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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Turning cooler over most of north and west tonight. Mostly cloudy and cool north and west Friday with chance of showers or thundershowers . Thundershowers and showers likely southeast Friday. Low tonight near 50 northwest, low 60s southeast. High Friday 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday Chance of showers or thunderstorms throughout the period. Highs generally from Neighbors Plant Beans for Nobiling ARCADIA — Neighbors, friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Nobiling planted 165 acres of soybeans on their farm near Arcadia Saturday and Monday. Spraying also was completed on the corn and bean ground. Mr. Nobiling suffered a heart attack recently. Participating were Ron Bierl, Stanley Grundmeier, Don Hansman, Don Badding, David Staiert, John Kroeger, Elmer Nobiling, Orvil Nobiling, George Witt, Merle Witt, Lee Nobiling, Mel Hamers, Warren Andersen, John Ricke and James Liechti. Election Certification on June 14th DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa will have to wait until June 14 for official certification of the outcome in Tuesday's primary election major races. By law, the State Canvass Board must certify the vote on the second Friday after the election — in this case June 14, Deputy Secretary of State Harman Schweicker said Wednesday. What the state board, also known as the Iowa Executive Council, will certify is vote totals cleared by'boards of supervisors in Iowa's 99 counties next Monday. ••••••• "We're just custodians of the sealed envelopes from the counties until the State Canvass Board meets," explained Schweicker. The state board is composed of Gov. Robert Ray, Secretary of Agriculture Robert Lounsberry, Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst, State Treasurer Maurice Baringer and State Auditor Lloyd Smith. All are candidates for re-election in November. The races the board will examine are all the Iowa Legislature contests, U.S. House and U.S. Senate, and all statewide state-level offices. The state board can declare a winner in each race, unless there is a tie, "even if the winner is different from the unofficial vote total winner," Schweicker said. One contest board will have under scrutiny will be the Democratic contest for the 3rd District congressman, in which Rep. Stephen Rapp of Waterloo apparently won over Nicholas Johnson of Kesley by only 43 votes. Rep. Mayne Hits ^Lopsided' Milk Evidence WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Wiley Mayne, R-Iowa, has sharply criticized a presentation of milk money of evidence Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee impeachment staff. The evidence dealt with milk co-operative contributions allegedly to pay for influence on the level of milk price supports. The evidence was lopsided and incomplete, Mayne contended. He said the staff had failed to include information on payments made by the same cooperatives to congressmen and senators who urged the President to boost supports as he did. - Mayne said he was told by committee Chairman Peter Rodino that Clerk of the House Pat Jennings had refused to make figures of contributions to congressmen available to the committee. COOLER the mid 70s to lower 80s. Lows mostly in the 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 84 Yesterday's low 60 At 7 a.m. today 63 At 10 a.m. today 67 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7a.m.) .12in. rain Weather A Year Ago— Carroll temperatures varied from a high of 80 to a low of 57 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.00 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.51 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA) — Livestock quotations Friday: Hogs: 6,000; barrows and gilts 200-250 Ib 25-75 lower; over 250 Ib steady to 50 lower; one lot 1-2 around 220 Ib 25.50; 1-3 200-250 Ib 24.50-25.25; 250-270 Ib 22.00-24.50; sows steady to 25 higher; 360-600 Ib 19.00-19.60. Cattle: 800 cattle and calves; steers steady to weak; heifers steady to 25 lower; cows steady; few loads and lots choice 1,000-1,150 Ib steers 37.25-38.50; mixed good and choice 36.50-37.75; good 31.7536.50; few lots choice 850-1,000 Ib heifers 37.00-38,00; good and low choice 32.50-37.00; utility and commercial cows 25.0026.50; canner cutter 21.50-25.00. Sheep: 300; spring slaughter lambs steady; mixed choice and prime 85-105 Ib spring lambs 49.25; some mostly choice 48.00. Estimated receipts Friday: Cattle and calves 500; hogs 5,000; sheep 50. