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Lumberman F.K. Weyerhaeuser dies Frederick K. Weyerhaeuser, 83, former president and chairman of the Weyerhaeuser Co., died unexpectedly Saturday morning at his St. Paul home, 294 Summit Av. Weyerhaeuser, the first grandson of the founder of the Weyerhaeuser lumber empire, spent nearly his entire life in the lumber industry. While a student at Yale University he worked during bis summer vacations in sawmills and woods operations. He graduated from Yale in 1917 and enlisted as a private in the Signal Corps. During World War I he served as a bomber pilot on the Italian front. In 1924 Weyerhaeuser became manager of the Minneapolis office of the Weyerhaeuser Sales Co., which marketed the sawmill production of nine western and Minnesota lumber companies. He became president of the company in 1929. In 1959 the sales company was merged into the Weyerhaeuser Co. Weyerhaeuser also served as president of General Timber Service, Inc., and Allied Building Credits, Inc. He had been director and officer of Potlatch Forests, Inc., in Idaho and The Northwest Paper Co. of Cloquet, Minn. He was elected a director of the Weyerhaeuser Co. in 1946 and later served as treasurer and vice president. In 1955 he became chairman of the board and, when his brother ADDITIONAL OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS 3 OWuiriM tnc fulfill Almquist Rev George D , age 43 of U-lina, KS, on Seal. 14 to Wilchi-ta, KS United Methods! Church Area Supl. ol Parish Development Husband of Mavis V.; father ot David t Jane Marie, an ol Salina; son of Mrs. & Mrs. Theodore Almquist of Cromwell, MN; brother of Rev. Earl Aim-ouist-Slewarlville, MN, Rev. Robert Almquist-SI. Paul, Rev. Daniel Almouist-Wvo-ming, MN; Mrs. Gordon (Elizabeth) Neolev, Princeton, MN. Memorial service 2 PM Wed at West Bethel United Methodist Church, Hwv. 65 & Civ. Rd 74, Bethel, MN Fam-ilv interment service 1030 AY Wed af Fridsborg Cemetery, Bethel. For further information, please call Malison Funeral Home, 464-355. Bruce Howard I, age 13, of 3450 Heritage Dr. Survived by brother Arthur E. Bruce, Sr., i nephew Arthur E. Bruce, Jr., both ot Orange, CA; nieces, Mrs. Gladys M. McC-ormick I Mrs. Evelvn G. An-oerson, both of Mpls Member ol Plumbers Local il5, Lake Harriet Masonic Lodge i277, 4 The Old Guard. Services Mon. II AM from the Thomson Brothers Funeral Home, 26th i Park. Visitation 1 nr. prior to service. Interment Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials preferred to the Diabeiic Association or American Heart Fund Burnes John D. (Jack), age 14 of 5008 Vincent Ave S. Survived by wife Ann; daughter Mrs. Robert (Bitty) Rainev Of Bloorn-ington; son Bruce of Wavzala; 5 grandchildren; 4 greatgrandchildren, nieces & neph -ews. Member of Lake Harriet Baptist Church, A.W.P.A. 4 Joe Smith ALP. Service Tues I PM, The Albin Chapel, Paul, Ralph, & Jack Albinson, Directors, 2200 Nicollet. Visitation Mon 7-9 PM. Carlquist Gordon D, age 60, of 6tt 113m Av. NW, Coon Rapids. Survived by wife Phyllis; daughters, Christy Carlquist ol Coon Rapids, Mrs. Robert (Connie) Dahlin of St. Michael; 3 granddaughters, Lor-rie, Pennie, & Bobbie; sister Shirley Ginnow ot Mpls.; brothers, Curtis Selvig of Wl, Donald Carlquist of Rhode Island, t Howard Carlquisl Funeral service Tues. I PM al The Gearhart Funeral Chapel, 242 Norlhdale Blvd., Coon Rapids. Visitation 7-9 PM Mon. Interment National Cemetery. Attn: Gas Workers Local '340 Dahlheimer Werner J., age N. of Rogers, MN. Survived by wife Emily E , 3 sons, George ol Rogers, Harvey of Alexandria, Howard of Golden Valley; 4 daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Lucille) Gmach