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PAGE 2 LOGANSPORT. INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, Alien Project Criticized Late News Roundup WASHINGTON <UPH - President Reagan's proposal to (u)tult %MMK) aliens a year for two years jis "KIIC.S! workers" drew .sh.'irp iTllli'isin today on Capitol Hill Sen Alan K. Simpson, K Wyo., chairman of a snhconimlltro on immigration and ivfiigoo policy, said It might onconram % (ho tllogal ItimilKruUon ;i(1mmistratinn ollicials ooitcvdo Is out of conlwl. Blast Injures 22 HOl.HUOOK. Mass. (UP!) -• An explosion ripped through an industrial plant today, turning the facility into a mass of nibble and injuring at least '2'1 people, authorities said. "it's terrible ... the building just exploded." said 1-ynne Davis, who works at a building near the damaged plant, Aerosol Research Laboratories Inc. 19 Feared Dead JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) Nineteen people aboard a South Korean fishing boat that sank in the Lombok Strait last week are feared dead, the Antara news agency reported today. Kidnappers Free Multimillionaire DUBLIN, Ireland (UPI) - Kidnappers who held multimillionaire Irish businessman Ben Dunne hooded for six days for a $900,000 ransom released him unharmed today and gave him three bullets as souvenirs of his ordeal. Dunne, ;)4, was picked up by Eamonn Malley, political correspondent for Northern Ireland's independent Downtown Radio after being left on a country lane in County Armagh by four armed and masked men, the reporter said. Cranston Predicts AWACS Defeat WASHINGTON (UPI) - Assistant Senate Democratic leader Alan Cranston today predicted a "significant" margin of victory for opponents of President Reagan's Saudi arms deal — even if the Saudis agree to additional concessions. Climbers Missing KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) - Two Swiss climbers who set out to scale the 27,339 -foot-high Himalayan peak of Lhotse Shar in eastern Nepal six days ago have failed to return, the Ministry of Tourism said today. A search by other members of the expedition has failed to find any trace of the missing men, Pierre Favez, 38, an .army officer from Vaundand and Philippe Petten, a 24-year-old mountain guide from Valais, the ministry said. Americans Reach Everest Summit KATMANDU, Nepal <UPD — TWO members of an American medical expedition reached the top of Mount Everest, equaling the Japanese climb- mg record of three successful assaults, the Ministry of Tourism said today. Quoting a radio report from the expedition, the ministry said the two climbers, Christopher Kopczynski 33 a contractor from Spokane, Wash and Sundere Sherpa, 20, reached the summit of 29,028 feet Wednesday. Tremor In Italy AVELLINO. Italy (UPI) - A sharp earth tremor caused some panic but no damage or casualties today in the region of Avellino that was severely hit by last November's major earthquake in southern Italy, police reported. Markets Around Town Livestock INDIANAPOLIS . ITli Luesuvk Ko£s l.:'f<i, borrows and gilts jnevrnly Meady: ,» lew over 2W1 Hi ste.iriy [o 50 higher: No 12 220--ro !!•> -i:V50-)5 ::>, IW-L'M >t> 45 J.i li; •IS ,Hl. No ',-:! L'>0 -SO Hi 4-! :HMf> 2S. No •:-.; iiw-iso ib «1x1-4.1.50. s»w> steady to 50 hitler. N\i K; xw-'*So ;;• 4i> iVv.i6.iV> C.itUe 1,1*1. suvrs and heifers not we!! tested: cows 1 30-.UH) lower, bulls steady to 1 00 lower; £i*xi stefrs 55HI-5700; choice he;:ers 57 50-5Sn), mixed £ood ana choice .v;.5ii, breaking utility and CPrr,:r.iTi.-.ai Ccnvs ,!7 iuM'J 75. tnin- w.f ar:;::y .M uKiS ii. cutter 30 00 ,'6 xV eanner anc low Cvitter ?0 (Xi:.\ v>. Liulis-i! oo~w so Sheep KXi, held for 12 noon Hogs Indiana Direct Hogs A range of prices at 70 Indiana rurii: markets. Demand good, barrows and gilts mos'.'y steady: No !-2 :ioo-:!4(.i Ib 43 fn'-44.~s. litO-^ii) Ib 4'J io-43.S(i. .•Jil-J.-nl Ib 43.00-44 25: Vo !-'! 250-260 In 42 25-CUKI, sows stead' 1 !o M hUher No 1 3 'JOO-600 Ib 38DO Grain Superior Court Dennis Ross, IS. Rt 1, Burnettsvillp. and James D. Craft. 