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA)Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs; Estimated receipts Thursday 75,000; actual receipts Wednesday 78,000; week ago 97,000; year ago 50,000. Trade rather slow in some areas, few fairly active; demand fairly good; butchers 25 to mostly 50 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs 23.75-24.00 at country points, packing plants 24.00-24.50; sows weak to 50 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 18.25-19.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 600; slaughter lambs steady Wednesday; choice and prime 90-105 Ib spring lambs 47.00-48.00, few lots mostly choice with end good 45.00-47.00; part load choice and prime shorn 105 Ibs with No. 1 pelts 46.50. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity futures drifted lower on the Chicago Board of Trade today despite nominally bullish factors. Wheat futures fell some 12 cents at one time, while soybeans were down 5 cents, corn y/i cents and oats 2 cents. Soybean oil and meal also eased, oil about 50 points and meal $3 a ton. The weather in the Middle West and in sections of the Southwest tended to delay some field work by farmers. Corn and soybean planting again was set back a little by new rains and harvesting of the new wheat crop was checked by rain in the Southwest. Another buying factor was issuance of a crop report by a private agricultural appraiser, Conrad Leslie. He estimated this year's winter wheat crop at 1.569 billion bushels as one June 1, some 43 million bushels under the government's May 1 figure and 78 million under his own figure for that date. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) Another prediction of a declining prime rate carried the stock market's recent rally into its fourth day today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 2.97 at 833.15, and gainers outpaced losers about 5-4 on the New York Stock Exchange. The advance brought the Dow to nearly 31 points above last Friday's close. A.W. Clausen, president of the Bank of America, told a reporter this morning the prime rate seemed to be at a turning point and could decline sharply once it began heading downward from its present HVz per cent level Times Herald, Carroll, lo. /» Thursday, June 6, 1974 JL Two Killed at Harlan HARLAN, Iowa (AP)— Two Omaha women have been killed and three other Nebraskans were injured in a car-truck crash at the junction of U.S. 59 and Iowa 44 at the edge of Harlan. Killed in the Wednesday accident were Dora Thomas, 75, and her daughter, Lois Thomas, 53, both of Omaha. The Thomas car collided with a truck driven by Vernon Graham, 29, Columbus, Neb. Graham and two passengers, Larry Cemper, 23, Columbus and Larry Cramer, 32, Oakland, Neb., were treated at a hospital for minor injuries. Expansion of Beef Industry is Advocated DBS MOINES, Iowa ( AP) "Beef up your future — feed cattle in Iowa." urges a pamphlet issued by the Iowa Development Commission to help offset what officials say is a negative attitude in the cattle industry. "In light of the cattle market situation of the past few months," a cover letter says, "a negative attitude within the industry toward- expansion has developed." Roger R. Fisher, director of the commission's agriculture development and promotion division said in the letter that expansion of the beef industry "would be profitable to. many . facets of our s.tate's, economy." The pamphlet carries an Iowa map showing how in percentages many cattle could have been fed in each county in 1972 than actually were fed. Cattle feeders in Worth County, for instance, could have fed 1,994 per cent of the animals actually fed on grain produced there, the pamphlet said. "If all the grain shipped out of state in 1972 were used to feed cattle," the booklet explained, "lowans could have fed some 17 million head — 4 1 /-. times as many as were actually fed." AmongrO^hen, counties, .men- r; tioned by the commission, . Lyon Co,unty could have; .fed." 212 per cent; Pottawattamie County 224 per cent, Scott County 467 per cent and Dubuque County 261 per cent. Briefs From the AP Wire U.S. Facing Water Shortage Unless Use Reduced CHICAGO (AP) - The United States will have a critical shortage of water by the turn of the century unless consumption and use patterns can be changed, an engineering executive predicts. Except for some arid regions, the country now has an adequate supply. Brian Gallagher of Milwaukee, Wis., said. But he said that as the population, cities and industries grow, the increased demand soon will create a shortage at the present rate of consumption. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The body of an apparent victim of a traffic accident and drowning was found Thursday in a wooded area in Democrats Outp oiled Republicans DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Tuesday's unofficial primary vote of about 263,000 marked the first time in Iowa that Democrats outpolled Republicans, according to state records. The Democrat vote was about 132,500, compared to 131,000 for the Republicans. The biggest drawing Democratic race was the gubernatorial where James Schaben, William Gannon and Clark Rasmussen totaled 132,527 votes. The U.S. Senate race between David Stanley and George Milligan attracted the biggest Republican vote— 131,065. Primary election records compiled on voting go back only as far as 1908, according to Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst. The 1974 primary vote of about 263,000 was more than 30,000 under what Synhorst had predicted, and only about 13.5 per cent of the state's eligible voters. WOOL PROGRAM "Many wool producers have the idea that the Wool Payment Program is no longer active. However, that's not true," said Donald H. Severin, executive director of the Carroll County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS). "Wool producers may submit their sales documents on wool and unshorn lambs and file an application for payment on 1974 marketings at the county office," Severin said. The incentive price level remains at 72 cents per pound, as it has been since 1970. "ASCS will make payments on 1974 wool only if the National average price received by all producers falls below 72 cents per pound. The final determination of National average price will be made in March 1975," Severin said. the northwest part of the city. Authorities believe Timothy Friedel, 25, Des Moines, drowned after he tumbled off an embankment into a water- filled ditch. His car had struck a utility pole. The body was about 160 feet from the wrecked auto. ST. DONATUS, Iowa (AP)— John Lakin, 23, Dubuque, was killed when his motorcycle went out of control on U.S. Highway 52 near St. Donatus. Authorities said a passenger. Brent Brillhart, 20, Dubuque, was treated for minor injuries at a Dubuque hospital after the accident Wednesday night. WASHINGTON (AP)-The volunteer Army topped its en- Daily Record COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Paul J. HHdman, 22, Waterloo, and Lois A. Wittry, 20. Arcadia. New Vehicles Registered— Duane L. Thielen, Carroll, Chevrolet; Farm and Home Store, Carroll. Suzuki; John F. or Marilyn L. Bennett. Carroll, Starcraft camper; M and I DeHy. Inc., Manning. International; Daryl Irlbeck, Templeton, Mercury; Williarrr J. or Kathleen M. Rupiper, Templeton, Ford. DeKoster Apparently Won Election HULL, Iowa (AP)-Sen. Lucas DeKoster, R-Hull, who refused to concede defeat in the District 1 Republican primary race Tuesday, apparently has won the nomination after all. Early unofficial returns showed a 12-vote loss to challenger Harold Vermeer of Orange City over DeKoster, Senate Appropriations Committee chairman. Sioux County Atty. John Te- Pascke did some checking Wednesday and found that a human error in the precinct of Hawarden was responsible for •180 votes going to Vermeer in- ( stead of to DeKoster. : 'Vermeer had said he would not contest the result of a review of the votes. Officials said earlier Wednesday they were looking for a legal way to reopen and recheck the Voting machines in question, but did not know if that could be done prior to Monday's official canvass of votes. ON DEAN'S LIST Myron Heithoff, son of Mrs. Esther Heithoff, Carroll, Sandra Stangl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Stangl, Coon Rapids, and Kevin Heinrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Heinrich, Halbur, have been named to the dean's list for Term III at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. Full time students become eligible for the list by achieving a 3.5 out of a possible 4.0 grade point average. Record for Women on Fall Ballot DES MOINES, Iowa (API- There will be a record number of women's names on the November election ballots, says Iowa Asst. Atty. Gen. Roxanne Conlin. Results of Tuesday's primary show 27 women running for the Iowa Legislature and 176 seeking county offices. Mrs. Conlin said the result shows that Iowa voters are willing to vote for qualified people and no longer are "terribly concerned" about the sex of the candidate. Only three of the 27 legislative candidates