of Rogers, Mrs. C Ray ILilvan) Hughes of St. Cloud, Mrs. Odell (Dorothy) Schulti ol St. Louis Park, Mrs. Marvin (Martene) Remking of Mpls; 2 brothers, Leo ol Anoka, Walter ol Mpls; 1 sister, Mrs. Emma Dahlheimer of Rogers; 30 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren. Mass of the Christian Burial Mon 1030 AM al SI Martin's Catholic Church, Rogers. Interment St. Martin's Cemetery. Visitation slarling 4PM Sun al the Evans-Nord-by Funeral Home, 1st Ave. E. t 2nd SI. in Osseo. Prayer service Sun 8 PM. Decowski Nancy, of 3438 2' i SI. NE. Survived by husband Francis M , Jr ; daughters, Christine Marie, & Denise Ann; grandson David M.; parents, Alvena Robert Law; sisters, Mrs. James (Patricia) Williams of Mpls., Mrs. Larry (Shirley) Niederhoter of Wausau, Wl; maternal grandmother Goldie Henderson of LaCygne, KS; nieces & nephews. Funeral from the Koilok University Funeral Chapei, 1918 University Ay. NE, Tues. at 9:30 AM. Mass of Christian Burial in me Church of SI. Cyril at 10 AM Interment Gelhsemane Cemetery. Vigil prayer service Mon at 7:30 PM Visitation after 4 PM Mon. Family prefers memorials be directed to donor's choice Kozlak University Chapel 789-8849 Doering Herbert F, age 42, of Riute2, Delano Survived by wite Judith; 2 sons, Daryl & William, mother Mrs. Adelia Doering of Mpls.; maternal grandoar-enls, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Wolff ol Mpls.; palernal grandmoin-er Mrs. Marlin Doering of Battle Lake; 2 brothers, Rob-erl 8, Arden of Mpls.; 3 sisters, Mrs. Richard (Carlene) Tompkins, Mrs. James (Kathleen) Grali of Mpls., Mrs. Marvin (Sandra) Jep-pesen of Shelby, MT. Visitation 2 hrs prior fo services al the Church. Funeral services Tues II AM at Our Father's Lutheran Church, Rocklord. Inlerment National Cemeiery. Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers. Arrangements Hem Funeral Home, Delano. Erickson Minnie I. age 87, Red Wing, MN Survived by daughler Mrs. Bernard Johnson, Red Wing, I grandson; 2 sisters, Mrs. Waller Ramage I Myrtle Anderson, both of Mpls. Funeral Mon. 1O.30 AM, Firsl Lutheran, Red Wing. Inlerment Acacia Park. Visitation l'i hrs previous to service al Church. Arrangements Bodel-son Funeral Home, Red Wing. Franck Elrov, age 57, of Norwood, MN. Survived by wife Elean-ora, son David of Norwood; daughler Sheila Franck of Mpls.; mother Frieda Franck of Norwood, 5 brothers, 5 sisters Mass of Christian Burial Mon al 10:30 AM from St. Bsrnard's Catholic Church, Cologne. Visitation Sun alter 9 AM at the Paul Funeral Home, Norwood, MN. Interment SI. Bernard's Church Cemeiery. 5 Obituaries md Funenh Farr Kenneth Justin, age 76, of 3030 32nd Ave. S , Saturday, Sept. 16. Beloved husband of Ella C. Survived by 2 brothers, Lowell K. ol Robbinsdale i Vernon E. of Whealridge, CO; 4 sisters, Mrs. Joe (Vayda) Hutton of Hopkins, Mrs. Roy (Flora) Watlin of Shevling, MN, Mrs. Alex (Madrienne) Miller ot McGregor, MN & Mrs. Richard (Marlorie) Alf-vebv of Sf. Paul; nieces & nephews. Services Tues. 1 PM al SI Peders Lutheran Church, 4600 E 42nd SI. Inter-menl Hillside Cemeiery. Visitation Monday 7-9 PM al Mc-Divitl Hauge (Minnehaha Chapel), M'haha Ave. at 32nd St., and 1 hr. before the Service at Church. Gadney George W., ags 70, forme'ly of Hastings, MN. Survived by brothers, Clarence of Se-minde, FL, Carl of Mankato, & Milton of Alexandria, 6 nieces; 2 nephews. Member of DAV. Funeral service Mon. 11 AM, Werness Brothers Chapel, 3700 Nicollet Av. Inlerment Lakewood Cemeiery. Friends may call Sun. 4-7 PM Gunderson May, age 55, of 7125 James Ave S, Richfield. Notice of service Mon., Morris Nilsen Chapel, 869-3226 Harasyn John, age 88, formerly ot 1038-20th Av. SE. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Olexer (Mary) Horbul & Mrs. Peter lOlga) Krochalk, son Benn, all ot Mpls.; brother Waller of Canada; 14 grandchildren; 17 greal-grandchUdren. Funeral from the Koilak University Funeral Chapel, 1918 University Av. NE .Mon. al 940 AM. Funeral service in SI. Michael's Ukranian Oilhodox Church al 10 AM. Inlerment Sunset Memorial Park. Vigil Service (Panachyda) Sun 7 PM. Visitation after 4 PM Sun Koilak University Chapel 789-8869 Helfrey Edward C, age 29, ol 3645 Roosevelt NE, St. Anthony Village. Survived bv wile Barbara; daughler Michelle; mother Helen Helfrey; 2 brothers, Danisl, Mpls. I Raymond, San Jose, CA; father & mother-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Blenias; nieces & nephews. Funeral services Mon. 9:30 AM Irom the Kapa-la-Glodek, Bench Chapel, 13th Av. & 3rd SI NE. Mass ol Christian Burial 10 AM in the Church ol Our Lady of Lourdes. Interment Hillside Cemeiery. Parish Vigil Sun. 8 PM. Employee ol Knulson Const. Co. Visitation Sun. after 4 PM. Hess Molly, age 84, of the Oak Ridge Care Center. Survived by sons, Claxlon Hess ol Pon-tiac, Ml, Robert T. Hess of Old Fori, NC, Delberl "Pels" Hess ol New Hope; daughters, Mrs. Ralpha Selh, Mrs. Marx (June) Daneiius, both ol Mpls.. Mrs. Irving (Audrey) Zeitz ol Quaker Hill, CT; 24 grandchildren; 15 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Anna Taylor ol Madison, Wl 8, Mrs. Mary Parkhill ol Mpls. Graveside services Mon. II AM al Pleasanlview Memorial Gardens, Burnsville (Hwv 13 East of 35W South). Arrangements bv David - Lee Funeral Home, Wavzala. 473-5577 Hundlo Olaf M., age 70, ol 3010 Sum-ler Ave. N. Survived by wile, Lorraine; daughlers, Mrs. Bruce (Dolores) Mullen & Mrs. Sieve (Beverly) Ruben-stein, grandsons, Mark, David, Jimmy & Andy; brothers, Einar & Sigmund Hundlo, sister Mrs. Dagny Lillemark; nieces & nephews. Services 11 AM Tues. al Caivary Lutheran Church ol Golden Valley, 7520 Golden Valley Rd. Inlerment al Oakwood Cemeiery in Auslin, MN Friends may call at the Washburn Mc-Reavv-Swanson Chapel, Lowry L Irving Ave. N. alter 4 PM Mon. & at the church 1 hr. previous to service. Memorials are prelerred to lh Calvary Lutheran Senior Citizen Building Fund. Johnson Joesph R , age 77, ol 5145 Abercrombie, Edina. Survived by wile Myrtle; daughler Joanne Hancock ol Lawrence, KS; sons 8. daughler-in-laws, Boyd i Helen Cullen of SI. Paul, Ralph 8, Nancy Cullen ol Excelsior; II grandchildren, sister Mrs. James H. (Dahlia) Garrison of Cincinnati, Ohio 8, Edina; several nieces & nephews. Services will be Mon 1:30 PM at Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel. W. 50th I Beard Ave. S. Friends may call at the Chapel Sun 5-8 PM. Inlerment Sundselh Memorial Cemeiery. II so desired, memorials may be given lo Elim Baptist Church Building Fund. Johnson Camilla M , of 4614 Chicago Ave. Survived by husband Melvin; son Elmer Pelerson; 2 granddaughters; 3 greatgrandchildren, brothers, Del-ma & Otto Olm, sislers, Vivian CHin, Mrs. Robert (Gerakjine) Hevden, Mrs. Rena Andler. Funeral services McDivitt-Hauge Leiand Chapel, Chicago at 3?lh St, Mon. 2 PM. Visitation Sun. 2-4 PM & 1 hour previous lo service. Kothrade Lois M , age 41, of Baudetle, MN, Sept 14. Survived by husband Charles; children, Paula, Nancy 1 Tom, ell of Baudelle. MN, parents, Edwin (, Georgia Bunch, Loretto, MN. Services will be held Mon, Sept. 18, 19)8, at 2 PM Irom Ihe St John's Lutheran Church in Maple Grove, MN. Inlerment in the Greenfield Cemeiery al Burshville, MN. 3 Obituaries md Funerat Kovacs Andrew J, Sr., of 5805 Xerxes Ave. S. Survived by son Andrew of Richfield; daughters, Eileen of