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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Joseph Sirowy Joseph Sirowy, 69, or 1105 Twenty-fifth street SE, died Sun- day after a long illness. Owner land operator of a service station Mrs. Charles Brainard Ethel B. Brainard, 83, of 611 Twenty-seventh street NE, aj The Cedar Rapids Gazette: April 29, 1974 3 Tornado's Toll: (Continued from Page 1.) Cedar Rapids resident 11 years, requested to report to the died Sunday following a long'schools to assist in repairing tOWtST TtMHRATURIi 0 NEWOKICANB Rain is expected Monday night in the Pacific Northwest, New Mexico Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. and Oklahoma. The Weather C. R. Weather High Sunday Marriages Dissolved Jeanne C. and Donald W. I Moore. Mary and Clarence E. jBrister. Candice S. and Lestei G. Rowe. Cheryl Ann ant, Gerald Leslie Wimmer. Linda L. and Terry Gene Sacora. Pa- mela S. and Craig J. Pickart.. Fires High temperatures Sunday, low temp- eratures overnight and inches of pre- cipitation. Anchorage 52 34 L. Angeles 74 5B Atlanta 83 57 Miami 76 6B Bismarck 5734 .01 Min'apolis 75 44 Chicago .76421.11 N. Orleans a! 42 ..jG. Rowe. Cheryl Ann and Denver 35 .31 New York 73 60 Ouluth Phoenix 88 5B Honolulu S5 71 Seallle 40 45 Houston 78 a Washington 85 63 a.m. Saturday. Un- Low overnight ...............45 known to rubbish across from Noon Monday ................63 3737 Oakland road NE. Traffic signal violation Daryl Tolefsrud, Hiawatha; Bennie Bowers, Walker; each lined and costs. Jerry Franks, Springville; Karen Keeney, 1515 J street SW; each fined S15 and costs. Larry Gooden, 1523 Sixth street fined S10 and costs. Driver's license Miles Chaplin, 3709 Twelfth avenue SW; fined ?20 and costs. Kenneth Sprinkle, Coral- ville; fined and costs. Failure to report accident Lei and Sauer, Quasqueton; fined and costs. Studded tires Linda Col- lins, Solon; Larry Beatty, Shellsburg; Kenneth Davis, 2 p.m..................... 64: P-m- Saturday. Needless U220 Vernon Hill boulevard SE; cal1 at Kirkwood boulevard and each fined and costs. i Okla'loma avonue sw- Tnal fn A -1 v. ng xures aacen o Total for April 5.57 p.m. Saturday. Burning- street Marion Lawrence, Normal for April 2.79 leaves out of control at 307 Normal through April 7.81 Twenty-eighth street drive SE. t- 11 n..' P-m- Saturday. Backer, Total for 1974 at 1233 Barometer, rising .........30.05: Sixth street NW. Humidity at noon........ p.m. Saturday. Air-c-vac al Striking fixtures adjacent to Walford; fined and costs. Right-of-way violation John Harris, 3000 J street SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment David Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Wind direction and velocity at: Saturdav Leafc jn Gazette weather station at (ank at rh.st -slreet and p.m. W at 10 mph. j Second avenue SE. i w n k __ Sun rises Tuesday, Tuesday at Jordans' fined and costs. Iowa Deaths tion of alarm system at 717 Sixteenth street NE. sets, Year Ago Today High, Children low, 50; rainfall, .37 Traveler's Forecast Tuesday with matches to logs at dead end of Stoneybrook lane NE. p.m. Saturday. Burning Grove Baptist churcli. Burial: Springville cemetery. Mur- doch's, Central City. Belle Phiine James H.- Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Fair 63-42 Chicago .........PtCldy 63-52 Cincinnati.......Cloudy 77-5] Cleveland Shwrs 68-46 Des Moines......PtCldy 68-50 Detroit Shwrs 65-45 Indianapolis ___Shwrs 77-51 Kansas City......Shwrs 70-57 Milwaukee ......PtCldy 60-40 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy 63-46 Okla. City.......Tshwrs 78-58 Omaha ..........PtCldy 75-51 .Tshwrs 75-58 .Fair 67-42 Degree Days Saturday ...................0 Sunday Total to date St. Louis Sioux Falls..... Through April 28, 1973 Percent of normal year .99.24 Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.8, fall .2 Lansing (18) 10.5, fall .2 Dam 9 (18) 20.2, fall .2 McGregor (18) 12.6, fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 12.1, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 13.9, fall .1 Davenport (15) 12.2, No change. Keokuk (16) 12.3, fall .2 Cedar at C.H. (13) 5.90, rise .63 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday..... 671.94 Mercy April 27 To the families of Theodore Cray, 0028 Langden avenue SW, a son; Lewis Novak, 2726 B avenue NW, a daughter. April 28 To the families