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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa DEATHS Tho Weather High temperatures Monday, low temn ffltion” overn ' oh, anc1 ^itches of preclpl Anchoraqo Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston Al 55 82 AA 78 47 84 74 I Angeles Miami Min'apolls N Orleans 55 OI Nev/ York 74 6A SA 80 78 SA AV 70 ,76 ae A5 04 76 AS 55 75 51    Phoenix 89 78    Seattle 95 78    Washington 83 71 Extended forecast — Rain is likely Thursday and Friday clearing Saturday. Uws, upper 50s to lower 70s. Highs, 70s to mid 80s. C. R.    Weather High Monday .................90 Ivow overnight ...............77 Noon Tuesday ............... 77 .. 80 1.15 6.18 2.97 23.16 27.67 30.11 2 p.m. Tuesday ....... Precipitation Total for August ....... Normal for August Normal through August Total for 1974 .......... Barometer, rising ..... Humidity at .loon ........78% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. E at 6 m.p.h. Sun rises Wednesday, 6:13; sun sets, 8:09. Year Ago Today — High, 79; low, 66; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo  Rain 73-53 .. PtCldy 81-64 Fair 84-64 Fair 78-58 ... Shwrs 83-62 ...PtCldv 83-59 Fair 84-68 .. .PtCldy 87-70 ... .Shwrs 75-59 .. .Cloudy 78-62 .. .Tshwrs 92-64 .. PtCldy 87-67 ... PtCldy 83-56 Bismarck ... Chicago ..... Cincinnati . .. Cleveland Des Moines . . Detroit ...... Indianapolis .. Kansas City . Milwaukee ... Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha • St. Louis .... Sioux Falls . . Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday .. ..687.09 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.1, fall .4 Lansing (18) 8.9, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.5, rise .2 McGregor (18) 7.7, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 5.5, rise .4 Dubuque (17) 8 4, rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.9, fall .3 Keokuk (16) 5.4. fall .4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.48. no change Births — Mercy Aug. 12 — To the families of Kicky McNelly, 1602 C avenue NE, a daughter; Larry Lerch, 1080 Westview drive, Marion, a son. Births — St. Luke's Aug. 12 — Mr. and Mrs. David Troester, 5429 J street SW, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Beverly Colver! and Charles Tcfer, Bette Huntington and Leonard Chmelicek, Karen Barger and Scott Puryear, Sal-veig Larson and Douglas Aliening, Delores Frana and Kenneth Struck. Junda Fuehrer and Richard Barber, all of Cedar Rapids. Annette Drake and David Neagle, both of Marion. Edna Mines, Davenport, and Ted Larson, Des Moines. Ann Yeisley, Mt. Vernon, and Donald Shaffer. Topeka. Kan. Paula Fels, Amana, Sandra Ann Stephenson, Walker and Karl Keith Strcmpke, Rowley. George Louis lllian, Fresno, Calif., and Rose Mary Erusha, Des Moines. Dewane Junior Starr, Cedar Rapids, and Sherry Lynn Con well, Columbia, Mo. Marriages Dissolved Kathy A. and Jack A. Heath. Joan M. and Herbert Bekeris. Linda L. and William Marland. Rebecca Clare and Robert Scott Wyatt. Phyllis J. and John J. Woods. Mary A. and Earl R. Decker. Fires 6:23 p.m. Monday. Lightning to wiring at 222 Fifteenth street NE. 6:40 p.m. Monday. Investigate home alarm system at 3515 Sue lane NW. 6:42 p.m. Monday. Lightning to transformer at Second street and Twelfth avenue SW. 6:49 p.m. Monday. Lightning to primary power cable at 1300 Second avenue SE. 6:52 p.m. Monday. Mistaken alarm at 1015 Sixth street SE. 7:39 p.m. Monday. Grease in oven at 11>44 Seventeenth street NE. 8:58 p.m. Monday. Tree limb to power lines at 1035 Daniels street NE. 10:55 p.m. Monday. Overheated furnace motor at 5650 Colorado drive SW. 12:44 a.m. Tuesday False alarm at 1722 O avenue NW. Iowa Deaths Hayesville — Mrs. Fawn Carson, 77. Wednesday at IO. Reynolds in Sigourney. Postville Rudolph Everman, 86. Wednesday at 10:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Schutte’s. West Liberty Leo Wics-kamp, 72. Friday at lo at Si. Joseph’s. Rosary at 8:15 p.m. Thursday at Snider's. Oelwein Effie Wait. 67. Thursday at 2 at Brant-Kerns. Tama Mrs. Carl Woodworth, 70. Mason-Hand’s. Mogicirafe'b Court Speeding - Neil Stand. 