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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sal.. November 23. 1971 KAWKA! WfAlHfft MtVlCt fOtfCASt lo /AM IIT ti-*4-7* DEATHS Mrs. Richard Meyer Mrs. Richard (Nadine)! Meyer, 59. of 719 Q avenue NW, died Friday in a Cedar Rapids Geraldine Shada. 1218 Twen hospital after a lingering illness. street SW, Friday reported Robber Binds Woman, Takes Rings, Auto City Briefs Changes in Transportation Rules Asked by Farm Unit Food Bank — The Linn county food bank meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 pm. at First Presbyterian church, Third avenue and Fifth street SE. ♦ * * Btiresh Rental She was born Oct. 30, 1915, in    she    v\as    tied up    and robbed of brand named euuioment the Blairstown area. She was    jewelry    valued    at    $2,000    and I married to Richard Meyer in    $105    cash by a man    armed    with J1938 in Clarence. They moved to 'Cedar Rapids from Lisbon By Pamela lluey    The    DOT should establish a HF* MOINES (UPI) - The 'division which Rives hi«h Priori‘ DLS MOI NLS (III) - me ^    ^    aecondary Iowa    Farm Bureau Saturday;    |<oad and bridg0 problems,    An- Rent better called    on    the new state    depart    qPrson sa'd< add*nf>: Adv-    Irnent    of    transportation    to de- severe bottleneck    in    this velop    a    transportation    system    first link will disrupt the    flow of the entire sys- about a year ago. She    is survived by her hus-    d()0r at about 7:30 p.m. Friday, band,    one daughter, Constance    Pbe man pointed    the gun at    her Kahi,    Cedar Rapids; a son.    and forced his    way into    the Lewis, Iowa City; three sisters,    house. jMary Gessner, Oelwein; Velma The man led her to the base-: UH WI ATHN* FOUX AST • /TIA EaSsmow now Witsell. Cedar Rapids, and Pauline Harts, Blairstown; one brother, Lyle Ullis, Blairstown, and two grandchildren. Services: Monday at 1:30 p m. at Morgan's in Mt. Vernon where friends may call after 2 ♦ * * a sawed-off shotgun.    37<    0235. —    permit    the    flow    oflgoods    through Mrs.    Shada    told    police    she    an-    *    *    *    goods with the fewest possible swered    a    knock on    her    residence Shotgun Taken    —    Paul WH- barriers and best use of each hams, 1247 Hazel drive NE, Fri- mod€ 0f travel.    I railroad systems,” and should In a statement prepared for a i have the authority to work with DOT public hearing here, the other state and federal agencies Farm Bureau said a first step in! to improve navigation facilities n ^hnn r-hrkrm^c    achievin8 its recommendation is^on    the    Mississippi, which    are 1 p    the recodification of transpor-    important    in    the shipping    of tation statutes and the revamp- grain. day reported a    20 gauge shotgun valued    at $85    taken    from his residence. ♦    *    * ment    where    he ordered her to    Ellis Pi open    a safe.    When she refused    —Adv. to    open    the    safe,    the    man    led    *    * * her    upstairs    to    a    bedroom    Best    Rental    Rents    The Best, where he tied her hands and —Adv. feet    with a    clothesline. The    *    *    * The DOT should assert influence to direct changes in our railroad systems,’ ing and simplifying of transportation regulations. Harold Anderson, local and One of 30 Anderson was one of about 30 individuals and groups sched-to testify at the hearing. which Rain will be falling Saturday over the Pacific northwest and in parts of the mid-Mississippi and Ohio valleys. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. man also ripped a telephone Games, Montrose, doors Sat-mvironmental affairs diriK'toi jujecj p m. Sunday. Officiating will be I lir>e from the wall in the bed- urday 6:30, Sunday 6:00 - Adv. , of the Farm Bureau, saidI agre    planned    to    gather the Rev. Dale Hatched of the!room.    *    »    .    