of Richard Taveg-ia, 1600 F avenue NW, a son; Lyndon Wolf, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a son. April 29 To the families of Terry 1'almcr, 1018 Harold drive SE, a son; Bruce LeClerc, 3311 Forty-fourth street NE, a son. Births Luke's April 27 To the families of Merle Drexlcr, Center Point, a leaves out of control at 1324 Norwood drive SE. p.m. Salur d a y. Un- known to grass at Eockford and Fourteenth avenue SW. p.m. Saturday. Resusci- tator call at 1295 Thirty-second street NE. a.m. Sunday. Unknown to leaves at 519 Indian road SE. under Tenth street SE. a.m. Sunday. Illegal burning at 1435 Wilson avenue SW. p.m. Sunday. Ceiling tile fell on dryer at 527 Third ave nue SW. p.m. Sunday. Needless call behind 1215 Fifth avenue SE. a.m. Sunday. Cause investigation at 416 p.m. Sunday. Lightning to bed springs at 3229 Carlisle street NE. p.m. Sunday. Lightning strike to transformer behinc 1239 Fourth street SE. p.m. Sunday. Water in lir-conditioner blower at High- way 150 and Center Point road NE. Legislature Senate Convened 10 a.m. Voted 42-2 to pass conference committee report on bill to re- ouire landlords to return secur- ity deposits when renters move out. Concurred with house amendments and gave final legislative approval to three bills, including one to rewrite state child abuse laws. Held Democratic and Repub- lican party caucuses. Recessed until 1 p.m. House Convened 10 a.m. Completed legislative action on a bill to increase maximum mileage allowance for public employes using their cars on the job to 15 cents a mile. j Passed 51-37 and sent to the j senate a bill to create a state i stabilization or "rainy day" fund as a repository for stale Stoddard, 79. Wednesday at 2 at Hrabak's. Burial: "Rector cemetery, Chelsea. Traer Adele Hoeppner, 8 Wednesday at at Ove ton's. Burial: Buckingham cem etcry. Marengo Bertha Hopp, 7[ Tuesday at at St. John Lutheran church south o Homestead. Friends may call a Hoover-Valentine's until Tuesd_ay. Springdale Lyle Emerso.. 74. Wednesday at Unit ed Methodist church. Barker's West Branch. Keystone Fred Ober mueller, 52. Wednesday a St. John Lutherai church. Friends may call a Fellmet's, alter noon Tuesday. Brandon Mrs. Georg Steinbeck, 69. Wednesday at 2 Methodist church. White's, In dependence. Tipton Everett G. LaRue 77. Wednesday at Sheet and Son. Friends may call afte p.m. Monday. Cremation committal in May. Decorah Andrew G. An derson, 82. Tuesday at 2, De- corah Lutheran church. Buria in Pontoppidan cemetery Steine's. Sigourney William O. Ed- mundson, 87, Victorville, Calif -Reynolds'. Elizabeth Ger- trude Eike, 76. Tuesday at SI. Luke's Catholic church. Rosary Monday at :oettsch's. Kncbel, 99. for 35 years, he retired in 1961. i illness. Istorm damage Mr. Sirowy was born Nov. 16, She was born July 24, 1890, inj Persons affected by the di- 1904. near Cedar Rapids and had lived in Cedar Rapids most of his life. He was a member of the Junior Lodge CSA. Newport. She was married to Charles L. Brainard Jan. 5, 1910, in Anamosa. Airs. Brain- She was a member of St. American Czech ard was an insurance broker ir Olin for 19 years and was secre- Surviving are his wife, thejtary-treasurer of the Olin Tele- former Sadie Horak, to Co. for 15 years, he was married Sept. 12, 1928; j two daughters, Mrs. Larry Se- drel, rural Solon, and Mrs. Harold Van Hofwegen, Spencer; a son, Roger, Cedar Rapids; ten grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Vlasta Rabik, Bessie Sed- lacek and Mrs. Howard Phillips, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Milo Novy, Iowa City; and a brother, Harold, Fairfax. Services: Brosh chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Rich- ard Ernst. Burial: Czech Na-i tional. Friends may call at the chapel after 5 p.m. Monday. saster could receive clothing and other supplies Monday at headquarters set up by the Red Cross in the West Branch town hall. Numerous reports of damaged buildings and uprooted trees 'were received STJmKSK 5 Order of Eastern Star and past matron of that organization; past president of Arthur Mc- Cullough Unit of the American Legion auxiliary, and trans- ferred to the Blayner-Miner unit in Olin; a member of IFWC of Olin and a charter member of I Sorosis club. j Surviving are three daugh- ters, Mrs. Kenneth Millsap and Mrs. Gordon Feekes, Cedar Johnson and Cedar counties. At the Carl Hastings