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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Chance of rain (inlay, tonight ninl lomumnv. High (tidiiy In (ills, jow tonight In -IDs, high lo- morrow near 60. VOLUME NUMBF.R 201 :R TAKE LANGUAGES C. Teachers ('five, Reasons (In Section A) LOTS OF HARD WORK Wc'lliiHin. House. Tool; Tint I (In Section B) Section A CITY FINAL 35 CENTS CKDAK ItAPlDS, IOWA, SUNDAY, OCTOBKK 27, 1'RICSS. I'l'l, NKW YOItK TIMF.S WASHINGTON (AP) A sur- vey at Veterans Administration hospitals has found that the quality of patient care is often limited by staffing and space deficiencies and confusing eligi- bility laws. Dr. John Chase, chief medical director of the VA, said, howev- er, that the comprehensive sur- vey uncovered no case in which a patient's life was jeopardized by lack of care. He said the majority of pa- tients in the 171 hospitals operated by the VA receive health care that meets or ex- ceeds national standards, and that in some areas it is out- standing. Widespread Criticism The survey was ordered last March by former President Nixon in response lo widespread criticism of VA hospital care in congress and demonstrations by veterans groups. Us major recommendation is that the current pay ceiling for physicians and dentists be lifted and that nurses' salaries be increased. Present pay scales are making it difficult lo recruit and retain J experienced personnel. Chase j said at a news conference Satur- day. A proposal that congress ap- propriate million this year lo meet the need for higher pay is included in Ihc survey report.: WASHINGTON which is now under study within i three bi the Ford Kissi Secretary! Dill Ihe officials said ,in consensus on limiting ers.'on a variety of Hie agenda of the Vladi- fccling Fast-West detente. jvoslok summit where Brezhnev, Kissinger held a fifth also PCH THK IIAGUB The Netherlands with Soviet leader tonfirmalion from Ford (UPI) Two Arabs, one of Brezhnev Saturday nighl llis intends them serving a sentence for his K-hedulod departure lo pursue delonle. airplane hijacking, and two ndia Sunday morning. U.S. of-1 officials said UK: Vladi-j Dutchmen seized at least 24 hos- ficials said a joint gel-together is a "work-.lagcs including several women on Ihe results ol four days of meeting" which will not al--aiid children Saturday during a filiations was expected Hie already scheduled JunclCalholic mass in the chapel ol nighl. summit in Washington. The Saturday night meeting! with Brezhnev was Ihc longest I C j C Kissinger's four-day stay U .5 I of I i licre and lasted hours, end ing at midnight (4 p.m. Brezhnev and Kissinger wen; joined from lime lo time by dif- ferent advisers, but spent the I last !IO minutes alone except tor Iranslators. Sign Accord On Research Seheveningcn prison Saturday. Police said one of the four rebellious prisoners was Adnan Ahmad Nuri, a Palestinian serv- ing a five-year sentence for hi- jacking a British jet and selling it afire at. Amsterdam's Kchi- phol airport March 3. Young Dutch U. S. officials said they dealt. mostly with Ihe complex subject Nazi Arrested Boston Deputy Police Superintendent Joseph Saia, left, points a warning finger at Matt Koehl national commander of (ha American Nazi party as Koehl held a "white power" rally In Boston Sat- urday. Saia told Koehl to stop his speech when a crowd of about ISO began yelling expletives af Koehl. When Koehl he wa: arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct. nlilic research French cilizcuship ,jrul a flf an_ ,iu, an_ ulslralegic arms limitation. h, city management A simultaneous annouiiceuienl. Wc "source. in Moscow and Washington said] I'rosident Ford and Brezhnev I Deiiie, 211 and .Ian Brouwers, 27. Guy ford Slcver, I'res-n'hcy held rarm family hos- tage for III) hours last year N 1 l''ord's science adviser and will meet Nov. 23 and 21 near director of the National Science N Ihe Soviet Pacific port ,-ily of Foundation, hailed the exchange lhc i "an important building j No details were immediately i'" in Ihe chapel. Karlier re- available on Ihe substance of (ports (he Imstnacs [Kissinger's talks wild Brezhnev) said his .Soviet opposite 26; police gave no ;hut there wei'e indicalions of Hie talks, Chairman V. A. Kiril-tplaiialion for (he revised figure 'difficulties. ,'lin of the stale commillee of une Nun's demand., was j Foreign Minister Andrei Ministers a fellow-Paleslinian arreslcd myko, at a lunch given by !lnfl Technology, had sentenced after Ihe Schiphol I singer Saturday, said: ;l Hussian Sami llussin Tamimah, (jiieslions under discussion are Ihe negotiations "1.22, he allowed to join bim at Ihc ''Mice. lAI'i The The biggest sum this lime. candidate for congress I ro m, members for Ihe m co-operatives, went lo Sen. Cook (R-Ky.) wholAMPI. furled au'liiniatic-illv tion says, "we arc convinced thaljniitlees since Sepl. I the VA's ability to recruit well-' Their reports show thev are qualified physicians will be nmv hriskoi.' pacc seriously impaired." than Ihov were earlier this year. SS.Olin In Hep. Denholi.. at the height of public disclo- S.D.j a member of the ag sures over the milk-fund affair, turc committee, from the of exceptional complexity at :'Kn'''- lost part de ltlmK there do appear dif-, "1 said Kirillin at a v'from Hie Kus-j objective lo which the sian added that "not lit 11 In f !m W.'l'i Till'- ic.