culture    needs    an    rntegrated■ ^    f#f    (hc    pIanning United Methodist church in Us-1 Mrs. Shada    said he then re-    Billfold    Missing - Virginia    'importation svsum    n    s    i    ^ g g(ate transportafion policy. moved three diamond rings val-    MarshalI,    1606 Oakland road    P°l ll vvoua> m)U    1    ( r \V Sloan executive    vice- ued at $2,000    from her purse,    NE, Friday reported her billfold    Soods and services    president of the Iowa    Good $105 cash and    a set of car keys,    containing    $46 in food stamps,    He also said timely    delivery    Roads Awn fl]so les(jfied    urg. The robber fled in her foreign and Personal PaP€rs was lost or ()f ^ presets to gulf ports is    mT    t0    provide    “trans ®    ----*—    the essential to maintain and ex- h    1    ■ —Daily Record— The Weather Iowa Deaths Canada To Reduce Oil FlowtoU. S. Hi0h temperatures Friday, low terry peratures overnight and inches of pre capitation: Anchorage    31    IO    L Angeles    47    SO Atlanta .    aa    34    Miami    73    40 Bismarck .    *0    Ti    Min'apolis    S3    3* Chicago ..    *4    41    N. Orleans    71    <4 Denver    SS    37    .07    New York    3*    V Duluth ...SOJO Phoenix 74 44 Honolulu    75    44    ll    Seattle    4S    41 .33 Houston    78    47    Washington    S4    31 Keota — Willard G. Sunday,    j ✓vp™.,.,. /Ar», c* , , 56. Sunday at 2 p.m., Powell’s.    OTTAWA (AP) Canada has West Union Ercyle G. Frey,    announced plans to reduce oil United Methodist church in    exports to the U.S. next year by West Union. Friends may call    up to 28 percent and eliminate £ 1:30 P.m. Saturday at. them by I9tt. Witt s or after 9 a.m. Sunday at    J Extended Forecast — Mild the church.    I    The plan was announced in a Monday    and    Tuesday,    turning;    Cedar Valley— Mrs. Edgar    Friday night address to parlia- colder    Wednesday.    Lows    Mon-    VanAntwerp, 67. Monday at 2.    ment bv Energy Minister Don- “ - may call after 1:301 ald MacDonald bon. Burial will be in Lisbon. Mrs. Joseph Duffy Lora G. Duffy, 78. Iowa City, widow of Joseph Duffy, and formerly of Cedar Rapids, died 'Saturday after a short illness. Born near Cedar Rapids. Mrs. I Duffy lived on a farm in the vicinity before moving to the Iowa City area about 25 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Betty Schmidt. San Diego, Calif., and Alta Cook, Iowa City; car. The car was recovered Saturday morning southwest of Cedar Rapids by the sheriff's department. stolen while shopping in downtown area. ★ * * Wreaths and grave mounds ...    .    .    potation priorities to equitably pand foreign marked.    ^ a„ 'government jurisdic. Bridge Conditions    tions and geographic regions Anderson said he is concerned ()* die sfafe- Mrs. Shada was found at 7:39    Gardens.    abQut (bp poor conditions of Sloan said that goal can be ^ ’    ■*"’* v’    bridges and    secondary roads in    accomplished only if adequate *    *    *    jovva the    outmoded railroad    funding is provided    for state Are you looking    for    Antiques?    system and    the deterioration of    and county roads    and city Try the Stable on the    Alley.—    facilities necessary for barge    streets because “all    modes of p.m. by a deliveryman who was bringing medicine, police said. The suspect was described as white, in his 30s. 5 feet 7 inches tall, slenderly built and day and Tuesday 20s to mid 30?;1 Munday aTshee's .