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Daily Record WinoM Daily News Thursday, December 23, Mi Page 5 City and area Police report Missing child- Weather I funeral arrangements from the state it Accidents Accidents at the State Fara Insurance building, IMS Service Drive, was broketi during the night Rodney Stottx, 713 4tM St, reported that the bad window on his 1975 vehicle was shattered during the night. WINONA COUNTY Wednesday The Rollingstone Cooperative, 152 Main Rollingstone, reported that a car hit one of the station's gas pumps during the night, moving it about 6 inches Max F. Ueach Services at 9:30 a.m. today in Watkowski Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. in St Casimir Church.

Burial in St Mary's Cemetery. BLAIR, Wis. Oscar Rottth Visitation from a.m. today in Jack Funeral Home and from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.

service in Zion Lutheran Church. Burial in church cemetery. FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. Emma Fngtna -Services at 2 p.m today in Colby-Fawcett Funeral Home. Burial in Fountain City Public Cemetery.

MONDOVI. Wis. George GUmaa Visitation from 5-9 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. service Friday in Kjent vet ft Son Funeral Home.

Burial in Riverside Lutheran Cemetery. OBITUARY NOTICES Deadlines are 9:30 p.m. for full obituaries and 11 p.m for short death notices. The newsroom is open to take obituaries after 8 a.m. Monday through Friday and after 4 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday. ami Witi SrwMyrrn moaa us Dw oi Co Fronts Co) Occluded i Stationary prison, and dozens of volunteers dug in the muck for two imwl'. finally finding enough teem in April Ml to identify the bodies. They were two girls from Dickinson, Georgia Geer, 14, and Brooks Brace well. 12.

They also had vanished in 1974. "It was a relief that it wasn't Leslie, but you know, it was well, at least those other girls' families know what happened to them," Mrs. Wilson said. Mrs. Wilson and her husband Richard have tried to go on.

Three years ago they finally threw away Leslie's old clothes, gave her bedroom furniture to her cousin, and put the rest of her belongings in the attic with the Christmas gifts. "I'd be so grateful I just can't tell you how grateful if someone would tell me what happened," Mrs. Wilson says. "I dream about her so often. I just have to know." WINONA Tuesday A brief power blackout occurred in several east end homes when a vehicle driven by Jefferey Elton, 1710 Valley View Road, struck a county stop sign and a Northern States Power Company pole on Homer Road, south of McNaUy at9: 17 p.m.

WINONA Wednesday A truck driven by Michael Emmons, 193 Mechanic hit a traffic light at East 3rd and Franklin streets at approximately A vehicle driven by Diana Sobota, Arcadia, collided with an unidentified pickup truck at East Sarnia and Franklin streets at 12:28 a.m. After the vehicles struck each other, the truck continued on. A $672.50 loss was reported on the Sobota car. No injuries were reported. claimed to know where the children went, or where their bodies could be found.

"We went around knocking on people's doors, asking them to let us look in their basements. We went out to a field in West Texas, we dug in ditches all over the place, and looked up and down creek beds. I have no idea how much money we spent," Mrs. Wilson said. Finally police turned the case over to the homicide detectives.

Major Case Investigator George Hudson has helped look for the girls for seven years. He has a file almost two feet thick, full of leads that went nowhere. "Probably the only way we'll ever solve this thing is if somebody just comes forward and says what happened to them," Hudson said. 'There's no evidence, no nothing." Last year bits of human skeletons were discovered in a swamp near the southeast Texas town of Alvin. Hudson, a team of Two-State Deaths Burglaries Snow is forecast today for Idaho, Montana and northern Wyoming by the National Weather Service.

