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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2a the Cedar rapids Gazette sat May 10.1986111 the news a trouble brewing a on july 26, 12,000 rag brai Bike riders Are expected to dip their tires in the Mississippi River at Muscatine then turn to look for a frosty Beer. However the thirsty riders May have to celebrate the end of their journey without Access to a riverfront Beer Garden. Iowa today Page 4a. B spill hurts 3 a three men were injured one critically and about 300 people were evacuated thursday night after a chemical spill North of Des Moines. Iowa today Page 4a. Al millionaire a a Council Bluffs woman who says she always enters the sweepstakes that arrive in the mail has won the $1 million grand prize in a contest sponsored by great american magazines. Iowa today Page 5a. B new u of i Center a Center for asian and Pacific studies will be established at the University of Iowa with the help of a $2 million gift from e amp m charities and the family of Elizabeth m. Stanley and the late c. Maxwell Stanley. Iowa today Page 5a. B Grassle Bill a sen. Charles Grassley a Lowa has introduced legislation that would end the Federal reimbursement . Oil companies receive for the taxes they pay Libya. Last year five american Oil companies paid $2 billion in taxes to the libyan government for profits earned on libyan crude Oil. Iowa today Page 5a. A scam Alert a Iowa City police received two reports Friday of suspicious men requesting buckets of hot water from North Side residents and they re advising elderly residents to be Alert for a possible scam. Iowa today Page 7a. A . Growth seen a Cedar rapids is Well on its Way toward becoming the economic and cultural Center for Eastern Iowa sometimes at the expense of smaller communities a four member panel of civic leaders said Friday. Metro Iowa Page 8a.b tax decision pending a officials of the Bluffs run greyhound track expect to know by june 13 whether the Iowa department of Revenue will consider the track exempt from property taxes. Iowa today Page 9a.b misses parents wedding while Alan seering a parents were being married sunday the 18-i Sqq year old was being held in the i j Johnson county jail on charges of using a stolen credit card. Iowa today Page 9a. B Larussa retained Tony Larussa was retained Friday As manager of the Chicago White sox and will have More Freedom to Call the shots without interference from Ken Quot Hawk Harrelson chief of the teams baseball Tony Larussa operations. Sports Page in. Ready it r pros a Davenport a Mickey Bates would like nothing better than to turn professional after his Amateur bout tonight in the finals of the National Golden gloves tournament in Cedar rapids. Sports Page in. B Rosy Outlook a group of 200 of the nations business leaders have made a prediction that the Outlook is Good for the next two years. Money Page 6b. B loss for Foster a stockholders of . Foster co. Heard Friday that the company had a Large loss in the first Quarter. However the part that involves Lefebure its Cedar rapids subsidiary is a bookkeeping matter. Money Page 6b. B rules criticized a aides to gov. Terry Branstad say Long awaited farm credit system rules May not go far enough in spelling out a policy of restraint in foreclosing on financially troubled Farmers. Farm Page 9b. Momentum building for states 1st lotto drawing Gazette Des Moines Bureau Des Moines a sales of Iowa lotto tickets Are building momentum this week As lotto players prepare for tonight a first Ever state lotto drawing. Lottery spokesman Bret Voorhees said ticket sales stood at 440,000 at mid afternoon Friday compared to 270,000 last monday. Quot re really picking up some steam which is the Way it seems to go nationally a he said. Lottery officials have said that most lotto ticket sales come in the last two Days before the weekly drawing. Voorhees said ticket sales As of Friday guarantee a Jackpot of $290,000 to any ticket Holder who has defied the Odds and selected the six numbers that will be drawn live on television tonight. The chances of picking the winning six numbers out of the Field of 30 Are labelled the Best lotto Odds in the nation but Are still a Long shot at 1 in 593,775. If the Jackpot Isnit won the prize will Roll Over to next weeks drawing. Prizes of $100 will be Given to those who pick five right numbers $10 for four right numbers and a free ticket for three right numbers. The drawing for the lotto numbers will be televised live at 6 28 . On Kwil to Channel 7 in Eastern