^‘sonPin cooling to upper teens and 20s Tipton. Wednesday. Highs 30s to 50s. He said the 900,000 barrels a three sons, Robert Duffy, Sa-.wearing a stocking cap over his vannah, Ga., Emery Duffy, Chi- ^ace cago, 111., and Charles Duffy,    ~ Mon. two sis'ers Clai-a Duffy Ru|e Suicide in and Viola Miller, both of Cedar Rapids; 17 grandchildren and Woman's Death five great-grandchildren. Services: Monday at 1:30 p.m. j Veva Marie Graybeal, 47, of at St. Mary's church, Iowa City. route two, Cedar Rapids, was St. Olaf — Ben H. Funk, 9l,|day now being exported to theiRosary Sunday at 4 p.m. at the dead on arrival at Mercy hospi ce. R. Weather Sunday at 2 in the Zion Lu-RJ.S - about 15 percent of U S. STS*1 imp°r,s -wou,d * reduced to 800.000 by Jan. I, 1975. and be Normal for November 2 36 Normal through Nov.......31.75 Total for 1974  .........43.14 Barometer, falling .........29.72 Humidity at noon ........100% Wind direction and velocity at Memorial Services High    Friday ............... 57    Center. Friends    may i    L(    ca    Witt s in Elkader. v An    v-ifiirH ii    52    Kalona— Joe    TeBockhorsp.    further cut    to 650.000 in July    if , owiinwy ............ 88. Tuesday at IO at Holy Trin-the main oil-producing prov- .....................nn Jity church in    Richmond. Prayer j jnces, Alberta    and    Saskatche- Rarnfall ................... 0.93    services at 3    and 7:30 at Peter- Total for November ....... 3.47    win*.    *a"’    a*ree; Urbana— Minnie    E.    MacDonald    said    the    immedi- Kins, 73. ' Monday at 2 ingate purpose was to arrange for Linwood demeter'v°S ' Murdoch’s chapel. Friends may    sufficient oil to be    shipped    to__I tocSXS PoSt1,    •Murd0chs    eastern    Canada    when the! Elberon- Kenneth Snyder,Icountry’s first east-west pipeline! 71. Monday    at 1:30. Visitation Jink    is completed,    while    the ' j after 1:30 Sunday. Fellmet’s in long-term objective is to avert: Gazette weather station at j Keystone.    i    an oil shortage predicted for the p.m. N at 6 mph.    Decorah—    Lester Larson. 69 nex^ decade Sun rises 7:07 am.; sunsets,    at    Olson-Fjel-    ^ ^ ^    #(| 4.39 p.m.    Independence— * Merritt    J.    the volume    of    exports    now going Year Ago Today - High, 54; j McCardie, 75. Tuesday    at    to the U.S. 10:30, St. John’s Catholic church. Catholic Daughters    of Travefer's Forecast (America rosary Sunday Donohue funeral home. Iowa tai after she was found at 6 a m. City.    Saturday in a car with the en-|    Adv gine running in a closed garage. Adv. * * * Money Taken — Mildred Spil-man. 1106 Fifteenth street SW, Friday reported her billfold containing $50 cash, and personal papers taken while shopping at Woolworth^ department store, 117 Second avenue SE. Apples SASO bushel—BananasIf11^'Jc ard nineKf,r<‘''™C[l W<“r° lost during a rebel attack on a 8 lbs. $1 OO — Ray s Market, SW traffic on the Mississippi river. Convoy Hit; 9 Missing PHNOM PENH (AP) -Philippine tugboat was sunk by mt>nts ar>d maintenance. Man Jailed on transportation are served by and are functionally dependent on roads.” The key to such funding, he I said, is preservation of Iowa's constitutional requirement that motor vehicle fees and taxes be used only for road improve- ♦ * Lost: Large set Pauls of keys. be-and Marion. Mrs. Graybeal was found by tween ^ Cosmos, Myrtle M. —    R°*frt'    10    thc    Reward. 363-1281. - Adv. vices were Saturday at Teahcn garage at their residence. funeral home by the Rev^ Don- The Linn medical examiner    Dlo,    ,r .    u .    . ald Wells of First Baptist has ril|ed ,he death a suicide    Pla>" rakf,« - Robert Robbery Count Joseph O. Habeck, 27. of 2711 Find Chimp Innocent in Scare Suit FREEHOLD, N. J. (AP Aucutt, 2625 Thirty-third avenue Veta M. Graybeal. wife of HSW: Fr‘da>' sported a tape Robert G Graybeal. was born deck and ,w0 ,sPeak,ers ,aken - r»__i n ... x’.u a ii from his car while at an unde convoy bound from Phnom Penh to the provincial town of Kompong Cham, a survivor reported Saturday. Two Cambodian navy gunboats and a small tanker were Bever avenue SE, was arrested also lost in the bombardment Friday on a charge of robbery Friday along with 1.000 tons of aBer he was spotted in a tavern rice and several hundred tons of by one of the victims of an at-ammunition.    