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Anderson," Mayor Harry Kinney said. The 30-minute memorial service will start at 3 p.m. in the Civic Plaza downtown. U.S. Sen.

Pete Domenici, Rep. Manuel Lujan Gov. Toney Anaya and Sister Celestia of St. Joseph Hospital have been invited to participate. Other participants will include the mayor, Roy Bidwell, president of the chamber and a representative of the ballooning community.

The Albuquerque Boys Choir will perform. Anderson, 48, and his co-pilot, Don Ida of Longmont, were killed Monday in West Germany while flying in the Gordon Bennett International Balloon Race. They crashed as they tried to land their helium balloon to avoid being blown over East Germany. Anderson's body was to be returned to Albuquerque today. Private services will be conducted Saturday before the public memorial.

Mrs. Anderson has asked four close family friends, all of Albuquerque, to speak at the private services, to be conducted in St. Timothy Lutheran Church. They are Leland Erdahl, Rich Schwaebel, Jim Mitchell and Steven Lunseth, a nephew of Mrs. Anderson.

Among those attending will be Domenici and Lujan. While in Washington, Lujan paid tribute on the House floor to Anderson, saying, "Maxie helped to lift the spirits and feelings of America as high and as beautiful as the balloon he flew. When you look into the sky over Albuquerque and see spectacular splashes of beauty, Maxie Anderson comes to mind. His achievements, his competitive spirit and his thirst for challenge made Maxie a true American The ballooning fraternity of Albuquerque voted to dedicate this year's Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, to be conducted Oct. 1-9, to Anderson and Ida.

Bilingual testing planned July 23 A Spanish language proficiency, test for bilingual teachers will be administered July 23 at the University of New Mexico. Those who pass the exam, sanctioned by the state Department of Education, will meet the of the week TH. JULY HAVE A SAFE DAY (Tribune photo by Norm Bergsma) Don't shoot! A male part boxer wishes a safe a.m. Saturday at the Animal Fourth of July to his friends and a Control Center, 8920 Lomas Blvd. new home for himself.

He is white N.E. He will cost $23.64 plus $4 with black markings and will be for his license. Last week's pet was available for adoption at 10:30 adopted. 'Chicago 7' judge dead at 87 CHICAGO (AP) Julius J. Hoffman, the stern former federal judge who gained worldwide attention for his temperamental handling of one of the most tumultuous trials of the Vietnam War era the Chicago 7 conspiracy trial died at his home today.

He was 87. Hoffman served nearly 30 years on the federal bench in Chicago. A diminutive man with an acerbic wit, Hoffman tried hundreds of cases but none attracted as much international attention as the trial of the Chicago 7, which lasted from September 1969 to February 1970. Hoffman always defended his handling of the controversial case, in which five of seven defendants were convicted of conspiracy to cross state lines to incite riots at the time of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. The convictions were overturned and a federal appeals court was critical of Hoffman's conduct.

Hoffman cited defense attorney William Kunstler for contempt and had defendant Bobby Seale bound and gagged during the trial. Kunstler, reached today in New York, said, "During the trial, we (including Hoffman) were very antagonistic, but over the years, as I learned more about the background of the case I realized Judge Hoffman was just as victimized as we were." funeral notices ANGELO Mary Concetta Angelo, 76, a resident here 20 years, died Thursday in a local hospital following a brief illness. She is survived by two daughters, Pat Streib of Boise, Idaho, and Gail Diamond and husband Irvin of Albuquerque; four grandchildren, Susan Zimmerman and Sherri Streib of Boise, Kristie and Patrick Diamond of Albuquerque; three sisters, Sally Amico and Josephine Geraci, both of Rochester, N.Y., and Florence DeMarco of Miami, Fla. Mrs. Angelo was a member Risen Savior Parish.

Mass of Christian burial will be Saturday at 9 a.m. in the chapel of Gate of Heaven Mausoleum. Interment will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. The rosary be recited today at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle Blvd.

N.E. FINLEY Ruth Crosser Finley, 91, a resident of Albuquerque since 1952. and of New Mexico since 1912, died Thursday following an illness. She is survived by son, Brian H. Finley and wife Helen of Albuquerque; two grandchildren, Martha Finley of Albuquerque and Brian Finley preceded in death by husSeattle, Wash.

Stee was band, Brian Finley, who was associated with the A.T. S.F. Railroad in Gallup. Mrs. Finley taught school and was a school principal in Gallup from 1912 until 1952, after which she moved to Albuquerque.