Mpls, & Mrs. Harold (Marcella) Kitchen of Nisswa, MN; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday al Assumption Church, 305 E. 77m St. Inlerment Resurrection Cemeiery. Visitation 7-9 Monday at The Gill Brothers Southwest Chapel (5801 Lynda Ave. SI Kubis John, 83 yrs, of 3027 Bryant Ave. S. (Life member DAV & American Legion, retired Post Office guard). Survived bv wite Hilma E.; daughlers, Mrs Maxine Sweeney, Hopkins, Mrs. Marlis Lobak & Mrs. Phyllis Myers, Mpls.; 9 grandchildren; 7 sislers; 4 brothers Services Tues. 10:30 AM, The Albin Chapel, Paul, Ralph & Jack Albinson, 2200 Nicollet. Inlerment Fort Snell-ing. Friends may call after 4 PM Mon. LaVake E Benita, age 91. of St. Louis Park. Survived by son James LaVake of Manhassel, NY; 2 grandchildren. Services will be Tues. at 10:00 AM graveside al Bioomington Cemeiery. May Lucy A, age 75, ol 3C05 W. 42nd St. Member ol SI. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, Mpls, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Browerviile Survived bv husband Vincent; sons, Wiltred ol Shakooee, Larry ol Mcls, & Don of Burnsville, daughter Mrs. Lloyd (Alice) Rudy of Mpls.; 10 grandchildren, brothers, John & Joe Gaida of Browerviile; sister Mary Kaluza of Great Falls. MT. Mass of Christian Burial Tues. II AM, Si Joseph Catholic Church, Browerviile Visitation Sun. 6-9 PM al Werness Brothers Chapel, W. 50th SI. al Beard Av S. Vigil prayer service 8 PM. Further visitation al lien Funeral Home in Browerviile Mon 6-9 PM. McGec Phillip H, 115 2nd Ave. S, Fri Sepl 15. Funeral arrangements later. Miller Rose P, age 89, ol 2700 Alabama Av S, SI Louis Park. Survived bv sons, Alfred A, Morris H & Walter W.; 4 grandchildren; 1 greal-grand-daughler. Funeral services 10 AM Mon Irom Ihe Enga Memorial Chapel, 5600 Excelsior Blvd. at Hwy. 100. Friends may call on Sun. from 5-9 PM, Interment Glen Haven Memorial Park. Memorials preferred by family. Rogne Earl J, Fri. morning, res. 1056 Colby, SI. Paul. Beloved husband of LaVerne, brother ol Mrs. C. J. (Altie) Nerison, Montevideo, MN, Agatha Rogne, Leisure World, Lagu-na Hills, CA & Mrs. B. A. (Eleanor) Anderson, Mesa, AZ, nieces & nephews. Memorial servsce Godbout & Sons, Elizabeth Chapel, 560 W. 7lh SI , SI. Paul, Mon, Sepl. 18th.. 2:30 PM. No dowers. Memorials orelerred lo charity of donor's choice. No visitation. Shopek Walter F, age 79, of 4546 Morgan Av. N. Survived by wile Edith, daughter Mrs. Robert (Marianne) Dunn; brother Lewis Shopek, nieces 8, nephews. Mass ol Christian Burial I PM Mon. at the Church ol St. Bridget, 3Blh t, Emerson Av. N. Inlermenl Crvslal Lake Cemeiery. Friends may call al Ihe Washburn McReavy -Swan-son Chapel, Lowry I Irving Av N from 6-9 PM Sun. Vigil prayer service al 8 PM Sun. Sjodin Vivian N, age 88 ol Ebenezer Home, formerly of Ham Lake on Sat Funeral notice later. O.E Larson-Osborne Chapel, 7301 Central Av. NE, 789-3571. Sliper Oscar, age 78, of 1801 Park Av Survived by nieces, Mary Jane Millard; nephew Arthur G Newslrand Graveside service Tues. II AM al Fort Snelling Cemeiery. Arrang-menis with Henry W Anderson Mortuary, 3640 23rd A v. S Thompson Irma M, age II, formerly of 6445 Logan Av. S Survived bv daughler Mrs. Donald (Ar-linel Goldman ol Spring Lake Park, son Harold ol Denver, CO, 7 grandchildren, I greatgrandchildren; brother Miles Carter ol Mpls. Funeral services Tues. 1:30 PM al Mount Zion Lutheran Church, Chicago Av. 4 E. 57th St Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Re-viewal after 4 PM Mon, at Sundselh-Anderson Funeral Home and for 1 hour before servicss at Ihe Church. Wilkes Glen F, age 73, of Fori Walton Beach, FL, formerly of Northeast Mpls. Survived bv wife Gladys, daughter Janice Haugen, sons, Ervin, Donald, Larry 8, Brvce Wilkes, 17 grandchildren; sister Evelyn Johnson, brothers, Wendell & Orville Wilkes Funeral service 10.30 AM Mon. at Ihe Miller Funeral Home, Columbia Heights Chapel. 