Iowa. Lotto tickets can be purchased up to 6 18 . The Day of the drawing. Winning numbers will also be displayed on All lotto terminals and published in sunday editions of the Gazette. People May also dial 1-800-542-0021 to find out the winning digits. Winners of the smaller prizes May redeem their tickets at any lotto retailer. Those Lucky enough to win the grand prize Are asked to Contact the Iowa lottery office in Des Moines during weekday hours 8 . To 4 . Lottery officials wont know until noon sunday How Many people if any selected the winning combination of six numbers. a paper boy Dies at 86 Stanek sees action on interstate lotto by Judy Daubenmier Gazette Des Moines Bureau Des Moines a lottery officials from 13 states have moved from merely thinking about an interstate lotto to doing something about it. That in the opinion of Iowa lottery commissioner de Stanek is the result of a meeting of lottery officials in new York this week. Quot six months ago the possibility of an interstate lotto Wasny to even being discussed a he said Friday after returning from the meeting. Quot i think now the possibility is being seriously discussed and Stanek said lottery directors who attended the meeting have set up committees to explore several questions including what the design of an interstate lotto game should be and How to handle problems such As differences in lottery accounting systems accountability a governing body for an interstate lotto and liability for errors. Stanek who was named to the committee on lotto game design expects additional meetings and Telephone discussions in the next month. He cautioned that there Are numerous problems in setting up an interstate lotto. Quot every state has some kind of obstacle. Some can be overcome. Some May not be overcome. Some May decide it May not be Worth it a he said. For example some lottery states need changes in their lottery statutes to allow them to participate in an interstate lotto. Given those problems he said its unrealistic to expect an interstate lotto operation to materialize this Calendar year or Early in 1987. Quot its not something Iowa necessarily will be ready to do in the very near future with a Large number of states. We possibly could with a smaller number of states except that can to afford to be one of the few left out of interstate lotto a Stanek said. Fourteen lotteries have expressed at least some interest in an interstate lotto. Besides Iowa they Are new York Pennsylvania Illinois Michigan new Jersey Missouri Maryland Washington state Washington d.c., West Virginia Rhode Island new Hampshire and Delaware. Because lotto games Are run by computers tied together with Telephone lines states done to have to be close together to enable them to run the same lotto game. But Stanek said he might still prefer an interstate lotto with Missouri and Illi Nois because it would be easier to Market a game designed exclusively for midwesterner As opposed to one that would include populations from several sectors of the country. If interstate lotto becomes a reality and Iowa did no to join Stanek said Iowa a stand alone game could be the victim of rising expectations. An interstate lotto would Likely mean much larger jackpots than the Iowa game could offer based on its smaller ticket sales. Quot a few years ago a couple million dollars was a lot of Money. Its still a lot of Money to most people a he said. But As a Jackpot its less attractive after pots of to million have been Given away he noted. By Dale Kueter Gazette staff writer one of Iowa a oldest paper boys died Friday afternoon in mercy Hospital. Herman Kiebel 86, had been a patient at mercy Hospital since suffering a stroke three weeks ago. Kiebel along with his deceased brother and sister was a longtime newspaper dealer in Cedar rapids. Herman was especially Well known for making newspaper deliveries at Cedar rapids two hospitals. He was probably Best described in a Gazette feature Story last year As Quot a character and a with a news Pouch Slung Over his shoulder aboard his Rusty and always wobbling bicycle he became a downtown fixture. On first Contact it would be easy to interpret Herman As a curmudgeon. His Long suit Wasny to Public relations. But upon re examination As hundreds of people found out he was a kind hearted person. Herman was sort of the territory Man for the Kiebel family newspaper and Magazine business. He hawked papers on downtown Corners at the hospitals and every sunday on the Steps of immaculate Conception Church. Other family members