were opposed in the.primary election, but the victory of Jo Garst of Coon Rapids is in doubt. She received a majority of the votes but had only 34.8 per cent of the total cast. If the official canvass shows she failed to receive 35 per cent the nomination of the Democratic candidate will go to convention. Mrs. Conlin said that of the 176 women running for county office, 14 are running for county supervisor—another unprecedented occurance. There are now five women county supervisors in Iowa. Real Estate Transfers- Frank C. Nielson to Fred Nielson. Part of Lot 4, Block 7. Coon Rapids. Elizabeth G. Thein to Vernon and Mayme Schafer, Lots 6 and 7, Block A, First Addition to Arcadia. Merl A. and Barbara J. Pruett to Richard J. and Arlene M. Gramowski. Lot 6, Block 8, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. Bierl Construction Company to John L. and Nancy D. Crater. Lot 1, Block 11. Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. A.W. and Florence Bock et al to Edward A. and George F. Fischer. Part of Lots 4 and 6 and all of Lot 5. Block 9, First Addition to Manning. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Randy A. Warnke, Carroll, and Richard J. Tunning, Coon Rapids, were in collision Thursday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Crawford Street, police reported. Police said the two vehicles sideswiped while westbound on the highway. No injuries were reported. MAGISTRATE COURT Found Guilty- David Barker, Nevada, was fined $20 plus court costs Wednesday after a Magistrate Court jury found him guilty on a charge of having no stickers . on his license plates. Jurors in the trial were Irene Eischeid. Carroll; Janice Abbe, Carroll; Wilma Wolfe, Manning; Marlene Brincks. Carroll: Marilyn Wuebker, Carroll; and John Wiederin, Carroll. Released on Bond- Jan Hamers. Carroll, and Jim Hamers, Fort Dodge, were each released on $100 bond after they were arrested Wednesday afternoon. Jan Hamers is charged with assault and battery and criminal trespass, while Jim Hamers is charged with criminal trespass. The two were arrested on the charges after a complaint was filed by Terri Christensen, Carroll. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Dennis M. Bauer, Templeton, a daughter, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Schneider, Carroll, a son, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Nieland, Carroll, a son, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, Des Moines, a daughter, June 5 at Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. Grandparent is Mrs. Louis Macke of Carroll. KIWANIS MEETS Larry Cruchelow, director of the Carroll County Ambulance Service, was guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday night. Harold Frey presided. THEY'VE GOT THIEVES DES MOINES (AP) Thieves have hit one out of every five farmers within the past three years, according to a poll conducted by Wallaces Farmers, one of the nation's oldest rural publications. The magazine's pollsters asked the following question of 477 Iowa farm men and women: "Have you been a victim of theft within the last three years?" Twenty per cent replied yes. Heading the list of things stolen were fuel, livestock, machinery and tools. Also the poll showed that thieves tended to pick their targets from the wealthier farmers. Of farmers with less than $10,000 yearly income, 17 R er cent reported farm efts. ' Hstment objective in May for the first time this year. Citing this and other indicators, Pentagon officials now predict the Army will hit or come close to its target of 781,600 men by June 30, the end of the first full year since the draft law died. This is a marked change from their predictions last winter that the Army probably would fall about 20,000 men short. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A 715-mile walk across Iowa to gather support begins Monday for U.S. Senate candidate Dave Stanley of Muscatine. The state representative, who won the Republican nomination in Tuesday's Manning Pool Opens June 8 MANNING - The Manning municipal swimming pool will open on Saturday June 14, weather permitting. Pool personnel for the 1974 season will be Debbie Fogleman, Peggy Bennett, Kent Rutz, Jennifer Zerwas, and Lynn Mork with Jennifer Zerwas as Coach and Lynn Mork Assistant Coach. Family season tickets will be $23 and individual tickets $14.50. Swimming lessons are scheduled to begin on June 17 and all persons interested in joining the swim team should meet at the pool Saturday, June 8 at 12:30 p.m. PUDENZ IN PLAY Steven Pudenz of Carroll