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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 5 urn we rotocwt Tuesday nigh) will find rain over parts of the south Atlantic states and the Pacific northwest, while some snow falls across the upper Plains region and portions of the upper Lakes area. Fair to partly cloudy skies elsewhere. (Continued from Page 1.) persuaded of the need for Nixon The Weather HiaK lemperalures Monday, low temper- atures overnight and Indies of prfcipita- lion: Anchorage 12 3... L. Angeles 6748 Atlanta Miami ...B071." Bismarck ..3017.01 Mln'apolij 3114. Chicago ....3327.03 N.Orleans 7651 .w Denver New York 2544.04 Duluth ....2514.0! Phoenix ..4437.' Honolulu ..7844.07 Seattle ....4544.14 Houston ...4444...'Washington Extended Forecast Partly cloudy with temperatures mo- derating Thursday through Sat- urday. Lows in the leens Thurs- day and 20s Friday and Satur- day. Highs mostly in the upper 20s Thursday to 40s Friday and Saturday. C. R. Weather High Monday.................34 Low overnight ...............18 Noon Tuesday .32 2 p.m. 32 1 Precipitation ..............None Total for Jan. ....'..........1.62 Normal for Jan.............1.51 Barometer, steady Humidity at noon ........29.86 .96% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. SSE at 15 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 27; low, rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck.........Snow 20-2B Chicago ........PICldy 48-30 Cincinnati .....PtCldy 55-33 Cleveland ......PtCldy 50-30 DCS Moines .......Fair 47-23 Detroit ............Fair 47-26 Indianapolis Fair 53-35 Kansas City Fair 59-35 Mpls.-St. Paul___Cloudy 26-5 Okla. City .......Fair 03-35 Omaha .......PtCldy 50-23 Sioux Falls .....Cloudy 39-16 zero. Degree Days Monday................. 41 Total to date Through Jan. 28, 1973 Percent of normal year .59.42 Total normal year Jjf Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday 680.31 Jan. 29 To Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert McMullin, 366 Eighth avenue SW, a son. Births Luke's Jan. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Ed- nrtyid L. Bauer, Walker, a son. Jan. 2S To the families of Hifrry W. Miller, Kewhall, daughter; James W. Burcss, 1887 Sixth avenue, Marion, a son; Kent D. Boiscn, 626 For- tieth street SW, a daughter; Charles Tcague, 3510 While Oalc road SE, a son. Out of Town Births Al Lakcnhcath APIS, Mildcn- hall, England Sgt. and Mrs. Lee A. BorntraRCr, a son Jan. 2D. Mrs. Bornlragcv is the daughter of Mrs. Lclahd Miller, 3115 Harvest Hill road SW. At Mason City Mr. and Mrs. Lcman Olson, a daughter Jan. 18. Mrs. Olson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal McLean, Marion. 1620 Second avenue, Marriage Licenses Ortlia Holley and Harold Mc- TJadc, both of Cedar Rapids. Katharine Avon, Hiawatha, and Jack Davis, Cedar Rapids. Fires p.m. Monday. Flush gasoline at 826 Second street SE. p.m. Monday. lo couch at 325 First avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Cutting lorch to junk car at 509 J ave- nue NW. p.m. Monday. Short In refriRcralnr at 135 Echo lane NW. p.m. Monday. Amnii liiucc call at 200 Auburn drive p.m. Monday, das odor at I4'10 Thirty-second street NE. Magistrate's Court SnecdlnR Robert Floyd, 112 Seventh avenue SW; fined mid costs. Cheryl Stelber, I'rompt vrn M.OWKB. siior fllMIB Center PI. Rd. N.E. 39J-5565 598 Cobban court SE; appear by documents pre- Seherrer, 4800 Gordon avenue iW; Craig Btirlingame, 344 Seventeenth street SE; by Ehrlichman's attorneys including a copy of a War tin, Hiawatha; Michael Benson, 142 Twentieth made by the President SW; Ronald Nebeudahl, May 22, 1973, in which he dis- ?irst avenue SW; Joe the duties of the secret route two, Marion; each fined and costs. Lori House "plumbers" unit 2455 First avenue SW; carried oul the Ellsberg Vlulholland, 1548 D avenue Theresa Maine, 8'22 Suburban slreet NE; William defense maintains thai 2901 Russell drive NE; Liddy and Young Seggers, 200 Thirtieth acting as federal law en- Marion; each fined officers and that it is costs. Vehicle control violation Clair Whitman, the normal policy of the county district attorney's office :ined and costs. prosecute policemen who ille- Perry, 3025 Franbrook obtain evidence. NW; Michael Litlle, Brandon; each fined and costs. Russel Wellner, 4801 Ford avenue breakin was ordered by the "plumbers" as part of a na- lined and i o n a I security investigation Pcrmiting unlawful riding after the Pentagon Marvin Donaldson, 6004 Lang-don avenue SW; fined and were published. Failure to dim lights resolution to impeach Nixon David Matejka, route will come before the Cedar Hapids; fined house for a vote, says Traffic signal violation John Maker, 837 Fifth Carl Albert. The Oklahoma Democrat tql y the Rev. Stephen R. Root. Burial: Cedar Memorial ccme- cry. Masonic services will be conducted by the Crescent odge, with military services by lanford post. Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home alter noon Thursday and at the church after 10 a.m. Friday. The casket will be closed at p.m. Friday. All Master Masons are asked to meet at the church at p.m. Friday. DEATHS Dispute Use Of Sunday Liquor Funds By Dale Km-icr State Ken. Torn Hiley (II- Cedar Rapids i Monday asked iji.ji, iiif.iittril luillCT WiMl ituiu iui PIERSON'S something special 1800 Ellis BlvdilW FLOWERPHONE 366-1 FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8739 phone answered 24 hours every Memorial Services Buchanan, Stella M. Tur- ner chapel west, at a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Alvon Nelson. Burial: Cedar Memo- rial cemetery. Kincaidc, Ann Jciinetlc Ko- sok Services were held Tues- day at 2 p.m. at the Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Larry R. Johnson of First United Pres- byterian church. Entombment was in Chapel of Memories mausoleum. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Frees Prisoners BANGKOK (AP) Premier Sanya Thammasak has ordered the release of 162 political pris- oners jailed more than two years ago by the ousted mili- tary regime. Non-Contract NEW WANT AD DEADLINES PM Wed'. PM Fit AM Sot. AM Sal. Corrections and cancella- tion! S AM 'III 9 AM day of publication, 'Til lllOO AM Sat. lor Sunday. Want Ad Dnpt. Closes at Noon Saturday DIAL 398-8234
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