831 40th Av. NE (788-3975). Friends may call 5-9 PM Sun evening at Ihe funeral chapel. Inlerment Oak Hill Cemetery, North Branch. Philip died in 1956, he became president. Weyerhaeuser served as president of the company until 1960, when he returned to being chairman of the board. He retired in 1966. For many years Weyerhaeuser was a director of the First National Bank of St. Paul, the First Trust Company of St. Paul, the Great Northern Railway Co. and the Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co. He was a national director nf the Boys' Clubs of America and a director of Big Brothers of Greater St. Paul, Inc. He was named the National Big Brother of the Year in 1966. Weyerhaeuser was a trustee emeritus of Macalester College and of the House of Hope Presbyterian Church. Since 1970, he had been a member of the National Park Foundation. He is survived by his wife, Vivian O'Gara Weyerhaeuser, and his two NBC's 'Holocaust1 expected to win large share of Emmys Associated Press Hollywood, Calif. The Emmy awards will be presented for the 30th time today with NBC's "Holocaust" expected to receive the largest share. The miniseries about Nazi atrocities against the Jews in World War II has the most nominations, 16. The award ceremony of the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences will be telecast live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium at 7 p.m. Minneapolis time. daughters,,Vivian Piasecki of Haver-ford, Pa., and Lynn Day of Grosse Point, Mich. Funeral services had not been set" Saturday. Severe damage feared from Iranian earthquake United Press International Teheran, Iran The strongest earthquake registered in the world this year hit the heart of the populated central Iranian plateau Saturday and first reports said Minneapolis Tribune . 39B Sun., Sept. 17, 1978 severe damage was feared in several cities. The quake, measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale, slopped water out of swimming pools and rocked pictures off walls in Teheran, panicking manv residents. r-1 EDP Auditor Toatois OQO Sales and earnings have topped the highest totals in our company's long history. ..New products. ..new markets (across the U.S. and internationally). ..plus a continual flow of new ideas gained for innovative professionals. We currently have an excellent career ' opportunity within ourexpanding Internal Auditing department. EDP AUDITOR: Primary responsibilities will involve performance of audit activities as they apply to the design, maintenance and revision of computer systems throughout the company plus conducting audits of the various computer operations. This position reports to the Director of Internal Auditing and requires an appropriate degree with 3-4 years systems programming experience and sound knowledge of accounting auditing preferred. We're offering a real professional challenge with the genuine chance to grow in a stimulating environment. The compensation and benefits package is highly attractive. For immediate consideration, please submit resume with salary requirements to: Karen Humrick 8111 Lyndale Avenue So. i .. Minneapolis, MN. 55420 UOTiTG) Mr-JL-jP An Equal Opportunity Employer -v,-r-- Tr ,Mwtt mm OF SOUTHERN MIMNESOTS.M AFTER 59 YEARS OF BEING IN MINNEAPOLIS GROSSMAN CHEVROLET HAS MOVED TO BURNSVILLE... COME IN TO VISIT US .. GET ACQUAINTED SPECIALS ON ALL REMAIN. 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