R A Dvoraek obituary
Plan Chamberlain Interstate Bridge PIERRE W> — The state highway commission has approved contract with a consulting engineer engineer firm in Kansas City, to design the four-lane in- Scores Highest terstale bridge across Fort Kan dall reservoir at.Chamberlain, A preliminary study, submitted submitted by Sverdrup and'Parcel and Associates Engineering Firm, recommended the struc ture be constructed with a 3,680-foot protected embank merit and a 2,212-foot bridge. Estimated cost of construction was less than $6 million as op posed lo $8 million for all- structure crossing. It is expected the first con tracts for the bridge can be let this fall, with construction to be completed some lime in 1969. The design of the structure was turned over to the consulting consulting firm because the bridge section docs not have the manpower manpower to divert from other projects projects to complete the planning within the interstate timetable. The new bridge will be located located just north of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St, Paul and Pacific Railroad bridge. Preliminary proposal calls for two 30-foot roadways, an 11- foot median with five-foot wide raised curbs, There-will'be two foot safely curbs at Ihe edge of each roadway. way of life," Nash said. Education, he said, is the key to encouraging self direction and' this is why the Bureau of Indian Indian affairs' annual budget of nearly 210 million dollars allows allows nearly two • thirds- for education. education. The Dillon Lecture program is under a bequest by Mrs. Francis Francis D. Jolley Dillon in memory of her husband, who served th« state in Congress from 1913 IT 1919. R. A. Dvoracek Funeral Rites Held at Tyndall By Republic News Service TVNDALL — Funeral services for Robert A. Dvoracek, 79, Tabor Tabor who died at a Yankton hospital hospital Feb. 8 were held Feb. 10 at the Presbyterian Church here with the Rev. H. E. Ivens officiating, officiating, Music was provided by th« men's quartet accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Svanda. Interment was in the Country Presbyterian Cemetery with the Petrik Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Harry Dvoracek ' JJr., Charles Dvoracek Jr., Leonard Dvoracek, William Dvoracek, Joseph Stepanek and John Svanda. Svanda.