20, Flora, formally have been charged in Cass Superior Court with thefl They are accused of stealing a portable generator in August, 1981, from a field in Jefferson Township, The generator was owned by Ivan Meeker The pair was jailed after being arrested by Cass County Police. Sean Douglas McCartney, 21, 1827 £ Broadway, is scheduled to be" arraigned Thursday in Cass Superior Court on charges of theft and forgery. McCartney faces one charge of theft and two counts of theft. He allegedly stole two checks from Bus Plus, Inc., 640 Burlington Ave.. in September. The checks later were forged and cashed for $460, court records indicate Charles C. Frank, 5!, of 1902 Woodlawn Ave. has been fined $100 for driving while intox- icated. The fine came otter Frank changed his plea from innocent to guilty. His license was suspended one year. Stuart Price, 24, Monticello, was fined $175.20 and assessed $34 in court costs for driving over maximum gross weight limit. Joseph P. Collins, 22, 726 North St., was fined $100 and assessed $34 in court costs for driving while intoxicated. His license was restricted one year to driving necessary to employment. Gregory A. Colter, 21, 1007 Riverside Dr., was found innocent of a charge of driving while intoxicated. David L. Walker, 866 Garfield St., has been found guilty in Cass Superior Court on a charge of criminal trespass. Walker was arrested In connection with an incident May 3, 1981. He was asked by a bartender to leave Holiday Inn. U.S. 24 E. but refused', according to court documents. Judgment was withheld in the case, and no fine was assessed. Variances Approved By Board L'HK'AGO t'Pl' •- Wheat, corn and soybeans wire :ower and o;:l;: hijj'K'T at midmorr.ing Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade Wheat was oft 2 !o 1 ', cents; corn off 1 ', lo 1: oats up '; to 2 ' i; and soybeans otf a ' _• to 5 cents. After optmng higher, prices turned lower at midmormng as traders noted a lack ot news to give the market direction Financial instruments were weak while the dollar was gaining strength on foreign exchanges Export sales of wheat and soybeans to the Soviet Union and wheat to China, both announced Wednesday, gave the market a little support Overnight country mwemer.l continued very light across the Midwest, despite increased harvest activity. Farmers n-ere storing their corn and soybeans on the farm because of low cash prices, merchandisers said. Spain was in the market today for '50,000 tonnes of barley for delivery before the end of the year. The midmorning prices included : Wheat Dec 4.29 ] u off i '•.,; March 4.b€ off 2; May 4.CC ': off 'i Corn Dec 2.87 U off: '<; March 3.06'jo.'f!, May 3.18 otf 1 •., Oats Dec. 2.12 :4 up '.; March 2.116 '-j up 2 '..: May 1.98 : '-i up 2. Soybeans Nov. fi,49 off 3 ';; Jan C.68oit4; March fi. 90 '-..off 4. The outside markets were lower. Hospital Notes Gold NEW YORK i UPI) - Foreign and Domestic gold prices qunled in dollars per troy ounce Thursday; London Morning fixing «4.CO up S.60. Afternoon fixing 433.75 up 4 75. Pans (free marked 43582 off 8.76. Frankfurt 436.01 up 2.04 Zurich 43 1 !. 5(1 up 3.00 New York Handy 2nd Herman 433.75 up 4.75. Ei.gelhard, base price for refining spilling an;l unfabricatcd gold 433 75 up 4.7i> per :roy ounce- Selling price, ,'abricat'ed gold -V">j.44 up 4 99 per troy ounce Stocks NEW YORK iCPl - The stock market was in a broad decline early Thursday as Wall Street pondered the course of interest rates, inflation and ihe economy. Trading was moderate The Dow Jones industrial averago. which eased O.K5 point Wednesday, was off 6.47 points lo 844.55 around noon EOT. Some technical analysis said the Dow was in ihe pnxess of testing its lu-month low of 824 set Sept 25 pnor to arc-cent rally. Declines led advarees, 9o6-:M3, among the 1,642 issues crossing the .\e* York Stork Exchange (ape. Big BiisM >oli;m<- at the two- hour mark amounted to about 19.3M.IXJO shares compared iv.'