Mrs. Finley worked at the Veteran's Administration hospital from 1957 until 1965, was a member of the Episcopal Church, past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star, past president of the American Legion Auxiliary, a member of P.E.O., and a supporter of the All Faiths Home. Following cremation, memorial services will be held In the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle Blvd. N.E., Wednesday at 1 p.m. The family prefers memorials to the All Faith's Receiving Home, P.O.

Box 6573, Albuquerque, N.M. 87197. Garcia Mortuary GRIEGO Adam E. Griego, 73, a resident of Albuquerque, passed away Thursday. Mr.

Griego is survived by two sons, Adam and Clemente Griego of Albuquerque; a daughter, Rita Martinez of Las Vegas; two sisters, Margaret Chavez a and Josie Bustamante of Grants; four brothers, Manuel Griego of Albuquerque, Steve, Bennie and Alex Griego of Grants; also four grandchildren. Mr. Griego was a member of the St. Charles Church. Rosary will be recited tonight at 7:30 at the Garcia Mortuary Chapel.

Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday from the St. Charles Church where mass will be celebrated at 9:15 a.m. Interment will be at the National Cemetery in Santa Fe at 11:30 a.m. with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth St. and Stover Ave.

S.W., in charge of service arrangements. QUINTANA Funeral services for Jesus Quintana were conducted today from the Sacred Heart Church where mass was celebrated. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth St. and Stover Ave. S.W., in charge of service arrangements.

GARCIA MORTUARY, Inc. (SINCE 1918) 7 8 on Stover Ave. S.W. 243-5222 The Albuquerque Tribune, Friday, July 1, 1983 C-17 weather data NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST to 7 PM EST 7-1-83 29.77 29.77 COLD MINNEAPOLIS BOSTON HIGH STATIC 30.00 NEW YORK VA FAIR CHICAGO HUMID LOW SAN FRANCISCO DENVER L. Low 30.00 LOS ANGELES HOT HIGHEST DALLAS TEMPERATURES 80 NEW ORLEANS MIAMI LEGEND 80 RAIN AIR 90 90 WIZ SHOWERS FLOW UPI WEATHER FOTOCAST Tornadoes rip Midwest By United Press International Nearly a dozen tornadoes tore through the upper Midwest, wrecking buildings, knocking out power and snapping off trees 3 to 4 feet above ground.

Up to 8 inches of rain from accompanying storms threatened flash floods today in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Severe thunderstorms with winds to 70 mph and damaging hail pounded a path from Texas to North Dakota and east to Ohio Thursday. Flash flood watches covered all of south-central and southeast Minnesota, and the Kickapoo Basin of southwestern Wisconsin. Tornadoes were sighted Thursday and Thursday night in North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ohio. The National Weather Service said some of the sightings may have been the same tornado touching down in different places.

In North Dakota, tornado sightings but no damage were reported northwest and north of New Salem, west of Bismarck. Half a dozen sightings were reported in southeastern Minnesota, west and south of Minneapolis. A tornado near Pequayam Lake snapped trees off 3 to 4 feet above ground. Other tornadoes were reported at Le Sueur, St. Bonifacius, the western Minneapolis suburbs of Mayer and Gaylord, and near Flying Cloud airport west of the city.

High winds and hail swept through northwestern Wisconsin. Tornadoes were reported at Sanborn and west of Lancaster, but no damage was reported from them. Large hail damaged several cars in Douglas County, and wind knocked out power in parts of Bayfield County. In Ohio, a tornado was reported in Pickaway County. In Minnesota, the tornado at Mayer damaged several farm buildings.

A severe thunderstorm swept from west to east through southern Minnesota. It dropped golfball-sized hail on Franklin, lashed Mankato with 60 mph winds, overturned several mobile homes and downed trees and power lines in Faribault, and dumped 8 inches of rain on Steele County. Three families on U.S. 52 in Preston were forced from their homes due to rising water, and water filled some basem*nts in Hayfield. Spanish language proficiency requirement for bilingual-bicultural endorsem*nt on the New Mexico teaching certificafeterested persons may register for the exam by contacting the UNM department of modern and classical languages.

