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Monday, July 29, 1985
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WEATHER LOCAL STATE Monday, July 29, 1985-Iowa City Press-Citizen " DEATHS Margaret L. Miller ; Margaret L. Miller of 411 E. Market St., died Sunday at Beverly Manor Care Center after a short illness. She was 81. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Beckman-Calla-; han Funeral Home with the Rev. Charles Downing officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. 1 Friends may call from 9 a.m. until service time Tuesday at the funeral home. Miss Miller was born Feb. 8, 1904, in Atalissa, a daughter of Allen and Lena Hearst Miller. She attended Atalissa schools. She moved to Iowa City in 1921, where she was employed in the food service department at Mercy Hospital, retiring in 1974. She was a member of First United Methodist Church. Survivors include a brother, Maynard Miller of Mission, Texas; seven nephews and four nieces. Three brothers and two ;'ststers died earlier. Nina Meer WELLMAN Nina Meer of Wellman, formerly of Iowa City, died Saturday at Parkview Manor in Wellman after a long illness. She was 81. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Powell Funeral Home in Wellman with the Rev. Albert Cocke officiating. Burial will be in Sharon Center Cemetery. . Friends may call after 1 p.m. today at the funeral home. Me- -morial donations may be made to Alzheimers Disease, r Mrs. Meer was born July 12, 1904, in Coon Rapids, a daughter of Lawrence and Sadie Spickley Connor. She graduated from Coon Rapids High School and Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Meer taught school for several years in western Iowa and Sharon Center. ; She married Ralph Weeber Meer on May 16, 1931. He died in December, 1977. The couple lived most of their lives in Iowa City. She moved to Parkview Manor in Wellman six years ago. . Survivors include two daughters, Sydna Durst of rural Well-man and Sonya Mares of San Francisco, Calif., and five grand- children. A half-sister and a half-brother died earlier. Dale Van Ginkel ', WEST BRANCH - Dale Van Ginkel of West Branch died Saturday at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City after a sudden illness. He was 56. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the West Branch United Methodist Church with the Rev. Samuel J. Hahn officiating. Burial will be in West Branch Cemetery. : Friends may call from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at the Barker Funeral Home in West Branch, where a memorial fund has been established. '-' Mr. Van Ginkel was born May 23, 1929, in Des Moines, a son of John and Louise Sheriff Van Ginkel. He lived in Des Moines most of his life and later moved to West Branch where he owned Shop in the Village Antique Store. Most recently he had worked at Dewey's Jack and Jill Grocery. ': Survivors include three daughters, Beckie Spence of Dubuque, Suzan Staley of Mason City and Mary Jo Fehl of LaPorte City; a son, Bob of West Branch; 10 grandchildren; two sisters, Charlotte Monical of Bettendorf and Mary Louise Wheeler of Des Moines; two brothers, Jack of Waukee and Marvin of Des "Moines; and his stepmother, Freida Van Ginkel of Winterset. Fredy Perlman DETROIT, Mich. Fredy Perlman of Detroit, Mich., a son-in-law of Professor Oscar and Trudy Nybakken of Iowa City, died Friday at Ford Hospital in Detroit while undergoing heart surgery. He was 50. Memorial services are pending. Mr. Perlman was born Aug. 20, 1934, in Brno, Czechoslovakia, a son of Henry and Martha Perlman. He came to the United States as a child with his family. He married Lorraine Nybakken on Jan. 6, 1958, in New York City. He attended various institutions, earning a masters degree from Columbia University in New York City and a Ph.D. from the University of Belgarde, Yugoslavia. He wrote several books on economics and traveled extensively here and abroad. Survivors include his wife, and a brother, Peter Perlman of Lexington, Ky. His parents died earlier. Beulah A. Gage OXFORD Beulah A. Gage of Oxford died Saturday at her home after a long illness. She was 79. ' : Christian wake services were Sunday at the George L. Gay Oxford Chapel with the Rev. James Lawrence officiating. Mass and burial will be held Thursday in Brimley, Mich. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Iowa City Hospice. "Mrs. Gage was born July 9, 1906, in Akron, Mich., a daughter of Robert and Bertha Harrington Peck. She married Raymond W. Gage on May 4, 1926, in Mio, Mich. She lived in Brimley, Mich., all of her life until moving to Oxford 10 years ago to live with a daughter. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Oxford, Rebekkah Lodge, the Relief Corps, Jolly Seniors of Tiffin and the Royal Neighbors in Brimley, Mich. Survivors include two daughters, Dorothy (Mrs. Irvin) Knud-"son of Walla Walla, Wash., and Betty (Mrs. Robert) Stopko of Oxford; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Gage of Brimley, Mich., and Mrs. Grace Montle of Midland, Mich.; and a brother, Morris Peck of Bays City, Mich. Her husband and a brother died earlier. Esther A. Winders " Esther A. Winders of 127 Koser Ave., a longtime resident of University Heights, died Friday at Mercy Hospital after a 'Mengthy illness. She was 89. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the George L. Gay ' Funeral Home with the Rev. Christopher Miller officiating. Buri-- al will be in Oakland Cemetery. -. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital. . ; Mrs. Winders was born May 28, 1896, in Ackley, a daughter of Ely and Anna Raich Behrens. She married Roy Winders on Aug. 29, 1919, in Monmouth, IU. Survivors include a son, Gary of Anamosa; three grandchil- dren, and a great-grandson. Her husband and a son died earlier. Clara E. Buline Clara E. Buline of 27 Caroline Court died Friday at the Solon Care Center in Solon after a short illness. She was 84. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the George L. Gay Funeral Home with the Rev. John McCann officiating. Burial will be in Lone Tree Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established. Mrs. Buline wa born Jan. 8, 1901, in West Branch, a daughter of Albert and Stella Pechous Stych. She married William E. Buline on March 18, 1919, in Hills. The couple farmed in the Lone Tree and Hills communities for many years, moving to Iowa City 12 years ago. She was very active in the Farm Bureau Women of Johnson County. Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Dolores Chevalier of Solon; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Bertha Hudacek and Mildred Bell, both of Lone Tree. A brother died earlier. VEiVFHEH FORECAST 7 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 30 ALMANAC IOWA CITYIOWA Monday, July 29 f orecast for Iowa City and east central Iowa; aho southern and southeastern Iowa Tonight partly cloudy. Low in the lower to middle 60s. East wind 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. High around 80, Extended forecast, Wednesday through Friday A chance of showers and thunderstorms Wednesday. Little if any rainfall is indicated Thursday ond Friday. Highs in the upper 70s to middle 80s. Lows in the 60s. CWasttrn, wit central ond outhwoitrn Iowa Tonight showers and thunderstorms Itktly mainly after midnight, low in the middle to upper 60s. Southeast wind S to 15 mph. Rain chances 60 percent. Tuesday cloudy with a 70 percent chonce of showers and thunderstorms. High 75 to 80, U South central Iowa Tonight mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after midnight, low in the middle 60s. East wind 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely. High near 60. Rom chances 60 percent. C Northwestern and northern Iowa Tonight cloudy with a 50 percent chonce of showers and thunderstorms otter midnight, low in the lower to middle 60s. East to southeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely. High 75 to BO. Rain chances 60 percent. tl Northeastern and eastern Iowa Tonight partly cloudy, low around 60. East wind 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely. High 75 to 80. Rom chances 60 percent. Temperatures 70 Showers Rain Flurries Snow FRONTS: Warm Cold'" Occludedw Stationery National Weather Service NOAA U S Dept of Commerce Sunset today) 8:27 p.m. CSunrlie tomorrow: 5:58 a.m. Moonrise: 7:22 p.m. Moonset: 3:04 a.m. OCD 1st qtr Full Last qtr New Aug 22 Jul 31 Aug 7 . Aug 16 TEMPERATURES Yesterdoys high, overnight low and precipitation as of 7 a.m. CDT. and tomorrow s forecast temperatures and outlook. Yesterday Tomorrow HI Lo Pre HI Lo Otlk FARM OUTLOOK Tonight, scattered showers ond thunderstorms moving mio southwest ond western lowo. Rainfall amounts up to V inch ore possible by sunrise Tuesday. Tuesday, numerous showers with some scattered thunderstorms. Around 40 percent of possible sunshine. Relative humidity lowering In the afternoon to 55 to 70 percent. East to southeast wind 10 to 15 mph. Wednesday through Friday, chance of showers ond thunderstorms Wednesday, little if ony roin Thursday and Fridoy. Highs in the 80s. lows in the 60s. Aug. 3-7, above-normal temperatures ond near-normal rainfall. RIVER DATA RECORD LlCoralvllle laket 600.38 feet above sea level, rising Corps' target level: 680 feet above sea level f 'Dom tall waterst 649.16 feet above sea level, steady ; River stage at I.C.t 9.37 feet. L Stage at Lone Tree: 3.77 feet. Stage ot Merengot 5.12 feet. " Inflow Into laket 190 cubic feet per second. L Outflow et dam 1 170 cubic feet per second. FOR