Flurries are expected for parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Arizona. Highs in upper 30s forecast Decreasing cloudiness is expected today, with highs in the upper 30s to lower Ms, tfhd variable winds from 5-10 mph, according to the National Weather Service. By tonight, partly cloudy skies will usher in temperatures in the high 20s. There is a chance of rain Friday, and rain turning to snow is expected for Saturday, with skies clearing to partly cloudy by Saturday night. Moderate to heavy rain fell Wednesday over central California as the latest in a series of Pacific storm systems neared the West Coast.

Warnings were issued for flash floods, heavy snow, avalanches and thunderstorms in parts of northern California. Winter storm watches also were issued for Nevada's Reno-Carson City area, and for the central mountains of Arizona. The storm system also spread rain across the rest of the Pacific coastal region and into the Great Basin, with thundershowers and small hail reported along the coast of northern Washington. In the central part of the nation, showers were scattered across the lower Mississippi Valley into the lower Tennessee and Ohio valleys. There were isolated snow showers east of the lower Great Lakes.

Temperatures around the nation at 1 p.m. CST ranged from 18 degrees at Limestone, Maine, to 80 at Brownsville, Texas. The low for the day was 8 degrees at Lebanon, N.H., and Massena, N.Y. Winona County Court WINONA Wednesday An attempted burglary occurred at Westgate Bowling Lanes, Westgate Shopping Center, around 2 a.m. A burglar alarm system was activated when a door window was broken.

Entry was not gained. Further details were unavailable. Rose Averi II DC RAND, Wis. Rose Averill, 83, Durand, died Tuesday (Dec. 21, 1982) in the Chippewa Valley Hospital, Durand.

She was born May 18, 1899, to Henry and Mary Will Brenner. She was born in the Town of Canton, Buffalo County. She married William Averill Oct. 27, 1920, in Mondovi. After their marriage they lived in Eau Galle and later farmed in the Bear Creek community in Pepin County until 1965, when they moved to Durand.

She was a housewife. Survivors are: her husband, William; one son, Charles, Freehold, N.J.; one daughter, Mrs. Willis (Rosemary) Metcalf, Durand; one brother, Romie, Mankato, one sister, Sister Wilhelmine Brenner, Broomfield, 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. One son has died. Funeral services will be held at 11 30 a.m.

Friday in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Durand, the Rev. James J. Hagmann officiating. Burial will be in the church cemtery.

Friends at Rhiel Funeral Home, Durand, from 2 to 9 p.m. today, where there will be an 8 p.m. prayer service. Israeli consulate bombed SYDNEY, Australia (AP) A bomb exploded in the Israeli consulate offices in Sydney early-; today, injuring at least three people, police said. They said the bomb went off in the seventh floor office of the consulate in an.

office building in Sydney's King's Cross district. One woman was taken to a hospital with bad hand injuries, police said. Details of injuries to the! other two people were not. immediately known. Police ringed the streets around the building.

No other details were immediately available. The blast wrecked, the consulate and badly damaged the floor below. Police said the explosion: was caused by a bomb, and -the Australian army's bomb squad was called in; to assist in the in-, vestigation. Consul general Dr. Moshe Liba was in his' office at the time of the' explosion.

Dr. Liba said in a brief interview later that' he heard the explosion and rushed out of his office to' investigate. Dr. Liba said he would make no comment as to whether there had been! any warning of the explosion, or if any threat had' been made. He said a statement would be issued after he had discussed the matter with police.

Hilda Wiebke CALEDONIA, Minn. Former Caledonia resident Mrs. Hilda Wiebke, 86, died Tuesday (Dec. 21, 1962) in the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, DeSmet, S.D., where she had been a resident for one month. Prior to that she had been a resident in Kingsbury Manor Nursing Home, Lake Preston, S.D.

She was born June 20, 1896, in Genoa, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kuehn. She and Elmer Deters were married in New Albin, Iowa. They lived in Eitzen and Caledonia until his death.

On March 19, 1938, she and William Wiebke were married in Decorah, Iowa. They farmed in the Caledonia area. After his death she moved to La Crosse, then to DeSmet. Survivors are: a daughter, Mrs. James (Helen) Easland, DeSmet, S.D.; three grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and a brother, Dr.