1100 Coal Ave. S.E., in charge of arrangements. DELARA A- Rosary for Virginia Delara will be recited today at 7:45 p.m. in Palm Chapel of strong Thorne 1100 Coal Ave. in be celebrated Saturday at 9:30 a.m.

at San Jose Catholic Church. Pallbearers will be Patrick Baca, Randy Miranda, Manuel Delara, Leonard Delara, Johnny Denistran and Anthony Delara. Interment will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. The family will receive friends anytime at 5116 Atrisco Place N.W. DWYER Rosary for Anna Dwyer will be recited today at 7:30 p.m.

in Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal Fern, Ave.S.E. Mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church. Pallbearers will be John Fackelman, Carl Csinnjinni, Joseph Rideout, Fran Verville, Frank Chavez and Jim Doolittle. Interment will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, prayers and masses would be greatly appreciated. ILLMAN Funeral services for Dora Illman were held today in Palm Chapel of StrongThorne, 1100 Coal Ave. S.E., with the Rev. Robert M. Taylor officiating.

She will be taken to the Esterdahl Funeral Home in 1 Moline, for services and burial there. KOPCZYNSKI Sadie E. Kopczynski, 83, a resident of Albuquerque since 1975, passed away on Wednesday. She is survived by two daughters, Helen Kopzynski, Albuquerque, and Frances Jerome, Freeport, N. two grandchildren, Claudia Jerome and Jennifer Jerome, both of Freeport, N.Y.; three brothers, Walter Kazmierczak and Joseph Kazmierezak, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Edward Kazmierczak, Albany, N.Y.

She was a member of St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church. She has been taken to the Trzaska Funeral Home in Brooklyn, N.Y., for services and burial there. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal Ave. S.E., in charge of arrangements.

LEESON Funeral services for Agnes H. Leeson will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Lindrith Baptist Church in Lindrith with the Rev. Roy Penka officiating. Interment will be in Lindrith Cemetery, Lindrith.

She will lie in state in the Drawing Room at Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal Ave. S.E., today until 9 p.m. SIMANEK Memorial services for Annabel Lee Simanek will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Marks on the Mesa Episcopal Church with the Rev.

Gordon E. Macaulay officiating. StrongThorne, 1100 Coal Ave. S.E., in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St.

Marks on the Mesa Episcopal Church, 431 Richmond Place N.E. 87106, or to the V.F.W. National Home, Eaton Rapids, 48827. SMITH The family of LeRoy L. Smith express their appreciation to all who were so kind and sympathetic at the time of their recent loss.

Thorne, 1100 Coal Ave. in charge of Strone arrangements. Alameda Mortuary 9420 Fourth St. NW 898-3160 Modern Facilities Funeral Director "Tony" Santillanes The Steele County Sheriff's Department said either very high winds or a tornado tore roofs off a handful of farm buildings and flattened hundreds of trees north of Medford. A semi jackknifed on Interstate 35 midway between Minneapolis and the Iowa border.

Strong winds destroyed a barn and damaged the roof of a house near Coldwater, Mich. Winds downed trees and power lines in Marengo and near Marshall. Heavy thunderstorms over western Nebraska and South Dakota dropped three-quarter inch hail on Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, S.D. Golfball to baseballsize hail and up to 60 mph winds struck Valentine, Neb. Crestview Mortuary BODENWEISER Mary E.

Bodenweiser, beloved wife of Dr. Lewis E. Bodenweiser and mother of Donald Bodenweiser, died at a local hospital Wednesday. She is survived her mother, Jane Hodge; sister, Carol Jennings; brothers, James, Phillip, Roger and Michael Annis. A requiem mass will be held on Wednesday, July 6, from the St.

Peter's Anglican Church, 811 Pennsylvania St. N.E., with Father Bradley as celebrant. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Peter's Anglican Church building fund, 811 Pennsylvania St. E.

Arrangements by the Crestview Funeral Home, 7601 Wyoming Blvd. N.E. WALLACE Ellen F. Wallace, 81, a resident of Albuquerque for three years, coming from Colorado Springs, died at a local hospital Wednesday. She is survived by her daughter, Ann Elford of Albuquerque; 10 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.

Mrs. Wallace has been taken to the Carter's Funeral Home in New York for funeral services and burial. Local arrangements by the Crestview Funeral Home, 7601 Wyoming Blvd. N.E. Salazar and Sons VELASQUEZ Funeral services for Gilbert (Veto) Velasquez will be held Saturday at San Felipe Church at 10 a.m.

