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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa "NAIIOHAt WIAtMU Snow is forecast for Friday night in Norfh Dakota and Minnesota, turning to rain and extending to the upper Great Lakes. Rain is expected from West Virginia through central New York and southern New England. Chance of showers over the central Plains and parts of the southwest. The Weather High lemperal'ves Thursday, low 1em- pfratures ovprdighl and Inches of pre- cipitation- Anchorage A3 34 M L Angeles 63 57 .04 Alanta ..81 n Miami ....n 73 .06 B smarck 48 31 .54 Mln'apolis 64 54 .56 Chicago ..76 M N. Orleans 8367 Denver ..5431 New York 7059 ptllulli ...51 37 1.11 Phoenix 67 53 Honolulu 87 75 Seattle 51 43 Houston ..81 73 1.47 Washington 80 55 Extended Forecast Mostly fair Sunday and Monday becom- ing partly cloudy with a chance of rain Monday night and Tues- day. Highs in 60s. Lows, upper 30s to mid 40s. C. R. Weather High Thursday...............70 Low overnight !...............54 Noon Friday.................04 2 p.m.......................65 Precipitation ...............0.07 Total for November.......None Normal for November..... 2.36 Normal through November 31.75 Total for 1974 ..............41.29 Barometer, rising .........30.01 Humidity at noon 68% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m- S lat 9 mph. Sun rises Saturday, sun sets, 5. Year Ago Today High, 42; low, 39; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Bismarck Snow 37-26 Chicago .........PtCldy C5-4. Cincinnati .......PtCldy 66-44 Cleveland .......PtCldy 01-40 Des Moines......PtCldy 57-44 Detroit Clouely 50-38 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 68-49 Kansas City .....PtCldy 72-50 Milwaukee .PI Cloudy 03-38 Mpls.-St. Paul ..Cloudy 49-35 Omaha .........PtCldy 64-36 St. Louis ........PtCldy 72-50 Sioux Falls .....Cloudy 45-32 Degree Days Thursday Total lo Through October 31, 1974 .367 Percent of normal year 9.8' Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood slaecs in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.1, fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.9, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.9, no change McGregor (18) 7.2, rise .3 Guttenberg (15) 4.5, rise .3 Dubuque (17) 7.8, rise .3 Davenport (15) 4.6, rise .5 Keokuk (10) 2.9, rise .3 Cedar at rise .20 C.R. (13) 3.57, Coraiville Lake Pool level Friday ......683.44 Luke's Oct. 30 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Loncy, 1123 Third ave- nuo SW, a daughter. Oct. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Faber, 1566 Linmar drive NE, a daughter. Births Mercy Oct. 31 To the famines of Gary Kru.se, Center Point, son; William Smith, 852 Cam- burn court SE, a .son. Out-of-Town Births At St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ilcm Clayton, a son Oct. 29. Mrs. Clayton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hailrnva, 2929 Souttcr avenue SE. At San Dir-Ko. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Michael James I'ctcrs, a ynr. Nov. 1. Peters is the son of Flora M. Peters, 2249 C street SW. Marriage Licenses Deborah .Decker and Jeffrey Luring, Sue Ladman and Ste- ven Vorba, Linda Klccksco and Senl.t Cram, all of Cedar Rapids. Vickie Rowriiy and Roger Smith, both of Palo. June Siidecky, Ely and Steven StraUon, Tiffin. Debra Blcciter and Mark Manhattan Beach, Calif. Marriages Dissolved Hani W. ami Georgette Kbiiurl. Anita M. and Richard A. Mumm. Donna L. and Wll- ln.-m K. Kemp. Norma C. and John A. Uliiini.'r. Velnin and Daniel F Fognrty. Dean Thom- as and Shelia R. Kisling. Lolhar and Lois Bullinga. Larry Lewis and Catherine Ann Petersen. Carmen C. and James N Schutzman. Michael Wayne and Debra Lynne Wise. Sue Ellen and Damian L. Parizek. Judith Ann and Ronald Gene Franks. Fires a.m. Thursday. Assis- tance call, behind 300 Third avenue SE. p.m. Thursday. Unde- termined to trash in garbage truck behind 1424 B avenue NE. p.m. Thursday. Back- fire through carburetor in front of 406 Twenty-first street NE. p.m. Thursday. Over- heated compressor at 1700 Twentieth street NW. p.m. Thursday. Needless call at 1620 Park Towne place NE. p.m. Thursday. Nuisance call at Fourth street and M av- enue NW. p.m. Thursday Nuisance call at Waveland drive and Westwood drive NW. p.m. Thursday. Nui- sance call at Fifth street and avenue NW. p.m. Thursday. Cause under investigation at 274 Jacolyn drive NW. p.m. Thursday. Short in television set at 2025 D stree SW. p.m. Thursday. Cause under investigation at 2621 Worthington drive SW. a.m. Friday Nuisance call at Eighth avenue