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A6 SATURDAY, NOV. 8,1997 VITAL STATISTICS KOKOMO TRIBUNE HOOSIER HEARTLAND FIVE-DAY FORECAST Today Cloudy to partly sunny. Sunday | Monday Milder with sunshine! followed by clouds. Cloudy and colder with showers. High 53, Low 37 1 High 57, Low 37 I High 46, Low 32 Tuesday Windy and cold with clouds and sun. High 42, Low 30 Wednesday Partly sunny and cold. High 44, Low 28 REGIONAL FORECAST Clouds and intervals of sun today. Highs 51-55. Tonight will be mostly clear and chilly. Lows 35-39. Tomorrow, partly sunny and nice. Highs 5559. •. TMnpmturmi an nigh* tnd tonight* lows. , , • South Bend \~ 53/37 Fort Wayne J 52/37 Lafayette • Kokomo • 53/37 54/36 Indianapolis 54/38 , Terre Haute • 57/37 Bloomington • 56/38 Cincinnati 52/37 SUN & MOON Sunrise: 7:22 a.m. ,j:'"' Jll «j '>,*•?»" Sunset: 5:33 p.m. Full Last New First O € Nov14 Nov21 Moonrlse: 2:07 p.m. Nov 29 Dec 7 Moonset: 12:15 a.m. = /Louisville **& 55/39 Lexington 51/38 LAKE LEVELS Readings taken through 7 a.m. yesterday. Mississinewa: Current level 732.14 ft. Tailwater level 1.43ft. Rate of release Wildcat Creek at Kokomo: Stage yesterday N.A. 24-hour change N.A. Flood stage 10ft. HEARTLAND STATISTICS Readings are for the 24 hour period ending 4 p.m. yesterday. Temperatures: High yesterday 50 Low yesterday 39 Normal high 54 Normal Low 34 Record high 72 in 1949 Record low 10 in 1991 Preclpitatlon(inches): Yesterday 0.00" Month to date 0.32" Year to date 30.48" Normal year to date 31.11" Snowfall(inches): Snowfall yesterday 0.0" Snowfall season to date 0.0" HEATING DEGREE DAYS Yesterday 20 Month to date 155 Normal month to date 139 Index of fuel consumption indicating how many degrees the mean temperature dropped below 65 degrees for the day. WIND CHILL a Yesterday's readings: |9 a.m 29 I noon 34 f3p.m 36 WEATHER HISTORY New Orleans averages almost 60 inches of rain annually. In just two days ending Nov. 8,1989, the city had 13.39 inches, or 22 percent of their normal yearly total. Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Forecast high/low temperatures are given for selected cities. Miami 76/56 Stationary Front City Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Auslin Baltimore Baton Rouge Billings Birmingham Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington Casper Charleston, SC Charleston, WV Charlotte Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia, SC Columbus, OH Dallas Dayton Vest. HI LoW 67 38s 37 29 c 51 45 sh 53 50 r 63 43 pc 52 48 r 5548C 63 36s 52 46 c 55 48 r 52 48 c 72 58 pc 46 38 sh 52 33s 66 35s 59 51 sh 49 33 c 57 45 c 66 32s 47 45 c 51 41 c 48 42 r 58 47 c 48 37 sh 61 35s 48 30 c TRAVELERS REPORT Today HI LoW 66 37s 42 34 c 55 40 c 58 48sh 74 58 pc 54 46 sh 67 42s 33 19 sn 59 35 pc 52 35 c 52 51 r 74 62 sh 48 41 sh 48 43 r 42 21 C 64 43 pc 47 43 r 54 42 sh 48 23 pc 56 38 pc 52 37 c 48 40 sh 60 41 C 48 39 sh 74 54s 50 38 sh Sun. HI LoW 60 30 pc 42 32 sh 63 42s 52 36 sh 75 53 pc 54 37 sh 71 52s 37 14 pc 65 43s 52 31s 54 42 sh 80 65 c 48 37 sh 50 38 r 30 14 sn 67 42s 56 36 c 64 39s 31 16 sf 52 34 c 57 36 pc 51 36 c 67 38s 54 36 c 70 46 pc 55 35 c City Denver Des Molnes Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Great Falls Greensboro Hartford Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, MS Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Knoxvllla Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Madison Memphis Miami Vest. HI LoW 69 36s 45 39 c 52 42 pc 40 34 c 30 11 pc 42 31 pc 57 23s 45 37 c 49 35 c 54 450 53 40 c 80 71 c 63 38s 48 42 c 52 47 c 62 54 sh 56 30 c 46 40 c 50 46 sh 82 49s 56 45 c 74 51 pc 53 44 C 46 38 c 52 34 c 82 66 pc Today HI LoW 58 28 pc 56 40 pc 50 40 c 43 26c 32 24 c 39 24 sh 56 25s 54 35c 32 17 sn 50 38 sh 52 50 r 85 71 pc 72 54s 54 38c 63 37 pc 66 41 pc 44 36 pc 61 38 pc 51 39 sh 72 48s 62 42 pc 72 56s 55 39 c 53 32 pc 60 42 pc 76 56s Sun. HI LoW 36 18 sf 47 23 c 52 34 c 32 13c 41 20! 