.h 22.4UO,iiOfl traded during the same period Wednesday. fm-eslors were disturbed by the government's report Wednesday that inflation loomed at 9.4 percent anriual rale in the third quarter compared with a fi.4 percent level in the second period. The report of high inflation put a damyti ori investors hopes that interest rates, wfiicfi r»mam a! abnormal highs, wouiri cease their recent c'«cline because the Federal Reserve wuuld have to restrain credit even more than it has In the ;>ast. (•/••rali. ''}<• 'i'NP of !>ood? a/:d S(;,"i" iirifi[»eu li.f, percent followu.y ,1 l.B percent decline MI (he s?i-oin< iiiartei Ti,e t»o defines formally indicate a recession Bu! Jfi'-n; wis 'Considerable ;it baie sbou: the depth of this recession. President Reagan and aides scy It will be short and sweet. Many economics believe it will be severe And no one has a definite concrete remedy for the econorn* 's condition of sluggishness, heavy government borrowing, persistently high ink-test rates and nagpins inflation. logansport BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. James Brown, 2609 Emmet Drive, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Leeman, 2314 E. Broadway, a son. Mr, and Mrs. David Huff, 1B15 Spear St., a daughter. ADMITTED Paul Farrell, 110 E. Miami St. Brian Jus!ice, Rt. -t. Chester E. Zartman, 1224 CummingsSt. Grace P. Smith, 1813 N. Third St. Raymond Clements, 72 Eel River AVL. Clara Ahlfeld. 1830 North St. Linda Flook. Bunker Hill. Jill Strahlem, Rt. y. JuanitaFord, Rt.4. Marilyn Mize, 2100 Oakland Ave. DISMISSED John W. Martin Jr., 25 SchieleRoad, Oscar Deford, 1307 Lobellia St. Paige Smith, 609 Wheatland Ave. Fred Nethercutt, Anoka Acres. Richard Barr, 627 Barclay St. Mrs. Harold Hizer and son, 924 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Weidon Hicks and daughter, Flora. Jason Koch, Roann. Dian Hersnberger. 503 MobleySt. MiOiael Grantham, 97a Sherman St. Florence Maxson, 3oO Cass Plaza. Monticello DISMISSED Ryan Elliott. Shelley Pearson Amy Rhode. Joseph Clerget, Chalmers. Peru ADMITTED Mrs. George Roberts, Bunker Hill Mrs. Kenneth Scott, 12 Moseiey Road. George White, 74 Maugans Road. DISMISSED Mrs. Ray Stalltr and daughter, Lopansport. Mrs. Julius Marburger and dauber, 20 S. Park Ave. Hubert Robertson, 1102 W. Fifth St. Victoria Houlihan, 623 S. Broadway. Mrs. Paul Mclntosh, 430 E. Third St. Marisa Townsend, Rt. 3. Mrs, Albert Voss and daughter, Walton. Paul Whitesel, Macy Mrs. Richard Spark's. 519 W. MainS't. Mrs. Wayne Klepinger. Bunker Hill. Rochester ADMITTED Judy Wappenstein, 1308 Washington Blvd. Mark Shambarger, 700 Jay St, Dorothy Harrell, Fulton. Anjanette Grosvenor. Rt. 2. Charles Davis, 255 Main St. Carol Wickoff, Claypool. Tagen Long. Kewanna, DISMISSED Betty DeMien, 221 W. 10th St.. transferred to St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis. Winamac BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wuethrich, Francesville. a son. Mr. and Mrs. James Pier- rou, a son. ADMITTED Ruby Bos well. Clay Smith. Star City. Lorraine Tunis. Lester Bulington. Mon- ticeJlo. John Raybould, Knox. Gertrude Highland, Kewanna. Kevin Smith, Kewanna. DISMISSED Jimmy White. Mrs, Michael At!air and son, Mrs. Bobuy Roark. Monon. Mrs. Michael Hickman and son, Monon. Mrs. William McClain, Star City. Emma Cason, Rochester. Mrs. Oscar Minkert, Francesville. Sarah Trusty, North Judson. Mrs. Julian Brandt. Cletus Clark. Mrs. Kyle Owens and son. William Hightower, Kewanna Georgia Coots, Francesville. The Logansport Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday allowed three variances for city properties. The Logansport Plan Commission Monday recommended that the variances be granted by the zoning board. The unanimous votes will allow a small engines repair shop for Ronald C. Beck at 519 Mobley; a sign over the sidewalk for Thomas A. Stewart Interiors, 715 E. Broadway, and a warehouse in the former Dave's Supermarket for the City Of Logansport. Police Reports Wednesday 8:34 a.m.-Theft Glen Wood residence, 4M' L -12th St. Tools valued at SiiOO taken from parked truck. Logansport Police Department investigated. 