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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Two new honorary members of the Linn County Medical Society were picfured Thurs- day night with the newly-elected president. (The honorary members are Dr. Adolph L Sahs of the University of Iowa, left, and Mrs. Howard Hall, Cedar Rapids. The new president is Dr. H. R. Hirleman, background. Honorary Doctors Named Two honorary members were named and. hew officers were elected Thursday night at the Linn County Medical Society meeting at Mercy hos- pital. The honorary members are Mrs. Howard Hall of Cedar. Hapids and Dr. -Adolph L. Sahs of Iowa City. The honor is voted to persons who have made outstanding contribu- tions to the medical profession or to 'then- community. Mrs. Hall along with .her late husband developed the Margaret and Howard Hall Radiation center in Cedar, Rapids, as well as the Hall- mar convalescent center. Mr. Hall had served for many years on the lay board of trustees of Mercy hospital. Mrs. Hall has continued to support and. develop many of the projects which the couple started before Mr. Hall's death. Dr. Sahs is soon to retire as chairman of the department of neurology at the University, of Iowa, a position he.has held since 1947. He.has been an in- ternationally known leader in that specialty.: He has contributed hundreds of articles lo medi- cal literature and has revised an outstanding book on neu- rology. Dr. Sahs has served as teacher and consultant to nearly all of the physicians who were present for Thurs- day's meeting. Medical society officers elected for the coming year r Drs. H. R. Hirleman, pres ident; C. R. presi dent-elect; James F. Stiles vice-president, and Richard L Sedlacek, secretary-treasurer Murder Trial of Youngbear To Begin Monday TOLEDO District Judge Harold D. Victor refused Wednesday to delay the murder Sentence Reduced in Robbery, Extortion FORT DODGE (UPI) A Waukegan, 111., man had his life sentence in prison for bank rob- bery reduced by a federal judge here. Ralph Gambin, 26, had been sentenced to life in prison for his part in the robbery and extortion .of the Capital City bank in Des Moines and its president, Warren Ferguson, Sept., 1973. Gambin was ordered held in federal prison for 20 years by Judge. William Hansen here. The reduction in Gambin's sen- tence follows a series iof psy- chiatric tests. Football Field 0 e 1 w e i i Community school boart Wednesday authorized work to taling to improve drain- age at the high school footbal' field here. teal in Tama county district court of Ellsworth Youngbear, 25, of the Mesquakie Indian set- tlement near Tama, [which, is scheduled for Monday. The request for a continuance came from the defense attorney. He told the judge he does not have time to prepare a defense adequately by Monday. At his request, Judge Victor ordered the prosecutor, County Attorney Jared 0. Bauch, to turn over any evidence and evi- dence (beneficial to the de- Youngbear is accused of shooting Vincent Lasley, 19, also of the Indian settlement, Feb. 23 during a party at the Clyde Papakee home on the settle- ment. He pled innocent to an open charge of murder March 20. District Judge Louis W. Schultz ordered in March that Young hear could post ten per- cent of his bond of or corporate security bond for his release from the Mar shall county jail, which he did He is presently working a :loridian Train Has New Mishap SEYMOUR, Ind. (AP) Se n cars of a Chicago-to-Mian carrying 117 passenge eft the tracks near here Fr ay, an Amtrak spokesmf aid. Seventeen passengers we lightly injured or asked to xamined at a hospital. It was the second time in ays a passenger train was c ailed in Indiana. Each tin- he train was the Floridian. 'OPEN MOTHER'S DAY 8 to Mother's Day LOWERS They're Some thing Special when they're from Willy's! Because at Willy's wearrange them like we'd like to receive even make special designs and arrangements. Lovely cymbidium orchids in a vase arrangement with cameo. A Special way to Say "I Love You, Mom." LASTING PLANTS HYDRANGEAS DAISIES MUMS GERANIUMS GLOXINIAS MAGNIFICENT CUT FLOWERS and CORSAGES CARNATIONS ROSES OTHERS! FOR IM.KNTY OK IIKI.I'.CAI.I. floral FIRST AVE. SIS-DELIVERY SEKVICE-3S3-2675 Open Monday Tliroiiuli Saturday 8-5_______ City. He is under t upervision of the sixth judici ommunity court services. Little want ads do big job 'ry one and see for yourse 3ial 398-8234. Company Pushes Investigation into Thefts of Wire WILTON Investigation is continuing in the case of the recent theft of pounds of lid copper wire from the lines Kartern Light and Paw- Cooperative in Clinton coun- and a similar earlier inci- nt in DCS Moines county. The reward offered by e cooperative for information iding to the arrest and con- clion of Hie thieves slill .inds. Officials of Hie Wilton-based wcr supplier, angered by the eft that cost the UEC about for loss of wire and for
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