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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Colorado Springs, Colorado 4-a�?gazette Telegraph Bai. Mara 8. Is flu in we Morom better weather to part a Clouds weather James Edward Mongone mass of Christian burial for James Edward Mongone of Colorado Springs will be celebrated at 9 30 . Monday at our lady of it. Carmel Catholic Church in Denver. Rosary will be recited at 7 . Sunday at our lady of it. Carmel. Burial will be in it. Olivet cemetery Denver. Or. Mongone died wednesday in a local Hospital he was born May 13.1942, in Denver and attended schools there and Westminster High school. He had lived in Colorado Springs for to years. At the age of five he and his sister Donna Mongone. Became a singing duo and later added a dance act. They performed throughout the Denver area and in 17 states entertaining at Uso shows on television and for Benefit groups. They also appeared in the movie a the Glenn Miller and in a Monkey s Uncle a in which they created a dance called a the Monkey s Uncle their last performance miss Mongone died in january was at the Broadmoor in the Centennial show. Or. Mongone also worked in the entertainment department of the Rocky Mountain news in Denver and assisted in the first publication of the t v. Dial. At one time he and his sister owned the follies room bar in Denver and later owned the Tophet Trade winds and Frog Gies lounge in Colorado Springs. Or. Mongone also had managed the merry go round Here. He was a self employed Stock broker. He was a member of sacred heart roman Catholic Church. Survivors include his Mother Mary Mongone of Colorado Springs a sister Kathie Meyer of Sidney neb. A Nephew and several aunts and uncles. Nolan funeral Home handled local arrangements. Arrangements in Denver Are being handled by Mcconaty a mortuary. Mrs. Marian e. Hunter graveside services for Marian e. Hunter 2606 n. Nevada ave., will be i . Monday at Evergreen cemetery with the Rev. William pounds officiating. Mrs. Hunter died thursday at a local nursing Home. She was born dec. 9.1885. In Germany. She lived in Newton. Ran., before moving to Colorado Springs in 1950. Her husband. David t. Hunter preceded her in death in 1977. Survivors include a son. Dallas Hunter of Media a. A brother. Andrew Slagowski of Newton. Ran. And a grandson. Cory t. Medina mass of Christian burial for Corv t. Medina 519 s. Institute St., will be at 2 . Monday at our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with the Rev. Frances Colon celebrant Rosary will be recited at 7 . Sunday at Swan Law Cascade Chapel. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. Or. Medina died thursday at a local Hospital. He was bom Jai. 24. 1937. In la Valley Colo., and had resided in Colorado Springs since 1958. He was employed by Weicker Transfer and storage co. And previously worked As a waiter at the Broadmoor hotel and the . Air Force Academy. He attended Pueblo county High school and he was a member of our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. % survivors include his father. Crestino Medina of Colorado Springs a brother. Pat Medina of Colorado Springs two daughters. Patricia Medina and Yvette Medina. Both of Lamar and a son Cory Medina or. Of Lamar. The Rev. Merritt j. Gile services for the Rev. Merritt j. Gile 110 w. Van Buren St., will be la . Monday at the Swan Law Cascade Chapel with the Rev. Bob Fraser officiating. Burial will be in Spring Valley cemetery Larkspur. The Rev. Gile died wednesday at a local nursing Home. He was Bora july to. 1904, in Falcon and lived in the Elbert area before moving to Colorado Springs in 1931. He was a retired minister and a member of the pentecostal Church of god of Colorado Springs. Survivors include four Brothers Steve Gile of Rio Linda Calif., George Gile of Clear Lake Calif., Raymond Gile of Eureka Calif., and William Gile of Simla. And a sister Grace Gile of Colorado Springs. Mrs. Helen t. Morgan services for Helen t. Morgan 1029 Florence St., will be i . Monday at Swan Law Cascade Chapel. Cremation will follow. Mrs. Morgan died Friday at a local Hospital. She was Bora oct. 6, 1895, in Canon City and lived in Lafayette Colo., before moving to Colorado Springs in 1979. She was a member of the