Burial will follow at the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Joe Velasquez, Orlando Chavez, Jerry Gutierrez, Joseph Benavidez and Jessie Mascuranas Jr. The rosary will be recited tonight at 7:30 at the Salazar Sons Mortuary, Third St. and Lead Ave. S.W.

DURAN Funeral services for Miguel A. Duran will be held, Saturday at 9 a.m. at the San' Felipe Church. Burial will follow at the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Albert, A.

George, Mike Gilbert and Phillip Duran Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be Phillip Duran Sr. and Jose Duran. The rosary will be recited tonight at 8 at the Salazar and Sons, Third St. and Lead Ave.

S.W. LUCERO The family of Samuel Lucero wish to thank everyone who joined them at the rosary and funeral services and to all those who were so kind during this time of loss. Fitzgerald and Son ANDERSON Services for Maxie L. Anderson will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in St.

Timothy's Lutheran Church for family and friends, not open to the general public. Pastor George A. West will officiate. The family prefers memorials to the Maxie L. Anderson Memorial Fund, St.

Joseph Hospital Foundation, 400 Walter St. N.E. 87102, or St. Timothy's Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 211 Jefferson St. N.E., 87108.

The body of Mr. Anderson will lie in state Saturday from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle Blvd. N.E., for family and close friends.

FLOWERS SAY IT ALL And Peoples makes the difference Peoples 1 OW 884-1600 SALAS Petra Salas, resident of Albuquerque, passed away early today. Mrs. Salas is survived by three sons, Eusebio Benavidez of El Paso, Texas, Henry Salas and George Trujillo of Los Angeles, two daughters, Elsie Segura and Concha a mire of Albuquerque; also 24 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Salas member of the Aposento Alto Asemblea de Dios Church.

She will lie in state today to 7 p.m. Services will be held tonight at 7:30 at the Garcia Mortuary Chapel. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Garcia Mortuary Chapel. Interment will be at Fairview Memorial Park with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth St.

and Stover Ave. S.W., in charge of service arrangements. French Mortuary CHIADO James Chiado, 74, a lifelong resident of Albuquerque, died in a local hospital Thursday. He is survived by his wife, Marcella M. Chiado of the home; daughters, Annette Frazier, Albuquerque, and Jane Hubener, Santa Ana, five grandchildren; mother, Anna Chiado, Albuquerque; sisters, Mary Albuquerque, and Nina Wood, Alan ogordo.

He was a member of the Word of Faith Outreach Center, Albuquerque Services will be held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel in the Garden of the French Mortuary with Pastor Don Gordon officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers will be James V. and Ronald V.

Frazier, Robert V. May, and Julian, Tom and Gilbert Sanchez. Friends may visit French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. N.E., until 9 p.m. today.

EVERSGERD James "Jamie" Paul Eversgerd, 16, a resident of Chama for three years, died Wednesday in a local hospital. He is survived by his parents, Alvin L. and Belva Jo Eversgerd, Chama; brothers, Jesse and Jon, Chama; sister, Mary Elizabeth, Chama; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B.

Eversgerd; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Chance; and many cousins and friends. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Chama, was active in the Youth Group at First Baptist, and loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing and winter sports.

Rosary will be recited today at p.m. in the Chapel in the Garden of the French Mortuary. Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in Chapel in the Garden of the French Mortuary with Fred Ward, pastor, officiating. Cremation will take place at Sunset Memorial Park Crematory.

Memorial services held in Chama on July 10 at 2 p.m. Honorary pallbearers will be Jon Foreman, Jon Vanderford, Eric Hurd, Barry Shomaker, Joe Ortega, Dennis Cashdollar, Billy Lee Tarrant, Jim Ortega, Romie Eversgerd, Marc Eversgerd and Greg Chance. The family requests memorial contributions be made to Southwest Oncology Group, 4450 Medical Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78229. Attention E. David Crawford, MD.

Friends may visit French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. N.E., today until 6 p.m. SALMON "Pappy" Sal- MORTUARY 1111 niversity 843-6333 mon, 88, a resident of Albuquerque since the early 1930s, died in a local hospital Thursday. He is survived by his grandsons, Robertom McCoy, Salmon, Bloomfield, York City; granddaughters, Patricia L. Charlston, Indonesia, formerly of Albuquerque, and Janice Bauman, Grand Junction, great -grandsons, Scott Hinkle, Albuquerque, Robert E.

