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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Colorado Springs, Colorado A4�?gazette Telegraph monday nov. 29, 1982 weather Colorado Springe partly Cloudy today and tuesday with High today in mid 50s. Occasional Southwest winds to to 20 mph this afternoon Low tonight in the Low 20s. Extended Outlook periods of rain or Snow showers statewide wednesday and thursday decreasing Friday. Colder daytime temperatures. Lows teens and 20s with Zero to 15 mountains highs 30s to mid 40s with teens and 20s mountains. Road c Ondl ions Loveland pass icy in spots Eisenhower Tunnel approaches eastbound and westbound wet Rabbit ears pass snowing wet Vail pass snowing and wet red Mountain pass icy in spots Berthoud pass snowing wet Trail Ige Road mount Evans Road Independence pass clo i Colorado periods of rain or Snow mountains and West today and tonight partly Cloudy East variable Clouds statewide on tuesday with scattered rain or Snow showers continuing mountains West slight Chance of showers East highs today 50s to Low 60s Hast 40s West with 30s to Low 40s mountains i vows tonight mostly 20s with 5 to 20 mountains National cloudiness and occasional precipitation to prevail Over much of the Northeast and the Southeast with the exception of the Florida Peninsula. Set uttered showers will be the Rule from the Southern half of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle Northeast through the Carolinas into Southeastern Virginia along with a few thundershowers in Southeast Alabama and Southeast Georgia. Rain will fall from upper new York state into Central new i England with Snow and or freezing rain Over much of Maine new Mexico mostly fair and w Armer Southeast today. Partly Cloudy elsewhere with a Chance for a few showers or Mountain Snow showers n the Northwest. Wyoming today and tonight mostly Cloudy and cold far West with a Good Chance of Snow Kansas partly Cloudy and warmer highs in the 50s lows in the mid-20s to lower 30s Nebraska areas of dense fog East this morning otherwise partly Cloudy today not As Cool East. Oklahoma mostly sunny and warmer today generally fair and not cold tonight Arizona Arizona a Winter storm watch Central mountains northward tonight and tuesday Vari Able cloudiness North with scattered showers today. Utah rain and Snow decreasing some this afternoon. Gusty South winds Western valleys. L air Quality the air pollution control Section of the Elpaso county health department reported the following conditions at 7 30 today a particulates 61, acceptable. A Carbon monoxide 60, acceptable a Ozone 8, Good. Zones Lull 13 a periods of High Clouds and mild. High upper 40s and 50s locally Gusty winds tonight partly Cloudy lows in the 20$ zones a 15, 17 a periods of High Clouds and mild highs 50s to Tow 60s locally Gusty winds. Tonight partly Cloudy lows in the 70s zones i a i to a Cloudy with a 60 por cont Chanco of Snow highs 30s to Low 40s. Windy at times. Zones i 3, i Cloudy with a 40 pm ent Chance of rain or Snow. Highs in the 40s. Tonight Cloudy win a 40 percent Chance of rain or Snow lows is to 25 zones a 9 a partly Cloudy Alfh isolated Snow showers nearby Moun coins highs upper 30s and 40s. Temperatures sunday i to City. 53 23 highest this Date 71 1973 lowest 2 1979> temperatures recorded at the Gazette Telegraph sunday monday i . 52 i am 28 2 52 2 a in 27 3 pm 53 3 a in. 25 4 pm 50 4 . 25 5 pm 47 5 am 25 6 . 42 6 am 24 7 . 38 7 a in 23 8 . 34 8 am 25 9 pm 33 9 . 34 to . 34 to a in 38 la p in 32 mind 30 precipitation 24 hours to 6 none far this Normal for this month. 43 total this year .21.24 Normal year through nov. 15 44 Sun Rose today 6 56 a in. Sets today 4 38 rises tomorrow. 6 57 bar motor to today. 29.74 humidity to a in today. 36 today National weather service forecast rim Ftp v<1 to she urn Snow age a j flume air flow temperatures Colorado Danas it Worth a y ton 64 56 37 30 san Antonio san Diego 68 68 35 54 sunday h i lodes Moines 35 33 san Francisco 58 53 a Fornosa 38 23 Detroit 42 23 Seattle 51 4 Boulder 55 29 Duluth 31 i 7 Shreveport 60 43 Denver 56 20 Elpaso 6 44 of it palls 34 26 Fogie 33 02 a Fairbanks 12 2i Louis 49 39 of Coli is 46 5 9 Farge 30 23 Pete Tampa 82 67 it Morgan 4? 19 Flagstaff 42 27 it Ste Marl 33 16 Glen spas 46 15 great fans 52 35 Spokane 42 33 grand jct 4? 