2940 Eighth street, Marion; Michael roms, 2921 Circle drive NE; John Decious, Lisbon; Roger Price, Central City; Kenneth I Trout, 1560 Second avenue SE; Michael Brogan, 5426 Gordon I avenue NW; Delmar Schaf-finges, 2047 North Towne court ; NE; Eldeen Lenth, 308 Sussex drive NE; Allan Gremm, 3015 Fourth avenue, Marion; Frank Barvinek, Hiawatha; Lavon Atkinson. Coggon; William Smith, 3226 Fourteenth avenue SE; Kirk Hinton, 533 Thirty-sixth street SE; Pamela McPherson, Naperville, 111.; Peter Bischoft, 1840 Dalview drive, Marion; James Minnick, 6800 j Brentwood drive NE; Kent Black, 2810 Twenty-third avenue, Marion; William Cross, j 3333 Bramble road SE; Elizabeth Hoskins, 935 West Tenth avenue, Marion; Harold j Horn, route one, Marion; Michael Serbousek, 1001 Orrian drive SE; each lined $30 and costs. John Hannen, Blair-jstown; David Baird, Martelle; Dennis Boenken, Cedar Falls; Sidney Burgett. Solon; Deanna j Downey, Reinbeck; Bruce Witte, 2060 Glass road NE; I Robert Ramey, 44 Twenty-first avenue SE; Howard Williams, Urbana; Patricia Thomas, 807 Thirty-second street SE; Rc-I becca Eggleston, 3824 Spruce-: wood court NE; Susan Fiala, Nancy Jones, Hiawatha; each I fined $20 and costs. Drag racing — James Patten. 844 Tenth street .SW; fined $50 and costs. Intoxication —. Robert Kaplan, no address; Raymond Loney, no address; Cletus Wul-feuhle, Coggon; each fined $30 and costs. Permitting minor to drive — [Joe Kapish, 339 Twcnty-I sixth street SW; fined $15 and I costs. Faulty equipment — Herbert Hines, Springville; fined $10 and costs. Improper passing — Carol Haskell, Springville; fined $25 and costs. Fishing with three lines — Robert Blackford, Palo; fined $10 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Glenn Ilgenfritz, 841 Fourth avenue SE; Richard Schatz, 5700 Briarwood street SW; each fined $15 and costs. Harvey H a n s e ,    389    Twenty-sixth street SE; fined $10 and costs. False information to officer — Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth street SW; fined $25 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle — Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth street SW; fined $20 ana costs. Vehicle control violation — Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth street SE; fined $20 and costs. Prohibited parking — Susan Knight, 340 Wilson avenue SW; fined $10 and costs. Attempting to elude police — Dennis McVay, 1806 M street SW; fined $45 and costs. Resisting an officer — Gregory White, 1823 Hamilton street SW; fined $10 and costs. Traffic signal violation — William Frazier, Van Horne; Mvrle Winders, 1212 N avenue N E; Pamela Smith, 1619 Eleventh street NW; Gary Joyce, 3614 Bel Air drive SE; Regian Riley, 1365 Meadowview' drive, Marion; Richard Sears, 2500 Twenty-seventh avenue, Marion; Anthony Le-Grand, 1295 G avenue, Marion; Bertha Cornwell, 448 Twenty-seventh street, Marion; Paul Burdick, 855 Fourteenth street, Marion; Sandra Foley, 2016 F avenue NE; each fined $15 and I costs. Responsibility for minors — 1 Frank Schatz, 5700 Briarwood street SW; fined $15 and costs. Youths Injured in One-Car Mishap A 14-year-old driver was charged with failure to carry an Iowa driver’s license and his 16-year-old passenger was charged under a responsibility for minors statute following a one-car accident late Monday night. Phillip G. Ribble, 305 Nassau street SE, and Donald D. Bar-rigar, 3856 Bever avenue SE, were treated and released from St. Luke’s hospital after Ribble lost control of the car he was driving, went off the roadway and rolled the vehicle on its top. The accident occurred at the intersection of First avenue NE and the Lindale Plaza entrance. Ribble was driving east on First avenue in a car owned by Donald L. Barrigar. Marvin Wright, Retired Rail Executive, Dies Family Saw Storm Coming, Took Refuge —Ford— (Continued from Page I.) mg agent for tho Iowa Electric ;, farm owned by (I Hight and Power Co. before his nagan> (hroe mi | ( . s S( mil conference, to be composed of congressmen, senators, businessmen. labor leaders and ex- (Continued from Page I.) (having “the highest potential of oeutive branch officials, bord assisted Ryan officials with the year for funnel cloud and 1 ack n° w ledged he was adopting assisica uyaii uncials    j    1 , an firjjt pushed by Senate clean-up and seemly.    