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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Collar Itaplils Gazette: Sat.. November 23, DEATHS Mrs. Richard Meyer Mrs. Richard (Nadine) iMeyer, 59. of 719 Q avenue NW, died Friday in a Cedar Rapids hospital after a lingering illness. She was born Oct. 30. 1915, in the Blairstown area. She was married to Richard Meyer In 1938 in Clarence. They moved to Cedar Rapids from Lisbon about a year ago. She is survived by her hub band, one daughter, Constant Kahl, Cedar Rapids; a son Lewis, Iowa City; three sisters Mary Gessner, Oelwein; Velm Witsell. Cedar Rapids, and Pau line Harts, Blairstown; one Brother, Lyle Lillis, Blairstown and two grandchildren. Services: Monday at p.m at Morgan's in Ml. Vernon where friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. Officiating will be he Rev. Dale Batcheler of the Jniled Methodist church in LJs jon. Burial will be in Lisbon. Rain will be falling Saturday over the Pacific northwest and in parts of 'Hie mid-Mis- sissippi and Ohio valleys. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. -Daily The Weather, High temperatures Friday, low 11 peralures overnJoM and inches of 'i Anchorage 31 20 L. Angeles 47 50 Atlanta ....6t 3  a clothesline. Tin ripped a telephon line from the wall in the bee oom. Mrs. Shada said he then re moved three diamond rings val ued at from her purse cash and a set of car keys The robber fled in her foreign car. The car was recovered Sat urday morning southwest o Cedar Rapids by the sheriff, department. Mrs. Shada was found at ).m. by a deliveryman who was >ringing medicine, police said. The suspect was described as vhite, in his 30s, 5 feet 7 inch- es tall, slenderly built anc vearing a stocking cap over his Development Share MUNICH (AP) West Ger- nany's Messerschmidt Boelkow- Blnhm aerospace combine said Twenty-ninth street SE. Satur-l day was in good condition at Mercy hospital with head lacer- ations suffered Friday when he lost control of his car and hit a tree. Police said Perez was driving on Bever avenue SE near its Intersection with Meadowbrook drive at p.m. Friday when his car crossed the center line, struck a tree and flipped over. Saturday i! expects to share dc-[ Perez will be charged with velopment of an Arab-financedifailure to maintain control of his communications satellite. j vehicle, police said. Kennedy Files Suit In Iowa Senate Bid Rule Suicide in Woman's Death Veva Marie Graybeal, 47, of 'oute two, Cedar Rapids, was lead on arrival at Mercy hospi al after she was found at 6 a.m. Saturday in a car with the en- gine running in a closed garage. Mrs. Graybeal was found by ler husband, Robert, in the [arage at their residence. The Linn medical examiner las ruled the death a suicide. Veva M. Graybeal, wife of tobert G. Graybeal, was born n Broken Bow, Neb., April'25, 927. She had lived in Iowa City efore moving to Cedar Rapids n 1971. She was employed in the dministration department of 'niversily hospitals in Iowa for three years. She was tarried in Merna, Neb., August 1, 1947. Surviving in addition to her usband are two daughters, oan Auppcrlc, Iowa City; LeAnn Rodehorst, Ml. Pleasant; a son Gary, Olympia, Wash.; her father, Raymond Neth, Bro- ken Bow, Neb.; a sister, Frieda Faye Brooks, Hastings, Neb., and a brother, Keith Neth, Omaha. Services: Monday at a.m. at Turner chapel west by the Rev. Robert Bouton of Christ Church United Presby- terian. Burial: Broken Bow, Neb. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 10 a.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. City Briefs Food Hank The Linn county food bank meeting will be held Monday al p.m. at First Presbyterian church, Third ave- nue and Fifth street SE. Burcsh Hental Rent better brand named Machine quilting. 377-0235. Adv. Shotgun Taken Paul Wil- liams, 1247 Hazel drive NE, Fri- day reported a 20 gauge shotgun valued at taken from his residence. Ellis Pro Shop Christmas Sale -Adv. Best Rental Rents The Best. -Adv. Games, Montrose, doors Sat- urday Sunday Adv. Billfold Missing Virginia Dvorak Arrested on Drunk Driving Count Kenneth D. Dvorak, 37, of 1500 Tourth street SW, was charged Friday with drunk driving after he car he was driving struck a larked car in the 1100 block of Second street SE. Dvorak was arrested at a.m. Friday after his norlh- car struck a properly >arked car owned by Paul T. Agnew, 2003 Franklin avenue forcing it into a third car Cold by Kissing, No; By Handshaking, Yes BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) A researcher on the common cold says you probably won't catch one by kissing, but beware of shaking hands. And rubbing] noses. "The most important method of transmission is when the fingers become infected and go to the Dr. Jack Schicble told a health care seminar. Schieble, a research specialist owned by Gary Koza, 1425 larold drive SE. Police said Dvorak suffered a )loody nose, but refused hospi- al treatment. Dvorak was released from the county bond. jail