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48 DES MOINES REGISTER • Mon,, Aug. 25, 197S DlU From NKftONKL WftJHCR SfRVtCl NOtt. U.S. fit ft ef Comm»«» 70 uili Ui«w Hi|h Ttmptretvrtt t*' tn 0«yiim» Temperatures Hlah and low temperature th 7 n.m. Sunday (L) (HI IOWA Audubon A6 11 Burlinaton 74 «t cedar Wgplds n <>\ council Bluffs 77 w Oivenuorf 7« 93 Deeorefl <S4 e* Des Moines 78 •» Dubuque MM 1* low* City 71 n Lemoni 7.1 « Mapleton n 90 Mason City 74 « Otturnwa 75 M sloux City 74 n Soencer n W) Waterloo '* »i UNITED STATES Albany •'>' Albuquerque M Amerlllo Aeh*iui||0 Atlanta .\\\'.\\\'.^. 70 Atlantic City $* Austin n Baltimore *» Billings *l Birmingham 70 Bismarck « Boise *5 Boston y> Brownsville i* Buffalo *•* Burilnoton, Vt, ...... « Casper » Charieiton, s.c. n Cherleston, W.Va. ... /O Cherlotte N.c J< cheyennej ^ Chicego » Cincinneti {» Cleveland *' Columbia S.C « Columbus, Ohio 73 Dallas " Dayton (\ Denver « Detroit « Duluth ?/ •1 Pase* "" Felrbenks fy Grwt 9 Fails":::.'".'.'.' ** Hertford 5? Helena £ Honolulu 7J Houston • « Indianapolis ™ Jackson, Miss. l\ Jacksonville » '.'.I'.'.'.'. M Los Angeles «o Louisville >• Memphis " Miami Beach /* Milwaukee " Minneapolis n Nashville ' NewOrleens J] NewYork M Norfolk, Va J North Plane |J Oklahoma Citv J2 Omahe *J Orlando J* Philadelphia «* Phoenix ij. Pittsburgh *J Portland, Me « Portland, Ore. 48 Providence 55 Ralelqh " Rapid City 5< Reno *| Richmond n St. Louis '* St. Petersburg 'J Self Lake City 5* San Antonio J5 San Diego • « San Francisco sj Sault Senlte Marie .. *l Seattle « spokene " Syracuse •$' Tucson ™ Washington/b'.C n n 9R 54 M 91 76 94 88 65 91 77 72 73 93 75 A3 72 94 •9 9.1 78 89 91 89 98 92 96 92 SB 84 n 100 62 90 59 66 60 95 82 90 92 95 58 96 93 90 85 88 90 9) 69 88 97 91 93 S4 86 67 70 67 92 HI 84 94 95 73 n 77 65 M 64 68 80 98 9J 89 rouph 0.00 0.00 Tra 0.00 0.00 2.94 0.00 2.77 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.41 0.00 0.16 0.91 0.00 0.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.73 0.00 0.08 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.27 0.02 2.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.16 7..13 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.oo . 0.00 0.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.11 0.19 0.05 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.16 0.03 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.14 O.V3 0.00 0.00 0.09 0.00 0.13 0.00 0.00 0.23 o.oo 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.02 0.00 0.02 0.68 0.00 0.00 0.02 j Forecasts | LOCAL- Chance o? thunderstorms to-| (lay. hiqln in mid to upper 80s, lows I in hOs. Fair Tuesday, hiqhs in SOs. ' JOWA - - Cooler today, chance of rain I e^'^t anrt highs near 80 northwest to ! near 90 southeast. Lows tonight in !iOs and low 60s. Fair Tuesday with hiqhs in the low to mid 80s. i 0 WA--EXT.EN 0£.D_F-0 REG AST_^=- _ F: air: Wednesday with highs in 70s, lows in ; SOs. Partly cloudy, chance of showers I Thursday and I'riday and highs in the 1 low SOs, lows in low 60s. ! ILLINOIS -- Partly sunny, chance ot rain: with highs in »0s north, 90s south, lows! mostly in 60s. Sunny Tuesday highs in: 80s. j WISCONSIN — Chance of showers today , with highs In 70s northwest, 90s southeast, lows In SOs and «0s. Clearlno Tuesday, highs In 70s and lov/ 80s. MINNESOTA — Partly cloudy today and Tuesday with chance of occasional ram. Hiqhs both days In 70s north, 80s south, lows tonight mostly in SOs and 60s. i SOUTH DAKOTA - Partly cloudy, scat-1 tered showers today with highs In 70s, lows In upoer 40s and SOs. Partly cloudy | Tuesday, hiahs in upper 70s and low SOs. j NEBRASKA — Fair to partly cloudy today with hiqhs in 80s, lows in 50s and «0s. Partly cloudy Tuesday with highs mostly in 60s. MISSOURI - Chance of thunderstorms! over stale today and Tuesday. Highs! today In upper 80s and 90s, low In 60s., High Tuesday in 80s. i 7. of Adel, died Sun-1 daVat Iowa'Methodist Medical Center. , Des Moines births i JOHNSON — Mr. and Mrs. Bryce, 7605 Buckingham Square, a son, Sunday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. B u , .