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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Continued warm and humid with occasional showers and thunderstorms through Wednesday. Thunderstorms mostly occuring late afternoon and tonight. Chance of severe thunderstorms extreme west tonight. High Wednesday 80s. Low tonight around 60 north, near 65 south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday Chance of occasional showers and thunderstorms through the period. Temperatures will average above normal with only minor changes. Highs in 80s. Lows in 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 85 Yesterday's low 62 the Iowa Crop and Livest ock At 7 a.m. today 62 Reporting Service says. AtlOa.m.today 73 v y Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, June 4, 1974 Million Acres of Corn Must Be Replanted DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Nearly one million of Iowa's 13.2 million acres of corn must be replanted because of weather conditions, •Briefs From the AP Wire Corn-Hog Ratio Hits Lowest Level in 18 Years Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 48 hours prior to 10:15 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll amounted to .07 inch. Temperatures included a high of 72 and a low of 61 degrees. Wyoming Testing Triple Trailer Units CHEYENNE, Wyo. (API- There has been no public comment during the first two months of an experimental program involving triple trailer units on Wyoming's highways. The Wyoming Highway Department said Tuesday three 'firms, Ringsby United, Garrett Freightlines and Salt Creek Freightways, are pulling the 98-foot loads and some fuel savings have been experienced. But the department said comprehensive results on the tests are not yet available. Buchheit Jury Selected A jury of seven women and five men were selected Tuesday morning in District Court here in the trial of Carl F. Buchheit, Carroll. Buchheit is charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Buchheit was arrested March 19 by Carroll police. Jurors selected in the case are Donna Hamilton, Coon Rapids; Maxine Ewing, Carroll; Ellen Richardson, Carroll; Kathryn Odendahl, Carroll; Andrew Wittry, Carroll; Angela Riesberg, Carroll; Katherine Wittrock, Carroll; H. A. Schenkelberg, Manning; Paul Fricke, Carroll; Paul Brpich, Carroll; beta K'ruse, Glidden; and . Robert Olsen, Carroll. Judge E. J. Flattery, of Fort Dodge, is presiding. Rains Slow Field Work DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Fieldwork on Iowa farms progressed slowly last week because of heavy rains, the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday. Most of the fieldwork done during the week ending Monday was in the northern third of the state. Statewide, only two-and-a-half days were suitable for fieldwork last week. The reporting service said corn planting is 86 per cent complete, compared with 89 per cent a year ago, and a four-year average of 95 per cent. About 70 per cent of the corn has emerged, compared to 52 per cent last year. Corn is reported to be in mostly fair to good condition, but reports range from very poor to excellent. The weekly survey indicated 44 per cent of the soybeans are planted, compared to 50 per cent last year. The average for this time of year is 80 per cent. The report said 75 per cent of the oats, hay and pasture are in fair to good condition, with 25 per cent in excellent condition. A few scattered areas of severe alfalfa weevil damage were reported. BABY BAPTIZED Patrick James Henkenius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Henkenius of Carroll, was baptized by the Rev. Andrew W. Hoffman at 7 p.m. June 3 in Holy Spirit Church here. Godparents are Mrs.