tempted-holdup. The survivor said the tug was Habeck, who was arrested at (ermined TocmZ.The" ZZ on fire and sinking when £and » P-™* «^,n"s 1927. She had lived in Iowa City before moving to Cedar Rapids in 1971. She was employed in the administration department of Shampoo living room $11.95, were valued at $65. ♦ * * two others were picked up by a gunboat. It was not known if the char*ed with Pallin? ,a ?un on nine other crewmen, all Fill- two women as they left the tav- pinos, were killed or captured er!l on tho night of Nov. 8. low. 44; rainfall, .84. ^ .    /’j .ut Mr- Jl8gs, an 11-year-old. roller- 31 1047 Eastern Canada, cut off from I ski)Ung chim(,an^ has    1947 :,t its country's oil by the lack• «J|fcund innocent of frightening a it i an east-west nine me has re bed H ii ml bt    7:30; parish rosary Monday at an east-west pipeline, has relied Weather IH-Lo a' irncl parjsh wake Monday at lJntjj now on imported oil. most-ueamer, iii-iaLg, Mason-Haw'e s, w^here friends, ,    ..    _    .    A.    »,    j 366-6226 - Adv aaa 1975 ‘ Redbook” of United Surviving in addition to her!^*ates ^°tns $3.09—Jerome s City for three years. She was married in Merna, Neb., August woman in a restaurant. idle East. Bismarck .......PtCldy    36-16jmay cad beginning Sunday Chicago .........Cloudy    40-29 j morning. Cincinnati........Shwrs    M-29| 0rlwtin_ Ff(j(> Ijr50n 82 I Des Moines . . . I PtCldy    34-24 Monda>' at 10. Brant-Keras’. for    an    immediate end to    U S.    oil Detroit   Cloudy    45-27 Ridgeway— Fred (Mike) j exports.    He    said    it    “would    be Indianapolis  Shwrs 50-25) Pele!j    Monday    at    1:30,    disruptive    to    Canadian-U.S. aaa Ullin HUA Oil liupui leu on. IIIUSI- Aftn. ilin d.„.    „    -juan    ie.    iuv*a euv,i ly from Venezuela and the Mid- jurv pr|day f0‘und no cause for ^eAnn Bodehorst, Mt. Pleasant;!    ^(don>*    chocolate    and 47. Monday at Milwaukee  PtCldy 36-211 Peace Lutheran church. Brad-, .    .    ..    t*    wouw    deprive Mpls.-St.    Paul    ..PtCldy    32-20 ley-Lindstroms, Cresco.    itrade rtlations. It would deprive Omaha ..........PtCldy    54-271 Whittier— Patricia Gatewood |teCa'n northern refineries and St. Louis........ Shwrs    42-271 Whitman. Way/.ata, Minn., for- their communities of the Cana- Sioux Falls  PtCldy    35-18;merly of Whittier. Services dian Out-of-Town Births    Mortal    S"    ,radm#nall» At Minneapolis — Mr and| ter>% Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Charles W. Huebner, a daughter Nov. 21. Mrs. Huebner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard C. Williams, 130j^%    4 r\ k J • I Thompson drive SE. Huebner L OGff IU /*7 I IQS the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Faye Brooks. Hastings, and a brother, Keith Omaha. Services; Monday at Neb., Neth, 10:30 Chases Tireless Ty suit against Mr. Jiggs, his owner, Ronald Winters, and Fricke’s Old Hook Inn at Emer son. Joan Hemmer claimed Jiggs so startled her by putting his .i ., . .,    . .chin on her table that she,®-111- at Turner chapel west bv crude oil that they Lave jumped up and smashed against tde    Robert    Bouton    of tonally relied on.    a ^ injuring her neck, left christ Church United Presby* shoulder and rib cage.    |terian- Buna,: Broken Bow- She said she subsequently suf- ^ Friends may fered mental anguish, ' with T.urner chJ?.Pel west unti!.10 a m Universitv hospitals in Iowa dedroom Diamond Carpet. ,    f;ring from the The robbery was foiled when —.    .    ..    r    a.    _    ahi,    °>    Ine    reoeis    Tiring irom me    Whitwell    un? First inks of the Mekong river.    b0/ / 11 1 ., ,    ..    .    nue SW. and Janet Meyer, 1410 Sources said it was the worst Bever ayenue s£ got jnto a cap and drove away. Police said they were alerted when one of the victims recognized Habeck at the tavern and called them. Habeck was taken to county jail on $10,000 bond. husband are two daughters, IAdv> Joan Aupperle, Iowa City; loss suffered by international crews manning convoys in Cambodia since the war began in 1970. c cdM    I,.,    _...      