tornado    formations.    Democratic Leader Mike Mans- Emergency aid headquarters    He reported 120    trained f j e | d and j ater pushed by five were established in a gymna- watchers were on duty until the j freshman senators. siam owned by the ehuieh. 'early morning hours on the “Neither I nor my staff have lookout for funnel clouds, and much time just now for letter writing,” he said. “So I will Marvin Wright, 82, of 2159 Linden drive SE, died Monday following a brief illness. He was vice-president of the The tornado also struck some Crandic railroad and purehas rural Ryan sections, destroying 1 retirement. Mr. Wright was a;Ry an . member of the Cedar Rapids Consistory, El Kahir Shrine, Elks club, Cedar Rapids Country club, a veteran of World war I and a member of Hanford American Legion post.    before the funnel cloud hit. Born Aug. 15, 1891, in Port Chester, N Y., he was married     p#rtl °"     Remained to the former Dorothy Schindel Several minutes later, only a June 16, 1920. in Cedar Rapids, portion of the basement re-and had been a resident here mainod and no traces of the since 1919.    home were in sight. Surviving in addition to his A family spokesman said the wife are two daughters, Bar-j tornado blast even ripped out bara Graiehen, Cedar Rapids,!the furnace located in the basc-and Jacqueline Curcio, of San ment, but no members of the Diego, and six grandchildren.    family, who wore huddled    in a Services: Turner chapel east comer, were injured. at noon Wednesday by Dr. John Nellie Duggan, 68, a Ryan res-P. Woods of Westminster Pres- ident who witnessed the tornado byterian church. There will be a striking, said that the storm cremation committal. Friends ripped through her house, “liter-may call at Turner chapel east ally throwing furniture out the until 11:30 a.m. The casket will window. I don’t think I’ve got a not be open after the service, thing worth bringing out now.” The family suggests that friends     Saw    something may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of West-! ^ r * s - D u 88 an > her niece, minster Church. 1    (Donna Simmons, 25, and her __ mother, Genevieve Simmons. d •    1    \/___ said they saw something black Rosie L. Vega _ coming ; l[hat had a ta| * after Rosie L. Vega, 64, of 1015 Sec- wb j tb they rushed to the base-ond avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids merd “and just started pray-resident most of her life, died j ng <• Monday following a long illness. ^ ^     wh(>    works    jn leon Flan-! allhou B h ,nan y P ublic sightings southeast of (were reported, no actual funnels were verified. respond in person, I accept your suggestion and I will personally preside.” I lie Hannagans and their    Wind Damage    The    President declared he lour children reportedly saw the Qnrnn ,|, im „ rill ,„ oc r/>r , or4o H plans to hold the meeting “at storm coming and took refuge in the basement of their lotion could be passed this year. On other matters, Ford said: Ile plans to sign a massive extension of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, despite “reservations” about some of its provisions. But he said he will oppose “excessive funding” in implementing the measure. He plans to continue the Nixon efforts for detente with Russia, reopened relations with China and peace in the Middle East. His administration plans “hot Some damage was reported P bj ns to hold the meeting ^_______ __________________^    _ from high winds, however, at jan early date and in ful1 v [ ew ! than all the policemen and* pro- $357 712' ii t i    ii    •    *    el    fit    tho    Amoripnn    niihlir* Tho*/    ,     r    1    fW, P 44 ' 'Hie Cedar Rapids    3 Gazette; Tues., August 13, 1974 transferred from the mental health fund.) — County home construction fund, $2,731,490. derived from sale of bonds. — Mental health and institutional fund, $33,314. — Health center fund, $86,876. — District fair fund, $26,000, transferred from emergency fund. (The $52,000 previously pursuit of tough laws to prevent 1 budgeted was for 12 months, not illegal invasions of privacy in taking into account the 18-month both government and private budget.) activities.” And he said use of — Conservation board fund, “the moral and ethical wisdom $32,500 (for Squaw Creek park of centuries” can do more to development), prevent “crime and corruption _ Secondary roads, fund. story brick farmhouse miniiTes! thc Jack ^ 1il . lhis farm : f ‘ ve I "L * I!'