10:30 a.m. —Break-in. Shrine Club, 415 High St. Tables and chairs stolen from storage shed behind club. Value undetermined. LPD. Wafer Rates.... Continued From Page 1 operation in Logansport. The board decided to Hemberger said the 1982 njre a rate consu it an t to budget also includes $20,000 for storm sewer repair. There is a debate currently as to who is responsible for storm sewer repair, Utility Manager Stephen Kovacs asked the board at its last "meeting to review the problem. Kovcs said the utility was stuck with a $5,000 bill for repairing a storm sewer in Mount Hope Cemetery. Kovacs said storm sewers have nothing 'to do with the waste water tr««atrnpnt study the sewage rates and tap on charges before making a final recommendation to the city council. The consultant is to be paid no more than $5,000. The board passed the motion to hire the consultant unanimously. Hemberger told the board that although water rates increased 54 percent in May of 1980 the utility- still lost money. He said the time period Kickback Charged INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - William 0. Radseck. Carmel, was ordered held under $200.000 bond following his arrest on charges of mail fraud, extortion and conspiracy. A federal grand jury returned a 12-count indictment earlier Wednesday charging Radseck, the Indiana claims manager for Milwaukee Mutual Insurance Co.. with asking and receiving kick backs for awarding insurance repair contracts to firms at South Bend and Indianapolis. between asking for the increase and the actual increase was so long that expenses outweighed the increase. He said chemical costs tripled last year. The utility is also facing an additional rate increase to pay for a water renovation project which Water Superintendent Paul Hartman said would cost between $3 million and $3 !2 million. Hartman said he would like to see an.immediate 25 percent increase so that a huge increase is not needed when the bonds are sold for the water renovation project. Hemberger has also been critical of the water rate schedule. The water rates are based upon the amount of water a customer uses He said larger customers using over a million gallons of water a month are paying only half of what it costs for over a million gallons than it costs the utilitv to produce. The controller said a 25 percent increase would not affect individual users the same way. He said the average increase would be 25 percent, but some larger users may see an increase of up to 50 percent while homeowners would see a much smaller increase. Hemberger said he is confident that he could justify a 49.6 percent increase in water rates immediately based on PSC rules and regulations. He said he is positive a 25 percent increase would pass the commission with no problems. He said a 25 percent increase "won't cure all of what ails the utility, but it's a first step before facing the problems with the bond issue." The board approved on a 5-0 vote the 1982 water budget and authorized a study to initiate a 25 percent increase in water rates. 1:50 p.m.—Arrest. Tom L. Simons, 31. 231 Wheatland Ave., arrested and jailed on charge of receiving stolen property. LPD. 4 p.m.—Vandalism, James D. McGuire residence, 100 W. Miami Ave. Windshield smashed on parked car. LPD 4:11 p.m. —Property- damage accident. Third and Columbia streets. Police said collision involved cars driven by Susan Tabler. 36, Rt. 2. and Suzie Runkle, 27. Rt. i, Akron. LPD. 4:20 p.m.—Vandalism, 2212 Grandview Dr. Home being built by building trades program of Logansport School Corp. damaged. Siding damaged by pellet gun. Windows of storage trailer also damaged. Cass County Police. 5:30 p.m.—Arrest, ^'m Simons, 29, 430 Wheatland Ave., arrested and jailed on charge of possession of stolen property. LPD. 5:48 p.m. —Vandalism, Georgia Winegardner residence. 416',-j 10th St. Rear tires slashed on parked car. LPD. 7:55 p.m.