- ir I lii i Visiting Uioir grabbed Ihe hostages at mtii it, iiuw uiiuei Mum u.mj co-upci am es, wen, 10 hen. cook (R-Ky.) who 'AMPI. 'dueled from llu; ul" nt'ws <-'onlerence. Hut Ihe ,c Ford administration. which had .rouble giving their got from Ihe trust run byj from AMPI for llichardmilk checks Combined will, whiHl "If the improved rrmimera-Tohlical money away earlienOiarymen inc. of Louisville, Ky. Franks of Springfield, Mo., Interest on some of Iheir large Ihv" ''-l'in: was solved. This is only on is not forthcoming in IheiHns year, have donated Cook got from the co-op Dem o c r a t i c candidate for.bank accounts Hie lolal iiml i'chicve.beginning." ga'nisi two nr son i i ,xt few months." the repor, o can ales an pohlical com-Wlier in the year, for a total of congress. Franks also topped 51 million a ready Stever said the agreement, I al d ,ys "we arc convinced that m ees since Sepl from Mid-Am., for a year. 'i Good Progress i r c a c h c ,1 by the Soviet i The four who police said IP ;ihi i v n recrin we lien- rminr U; v hnn. i.n- nf i u i" -i i- t i num laigc gills since liut since Jan. I Ihe co-ops I Kissinger said in his luncheon American joint commission on j So far this year the co-ops have spent 57811.155, a sizablojloasl lo Gromyko: "I think wej scientific and technical c.oop- m ve k''icn in far more monev portion of which has cone not lo'mado good on this Irin1 eral.ioii.   HEW Preparing -J i.Joidan on military disen-i mmnllv mil Welfare Reform Plan Bonuses B P i d o s suggesting higher: lhm Iime a can- relurned dairy dona- run by Mid-America Dairymen. pay, the report recommends i that bonuses up lo 25 percent i the annual salarv of doctors senl they from Mid-Am. Thompson nurses be awarded on the not ''CCCP' >l another from As- to Rep. Thompson (It- nurses be awarded on the basis' of special qualifications and re-1 rc ilities. sociatcd Milk Producers, Inc. living for a total of most recen pin. P.M. CDT; while a Roman Catholic mass was in progress. They jumped from ilhcir seals and look control of the talks, four their the is less than lialf.a nd the Soviet I.'nioi me' commission, wnicn wasi ieslablished as a result of theii-i'luicll-v responsible for four wards. "Many of the deficiencies thai have been identified in thi.s study are of this type and repre- sent a clear compromise of that hospital's ability to guarantee high quality and timely care to every patient." the report The survey was conducted by ,13 teams of porfcssionals and they gave S' S" "lr York iV, Moscot ,nd left." In Contact Minn., Democratic fare reform pla'n guaranteeing a come based standard ami "i taken bout the use of'l'0''cl; spokesman said. "They ic dlua'h :l1111 lllu ,.i ,......lolher nine prisoners who were 'nPlot Sabotage Arab Confab RABAT. .Morocco i I'PI i -Changed, namely expansion and Moroccan security forces have annexation of Aral) lands and annual income is bcingiadminislrativc CIMS by half. for possible inclusion; Wcinbe Ford's Stale of the Ford "wot jc next January. wants lo i The proposal, drafted in kind department of health, educalioir Union mi medical program arfminislra-. sccun la.v? Ami) land tors headed hv someone outside' "f the the VA. each of which studied a different hospital. til Restrictions K M Arab an people." Riad said the military assis- IU.IU ,-idlU Kie charges of planning to rs v a sabolage act In addition, a special task Arill> (iif force was assicned to study the Saturdav. I'll' battle of eslimateri 52l.fi billion yearly in cash payments to 42 million low- income Americans and wipe out' other public assistance pro- The IIKW proposal would d iConliniied: Page Col. ......wo sides were also un- as study models (0 Both the Russians and Ameri icr on how lo go about cans underlined Ihc "slibstanlia i.il negolialions on limiting progress" already made in lf of multiple nuclear areas of joinl moder-'proaclie-: in the fields of cala- missilt.'s, j lysis, economif slrategicjcries, water resources, micro- biology, pc.sl control, forestry, electrometallurgy, solid si ale The. four demanded that, an Arab ambassador or counselor lo the prison lo talk to scientific ap- Hiem, police said, lie said the housing allowances and the big Cohen U aid i! gave Israel previously." lihera- i, iook them 'cans with whom the Libyan of- lio" sf'P until all oc- iding final had set up Aral, has .said in an interview that the into some opposi- Mickey Cohen has "'Hhni Ihe administration. pinpointed Cleveland Ihe Kx-'were last seen in the area. _ is Ihn home of j "1" his They agreed that, rcslric- j lions should he cased on the nations to the t.'nitcd States and Uin Soviet l.'nion as part, "f the ('xchiiiigi- prograni. Slcver told I'PI Ihc .MIJH lag ceremony th.' did not oi So'.'..'! Today's Index DST Ends If you didn't turn jou chvkbaek an b-for you went lo bed Saturda you aiii'.'tfi1. lit late for siiiiii'lhaig ti'ii.iv I'.iT ended .1; .1 i.' Sunday, I1 its dt-legati'iii member but .M n r n i1 c n rejected it, the He called 
                            

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