resi- dence miles southwest of Iowa City on highway 1, a trail- er and several outbuildings were destroyed by high winds, possibly a tornado. There were I no injuries. The family' suggests that and Mrs- JosePh Wolfe. _ Ma An 10 nli 11 11 friends may, if they wish, do- nate to the American Cancer So- Mrs. John Entringer Mary Ann Entringer, 51. of 1295 Thirty-second street NE, widow of John Entringer, died Saturday after a lingering illness. Born Oct. 6, 1922, in Jubuque, she had resided in Cedar Rapids since 1940. Mrs. Entringer had been as- sociated with several real estate Marion; 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Services: Turner chapel east at noon Tuesday by the Rev. Lloyd Dutro. Graveside services at p.m. Olin cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east. Mrs. Chris Christensen Carrie Christensen, 88, of 1004 Tenth street SW, wife of Chris Christensen and a Cedar Rapids irms in the Cedar Rapids area resident 32 years, died Saturday for 15 years. She was a memberlnight following a brief illness. of Immaculate Conception Cath- Born Aug J5 1885 in sta. Tuesday at St. Joseph's church. Rosary Monday at George L. Gay, Iowa City. West Union Francis Loftus, 7 1. Burnham and Wood. general fund revenues exceed estimates for ah; which fisca year. Recessed until p.m. daughter; Richard Scliafer, 1145 Longview drive, Marion, daughter. April L. Nunn, 2102 North Towne court NE, ai Speeding _ Martin son; Jerry A. Klingaman, 2930 c avenue NW: Smith C avenue NE, a son; Elmer Lorf, Luzerne, a daughter; For- rest Wcnnemark, 1326 L ave- nue NE, a son. Out of Town Births Humbolt To Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davidson, a son, April 24. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Davidson, 630 Hillview drive, Marion. Marriage Licenses Marilyn Ives and Kenneth Glaus, Susan Erunson and James Neilly, Shelly Stinnett and Irving Longerbeam, Pame- la Sankey and Roger O'Bannon, all of Cedar Rapids. Sandra Plotz, Cedar Rapids, and Steve Putnam, Camanche. Kathleen Hemmings, Spirit Lake, and Perkins, 831 Wiley boulevard NW; Clara Knight, Robins Scott Campbell, 3804 Pine Jack Harville, Rapids. Cedar I Tree drive NE; Marsha Devore jISll Highwood drive NW John Rcpici, 1546 Bever avenue SE; Gerald Thies, Springville: each fined S30 and costs. James Reynolds, Palo; fined 525 and costs. Miles Chaplin, 3709 Twelfth avenue SW; Er- nest Deason, 503 C avenue NE; David Randall, 3038 C ave- nue NE; Donald Beach, 5800 First avenue NW; Kim Shields, 601 First avenue SW; Maxinc Wasson, 3930 Johnson avenue NW; Edward Keying, 3211 Forty-fourth street NE; Robin Crees, 2128 North Towne lane NE; Randall Hartman, 257 Twelfth street NW; Ruth Die- trich, 4023 Vine avenue SE; each fined and costs. JOHN E. LAPES Convenienl Downtown locatiort 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 RHey Sets Net Worth At State Sen. Tom Riley (R-l olic church.' Surviving are two daughters, ilrs. Larry Ryan, Shreveport, a., and Darla Entringer, Cedar Rapids; a son, John J. En- ringer, jr., Cedar Rapids; four ;randchildren, and her mother, Rose E. Doty, Cedar Rapids. Services: Tuesday at .m. in Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. .eonard. Mrs. Entringer had villed her body to the Universi- y of Iowa medical department. Friends may, if they wish, con- tribute to the charity of their choice. Brady-Kuba funci home is in charge of arran ments. vanger, Norway, she was mar- ried to Mr. Christensen March 3, 1908, in Boone. Mrs. Christen- sen was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran church. Chicago am North Western Women's club and El Kahir auxiliary. Surviving in addition to her husband are four daughters Stella Haynes, Colorado Springs, Mrs. Edward Pyszka Belvidere, III., Mrs. William Hobstetter, Tipton, and Mrs Leonard Spieker, Cedar Rapids; Cedai Trailer Rolled Miraculously, no one was hurt when the mobile home belong- ing to the Larry Steven family of rural Hills was rolled over several times with family members inside. Heavy damage was reported to the Warren Carpenter resi- dence seven miles east of Hills, where several outbuildings also were lost. A farmer in the Hills are phoned (he Johnson sheriff's office to report that a small outbuilding had been plucked from its spot on his property and jauntily redeposited atop his chicken shed. Both struc- tures were relatively