Alvin Kuehn, Viroqua, Wis. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. today in Osthus Funeral Home, DeSmet. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Potter-Haugen Funeral Home, Caledonia, the Rev.

Gregory Nelson, La Crescent and Hokah United Methodist churches, officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Caledonia. Friends may call from 10 a.m. Tuesday until the service in the funeral home. Miscellaneous WINONA Tuesday William Gaffney, owner of the Mississippi Queen, 102 Johnson made a citizen's arrest on Kevin Ring, 161 Harvester on charges of assault and criminal damage to property at the bar.

Ring was also arrested by police on charges of disorderly conduct. He was scheduled to appear in court today. Local observations driving after revocation. A trial date will be set. Bruce McGowan, 26, Byron, who pleaded not guilty to careless driving.

A trial date will be set. Jeffrey Bagniewski, 26, 710 Wilson who will pay $195 and attend alcohol-education classes as a sentence for a DWI conviction. Kevin Ring, 19, 161 Harvester who pleaded guilty to assault, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property and was referred to Court Services. Among those appearing Monday before Winona County Court Judge Dennis Challeen were: Arlyn Groth, 18, 368 Carimona who pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Challeen gave him credit for two days served in the Law Enforcement Center jail.

Daniel Sullivan, 44, 403 Olmstead who pleaded guilty to a DWI charge and was referred to Court Services. Mohammed Al-Sassi, 22, 1258 Randall who paid a $330 fine on a DWI Among those appearing Wednesday before Winona County Court Judge Dennis Challeen were: Colleen Omelia, 20, Hastings, who pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated and was referred to Court "Services. Gregory Gernes, 20, 1020 W. King who pleaded guilty to possessing a small amount of marijuana and was fined $50. Shane Hester, 21, 198 Hidden Valley, who pleaded guilty to driving after cancelation of her drivers' license and was fined $110.

Ricky Anderson, 23, St. Charles, who pleaded guilty to careless driving and was fined $110. Kelly Schmidt, 23, 403 E. Howard who pleaded guilty to careless driving and was fined $110. Tom Haney, Lewiston, who pleaded guilty to passing several bad checks and was referred to Court Services.

Carl Olson, Pickwick, who appeared on charges of assault and criminal damage to property. His case was continued to Monday. Nicky Rose, 24, 1884 W. 5th who pleaded not guilty to two charges of Official Winona weather observations for the 24 hours ending at midnight Wednesday Maximum temperature 37, minimum 18, noon 35, no precipitation. A year ago today: high 28, low 11, noon 24, no precipitation.

Normal temperature range for today: 9 to 27. Record high 59 in 1877. Record low -28 in 1872. Sun rises tomorrow at 7: 39, sets at 4:33. HOURLY TEMPERATURES Thefts At Community Memorial Hospital WINONA COUNTY Tuesday Mrs.

Dennis Shanrock, Pleasant Valley, Wilson Township, reported looting at her burned house. Brendon Thatcher, Winona Rt. 1, reported that his parked 1970 Chevrolet was taken from outside his residence during the night. .36 .36 .36 .36 .36 .37 .36 Impounded animals Wednesday 9 a.m 28 10 a.m 32 11 a.m .33 35 1 p.m 35 2p.m 36 3 p.m 36 4 p.m 36 1 a.m 24 2a. 22 3 a.m 18 4 a.m 19 5 a.m 21 6a.

23 7 a.m 25 8a.m... .....25 5 p.m 6 p.m 7 p.m 8 p.m 9 p.m 10 p.m 11 p.m.... Midnight. MISSING PAPERS It you are unable to find your copy of the Daily News, please call us any day between 7 a.m. and 10a.m.

454-6804 WINONA DAILY NEWS No. 549 Brown male shepherd-mix puppy, third day. No. 551 Adult male shepherd-mix, second day. No.