McCoy Bloomfield, and Brian Bauman, Grand Junction, great-granddaughters, Mynette McCoy, Las Cruces, La Vergne McCoy, Bloomfield, Tamba McCoy, Napa, and Barbara Akin, Dolores, nephews, Milton F. Lechner, Tam Webb and Joe Salmon, all of Bloomfield, and Jack Webb, Tucson, and a niece, Dorothy Sullivan, Bloomfield. He was a poet laureate, having published a book of poetry. He was a farmer, rancher, an original settler of the San Juan Basin, a businessman, and a supervisor of range management with Bureau of Land Management. He was preceded 111 death by his Eva, who was a school teacher.

Services will be announced by French Mortuary, 1111 University Blvd. N.E. Strong Thorne ARCHER- Mildred D. Archer, 86, a resident of Albuquerque for 34 years, passed away in a local nursing home Thursday. She is survived by her husband, Louie T.

Archer, Albuquerque; two nieces, Ann Babco*ck and Betty Brown and husband Edward all of Albuquerque; one sister, Dorothy Obenour, Zanesville, Ohio. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. She was organist for five years at First United Methodist Church and 20 years at Trinity United Methodist Church. She directed the "Youth Choir of 65" that was renowned. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m.

at the Trinity United Methodist Church with the Rev Loyd Cain officiating and assisted by Dr. Edward E. Hamilton. Private interment will be in Sandia Memory Gardens. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal Ave.

S.E., in charge of arrangements. Those that desire may make contributions to the Trinity United Methodist Church improvement fund, or music 3715 Silver St. S.E., 87108. DAVIS Jettie Florence (David) Davis, 81, a resident of Catron County since 1917, died Thursday at Quemado. Mrs.

Davis is survived by three children and their spouses, Jewell and Donald Reid of Albuquerque, Thomas H. (Tom) and Ida Belle Davis, Fairvax, and David and Martha Davis, Aztec; surviving grandchildren, Thomas H. Davis Robert A. Davis, Michael Reid, Richard Lee Davis, Karen Davis, Debra Armstrong, Byrd Alton Armstrong, Sandra Armstrong and Dale Armstrong; and five surviving great-grandchildren. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Quemado.

She had ranching and feed store interests in Quemado. Memorial services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Quemado with the Rev. Gus Bogan and the Rev. Thomas H.

Davis Jr. officiating. Cremation has taken place at Fairview Park Crematory. Strong-thorne, MAULDIN'S FLOWERS 265-1019 FRUIT FLOWER BASKETS PLANTS Because You're Special 721 SAN MATEO NE Hot weekend ahead The weather will continue to be hot in Albuquerque with the highs in the mid- today and Saturday. Winds will be variable in the 10 to 15 mph range tonight.

Temperatures tonight will be in the low 60s. The outlook for the remainder of the July Fourth weekend calls for fair weather with hot afternoons, the National Weather Service said. The extended weather forecast for New Mexico Sunday through Monday calls for mostly sunny days and fair nights. Temperatures will con- The city Readings Airport high: 96 Airport low: 61 Valley high: 92 Valley low: 50 Normal mean temp: 78 Record high: 100 in 1973 Record low: 56 in 1935 8 a.m. humidity: 24 percent.

Precipitation Precip yesterday: none Precip for month: 1.21 0.70 inch above norm for month Air Dust: good Smog: moderate Carbon monoxide: good The state By The Associated Press Here are Thursday's high and low temperatures: Alamogordo 98 60 Albuquerque 96 61 Carlsbad 103 65 Chama 77 38 Clayton 92 51 Cloudcroft 78 53 Clovis 99 66 Deming 101 54 Espanola 88 43 Farmington 88 50 Gallup 86 46 Grants 90 44 Hobbs 102 71 Las Cruces 102 49 Las Vegas 86 51 Los Alamos 85 57 Quemado 87 36 Raton 86 42 Red River 75 35 Roswell 101 69 Silver City 92 52 Socorro 98 51 or 97 64 Tucumcan 99 66 The world By The Associated Press Temperatures and weather conditions from midnight to midnight on previous day. Hi Lo Wthr Amsterdam 64 57 cdy Athens 88 66 cir Bangkok 93 84 cir Barbados 88 79 cdy Beirut 81 68 cir Belgrade 73 55 cdy Berlin 73 55 cdy Bogota 63 45 cdy tinue above the seasonal levels. Highs will be in the mid-70s and 80s in the mountains and extreme northern part of the state. Highs will be around 100 on the southern border. Lows will be most in the 40s in the mountains and from 50s to the 60s elsewhere.