roman Catholic Church. Survivors include a brother Rudolph Todd of Walsenburg. Joseph Conrad twinem memorial services for Joseph Conrad twinem of cripple Creek will be in care of Swan Law funeral Home with the Rev. Hail eel Duel officiating. Cremation is scheduled. Or. Twinem died tuesday at a Colorado Springs Hospital. He was Bora sept. 29, 1906. In Brooklyn n.y., Ana had resided in cripple Creek since 1934. He was assistant superintendent of the cripple Creek Stratton mining and development co portion and was an operator of the Geneva Maroa consolidated Gold mines. Or. Twinem had been an instructor in the engineering department of the University of Maine and was president of the International Oil participants corporation serving As assistant to the chairman of the Board of Warren foundry and pipe corporation. He was head of the Warren foundry at Phillipsburg n.j., and was former general manager of . Preston and associates. He was chief Engineer for the construction of a Copper Lead Zinc concentrator at it. Isa Queensland Australia and was an Engineer with rms Brj Saigon South Vietnam. Or. Twinem had worked in Washington d c., As the chief of miscellaneous metals and minerals for the . And was a geologist for the state of Maine. He was head of administration of ordnance for la Western states and for the re manufacturing program for army ordnance. San Francisco. He received his Bachelor of science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of technology in 1930 and received his master of science degree in 1934. He also attended special courses at the University of Michigan and the University of Wyoming. He was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi masonic Lodge no. 96 of amp am cripple Creek Colorado consistory no. I Denver an honorary member of the Maine mineralogical and geological society and Gold Nugget chapter no. 30, order of the Eastern Star. He was a member of the american society of civil engineers american society of Petroleum mining and mineralogical Engin ners the United states executive Reserve the military ordnance association american foun Drymen s association and the american Institute of management. He and his wife Olive were married july 5, 1934, in cripple Creek. Survivors include his wife a daughter Carol twinem of cripple Creek and a sister Margaret Paterson of Baldwin Long Island by. Mrs. Lillie r. Crum services for Lillie r. Crum for Erly of Rush will be in care of the sen Malone funeral Home coners ferry Idaho. Mrs. Crum died thursday in Oder. She was born july 19, 1902, in owe okla., she resided in the Oder Rush area from 1920 until 57, when she moved to Bonners Jerry. She was a member of the Sev Ith Day adventist Church. To survivors include three Sisters Mable Bavins of Oklahoma Carol Huggins of Bonners ferry and Ernestine Brown of Yoder five Brothers Harold Warren of Lane ran., Malcolm Warren of Oakridge ore., Preston Warren of Colorado Springs Stephen Crum of Torrance Calif. And Donald Crum of Bonners ferry la grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. A friends May Call at Swan Law funeral Home from noon to 6 . Sunday. Forecast a the National Wather service forecast for today Calls for Snow Over the Northern Rockies and rain Over the Northeast from the great lakes to new England. Clouds a a band of Thunder storms causing Clouds stretches from Central Mississippi to Eastern Kentucky and Over Northern Missouri. Broken Clouds cover the Rockies. City forecast gear to partly Cloudy through sunday. High today and sunday 45 to 50. Low tonight in the mid 20s. Is air Quality temperatures at Gazette Telegraph hourly temperatures fridly p c Friday f c a tor or noon. 17 2 8 1 am. .32 0 i pm. 44 6 7 2 am. 32 0 2 pm. 44 8 9 3 am. .3? -05 3 pm. 40 4 4 4 am. A i i 4 pm. 36 2.2 5 am 39 -1.7 5 pm. 36 2.2 i am. 28 -2 2 6 pm. 36 2 2 7 am. 28 -22 7 pm. 35 1.7 8 am. .32 0 8 pm. 34 la 9 am. .29 -1.7 9 pm. La to am. .33 is 10 pm. 34 i t la am. .33 0 5 precipitator tor 24 hours ended a to pm yesterday. ,.trce precipitator or Curran month. Trace Norma precipitation for current month. 77 precis Aton so far this year. 79 Sunset today at. 5 59 pm Sunrise tomorrow a. Average maximum for March 845 average min mum for March 8. 