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O.IM »/nm HttlONIL WttlHCH StfVICf H0*», u S Oi'pi ni Cammeito Aiif, 31,1975 • DBS MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER/ISA FORK. AST FifiiMft **••» Hifh f«mptrtVur«i Itpftfr-rf >•• P«ytim» Sunday ft«t Temperatures High and low temperatures through 7 p.m. Friday ouriimton .... Ceaar Kapldi council Blum. Davenport ..:.< pecorah ...... < LWS Moines . . . uuDuque ..... low* city .... Lamoni . Mason City . unumwa Sioux City Spenc •• (L) (H) (P) 59 6S 8 «« «2 63 «J 64 6i 6U 66 65 66 63 64 0.00 AiBuquerque Amanilo .... Anchorage .. Asnevllle Allan!* ...... Atlantic City Austin Baltimore ... Birmingham" Bismarck ... Boise - iston i! J : 8 . 55 . SI . 57 Brownsville".' 3} Buffalo........... Burlington. Vt. .. Charleston'/slc'.! Charleston, W.Va, Charlotte N.c....— Cheyenne y> Chicago . J7 Cincinnati «7 Cleveland «7 Columbia, S.C. 42 Columbus, Ohio 70 Dallas 74 Dayton «* Denver 50 Detroit , Duluth •I Pa*o . Fairbanks oV;::::: S 74 _., . Jt«rsburg ...... 73 Salt Lake City M San Antonio 7? $an Diego 62 an Francisco 56 «» «."« ault Sainte Marie .. 54 76 0.00 jattle 54 65 0.42 ipOMne". 51 65 0.00 vracux *i 72 i.os ".'.'.".'.'.'.'.' 73 93 0.00 D.C 71 92 0.00 d low temperature* In Cel- 'k ow p c" h p "<° » iT iJ 8 71 33 91 S ii 8 % 3! B ....to City an Juan racruz Temperatures taken at 7 a.m. (Iowa time); Cel*lu» and Fahrenheit. Berlin n 77 Casablanca 24 Copenhagen w Geneva 1» London 17 Madrid 29 Moscow 20 5fc"::::::::::::::::":1i ^aloon 7? DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR SUNDAY, AUG. 31, 1975 BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Das Molnts Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 1 a.m. j a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 1 a.m. la.m. 1 a.m. I a.m JO aim.' 11 a.m. 12 noon TeMPfeRA't'ORE'ACCUMULATION i at :::: R :::.-7 7 2 § p.m. p.m. 4 P.m. 5 p.m. • 6 p.m. 7 p.m. | p.m. ,{ p.m. 10 p.m. IT p.m. , 15 mid. a.m. , 2 a.m., . fotef thft month to date ».tc C e* J J a 8 n n \ M.SCBLLANEOUS Barometer In inches Relative Humidity ........... ., '° Wind Direction ................ NE NE Wind Velocity ................ 5 10 clear clear Weather ..................... clear cl Sunrise toda^«:3l a.m. Sunset 7:5) p.m High temperature In n Des Mo » temperature In Des Moines oines •• was .54 of an Inch of precipi- TEMPERATURES FOR AUG. 31 is Moines high ........ W n J»l j Astronomy De- Last quarter Aug. 2t; new moon Sept. 5. The moon rises at 12:49 p.m. The moon sets at 3:57 p.m. Planets Mercury: Too close to sun to see. Venus: TOO close to sun to see. " '"•h southeast, dewn; quite b luplier: Hlgli wuth, dawn; very bright. ItTurn: LOW east-northeast, dawn; fairly bright. Weather Information: wave). Car, motorcycle collide, 2 hurt Two Des Moines persons were injured in a car-motorcycle accident here Saturday afternoon, police reported. Police said the accident occurred about 1:30 p.m. at the intersection of Sixth and Clark Streets and injured 11-year-old Dianna Horn of 1702 Arlington Ave., and Wayne Gardner, 22, of the same address. Police said the Horn girl was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Gardner. The motorcycle collided with an auto driven by William Parnell, 37, of 1251 Tenth St., when Gardner made an abrupt left turn in front of the Parnell auto, police said. Horn was listed in fair condition, and Gardner in satisfactory condition at Mercy Hospital late Saturday. Gardner was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way, police said. i' Forecasts FOR SUNDAY, AUG. 31,1975 LOCAL — Partly cloudy to sunny today and Monday with highs both days In the low to mid 80s, lows tonight In low 60s. IOWA — Sunny west, cloudy east today, High In 70s and 80s, lows tonight in 50s north, 60s south. Partly cloudy Monday, highs In 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST - Tues day through Thursday — Chance of showers developing Tuesday and continuing Wednesday and Thursday, highs In 80s, lows In 60s. ILLI Obituaries ly cloudy, today in MINN , i, lews me»fly in - with Wen* In' ! through Mo .... Monday •-iii.--r.