is a member of the cast of "The House of Blue Leaves," to be staged June 14, 16, 20, 22, 26 and 28 and July 5, 11, and 13 during the University of Iowa's Summer Repertory Theatre season. A member of the university's repertory company last summer, Pudenz taught in Des Moines schools last year. He will enter the university as a graduate student. Guilty Plea is Withdrawn by Steinman NEW YORK (AP) - Moe Steinman. a supermarket' chain official who was accused of involvement in a $1 million bribery scheme in the meat industry, withdrew Tuesday his plea of guilty to conspiring to bribe a labor union official, a misdemeanor charge. Steinman, 56, who was indicted as a labor relations director for the Daitch-Shopwell chain, was ordered to stand trial on the charge next Sept. 30 by Justice Burton Roberts in Manhattan state Supreme Court. Only Monday, Roberts accepted with reservations Steinman's guilty plea and had set the same day, Sept. 30, for sentencing. Asst. Dist. Atty. Franklyn Snitow, who investigated the case, called Steinman a key figure in federal and local investigations into alleged bribery of labor, supermarket and government officials. Steinman was accused of entering into an agreement with Courier J. Holman, cochairman of the board of Iowa Beef Processors, Inc., of Sioux City, Iowa, to bribe the labor officials and smooth the way for the Iowa firm to sell its pre-cut and packaged meats in the lucrative market area within 125 miles of Manhattan's Columbus Circle. <;Holman is scheduled to go on trial next Monday in the same court on similar charges of conspiring with Steinman, and others to bribe labor union officials. FIGURES TRANSPOSED The table which appeared in the Daily Times Herald Wednesday carrying the unofficial results of the Carroll County primary election had results for four candidates inadvertently transposed. The figures for David Stanley and George F. Milligan, Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate, were transposed, as were the figures for Bill Ryerson and Carroll Perkins, Democratic candidates for 55th district representative. TYPISTS'S SALARIES SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Salaries for typists increased during the first quarter of 1974 but secretaries' salaries remained steady, according to a continuing survey by Western Temporary Services, Inc. primary election, said Thursday that he does not mind borrowing an idea from a Democrat. Sen. Dick Clark, D-Iowa, proved that walking can be a successful campaign technique, Stanley explained. Stanley's attire at a news conference Thursday included a blue work shirt and walking shoes. BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) A 22-year-old Des Moines, Iowa, man died Wednesday in a two-vehicle collision on the West Virginia Turnpike, state police said. Christopher Hennesy was the driver of a car which veered into the turnpike's northbound lane, striking a tractor-trailor rig, troopers said. The car then moved back onto the southbound lane and- landed in a ditch where it burst into flames, officials said. Hennsy was pronounced dead on the scene. The truck driver was not reported injured in the mishap. LOS ANGELES (AP) Leonard Woodcock has been reelected head of. the 1.5 million-member Auto Workers Union by acclamation. A lone challenger, virtually unknown, threw in the towel during Wednesday's roll-call voting. The victory at the huge independent union's convention puts Woodcock at the helm during negotiations with Big Three automakers in 1976. Deaths, Funerals MRS. BEN COMES Mrs. Ben J. Comes, 75, died at 8:45 a.m. Thursday, June 6, at her home at 315 North Crawford Street, Carroll. She had been ill seven years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday and at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Comes was the former Frances Clara Neuerburg. She was born at Carroll Sept. 1, 1898, a daughter of Henry and Mary Wilkens Neuerburg, and received her education at SS. Peter and Paul's School here. On July 24, 1917, she married Bernard John (Ben) Comes at SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll and they have lived at the above address for 49 years. She was a member of Holy/Spirit Church and Women's Guild and of the Catholic Daughters of America. ; Surviving are four children ' including Mrs. Cyril (Arlene M.) Wessling, Mrs. Albin (Ivola L.) Wessling and LaRoy H. of Carroll and Mrs. Warren (LaVonne C.) Marks o f S,,c r a n t o n ; ten gran,d children, one great-grandchild; and six sisters, Mrs. Theresa Schachtner of Fonda, Mrs. Anna Brower