21 record i for Vach 5 700955 record now for March 8 j. 1964, temperatures Hilo Alamosa Boulder Colo Springs Denver Eagle fort Collins Glenwood spas 41 state forecast 3 23 grand Junction 42 is 64 is Greeley a 24 49 26 Gunnison la Junta r 22 38 28 62 31 38 x Lamar 56 29 a 28 Pusok 66 a 41 32 Trinidad 55 28 mostly fair through sunday with widely scattered Snow showers and partly Cloudy skies in the mountains. Warmer in the East. Highs today and sunday of 40s in the West 50s to mid 60s East and 30s in the mountains. Lows tonight in the upper teens and 20s at lower elevations with 5 to to in the mountains. The air pollution control Section of the Elpaso county health department reported the following conditions at 3 . Friday a suspended particulates a 42, Good a Carbon monoxide a 26. Good. A Ozone a 33,-Good. Extended forecast scattered Snow in the mountains and East on monday. Variable cloudiness statewide thursday and wednesday. Rain and Snow spreading into the mountains and West on wednesday. Highs monday in the 40s to Low 50s in the Western valleys mid 30s to mid 40s in the mountains and 30s and 40s in the East. Highs in the East warming to 50s and 60s by wednesday. Road conditions the Colorado state patrol and division of highways reports the following Adverse driving conditions Chain Law is in effect at Loveland pass Monarch pass red Mountain pass and Wolf Creek pass roads Are Snow packed at the Eisenhower Tunnel fort Morgan Sterling Julesberg and Rabbit ears pass and roads Are icy and Hilo Albany 46 27 Las vegas a Buque 59 37 Little Kook Amarillo Anchorage 66 34 23 i los Angeles Louisville Asheville 64 35 Memphis Atlanta 68 46 Miami Atlantic qty 45 j7 Milwaukee Baltimore 61 32 apis St p Birmingham 63 56 Nashville Bismarck St �?6 new Orleans Boise by 27 new York Boston 53 28 Norfolk Brownsville 65 69 okla. City Buffalo 38 28 Omaha Charisma so 66 46 Orlando Charisma by 64 36 philae phia Chicago 33 21 Phoenix Cincinnati 52 30 Pittsburgh p hand me Cleveland 37 28 Columbus 4 28 p land Ore Dai it it the 84 62 rapid City Denver 39 28 Reno Des Moines 33 u4 Richmond Detroit to 19 St Louis Duluth 25 -6 St p Tampa f air tanks 31 4 Salt Lake Hartford 50 27 san Diego Honolulu 81 to san fran Houston 77 62 Seattle ind Apolis jacks vice 41 81 30 47 Spokane St St Marie Juneau 34 29 t Ilaa Kan s City 36 31 Washington 25 12 61 44 to 62 52 37 66 31 66 45 33 22 84 53 47 31 68 46 48 30 43 25 53 38 38 8 46 2 6 68 34 53 34 83 61 50 35 66 55 b3 50 49 4 40 Jijo i 76 55 66 39 v1tn_ statistics deaths and funerals Black a or. John Andrew 2622 e. Boulder St., passed away wednesday at a local Hospital. Graveside services to . Saturday at the shrine of rest Chapel Rev. Jerry Grimes officiating. Interment Evergreen cemetery. Shrine of rest Johnson a Carl Johnson 2226 n. Bennett St., passed away thursday at a local Hospital. Arrangements to follow. Shrine of rest Crum a mrs. Lillie r. Crum of Bonners ferry Idaho pasted away thursday in Yoder. Services and interment in care of Jensan Malone funeral Home Bonners ferry Idaho. Friends May Call at Swan Law funeral Home noon to 6 . Sunday. Swan Law Engle Lucille m. Engle 27 9 n. Union blvd., passed away thursday at a local nursing Home. Graveside service infer ment of ashes 3 . Monday Evergreen cemetery. Gile a Rev. Merritt j. Gile lit w. Van Buren St., services i . Monday Swan Law Cascade Chapel Rev. Robert Fraser officiating. Interment Spring Valley cemetery Larkspur. Swan Law Grant a or. Hobart h. Grant 1029 n. Custer St., services 2 . Monday in Paonia Colo. Masonic officiant. Interment Cedar Hill cemetery. Viewing hours 8 . To 9 . Saturday Swan Law funeral homa. Swan Law Hunter a Marian Hunter passed away thursday at a local nursing Home. Graveside services i . Monday Evergreen cemetery Rev. William pounds officiating. Swan Law Medina a or. Cory Madina 519 s. Institute St., Rosary 7 . Sunday Swan Law Cascade Chapel. Mass of Christian burial 2 . Monday our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Interment Evergreen cemetery. Swan Law births memorial Hospital House a or. And mrs. Jamas House Colorado Springs a girl 7 pounds and 3vi ounces March 6. Buano a or. And mrs. Frank Bueno Colorado Springs a boy i pounds and 9va ounces March 6. Miller a or. And mrs. Wayne Miller Colorado Springs a boy 7 pounds and 5 