after posting I for the California health depart- ment, said exeriments have shown kissing is not likely to p.m. A check at a fifth business in the city failed to produce anv I transmit a cold because few viruses remain in the I mouth. But anyone who touches Betting System :.R. Raid- (Continued from Page 1.) simultaneously at the four es- tablishments, and were begin- ning to return material toj the Federal building about Marshall, 1606 Oakland road NE, Friday reported her billfold containing in food .stamps, and personal papers was lost oi stolen while shopping in downtown area. Wreaths and grave mounds. Artificial trees. Kluber Gardens, Are you looking for Antiques? Try the Stable on the Adv. Money Taken Mildred Spil- 1106 Fifteenth street SW 'riday reported her billfold con- aining cash, and persona: lapers taken while shopping al Voolworth's department store 17 Second avenue SE. Apples ?4.50 Ibs. Ray's Market, SW Adv. Lost: Large set of keys, be- .veen St. Paul's and Marion. Reward. 363-1281. Adv. Player Taken Robert L. ucutt, 2625 Thirty-third avenue VV, Friday reported a tape eck and two speakers taken rom his car while at an unde- ermined location. The items 'ere valued at Shampoo living room edroom Diamond Carpet. 66-C226. Adv. 1975 "Redbook" of United tales Coins dv. Swiss Colony, chocolate and anilla coating for pretzels and andy making, buy bulk, now vailable. Lindale Plaza. Adv. Parking spaces available by le month, close in downtown, all 365-8774 before 5 P.M. .dv. Judah, Lind- ay Lane and Bever Ave S. E., ovember 24lh, p.m. Tur- Local 308 Carpenters opposed to 2 percent meeting at Atkins Legion Hall. Monday, November 25, p.m. Adv. Television Taken William Edmonds, 5031 East road SW, Friday reported a portable color Changes in Transportation Rules Asked by Farm Unit By Pamela llucy DBS MOINES (UPI) The Iowa Farm Bureau Saturday called on the new state depart- ment of transportation to de- velop a transportation system that will permit the (low of goods with the fewest possible barriers and best use or each mode of travel. In a statement prepared for a DOT public hearing here, the Farm Bureau said a first step in achieving its recommendation is [he recodification of transpor- ation statutes and the revamp- ing and simplifying of transpor- :ation regulations. Harold Anderson, local and environmental affairs dirpctor of the Farm Bureau, said agri- culture needs an integrated ransportalion system to sup- lorl a two-way movement of ;oods and services. He also said timely deliverj of farm products to gulf ports is essential to maintain and pand foreign markets. Bridge Conditions Anderson said he is concerned about the poor conditions ol bridges and secondary roads in Iowa, the outmoded railroad system and the deterioration of facilities necessary for barge traffic on the Mississippi river. Convoy Hit; 9 Missing PHNOM PENH (AP) A Philippine tugboat was sunk by gunfire and nine crewmen were ost during a rebel attack on a convoy bound from Phnom to the provincial town of  anks of the Mekong river. Sources said it was the worst oss suffered by international crews manning convoys in Cam- iodia since .the war began in 1970. Eagle Knocks OutHunter Joseph 0. Habeck, 27, of 2711 Bever avenue SE, was arrested Friday on a charge of robbery after he was spotted in a tavern jy one of the victims of an at- empted-holdup. Habeck, who was arrested at at the Czech Inn, avenue SW, is M Sixteenth charged with pulling a gun on two women as they left the tav- ern on the night of Nov. 8. The robbery was foiled when Patricia Whitscll, 607 First ave- nue SW, and Janet Meyer, 1410 Bever avenue SE, got into a car and drove away. Police said they were alerted when one of the victims recog- nized Habeck at the tavern and called them. Habeck was taken to county jail on bond. the DENVER (AP) Terry Hauf, 25. was hunting game birds on a farm near his- Yoder, VVyo., home when he was struck and knocked unconscious by a shed at Bever eagle. He estimated the wing Firemen Quell Woodshed Fire Firemen were called at p.m. Friday to extinguish a fire television set valued at and a portable stereo valued at taken from his residence. "Star" selections appearing daily in Classified make your Christmas shopping easier: See the Want Camper Ed- munds, 3109 Bramble road SW, Friday reported a pair of binoc- ulars, a fishing reel, a box of test equipment and fuses, a first aid kit and a five-ton hydraulic jack taken from his camper pickup truck while parked at his residence. The items were val- ued at Police discovered the fire, which apparently started when the shed was tipped over, stuffed with leaves and ignited. span at between four and six feet. "I didn't see the bird until I came to. He was dazed, Hauf lold newsmen at a hospital j where he was recuperating Fri- _ _, day. He added that the bird took Constitutionality Claim off across the field at kind of a1 In Jury Selection trot, flapping its wings. Hauf was brought to Denver, where doctors operated on right eye Thursday in an effort to save it. He also suffered head cuts. Spoke to Prisoners, Man Faces Charge j James Bratton. 