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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - September 30, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota The sunday Tribune state supreme court asked to make another ruling on stadium St Paul a the Minnesota supreme court has been asked to make another once and for All ruling in the controversial domed stadium Issue. Attorneys for stadium supporters asked the High court Friday to Rule that a three Dav Appeal period has expired and no Legal issues remain to be de mews highlights doctors Rais is Minneapolis apr doctors in Minnesota raised their fees about 9.7 percent in 1978, the biggest increase since Federal Price controls were lifted in 1974, reported Blue Cross and Blue shield of Minnesota. The figure is based on median fees for 13 common procedures. In the twin cities metropolitan area where fees generally Are higher than they Are ins the rest of the state the median was up 7.7 percent according to Blue Cross Blue shield figures. Blue Cross Blue shield said physicians fees in Minnesota increased just 2 percent to 4 percent per year during the Early 1970s, when Federal Price controls were in effect but jumped 14 percent in 1974 when controls were lifted. Concern for Fri Charger Washington apr a congressman and a former chairman of the privacy Protection study commission say they Are concerned about parts of the proposed new charter for the Fri. Rep. Steward b. Mckinney r-conn., and David f. Linowes former head of the privacy commission said Friday the charter could invade individuals privacy. Mckinney expressed a grave concerns while Linowes objected especially to a provision that allows the Fri to examine a suspects Bank records and Telephone records without telling the person at the time. A a citizen has the right to prior notice before the government goes wandering through his or her personal records a Mckinney added. Debt limit raised Washington apr Congress has sent president Carter legislation that will raise the Federal governments debt limit to $879 billion. The Bill was approved by the Senate on a 49-29 vote Friday. Without the legislation the current borrowing limit of $830 billion would have dropped to $400 billion sunday night leaving the government without enough credit to pay its Bills. The new legislation once signed by Carter extends the higher ceiling through next May 30. Lane hearings St Atlanta a . Magistrate Allen Chancey has scheduled two hearings for oct. La in the Case charging former budget director Bert Lance and three others with Federal banking violations. One hearing will be on defense motions for a Bill of particulars that would spell out in greater detail the nature of the charges against Lance. The other will be on a prosecution petition alleging that a conflict of interest May develop Between two defendants represented by the same lawyer. Lance and the others were indicted May 23 on charges of conspiracy misapplication of Bank funds making false statements on loan documents and making false entries in Bank books. Or sly autopsy report opened Memphis Tenn. Apr two network television reporters will be Able to View a portion of the Elvis Presley autopsy report under a ruling by a chancery court judge. Chancellor . Alissandrato ruled Friday that Charles Thompson ii and James p. Cole could examine the records for names places and dates but they could not View the reports medical data. The ruling came on a motion in a suit filed by the two Abc reporters seeking release of the autopsy report. The singers death has been attributed to a heart attack but Abc contends Presley died by overuse of prescription drugs. Fuel Bill legislation St. Paul apr nearly $700,000 has been authorized by the legislative advisory commission to launch Minnesota on the first phase of a program to help destitute persons pay their fuel Bills. The Lac action Friday was part of an $18.7 million package of funding approved for various projects. The largest bloc of $9.2 million will go for water and sewer projects. Nearly $15 million of the total Lac funding comes from Taconite tax Revenue and is earmarked for projects on the Iron Range. Gov. Al Quie said the $699,091 allocated for fuel Bills would supplement existing welfare funds of nearly $1.6 million to match about $2 million in Federal funds. Counties also will be required to contribute More than $2.3 million to round out the $6.5 million program. Cited in the controversial domed stadium lawsuit lawyers for the metropolitan Council the Minnesota Vikings the metropolitan sports facilities commission and the City of Minneapolis appeared before a three judge panel of the supreme court. Arguing on the other Side was William Rosen who represents Senate majority Leader Nicholas Coleman Senate minority Leader Robert