30 8 c 50 23 pc 52 32 pc 36 14s 63 36 pc 54 39 sh 86 74 c 74 57 pc 57 35 pc 70 47s 72 42s 46 36 sh 52 26 c 60 39 pc 71 45s 66 46 pc 76 58 pc 60 40 pc 50 25 c 66 46 pc 79 59s City Milwaukee Minneapolis Nashville New Orleans New York' Norfolk Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, ME Portland. OR Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Tampa Tucson Washington Vest. HI LoW 47 41 pc 45 38 c •51 45 sh 56 51 c 57 50 c 63 52 r 57 31 s 44 39 c 74 58 pc 54 47 c 85 56s 44 41 r 49 36 pc 58 49 sh 53 44 c 50 47 r 70 27s 63 33s 48 42 c 61 42 pc 73 62 pc 68 54 pc 52 47 r 71 62 pc 84 53s 51 46 r Today HI LoW 52 39 pc 48 32 c 57 380 66 42s ' 54 48 Sh 56 47 c 65 48s 61 39 pc 68 48s 56 48sh 80 55s 46 40 r 48 47 r 56 40 pc 53 52 r 54 41 sh 40 22 c 56 25s 58 43 pc 53 36 c 70 55 pc 65 50s 50 40 pc 70 49s 78 48s 54 46r WORLD REPORT City Amsterdam Athens Bangkok Beijing Berlin Bonn Brussels Buenos Aires Vest. HI LoW 52 44 r 70 61 pc 87 70 c 55 40 pc 62 45 pc 52 41 c 50 44 r 82 64 pc Today HI LoW 51 46 c 73 61o 88 71 pc 54 46sh 54 42 sh 49 43 sh 49 45 sh 61 601 Sun. HI LoW 47 42 r 72 57 pc 87 71 C 53 46 r 53 440 48 40 Sh 48 42 r 77 59 pc City Cairo Calgary Casablanca Copenhagen Damascus Geneva Hong Kong London Vest. HI LoW 75 55s 36 30 sn 66 55 pc 54 44 r 66 50 sh 53 40 c 72 64 s 53 50 r Today HI LoW 78 56s 37 8 s 67 54 c 52 45 c 67 46 c 48 42 sh 72 65 pc 54 47 r Sun. HI LoW 77 58s 28 3s 69 55 pc 49 43 c 69 50 pc 47 38 r 73 65 c 53 44 pc City Madrid Nairobi Paris Rome Seoul Sydney Tokyo Warsaw Vest. HI LoW 52 41 r 79 60 C 50 42 c 69 57 r 59 38 pc 79 61 pc 62 50s 62 53 sh Today HI LoW 55 48 sh 76 63 sh 48 40 sh 64 51 r 61 38s 71 58 c 60 47s 61 46 sh Sun. HI LoW 51 31 c 38 17c 62 43 pc 71 53s 54 42 sh 61 42 pc 61 340 44 22 c 74 49s 54 40 sh 80 52s 50 36 c 53 39 sh 63 42s 57 41 sh 61 37 pc 26 110 60 32s 59 38 pc 47 29 pc 68 55 pc 65 50 pc 58 41 s 74 49s 76 45s 54 40 pc Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, l-ice. Sun. HI LoW 55 440 79 59 sh 46 39 r 63 500 62 38s 71 60 DC 60 49s 53 46 pc OBITUARIES Robert Hey Robert P. Hey, 66, 801 Marsha Drive, died at 3:28 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, 1997, at Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center. On June 14, 1931, in Indianapolis, he was born to Valentine and Louise (Miller) Hey. He married Joan Hunter Hey May 6, 1987; she survives. Hey retired from the U.S. Air Force Reserves. He served in the U.S. Air Force Active Duty for four years and was chief master Sargent, serving in Vietnam. He served in the civil service for 27 years. His affiliations include Community Bible Ministries, National Rifle Association, American Legion, Kokomo Shrine Club as past president in 1990 and a nine-year board member, lifetime member of Kokomo Shrine Club Mini T's as president in 1987 and 1996, Kokomo Shrine Club Hillbillies and as chief radan in 1991, 1992 and 1993, Peru-Miami Masonic Lodge F&AM No. 97, Great Lakes Association Shrine Motor Corps., Murat Temple, Murat Motor Car as president in 1995 and current secretary and man of the year, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Fort Wayne, Murat Press Corp. as president in 1996, Royal Order of Jesters Court 15 of Indianapolis, Kachina Klub Motor Car, IBN Saud Grotto, 19th Bombardment Association, Honorary deputy for Marion County, Howard County Parade chairman for Haynes Apperson Festival in 1994 and 1995, paper chairman for Murat Temple. Also surviving are a son, Richard W. Hey, Indianapolis; a stepson, Mauri Hunter, Zion, 111.; two broth- ers, Maurice Hey, Indianapolis, and Wayne Hey, Titusville, Fla.; a granddaughter, Chissy Hey; and eight stepgrandchildren, Brandy, Sasha, Mager, Dagmar, Cheyene, Nic, Blake and Chris Hunter. Also preceding him in death was a stepson, Douglas Hunter, and four brothers and two sisters. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Hoffman-Murray Funeral Home, 414 W. Jefferson St. The Rev. Randy Wright will officiate. Burial will be in Albright Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home with Masonic services at 8 p.m. Charles Puterbaugh Charles Puterbaugh, 89, 1005 S. Indiana St., died at 6:53 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, 1997, at Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center. He was born May 30,1908, in Kokomo, the son of Charles C. and Etta (Jessup) Puterbaugh. On May 30, 1928, he married Ruth I. Albright in Kokomo. She survives. He had been employed in newspaper circulation work, first representing The Indianapolis News and later as a district manager for The Indianapolis Star. The last 15 years of his career he spent working with the Howard County Health Department, as a sanitarian, retiring in 1970. He was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Surviving are one son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Mary Puterbaugh of Gaston; four grandchildren; Joseph Puterbaugh and his wife, Cathie, of Port Charlotte, Fla., Bill Puterbaugh and his wife, Kris, of Yorktown, Jannette Morgan and Puterbaugh her husband, Pat, of Cape Coral, Fla., and Mark Puterbaugh of Gaston; five great-grandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren. One brother, Harold Puterbaugh, preceded him in death. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Fenn & Shirley Mortuary, Colonial Chapel, 1315 W. Lincoln Road, with the Rev. Verl Winslow officiating. Burial will follow in Albright Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to The Trinity United Methodist Church, 1701 S. Locke St., 46902. Victor Reese Victor F. Reese, 41, 334 W. Vine St., Sharpsville, died at 7:42 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, 1997, at Howard Community Hospital. He was born July 7, 1956, in Brem- merton, Wash. He was married in Tipton June 26,1976, to Milinda K. Rood, who survives. He was a graduate of Tri-Central High School. He served in the U.S. Army from 1976 through 1977. He had been employed as a roller at Haynes International since June 1979. Also surviving are one son, Bryan D. Reese, at home; his father and stepmother, Lloyd F. and Ce Ce Reese of Lacy, Wash.; three sisters, Mary, Jennie, and Nora; a half-sister; and a paternal grandmother. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Fenn & Shirley Mortuary, Colonial Chapel, 1315 W. Lincoln Road, with Pastor Ray Squibb officiating. Burial will follow in Sharpsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. Tim Thomas INDIANAPOLIS — Tim N. Thomas, 45, Indianapolis, died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 1997 at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born May 30, 1952, in Noblesville to Mark Thomas, Arcadia, and Lora (Simmermon) Watson, Westminster, Calif.; both his parents survive. He was a graduate of Hamilton Heights High School. He was a heavy equipment operator at Milestone Engineering, Indianapolis. He was a member of I.U.O.E. Local 841 for 25 years.. Also surviving are a son, Pete Thomas, Noblesville; a daughter, Brooke Thomas, Cicero; a brother, Bill Thomas, Arcadia; a sister, Lou Ann McMahan, Kokomo; and a grandmother, Opal Simmermon, Arcadia. Services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Hartley Funeral Homes, Arcadia Chapel. The Rev. Lee Mangold will officiate. Burial