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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2a the Cedar rapids Gazette mon., . 13, 1982 deaths in St. Matthews . Sodawasser. Alma m. Reding 78, of 1507 memorial drive be died sunday in mercy Hospital following a Brief illness. Bom . 15, 1903, in Cedar rapids married George a. Reding in 1921. He died in 1943. She had been employed by Younkers department store and the Camp fire girls office. For Many years was a Volunteer for the mercy Hospital auxiliary. Mrs. Reding was a member of St. Matthews Catholic Church senior citizens of St. Matthews Catholic daughters of America mercy f Hospital auxiliary and american legion auxiliary. Survivors include one brother George f. Dostal of Iowa City one grandchild and four great grandchildren. Services 11 . Tuesday Catholic Church by the Rev. Burial mount Calvary cemetery. Visitation from 3 to 9 . Today at Stewart funeral Home where the St. Matthews senior citizens Rosary will be recited at 4 . The Catholic daughters of America Rosary will be recited at 7 30 . And the Parish Wake service will be held at 8 . Memorials May be made to St. Matthews memorial fund 2310 first ave. Be or to the mercy Hospital endowment fund 701 10th St. Be. Harold e. Batchelor 84, died Friday at hallmark nursing Home in mount Vernon following a Brief illness. Bom feb. 2, 1898, in Muscatine he married Mabel Hansen on june 31, i960, in Kahoka to. She died in 1981. The couple resided in Lisbon until 1957, when they moved to mount Vernon. He was a self employed Carpenter until retiring in 1969. Or. Batchelor is survived by two Brothers. Services 1 30 . Today at Morgan funeral Home in mount Vernon by the Rev. Richard Thomas. Burial private service at the Lisbon cemetery. Visitation from 9 . Until service time today. Memorials May be made to the Lisbon mount Vernon ambulance service 206 first St. W., mount Vernon 52314. Services pending Lewis Petrak 80, of Rural Albu Mett died sunday afternoon. Services Are pending at the Murdoch funeral Home Marion. Memorial services Lilja Anna m. A 11 . Today at Turner Chapel East by the Rev. Allen s. Van Cleve of Central Park presbyterian Church. Burial Oak Hill cemetery. Visitation from 9 . Until 10 50 . Today at the Chapel when the casket will be closed and not opened following the service. Memorials May be made to the Central Park presbyterian Church 1700 b ave. Be Cedar rapids 52402. Pivonka Robert w. A 11 30 . Tuesday at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church by the Rev. Louis Trzil. Burial St. Johns cemetery. Friends May Call at the Brosh Chapel after 1 . Today where a Rosary will be recited at 7 tonight. American legion Hanford Post no. 5 will conduct military services at the Church. Pressley Isaac Thomas a 4 . Tuesday at Peoples Church unitarian universalist by the Rev. Judith a. Urquhart. Burial Oakland cemetery Iowa City. Turner Chapel East is in charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation. Memorials May be made to , Cedar rapids chapter in care of mrs. Tom r. Carolan 6508 Medford Lane be Cedar rapids 52402. Stabenow Glen a. A 1 . Tuesday at Cedar memorial Chapel of memories by the Rev. Mark t. Riggins of the first Baptist Church of Anamosa. Or. Stabenow is also survived by a brother Leroy of Freeport 111. Burial Cedar memorial Park cemetery. Visitation from 3 to 9 . Today at Cedar memorial funeral Home and at the Chapel after 11 30 . Tuesday. Memorials May be made to the Martelle fire department Martelle Iowa 52305. Mabel i. Engelhardt 96, a resident of Cedar rapids for 30 years died saturday at the Home of her daughter Bernice Waddell 321 36th St. Be following a Long illness. Born july 1, 1886, at Farmersburg Iowa married Hugo Engelhardt. He died in 1920. Survivors in addition to her daughter Are one sister Agnes Arveson of Sioux Falls . Three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services 10 . Tuesday at Cedar memorial Chapel of memories by or. John p. Woods of Westminster United presbyterian Church. Burial Farmersburg Wagner cemetery in Rural Clayton county at 1 . Tuesday. Visitation from 3 . To 9 . Today at Cedar memorial funeral Home and at the Chapel after 9 . Tuesday. Memorials May be made to the Shriner so crippled children a Hospital in care of Al Kafir Temple 123 fifth St. Be Cedar rapids 52403. Edith e. Fawley 90, formerly of 2263 c St. So died sunday evening at hallmark nursing Home in mount Vernon following a Long illness. Born . 