ounces March 6. Barros a or. And mrs. Anthony Barres Colorado Springs a Girt s pounds and 15 i nun Cee March 6. Gonzales a or. And mrs. Mark Gonzales Colorado Springs a boy 7 pounds and Alk ounces March 7. Eisenhower Hospital Gilpin a or and mrs. Matthew Gilpin Colorado Springs a boy 4 pounds and a ounces March a. Do air Force Academy Hospital Toole a capt. And mrs. Joseph Toole United states air Force Academy a girl a pounds and 12 ounces March 6. Marriage applications Scott e. Cardon 36, 4135 so House Trail and Janet l. Moore 25, 4135 so House Trail March 6. Ronald . Loughlin jr., 18, 6680 Nokomis Circle and Michelle d. Lance 16, 6680 Nokomis Circle March 6. Monroe a. Wallace jr., 33, 410 e. Yampa St. And Lynn d. Brensing 27, 310 n. Murray blvd., March 6. Brian Thorp 22, 1502 Cheyenne blvd. And Susan v. Lynn 20, 1502 Cheyenne blvd., March 7. Ben Payami 34, 2651 Hearth Wood Lane and Melinda s. Tope 30, 2613 Alteza Lane March 7. Kenneth j. Raatz 19, pleasant Hill Calif. And Cynithia k. Beaver 17, 3560 Allgood dr., March 7. . Frazier 22, Fountain and Velma r. Hutchinson 22, Fountain March 7. Alfred l. Starr 32, 128 n. Chestnut and Rochelle b. Simmons 22, 5102 e. Galley Road March 7. Andrew a Baker 22, upper Derby a. And Cornelia Metz is 6238 Hofheims am Taurus Germany March 7. Robert a. Zeb 44, 2624 Beacon and Rosa t. Mauser 38, 2424 Beaver March 7. Jim d. Cox 48, 52 Polo or. And Joan g. Green 39, 4004 Brady place March 7. Divorce decrees Charles w. Ale Petitioner and Sherry l. Ala feb. 28. Richard l. Prince Petitioner end Deanna e. Prince fab. 29. James a. Parker Petitioner and Peggy a. Parker fab. 28. Deborah a. Simms Petitioner and Frank Sam is March 3, Shirley a. Rue Ming Petitioner and Robert w. Duetting fab. 29. Harvey l. Spurgeon jr., Petitioner and Polly j. Spurgeon fab. 20. Ruby . Hastings Petitioner and Rynca t. Hastings co Petitioner March 5. Carrie l. Lundguist Allen Petitioner and David e. Allen March s. Chong m. Hughes Petitioner and Clyde e. Hughes March 4. Rebecca j. Tucker Petitioner and Charles Tucker March 5. Marilyn d. Brown Petitioner and Gary e. Brown March 5. Shirley a. Estes Petitioner and Timmie w. Estes March s. Linda k. Hoyer Petitioner and James l. Hoyer March s. Uschi Richardson Petitioner and Steven Richardson March 4. Melinee j. Freeman Petitioner and Charles Freeman March s. Janet Clouse Petitioner and Steven e. Clouse March s. James m. Stansberry Petitioner and Judith e. Stansberry co Petitioner March 5. Quot a a a a k or Quot Quot a a Raymond a. Petrie Petitioner and Giad is l. Long Petrie feb. 28. Carmen Guerrero Petitioner and Frank j. Guerrero March 4. Robert j. Carlin la Petitioner and Bonita e. Carlin co Petitioner March 3. Linda Macadams Petitioner and Gene e. Macadams co Petitioner March 4. Lynn a. Wright Petitioner and Thomas s. Wright jr., March 4. Wanda j. Mckenzie Petitioner and Frederick j. Senott co Petitioner March Sara l. Reading Petitioner and James h. Reading March 6. Christopher Daly Petitioner and Susan v. Daly co Petitioner March 5. Janet l. Moore Petitioner and Gary s. Moore March 6. Rochelle b. Miller Petitioner and Wesley e. Miller March 4. Crested m. Long Petitioner and Marshall a Long March 6. Christine sportsman Petitioner and Donald f. Sportsman March 6. Lee g. Deblois Petitioner and Michael a. Deblois March 5. Divorce filings Kathleen k. Brown Petitioner and Gary p. Brown co Petitioner March 5. Louise Madrid Petitioner and Frank p. Madrid March 5. Martin Petitioner and Steven Martin March 4. Mary k Anglesey Petitioner and Larry . Anglesey March 6. A a of slk0t# Petitioner and Carol j. Sakote co Petitioner March 4. Ass a Jess som tto Quot k n"1 Vej my a wimp re a Lou r ass Lett pm Quot or Quot a a Quot Quot .l�c�i.k,?h,r it of it a a .ls�.,&ss a Quot Quot. Jsse Tomt smelt Quot Quot my a yes Nurett old. , a i time a a a Quot a inc Quot my Quot Quot a Quot up. Ppm s sons is pm a of a j. J and Michael a Tkv lilo a March 7 Amaru of four Petsu Quot a a a Snow packed at Vail pass Fremont pass Tennessee pass Pagosa Springs and la Veta pass. For updated information Call the state patrol at 632-0349. Nation forecast Snow showers will extend Over Northern new England and from Michigan across Southern and Eastern Wisconsin. Rain will reach from the lower