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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday. Chance of scattered showers or thundershowers through Tuesday. Low tonight mostly 60s. High Tuesday mostly 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday Chance of occasional periods of showers occurring mostly Wednesday and again Friday. Temperatures will average near normal with slow warming trend. Highs 70s RAIN to low 80s. Lows mid 50s to low 60s. The Weather in Carroll i Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co. 1 Yesterday's high 81 Yesterday's low 56 At 7 a.m. today 65 At 10 a.m. today 74 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7a.m.) .05in. rain. Weather A Year Ago— The mercury reached a high of 82 degrees in Carroll a year ago today. Low mark for the day was 65 degrees. Daily Record COURT HOUSE Licenses to Wed— James C. Hugg, 24. Denison, and Mary J. Eischeid. 21, Halbur; Gary F. Vonnahme, 26, Carroll, and Joyce R. Neumayer, 27, Breda; Bernard W. Tunink, 22, and Margie E. Rose. 19. both of Glidden. New Vehicles Registered— Pamla Jensen, Manning. Honda; Randy A. or Joseph A. Miller, Carroll, Chevrolet; Harmon Linn, Jr., Coon Rapids, Suzuki; Frank L. or Marsha D. Comes, Carroll, Chevrolet; Kenneth Conner, Glidden, Suzuki; Cleo E. Seuntjens. Carroll, Chevrolet; Edwin L. or Debbera I. Testroet, Coon Rapids. Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers— Marcella A. Gross to Dennis G. and Dianne L. Hornick, Lot 1, Block 6, Subdiv. of Outlet A, Thomas Second Addition to Carroll. Estate of Mary A. Nagl to Darrel D. and Jean M. Heuton, Lot 3, Block 3, Hinrichs' North Side Addition to Carroll. Elizabeth G. Thein to Baumhover Construction, Inc., Part of Lot "B" Resubdiv. of Lot 11, Irreg. Sur. SW'/iSW'A. Sec. 24, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. HIGHWAY PATROL One-Car Accident— A car driven by John D. Birch, 25, Carroll, went out of control and overturned Saturday about four miles southwest of Westside on a gravel .road, Iowa State Trooper Larry Long, Carroll, reported. The accident occurred as the Birch vehicle was eastbound. Long said. Long charged Birch with failure to have control of his vehicle. No injuries were reported. SHERIFF'S OFFICE One-Car Accident- Joyce M. Tunning, 17, Coon Rapids, was treated at a doctor's office Saturday for injuries suffered when the car in which she was riding, driven by Charlotte M. Tunning, Carroll, went out of control on U.S. 30 about two miles east of Carroll, Deputy Sheriff Michael Kelly reported. Kelly said the accident occurred as the Tunning vehicle was westbound on the highway. She was charged with failure to have her car under control. Also investigating the accident were Deputies Doug Bass and Ferman Stout. TwoCar Accident- Cars driven by Donna J. Hammar, Glidden, and Janet S. Blanchard, Coon Rapids, were in collision Sunday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Arizona Street in Glidden, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. The front of the Blanchard vehicle was in collision with the rear of the Hammar vehicle as the Hammar vehicle was turning south onto Arizona Street, Bass said. Blanchard was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead. Also investigating the accident was Glidden Police Chief Charles Nepple. No injuries were reported. Arrested— James D. Huegerich, 23, Carroll, was arrested early Sunday morning by Deputies Ferman Stout and Michael Kelly on charges of public intoxication and disobedience to a police officer. Huegerich was held overnight in the Carroll County jail and released later Sunday morning on his own recognizance pending a hearing in magistrate court. POLICE DEPARTMENT One-Car Accident— A car driven by Dale M. Forke, Carroll, struck the railing on the U.S. 30 overpass Sunday while northbound on Highway 71, police reported. Forke was charged with striking a fixture on the highway. No injuries were reported. Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Isabel F. Burrow, Glidden, and Beverly A. Halbur, Omaha, collided at the intersection of Grant Road and Clark Street Saturday, police reported. The accident occurred as both vehicles were northbound on Grant Road and the Burrow vehicle attempted a left turn onto Clark Street as the Halbur vehicle attempted to pass, police said. Cars driven by Myron L. Koren, Carroll, and Charles Humphrey, Mission, Kan., were in collison Saturday at the intersection of U. S. 71 and the U. S. 30 cutoff, police reported. The accident occurred as the Humphrey vehicle was northbound on Highway 71, and the Koren vehicle was southbound on Highway 71 and attempting to turn onto the Highway 30 cutoff, police said. No injuries were reported in either accident. MAGISTRATE COURT Charges Dismissed— Charges of failure to appear against Alex D.-Toms, 20. Carroll, were dismissed Friday at a hearing in Magistrate Court here. Toms had been arrested Thursday night on a warrant charging that he failed to appear on a previous charge of driving with no driver's license. Magistrate Raymond 0. Snook, Glidden, said he dismissed the charge Friday because Toms had not been given a copy of the ticket and had not been told when to appear. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 31— Danny A. Tiefenthaler, Breda Eldred L. Andreasen, Halbur Births- Mr, and Mrs. Dale Evert, Carroll, a son, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fritz, Carroll, a son, Sunday U.I. Satellite to Explore Earth's Magnetic Field IOWA CITY — When The University of Iowa's Hawkeye satellite is launched Monday afternoon, the project will be moving six months ahead of schedule and about half a million dollars under the estimated cost. The satellite was designed and constructed at The U of I, the only university engaged in such a comprehensive space exploration program. It took over five years to design, construct and test Hawkeye, which has Prof. James Van Allen, Louis A. Frank and Donald Gurnett as the principal scientific investigators. The satellite will pass through areas of space over the north pole that have never before been explored. It is hoped that Hawkeye's unique orbit will provide a new level of understanding about how energy from the sun interacts with the earth's magnetic field to produce phenomenon such as the aurora borealis or "northern lights." The launch is scheduled to take place between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Iowa time at the Western Test Range, Lompoc, Calif, and will involve the first use of a five-stage version of the Scout E solid propellant rocket. It will give Hawkeye a 38-hour orbit around the earth and the spacecraft is expected to remain operational for over one year. Then a determination will be made about the scientific value of continuing its use. Times Herald, Carroll, la. f* Monday, June 3, 1974 2 Gov. Ray Discloses Finances ~DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Gov. Robert Ray disclosed Monday that he has total assets of $249.738 and liabilities of $12,270. Ray. who ended speculation as to whether he would disclose his financial worth, released the financial document at his morning news conference. "While I hold this office, I intend to file statements annually which will reflect my financial condition at the end of each year, the income received, and the taxes paid during that year." Ray said. Candidates for Democratic nomination for governor in Tuesday's primary election had urged Ray to make the disclosure. Ray is unopposed for the Republican nomination and will be a candidate in the November general election for an unprecidented fourth term as governor— the first four-year term under a recent constitutional amendment. The disclosure revealed Ray had a total income in 1973 of '$43.962 and paid $1,671 in state income tax and $9.569 in federal income tax. Ray's total income included $37,292 in salary. $6,168 interest, $276 in dividends and $226 in other income. It did not include $5,000 in state expense allowances for his office. The balance sheet listed real estate holdings of $86,333, furniture and two cars valued at $17,875, bonds valued at $46,635, a checking account balance of $1,313 and savings accounts totaling $7,666. Also listed were life insurance valued at $24,772, stocks valued at $9,316, and other assets—including 75 per cent interest in Emmet Radio Corp.. Estherville. of $55.828. The disclosure included income received and taxes paid for each of the five years Ray has served as governor. It showed that in 1972 Ray paid $7,387 federal income tax and $1,227 state income tax on a total income of $38.543; in 1971 $6,815 federal and $1.301 state on income of $35.943; 1970 $5,787 federal and $886 state on income of $32.804; and 1969 $5,568 federal and $751 