of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Mary Goodrich of Helpers, Utah, Mrs. John (Hilda) Nazaryk of Hawarden. Mrs. Margaret Sapp and Mrs. Ray (Lucille) Wessling of Carroll. Mrs. Comes was preceded in death by a grandson, Steven Wessling; a brother, George Neuerburg; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Corrall, Mrs. Rose Schachtner and Mrs. Matilda Thelen; and four other brothers and sisters in infancy. MRS. THERESA SCHULTE WALL LAKE - Final rites were held Wednesday for Mrs. Theresa Marie Schulte, 91, of Walt Lake. She died June 2 at Twilight Acres Nursing Home, Wall Lake, where she had resided for the last 3'/z years. Mass of the resurrection was held at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Church, Auburn; interment was in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. The Rev. Clement Flannery officiated at both the mass and commital rites. Pallbearers were Richard Olerich, Roger Heim, Larry Bundt, Lyle Schulte, Cletus Broich and Larry Schulte. The Twit Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attending the funeral were from Emerit, Minn.; Sioux Falls, S. D.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Lenox, Des Moines, Carroll and surrounding area. HENRYJ.OTTO Mass of the resurrection for Henry J. Otto, 93, of Carroll, was celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. The Rev.Edmund Tiedeman also was in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were Scott Bock, Roger Otto, Kenneth Pick, Duane Strom, Dick O'Herron and Doug O'Herron. Interment was in Our Lady of Mt, Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel, with Msgr. Lenz conducting commital rites. The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Otto, who had been in failing health four years, died June 3 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Denver, Colo.; Kansas City and Brookfield, Mo.; Wadena and Elgin, Minn.; Rock Island , III. ; Vienna, Glenwood, Kiron, Des Moines, Carroll and surrounding area. MICHAEL JOSEPH SUNBERG AUDUBON - Funeral services were held Wednesday for an Audubon man who drowned Sunday evening in a gravel pit in the southern part of Audubon County. He was Michael Joseph Sunberg, 20. The Rev. Ron Mortensen officiated at the service in the McFadden chapel, and burial was in St. Patrick's Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were John Newell, Ricky Reinitz, Jeff Hansen, Steve Christensen, Curt Christensen, and Steven Wailes. Sunberg drowned shortly after 5 p.m. when he was swimming in the abandoned gravel pit a mile east of Brayton. Sheriff Bill Shaw said Sunberg and his wife, Brenda, and John Newell, 26, of Gray, and Rick Reinitz, 17, of Hamlin, had gone to the gravel pit during the afternoon. Mrs. Sunberg and Newell did not swim but Reinitz and Sunberg did. The Audubon man was about 150 feet into the water when he shouted that he was "in trouble," the sheriff said. Before Reinitz could reach him he disappeared. Mrs. Sunberg and Newell drove to a nearby farm to call help and the Exira fire department responded. Later, a team of divers from the Lewis township volunteer fire department at Council Bluffs was called in and the body was located at about 9 p.m. Sunberg was 'born in Audubon July 17, 1953, the son of John and Olga Sunberg. He attended Audubon High School and was married Jan. 22,1972 to Brenda Obermeier of Audubon. He served from last September until March of this year in the Army. Since then he had been working for a construction firm here. Survivors include his wife; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sunberg of Prescott, Ariz.; two sisters, Mrs. John (Janet) Bishop of Rochester, III., and Mary Sunberg of Prescott. GOULD LASHER Times Herald News Service LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Gould Lasher, 73, of Lake City will be held here at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Kenneth Peterson officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery in Carroll County. Mr. Lasher, a retired farmer, died June 5 at Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City. Frances Clara Comes Carroll - Age 75 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home , after 7:00 p.m. Thunday Rosary 8:00 p.m. Thursday Rosary 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Friday Mass of the Ressurection 1:00 p.m. Saturday at Holy Spirit Church. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. officiating Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT

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