Julia Dvoracek obituary

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Julia Dvoracek obituary - of South Brook b«ing schools and must consider...
of South Brook b«ing schools and must consider in terms of for faculty suggested increases cent and six us closer to budget requests from South General State College, Dakota School City, and Springfield. improvement by the presidents ran to $37,284,849, maintenance $3 million. and Summit (AP) — Defense Robert S. McNamara party reached 14,410-foot Mt. camping 10,000-foot level. Mt. Rainier headquarters were encountered climbers, for safety, snow fields near freezing completed to the 40-50 McNamara leisurely descent. budget — the largest since 1944- was approved 86-0. Mrs, Dvoracek Final Services Set at Tyndall By Republic News Service TYNDALL — Funeral services for Mrs. Harry (Julia) Dvoracek Sr., 86, will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Tyndall Presbyterian Church wilh Ihe Rev. H. E. Ivens officialing. The body will lie in state Sunday at the Petrik Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Country Presbyterian Cemetery. She was born May 13, 1880 at Tabor to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stepanek and died Aug. 18 at the Good Samaritan Home where she had made her home for the past three years. On June 2, 1900, she married Marry Dvoracek at Tabor 'and they farmed in the Tabor area until moving to Tyndall in 1945. Her husband died in 1957. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs, Joseph Rehurek, Tabor; Mrs. Frank Buresh, Cresco, Iowa; Mrs. William Buresh, Lime Springs, Iowa; Mrs. Gulvin Krelziger, Huntsville, Ala., and Mrs. Anton J a s a, Valparaiso, Neb. One son, Harry Jr., Tabor; 17 grandchildren; 32 greal grand- hildren; Ihree sisters, Mrs. Joseph Dvoracek, Tabor; Mrs, Albert Kalda, Tyndall, and Mrs. Anna Mohney, Yankton, and two brothers, Joseph Stepanek, Long Beach, Calif., and Charles Stepanek, Tabor. under Ihe lolal approved by Ihe These and other between the two reconciled by a committee. The $58-plus-billion the largest ever nalion was not in of war. The record was set in fiscal closing days of The peak for Korean War was in fiscal 1953, wilh a postwar billion in 1949. In passing the Senate: Added $153 two gas-turbine-powered missile destroyers $150.5 million House for a guided missile House didn't destroyers and Ihe department asked neither Approved $54 Pentagon requests Army's Reserve Guard forces at levels previously Congress. In effect, joined the House prevent Secretary Robert S. merging and culling forces. Largest share of package would go to which would receive $20 billion to combat wings, including well as some 13,785 The Army would than $17 billion to divisions and units and 9,298 including many helicopters. Nearly $17 billion the Navy to operate including 416

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 19 Aug 1966, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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