The hottest in the state Thursday was 103 degrees at Carlsbad while Hobbs and Las Cruces hit 102. Eagle Nest had the lowest daytime maximum with a pleasant 75 degrees. The nation By The Associated Press Temperatures indicate previous day's high and overnight low 8 a.m. EDT Hi Lo Pre Otik Albany 81 60 cay Albuquerque 96 62 cir Amarillo 101 72 cdy Anchorage 69 53 05 cdy Asheville 82 65 62 cdy Atlanta 91 71 .57 cir 71 cir Atlantic City Austin 94 .02 cay Baltimore 76 cay Billings 80 55 Birmingham 88 70 .20 cdy Bismarck 54 coy 77 Boise 79 60 In Boston 84 62 Brownsvile 95 80 cdy Buffalo 81 02 cdy 70 Burlington 83 67 cdy Casper 81 34 cdy 88 76 .01 cdy 91 70 .33 cir Charlotte.N.C, 70 .14 cdy Cheyenne 81 50 cdy 85 67 .33 Chicago Cincinnati 88 70 cir Cleveland 88 69 35 cdy .77 88 72 cdy Columbus 87 67 1.09 cir 76 Dallas-Ft Worth 96 cdy Dayton 82 68 2.02 cir Denver 88 58 cir Des Moines 91 70 02 Detroit 82 69 .76 cdy Duluth 78 58 20 cdy El Paso 102 71 cir Fairbanks 73 63 .07 cdy 77 Fargo 56 cdy 77 Flagstaff 42 cir 57 Great Falls Hartford 57 Helena 74 56 83 Honolulu 87 74 Houston 90 78 cdy Indianapolis 84 72 .02 cdy Jackson Miss. 92 75 cdy Jacksonville 89 70 .28 cdy B'Aires Cairo Caracas Copenhagen Dublin Frankfurt Geneva Havana Helsinki Hong Kong Jerusalem Jo burg Kiev Juneau 48 Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock 94 Los Angeles 87 Louisville 49 Lubbock Memphis 86 Miami Milwaukee 86 66 Mpls-St Paul 88 Nashville 88 New Orleans 90 New York 81 Norfolk North Platte 62 Oklahoma City Omaha 89 cdy Orlando 90 Philadelphia Phoenix 80 Pittsburgh 85 66 Portland, Me 82 Portland, Ore 66 82 Providence 59 77 Raleigh Rapid City 84 1.59 cdy Reno 85 55 cdy Richmond 82 69 cdy 77 St.

Louis 93 St. Pete- Tampa 89 74 31 cay Salt Lake 84 69 San Antonio 96 80 ody San Diego 74 68 cdy San Francisco 66 55 St Ste Marie 74 62 .17 cdy Seattle 67 56 01 77 Shreveport 94 cdy Sioux Falis 86 62 cdy Spokane 71 54 Syracuse 84 68 cdy 75 Topeka 91 Tucson 69 76 clr Tulsa 95 Washington cdy 73 Wichita 96 Pro Precipitation 24 hours for ending 8 a.m. (EDT) today. Ottk Sky conditions outlook for Saturday. 61 43 cit Lisbon 102 68 London 79 68 cdy Madrid 64 55 cdy Manila 61 52 cdy Mexico City 70 59 Montreal 72 54 cir Moscow 88 75 cdy New Delhi 64 59 cdy Nicosia 88 84 cdy Osio 90 64 cir Paris 63 41 cir Peking 66 57 ody Rio San Juan 90 79 cdy Sao Paulo 73 55 Seoul 86 72 Singapore 91 cdy Stockholm 64 50 ody Sydney 70 48 cir Taipei 95 79 cir Tel Aviv 84 68 cir Tokyo 77 70 Toronto 75 63 Vancouver 70 Vienna 70 52 Brussels 66 52 cdy Lima 79 70 cir Rome 82 57 cir UPDATED DATA Taped reports of be received on NOAA Weather Radiostalocal and state conditions, revised every tion WXJ-34, which operates on a frehour and broadcast 24 hours a day, can quency of 162.40 MHz on the VHF band.

73 59 chr 52 cdy 93 61 cir 95 73 cir 81 57 cdy 81 59 cir 70 61 cdy 97 81 cir 93 68 cir 61 54 cay 64 59 cir 70 cay 77 61 coy.

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