32, Litton's "Gonrmcl" Micro- n'ave Oven. Free home demon- stration. Cooking lessons with purchase. Call Charlotte Olson, 362-6014 before 9 or after 5 p.m. WATERLOO (Al3) A Wa- man scheduled to go on trial next month for murder has alleged that the method used lo select the jurors to hear his case is unconstitutional. Attorneys for James Bailey, filed a petition Friday in Black Hawk counly district court alleging the court's jury does not represent a Friday cross-section of Ihe commumty. li pris- They claim the jury provides I inadequate representation of neapolis, was charged with communicating wi oners at the county jail. Bralton, who was released jblacks, poor people, young peo- after posting bond, allegedly jple. persons not registered lo spoke to prisoners from parking lot. old people, certain profcs- jsinnal persons and newly-regis- jlcrcd electors. i According lo the petition, Bail- ley, a black, is indigent. Bailey's attorneys asked for n hearing on their request thai the Tuna Contaminated, Two Officials Fined LOS ANGELES (AP) A fed- 1-11 r' i f I IJi; UUILIIiII tiUU. eral judge has fined two top of-: is f.Ua ficias o he Samoan Mah w nT R Pnnrk Tnr' 51 finfl jury panel be discharged. Star-Kist Foods, Inc., loach and put them on two Evy's shipping of tuna a person or object containing DUBUQUEJAI'i Sen. even though he has not [cold viruses and then touches the district all that j his nose is a likely candidate to Kennedy (D-Dubuquc) filed suit lived Friday against Dubuquc county time. jwake up sneezing the next Elcdion Commissioner Harold Gov. Robert Ray set the date! morning. Miss Jenson also was charged jMcloy lo allow Kennedy to rnnlfor the special election to fill Football parlay cards involve system of betting on both college and professional games. (years' probation for Lounge, Saturday contaminated cans Don Miller Trio. Shriners Wei- which mado morc lhan 200 come! Next to Paramount. Actv j John Schmidtkc, manager ofi Star-Ki.sl Samoa, Inc., andj Prices reduced on remaining equipment of Alcove Cafe. 30.1- 1004 for appointment. Adv. a plant su-< The bettor places a certain amount of money on games, with Ihc odds usually changing with possession of a conlrolledlin a special election in lowa'sjvacancy caused hy the rcsigna- Sold for I depending on the number substance he said, iscnate district 10. lion of Sen. Michael Biouin NEW YORK (AP) A j contests. Nelson said, W. A. Kennedy, who moved into the Dubuque) who was elected toiyear-old bronze statuette There was no immediate assassin of .Sou (Willy) Wobschall, Hampton, was charged with knowingly so- liciting for immoral purposes in violation of the state liquor law and also with conspiracy. He is the owner and operator of ihc Hitching Post whore the arrests wore made Thursday night, po- lice said. Friday by U. S. District Judge Sentence Upheld ll.obcrl Th.c 1 j came one month after Star-Kist SKOl'l, i LTD An appeals i Foods and its Samoan sulj- Wednesday uphold Ihcjsidiary were fined S2.000 each. death sentence of the convicted j L ______________________ 'res-' Icrloo, with a tire iron last Sep- tember. .fht ttci'litr OJmfHf 'Established fn 18B3 Go'iette Co. and puollsned dally and Sunday at 500 Third avc. SE. Cedar town 57406. Second class postaue paid ut Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rales bv carrier VS cents o week. By mall: Nloht Edition and Sunday 6 Issues 13.75 a month, 139.00 0 year: At lernoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.B5 a month, HO.OO u year. Other slotrs and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Moll Subscriptions accented In arens havino Gajeltc carrier service. the Associated Press Is entitled enrlmlyely to the use tor rr-publkatlnn of all Ihe local news printed In this news, noner as well al oil AP news dlsualches. Korean I'res district Nov. (i, dues not meet the 60-day residency require- ment for the Doc. 30 election. Kennedy's attorney told Dubu- q u e counly District Judge Thomas Nelson his client has lived in the counly for 16 years congre.ss. But Meloy's attorney said i iKrns. the Greek god of love, sold dication if any action might Ray j for at auction Friday, taken in Ihe case under Iowa! failed to confer with Mcloy be-J the highest, price ever paid here fore setting the date for a classical antiquity. election, which the governor is required hy law to do, therefore i 30 YEARS AGO 10 YEARS AGO A jet air- Four Soviet lliner exploded at the Home air- making the election dale illegal, larmies fought to annihilate SOiport, killing 43 of 72 persons and therefore has met Ihc con- Nelson was expected to German divisions stilulional intent of Ihe Ihe mailer Saturday. western Latvia. injaboard, including the Roman! (Catholic bishop of DCS Moincs. FLOWERS SAY SO WILL Ave. Floral Botanicals 39 I nth Avc. S.VV. 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