„ BRUEHLER — Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Ankeny, a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Lu- ROW I E- H Mr Bi and Mrs. Glenn, Minburn, a son, Sunday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. MOEN — Mr. and Mrs. Donald. 1J45 Eiqhteenth St., West Des Moines, a daughter, Sunday at (owe Lutheran HOS- cSFp'jN _ Mr. end Mrs. Clifford, 501 Jefferson Ave., a son, Sunday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. _ ...."- _.,„.. UU'nei aiinuaMua'i. _ _ DRESSEN — Mr. end Mrs. Greg, C a son, Sunday et Mercy Hospital. FOSTER — Mr. and Mrs. William, Bondu rant, a daughter, Sundey at Mercy HOS SWA^N - Mr. end Mrs. Daniel, 2070 E Grand Ave., a daughter, Sundey at Mercy Hospital. BARRUETA • Third St., v»ca> , i - rii '' ( .'-: v day at Mercy Hospital. ARSEN — Mr. and Mrs. Russell, 3904 Lincoln Place Drive, a son, Sunday at wttff^-lwPa'nd Mrs. Clyde, 4044 Ninth St.. a daughter, Wednesday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. •RIEFF — Mr. and Mrs. Peter, Dallas Center, a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. HEFLIN — Mr. and Mrs. Richard. St. Charl?s,.a.daughter'.Sunday at Iowa l9haml|o and Fahrenheit. ratures in Celsius AcaPUlr.o ........ 25 c r 77 Sen Juan Veracruz. .. 26 .. 22 8 71 c F 31 88 f ff 24 29 W Temperatiires taken at 7 a.m. (I time); Celsius and Fahrenheit.^ ( 20 .25 '7 91 75 88 84 Berlin Casablanca Copenhagen Geneva London Madrid Moscow Perls ......................... Rome .......................... '» Saigon ........................ 27 Tokyo ......................... 2« Wersaw ....................... " ....................... •• ...................... '8 ........................ 25 ....................... 35 65 77 «•' *J 64 77 81 79 OES MOINES WEATHER DATA f OR MONDAY, AUG. 25, 1975 BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 83 82 81 81 80 78 78 i a.m 2a.m a a.m 4 a.m Sa.m *«.m 7 a.m 8 a.m 80 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 noon 1 p.m. 2 P.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.n- 9 n.m 88 10 P.m 68 IJ p.m « mid 66 i a.m. '2 a.m. A YEAR AGO High temperature In Oes Moines ....81 Low temperature In De* Moines ....54 There was no precipitation. RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR AUG. 25 Record Des Moines' high ..106 in 1936 Record Des Moines' low ....44 In 1934 Weather Information Continuous broadcasts from the Dn Moines office of the National Weather Service may be received on radio station KEC-75 (FM) at 162.55 megahertz (short- wave). TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 3:30 n.m .................. 97 Lowest at 7a.m ........................ 78 Mean .................................. 88 Normal ................................ 72 Excess lor the, day ....... .. ......... .U Excess since first of month ........ 127 Excess since first of year .......... 316 PRECIPITATION Up to 7 p.m. Sunday .................. 0.00 Total this month to d«te .............. 1.26 Normal since Jan, 1 to dale .......... 22.37 Deficiency since Jan. 1 ......... . ...... 