25, 1891, in Central City was first married to Irving Strother. After his death married Jean Fawley. He died in 1968. She is survived by one sister mrs. Ralph Stewart of Springville. The body will be cremated and cremains buried in the Springville cemetery. There will be no visitation or memorial services. Stewart funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Iowa deaths Brooklyn a Claude Shaffer 79. Services Are pending at Nevenhoven a. Dyersville a Adel Steger 83. Tuesday 10 30 ., at the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. Visitation 2 . Today at Kramer a where there will be a Parish scripture service at 8 tonight. Burial Church cemetery. Gama Iuo a Ellen Margaret Runaas infant daughter of the Rev. And mrs. William Runaas or. Wednesday 10 30 ., at St. Peters lutheran Church. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Tuesday at Tuecke Allyn a. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be made to sunday school classes at St. Peters lutheran Church and the evangelical lutheran Church of peace at Clayton. Burial Gam Avillo City cemetery. Independence a Michael j. Flynn 60, of fort Dodge formerly of Independence. Wednesday 10 30 ., at St. Johns Catholic Church in Independence. On tuesday at Whites there will be a Parish Rosary recited at 3 ., a Catholic Wake service at 7 . And a Catholic daughters of America Rosary recited at 7 30 . Burial St. Patrick a cemetery Winthrop. Independence a Lumetta Quot Bettye Hutton 71. Wednesday 11 ., at Hayden a in Wyoming where friends May Call after 1 . Tuesday. Burial Wyoming cemetery. Manchester a mrs. Ewald Alicem Rohrssen 87. Wednesday 1 ., at Shelly a. Visitation after 1 . Tuesday at the funeral Home. Burial Fairview cemetery Dunkerton. Maynard a mrs. Marjorie Trotter 88. Tuesday 1 30 ., at Immanuel United methodist Church. Visitation at Delsing Wrights after 2 . Today. Burial Long Grove cemetery. Monticello a Harry Gerjets 75. Services pending at Goettsche a. Monticello a Sam Schuetz 64. Services pending at Goettsche a. Traer a Lucile m. Sebetka 77. Tuesday 10 30 ., at St. Paul Catholic Church. A Rosary will be recited at overtones Traer at 7 30 tonight. Burial St. Vaclav cemetery near Clutier. Vinton a Stanley d. Haefner 46. Wednesday 1 30 ., at first Christian Church. Friends May Call at Campbell russells after noon tuesday. A memorial has been established. Burial Evergreen cemetery. Volga a or. Raymond e. Grant 78, who was a doctor in Volga since 1931, died sunday afternoon at his residence. Services pending at witty a in Elkader. Waukon a Francis Heiderscheit 66, of new Albin died sunday morning at the Waukon Hospital. Tuesday 11 ., at St. Josephus Catholic Church new Albin. Visitation after 3 . Today at the town Hall in new Albin. Burial Church cemetery. Martins of Waukon is in charge of arrangements. West Liberty a mrs. Delores Kephart 46. Family memorial services today at Snider a. The body will be cremated. Concert review refreshingly revised a Nutcracker a sumptuous Holiday gift to . A refreshingly revised Quot Nutcracker Ballet was performed before twin audiences Over the weekend. The Paramount theatre for the performing arts hosted a production co sponsored by the Dieman Bennet dance theater of the hemispheres and the Cedar rapids symphony orchestra. My conclusion is that the production reflected the artistic tastes and temperament of the Dieman Bennet tutors cleverly merged with the magic Baton of Christian Tiemeyer the orchestras musical director. The 33-piece pit orchestra drawn from the symphony ranks boasted a truly professional sound and tie Meyers cues were accurate and intelligent. The choreography and dancing were in Short Superb. The costuming was a picture of opulence a lavish beyond belief. Doug Andersons lighting substantially enhanced the presentations and his backdrops were simply stunning. The opening Christmas House party sometimes tends to get a bit Stuffy but it was considerably Enlil there s Charlie Brown snoopy. He s going Christmas shopping. Only 12 pays to Goi ened in this new production. Old Drosselmeyer the eccentric inventor was Given an interesting portrayal by Thomas King. Outstanding in the first half were the horde of skitter but Well tutored mice the rigidly disciplined colourful toy soldiers and the floating ballerinas in filmy costumes looked indeed like nebulous Clouds. A stunning Snowflake scene brought the first act to a close with Ruth Kinzey dancing in the sunday performance and Nancy Field performing saturday. The favorite of the audience was the Prima Ballerina Suki Morrissey who danced the sugar Plum fairy and the Grande Pas de Deus with her customary Sylph like Grace and Charm. Her Dan eur Noble in the Pas de Deus was the Veteran Stuart Rural Martelle Man listed in fair condition Brett Stewart 19, of Rural Martelle was listed in fair condition at St. Luke a Hospital in Cedar rapids sunday evening. A Hospital spokesman said