^Gordon Wiebers of Denison and James M. Tierney II of Lisle, 111., whose proxy at the rite was Dennis Tierney. The baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henkenius of Westside and Dr. and Mrs. James Tierney of Carroll, also were present and his great-grandfather, Arthur Heires of Carroll, was a special guest. A gathering of relatives and friends was held afterward at the Vern Henkenius home. Patrick was born May 22 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The department said a major portion of the three-month experiment is to determine public reaction to the longer units. There has been no response at all during the first two months from persons who have observed the longer units in operation. The department asked motorists to submit their comments regarding speed, attitude, maneuverability and other information. A spokesman said the highway department is taking a neutral stand in the operation of longer loads over the highways. He said the department is conducting the experiment under controlled conditions only to gather a data base upon which to make recommendations in the future. He said public comment is to be included in the data. Under the experiment, the units cannot exceed 98 feet in length, must be able to maintain a minimum speed of 20 miles per hour up any grade and, if stopped on a grade,must be able to regain the 20 mile per hour minimum. End Strike at Maytag Plants .....N EWTON, Iowa (AP)—Striking employes at the Maytag Company's three Iowa plants have ratified a new three-year contract by an 83 per cent margin. Members of the United Auto Workers union, Local 997, approved the pact 1,659 to 334 in a vote Monday. Their old contract expired at midnight Friday, and workers were to return to their jobs beginning Monday night, said Norm Boyle, Maytag's assistant public relations director. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.00 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.41 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — USDA-Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 7,000; barrows and gilts mostly steady. 1-3 200-240 Ib 25.75-26.25; small lots US1-2 around 220 lbs-26.50; 240-250 Ib 25.00-26.00; 250-270; 23.00-25.00; sows mostly steady; 375-650Ib 19.00-20.00. Cattle: 4,500 cattle and calves; steers steady to 25 higher; heifers fully steady; cows are steady; four loads choice 990-1,070 Ib steers 39.25; choice 1,000-1,200 Ib 37.50-38.50; same grade 1,2001,325 Ib 37.00-37.35; good and low choice 32.00-37.75; three loads choice and prime 930-1,000 Ib heifers 39.00; choice 850-1,000 Ib 37.50-38.50; utility and commerical cows 25.00-26.50; canner and cutter 21.50-25.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - (USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 75,000; actual receipts Monday 79,000; week ago 100,000; year ago 72,000. Movement rather slow; demand only fair; butchers mostly steady; U.S. 1-3200-230 Ibs at country points 24.50-25.00; packing plants 25.00-25.50; sows about steady, instances 25 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 18.75-20.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Tuesday 1,000; slaughter lambs steady Monday; lot choice and prime near 95 Ib spring lambs 49.00, several lots choice and prime 90-105 Ibs 47.00-48.00. The figure is about 8 per cent of the total Iowa corn planted this spring. Earlier reports indicated 7 per cent of the corn would be replanted. A sustained rainfall over a four-week period flooded thousands of acres of corn in the state, farmers were unable to work their fields, and severe soil erosion from rain run-off occurred. The reporting service said it based its estimate of acreage to be replanted on a survey of farmers last week. The new prediction Monday followed a report that 86 per cent of the corn and 44 per cent of the soybean crops had been planted. • Election (Continued From Page 1) candidates will be unopposed. • Other unopposed candidates in Tuesday's election for state representative seats in the. Carroll area include: Republicans-Leonard J. Koessel, Lake View. 47th District; Wayne Bennett, Galva, 48th District; and Robert D. Henke, Guthrie Center, 56th District. Democrats for representative seats include C.W. Hutchins, Guthrie Center. 56th District. ' Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures prices were mostly mixed in very light dealings on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The price range in the major pits was relatively narrow. The market continued to be dominated by the weather. New crop options were weakest. While trade reports noted that planting in some Midwest states was still behind last year's average, farmers were catching up with their work as the weather cleared up. There was some commercial, selling in corp • and oats on the opening that appeared to have been absorbed by commission house and local professional buying. Reports that the winter wheat harvest was moving rapidly into high gear tended to influence some