state on $29.569. • Strike (Continued From Page 1) tucky, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California. The union is seeking a new labor contract containing higher wages, a cost-of-living clause and fringe benefits. Details of the demands were not announced. The employes earn an average of $3.50 an hour. Despite the aid of federal mediators, talks between the manufacturers and the union collapsed Saturday and the strike was called. No new negotiations were scheduled. The strike is not expected to cause any immediate clothing shortages. But the workers, most of whom have weekends off, walked out on the first real business day of a week in which the garment industry planned to build up production for the fall fashion season. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market greeted the news of a Chicago bank's reduction of its prime lending rate with a modest rally today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 4.46 at 806.63, and gainers held a lead of better than 2 to 1 over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was light, however. The First National Bank of Chicago lowered its prime rate this morning from 11.75 to 11.60 per cent. Brokers said the news was welcomed on Wall Street, but it appeared many investors remained warv until they could see further signs that a turning point had been reached in interest rates. Melville Shoe, the most active NYSE issue, was up '/4 at 8'/8 in trading that included a 96,900 share block at 8. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up .06 at 81.57. The Amex volume leader was Syntex, down '/H at 44 7 /s. A 26,300 share block was traded at 45. The NYSE's noon composite index of some 1,500 common stocks was up. 17 at 46.09. Briefs From the AP Wire uirt WASHINGTON (AP) -The Supreme Court today declined to decide whether husbands can veto abortions sought by their wives. The court also refused to consider whether the consent of parents is needed before a minor daughter may have an abortion. The issues are presented in two appeals from Florida where a three-judge panel voided the state spouse and parental consent requirements. Eighteen other states require consent of either the husband or parents, or of one more circumstances, for .abortions. The Florida law was challenged by four pregnant women who filed suit under pseudonyms and by Pamela Harris, an abortion counselor in Miami, and Dr. Lynn P. Carmichel, a Miami physician. Attorneys for the two sides sought a Supreme Court ruling to settle the major issues they said were left unresolved when the Supreme Court ruled last year that state laws prohibiting abortion in the early months of pregnancy are unconstitutional. SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) The nation's governors open their annual meeting here today, saying they hope to avoid speculation about scandals in he nation's capital while claiming they are doing a better job of meeting the problems of the Watergate era. Washington's Republican Gov. Daniel J. Evans, this year's conference chairman, told a news conference Sunday that in areas of campaign reform and government ethics, "states have quite clearly taken national leadership." WASHINGTON (AP) -The House Judiciary Committee turns its attention this week to the ITT antitrust settlement, confident there's plenty to look at despite the special prosecutor's announcement absolving corporate o f f i c i a 1 s of wrongdoing in the case. "Our inquiry is completely independent of that," said Chairman Peter W. Rodino Jr., D-N.J., when asked about Deaths, Funerals FREDERICK PLUCKHAHN Funeral services for Frederick Carl Pluckhahn, 93, of Carroll were held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Paul Lutheran Church here, with .the Rev. Timothy Koenig officiating. Special music included "Just As I Am,' and "Abide With Me", sung by Donald Petersen. Pam Jung was organist. Pallbearers were John Schumacher, Fritz Sporleder. Lawrence Sporleder, Ervin Sporleder. Carl Sporleder and Elmer Fricke. Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Pluckhahn died May 30 at the Perry Nursing Home. MRS. THERESA SCHULTE WALL LAKE — Mrs. Theresa Marie Schulte, 91. of Twilight Acres Nursing Home. Wall Lake, died there at5:25' a.m. Sunday, June 2. She had been in failing health for six months. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church in Auburn, with interment in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. The Rev. Clement Flannery will officiate at the mass and commital rites. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll, where the rosary will be recited at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Monday and at 3, 8 and 8:45 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Schulte. daughter of Joseph and Lena Neumayer Tegels, was born Nov. 2, 1882, one mile west and one and one-half miles north of Mt. Carmel. She was married to Ben Schulte Nov. 26, 1907, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church by the Rev. F. H. Huesmann. They lived first on a farm at Armour, S.D., and then farmed at Wagner, S. D. Returning to Iowa in 1913, they farmed one-half mile east of Mt. Carmel, then moved to Glidden and later lived in the Mt. Carmel area until moving to Auburn in 1960. Surviving are five children, Mrs. Hubert (Lena) Broich and Alvin of Wall Lake, Tony of Sioux Falls, S.D., Mrs. Leo (Julian) Heim of Auburn and Leo of Odebolt; 28 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; and two sisters, Mrs. Clara Schulte and Mrs. Anna Schulte, both of Auburn. Mrs. Schulte was preceded in death by her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard (Marie) Olerich; two sons, Henry and Frederick; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Underberg and Mrs. Lena Hauser; and five brothers, Fred, Matt, Henry, Joe and Andrew Tegels. MRS. HENRY STEFFES HALBUR — Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Henry Steffes, 84, of Halbur will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Tuesday in St. Augustine Church here by the Rev. Victor Kollasch. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll Monday. There will be a prayer service at 3 p.m., and rosary recitations at 8 and 8:45 p.m., all at the funeral home Mbnday. Mrs. Steffes died at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. She had been ill about three weeks. The former Josephine Huffman, she was born Dec. 18,1889, at Windom. Minn. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Huffman. She was married to Mr. Steffes at Sibley July 29, 1954. She was a member of St. Augustine Church. Mrs. Steffes is survived by her husband and his children; her son, Lyman Jackson of Albuquerque. N.M.; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Ernest Jackson, and a son. Norman Jackson. SIMON L. JENSEN AUDUBON - Funeral services were held at-2-p.nr. Thursday in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here for Simon L. Jensen. 78. retired postal service employee, who died last Tuesday in Audubon County Memorial hospital. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated, and burial was in Maple Grove cemetery. Pallbearers were Dale D. Levis. Russell E. Bamsey. Louis Boysen. Robert Ruhs. J. Leonard Rasmussen, and Richard Crandall. Mr. Jensen was born in Audubon County Feb. 25. 1896. the son of Christen and Eva Jensen. He served in the Army in World War I and was married Feb. 25. 1920 to Ann C. Thygesen at Ebenezer Lutheran church west of Audubon. He was a postal service employee for many years, retiring as assistant postmaster. He was a member of the Audubon American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Anna; two sons, Leo of Audubon. and Willis of Remsen; a daughter. Mrs. Harold (Mary) Sand of Audubon; two sisters, Mrs. Lydia Clausen of Corning, Calif., and Mrs. Lars Madsen of Audubon; one brother, Alvin Jensen of Atlantic; and nine grandchildren. Military honors at the graveside were provided by Audubon Post 120 of the American Legion. J.H.MENKE J. H. Menke, 90, of Bancroft, died Saturday evening, June 1, at an Estherville hospital, where he was admitted about six hours earlier. * He is survived by his wife and six children, including Mrs. N. J. Gradoville of Carroll. Rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Bancroft. The Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft is in charge of arrangements. H. J. OTTO H. J. Otto, 93, of Carroll died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital Monday morning, June 3. Arrangments are pending at the Twit Funeral Home. MRS. JACOB LAGE MANNING - Mrs. Jacob Lage, 90, of Manning died the ettect of the prosecutor's finding. WASHINGTON (AP) -The Supreme Court todaycefused to review a lower court decision ordering a hearing on