552 Adult female tortoise-shell cat, first day. Vandalism Degree days Normal for today 47 Normal for season 2,412 Today 40 Season to date 2,214 Year ago today 45 To date year ago 2,512 Minnesota Winona Deaths WINONA Wednesday The front picture window ft wmona'DaMy south. Chance of snow north and rain south Friday. Highs middle 20s north to upper 30s south. Decreasing cloudiness today.

Highs upper 20s north to lower 40s south. Partly cloudy tonight. Lows 12 north to the upper 20s 3-day forecast S.E.Minnesota TUESDAY Admissions Marcel Litscher, Fountain City, Wis. Births Mr. and Mrs.

John Walters, Minnesota City, a girl. WEDNESDAY Admissions Howard Malesker, 618 Wilson St. Jeremy Katula, Fountain City, Wis. Mrs. Delorus Holubar, Minnesota City.

Herbert Rinn, Rollingstone. Lorrie Pettersen, Stockton. Todd Smith, 626 Wilson St. Steven Stampka, 1065 Marian St. Katie Schweitzer, Minnesota City.

William Thone, 614 W. King St. Paul Skalet, Lanesboro. Discharges Heather Sorum, Minnesota City. Teresa Dixon, 477 W.

Mill St. Alvin Bakke, Rushford. Mrs. Virginia Garness, Rushford. Mrs.

Charles Reid and baby, 352 E.Wabasha St. Mrs. Dale Gerdes, Dakota. Byron Schneider, 616 E. 4th St.

Sally Wenzel, 163 Laird St. Births Blake and Linda Seitz, Cochrane, a boy. FILM DEVELOPING SAVING rst SPECIAL 12 Exposure Kodacolor SS" 24 $4.19 Elgin O. Sonneman Elgin O. Sonneman, 74, 621 W.

King died Wednesday night (Dec. 22, 1982) atw, Community Memorial Hospital. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Martin Funeral Home. Leonard V. Seracki LA CROSSE, Wis.

-Leonard V. Seracki, 74, died Wednesday evening (Dec. 22, 1982) at LaCrosse (Wis.) Lutheran Hospital. He was born July 2, 1908, in Winona. He is survived by: his wife, Irene; a son, James J.

Seracki, Fountain City, and a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Rita) Siebenaler, LaCrosse. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Sacred Heart Church, Pine Creek, Wis. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at Watkowski Funeral Home, Winona, where a Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. PaulKrier Memorial services for former Winonan Paul Williams Krier, 19, Raliegh, N. C. were held at 11 a.m.

Tuesday in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Raliegh. He was killed early Sunday in a car accident in Raliegh. The son of former Winonans Joseph W. and Norma Chinander he was born Jan. 25, 1963 in Rochester.

He was a sophomore at North Carolina State University, Raliegh. Survivors are: his parents, Raliegh; three brothers, Mark, Thomas and Eric, Raliegh; two sisters, Joan Krier, Raliegh, and Ann Krier, Charlotte, N.C.; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Krier, Winona.

Memorials are being directed to a Paul W. Krier Scholarship Fund established at the Newman Club, North Carolina State University, Raliegh, N.C. 27607. Decreasing cloudiness today, with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Winds variable 5 to 10 mph.

Partly cloudy tonight. Highs In the upper 20s. Friday good chance of rain. Highs In the upper 30s. Outlook for Saturday and Sunday: Rain changing to snow and ending Saturday becoming partly cloudy Sunday.

Wisconsin Tonight, chance of light snow north. Lows 20s-30s. Partly cloudy today, chance of freezing drizzle north, showers northeast. Highs from low 30s north to mid 40s south. Tonight, mostly cloudy.

Lows mid 20s to mid 30s. Friday, cloudy, chance of rain south, chance of rain or snow north. Highs from low 30s north to Id 40s south. WISCONSIN Mostly cloudy Saturday through Monday. Chance of snow north and rain changing to snow south Saturday.