sellers in the wheat pit. Judge Killed by Mail Bomb PASCO, Wash. (AP) Court administrator Jim Boldt says he knows of no controversial cases handled by a judge who was killed when a mailed package he was opening exploded in his office. The blast killed Superior Court Judge James J. Lawless, 50, late Monday. Officials here said they did not know why the judge was the target. He had served on the bench for 17 years. Police would not say whether they suspected any connection between the blast and the bombing of a police car and a deliberately set fire in mid-April in the Prosser area 35 miles from here. But Acting Mayor Donald Linton said, "It was probably just a fluke that it didn't happen in Prosser. It was apparently aimed at the judge and not the community." The package had been addressed to the judge at his Prosser office. Lawless, who lived here, held court in Pasco and Prosser. Bob Gregory, a postal official, said the package was delivered to the courthouse in Prosser Monday morning and then was taken back to Pasco by Mrs. Maxine Hancock, a court reporter. Prosser Postmaster Frank Suhadolnik said the package was wrapped in an old paper bag and measured about three inches wide, three inches thick and six inches long. Mrs. Hancock said she had a strange feeling about the package after she left it with the judge minutes before it exploded. She had just returned to her office when she heard the blast. "I was sure it must have had something to do with the package," she said. "I don't know why I felt that, but I took off for his off ice." WASHINGTON (AP) - A government indicator called the hog-corn ratio slipped last month to the lowest level in 18 years, a sign that pork producers continue to be in financial trouble because of high feed prices and relatively low returns for market animals. The May 15 ratio was 10.7, down from 12.7 in April and 21.9 a year earlier. That is the number of bushels of corn approximately equal in value to 100 pounds of liveweight hog sold by farmers. According to Agriculture Department records, the May indicator was the lowest since it sank to 10.7 in July 1956. Further, it was the lowest ratio for May since 1948. The May price report, released last Friday, showed hog prices nationally average $26.30 per 100 pounds, down from $30.60 in April. A year earlier in May 1973 the average was $35.30 per hundredweight. But corn sold at the farm a year ago for $1.61 per bushel. Last month, according to USDA, farmers nationally were able to sell corn for $2.45 per bushel. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Post reported today that Spiro T. Agnew has agreed to pay the government $1,100 in settlement for $175,000 in improvements made to his Kenwood, Md., home while he was vice president. The newspaper said Agnew and General Services Administrator Arthur W. Sampson signed an agreement April 12 under which the former vice president pledged to pay $700 for air-conditioning Daily Record COURT HOUSE SHERIFF'S OFFICE Two-Car Accident— A car driven by Carol J. Fisch, Carroll, was struck in the right rear by a car driven by Richard G. Ferneau, Ma r shal 1 to wn, police reported. The Ferneau vehicle pulled away from a yield sign and struck the Fisch car, the report said. There were no injuries in the accident at 7th and Court streets. A vehicle driven by Harold H. Fowler, Carroll, hit a vehicle driven by Robert A. Wagman, Carroll, as Fowler attempted to change lanes on U.S. 30 just east of North East Street. Police said there were no injuries. One Injured- Louis DeBoth, Carroll, was treated and released from St. Anthony's Hospital Monday after the van he was driving hit a utility pole on U.S. 71 north of 3rd Street, police said. DeBoth, who was traveling north, was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle, police reported. MAGISTRATE COURT (Scheduled Violations) Traffic Fines— Wilbur C. Baker, Fort Madison, prohibited passing. $15; Allen P. Petersen, Hamlin, speed, $20; Cletus J. Sporrer, Templeton, speed, $20; Dean F. Drees, Manning, speed, $20; Daniel J. Nees, Carroll, speed, $20; David L. Wittrock, Carroll, speed, $20; Edward Wade, Des Moines, speed, $20; John M. Werner, Dedham, speed, $20; Joseph E. Hughlette, Beatrice, Neb., speed, $20; Kenneth Testroet, Carroll, speed, $20; Diana K. Sibbel, Manning, speed, $20; Gary W. Seastrom, Coon Rapids, speed, $20; John