-i". . —---• with hlahs today and Monday In 70s, lows tonight In 50$ north, «0s south Chance of r«ln. H DAKOTA - Clear to Dartlr cloudy ay with blahs In »os west, to 70s east. SOUTH DAK today with , . h? W h S - i n *Ms Monday, NEBRASKA - Fair well, partly elOudv fasrtoday and Monday with hlnht today In TOi. Monday in Ms. LOWS tonlghf In 90s ano tO*. y today and v* In tna mid t*. MISSOURI - Partly cloudy Monday with hlohJ 10*. lows in upper KATHMYN BONOEftl DAY'S RECORD Des Moines deaths REYTAG — Gertrude, 12, of Ankeny, died Saturday at Iowa Lutheran Howl- lowa deaths *W!iL*T errr - s«A9run^^ i. Mary J. Richeredt, 76; Floyd Edgar, KVAN IWANION ^MELBOURNE - Eugene Saylor, 90. MERRILL — Mrs. Theodore Hecht, 79. MlLFORD - Ttrena bht«ly, 17; Wll. ^Jblul' Des Moines births CORT - Mr., and Mrs. Jack, 2732 Lvon son, Saturday at Iowa Lutheran Steven, LACK!ERS'HIRE — Mr. and Mrs. '. 1202 Bovd St.. a son/ Saturday a itheran Hosoltal. it Iowa McNAIR — Mr. and Mr*. Dale, Boone. yllle,ardeuohfer, Saturday at Mercy a™, Sa cat Center. Rescue and fire calls J«_NlnthSt,,lnyestloetlon. lalnut St., auto. $>-m oil t and Tiffin Oi4i^'s.l7Hni»f«'brlvi!; l «lget r ieal. 0:52-Forty-seventn Street and University . .Avenue, rescue. :4l—1414 Harrison Ave v rescue. 1:4?—2701 E. Indianapolis Ave., auto. 1:43—10 S.E. Lilly St., logs. 1:41-2201 S.E. Bell Ave., rescue. md Clark (treat*, reicue. aver Avenue and Douglas Avenue, resc 3:5§-lJ14Huttpn Aye., rescue. 1:24—E. Twenty-fifth Street and Unlver- ilty Avenue! 4:24-2413 611 :24—24 :30-T< wei it.,rescue. ih Street and University Avenue. Investigation. 9:46-1310 York St., Investigation. 3oys Club to fly lags downtown American flags will be mounted on every light pole on Locust Street from Ninth to ''irst streets in downtown Des Moines Monday under a bicen- ennial project of the Boys' lub of Des Moines, club mem- >ers said. The club hopes to fly U.S. ags on light poles on Locust nd Walnut streets and Grand .venue, from Twelfth Street to he Statehouse, on Labor Day nd six other holidays, board member Peter Flynn said. The flags are sponsored by etail merchants and business rms at $35 each, Flynn said. We've got to generate a lot more support if we are to achieve our final goal," he said. Holdup man finds purse is empty An armed robber attempted to rob a Des Moines woman Saturday afternoon, but found his victim didn't have any money. Police said Jean Minahan, 33, of 1614 Twelfth St., was walking near her home Saturday afternoon when a man approached her, pointed a gun and demanded her money. She told the robber she didn't have any money and the culprit then searched her purse. Finding nothing, the man then fled on foot, police said. k KATHRVN K. RONClERS Services for Kathryn Keele Mongers, 79. of 2715 Mondami Ave., will be 11 a.m. Tuesda it St. John's Catholic Jhurch, with burial at Glen- iale Cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 3 p.m. and 7 :30 p.m. Monday at the Caldwell-B r i e n- Robbins Funer- il Home. Mrs. Bongers, who died Thursday at Mercy Hospital fol lowing a heart'attack, Was a native of Del Moines and was a former clerk at Wolf's clothing store. She was a member of St John's Altar and Rosary Society, Catholic Daughters, the Dowling Club and Guild, and the Rainbow Division Auxiliary Survivors include a son, Dr Leo Bongers of Hanover, Kan. three daughters, Mary Dearing of Leucadia, Calif., and Mary K. Tenborg and Margaret A Senn, both of Des Moines; a sister, Sister Mary Carlos Keeler of Clinton; 24 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. RYAN P. SWANSON Services for Ryan Paul Swanson, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Swanson of 1913 E. Twenty-seventh Court, will be at 1 p.m Tuesday at Sunshine Open Bible Church, with burial at Oakwood Cemetery in Pleasant Hill. The boy, lifelong resi dent of Des Moines, died Friday at University Hospitals in Iowa City of a congenital heart defect. Besides his parents, the boy is survived by his paterna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Swanson of Des Moines; bis maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. F. N. Anderson o Des Moines; his maternal great-grandfather, Johnnie Robbins of Des Moines; and his paternal great-grandmother Mina Dreyer of Des Moines. Friends may call at Hamilton's Funeral Home. GERTRUDE A. FREYTAG Gertrude A. Freytag, 81, o Ankeny, died Saturday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital of heart failure. The body w i 11 be cremated and interred at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Freytag, a