compelled lo go oulj and seek bids and take the Davis. 82' a member bid." Coupal disagreed saying jof the University of Iowa athlet- "We are not compelled to staff for 24 Vears Prior to his ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UPI) low Undcr normal several years Community Housing, Inc. The housing agency would use the land to construct additional low rent housing units. Senator Daniel Inouye (D-Ha- a Watergate committee member, says the affair has provided Americans with "a massive civics Class." Speaking before persons at tire Rochester Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner, In- ouye said press coverage of Watergate-linked matters had made Americans more interest- ed in, and acquainted with, their government than ever before. He urged Americans lo learn from the lessons of Watergate and make it "serve as a mid- wife during the bicentennial re- birth of this nation in 1976." "But if we should decide to let business go on as 'usual, then we have no alternative but to term Watergate as a national he said. dilions the bidding Wednesday in dffccls both buyer and seller, but I don't think these are nor- mal situations." But Reed said, "If you don't .ake the low bid, you are open- Ing yourself up for a lol of [lack and I don't want to be ,n the shed' when it starts fly- ing." ion- To Cuba Seen as Doubtful .WASHINGTON (API-Renew- al of diplomatic relations 'with Cuba is not likely to occur in the foreseeable future despite con- ciliatory statements by Cuba's ambassador to Mexico, U. S. of- ficials believe. According to official sources. the U. S. require more that an official of the Cuban government had mentioned, in 3 public forum, the possibility ol renewing relations. At one .poinl in 1972, Prime Minister Fidel Castro said 'he would never ne- gotiate with President Nixon. Cautious Interest The state department ex- pressed Cautious interest at Lo- pez' statements but declined for the time being to attach long-range significance to them. "By themselves, Lopez' com- ments mean one sen- ior official said. "We don't want lo discount them but we don't want to say they have enormous significance." Officials said that perhaps the most compelling reason for pes- iimism over the prospect for a U. S.-Cuban detente is that Cuba has shown no desire to dis- avow its commitment to support revolution' elsewhere in the Hemisphere. Castro reaffirmed the policy last week, just three days after Secretary of Stale Kissinger described 11 as a chief obstacle to rapprochement. Monona Family Flees Home Fire MONONA Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson and their 3-year-old daughter escaped from their blazing farm home about 2 a.m. Wednesday fleeing in only their nightclothes in 13 degree below zero v.'eather. Firemen said Ihe blaze start- ed around an oil furnace. Wilsor vas awakened by the-smell o smoke. The two-slory frame buildini was owned by Dennis Grove. 1 ivas located 2 miles southeast o here. Prince Receives Suspended Term Eldridge E. Prince, 951 01 Vlarion road NE, was sentence :o 30 days in the Linn count; iail Tuesday after pleading uilty to a charge of manner o conveyance. District court Judge Augus ionsell ordered the sentenci :uspended, and placed Prince on probation for one year. Prince had been charged with carding a concealed weapon but pled guilty to the lesser charge. He was accused of car a .32 caliber revolver ii lis car Sept. 14. Judge Honsell said the lesser charge was accepted because 'rince had no previous felony and did not have the gun on his person. a hos-i pital here. Born Sepl. 18, 1882, al j lionville, he was married to He- na Trundy June 30, 1917, .at wa City. He was graduated] om Iowa U. in 1918 and re- eived an MA degree in physi- al education in 1935. He coached at the University Washington, St. Louis, for 16 ears before coming to Iowa, e was a member of the f club Cub Scoufs nd the Elks club. Survivors include his wife; vo daughters, Mrs. Keith Hora City and Mrs. W.M. of Bettendorf; four E Iowa onklin randchildren; one great- randchild, and a brother, Wil- ard of Sun City, Ariz. Services will be Friday at .m. in George L. Gay funera lome, Iowa City. Pack 82 The following boys 'eceived awards at Monroe school: Joe Hidder, Robert (irkpatrick, Stacy Tyler Marlin, Randy Nelson, Jim Grell, Tom Scpville, Tom Seierslod, .Bill Nissen, Willard larmon, Marc Dunmire, Mike Harper and Todd Hoover. Pack 88 The following boys received awards at Madison school: Kevin Uthoff, Brian Cruise, Terry liams, Michael Richardt, Jeff Palmer, John Reeves, Tim. Lindroth, Jeff Clemmens, .David Keese, Don Anderson, Ron Anderson, Rex McCright, Jeff Diekman and Danny Discus. Want ads will help you find ost items, use them for quick results! Dial 398-8234. Men's Wing-Tip Brogues by Churchill Regularly 25.00 The man who knows what's happening prefers our fine English brogues featuring all leather construction. Full lealher lining, double leather soles, plus handsomely grained leather uppers. Black, antique brown. to 11-12 C and D widths. 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