H. Koelle, Manning, registration card, $5; Darrell H. Eich, Carroll, speed, $20; Clarence Zinke, Audubon, speed, $20; John Drilling, Lake View, display of plates, $5; Barbara C. Sappe, Dedham, speed, $20; Gary Grimsman, Carroll, speed, $20; EIRoy E. Ranniger, Carroll, speed, $20; Douglas Carswell, Carroll, driving without registration, $20 and motorcycle headlights, $10; Ricky Olerich, muffler, $10; Leonard W. Sporrer, Dedham, speed, $20; Jay M. Miller, Houston, Texas, speed, $20; Vernon Langel, Omaha, speed, $20; LaVern H. Kobernick, LaCrosse, Wis., truck speed, $20. Parking Violation- Timothy Humlicek, Carroll, prohibited parking, $2. (Frank Gach and Raymond Snook) Traffic Fines— Kathlene A. Schoenherr, Glidden, speed, $20; Maurice L. Hines, Ankeny, no valid drivers license, $5; F. J. Spaulding, Jefferson, speed, $50 and no valid drivers license, $50; John Schulte, Breda, control of vehicle, $10; David R. Nees, Carroll, no valid drivers license, $15; Jeffrey K. Marquardt, Carroll, speed, $20; Richard D. Nagl, Carroll, speed, $40 and disobedience to a police officer, $20; Douglas J. Grimsman, Carroll, stop sign, $10; Ricky Olerich, Carroll, speed, $35; Ray Dial, Carroll, driving vehicle on sidewalk, $5; Kenneth Bernholtz, Carroll, failure to drive on right, $10; Steve P. Nees, Carroll, no registration, $10; Martin Greving, Carroll, speed, $20; Richard Tunning, Coon Rapids, speed, $20; Herbert Irlmeier, Templeton, speed, $30; William A. Johnson, Manning, meeting and turning to the right, $8; George Roth, Carroll, stop or yield, $8. Beer Violations- Beverly K. Engel, Early, possession of beer by a minor, $20; Lori J. Presley. Sac City, possession of beer by a minor, $20; Richard Davis, Coon Rapids, making beer available to a minor, $65; Dennis Reid, Coon Rapids, possession of beer by a minor, $20. Sharp Objects— Douglas J. Grimsman, Carroll, throwing sharp materials onto street, $15. Fire Calls- Carroll firemen fought a grass fire next to Quandt Auto Salvage along the railroad tracks early Tuesday morning. No damage was reported. Sheriff's Office 11 Charged— A total of 10 area residents and one from San Diego, Calif., have been charged with violating the park closing hours at Swan Lake Park, Sheriff John G. Longnecker reported. Deputy Sheriffs Ferman Stout and Michael Kelly assisted park employees in arresting the 11 persons after • they had allegedly disturbed a girl scout group at the park over the weekend. The 11 persons are to appear in Magistrate Court later this week. Charged are Kathy C. Kobold, Carroll; Ruth A. Wegman, Carroll; Cathy J. Kroeger, Carroll; Leo D. Buelt Jr.. Breda; Sharon Siepker, San Diego, Calif.; Michael Seidl. Coon Rapids; Daryl Fisher, Dedham; Jude Schoenherr, Glidden; Paul F. Irlbeck, Dedham; Robert J. Wiederien, Carroll; and Charles Baker, Carroll. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 31— Danny Tiefenthaler, Breda Eldred Andreasen, Halbur Admissions June 2— Jeffery Meiners, Dedham Mrs. Marvin Stevens, Templeton Ivan Wurr, Manning Mrs. Robert Hayes, Breda Connie L. Hansen, Hamlin Gregory Gruber, Carroll Jeff Liechti, Arcadia Admissions June 3— Mrs. Harm Bushman, Glidden Mrs. Hilda Steffes, Glidden Tammy R. Hansen, Ralston Jeanne L. Mesenbrink, Lake View Cynthia L. Loew, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. David Wallace, Churdan, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. David A. Williams, Carroll, a son, Monday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL, Manning, Iowa Admissions May 29— Tammy Riedell, Lake View Dismissal, May 29— Mrs. Lowell Stribe, Manning Tammy Riedell, Lake View Admissions May 30— Sherril Heller, Manning Mrs. Harry H. Rix, Manning Dismissals May 30— Christena Hunziker, Auburn Mrs. Johann Frehse, Lake View Admissions May 31— Mrs. Herman Kienast, Manning Karen Sporrer, Manning Dismissal June 1— Mrs. Harry Rix, Manning Admissions June 2— Mrs. Marlin Kahl, Manning Mrs Elvia Richards, Manning and $400 for carpeting in the home. WASHINGTON (AP) Former White House counsel Charles W. Colson's desire to "tell everything I know" could make him a key figure in the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry. Colson's conversations with President Nixon on subjects involved in the inquiry are among those tapes the committee has subpoenaed and Nixon has refused to provide. He also has played