- .IT"!. 0 ™.    ™l^ 3ecut ° rs    in    government. miles east of Coggon, with most are as anx ’ ous to 8^ * be r *8 b t of the farm buildings damaged I answers as we are -and some livestock lost. Another report came from the Gilbert Becker farm, north of Prairieburg, which sustained severe wind damage to buildings. No injuries have been reported in Linn county. Aides said later the target date is within two weeks and added that it may be open to national television coverage. “Really Hushing” An aide said Ford “is really pushing this . . . he wants it to Supervisors Hike 1974-75 Linn Budget —Drowning— (Continued from Page I.) Linn —Crops— (Continued from Page Born Aug. 30, 1909, at Raton, N.M., Mrs. Vega was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic church. Surviving are a Mildred Pena Stearns; her the sheriff’s emergency squad in about eight-feet-deep water about 4:30 p m. * * * A lifelong resident of Cedar supervisors 'I uesday Rapids, Cindy was born Nov. 12, be not just a show thing, not    ^mended the 1974-75 budget, in-    1961. just a collection of people listen-    creasing the amount of money     shc atlcnded Hope Church of mg to speeches.    I    to be spent. They emphsastzed christ in Hiawatha, and had In urging reactivation of the    no tax increase is involved.    finished sixth grade at Squaw petted    to be    12 percent below c os t 0 f Living Council, without    Most of the increased spend-    Creek school. last years record harvest and economic* controls, Ford picked mg reflects receipt of federal Surviving arn hor nannie the smallest since 1970.     up a proposa | made j as t April    I revenue sharing funds.    There    \jr. and Mrs Ralph Stockier; The department estimated    by some Democratic senators    were several instances in    which    two sisters Virginia Kimball, that Nebraska farmers have    and last month by Nixon. He    larger balances were held    at the    Fremont Mich and Christine abandoned half of the state’s    said it “will let us monitor    end of 1973 than had been    antici-     a t home- a brother Robert dryland corn acreage and would    wages and    prices to    expose    pated when the budget was    Finley Ohio- and her grandiose only 29    bushels per acre    abuses.”    made out last year.    parents. Frances Schilling, on the sur \    iv mg unirrigated    House Speaker    Albert    prompt-1 One of the revenue    sharing,C e d a r Rapids, and Lillie corn land.     (t j y suppor t ed t h e p i an . He said,(areas emphasized by the super- Beecher, Manchester. The    corn    estimate    Monday,“There will be opposition to jaw-    visors was in the salaries for    Services: Thursday at 10:30 first formal    survey- j boning, but when you bring    deputy sheriffs. They said in-     a . m . at Turner chapel east by these things    out    into the light 1 creased revenues in the    depart-    the Rev. Lyle Kuehl. Burial: Beans Also Off     of da Y’ Public reacts.” ment and the addition of $38,960 Campbell cemetery. Friends The outlook for soybeans was However, Rep. Patman (D- j revenue sharing funds allows an may call at Turner east, not much brighter. was the first formal based forecast of the season. the local bank, said, “I never saw anything like it in my life.” He described the cloud as .    .. j a “giant beehive with boards tis- her an< * ever > db ing flying out of it.” t j- j • nS ’    Bernice Morrissey, an or- San,st in St. Patrick’s Catholic church, was practicing fo* a sisters, Grace Fielder, Florence Lona, Ramona Vasquez and Gloria Bolter; five brothers, John Lopez and Mike. Rudolph, Texas) chairman of the house a cross-the-board increase of $10 . T ,.    „    banking committee, declared, a wee ^ effective Sept. I. a Iona y    e crop repor mg ..j^ vvou j d he a [ a |^ e You’ve Supervisors called attention    to board estimated soybeans wou d    hoking    u    •»    1    * .l 1 yield 25.1 bushels per acre on ha ^ P»^ behind it alary increases for the depu- 52.4 million acres for a total ( > n , health lnsu ™ n «.    ties at the first of this year tak-    __________ production of 1.314 million bush-!?* ,d he , has arged    !"J°    tu C °    ■7 P f rlence    on    store.    1130    Old    Marion    road    NE. cis - down from the 1.566 btl-     a dm,nitration and Ute job. They said when a new d Monda , ncUcd items Drug Store Breakin Nets Cash and Drugs A breakin at the Union drug lion produced a year ago. those in the congress to agree . on a compromise measure and Soybean planting in Iowa this asked. “Why don't we write a in year is down nearly a million good health bill on the statute Tuesday morning funeral the storm started.    j    acres    from    last    year,    the    crop    booley    before    this    congress    ad- j i r» j    She    decided    to    stop    practicing    report    said.    ioums?” Alfonso and r . r ® d j and left the church an estimated Officials estimated that soy-all Of Cedar Rap <16 8™<H hree minutes before winds beans in Iowa would yield 30 c UU IJ n „'     S    ripped it apart, demolishing    two I bushel per acre on 7.07 million grandchildren.     sections „ f (he buj]ding budget is considered next year, va ', ued , the civil service commission si .    , recommendations on training, Jarnes P merit and education will be con- [ naclst ' told police the breakin sidered    happened    between    Saturday    and . Monday. The money lor salary in- T a k en wsre $400 cas h and crease was part of the increase dru g S and a ssorted products. Services:    Immaculate ception church at IO a m. Friday by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. A Rosary will be recited in Turner chapel east at 7 p.m. Thursday. Friends may call at Turner east. Memorial Service: Saw’ Clouds Robert Britt and his children saw clouds which they described as looking like smoke and immediately headed for their basement. They later reported watching in wonder as the roof of their “Running Short” winds beans in Iowa would yield 30 (iT . .. .. .    ...    . I very definitely think we ll in the county general fund. Otner ,    .    ..    ...    .    get it this year.” said Rep. increases in that fund, all from , a nu,nl P K h C f 10n ^ Rhodes (R-Ariz,). But lime is; revenue revenue sharing, are' us    running short with congressional; jail, $36,469; peer group pro- Farmers    grew    lour bushels    leaders hoping to wind up the    gram, $12,310. more than    that    per acre last    session b y mid-October, and the    Other increases    were    in the year in    Iowa    and totaled    health insurance matter still in    following funds,    and involved 268,600,000    bushels. More than    the house ways and means com- j revenue sharing    funds,    unless 7.9 million acres were planted to mittee.    otherwise noted: soybeans in Iowa last year.    However,    Sen.    I/jng    (D-La.), Two years ago Iowa farmers chairman of the senate finance Yuva, Mrs. John — Wednes- fell some distance away. I day at 9 at Kuba funeral home! Several persons were reported east by the Rev. Clarence p j nned undcr wreckage at Great I Pran *.?L St D ,^ CC c S . la ^t th0 'I Plains Lumber Co., but name. home sailed through the air and | produced a 36 bushel per acre committee, said he thought both 'yield on 6.0 million acres. - Poor fund,, $ 4 4 3 , 7 7 2 ($236,185 of that is a balance from last year, $8,000 from mis-, the health bill and trade legis-j cellaneous receipts and $90,000 (flu (ffilur Un pub (fhucHc F stabilised in 1M3 bv The Cakette Co. ana oubilshed dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE. Cedar Rapids. Iowa 5240* Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa Subscription