native of Pen nsylvania, lived in Des H? Moines nine years. She was a housewife and a member of the Lutheran Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Max Hoy of Ankeny, Mrs. Walter Garrity of Oceanside, Calif., and Mrs. John Capperella of Baltimore, Md.; a sister, Mrs. George Austin of White Plains, N.Y.; six grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren. BASIL L. WALTERS Services for Basil L. (Stuffy) Walters, 79, of Frankfort, Ind., a former managing editor of The Des Moines Register and Tribune, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Goodwin Funeral Home in Frankfort. Mr. Walters died Friday of an apparent heart attack in a Frankfort hospital. He worked for the Richmond, Ind., Palladium-Item, Indianap olis, Ind., Star and Milwaukee, Wis., Journal before joining The Register and Tribune in 1928. He left the newspapers in 1937 and worked for the Minneapolis, Minn., Star-Journal and Tribune, Knight Newspapers chain and the Chicago Daily News before retiring in 1961. IZETTA NELSON Services for Izetta Nelson, 78, of Joliet, 111., and formerly of Des Moines, will be at noon Tuesday at Hamilton's Funeral Home, with burial at Glendale Cemetery. Mrs. Nelson, who died in Joliet Thursday following a cerebral hemorrhage, lived in Des Moines 55 years before moving ROY •RADPORD MAMII L. WAVIRIN» OIRTRUDKA. MIYTAO 10Y BRADFORD Services for Roy Bradford !7. of 3328 E. Twelfth St., wi oe at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ris ing Sun Church of Christ, east of Des Moines, With burial at Stuart Teme- tery, near Adelphi. Mr. B r a d- ford, a native <f Adelphi. died Friday at 'orthwest Hos- )ital following a stroke. A Des Moines residen for 62 years, he was a forme Polk County deputy sheriff, and former employe at the low State Fairgrounds. He was a member of the Rising Sur Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife Hazel; a daughter, Etta Brown of Des Moines; four sons, Ron aid and Robert, both of De Moines, Donald of Arvada felif., and Gerald of Thayer 22 grandchildren; 41 great grandchildren; and severa great-great-grandchildren. MAMIE L. WAVERING Services for Mamie L. Wa vering, 80, of 2230 E. Grand will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Hamilton's Funera Home, with burial at High- 1 a n d Memory Gardens. Mrs. Waver ing, a native 01 Quincy, 111. died Thursday at Mercy Hospital of pneu monia. She ha< lived in Des Moines 62 years and was a former manager o Haddon's Leather Goods a Merle Hay Mall. She was member of the AMVETS Aux liary and St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Survivors include her hus band, Walter; a daughter, Lu cille Hoovler of Des Moines; son, Robert of Des Moines; and two grandchildren. DORIS A. STAPLES Services for Doris A. staples 61, of 3505 E. Seventh St., wil be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday a Hamilton's Funeral Home, with burial at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Staples, a housewife, died Friday at Mercy Hospital after heart surgery. She was lifelong Des Moines resident and was a member of the Union Park Christian Church. Survivors include her hus- »nd, Leland; a son, Robert o Des Moines; her father, John C. Lewis of Des Moines; and a granddaughter. RONALD L. BURBRIDGE Services for RonalcTLawrence Burbridge, 22, of Medicine Lodge, Kan., and formerly of Des Moines, will be at 10 a.m Monday at First Methodist Church in Medicine Lodge. He died Friday at a Wichita, Kan., hospital of Hodgkin's disease. He lived most of his life in Des Moines before moving to Kanas four years ago. Survivors nclude his parents, and a sis- er. ALPH L. HUGHES he Register's lew* New* iervlce LORIMOR, IA. - Services for Ralph L. Hughes, 79, who died Friday at his home here, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Collins Funeral Home in Winterset. Survivors include his wife; three sons, including Ronald of Des Moines; a sister, a brother, 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. MINNIE MENDENHALL The Rentier'* low* New* Iervlce OSKALOOSA, IA. - Graveside services for Minnie Mendenhall, 94, of Oskaloosa, who died Thursday at a Des Moines nursing home, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Forest Cemetery here. Survivors include two sons, a daughter and a brother, Floyd Hess of Des Moines. CARRIE SAYRE The Rentier's low* New* Service NEWTON, IA. - Services for DORII A. 1TAPLIS to Joliet in 1970. She was a Carrie Sayre, 75, of Newton, native of Mount Pisgah, Ky. Survivors include a son, Ralph of Fort Dodge; a daughter, Wanda Lou Klootwyk of Joliet; a brother, Ivan Walters of Spokane, Wash.; a sister, Bertha Keith, of Bedford; eight grandchildren; and a great- grandchild. who died Friday at a hospital here, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Toland-Wallace Funeral Home here. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Herbert Camp of Des Moines; a son; three brothers; three sisters; a grandchild; and five great-grandchildren. LAURA V. SMITH Services (or Laura Viola Smith, 65, of Kearney, Ariz and formerly of DCS Moines will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Dahlstrom's Funeral Home with burial at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Smith, who died Wednesday in Arizona of arteriosclerosis, lived in Des Moines most of her life. A housewife, she was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Colleen Gillaspy of Kearney; a son, Randall ol Yuma, Ariz.; two sisters, Ruth McNeil ol Apache Junction, Ariz., and Margaret Been of Cedar Rapids; two brothers, Harld Vickroy of Iowa City and Jack Vickroy of Detroit, Mich.; six grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. DAVID McCONKEY Services for David (Cleve) McConkey, 88, of 1937 Courtland Drive, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Tort 1 n i Funeral Home, with burial at Chapel Hill Gardens. A Des Moines native, Mr. McConkey died Friday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center following a heart a 11 a c k. He founded the McConkey Masonry "o. and was a masonry contractor. He was a member of the Elks Lodge, Pioneer Club of Des Moines, American Association of Retired Persons, and of Clifton Heights Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor; a daughter, Kathryrt Lehman of Des Moines; three sons, Robert, Joseph and Jack, all of Des Moines; three brothers, Erwing, Carl and Daniel, all of Des Moines; a stepson, Richard Fogue of Des Moines; 14 grandchildren; and 23 great- grandchildren. The family suggests memorial contributions to Clifton Heights Presbyterian Church. JOHN HAUPTLY TM RtflMWt Iowa New* Service McCALLSBURG, IA. - Serv ices for John Hauptly, 84, of McCallsburg, who died Saturday at a Zearing nursing home will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday a| Bethany Lutheran Church here Survivors include his wife, a daughter, a son, a brother, two sisters and five grandchildren. DAVID MtCONKIY 2 die in Alaska plane crash GAMBELL, ALASKA (AP) A Wien Airlines flight with 31 persons aboard crashed Saturday afternoon as it approached the Gambell Airfield, airline officials said. Two persons, both crew members, were confirmed dead. Besides the two dead, eight other passengers were missing and 21 were injured or in shock, according to Wien officials. Gambell is 160 miles southwest of Nome. Wien Airlines flies only within Alaska. Viking launch delayed CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA. AP) ~ The launch of a second Viking probe of Mars was post- xmde for at least one day until Tuesday after technicians potted trouble Saturday in the pacecraft's radio equipment. Helicopter crash scene Collins residents view the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed after It had hit utility lines while flying low around the Story Gouty town. The pilot, Roger Pointer of Maxwell, and Us passenger, Richard Snyder of Cotilni, were listed In satisfactory condition late Saturday at an Ames hospital. The home in the upper left hand corner to Snyder'i home. Helicopter crashes in ByALANKOONSE Ret liter Stall Writer COLLINS, IA. — Two persons were injured Saturday morning when their helicopter hit utility lines and crashed on a residential street here, in southeastern Story County, authorities said. Story County sheriff's officers identified the men as Roger Pointer, 31, of Maxwell, the pilot of the helicopter, and his passenger, Richard Snyder, 54, of Collins. The privately owned two-seat copter crashed about 10 a.m., less than a half-block from the home of Snyder, who operates a service station here. The two were taken by ambulance to Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames, where both were listed in satisfactory condition late Saturday. Hospital officials said Pointer hits wires, street suffered multiple lacerations, and Snyder suffered a broken ankle. Marie Morrison, a witness to the crash, said the helicopter had been flying around the town and was making a low pass in the neighborhood when it hit the power lines and crashed into the street. Deputy Sheriff Virgil Buffing ton said Pointer told officers that the aircraft apparently ran into trouble when it ran low on fuel. Pointer told officers that as he tried to set the helicopter down the remaining fuel shifted in the tanks, causing the craft io go off balance and clip the wires. Morrison and other nearby residents gave the two injured men first-aid before the ambu lance arrived. Slaughtirhoust raid CHICAGO HEIGHTS, ILL. (AP) — An unlicensed slaughterhouse that authorities said turned a profit of about $2,000 each weekend was raided Saturday by state police and II- 'ijnois Department of Agriculture officials. Woman killed; walked into plane propeller LOVELAND, COLO. (AP) Gertrude Baxter, 56, of Omaha, Neb., was killed Friday night when she walked into the propeller of a light airplane at the Fort Collins-Lovcland Airport. Authorities said she exited the plane to guide her husband into he parking area and walked into the propeller. Gunmen seized PALESTINE, ILL. (AP) One of two gunmen who held up the Farmer's State Bank at Palestine was seized Saturday when the getaway car stalled in ront of the bank. Caroline nears southern Texas BROWNSVILLE, TEX. (AP) — South Texans kept a wary eye Saturday on Hurricane Caroline as she churned on a westerly course toward a sparsely populated area of northeastern Mexico. Caroline, packing winds of 100 miles per hour and gales extending outward 75 miles, was moving at about 10 miles an hour late in the day toward an area halfway between Brownsville and Tampico, Mexico, almost the same spoLwhere deadly hurricane Beulah crashed ashore in 1967 before turning north into Texas. Saturday evening Caroline was 150 miles south of Brownsville and 65 miles fro mthe Mexican coast. H AM"ar ToninT Funeral e. Interment Chapel Hill r ~~" SMIT etery, tH • — services for .Mr«. Laura V. Smith of Mesa, Arizona. - ly of Des Moin ' th aurel Hill. SERVICE ~ services Schedulort Hamilton's Funeral Home {prmerly of De* Moines, wl'lfo* i th *i Hfir ral P.M "Tuesday e. Int m e. Interm PAHLST TUESDAY OY BRADFORD 20 East Twelfth Street "'sing Church of Christ Stuart Cemetery, Adelphi, Iowa MRS. IZETTA NELSON Jot er, IJllnoll, formerly of Moines 12 Noon at the Funeral Horn* Glendale Cemetery Sun Des MRS. DORIS A. STAPLES 35M East Seventh Sir ' 1:30 PM at the tuner., Laurel Hill Cemetery he funeral home L SWANSON. -,- •*.. —,. . wantv-ievenlh Court 1PM af the Sunshine Open Bible Church Oakwood Cemetery ' MRS MAMIE L. WAVERIN8 2230 East Grand Ave. if.:*?. A.M. at the Funeral Home Highland Memory Garden* - FOR INFORMATION REGARDING SERVICES FOR ROY BRADFORD 3320 East Twelfth MRS. DORIS STAPLES 3505 Eatt seventh HAMILTON'S 243-5221 "ATYi my L. McConkey ...._ J:30 P.M. Sunday at the Hlsini Sun Church of Christ, interment Lowman Cemetery. Friends may call et the Richardson Funeral Home Ip Carlisle. 989-3510. BlATTY — Services for Harlan A. Beally of of Waukee, will ^e held Monday, 2 P.M. at the Funeral Home. Interment Waukee Cemetery. CHAMBERLAIN-FISHER HUGHES - Services for Ralph L. Hughes of Lorlmor will be Tuesday 10 AM at the Collins Funeral Home. Interment Winterset Cemetery, Memorials to heert fund. OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 5 IANVWHIMINIOWA Personally Designed and Custom Built To Fit Your Needs ^QUALITY AT COMPITITIVI PRICES" I 'I JL jr GARAGE DISPLAYS ot 5277-2nd Ave. • OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6AIAGIS, GARA6IS. Any tizt garag« with four-inch concrete floor, wind braced double wall construction, ovtrh«ad door, wvice door, choice of siding, all labor and materials. Other sizes, and Do-lt-Yourself kits available. W« luild •wilding* it last. . . St* Our $!»•«'• ••for* You Buyl mi STYROFOAM INSULATION with *v*ry garage) ROOM ADDITIONS It your family outgrowing your home? <Why not odd more living spoce? 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