Ashbach and Minneapolis businessman Robert Short. Rosen maintained his clients have the Only right to Appeal a Hugo Bank robbed Friday Hugo. Minn a the Hugo state Bank was robbed of an undisclosed amount of Money Friday afternoon authorities reported witnesses said a Young Man entered the Bank about 4 10p.m. And presented a demand note to a Teller husband wins affections suit St. Paul a a Man whose wife left him for a travelling Salesman was awarded $30,000 in a lawsuit accusing the Salesman of alienation of affections and a criminal the verdict was announced thursday in the courtroom of . District judge Harry Maclaughlin. The Minnesota legislature abolished alienation of affection and criminal conversation lawsuits in March 1978, one month after the lawsuit was filed. Criminal conversation Means having sexual Intercourse with a person married to someone else. Decision earlier this week by judge Warren Saetre in Ramsey District court Rosen said the stadium Issue is not appropriately before the supreme court. A i done to know How it gets up Here unless we do Appeal a Rosen told associate justices James c. Otis. C. Donald Peterson and Rosalie Wahl. Otis said the full nine member court would decide monday when to schedule Oral arguments on the jurisdiction aues Tion and whether the Appeal period has expired he gave lawyers for both sides until 9 a in wednesday to submit briefs lawyers for the Vikings and other stadium proponents contend Rosen and the plaintiffs agreed to Appeal an a Adverse Quot decision by judge Saetre within three Days or forever waive All rights of Appeal they contend that the Appeal period expired at 3pm thursday. 72 hours after Saetre a decision was released Leann Ignaszewski Joy Paulson Naeve administrative Structure changed a reorganization of the Naeve Hospital association s administrative Structure has been announced following a meeting of the association Board of trustees thursday night. Under the terms of the reorganization which was announced by a Hospital spokesman Friday afternoon the Fountain Lake treatment Center will become a separate unit from Naeve Hospital. Gene Christopherson. Director of the treatment Center will be the administrator of the Center and report directly to the Board of trustees. Fred Haack Hospital administrator will head he acute care facility. Fluid tha trinum Terri Jensen Kristin Jenson Jean Lundell Albert Lea High so Hoot Homecoming this week in addition. Mel Weber Hospital controller will also report directly to the Hoard of this tees according to the announcement the trustees reportedly met privately without members of the administrative or medical staffs according to the announcement la of the 12 trustees attended the meeting trustees attended the meeting who were asked to comment on the reasons for the changes referred All questions to Board chairman Jeanne Davidson who was out of town saturday morning. And unavailable for comment Homecoming activities at Albert Lea High school this week have been announced activities will begin at 7 p in. Monday with the Coronation of the Homecoming Queen a an dilates Are Leann Ignaszewski. Daughter of or and mrs Bernard Ignaszewski Terri Jensen daughter of or and mrs Jerold Jack Jensen. Kristin Jenson daughter of or and mrs Lair Jenson Jean Lundell. Daughter of or and mrs Lou Lundell. And Joy Paulson daughter of or and mrs Russell Paulson runners up Are Joann Smith daughter of or and mrs Charles Smith and Ann Helgeson. Daughter of or and mrs Marvin Helgeson other activities will include powder puff football at 7 3 p in. Tuesday at Hammer stadium followed by a Street dance Queen s potluck for senior girls Only at 6p wednesday in the High school cafeteria and a Queen s Hunt at 7 to p m. Wednesday Pep fest at 7 pm. Thursday at the stadium followed by games Homecoming Parade at 4 30 p m. Friday followed by the football game with red Wing at 7 30 p.m., Friday and the Homecoming dance at to p in. Friday in the High school cafeteria Martha Shepard Homecoming advisor said the school will not be sponsoring a Bonfire or the painting of Tiger tracks this year. Rock Island workers offered prevailing wage Chicago a the Kan Sas City terminal railway co., authorized to take Over service on the failing Rock Island line agreed Friday night to pay striking Union members the prevailing National rail wage when they return to work but Union officials say stick to picket lines until they Are assured that All members w ill he recalled to work negotiators for the brotherhood of railway and airlines clerks met in Washington with officials of the act and reached a tentative agreement in the pay dispute a spokesman for Braf said Grain shipments throughout the Midwest have been disrupted since the strike began aug 28. The strike also involves the United transportation Union