great lakes across Southern new England the Ohio Valley the Central Mississippi Valley the Tennessee Valley the appalachians the Interior portion of the Eastern Gulf coast states and the Atlantic coast states through Central Florida. Temperatures 57 42 76 52 65 43 60 35 64 53 forecast from staff and wire reports Clear to partly Cloudy skies and a High temperature Between 45 and 50 degrees Are expected in Colorado Springs today and sunday the National weather service said. Snow which has continued to fall in the states Mountain areas the past three Days is expected to decrease today. However gusting winds will continue in the High country. Scattered Snow showers Are expected to return to the Eastern Plains by monday the weather service said in its extended forecast. The average High for Colorado Springs on this Date is 45 and the average Low is 21. The record High of 70 degrees was set in 1955 and the record Low of Zero was set in 1964 elsewhere in the nation there was Snow in the upper Midwest and new England on Friday with rain elsewhere. Showers and thunderstorms extended from the Central Gulf coast through the Southern Mississippi Valley into the Tennessee Valley. The showers changed to freezing rain and Snow in the Western portions of the Ohio Valley. Temperatures remained unseasonably cold in the upper Midwest but warm in the South. Temperatures at 2 p. In. Est ranged from la at Minot to 84 at Brownsville and Mcallen. Texas. The forecast for saturday called for Snow showers extending Over new England As Well As from Michigan across Southern and Eastern Wisconsin changing to rain from the lower great lakes across Southern new England the Ohio Valley the Central Mississippi Valley the Tennessee Valley the appalachians the Interior of the Eastern Gulf states and the Atlantic coast through Florida. Warmer temperatures were predicted Over the Central Atlantic coastal states much colder from Northern Texas across Oklahoma and Missouri into the southwestern Ohio Valley and Little change in temperature elsewhere. Here is Friday afternoon weather in selected cities As supplied by the National weather service a East Atlanta 61 Cloudy. Boston 50 Cloudy Buffalo 34 hazy Caribou 29 hazy Charleston . 73 Cloudy. Cincinnati 47 Cloudy Cleveland 37 hazy Detroit 32 Snow. Indianapolis 38 rain Knoxville 58 Cloudy Miami 76 Windy Nashville 57 showers new York 43 Cloudy Philadelphia 46 hazy Pittsburgh 47 Cloudy Richmond 67 Cloudy Washington 61 Cloudy. A Central Bismarck 16 fair Chicago 33 hazy Denver 27 fog Des Moines 30 Cloudy fort we Orth 77 partly Cloudy Kansas City 34 hazy Minneapolis St. Paul 19 hazy new Orleans 73 hazy St. Louis 48 hazy. A West los Angeles 58 fair Phoenix 59 fair Salt Lake City 45 Cloudy. San Diego 60 partly Cloudy. Dogsled nearing half Way Anchorage Alaska a Joe May gained on 1980 id Tarod sled dog race Leader Herbie Nayokpuk on Friday As they neared cripple Landing the Halfway Point of the race to Nome. Nayokpuk of Shishmaref had a Lead of almost five hours when he left Mcgrath on thursday but May a trapper Creek resident Cut that advantage to two hours and 51 minutes by the time they reached the Trai from Ophir to cripple Landing. Awaiting the mushers at cripple Landing 572 Miles from Anchorage and 632 Miles from Nome Over the old id Tarod Trail was $1,500 in Silver ingots for the first racer at the Halfway Point. Nayokpuk is making his fourth run in this eighth id Tarod. He finished fifth in 1973, third in 1974 and fourth in 1975, the last time he completed the race. Also on the Trail Between Ophir and cripple Landing were Ernie Baumgartner of Talkeetna and Terry Adkins of Cheyenne Wyo. On the Trail Between Mcgrath and Ophir were Rick Swenson of Eureka Roger Nordlum of Kotzebue and Sonny Lindner of Johnson River. The remaining 58 mushers were stretched behind along the Trail. The girl told Elpaso Bounty sheriffs deputies she was hitchhiking in Manitou Springs and was picked up by a Man who drove her to an unknown location on Gold Camp Road and assaulted her. The Man then drove her to an area near the Midland expressway on the West Side of Colorado Springs and released her she said. Investigators said the Man apparently was not armed. I v

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