a    son Gary, Olympia. Wash.' I vanilla coating for pretzels and MacDonald rejected demands a,cU™a „a'n‘" a,^r“"afher father. Raymond Neth. Brandy making, buy bulk, now ken Bow. Neb.; a sister, Frieda available. Lindale Plaza. — Adv. * * * Parking spaces available by the month, close in downtown. Call 365-8774 before 5 P.M. -Adv * * * Eagle Knocks Out Hunter the Firemen Quell Woodshed Fire Firemen were called at 9:27 He added that the U S. had I been informed in advance of the plan. Cyclisf Hurl nightmares “of little monkeys Monday. The casket will not be Conn. (AP) — A .rawlmg over me” which kept f)P€ned aBer service, her awake; was plagued withi DECORAH —• Reginald Bigler,;repeated migraine headaches Dvorak Arrested on dm. NE .....SEN    MOI h. ...im ,M . T    repeajea migraine neaaacnes uvoraK Mrresiea on November 25.7:30 p.m. - Adv. where he was recuperating Fri- ^    . At Seattle. Wash. — Mr. and "tateI tr°°Per chased a car that 17. ruia1 Decorah, wa> in and ]ost 22 pounds; had to sleep Drunk Drivinn Count    *    *    *    day    He added that the bird    took Constitutionality Claim Mrs. Kenyon P. Kellogg jr.. a j had lost its front tires about IO serious condition in a Rochester in traction; and had to hire help ,    9    Television    Taken    -    William    off    across the field at kind of a In Jurv Selection s?n^ov' 22i    the    Snn    m!les    ^°wn a fourdane highway hospital Saturday following a one day a week to do the heavy Kenneth D Dvorak. 37. of 1500 Edmonds 5031 East road SW trot flannina its wines Kellogg, 5*44 Lo”t VaU^Jd 5?'T T    T    “TTZZL    h“st'k«Pin«    '    Four,h    SW-    ***    ‘"arged    Prlday reported a po^    b    Lgh, to Denver WATERUX) <A1’» - A Wa' SE.    itrp|    and crash^d »nto a bridge night. Authorities said Bigers Winters testified he was hold-Friday with drunk driving after television set valued at $300 and    d(cH)r,    ftirated    on    his    terlo° man schedll!€d t0 8° on abutment.    cycle and a car driven by liar- ing Jiggs’ hand while accom- the car he was driving struck a a portable stereo valued at $75    ■    *    trial next month for murder hai DENVER (AP> - Terry Hauf, 25. was hunting game birds on a farm near his Yoder. Wyo.. Games—Temple Judah. Lind- home when he was struck and p m Friday to extinguish a fire say Lane and Bever Ave S. L., knocked unconscious byr an a wood storage shed at Bever "J!November 24th. 7:30 p m. Tur- eagle. He estimated the wing par|< keys—Adv    span    at    between    four and six p<)|jce discovered ,hc (jrc ,    .    nnn    „    .    .    66    ‘    which    apparently    started    when Local 308 Carpenters opposed "I didn t see the bird until I the shed was tlppi,d over to J percent - meeting at came to. He was dazed, too," stuffed with Jeavcs and ignited' Atkins Legion Hall. Monday, Hauf told newsmen at a hospital    _____ November 25. 7:30 p.m. Fires Friday. iii __ FriHnv ,Inl    Trooper    William    Dudley said I an Palmer, 20. also of Decorah panying him through the restau- parked car in the HOO block of taken from his residence to stove at 413 Sixteenth * tree* tbe cbast* never exceeded 40 collided. Palmer was charged rant to a banquet room where Second street SE. SE~    jm.p.h.    He    said    he    was afraid to wi^h failure to yield the right-of- the chimpanzee was to perform Dvorak was arrested at 7:42 at a Cub Scout awards affair 9:27 p.m. Friday. Undetrr- pull the car over for fear of an vva> mined to shed at Bever park. I accident 9:49 p.m. Friday. Undeter- nu.^'t . *.    ,, mined to trash at 1400 block of Officials said the car finally Second street SE.    .stopped    when it .skidded out of 10:34    p.m.    Friday.    Flush,control at a roadblock, psoline at scene of accident at The driver. Donald Lamade- Bever avenue and Meadow-1, •    .    ,    .    ,    .    m ^ .    ■«,.    *    *    Cc« brook drive SE.    |    terne,    17,    was    taken    to    a    hospital    Twenty-ninth street SF.. 11:24 p.m. Friday    False and treated tor cuts and head dav was in good condition a'    Kissing    No- alarm at 4101 Sixteenth avenue injuries He was charged with Mercy hospital with head lacer- _    J    L    L*    v    * e j vs reckless driving, evading re- ations suffered Friday when he ”y Handshaking, Yes I 42 a rn. Saturday Nuisance call at Wenig road and J ave- Man Hospitalized Following Accident John W. Perez, 33. of 641 skates. Sat ut ion al lacer suffered Friday when he ♦ * * “Star” selections appearing p m Friday after his north- daily in Classified make your Jiggs made a brief appear- bound car struck a properly Christmas shopping easier:’See ante < n the opening day of the parked car owned bv Paul T. the Want Ads’—Adv trial. He appeared in Boy Scout Agnew. 2003 Franklin avenue    * *    * uniform atop bright red roller se forcing it into a third car Camper Breakin—Robert Frowned by Gary Koza, 1425 munds. 3109 Bramble road SW, Harold drive SE.    Friday    reported    a    pair    of    binoc right eye Thursday in an effort a|, d ,ha, ,h ttad d to save it. He also suffered head sel€*( t|w jlmlrs ,0 hcar hjs cuts. Spoke to Prisoners, Man Faces Charge case is unconstitutional. Attorneys for James Bailey, 145. filed a petition F'riday in Black Hawk county district court alleging the court’s jury James Bratton, 32. Min- panel does not represent a neapolis, was charged Friday cross-section of the community. with communicating with pris- They claim the jury provides inadequate representation of sponsibility, operating under lost control of his car and hit a BF.RKELF.Y, (alif. (AP) nue NE.    (suspension    and disobeying the tree    (researcher on the common cold 1:58 a m. Saturday. Nuisance orders of an officer.    Police    said    Perez    was    driving    sa>s >°u probably won t catch ®°unty Jail after posting MOO Picktip truck whHc parked at his Parkin« lot. call at Northwoood and F’air-lane drives NE. bond. - on Bever avenue SE near its one by kissing, but beware of Development Share Intersection with Meadowbrook shaking hands And rubbing MUNICH (AP) — West Ger- drive at 10:30 p.m. F'riday when noses, many’s Messerschmidt Boelkow- his car crossed the center line, The most important method Blohni aerospace combine said struck a tree and flipper! over. °t transmission is when the Saturday it expects to share de- Perez will be charged with fingers become infected and go simultaneously at velopment of an Arab-financed failure to maintain control of his t0 nose.” Dr. Jack Sehieble tablishments. and satellite    vehicle,    police said Kennedy Files Suit the four cs-were begm- told a health care seminar. ning to return seized materia! to Sehieble. a research specialist the Federal building about 5:30 for the California health depart- p m. results. Betting System Football parlay cards involve eauiDment a system of betting (rn both Three Arrested at Massage Parlor HAMPTON (UPI) - Two Twin Cities women and a communications Hampton man were released on___ bond F'riday after they were arrested on prostitution, drug and conspiracy charges at the Hitch-! ing Post tavern and massage Police Chief Bud Nelson said In Iowa Senate Bid Susan Nolan, 18. St. Paul, and Cindy Jenson, 21, Minneapolis. DUBUQUE (APi — Sen Gene    ment,    even    though    he nude dancers and masseuses at Kennedy (D-I)ubuque) filed suit    lived    in    the    district the tavern, both were charged Friday against Dubuque county    time. with soliciting for prostitution    Election Commissioner Harold    Gov. Robert Ray set the date    morning Miss Jenson also was charged    Meloy to allow Kennedy to run    for the special election to fill a with possession of a controlled    in a special election in Iowa’s    vacancy caused by the resigna substance (marijuana), he said ,senate district IO.    tion    of    Sen. Michael Blouin (D- In addition. Nelson said, W A., Kennedy, who moved into the Dubuque) who was elected to vear-old bronze statuette of There was no immediate in-(Wiily) Wobschall. Hampton, district Nov. 6. does not meet congress.    