rates bv carrier OS cents a week. By mail: Night Edition and Sunday A Issues S3.75 a month, S39.00 a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3 IS a month, S40.00 a year. Other states and U S territories SOO OO a year. No Mail Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gaiette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use (or republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well os all AP news dispatches. lie church. Burial: St. John’s. I) I o u h y , Joseph F. Wednesday at 2 at Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. George B. McDill. Burial: Czech National. S m i d , Mrs. Frank — J Wednesday at IO at St. Ludmilas Catholic church by the Rev. Robert Cizek. Burial:    St. (John’s. Rosary Tuesday at 8 at iJaneba-Kuba funeral home I west. Turner chapel east at 1:301 (p.m. Tuesday    by    the    Rcv.|fj c j a i s (Glenn Bender. There was a .    ’ cremation committal Smith. Oak G. — Turner porary housing with friends or chapel east at 3 p.m. Tuesday j relatives, but the Red Cross is by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Burial! pr oviding food a ndclothing. was in Cedar Memorial come-    highway    patrol    reported ° Swills, Harley _ Turner highway 13 was open Tuesday, j chapel west    at    1:30    p.m. so that persons could    travel to Wednesday by    the    Very    Rev.jc e( j ar R a pids, but no    one was 1 C anon D.A. Lo tor ski. Burial. ;    permitted to stop in Ryan. > Garrison cemetery, r riends    .    . may call at Turner west.    j    Storm    damage    was    also re- Oakley, Charles E. — Turner ported in Iowa county. A tor-chapel east at 3 p.m. Wednes- nado hit the Richard Glandorf day. Burial: Springville come- f arm east anc j nor th of Ladora. were not available. Iowa Electric Light and Power officials said ten 34.500-volt j power poles were downed in the storm east of Coggon, knocking out electricity until 4 a.m. Natu-| ral gas service was not disrupt ed during the storm. Housing Provided According to Red Cross of- j all persons dislocated storm have found terri tory. Friends Turner east. may call at Linn Asks Discipline For Clinic Employes Sister City Asked By C. R. Czech Group tion of the state open meeting destroying the brick house and; all outbuildings. A number of hogs were also lost. Cronbaugh Farm Across the road from the Linn supervisors voted Tues- ‘ ;iandor / farm - th f R™"-' Cron -, day in closed session to request     r ^ cel , v ^ d    da mages the mental health advisory j"* 1 "*"? a M thc ,^ arn board to consider "possible dis- p* c )' 01 ? 0    bms    and ciplinarv action against corno: oher hmdmgs Damage was J    °    also reported to the house. The tornado is also reported to go into closed session on a,! 0 have “ t , the Fr ,“* 1)anskin motion bv Supervisor William f w arm    Ladora Martin, who said the dosed ses- Maren « 0 : kn °F kln K do ' vn sion was warranted under a see- “5 caus,n * 0,he / damagC No reports of injuries action against some out-patient clinic employes.” The board voted unanimously and trees The city council has been asked to help a local group establish a “sister city” relationship with a Czechoslovakian community. George Joens, president of the Cedar Rapids Czech Heritage Foundation, said the organization wants to establish such a relationship with a community, not yet selected, in Czechoslovakia. Ile asked the council to provide $300 to help defray costs of the project. law that allows exceptions yet been received from county. have that Linn County “when necessary to prevent ir-1 reparable and needless injury to the reputation of an individual.” Actual damage to Linn county After the meeting Martin de- 1 was slight, but Linn county Civil dined to cive any clue as to the Defense Director Bill Bjorenson nature of am - wrongdoing. described the storm fronts as MKSI! . . UM HH HS , fronipt Itvlivvry MAW'S IID ti.OW Kit SHOP 5008 Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 >>    is    the luirtlt-st itorii lo irri/e, silt ii ti ilh flower* PIERSON’S mr I*# FLUS BLVD. 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