whether James Earl Ray should be permitted to withdraw his plea of guilty to the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. Ray is serving a 99-year sentence in the Tennessee State Penitentiary. He pleaded guilty on March 10, 1969, to first degree murder in the slaying of the civil rights leader. King was shot to death April 4,1968, in Memphis. The court let stand without comment a decision of the U.S. Circuit Court in Cincinnati ordering a hearing on Ray's petition for a writ of habeas corpus. The petition had been dismissed by a federal judge in Tennessee. NEW YORK (AP) - After three months of a steady run- up to record highs, one bank's prime lending rate moved down a bit today. The First National Bank of Chicago became the first early Monday, June 3, at the Manning General Hospital, where she was taken Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Zion Lutheran Church here, with burial in the Manning Cemetery. The Rev. Edward F. Heinicke will officiate; grandsons will be pallbearers. Friends may call at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning starting at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Lage was the former Emma Alvina Witt, daughter of Reimer and Maria Schultz Witt. She was born near Arcadia July 21, 1883, and attended rural school. On Oct. 13. 1903. she married Jacob Lage, and they celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary last October. After their marriage they farmed near Arcadia and Manning and moved to Manning in 1931. She is survived by her husband, a retired mail carrier at Manning; four .children, Mrs. Inza Ropsa .pf Lehigh. Glen of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Fred (Hazel) Ehlers of Manning and Mrs. Merlin (Ruth) Schroeder of Denison; seven grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and a brother. August Witt of Red Oak. Preceding her in death were twin sons, a grandson, four sisters and three brothers. major bank since early March 19 lower its prime, or the minimum corporate rate. As of Tuesday, First Chicago said, its prime would be 11.60 per cent, down from the record 11% per cent posted several weeks ago. SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP)—Communist gunners attacked the Bien Hoa air base today for the first time in seven months, killing 42 Vietnamese and wounding 82, police officials reported. Many of the casualties were caught by a direct hit on a prison camp. WASHINGTON (AP) -The mass transit woes of many cities have one solution waiting for them in Washington. It's bushels of money—estimated at up to $4 billion —available but virtually untouched for almost a year. All it takes is willingness by state and local governments to make a choice between roads, cars that use them and the fuel they use against energy-saving mass transit. LONDON (AP) - The British government today rejected demands to pull its troops out of Northern Ireland and declared that only the army was preventing anarchy in the province. "The fact is that without the British army, the forces of law and order could not cope with the immediate future," Merlyn Rees, Britain's administrator for Northern Ireland, told the House of Commons. By The Associated Press Syrian and Israeli generals have reached agreement on all essential points of a plan for disengagement of forces on the Golan Heights and will sign it Wednesday, a U.N. communique said today. The communique, issued in Geneva, said agreement also was reached on details for exchanging all remaining prisoners of war and the return of bodies. The announcement came as Premier-designate Yitzhak Rabin presented his new government to the Israeli parliament and pledged that Israel will work for peace in the Middle East "but not peace at any price." Major Leagues Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.02 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1.30 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - (USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 85,000; actual receipts Friday 74,000; week ago 19,000; year ago 82,000. Butchers mainly steady with last Friday; trade rather uneven, most areas fairly active; demand fairly good; U.S. 13 200-230 Ibs at country points 24.50-25.00, packing plants 25.00-25.50; sows mostly steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USD A ) — Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 