MORE INFORMATION National Weather Service (recording): 515-285-6906. LICable TV weather: Channels 6 and 35. UWeather rodio frequency: VHF channel 162.475, Cedor Rap ids. At 9 a.m. today: Temperature: 75 degrees Barometer: 29.97 Humidity: Not available Wind: 11 mph north Precipitation Sunday: None. Midnight to 9 a.m. today: None. Month-to-date: 2.46 (Normal for month: 4.88) Year-to-date: 13.20 (Normal, year to end of this month: 21.33) Sunday's cooling degree days (average temperature minus 70 degrees. The higher the number, the more air conditioning you use): 4 Season-to-date (May-September): 209 (Average total for season: 591.20) Saturday's high: 87 degrees Saturday's low: 63 degrees Sunday's high: 87 degrees Overnight low: 65 degrees Peak wind Sunday: 26 mph Record high today: 103 (1983) Record low today: 48 (1925) Albuquerque 76 63 .07 67 64 cdy Anchorage 66 52 65 48 cdy Atlanta 76 71 1.30 87 70 cdy AtlantlcClty 81 67 85 66 cdy Baltimore 84 64 87 69 cdy Boise 91 71 90 59 cdy Boston 73 62 82 65 cdy Buftalo 83 63 76 58 clr Chicago 90 65 80 ' 65 cdy Cleveland 84 59 81 62 cdy Dalloi-FtWorth 102 77 103 78 clr Denver 76 59 .08 76 57 rn DesMoines 87 70 79 65 rn Detroit 85 63 81 61 clr Hartford 83 58 84 64 cdy Honolulu 89 77 .01 88 74 cdy Indianapolis 83 59 84 69 cdy KansosCity 85 67 83 67 cdy lasVegai 104 80 103 77 clr littleRock 91 68 91 72 cdy LosAngeles 64 67 80 65 cdy MiamiBeoch 87 80 90 78 cdy Milwaukee 65 67 74 60 cdy Mpls-StPaul 83 58 78 59 rn Nashville 90 71 88 70 cdy NewOrleoni 88 75 90 74 cdy NewYork 82 68 83 67 cdy Omaha 85 66 79 65 cdy Philadelphia 85 63 87 67 cdy Phoenix 100 63 104 76 clr Providence 60 62 83 65 cdy Raleigh 78 70 75 57 cdy StPete-Tompa 90 77 91 75 cdy SanAntonio 97 75 96 75 clr Sonfroncisco 64 60 67 54 cdy SanJuan.P.R. 69 77 .03 89 76 cdy Shreveport 93 77 94 73 cdy Tucson 85 72 .25 96 71 clr Washington 86 72 89 73 cdy High! 114. Bullhead City. Arli. Lowl 43. Dillon. Mont. House speaker in hospital for tests The Associated Press DES MOINES - House Speaker Donald Avenson, D-Oelwein has been hospitalized and is undergoing tests after suffering what aides described as muscle and arm pains. Avenson, 40, entered Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo on Thursday and is expected to remain hospitalized for tests until early this week, Joe O'Hern, chief clerk of the. House and a close associate, said Sunday. Shop at home. It's easy with the Press-Citizen CLASSIFIEDS 60 MINUTE PHOTO " JULY SPECIAL" REPRINTS FROM COLOR NEGATIVES Sycamore Mall Annex 1851 Lower Muscatine Rd. i ! f) ! ! II mmsmmf--- wl 1 1 1 Congratulations j 1 1 jt. af"lr 4f r4 I a a is II on Opening Day Jj ! ! "Billy" I Opening Soon Rapid Creek Health Academy 351-0057 gSti THATS .ENTERTAINMENT You want 'em, We've got 'em. Almost 4,000 movies. No one has a better selection. Record ' Vidio Rentuli Video Movlt Remain Downtown Corilvlll, 21 E. Waihiogton Atroij Iron Randnlli MH-0W7 JMOSKO YOU'RE A WINNER! Melvin Lynch Iowa City Your name was picked in the drawing at the Press-Citizen booth at the Johnson County Fair. You are the winner of a 1 year subscription to the IOWA CITY " Press-Citizen I TO AVAIL (A 'riAVE TbWZ I 8 nciiTnni Tiw9DUKnyAnvl ulii I nnu ffaau nmnmnu i e S Dodge ot Dowenport 338-3078 j Tim Laughlin Contractor, Corp. Q?V to yl '11111111 Hh NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION L j j 1 . REMODELING UiiiyYfeCXv ADDITIONS TgQ Lrl y t COMMERCIAL 1 I RENOVATIONS AND 1 : : ijr C0NVERS,0NS 1 I 1 fr Si RESERVATIONS 338-i!F81 JfmmM SUGCESTED 25 WREXHAM IOWA CITY o.. SiS2 'jtw-w tfeTlrMrai ifya musTsn S5TS:f5Si iiswi cwiSlLI XI V .j :. 1 fl,... ,,;,, Mnuntmt, nil in. mini 4-tt- Cajun Party Wednesday, July 31st. Seafood Stuffed Zucchini Pane'ed Chicken & Fettuccini Veal & Oyster Crapes Shrimp Creole Okra gumbo Sauteed Broccoli with Rosemary Orange Candied Yams Pecan Pie Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Dance with us under the "Full Moon" to Charlies' Paddlewheelers. Dixieland Music 7-11. or ICE CREAM CO. Bring in this ad Buy one Iquart and get one pint FREE!! Offsrxpirsl48S. Possibly Iowa's Finest 811 FIRST AVENUE (Across from Saitar Pablos) Open 11 a.m. -It p.m. I Owners i Osnnii Kothy WMHocli I THE IOWA CITY VILLA APARTMENTS Offers active, worry free living for those over 60. Including: Three meals daily (special diet if needed) Staff on duty 24 hours per day Weekly housecleaning Use of common areas All utilities except telephone Planned recreation L'mergency call bells in every room No endowment For Information Call: 319-338-4127 Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:00; on weekends by appointment THE IOWA CITY VILLA Lisa Walz, coordinator 603 Greenwood Drive Off Riverside Drive at Myrtle Avenue

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