will be in Arcadia Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Arcadia Baseball/Softball Association, c/o Hartley Funeral Homes, Post Office Box, 476, Arcadia, Ind., 46030. Rorence 'Peggy' Collins MARION, Ind. — Florence "Peggy" Hurley Collins, 82, Irish Acres Ranch, Evening Shade, Ark., formerly of Marion, died at 10:56 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, 1997, at Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center. She was born Feb. 2,1915, in Santa Fe, Ind., to Ode Hurley. She married Walter Collins; he survives. Collins retired in 1965 as a school teacher. She taught at Northgrove School, Northgrove, and Washington Elementary School, Marion. She was a member of Marion Moose Lodge and the Indiana Teachers Retirement Association. She was an avid fisherman. She received her bachelor's degree from Marion College and master's degree from Ball State University. Also surviving are a son, Ronald Collins, Marion; three daughters and one son-in-law, Patricia and Carl Deeter, Sondra Robb, and Rebecca Johnson, all of Marion; a brother, Marion Hurley, Amboy; and 10 grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Owen-Weilert-Duncan Funeral Home, 2722 S. Washington St. The Rev. Garland Morrison will officiate. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Gas City. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Nettie Etchason Nettie P. Etchason, 92, Tipton, formerly of Kokomo, died at 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, 1997, at Howard Community Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Ellers Mortuary Webster Street Chapel. FUNERALS Couch, Mary, services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church. Glass, Homer, services will be 11:30 a.m. today at G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home. Johnston, Exie, services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Fenn & Shirley Mortuary, Colonial Chapel. Kinney, Joseph, a Mass of Christian Burial will be noon today at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Obituary information American flags like the one shown here that appear with some obituaries in the Kokomo Tribune signify that the deceased was a military service veteran. The Tribune charges funeral homes for obituaries and arrangements pending. The charges are $80 for an obituary with a head- and-shoulders picture, $75.for an obituary without a picture and $15 for arrangements pending. . There is no charge for obituaries of trustee-paid funerals, death notices and funerals. All obituaries and death notices must include: name; age; address of deceased; and time, day, date and location of death. Each weekday, a list of people for whom obituaries appear in a particular day's Kokomo bune is placed The Kokomo Tribune Online Discussion List, hosted by ticular * I on ^^ A AMERICA ONLINE To subscribe, send an electronic mail message to LISTSERV@LIST- SERV.AOL.COM and put nothing in the subject line (unless at least a letter, number or symbol is required by your mail program or online service). In the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE KTONLINE-L (followed by your real first and last names). HOSPITALS Births Howard Community Hospital Klngseed, Rex and Barbara (Hooker), 237 E. Vine St., Sharpsville, a girl, Kelli Lynn, 6 pounds, 13 ounces at 10:31 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30,1997. Saint Joseph Hospital ft Health Center Cunningham, Roy and Kathi (Pressey), 1910 Windsor Drive, a boy, Tommy Dean, 8 pounds at 3:01 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4,1997. Dismissals Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center Bays, Henry, 603 S. 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