26 Harford 39 15 Syracuse 35 2 o Gunnison 40 02 Helena 43 24 Topeka 37 33 la Junta 21 Honolulu 84 71 Tucson 64 45 Lamar 60 20 Houston 64 46 t visa 51 36 Leadville 30 05 Indianapolis 88 35 Washington 42 33 Pueblo 65 18 Jackson v is 62 52 Wichita 42 31 nation Jacksons Ile 62 Juneau Kansas City 33 37 32 35 world sunday Hilo Las vegas 60 38 sunday Hilo Albany 33 15 Little Rock 49 40 Amsterdam 45 34 Albuquerque 5 25 los Angeles 64 56 Athens 63 54 Amarillo 53 20 Louisville 63 38 Bangkok 91 77 Anchorage 21 11 l about k 56 31 Barbados 86 72 Ashville 43 4, Memphis 53 46 Beirut 64 50 Atlanta 63 56 miam 8 76 Belgrade 50 37 a Antic City 4ft 23 Milwaukee 40 34 Berlin 43 37 asst n it 35 apis Paul 33 24 c a i to 72 52 Baltimore 3� 28 Nashville 65 56 Tope Magen 47 43 Billings 5 33 new Orleans 69 60 46 34 birr Ogham 6/ 52 new y 5rk 43 27 Frankfurt 43 39 Bismarck 38 06 Norfolk 59 44 Hong Kong 73 72 Bose 50 32 North Platte 46 29 Jerusalem 59 37 bos on 40 25 Oklahoma City 53 29 Lisbon 57 48 Brownsville a i 4d Omaha 34 30 i on Flo Quot 45 36 Buffalo 37 18 Orlando 84 65 Oslo 34 34 Burl Agron 33 13 Philadelphia 46 23 pans 43 37 Casper 4? 2? Phoenix 67 47 Pek 50 39 Charleston c .66 54 p of Burgh 48 25 r to 99 70 Charleston w v 54 35 Portland 33 11 Rome 63 55 Charlotte n c 43 42 Portland Ore 57 44 san Juan 85 75 c he Yenne 46 32 Providence 42 23 Sao Paulo 82 66 Chicago 41 34 n align 44 41 Seoul 52 39 c int innate 63 57 rap it c to 53. 25 Nga pore 90 73 Cleveland 54 27 Reno 49 33 Stockholm 45 41 Columbia a c 60 46 r in hmong 43 36 Sydney a 63 Columbus 55 31 sait take 44 27 77 66 rage cited in rampage at capital Washington a District of Columbia police chief Maurice Turner blames a a misfits and a opportunists hell Bent on crime for a violent rampage that erupted in the heart of the nations capital after an abortive demonstration by the Kun flux klan. A it was Blind senseless rage which cannot be excused nor justified a Turner said of the Rock throwing tear Gas tossing Melee saturday As several thousand anti klan demonstrators clash will police. He said police and City officials this week would try to discover a what went wrong and Why it went wrong in the capitals worst outburst of unrest since the anti War protests of More than a decade ago when the disturbances broke out police were already escorting out of town the 40 klans Nen who had held a Brief rally in Lafayette Park across from the White House. The klan a protesting legislate n that would Grant amnesty to in ions of ii Ega aliens in the United states a had planned to March in Washington for the first time since 1925. When 40,000 paraded without incident. But at the urging of police saturdays scheduled March Down Pennsylvania Avenue was abruptly cancelled police said a Lone Kkt member dressed in Street clothes walked several blocks before getting into a car. While angered at the audacity of the klan to demonstrate in a City that is 70 percent Black several comm in to leaders had urged that Washington residents avoid potentially violent confrontation instead they endorsed activities such As a Quot jobs fair and Church efforts to provide meals for homeless and unemployed people a we shall answer the klan discordant sounds of hate with a symphony of love for our neighbors a Walter e. Fauntroy the City a non voting Delegate to Congress told reporters Early last week on saturday however this a photo store looted demonstrators loot a bicycle store in Washington during violence that followed the cancellation of a March by the Kun flux klan. Peaceful ter did not extend to ant k an protests which had been organized largely by Radical left Wing groups such As the Sparta Cist league a trotskyite or ii &Quot.ation, and the pro palestinian november 29th Chalit i. After the Kkt in had held their 15 minute rail and departed a crowd of Ai i klan demonstrators a estimated by police at about 3,000 a rushed into Lafayette Park members of the Crow hurled hundreds of Sib toward police and Bombo ded. Arby houses and offices. Windows in a Bank and veral other buildings were smashed More than three hours after the klan March was scrubbed police battled demonstrators at another Park in the City Busi i i strict about two blocks away. Windows were smashed at a cafeteria when people were inside eating and a nearby bicycle shop was. Ted. Demonstrators occasionally pm ted cars taxis and buses with rocks As the vehicles passed Down k Street the City main downtown thoroughfare. Two cars were overturned a Block East of the White House. Eleven police officers and an undetermined number of demons i actors were injured in the Melee. Edith Heaton Johnston services for Edith Heaton Johnston 109 old Broadmoor Road will be at to . Tuesday at the memorial gardens Chapel Airport Road and Academy Boulevard with the Rev. John Stevens officiating. Entombment will be in memorial gardens mausoleum. Mrs. Johnston died Friday in a Colorado Springs Hospital. She was 90. Mrs. Johnston was born dec. 25, 1891, in commanche county ran., and moved to Colorado Springs in 1955. She was graduated from the Northwestern state teachers College in Alva okla., and was a teacher for several years in Capron okla. Mrs. Johnston is survived by a sister