anc Thirteenth street SW. a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at B avenue and Eighth street NW. a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at D avenue and Eleventh street NW. a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at Thirtieth street and G avenue NE. a.m. Friday. Nuisance call in 2200 block of First ave- nue NW. a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at Second avenue anc Thirty-fifth street drive SE. a.m. Friday. Short in electrical fixture at 325 First avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Tommy Lyltle, Solon; fined and costs. James Bendon, 1621 First ave- nue SE; fined and costs. Kathryn Auen, 1141 Fifteenth avenue SW; Kent Tisdale, route two, Cedar Rapids; Danny O'Connell, 1345 Ninth street NW; Georgios Karaboitis, 1316 First avenue NE; Eugene Fruendt, 1219 Third avenue SW; Yvonne Zcllcr, 1500 E ave- nue NW; Pain Wilkison. Shells- burg: Joseph Welsh, Swisher; Burnett Sauerbry, ilopkinton; Mickey Leevin, Anamosa; Ar- thur Petrusch, 2954 Third ave- nue, Marion; Pamela McGow- an, 142 Twentieth avenue SW; eaeli fined and costs. Steven Lefcbure, 2145 Ever- green street NE; Lloyd Humphreys, 2527 Bronkland drive NW; Randy Hagerman, CcntiT1 City; Patricia Crouch, 508 Gwendolyn drive NE; Marilyn Christenscn, route two, Cedar Rapids; Janet Stary, 6025 Jndcrwood avenue SW; Darrcl Vlanley, DCS Moines; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Vincent Mender, Central City; fined and costs. Gregory Nelson, 1IJ07 Twenty-fourth street NW; fined and costs. Faculty cquipmer.t Michael Wnrton, 2833 Schultz drive NW; "incd and costs. ItiRht-of-wny violation Darl Achcnbach, Anamosa; 'ined and costs. Driving on wrong side Pat- Florang, 724 E avenue NW; fined and cosls. Traffic signal violation :iinrlcs Neuhaus. 5435 Vcr- nnnt street. SW; Mills, Iowa City; each fined Hid costs. Dorothy Brandt, Norway; Hurry Holmes, 1340 street NW; Gerald Colorado drive >W; each fined and costs. Intoxication Danirl Phil- ips, 411 First avenue SW; fined mil and costs. Vehicle control violation Warren, l'.7-l .lacolyn Irivi- NW; rlni'd and costs. Sho'f Spaflnll lot hnr Know with Flowitri PERSON'S IRIXl lil.l.lS BLVD. NW' Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from _ Flower 4 Seasons shop 3021) Ml. Vnrnon 363-5005 Petition for Bankruptcy Cathy Ann Hastings, 849 Fif- teenth street SE. Debts: Assets: with all claimed as exempt. Gary Leroy and Bonnie Rae Both well, 210 Ninth street NW. Both listed debts of and assets of with none claimed as exempt. Gregory Outlaw, 1324 B av- enue NE. Debts: Assets: with none claimed as exempt. Richard C. and Cleo E. Lud- vik, Strawberry Point. Both listed debts of and assets of with all claimed as exempt. Richard Earl Griesel. Wa- terloo, doing business as Wente Professional Photography. Debts: Assets with claimed as exempt. Robert Dean Youngblut, Wa- terloo, doing business as Youngblut's Used Cars. Debts: Assets: with all claimed as exempt. Marion James Foley, Rolling Homes Manor, and Lois Imo- genc Foley, 1007 Thirteenth street NW. Both listed debts of S32.953.27 and assets of with claimed as exempt.' Iowa Deaths Central City Beverly Bebe Butterfield, 38, Denver, Colo Graveside cremation memoria service Sunday at 2, Oak Hill Murdoch's. Oelwein Louise Master- pole, 88. Hintz'. Strawberry Point Katie Holstead, 76. Saturday Immanuel Lutheran church Foeney's. Elgin _ Bertha Lehman, 93 Sunday at 2, St. Paul United Methodist c h u r c h, Muehle- Ihaler's. Dyersville Felix Ober- broeclding, 83. Kramer's. Toledo Ella Harvey, 92 Henderson's. Slffourney Edna Mae Her- manstorfer, 70. Saturday at 2, Holm's. Dysart Hazel Heed, 59, Monday at Trinity Unit- ed Methodist church. Overton's. Mt. Vernon Mrs. Wes Crofier 83. Saturday at Brosh chapel, Solon, and 9 at St. Mary's Catholic church. Burial: St. Joseph's cemetery, Iowa City. Clarence Edwin C. Sch- lutcr 87. Sunday at at Chapman's where friends may coll from 2 lo 9 p.m. Saturday. West Union Walter Mur- ray, 63. Saturday at at United Methodist church. Burial: Taylorsville cemetery near Arlington. Visitation after 7 Friday at Burnharn and Wood's. Littlcport Kathryn A. Dinan, 92. Saturday at at St. Joseph's, Elkader. Rosary p.m. Friday. Visitation at Witt's, Elkader. Anamosa Genevieve Os- borne Braun, 74, former Ana- nosa resident. Memorial ser- vices Sunday at at octtsch's. Memorial fund es- tablished. (Continued from Page 1.) or confirmation as vice- iresident. Chairman Rodino (D-N.J.) said this week that house liear- ngs later this month will go nio
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