un- (Continued from Page 1.) and authenticity of the trar two sons, Cecil (Continued from Page 1.) the Arab-Israeli conflict. Bi they said he felt the Russian must 'be made aware of tl consequences if the peace e fort is sabotaged. Official sources in Damascu said Gromyko is expected visit Syria sometime this week possibly coinciding with Kis inger's arrival as the go-betwee in negotiations for a disengage ment of Syrian and Israe forces on the Golan Heights. The purpose of Gromyko's tri was not disclosed. But his vis reflects Moscow's eagerness no to leave a Middle East settle ment entirely to Kissinger. Kissinger and Gromyko wer also taking up their govern ments' differences in negotia ions for an agreement to limi missiles with independently tai ;eted nuclear warheads. U.S fficials said Kissinger wa arrying vhich they would not describe U.S. proposals to get the rms limitations talks moving igain. U.S. spokesman Robert Mc- 'loskey said the talk Sunday ight touched on the European ecurity Conference and pros- ects for a 35-nation East-West ummit, and Monday's longer neeting covered these topics in reater depth. Cedar a candidate for, Israel the nomination for Second dis-i i-v trict congress, Monday dis-j Deportation OT closed his personal financial! assets and liabilities. i OrflZy The report showed Riley and! JERUSALEM (AP) Denis his wife Nancy have assets ofiRchan. an Australian religious and liabilities of fanatic confined to Israeli men- or a total net worth ofif.nl hospitals for more than four years after setting fire to Jeru- In making the disclosure, Al Aksa Mosque, is to Riley also released his 1973 Iowa income tax .information. He earlier released his federal income tax information. The Iowa tax frrm showed a net income for 1973 of of which Riley claimed as taxable income after deductions. Riley, Monday, renewed his suggestion that all office holders voluntarily make public such in- 'ormalion until such action is required by law. be deported to his homeland, the interior ministry announced. A spokesman said Rohan, 33, had recently been re-examined and confirmed as a permanent mental case. Rohan set the 1.200-year-old rmsn.ue ablaze Aug. 21. 1969, duelling off .a storm of anti- Israeli protest throughout the Moslem world. The mosque, Rapids, and Leslie H., Blue Grass; a brother, Bernard Ben- son, Minneapolis; 22 grand- children and 31 great- grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. David Larson, Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until p.m. Tuesday, the casket will not be opened after the service. Mrs. Charles P. Volz Mae B. Volz, 74, of 318 G ave- nue NW, died Monday. She was wrn Feb. 6, 1900, at Palo. On Oct.3, 1930, she was married to Iharles P. Volz at Iowa City. Mrs. Volz was a lifelong resi- dent of the Palo community, until moving to Cedar Rapids in I Wared. Surviving are her husband; .wo daughters, Myra Nemec and Mrs. Harley Gladwin, !edar Rapids; a son, Harold Morongo Valley, Calif.; 12 randchildren; 13 great- grandchildren; and a brother 1H. Phelps, Cedar Rapids. Services: p.m. Wednes- ay at Bealty-Beurle chapel by he Rev. Neville Clayton, pastor f Cedar Christian church 3urial: Spring Grove cemetery i Covington. Friends may cal: t the chapel after 10 a.m. Tues- Memorial Services Miller, Harry A. m. Wednesday in Chapel of lemories by the Rev. Francis King of Olivet United Pres- yterian church. Burial: Cedar [emorial. Friends may call at edar Memorial funeral home Eter noon Tuesday and at the lapel after 9 a.m. Wednesday, lasonic services will be con- ucted by Crescent lodge. All fester Masons are asked to leet at the chapel at a.m. Wednesday. As the week began, two ti Republicans said it would be i adequate for Nixon to turn ov transcripts to the commute That view was taken by forme Atty. Gen. Richardson and Se Javits (R-N.Y.) in separate tel vision interviews Sunday. Richardson said that suppl ing the transcripts of the tap would not meet the order of th committee's subpoena. He aK said that "the case is close about whether there was si ficient evidence to prove Nixo had committed an indictable fense. Richardson resigned Oct. 1 rather than fire then-specie prosecutor Archibald. Cox. B was interviewed on NBC "Meet the Asked why he felt the possib: ity of an indictable ,offens against Nixon was "close" R chardson said; "What, would bother me is th pattern. The direct .answer is don't think that the evidence i sufficient in any given situation milk, ITT, cover-up of Water gate, to directly implicate th But the cumulativ pattern of these things sur rounding the President, in eac case involving somebody next t him in responsibility, creates troublesome question. "A failure on his part now t ully meet the requests for tape ustifies an adverse inference o this very, question." Javits, on CBS' "Face the Na said that turning ove: transcripts would likely hi viewed as inadequate. He alsc said that if the house votes an impeachment, Nixon shouli istep down temporarily while hi is on trial in the senate. Last week the judiciary com- mittee voted 34 to 4 to grant a White House request for five more days. Originally the dead- line was last Thursday. But in granting the delay, many committee members, in- cluding Chairman Peter W. Ro- dino, said they hoped the re- quest for more time to review he subpoenaed material was an indication that Nixon plan- ned to supply everything called ror in the subpoena. But the committee appeared roup Urges Full Amnesty Be Given The Hawkeye Area Chapter of e Iowa Civil Liberties Union as urged Congressman Edward ezvinsky to favor legislation A large part of the roof from the Carl Frederick house on a farm four miles east of Iowa City was reported lost to the wind. On the Bob Campion farm in rural Johnson county, a machine shed was blown down and a tree trunk drive through the front porch, th sheriff's department said. Flooded Streets Flooded basements a streets were common in lily Sunday night in the afte math of a three-inch rain whi filled Ralston creek to bankfi A basement wall at the re dence of Mrs. Leatha Schaf collapsed and water flooded t jasement. Curb-high water prevailed many areas where storm drai could not carry water aw quickly enough. Approximati 80 cars were reported stalled areas where streets were floo ed. In Knoxville, a 50-by-100-fo section of roof was ripped fro the north wing of the We Ridge nursing home, own Keith Baker said. He said the 29 residents of t wing escaped injury, but we shaken up. Several inches rain poured through the openir into the home. The Knoxville veterans hos tal offered to take in the 78 re dents of the home, but Bak said they were cared for other parts of the home Sund night. The tornadoes and high win accompanied a series of hea thunderstorms that dropped much as four inches of rain some parts of the state. Evacuated A few light showers were r ported in southwest and sou central Iowa Monday mornin unanimous in its concern that j he White House response might old >e edited transcripts. Even the 'resident's strongest supporters seemed agreed that unless the committee has a role in verify- ng that all pertinent material is ncluded in the transcripts, they vould not be acceptable. Rep. Charles E. Wiggins (R- )alif.) proposed last week that he committee and the White House jointly consider presiden- tial claims that some sub- poenaed material was not rele- Judge's Order Nullifies Food Stamp Guidelin In response to an agreemen reached Friday between law rers for four food stamp recip ents and a state official, Fede al Judge Edward .McManu Monday issued a consent jud ment voiding Iowa's new foo itamp regulation. At issue in the case was change in the food stamp regt ation, in which standard utili ables were -used to determin he cost of stamps instead of a ual-utility payments. Th :hange was effective March 1. plaintiffs argued, am assistant attorney genera Lorna Williams agreed, tha the procedure was in violation of the Federal Food Stamp act of 1964, as amended. Terms of the agreement, peiled out in MMonday's order nclude: The plaintiffs in the suit m. e reimbursed for excess foot ;amp costs through reduction; i future purchases. The foui omen are Florida Polk and ranees Diggins, both of Wa e r I o o Elizabeth Robison rairieburg; and Janice Morris, entral City. Effective immediately, the wa department of social ser- ices, whose commissioner evin Burns was named as de- ndant in the case, will use the i governing compu- tation of utility deductions. The ruling applies to all food stamp recipients whose costs increased during March and April due to tile regula- tion change. All similarly af- fected will be reimbursed. Judge McManus ordered that each county food stamp office be notified within 30 days of the regulation