Chance of light snow Sunday and Monday. Lows teens northwest to low 30s southeast Saturday, 5-10 northwest and low 20s southeast Sunday and Monday. Highs upper 20s northwest to 40 southeast Saturday, mid 20s northwest to low 30s southeast Sunday and Monday. MINNESOTA Saturday through Monday: Cloudy through the period with a chance of snow north and rain mixed with snow south, becoming all snow by Saturday evening. Highs around 20 north to around 30 south.

Lows 10 north to the mid 20s Cooler Monday with highs In the 20s and lows around 0 north to 11 south. 36 Exposure. 49 Prices limited to Kodacolor Film Only. C-41 process in sizes 110, 126 and 135. NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY Offer Good 1 22682 to 1383 Coupon must accompany order.

ISM etif (USPS 4M-M0) Thursday, December 23, lS2 Vol. 3, No. 145 The Winona Daily News is published daily by a division of Lee Enterprises, Inc. 601 Franklin Winona, MN. 559B7.

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Single Sunday copies mailed, $1.00 each. Subscriptions for less than one month, $2.00 per week. Other rates on request. Send change of address, notices, undelivered copies, subscription orders and other mail items to Winona Daily News, P.O. Box 147, Winona, Minn.

55987 0147. TELEPHONE NUMBERS Call 454-6500 for news, circulation, display advertising -and CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 452 3321 MISSING PAPERS 454-6804 7:00 everyday AREA CODE 507 Second class postage paid at Winona, Minn. Publication 686860. In years gone by (Extracts from the files of this newspaper.) May's Photo service Fire calls TEL. 452-6172 113 WEST THIRD ST.

Do You Study the Bible? no injuries; returned 11:50 p.m. WEDNESDAY 4:55 p.m. Rescue unit to 614 W. King St. Administered first aid to victim of fall.

Returned 5:15 p.m. TUESDAY 9:46 p.m. Community Memorial Hospital, 855 Mankato smoke detector malfunction, no fire; returned 9:55 p.m. 11:36 p.m. Rescue squad to Wabasha and Laird streets intersection.

II Tim. 2:15 Eph.5:17 Wm WW VVMlVB9BWWWWl9m Modes of baptism are devisee and unscriptural, Eph. Christ's last instructions to us were "Go ye therefore and TEACH ALL nations. Baptizing them teaching them to observe ALL things whatsoever I have commanded Jesus is talking to the apostles. Acts Acts 2:42.

Have you obeyed Acts Baptism is a burial in water, Rom. Write today for a FREE 8 lesson, complete Bible Study by mail, very private. 10 YEARS AGO The North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris peace talks formally denied a report Saturday that defense Minister Vo Nguyen Giap was killed in Haiphong Friday. John R. Breitlow, Homer Road, was awarded the degree of doctor of philosophy in speech communication from the University of Minnesota Dec.

13. 25 YEARS AGO Pope Pius XII called on mankind yesterday to halt the arms race lest it lead to disaster and endanger the fate of "the earth itself." Mr. and Mrs. Oren Pederson left today for Houston, Texas, to spend the Christmas holidays with their son Owen who is employed by Vacuum Tanks, Inc. 50 YEARS AGO William Holden has been re-elected master counselor of Winona Chapter, Order of DeMolay.

75 YEARS AGO J. L. Christopher, Minnesota City, was in town today. 100 YEARS AGO Twenty-five carcasses of dressed venison arrived at the South Shore Depot from the Northern Pacific country. GIFT CERTIFICATES Available Fireplace glass doors accessories Kerosene heaters Grater ft Write: SOLAR ENERGY of Winona I Want To Study Box 366, Plainview, MN 55964 79n.54h Auc RnnHuiaui jk (507)454-7374 Lyle Ziegeweid, Owner 9 4.

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