Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 3
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 · T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Senator who took bribe WASHINGTON (UPI) Former Sen. Daniel B. Brewster of Maryland, convicted of accepting bribes, was sentenced today to two to six' years in prison. -~ Cyrus Anderson, a lobbyist for the Spiegel mail order house, was sentenced to 4 1-2 years for allegedly -bribing Brewster to vote for low postal rates. " ( Both Anderson and Brewsler, who served'two terms as a Democratic senator from 1963-1969, were "fined ?30,000. Each was freed on bond pending appeal, , .; Brewster received the max-; imum sentence-'on each-of three counts, to lie; served consecutively,-and could not-seek parole in less than two years. Anderson,'also convicted on three counts, could have been given 15 years on each count and fines of $60,000. He will be eligible for parole in 18 months. Brewster,;who held a House , seat from Maryland before entering the Senate, said he had .been" singled., out .of a list of 20 congressmen who had received money/from Spiegel. He did not reveal the names. Brewster told'U.S.. District Judge George L. Hart after , the sentencing:- "I am convinced as'ihuch as ever that -the (federal bribery) statute '""was never meant to apply to elected officials." - UPI Telephoto Youthful doctor Dr. Robert Gordon, at age 22, is one of the youngest resident doctors in the nation. He often spends 18 hours a day in Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital surgical suite learning operating techniques. He graduated from high school in 1967, and completed Northwestern University's accelerated medical program in five years. A child's plea: 'Granny's dead; SVUJAniA COLOR WITH INSTANT PUSHBUTTON TUNING FOR PERFECT RECEPTION se me COLOR PANAMA CITY, Fla. (UPI) -- "My grandmother is lying by the refrigerator and she's dead," said the child's voice on the telephone. . "What's your name?" asked Dave Martinelli, the president of a plastics manufactuting firm, whose private phone,the little girl had dialed at random. : "Keva Marie MacDonald," the girl replied with a heavy lisp. "Where do you live?" "With my momma and grandma." "What's your address?" "I don't know." "Where's your momma?" Martinelli asked. "She's a nurse. She goes to school," Keva replied. "Where's your daddy?" "He's in California." "How old are you?" "This many," Keva said, Cabinet (minus one) sworn in WASHINGTON (AP) i -President Nixon presided today at a mass swearing-in of new members of his second term Cabinet and other top officials. The only new Cabinet member missing was Caspar Weinberger, Nixon's nominee for secretary of health, education and welfare. His selection is being held up by the Senate in a dispute with Nixon over his .impounding of funds Congress appropriated. In a brief speech in the East Room before friends and families of the officials, Nixon termed his second-term Cabinet a peace Cabinet and said the tasks they face are just as great, just as challenging and just as exciting as. in wartime. "It is to the challenges of peace that we now turn," the President said. Despite a touch of the flu, chief Justice Warren E. Bur- -ger came to administer the oaths individually at the cere- · monies which took 35 minutes. and Martinelli knew she was holding up her fingers. Martinelli had his secretary, Sue Hable, contact the telephone company and trace the call. r ' ' Martinelli told Keva he was . going to call the police and they would help. "But she's dead," she's dead," Keva cried. : Martinelli, the father of a three-year-old girl, tried to calm Keva, fearing she would hang up before, the telephone company could trace the call. While Martinelli; talked to Keva, he had other employes of Arnoldware-Rodgers Inc., checking Panama City hospitals to try to.locate a nurse named MacDonald. They drew a blank because Mrs. Pamela MacDonald was a student nurse at the Gulf Coast Community College. The telephone company finally traced the call and patrolman Alan Barnes rushed to the house and found'Keva, 4, standing in the kitchen talking on the phone to Martinelli. Keva's grandmother, Mrs. Patricia Lowe, 63, was lying on the floor amid Keva's toys 'and books. She was dead 1 . Barnes wrapped the girl in a blanket and took her to a neighbor's home. CL2453K ' B COLOR CL2441W MEL'S TV APPLIANCES Phone -- 326-9029 2508 E. Speedway "WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" ARIZONA'S IAROI STOCK OF- MUSIC SEAGONDOLUR MUSIC ,3226 £. SPEEDWAY 795-32ST CLOSED MONDAYS f* DON'T MISS THIS GREAT EVENT* Open Friday Evening Downtown Only! 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