4.37 MISCELLANEOUS Barometer In Inches / a.m. 7 p.m. 29.82 29.66 Weather .................. pt cldy clear Sunrise today e:32 a.m. Sunset 8:01 p.m Moon The schedule of the moon risino and netting was provided by Prof. Philip Rlggs of the Drake University Astronomy Department. *' u " mo<m Aua - 51i |asl " u 1er Auq ' 29 The moon rise.', 9:0? p.m. The moon sets 9:18 a.m. Planets Mercury: Too close lo sun to see. Venus; Too close to sun to see. Mart: High southeast, dawn; nuile briqht reddish. Jupiter: High touth. dawn; verv bright. Saturn: Low east-norlheaal. rlawn; fairly bright. Weather rebuffs nude bathers TRURO, MASS. (APi - National Park Service rangers issued a few written warnings, but it was rain and cold breezes that ended the skinny- dipping here Sunday. No arrests or formal citations were issued as about 250 nude bathers gathered on a remote beach in the Cape Cod National Seashore. They were there to continue to protest to the Park Service's ban on skinny-dipping in the area. The Park Service says the nude bathing lhal has gone on at the beach for years atlracts crowds that an; a haxard lo the seashore's fragile environmem. The ban was upheld by U.S. District Court, DAY'S RECORD Des Moines deaths HOWE — Charles. 76, of 8155 Sunrise Blvd., died Sunday at Iowa Lutheran MATHE'WS - Florence, 97, of Valley View Care Center, died Sunday «t Iowa ars, , Methodist Medical Center. ORMAN — Mr. and M. , Twenty-fourth Place, a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. CLAYBERG — Mr. and Mrs. CralB, 1503 Carey Ave., a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. --nd Mrs J. Keith, 4204 Holland Drive, a son, Sunday at Iowa ' a darter 1 ,' Sunday at Iowa Methodist' •AR'TER' -"Mr." and Mrs. Blalne, 4101 Leyden Ave., a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. v_*cua — nm. and Mrs. Gary, Murray, a son, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Medi- WEST — Mr. and Mrs. Marion, Ankeny, a son, Sunday at Northwest Community Hospital. Rescue and fire calls 10:51—3207 E. Court Ave., rescue. NV59—4600 S.W. Third St., rescue. 11:00—323 S.E. Leach Ave., rescue. 11:43—1815 Sixth Ave., rescue. 11:53—E. Twenty-eighth Street and Dean Avenue, auto. P.M. 1:09—1235 Ninth St., rescue. 2:01—2121 Avenue Frederick M. Hubbell, 2:13—210 Ninth St., flush gas. 2:47—4810 Inqersoll Ave., rescue. 2:58—926 Oakridge, rescue. 3:37—Ninth Street and Washinojon Avenue, rescue. . . 3:53—S.W. Fourteenth Street and Army Post Road, false alarm. 4:31_Fifty-sixth Street and Robertson Drive, trash. 4-.12—723 S.W. Sixty-third St., rescue. 1:27—Sixth Avenue and University Avenue, false alarm. 9:20—Tenth Street and University Avenue, auto. 9:42—6604 S.W. Fourteenth St., grass. Rain rips Ohio; jolt kills boy CLEVELAND. OHIO (AP) Lightning killed a 12-year-old boy, and a nine-year-old girl was feared dead when a street collapsed from heavy flooding during a rainstorm that swept the Cleveland area Sunday. Police said streets broke up in several parts of the city because sewers we're unable to handle water from the summer storm that dropped up to four inches of rain on northern Ohio. Police said they were searching for 9-year-old Jacqueline Boomer, missing and feared dead after a flooded street collapsed, slicking her into a sewer. VIE FOR TITLES IN QUARTER HORSE TESTS By MAflY LOU DOAK Quarter horses made the scene at the Livestock Pavilion Sunday afternoon for the final performance of the Iowa State Fair Horse Show. It was difficult to pick a favorite in the Western pleasure classes that had as many as 60 competitors vying for a place on the rail to give the judge a chance to see their horse at its best. Bar Bee Bo, a sorrel with four eye-catching stockings, came- out-on-top-of—the—large junior Western pleasure class for Julie and Jodi Bernet of Cedar Palls. The