Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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jibe top are Haven llolsapple, 25, Ken Clanton, 28, David SUwisky, 28, ami Tom Ryan, 20, all of Lander, Wyo., whore Pelzoldt’s outdoor leadership school is located.
65-Year-Old May Try for Summit Of Grand Teton
Cit ANI) TUTON PARK, Wyo. (PIM) Four members of 85 year-old Paul Petzoldt’s inoun taineering g r o ti p successfully reached the summit of rugged Grand Teton Wednesday, and Petzoldt. said he might try for tin1 top himself Thursday.
“I don't see how it can get any colder,” Petzoldt said, radioing down the news of the success ful assault on the 13,770-foot mountain. Only three previous attempts have been successful in the nine-year history of Pet zoldt’s winter climbs.
“Four members of the party, made it to the summit at noon,” said Tony Bevinetto, spokesman for the Grand Teton National park. “Petzoldt told me they’re going to look at the weather isd might try it with another group — himself included.”
“The cold is almost prohibitive to rope climbing,” Petzoldt said over the radio. “We’ll be coming j down if it’s too cold.”
Petzoldt transmitted from a hut at 11,700 feet, and said two climbers camped in tents higher up in preparation for Thurs- j day’s assault.
Part of the group of 24 mountaineers is at the 10.800 foot' level.
The four climbers who made
award at the 1072 'Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood art festival in Dallas, the Library Purchase award, Tulsa Central Library, 1070 and 1971, and first place for professional prints award at the annual Artists Exhibit, Jefferson City, Mo., Art club.
Barth has several prints in public collections at the Columbia Art League, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma Christian college, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Chicago Historical Society. He has been accepted into the American Contemporary Arts and Crafts Slide Library.
During the January interim period at Mt. Mercy, the art gallery is open during the following times: from noon to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, and bv appointment on weekends,. Visitors should register at the lobby desk in McAuley hall.
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Working up to the last minute, Sister Catherine Wolf applies glaze to a bisque-fired piece fo be exhibited at the Mt. Mercy faculty art show which opens on Thursday. Other participants include Sister Rene Travis and Charles Barth, of the art department at Mf. Mercy. ____
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[his automobile with the motor running. Witnesses heard an explosion when Douglas raised the hood.
Turner said the breaking shaft and fan belt threw parts of the assembly into the street. He said one blade caught the youth in the throat.
HOUSTON (UPI) - A blade flew off an automobile fan assembly Wednesday and cut the throat of a 19-year-old youth working on the motor.
Medical investigator J. L. Turner said Sherman Douglas bled to death.
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