including Marie and Leo his sister and brother stayed Back at the store a first located in a cubby Hole on second Avenue be across from merchants National Bank and later up the Street on second Avenue next to the fourth Street tracks. For nearly 80 years Herman Kiebel peddled newspapers always the Gazette and for a number of years the Des Moines Register. Quot Pepe Pepe a Herman would announce rousing patients As he shuffled Down Hospital corridors. Quot so what if they done to understand it a he told Gazette writer Tom Fruehling. Quot in be been saying it so Many years i can to change Herman is part of a promotional slide presentation used by the Gazette. There he is standing in front of mercy Hospital wearing his Gazette photo by Tom Fruehling Herman Kiebel on his downtown paper route familiar crumpled Short billed Cap. He a smiling de Alderman the gazettes City circulation manager laughs when he remembers making arrangements for the photograph. Quot brought Over a Brand new carriers Pouch but Herman did no to want any part of but in the end he agreed to use it in the picture. Herman a regular paper bag was a Veteran collection of threads some of which dangled Down either mixing with the grit of the Street or batted around by the spokes of his Bike. Like Herman it had character. Sister Mary Lenore Gardner of immaculate Conception Church knew Herman for 13 years. She sometimes washed and mended his newspaper Pouch. Herman lived across the Street from the . Convent on tenth Street be. Quot everybody says he san institution a she said. Quot he was unique. He knew the City so Well and he loved to read his newspapers. And he was generous. He gave Many papers away. I think that a one reason he did no to have a lot of sister Lenore said Herman was robbed twice last year. Once thieves took a Coin collection. Then this past easter sunday someone stole his bicycle. Herman Seldom called people by their real name. He would make up names. Quot he called me sister music a said sister Lenore Quot because i play the Organ and taught if he think of a special name head Call people trouble. Quot he had Many friends a she continued. Quot he received a lot of letters in the or. Kiebel was bom oct. 7, 1899, in Dubuque. His family moved to Cedar rapids when he was 6 months old. He never left. He was drafted at age 43 for world War ii but was discharged after several months because of his age. His education ended after the eighth Grade at the old st. Josephus school. There were no survivors. Funeral services will be monday at 10 . At immaculate Conception Church by the Rev. Philip Schmitt. Burial will be at mount Calvary cemetery. Friends May Call at stewarts funeral Home today from 11 . To 4 ., and sunday from 9 . To 8 . A Rosary will be recited sunday at 4 ., with a Christian Wake service at 7 . On sunday. 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Set Reg $900 what Cedar rapids promotion organization has worked to bring florists funeral directors and firefighters to the City answer in the vision Magazine today s Gazette. 3. Lifetime free ring meaning and inspection 4.25% off All one Carat and larger diamonds a partial sitting from Wiir Eit Muiir could Ian. For Over 97 years the Best value in diamonds look for mothers Day and graduation gifts in the Siebke Hoyt Spring fashion Catalon. Same place new face come in and get acquainted with Dales fruit markets new owners Tom and Barb read. Tom shown at right with Dale and wife Barbara will continue to bring you the some High Quality produce and savings. Come in this week and see Usi direct Calif. Load of fresh fruits and vegetables remember mom Ami a fruit Basket Dales is always the Best. Always filled with the finest amp freshest the very finish Large Sweet novel 40 count Natilio oranges i to just Kici Iveli Beautiful Blooming plants for mothers Dayi select yours now.  0 Pontiac pm Nixsa potatoes 50 la. Bag Wayt the self push red Ripe strawberries 12 it. Flot 8.25 70 open Mon. Amp tit Urt. Nights downtown since 1889. Your trusted jeweler 225 2nd ave. Be amp Westdale mall Cedar rapids Price Good thru May via pm newty Arr Lemd vim Mius onions enjoy your bist a rust Maroin eve bit Usi our vigorous started plants. To Cony grown Famh to us Dolly Best prices around 12 variety incl. Big boy better boy Tomato plants 4pk.s94/6pk.89< of arc Coli cabbage cauliflower r j plants. A a. 394 cakes. A a. 394 my a it Beo Tifful 894 Dales fruit Market 3338 Center it. Re. Be t open . 9-6 Sun. 9-5 364-3314

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