a leading role in White House dealings with the International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., dairy co-ops, and in the activities of the White House plumbers. The committee begins looking into ITT matters today. TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) Security forces captured two Winds, Hail, Tornadoes, Rain Lash Iowa Areas By The Associated Press High winds, hail, tornadoes and rain lashed north-central and northeast Iowa Monday night, causing power failures and washing out roads and bridges. Charles City residents reported hail ranging from marble to golf ball size. Tornadoes were sighted at Hampton, Dougherty and Sheffield but no damage was reported. The National Weather Service had issued tornado warnings for Franklin, Mitchell and Howard Counties. High winds and hail knocked down Iowa Public Service power lines serving Humboldt. The city was without power for about an hour. Heavy rains washed out bridges on Iowa 9 east of New Haven and west of Riceville. Authorities said many gravel roads were also closed because of high water. The weather service issued a flash flood warning for Monday night and early Tuesday for persons in these counties : Kossuth, Humboldt, Hancock, Wright, Worth, Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Mitchell, Floyd, Butler, Howard and Chickasaw. The rowdy weather followed a day of partly cloudy skies which returned after a weekend of mostly sunny and pleasant conditions. Warm, humid weather was to continue through Tuesday with highs Tuesday and Wednesday in the 80s. Lows Tuesday night will be in the upper 50s and mid 60s. There is a chance of scattered showers or thunderstorms through Wednesday. • Meat (Continued From Page 1) Currier J. Holman, co-chairman of Iowa Beef. That trial is set to start next Monday. He delayed sentencing Steinman until Sept. 30. Steinman also admitted getting Iowa Beef to pay his lawyer son-in-law, Walter Bodenstein, a $25,000 annual retainer to handle any problems that developed when union members complained of lost wages and jobs because of the use of prepackaged meat obtained from Iowa Beef. Steinman was one of 13 supermarket executives and three union officials indicted by a federal grand jury in March 1973 on conspiracy to bribe and tax evasion charges. Wall Street young Arab terrorists on a death mission into Israel and seized a cache of hand grenades and Kalashnikov submachine guns hidden near the Lebanese border, the police reported today. "We were ordered to kill," the police said the 19-year-olds told them. They said they were ordered to murder people at random in Haifa, Israel's chief port. TULSA, Okla. (AP) - "I put myself in the hands of the Lord, and I was never afraid," Tulsa businessman Walter H. Helmerich said after his eight- hour kidnaping ended with payment of a ransom unofficially reported at $700,000. The FBI said no arrests have been made. Helmerich, 51, millionaire president of Helmerich and Payne, Inc., a worldwide oil drilling company, and director in numerous other firms, was released unharmed Monday by what he called a "very thoughtful" kidnaper. WASHINGTON(AP)-The Agriculture Department hopes to gain a compromise among meat packers and retail food chains that could result in lower meat prices for consumers, higher prices for farmers or both. Don Paarlberg, director of economics for USDA, said today he hopes representatives of the meat-supply pipeline can be brought together in a meeting soon to see if something can be done about current price margins charged by packers and retailers. Deaths, Funerals NEW YORK (AP) -Visions of declining interest rates inspire another broad advance in the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 8.14 at 829.40 on top of a 19.09-point surge Monday. Gainers swamped losers by 2-to-l in active trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said the strong rally was touched off by prime-rate cuts posted Monday by banks in Chicago and St. Louis. They added, however, that it appeared the rally would need further signs of a downturn in money rates to continue much longer. Times Herald News Service Births- Mr, and Mrs. Merlin Whiteing, Mitchellville, a son, May 31. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whiteing of Vail and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Corn. MRS. HENRY SCHROEDER Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Henry (Gertrude) Schroeder, 88, of Carroll was celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Lawrence Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Other priests in the sanctuary were the Rev. James Fandel of Lake City and James Smith of Carroll. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann of Arcadia conducted commital rites at St. John's Cemetery, Arcadia. Pallbearers were Vernice Bierl, Larry Wolterman, Milo Wolterman, Kenny Schleisman, Larry Schleisman and Jerry Schleisman. The Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Wichita, Kan.; Elgin and Gretna, Neb.; Easton, Pa.; Petaluma, Calif.; Alexandria, S.D.; Arcadia, Lake City, Halbur, Rockwell City, Emmetsburg, Grand Junction, Glidden, Wall Lake, Breda, Clarion and Carroll. Mrs. Schroeder died May 30 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. HENRY J. OTTO Mass of the resurrection for Henry J. Otto, 93, of Carroll, will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. Mr. Otto died Monday morning, June 3, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. He had been in failing health for four years. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home. The rosary will be recited Tuesday at 3:30 and 8:45 p.m. Mr. Otto, son of Henry and Gertrude Olbertz Otto, was born in Carroll County Aug. 18, 1880. On April 20, 1904, he was married to Annie Goecke in Mt. Carmel. He farmed nine miles north of Carroll on the same farm where he was born and reared. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church. Surviving are six children: Arthur of Lidderdale, Mrs. Loretta Pick of Carroll, Mrs. Gus (Agnes) Strom of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Leland (Marie) O'Herron of Brookfield, Mo.; Mrs. Everett (Leota) Nepplof Fonda and Mrs. Bernadette Bock of Wadena, Minn.; also 23 grandchildren, 75 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Mr. Otto was preceded in death by his wife; an infant son, Leo; and nine brothers and sisters. DAVID M. WILLIAMS David M. Williams, 49, of 4216 - 68th Street, Des Moines, died May 28 at Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines. He was a former Carroll resident. Services were held May 31 at Westover Funeral Home in Des Moines. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Mr. Williams was a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams, formerly of Carroll and now of Oceanside, Calif. He attended grade and high school in Carroll. He had been suffering from a kidney ailment since March, 1973, and was hospitalized most of the last six months. Survivors include his wife, the former Marian Brand; a daughter, Mrs. Larry (Sandy) Stevenson of Iowa City; a son, Jim of Des Moines; his parents; a brother, Max Williams of Three Rivers, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Stanley (Billie Faye) Conley of Tulare, Calif. LEOJ. BEYERINK BAYARD — Requiem mass for Leo J. Beyerink, 69, of Bayard, was held at 10 a.m. Monday at Annunciation Church in Coon Rapids. The Rev. Edward Carpenter was celebrant. Pallbearers were Ronald Beyerink, Paul Beyerink, Dennis Smouse, Neil Gute, Gary Smouse and Leonard Ramsey. Burial was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Mason Funeral Home of Coon Rapids. Mr. Beyerink, a retired farmer, died May 31 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—The low bid submitted Monday night to the Council Bluffs City Council for a proposed urban renewal parking structure was $64,150 over estimates made by the city. The apparant low bid of $3.74 million for the 1,500-car garage was by Charles Vrana Construction Co. of Omaha. Bids were also taken on a 1,200-car structure as an alternate proposal. H. J. Otto Carroll — Age 93 Arrangements Pending. TWIT Theresa Marie Schulte Auburn — Age 9) 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 enry J. Otto Carroll — Age 93 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 3 p.m. Tuesday Rosary at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday Rosary at 8 p.m. Tuesday Rosary at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Wedneaday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenx V.F. Final Resting Place: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery Mt. Carmel, Iowa TWIT TWIT

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