hut officials of the Tiitu did not participate in the session Fred j Kroll president of Braf had maintained he would not order his striking Meliers Back to work unless the act. Designated by the interstate Commerce commission to assume control temporarily of the Rock Island agreed to pay the prevailing wage scale however in a statement released by Braf Atter the meet ing. Kroll said he has ordered his members to continue picketing until the Union is advised by the kit that All Braf members will be recalled to w in k Quot what Kroll is saying is that he wont rely on words or assurances from the k t that it will recall All Union members at the spokesman said Quot the Union wont return to work until the actual recall notices have been sent to each Canton cafe to close after Over 50 years comics. .18 crossword.13 opinion Page. 4 Bridge. 7 daily records.27 family Page. 5 deaths.27 sports.20 to guide.19 horoscope.14 vanishing landmark a a port of Tho at Hort Loo Scono sine Tho 1920 a Tho Canton cafe will Sorvo ifs last Moat today. Closed tomorrow for remodelling it will Boro Opo nod in Novom Bor under now ownership and with a now name Tho Golden Parrot. See related Story on Pogo 17. By love Cruikshank Tribune family Page editor no tolling Bells nor muffled Roll of Drums sounds the ending of an Era hut an Era is ending the Canton cafe is no More for More than half a Century the chinese american restaurant has been a part of the Albert Lea scene businessmen found it convenient a for noon lunch families dined out there shoppers met each other for afternoon Tea part of the Canton mystique was the talented Wong family. It was Sang Sam Wong who arrived first in 1924 even before his death in May of 1978 control of the restaurant had passed into the hands of another Sammy Wong though he was no blood relation to Sang they were however related by marriage Sammy Wong who arrived Here in 1949. Is the husband of Betty Tang Ngan Wah. A relative to the late mrs Sang Wong it was the late mrs Sang Wong who in traditional chinese manner arranged the wedding which took place in Hong Kong in 1947. The ceremony was it performed by the american Consul. Both Sammy and Betty have spent Long hard hours at the Canton w hich has specialized in chinese As Well As american food. If there had been younger songs to carry on. There would still be a Canton the younger songs though had other ambitions. Sam and Betty s son. Arnold is assistant manager of consumer Loans for Majestic savings and Xian in Denver Colo another son Phil also lives in Colorado where he is an attorney with Schey and Schey in Longmont. A daughter. Lila formerly taught school and is now a Public relations Secretary for Zobris a a. 60 text Ron in Minneapolis. Sang a children include a physician a psychiatrist an artist and a writer Eleanor Wong Telemaque. Whose recently published novel. Quot its crazy to be chinese in Minnesota gives a poignant and humorous inside View of a chinese family and a restaurant much like the Canton the present Sammy Wong came to this country from Mainland China in 1930 and settled in Sioux Falls s. D his father had a restaurant there and Sammy cooked in the restaurant for some years he. Also served in the United states army for three years during world War ii. He came to Albert Lea in 1949 for the present at least he will continue to live in Albert Lea the Canton will be closed for remodelling until Early november when it will re open As the Golden Parrot. The new owners. Jim Bergstrom and David Slupe Are former owners of the Golden Parrot in Austin but were looking for a larger restaurant they plan to continue serving some chinese dishes and May even have one or two italian and mexican specialities should there be sufficient demand Slupe lives in Rural Austin re Stroni has been an Austin resident but is moving to Albert Lea they la see it in the want ads Why lose another Day of rent when there Are Many prospective renters shopping the evening Tribune want ads daily this advertiser rented the apartment right away. Small furnished apartment. Would Appeal to a mature per son off Street parking. Available now Call xxx xxx for More information put your rent sign where it is sure to be seen. It s easy to place a want and and inexpensive too. Phone 373-1411vol. 82, no. 230 single copy 30 conf Albert Leo Minnesota sunday september 30, 1979 uses 181 -580 38 pages Pope begins Irish visit Drogheda Ireland apr Pope John Paul ii. Beckoned by a the voice of the Irish calling to opened a pastoral tour of this Island of Faith and bloody strife saturday praying with an estimated 1.2 million woe shippers in Dublin and making an impassioned Appeal for peace in Northern Ireland a on my Knees. I beg you to turn away from the paths of the pontiff pleaded of terrorist on both sides of Ireland s