FIros. the Greek god of love, sold dictation if any action might be was charged with knowingly so-the 60-day residency require- But Meloy’s attorney said Ray for $40,000 at auction Friday, taken in the case under Iowa hating for immoral purposes in    ment for the Dec. 30 election.    failed to confer with Meloy be-    the highest    price    ever    paid here statutes. violation of the state liquor law    Kennedy’s attorney told Dubu-    fore setting the date for the    for a classical    antiquity    _____ and also with conspiracy. He is que county District Judge election, which the governor is      I    lo    YEARS    AGO    —    A jet air- the owner and operator of tile Thomas Nelson his client has required by law to do, therefore 30 YEARS AGO — Four Soviet liner exploded at the Home air-Hitching Post where the arrests lived in the county for 16 years making the election date illegal, armies fought to annihilate 30 port, killing 43 of 72 persons were made Thursday night, po- and therefore has met the con- Nelson was expected to rule trapped German divisions in aboard, including the Roman lice said    jstitutional    intent    of    the    require-on the matter Saturday.    western Latvia.    I    Catholic    bishop    of    Des    Moines Police said Dvorak suffered a ulars, a fishing reel,    a box of    oners a    county Jad- bloody nose, but refused hospi- test equipment and fuses, a first    Bratton,    who was released    blacks, poor    people, young peo- tai treatment.    aid kit and a five-ton    hydraulic    aRer P°shn8 $30 bond, allegedly    pie.    persons    not registered to Dvorak was released from the Jack taken fr°m    camper    sP°ke t0    prisoners from the    vote.    old people, certain profes- * *    •    *    —*    sional persons and newly-regis tered electors. According to the petition, Bailey, a black, is indigent. Bailey’s attorneys asked for a hearing on their request that the jury panel be discharged Bailey is accused of fatally beating Charles Mabry. 49. VVa-• ♦E000 terloo, with a tire iron last Sep-tW() tember shipping i _ C.R. Raid— (Continued from Page I.) residence The items were valued at $198 * * * Littons “Gourmet” Micro-wa\e Oven. Free home demonstration. Cooking lessons with Tuna Contaminated, Two Officials Fined LOS ANGELES (AP) - A fed-,    ural judge has fined two top "I purchase, Call Charlotte Olson, fjcja]s 0f the Samoan subsidiary 362-6014 before 9 or after 5pm of star Kist Foods. Inc Adv. ment, said experiments have shown kissing is not likely to transmit a cold because very few viruses remain in the mouth. But anyone who touches a person or object containing has not    cold viruses    and then touches all that    his nose is    a    likely candidate to    college    and    professional    games wake up    sneezing the next    The bettor    places    a    certain !    amount    of    money    on    games, --(be    cdds    usually    changing Sold tor $40,000    depending    on    the    number    of NEW YORK (AP) - A 2.000- contests * *    * Evy’» Lounge,    Saturday    — A    chock    at    a    fifth    business    in    Don Miller Trio.    Shiners Wel- the    city    failed    to    produce    any    come! Next to Paramount.    — each and put them years’ probation for contaminated cans of tuna which made more than 200 persons ill in 1973. John Schmidtke, manager of Prices reduced on remaining ^lUf ^amoa’ ^nc-* and of Alcove Cafe 393    «au">Karten.    a    plant su- Adv. 1004 for appointment Sentence Upheld Adv. perintendent. were sentenced Friday by U. S. District Judge! 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