revocation. For the next 90 days, accord- ing to the order, food stamp of- :ices are to display a notice of i ...1.1.J i.u J.M.VII iv uupiuj o vl universal and was subJect to claims of the change in a conspicuous nnesty for those who inle.xecutlve privilege or was na-place and notify in writing all irioua ways opposed the un- nstitulional Vietnam war." Mezvinsky is a member of the bcommittce of the house judi- tional security information. But in putting forth his pro- posal, which will be considered' this week, Wiggins emphasized I that "in all instances final reso- who come into the office. but skies were partly cloudy over the rest of the state. Three to four inches of rain fell in the Des Moines area where about 40 families were forced to evacuate their homes because of flash flooding. No in- juries were reported. The national weather service reported that 3.80 inches of rain fell in Des Moines as of 7 a.m. Monday. Dubuque had 1.76 inches, Cedar Rapids 1.57 and Ottumwa and Burlington about a half inch. There is a chance of more rain in the southeast Monday af- ternoon and Monday night. Highs Monday should be in the 60s northwest to around 75 southeast. Lows Monday night should be in the 40s. Fair skies should prevail Tuesday with highs mostly in the 60s. Highs Sunday ranged from 82 at Mason City and Fort Dodge to 70 at Cedar Rapids. Over- night lows were from 45 at Spencer to 59 at Des Moines and Burlington. Damage from Storm Minor Inside Cify The storm caused some prob- lems for Cedar Rapids resi- dents, but there was no major flooding or property damage re- ported. Public Improvements Com-' missioner Richard Phillips said Center Point road NE was flood- ed briefly in the 4000 block area, and a plugged catch basin near McKinley school caused water to damage a neighboring retain- ing wall. "We had a lot of mud on .the streets all over he' added, particularly near the in- tersection of Elaine drive and 0 avenue NW. Kenwood Ditch There were very few sewer backups, Phillips said, and the Kenwood and Vinton ditches were running full at times. The amount of rainfall during the weekend varied sharply in different areas of the city. The ;auge at The Gazette recorded 1.57 inches, the airport recorded .25 inches and an unofficial ;auge on Glass road NE held 2.85 inches. The fire department received w o calls blamed on. the veather. Lightning Strikes Lightning apparently struck a vindow frame at the 'Nancy Bates residence, 3229 Carlisle street NE, at about p.m. Sunday. The lightning jumped' to a bed frame, causing damage :o the bed and curtains., Seven minutes later, lightning strck an Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. transformer at 1239 Fourth street. SE, causing minor damage, firemen report- ed. An IE spokesman said there vere scattered power outages hroughout the city and two :ases where a primary cable ailure cut off power for a lumber of homes. Power Is Off Power was off for about 150 ustomers in the Worthington cres area SW from, about 8 .m. until 11 p.m., due to a tree n a primary cable. Another 25-30 customers were ithout power from about 7 m. until p.m. in the 200 ock of Twenty-fourth avenue V, due to lightning severing a able. Major problems were experi- iced in West Branch, the okesman said. A power loss curred at about p.m. in est Branch, Moscow and Ata- sa. Power was restored in oscow and Atalissa by about 20 p.m. In West Branch trees and tree mbs were down on primary es.. Parts of the community ere provided electricity by out 1 a.m. and the rest came ,ck on by a.m. from our skfffed erfisfs PIERSON'S 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOWERPHONE 36W82S which was badly damaged.' is ary committee which is study-! d" e one of Islam's most problem of war re-1 me lianas shrines. j sisters. ANNUAL LEBANESE DINNER "Delicious Middle Easf Foods" f i itir% A v A v c H a.m. to p.m. SUNDAY, MAY 5 Served Buffet Style, Adults under 12 ISLAMIC CENTER, 2999 First Ave. S.W. Reserve Youi Tickcls Now, Coll 362-6047 the committee, not the Pres- ident." z 0 when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER will be observed of ST. MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 2100 First Avenue Northeast April 30th. The Sanctuary ond Cfiopel will be open all Day Evening. you art Invited to spend lome fi'mo in Prayer.   

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