—Theft, Johnson's Tavern, 30s E. Jackson St., Galveston. Wanda Gullion of Kokomo. an employee, said her purse was stolen from beneath a counter in kitchen area. CCP. 8:40 p.m. —Property- damage accident, 17th and Spear Streets. Police said collision involved cars driven by David E. Hughes, 18, 810 W. Broadway, and Thomas M. Shafer, 22, 978 Sherman St. LPD. Carroll Jury Grants Judgment Against Attorney Obituaries Ruth E. Daywalt By GARY GERARD And DAVID MARONEY Staff Writers DELPHI - A Carroll Circuit Court jury ruled Wednesday that Logansport attorney Frederick Bowyer had a conflict of interest in a divorce action and ordered him to pay $2.000 damage. The ruling came in a damage suit filed against Bowyer by Loretta Coffey in connection with a 1973 divorce action. The jury deliberated about six hours before returning the judgment against Bowyer. According to court documents, the woman was represented by Bowyer in a 1973 divorce against involving her husband at that time, Bill Patterson. The divorce action was conducted in Carroll Circuit Court. Under terms of the a property settlement, the woman was given possession of a jointly- owned home for five years. The home, according to records, is in the Highland Park Addition of Logansport. The 1973 divorce action stipulated that after five years, the woman and her former husband should resolve the ownership issue. They couldn't agree on a settlement, however, and the matter went back to Carroll Circuit Court in 1973. When the case went back to court, the ex-husband was represented by Bowyer, according to the complaint. The court ruled, in 1978, that Patterson could have the house if he paid his ex-wife $4,000. The former wife filed suit against Bowyer on June 13, 1980, alleging he ''carelessly and negligently" represented her. Bowyer's attorney, Joseph A. Noel Sr., of Kokomo, said Thursday there may be some form of appeal in the case since the verdict "went against the evidence....Fred should have been vindicated, because he did nothing wrong. :> Noel added, "If I had to speculate now. I'd .-.peculate I will die a motion to set. the verdict aside." He said a final decision on appeal prod- cedures would rest with Bowyer, however. 12% Of Voters Face Cass Purge (USPS 317-780) THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE Daily and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) $1.30 per week by carrier in all cities and towns; $5.65 per month by motor route. Prepayment in office 13 weeks-$16.90, 26 weeks-»3.80,52 weeks-$67.60. By mail in Indiana where no carrier or motor route service maintained: 3 months-$20.00, 6 months-$32.00, 1 year-KQM, By moil outside Indiana: 3 months-$21.00, 6 montns-$37,00,1 year-$69,50. All mail subscriptions payable in advance. No mail subscriptions where carrier or motor service is maintained. On al! subscriptions paid ir advance publisher reserves the right to adjust the expiration date on a pro-raU basis In '.he event any increase is made in t!;e price of the newspaper. Adjustments shall be made on the effective date of any announced price Increase. 10:30 p.m. —Vandalism, William l/unter. 1423 E. Broadway. Parked car's back window broken. LPD. Thursday 5:08 a.m.-Vehicle damaged, 200 block of W. Ottawa Avenue. Christine Titus, 1313 Liberty St., reported windshield of her car smashed. LPD. Pnaros established 1844 Journal established 1849 Reporter established lliS'j Tribune established 1907 Logansport Press established 1921 Published by Logansport Newspapers, Inc., 517 East Broadway, Logansport, Indiana 46947. Second class postage paid at Logansport, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1897, MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION Nearly 12 percent of Cass County's registered voters could be removed from registration lists next month. The Cass County Clerk's office has begun purge procedures against 2,993 voters who have been inactive for three years, have moved or have changed their names. This represents 11.9 percent of the county's 25,094 re- Battery, battery box and ca- gistered voters. The 2,993 voters in question have been mailed printed forms !n connection with the purge. They can be reinstated to the rolls by updating records within 30 days. Carolyn Beauchamp, a spokesman for the clerk's voters who have been inactive three years can be reinstated simply by sign ing the forms and mailing them back. They are pre- stamped by the clerk's office and must be rs- turrK'd within 30 days of the postmark. She said, however, that people with changes in their addresses or names DENVER - Ruth E. Daywait, 80, Mexico, died ft noon Wednesday in Dukes Memorial Hospital. Born Nov. 2, 1900, she was the daughter of Reuben and Samantha English Armantraut. She was married Oct. 28, 1919 in Peru to Park W. Daywalt, who preceded her in death on May 20, 1971. Surviving is a sister, Maude Reynolds. St. Petersburg, FJa., and several nieces and nephews. A sister preceded her in death. She was a member of the Mexico Church of the Brethren and the Jefferson Township Home Extension Club. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Mexico Church of the Brethren with Rev. Don Ritchey officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery in Mexico Friends may call at the McCain Funeral Home in Denver from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday or an hour prior to the services on Saturday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mexico Church of the Brethren. Paul L. Guise FLORA -- Paul L Guise. 62. 314 E Clark St.. Flora, died Wednesday at 12: 10 p.m. at his residence. Born in Northwest Township. Ohio, Jan. 13, 1959, he was the son of Wayne and Mary F. Parson Guise. On Aug. 7, 1943, he was married to Elizabeth Hay. who survives. A farmer, he was a U.S. Army infantry veteran of World War II and a member of the Flora Masonic lodge No. 605. Surviving with the wife are the mother. Mary Guise, Montgomery. Mich.: two son,-, Thomas W., Rt. i. Bringhurst; and Christopher II., at home: two daughters. Martha K. Bowyer Kt. 1. Camden: and Susan Null, Lafayette; two orothers, Lowell, Montgomery, Mich.; and Randall, Montpelier, Ohio: six grandchildren and four step-grandchildren. One son and one grandson preceded him in death. Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Reinke Funeral Home, with the Rev. Vernon Powell officiating. Burial will be in Maple Lawn Cemetery, Flora. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday Memorial contributions may be made to the Lafayette Home Hospital Foundation. Funeral Notices ARNOLD Services for Goldie must go to the clerk's ££* .**• p4m . ^ Voorhis Funeral Home. Monticello. Burial will be" in Masonic Cemetery, Delphi. ly call from 4 to 9 ble stolen from tractor. Value undetermined. CCP. Correction voter Joy Allen Cunningham was their given custody of a daughter in the Cass Superior Court dissolution of his marnage previously was reported incorrectly. The Pharoi- Tribune regrets any inconvenience this might have caused. registrations. These w m be in Mount Hope changes, she said, cannot Cemetery, be made on the "notice of Friends may call from 2 to4 suspension" mail forms. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Voters who do not re- CHESSMAN' spond within 30 days ^Services for G._ Wesley automatically will be removed from the registration lists, Beauchamp said. Home, R^heste^ Burial" win These people would have he in Rochester !OOF to re-register before they cemetery, could vote again. Friends may call from 2:30 The purge represents an to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday effort by both the Re- from 9 a.m. until the time of publican and the tne service. Memorial Democratic parties to up- contributions may be made to date registration lists in ""L Libe , rty ., Baptist Church Cass County. The purge bulWmg ^FFERS was requested in affidavits MONTICELLO - Services submitted by precinct tor V idet Jefters, rs 205 E committeemen from both Fisher St., will be at in-.so parties. a.m. Friday at the Miller- LOWE CAMDEN - Services for Grant E. Lowe, 67, Kendallville, will be Firday at 2 p.m. at the Sullivan Funeral Home, Camden, with Dr. Sam Young officiating. Burial win be in Camden Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday. Memorial contributions may be made :o the Cass County Hear) Association. SWANK Services for Nora J. Swank 89, 822-i7th St. will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the McCloskey-HamiJton Gundrum Funeral Hon»-> Burial will be in Mount Ho>v Cemetery. ' " Friends may call from 7 to 3 p.m. Weanesday.