8,500; barrows and gilts, 200-260 Ib mostly steady, occasionally 25 lower; 260-330 Ib steady to 25 higher, instances 50 higher; 60-head sorted 1-2 215-230 Ib 26.50; 1-3 200-240 25.75-26.25; 2-3 uneven weight 195-240 Ib 24.50-25.50; 240-250 Ib 25.00-26.00; 2-3 250-270 Ib 23.00-25.00;270-280 Ib 22.50-23.00;280-340 Ib 20.50-22.50; sows steady 25 higher; 375-650Ib 18.75-20.00. Cattle: 8,500 cattle and calves; steers 50 to 1.00 lower, heifers mostly 1.00 lower, cows mostly steady, instances 50 cents lower; sizable showing slaughter steers unsold at 10:30 a.m. Four loads average to high choice 1021-1053 Ib steers 38.75-39.25; choice 1,000-1,200 Ib 37.50-38.50; choice 1,200-1,350 36.00-37.50; good-low choice 32.00-37.75; 2 loads choice and prime 1017 Ib heifers 39.00; choice 850-1,050 37.50-38.50; utility and commerical 25.00-26.50; canner and cutter 21.50-25.00. By The Associated Press American League East Team W L Pet. GB Boston 27 22 .551 — Milwaukee 24 22 .522 l'/ 2 Cleveland 24 25 .490 3 New York" 25 27 .481 3V 2 Baltimore 23 25 .479 3 l / 2 Detroit 23 25 .479 3V 2 West Oakland 29 21 .580 Kansas City 25 24 .510 3V 2 . Texas 25 25 .500 4 Chicago 22 23 .489 4'/ 2 , California 24 27 .471 5'/ 2 . Minnesota 20 25 .444 6'/ 2 Saturday's Games Cleveland 5. Kansas City 2 New York 6. Minnesota 5, 13 innings Oakland 4, Milwaukee 1 Boston 8. Chicago 0 Texas 4. Baltimore 2 California 4, Detroit 1 Sunday's Results Cleveland 5. Kansas City 2 New York 11, Minnesota 1 Oakland 6,'Milwaukee 4 Boston 9, Chicago 7 Baltimore 6. Texas 5. 10 innings Detroit 2. California 0 Monday's Games Kansas City (Busby 7-4) at Baltimore (Alexander 1-2). N Boston (Drago 4-1) at Minnesota (Cprbin3-0).N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland at Detroit. 2 Kansas City at Baltimore. N Texas at Cleveland. N California at Milwaukee. N Boston at Minnesota. N New York at Chicago, N Ray Asks Beef Import Curbs Be Reinstated DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Gov. Robert Ray has asked Pres. Nixon to re-instate import restrictions in order to improve the "competitive position of beef in the world market." In a letter to the nation's chief executive. Ray said the United States has become in his words, "dumping ground for most of the beef being moved in international trade." He said this situation was caused by a combination of short term oversupply of cattle, embargoes on cattle and beef products by other importing nations. National League East Team W L Pet. GB St. Louis 26 22 .542 — Philadelphia 27 23 .540 Montreal 21 21 .500 2 New York 21 28 .429 5V 2 Chicago 19 26 .522 5V 2 Pittsburgh 18 28 .391 7 West pLos Angeles 37 15 .712 — Cincinnati 28 20 .583 7 Atlanta 27 23 .540 9 Houston 27 25 .519 10 San Fran. 27 27 .500 11 San Diego 18 38 .321 21 Saturday's Games New York 3, Houston 1 Los Angeles 10, Chicago 0 Pittsburgh 14, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 3, San Diego 0 Philadelphia 6, San Francisco 2 Montreal 7, Atlanta 6, 10 innings Sunday's Games Houston at New York, ppd., rain Chicago 7. Los Angeles 6 Cincinnati 5. Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 9. San Diego 6 Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3 Atlanta 9. Montreal 0 Monday's Games Atlanta (Morton 6-4) at Philadelphia (Carlton6-4). N Cincinnati (Kirby 3-3) at New York (Matlack 5-2), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Philadelphia, N Cincinnati at New York. N Montreal at Houston, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N Chicago at San Diego, N St. Louis at San Francisco. N H. J. Otto Carroll — Age 93 Arrangements Pending. TWIT Mrs. Henry Steffes Halbur - Age 84 Friends may call Monday at Twit Funeral Home Prayer Service at the Twit Funeral Home 3 p.m. Rosaries: 8 p.m. and 8:45 Mass of the Resurrection ' Tuesday at 1 p.m. at St. Augustine's Church, in Halbur Rev. Victor Kollasch Officiating Final Resting Place: St. Augustine's Cemetery, Halbur Theresa Marie Schulte Auburn — Age 91 Friends may call at The Twit Funeral Home starting at 7 p.m. Monday. .Rosaries: 8 and 8:45 p.m. Monday Rosaries Tuesday at 3 p.m., 8:00 and 8:45 Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. at Wednesday St. Mary's Catholic Church in Auburn Rev. Clement Flannery Officiating Final Resting Place: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel WIT TWIT

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