Nellie Heaton Webb of Garden City ran., and several cousins. Jeanette poet Daniels services for Jeanette Peet Daniels will be at 11 15 . Tuesday at the Grace episcopal Church 631 n. Tejon ., with the Rev. Robert g. Hewitt officiating. Burial will be in Kansas City. Mrs. Daniels died saturday at her Home. She was 90. Mrs. Daniels was born May 22, 1892, in Kansas City ., and moved to Colorado Springs in 1924. She was preceded in death by her husband Cady Daniels ., and a son Cady Daniels or. Mrs. Daniels is survived by a son Albert Peet Daniels of Colorado Springs a sister mrs. . Welch of Kansas City a brother . Peet of Kansas City and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions May be made to the Penrose Hospital cancer clinic. Debra Schwab services for Debra Schwab will be at la . Tuesday at the first Baptist Church of Monument third and Washington streets with the Rev. Robert Swift officiating. Burial will be in Monument cemetery mrs. Schwab died Friday from injuries suffered in a traffic Accident. She was 23.mrs. Schwab was born May 24, 1959, in Ray county term., and moved to Colorado Springs in october of this year. She was a nurses aide at a Castle Rock nursing Home before moving to Colorado Springs. Mrs. Schwab is survived by her husband Richard Schwab two daughters Brandy Michelle Lacey and Marie Lynn Lacey both of Monument her Mother. Mrs. Betty Fine of Cleveland her father Charles White of Las vegas Nev. Four Sisters april Fine and Talicia Fine both of Sheffield Lake Ohio and Cheri Barnette and Treasa Fine both of Lorain Ohio four Brothers Philip Fine of Cleveland Chris Fine of Vermillion Ohio Guy Fine of Sheffield Ohio and Mare White of Las vegas maternal grandmother mrs. Bertha Miller of Vermillion and paternal grandmother Dora Miller of Spring City Tenn. Funerals tuesday Daniels Jeanette Peet la is ., Grace episcopal Church. Hill Levi s., la ., memorial gardens Chapel. Johnston Edith Heaton to ., memorial Robinson Clarence b. A Clicks shrine of rest Chapel of roses. Schwab Debra d., la ., first Baptist Church Monument. Sub wont Power hawaiian Island Honolulu apr electricity has been partially restored on the Hurricane ravaged Island of Kauai freeing for sea duty a nuclear submarine that had been requested As an auxiliary Power source Navy officials say the attack submarine Indianapolis was ordered into naw Iliili Harbor during the weekend to mate its nuclear powered Plant with the islands electrical system. But three huge portable generators provided by the Navy have been installed at the Kauai electric co.�?Tmajor generating Plant to provide backup Power the submarine won t be needed it cmdr. Terrence Forrester a spokesman for the . Pacific Fleet said sunday. The company a main generating Plant was i restarted saturday night and most of Lihue the islands largest town had lights and Power by sunday officials said. Water and Telephone service was restored sunday to much of Kauai which was hardest hit of the major islands when Hurricane Iwa swept through the area last tuesday night with winds of up to 110 mph. Iwa the worst Hurricane to hit Hawaii since the National weather service started keeping records caused almost $200 million in damage. There was no immediate estimate on when electrical service might completely be restored to the islands population of 39,000, officials it electrical service has been restored on most of Oahu Hawaii a most populous Island but service to the Small coastal Community of Nana Kuli probably wont be available for at least two weeks. High winds and huge Waves whipped up by the storm damaged the Community Selec trial transmission and distribution system badly that it will be faster and cheaper to replace it said Kevin Doyle a spokesman for hawaiian electric co. President Reagan issued a disaster declaration saturday making Honolulu and Kauai counties eligible for disaster assistance. Federal officials were expected to set up Aid centers in the next few Days to handle disaster loan applications. 4 379 deaths reported from Holiday driving associated press traffic fatalities Over the thanksgiving holidays fell far Short of estimates with the number of people killed just half that of the worst year 1969. During the four Day Observance that ended at Midnight sunday 379 traffic deaths were reported substantially fewer than would have been expected during a non Holiday period of the same length at this time of the year. Before the Long weekend began at 6 . Wednesday the National safety Council had estimated that Between 420 and 520 people might be killed. During a four Day no Holiday period 480 deaths could be expected. Last year 413 people were killed in traffic Over the thanksgiving holidays

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