sectarian Divide the speech prepared for delivery Here. Was Nis strongest statement yet on Northern Ireland and the sectarian hatreds that have plagued this land for centuries this historic City where Oll ver Cromwell s protestant army killed 3.500 catholics in 1049. Is just 30 Miles from the Irish republics Border with troubled Northern Ireland in his speech the Pope spoke particularly to Northern protestants hostile to his visit Here Quot May no Irish protestant think that the Pope is an enemy. A danger or a he said Quot my desire is that instead protestants would see in me a Friend and a brother in Christ Quot a. I Appeal to Young people who May have become caught up in organizations engager in violence i say to you. With All the love i have for you. With All the Trust i have in Young people do not listen to voices which speak the language of hatred revenge retaliation a More than 200,000 pilgrims had assembled in Drogheda. 30 Miles North of Dublin for a scripture Reading presided Over by Trie Pope More than half of them catholics who crossed the Border from Northern Ireland earlier in the Day. The throng gathered for the papal mass in Dublin s Phoenix Park was the largest in Irish history 1 2 million one third of the nation s population thousands of them wept openly Quot you come As a messenger of peace to a troubled Ireland s Cardinal Tomas o Faich told Pope John Paul on his arrival from Rome at Dublin Airport the Pope himself made no direct reference to the sectarian hatreds that have plagued ire land for centuries but on the flight from Rome a reporter brought up the Quot troubles Quot and asked him whether he might As protestant leaders in Northern Ireland demand. Excommunicate Irish Republican army guerrillas from Tho Church Quot of. No of. No Quot the pontiff replied Quot i it those poor people he Quot his homily delivered under Bright Clear skies and before a 120-foot steel Cross painted in the Vatican colors of yellow and White was primarily a tribute to the Quot inviolable and unbreakable Quot loyalty of Irish catholics to the Church in Rome Quot you Irish catholics have kept and loved the Unity and peace of the Catholic Church treasuring it above All earthly he said he called himself a a Pilgrim for Christ to the land from which so Many pilgrims for Christ went out Over Europe the americas. Australia. Africa. Asia a a the 59-year old John Paul. Who will leave Ireland monday to begin a week Long tour of the United states is the first Pope Ever to visit this overwhelmingly Catholic country escorted by italian made Marchetti Jet fighters of the Irish air corps the Are Dingus hoeing 747 carrying him touched Down at Dublin Airport at 9 51 a in a 1 41 a in cd As the papal plane landed Church Bells pealed nut throughout Dublin and the rest of the country ships in Dublin Harbor sounded a foghorn Salute descending from the jetliner the polish Horn Leader of the world s to million catholics Knelt and kissed the Irish ground after the playing of the Irish National Anthem and inspection of an Honor guard of Irish sol Diers. The pontiff told the dignitaries assembled at the Airport. A it is with immense Joy and with profound gratitude to the most holy Trinity that i set foot today on Irish soil Quot i come to you As a servant of Jesus Christ a Herald of his gospel of Justice and love As the Bishop of Rome As successor of the apostle Peter and in he words of St Peter i offer you the greeting of my heart peace to All of you who Are in Christ Quot ites ident Patrick Hillery and Cardinal o Faich. Primate of All Ireland made Short wet coming speeches a year old boy and a 9 year old girl gave the Pope bouquets and he lean a and kissed each on the forehead after circulating among the dignitaries and Well wishers the papal entourage flew by helicopter to the papa Nuncia Ture or embassy Many of the pilgrims attending the noontime mass had ramped out in sleeping bags outside the entrances of the 1. 7 h acre Park waiting for the Gates to open private cars were barred from the renter of Dublin fait the streets were jammed with people the Pope said before depart ing from Rome that he Hopes his trip to Ireland will a a contribute to Calm that atmosphere of tension that in these last Days has provoked lacerations and also unfortunately a ruin and death a but the Pope will not set foot in turbulent British ruled Northern Ireland where nearly 2.not per sons have been killed in Sec tarian fighting since 1969 papal greeting a Pope John Paul la stand on the stops of Tho High altar at Dublin s Phoenix Park saturday and raises his hands in greeting to the million plus who travelled from far and near to see and hear him. The wind blows the pontiff s Robes out behind him. He later said mass from the altar

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