Stewart was involved in a one crash Early sunday morning but the details of the Accident weren to immediately released by authorities. Weinbrenner who executed with his usual classic perfection. The audience reaction to the handsome pair was reflected in the thunderous ovation that finally allowed the couple to leave the stage. This writer was also much impressed by the Graceful dancing and Fine feeling for rhythm by Lisa Augspurger first As a Gingerbread doll then As a Drifting Cloud As a Milliton and finally As soloist to Lead the corps de Ballet in the popular Quot Waltz of the the celebrated series of aperitifs were shortened a bit. The Quot old woman and the shoes was particularly improved both in mechanics and effectiveness. The sensuous music that accompanied the Quot arabian dance found the orchestra at its Best. The Quot chinese dance with its languishing Princess won in the color department. The presentations were ushered on and off stage in rapid succession. Just How this was accomplished with a cast of Well Over 100, ill never know. I would suggest that the sympathetic Baton of Tiemeyer was a Factor in the smooth and precise execution of the dance routines. Listening to this exotic music and viewing the moving Panorama of color and Story on stage one can Only conclude that Tchaikovsky really knew How to write for dancing feet. The Quot Nutcracker was indeed a sumptuous Holiday gift to this Community from our local purveyors of the Fine arts. Rain sleet Snow hit states from Mississippi to Maine associated press an unexpected snowstorm sunday decorated the Eastern Seaboard with Snow up to a foot deep from Virginia to Maine and Christmas shoppers were urged to stay Home while plows worked to reopen clogged streets and highways. At least six people were killed on icy highways Over the weekend a five saturday in Ohio and one sunday in Tennessee. Heavy Snow a falling at the rate of 4 inches an hour in the Washington . Suburbs a plastered the nations capital Baltimore Philadelphia new York Providence r.i., and Boston but areas farther Inland were spared deep accumulations. There were scattered blackouts and driving was perilous. At least 10 inches of Snow fell at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington. About 9 inches accumulated in Ashland va., 15 Miles North of Richmond and in other communities in the Central and Southern part of the state. New York City officials called in 2,500 workers to operate More than 360 Snow lows and 290 Salt spreaders a at a Cost of $700,000 a and 1,200 machines were put on the Road in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. The storm spread a Broad Swath of sleet and Snow from Northern Mississippi to Maine. Muscle Shoals ., got an Inch of Snow. Anywhere from 4 to 10 inches fell overnight from Eastern Kentucky to coastal new Jersey. Up to 6 inches of Snow fell in Eastern Tennessee where authorities appealed for volunteers with Chain saws to help Clear downed tree limbs. Winter storm warnings were posted from Virginia to Eastern Massachusetts where a foot of Snow had buried Cape cod. Skies were mostly Clear in the Mississippi Valley and Rivers continued to recede from flood Levels last week that caused at least $620 million in damage and drove 35,500 people from their Homes. The storm which developed off the coast of the Carolinas during the night brought a Sharp contrast to the Balmy weather of a week earlier when virginians were enjoying barbecues with temperatures in the mid-70s and the ice melted at the skating rink at Rockefeller Center in new York. Police in Baltimore where 5 inches of Snow was on the ground by mid morning urged motorists to stay off the icy Bridges and highways. Quot fortunately its a sunday a said apartment Blaze a firefighters Battle an upper apartment fire last night at 1407 mount Vernon Road be occupied by Jesse Wright and Cara Mally. Guy Yanklewitz a tenant in a lower apartment said he was awakened by Wright shortly before 11 30 . And tried to Battle the Blaze which appeared to have started on a Couch. The fire had raced through the apartment by the time firefighters arrived but Yanklewitz Wright and Mally managed to escape with no serious injuries. Edward Tatro a tenant in the buildings basement apartment said he had renovated the upper apartment after it was seriously damaged in August by a Kitchen fire. No cause was immediately determined for last nights Blaze. Vital statistics births a mercy . 12 a Bonnie and John peal 900 Fairview drive Marion a son. Births St. Luke a . 