well-schooled reining horses with their sliding stops, pivots, and flying lead changes, make quite a contrast to the foot shuffling pleasure horses. Major Barry performed all these intricate manuevers with preciseness for the most points for owner-rider Gail Hembry of Osceola in the $200 Senior Registered Quarter Horse Reining stake. The all-Around Quarter Horse Youth Trophy went to Steve Landers of Des Moines and his horse Skip's White Sox. Sunday's winners were: English pleasure youth hunt seel: 1. Skip's White Sox, ridden by Steve Landers, Des Moines; 2. Mr. Quick Zan, ridden by Patricia Doolittle, Lehigh; 3. Sokota Pine, ridden by Mary Ellen Lundaren, Bridle pack back hunt seal: 1. Jerry's ? ar Ette, owned by Julie Wesiercamp, ubiiQue; 2. Mr. Quick Zan, owned by ricla Doolittle, Lehlgh; 3. Rock O'Duece, owned oy Dr. ft. C. and Mary Mclllece, Muscatine. Junior Western pleasure: 1. Bar Bee Bo, owned by Julie and Jodi Bernet, Cedar Fails; 2. Triple Creek Sal, Owned by Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Armstrong, Marion; Too choo Choo, owned by Claire Gsell, Grimes. - L YBulh Western pleasure Rlder( 14-11): 1. Dendy Mandy, owned end ridden by Reese Blount, Waukee; 2. Jaguar's Fancy, owned end ridden by Phil Oil- Dhant, Rowley; 3. Skip O Lass, owned and ridden by Tim Jensen, West Des Senior Western pleasure: 1. Do Tell, owned by Brian Ellsworth, Jefferson; 2 , . Billy Blue Rip, owned by Julie and Jodi Bernet, Cedar Rapids; 3. Magnoll " owned by Jim Wllk«, Omaha, Neb. and ilia WejrtM (leisure (Hl«r I) tn« under: 1, Sugar Michelle, owned ind ridden by Oenise walker, MarshaiHown; ?. Slnnifij Bonnie B»r, ewned and ridatn by jeff Terpstra, Oilmen; 1. SucK's Bar Flvi, owned and rWden by L«rl Olson, Orion, in. Vouth reining : 1. Skip's White Sox, owned and ridden by Stive Lenders, Oes ; ?. Brick's Miss (owe, owned and ridden by Dave Ritllff, Cedar FelTsi 3. Sandy Troubles, owned end ridden bv John Konecne, Cresfan. senler owned b De Prise, owned by Jerry Elstgn. (rose; 5. The Screwdriver, owned by Jim Dudley, Hamoton. n onecne, resan. enler reining stake: l. Malor Berry, ned by Gelt Hembry, Osceola) J. Tin Prise, owned by Jerry Elstgn. Mon- 18 tons of 'pot' seized from boat SAVANNAH, GA. (AP) - U.S. Customs officers raided a shrimp boat as it began unloading an estimated 18 tons of marijuana in a remote coastal area and charged 19 persons MtrLsmuggling, federal officers reported Sunday. The "pot," from Colombia, would have had a street value of more than $10 million, officers said. Forty-two customs patrol officers hid in thickets along a stretch of marshland about 50 miles south of Savannah Saturday night and watched the shrimp boat enter the inlet, cross Sapelo Sound, and made the raid after about 100 50- pound bags of marijuana had been unloaded. Youth drowns taking scuba test Tht Relister't (owe NIWI f trvic* HUMBOLDT, IA. - Michael M o n d r a g o n , 20, Humboldt, drowned while taking his final swimming test Saturday evening for a scuba diving certificate, authorities said. Mondragon was reportedly 85 feet below the surface in a limestone quarry pit here, along with a diving instructor, when he experienced breathing difficulty. An autopsy is pending. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by WIU Wen* of Hie New York Horn ACROSS 1 Diplomacy 5 Boston orchestra • Mine car IS Melville novel 14 .Encourages 1C Defect , 17 Man of many marches -20-DecJaim 21 Linden tree 22 Be off guard 23 Celebrated 2< Sedate 2S Talk idly 39 Exacerbates 32 Facing a glacier 34 Spanish gold "35 Kind of soul 37 Light gas 39 Rinse 41 Cobblers' supplies 43 Excellent 44 Mandolin parts 46 Menu item 48 World power 49 Water buffalo 51 Fractional prefix 52 Influenced 53 Pastry items 55 Make appropriations 57 Etnden exclamation 59 Vehicle 61 Ones on the move 64 Man with a dot trine 68 Agra attire 69 Banquet bigwig 70 Hand over 24 71 Pitcher 25 72 Center 27 75 Delightful spot 28 2§ DOWN 91 1 Japanese general 2 Cupid 3S 3 Hit song of 3* W.W.I s| 4 Lone Ranger's 40 friend 42 5 Exclamation 45 « Tokyo sash 47 7 Hide JJ 8 Farm enclosures 54 9 Conjunction, 55 for short 57 10 Having poor 54 posture M 11 Too «* 12 Western lake 15 Cooking devicer eg 18 four 65 (teacake) M 19 List 67 Greek goddess Populace Tiny bit Popular pastime Palm cockatoo Deaneof Continental Congress Be aware of Crosses out Understand Heating vessel Coarse hominy Caravansary San Musical work Comes from Present occasion Church section. Crop Formerly Took the roller coaster Witnessed Title, Sri Lanka export Shea athlete ANSWEI Tf »ltVIOU$ PUZZLE aann SODD aaa uataa aaaa aacia u Car thief given a helping hand ST. PAUL, MINN. (AP) - A man walked into a meeting of the Minnesota Republican Executive Committee and inquired about a car parked in a lot i outside. i Police said the man was given the keys to move the car. a j 1975 sedan leased to state Re-| publican Chairman Chuck Slo- fum. The man left the meeting and promptly drove the car away, police said. The car and driver have not been seen since. *"* tk&t 46te4Wf{4fl0 uJt^Uf •Mrfvee) 1. nscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words Plane rips up Buffalo runway BUFFALO. N.V. (API - An American Airlines plane with 109 persons aboard ripped up '•• part of H runway at. Buffalo International Airport here when its landing gear collapsed Saturday morning, officials said. ;\o injuries were reported. t'HAL 1 Q HYLYS V / LtiSUNS V J SAQUJKY C) j . C?A6>H TO AUKE A COM Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. tomorro*) IJ..H.I.II-.. BIPEO CtOAK SCRIBE VERMIN Aii>»rr. Mny In' tailed l"i id'Ki'J/ - LIPS "Moyb« that pplic* car wants to pass, Daddy — ht's followin' right behind us with his rtd lights flashing!" The Hi/ardor Id Love-fillcd hearts bring joy-filled days! Judge Parker THANK YOU, GENTLEMEN, FOR YOUR PATIENCE WILL TAKE YOUR SEATS, MISS LAVAL WILL TH US IMMEDIATELY.' TKftNK YOU.' WILLSON SPENCER.' THERE'S A R PLEADING WITH PONNA, THE DANCER PROMISES T.T. PACE THAT SHE WILL PERFORM,.. AND HE RETURNS TO HIS GUESTS; KIDNAPPING IN PROGRESS Rex Morgan, M.I). IT'S FOR YOU— DISTANCE VALERIE,THIS IS PAUL COMSrANTfNEV WILL YOU BE RETURNING HO/VIE IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS ? THE AUTHORITIES HAVE ORDERED AN INQUEST INTO THE DEATH OF YOUR HUSBAND/., WHAT DO THEY WANT JUST AS REX MORGAN AND VALERIE ARE, START THEIR DINNER, THE PHONE RINGS Blondie 1 • MY EL6CT9IC UATMEf? MACHINE SPOKE THIS MORNING WHAT ABE ""^HjT^ . YOU USING FOR LATHES?• If MY WIPE MADE M6 \ BATCH OF WHIPPED ) CP.EAM J i — Sieve i'anvon MAYBE YOU WONDER WHY WE CAli THIS MEETING YOU ONCE SAVE MY SISTER OU AN' ME, SIM.' 50 WE GOING TO (JET •WUOUTOFCOUNTW BEFORE 'LIBERATORS' FIND AN' MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE SPY- /N SPITE OF YOU 0LINP PRL/NK MOST TIMES / GAWKERS AT PUBLIC * TOO BAD THEY DID NOT EXECUTION CONTRIBUTE WAIT FOR SIM TO GROW BUNDLE 10 HEAVE-HOGAN UP AN 1 RUN THEIR KINKY FUNP .' ^ ^ ^. WAR ' <500D SLOB H05AN... FAT A5 A CELLO? HE'S NOT SKINNYANf MORE.'. 1 HE'SASFirASAFlPPlE.' WHO 5AIP ANYTHING ABOUT THE GEORGE?... I'M REFERRIN' TO \-..< SUMMER VACATION i'ilixen Smith 'There's a special on today. Buy one shoe for $35 and you get the other shoe free!" "I don't b«lie)v« you noticed my bumper iticker!"

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