11 a Sarita and Dennis Brant 1627 18th St. New a son tip of Day there Are several ways to prevent snoring a adjust your sleeping position to discourage breathing through your Mouth. If you must sleep on your Back put a Small Pillow under the Nape of your neck to elevate your head. A try to increase the humidity in your bedroom. When the room is too dry membranes get swollen and cause snoring. Usually a pot of water placed by the Radiator will do the trick. A if you re overweight lose those extra pounds. Fat can impair breathing. A done to drink alcohol before going to bed. Alcohol acts As a depressant and relaxes the Muscles of the respiratory system so that breathing becomes More difficult. If none of these preventatives work snoring May be a sign of an obstruction in the nose. If that is the Case a specialist. Marlaine and Mike Brown 1110 Westwood drive new a daughter Janel bums 1311 fifth St. New a daughter Deng and Curt Visek 1101 c ave. New a son Barbara and Andreas Toupadakis 249 38th St. Drive be a daughter Glenda and Leroy Riedesel Clarence a daughter. Dec. 12 a Judith and Andrew Beard 1435 25th St., Marion a son Diana Wright 2860 Seeley ave. Be a daughter Shelley and Frank Kuennen Solon a son. Fire Calls 12 56 . Saturday. Medical emergency at 403 sixth St. So. 1 33 . Saturday. Overheated ballast at 509 third St. Be. 3 46 . Saturday. Medical emergency at 1402 b ave. Be. 4 12 . Sunday. Investigate odor at 1512 10th St. Be. 7 59 . Sunday. Medical emergency at 1507 memorial drive be. 10 20 . Sunday. Unknown to trash dumpster at 1503 f ave. New. 5 56 . Sunday. Dumpster fire at 507 first ave. So. The Gazette established in 1883 by the Gazette company and published daily and sunday at 500 third Avenue be Cedar rapids Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid at Cedar rapids Iowa. Subscription rates by Carrier $1.95 per week. By mail morning editions and sunday 7 issues $9.20 a 4 weeks $95 00 a 52 weeks. Other states and . Territories $125.00 a 52 weeks. No mail subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette Carrier service. The associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Uses 095680 Dan Mccarthy a police spokesman. Quot the Bottom line is if you done to have to drive Maryland state police Cpl. Paul Svoboda said Quot millions of people Are calling up and asking if they ought to go to Church or in Philadelphia which also got 5 inches by morning police said the Snow combined with High winds caused Many traffic accidents. Roads in most of Virginia were Slippery and hazardous. Quot we re recommending Snow tires and chains in All roads throughout the state a said Joe Presbrey a spokesman for the Virginia depart ment of highways and transportation. Quot if people done to have to travel National Airport near Washington ., was closed temporarily but was operating at full capacity by mid morning officials said. Dulles in Western Fairfax county was reported operating on full schedule. Quot we were caught off guard As far As How far North the storm would reach a said Jeff Bowman of the National weather service in Washington. Quot we had predicted it would move West to East but it moved in a More East northeastward direction brushed coastal new England and the North Atlantic bar Patron charged after bottle incident a Patron of alas hangout 1207 fourth ave. Be was arrested by police after he allegedly threw a Beer bottle at officers while they made a routine bar Check. Sylvester s. Hyde Lewis 34, of 1835 fourth ave. Be was arrested saturday evening and charged with two counts of assault with intent to commit injury and one count each of simple assault disorderly conduct and intoxication. Reports said two officers were inside the tavern about 9 20 . When a Man identified As Hyde Lewis asked one if he would like to buy a Quot joint marijuana cigarette. He offered to Trade a couple of joints in Exchange for the officers gun with which he threatened to shoot the officer. As the officer went to Tell his partner about the comments reports said Hyde Lewis threw a Beer bottle at them which shattered against the Wall and showered police and tavern patrons with Glass fragments and Beer. While being arrested Hyde Lewis continued to shout that he hated police. Held at the Linn county jail saturday night Hyde Lewis was released on his own recognizance sunday following an appearance in Linn District court. On this Date in 1981, polish authorities issued a decree of martial Law and suspended the activities of the Trade Union Solidarity. Read red peppers in sports because everyone always likes Beautiful things Flowers from John e. Lapes i florists since 1909 308 3rd Avenue . 365-0511 let Flowers speak Piersons Flower shop and greenhouses in it 1 last 395-0995 1800 Illis Boulevard new 4657 Center it. Re. N Gazette photo by Duane Crock

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