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PAGE M-CH1U.ICOTHE, MISSOURI-44M1 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JUNE 30, \9tO Taxes rising faster than prices * Chula man hurt critically By LOUISE COOK Associated Press Writer A new index confirms what many people have suspected for years Taxes are rising f a s t e r t h a n j u s t a b o u t anything else -- including prices The index was developed by the Tax Foundation Inc , a non profit research group based in Washington, D C The foundation looked at average federal, state and local levies over the years It compared the increases in taxes with the increase in prices and in the real output of the private business sector The index shows that from l%7 - the year used as a base -- to 1I79, taxes more than tripled rising by about 226 percent During the same period, prices -- as measured by an indicator called the Gross National Product price deflator -- just about doubled, increasing by 109 percent (The GNP price deflator is different from the Consumer Price Index, partly because it takes into account some of the changes in buying habits that occur during periods of inflation While the deflator went from 100 in 1967 to about 209 at the end of 1979, the Consumer Price Index went from 100 to about 230 ) Looking at productivity, the foundation researchers found that the real output of the private business sector, in constant dollars went up only 44 percent in the 13-year period that ended m 1979 A look at per capita personal income figures from the Com merce Department shows that income hasn't kept pace with taxes In 1967, per capita personal income was $3,153 It rose 176 percent to $8,706 in 1979 The rise in taxes has been particularly sharp m recent years, the foundation said From 1975 to 1979, for example, the tax index went up 65 percent -- more than twice the 30 percent rise m the price deflator index and more than three times the 21 percent increase in th output index The foundation is condut ting more research to find out what types of taxes at each l e v e l of g o v e r n m e n t -federal, state and local -- are rising fastest Preliminary studies indicate that the state and local taxes increased much more rapidly than federal levies* during the late 1960s and early 1970s After that, the foundation says, the trend was reversed From 1973 to 1979, the index of federal taxes went up 74 per cent while the index of state and local taxes went up about 30 percent An eai lier foundation study, meanwhile, showed that the heaviest federal Ux burden falls on residents of big cities and the surrounding suburbs The foundation calculated that the federal, per capita tax Financial News CHICAGO l AP) -- Futures trading Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade Open High Low Close Chg W1IKAT 5.0OO bu : dollars per bu. Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul 4 1 9 421'.! 4 30 4 J4 449'.: 4 52 4 61 4 65 4 I b ' i 4 2 0 ' 4 29 4 46 4 r,n 4 64 4 71 4 64 4 65 4 69 4 6 1 4 33' 4 51' 4 64' 4 70 469 i -- 01'._. - 01 · - O O ' i t + 01 Sales Fn 27,464 Total Thur COKN open interest Fri 51, 696, up 409 from Mar 186 186 185 1 8 5 ' i -- OO'/i May 1 88 1 89 1 88 1 89 - 00' i Sales Fn 1,864 Total open interest Fn 5,181, off 65 from Thur SOYBEANS 5,000 Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul bu., dollars per 657 667 677 6 92 / 4 708 7 26V.! 7 38 fi 745 6 7 1 ' 680 6 88 1 /. 705 7 19 738 7 50. bu l 6 55".; 6 64 Vi 687 7 03 7 19'/j 732 7 59'^ 7 43 6 7 1 6 7 9 ' j 6 88 7 0 4 7 19 7 37 '4 7 50 7 59'.; + 14 + 12' i + 13 + 13'/_ + 12'. -t 15 + 14'/^ + 14'.! NEW Y O R K ( A P ) Markets at a glance Stocks Lower Chicago Wheat Lower Corn Narrowly mixed Oats Higher Soybeans Higher NEW YORK ( A P ) - Stock prices tumbled in moderate trading today amid renewed worries about the economy and inflation The Dow Jones average of 5,000 bu ; dollars per bu Jul 282 2 84' j 2 81 2 84'^ + 01 '4 Sep 2 88'i 2 90'i 2 87'j 2 9 0 ' i + 02'.) D e c 2 9 5 ^ 2 9 8 ^ 2 9 4 2 9 8 U + 0 3 U Mar 3 O7'j 3 10U 3 06N 3 10'j + 03 May 3 1 4 ' i 3 18 3 14 3 18 + 03 J u l 3 1 8 ' j 3 2 3 3 1 8 ' j 3 2 3 +03'.! Sales Fn 33,180 Total open interest Fn 146,905, up 63 from Thur Note Close is average of last two trades OATS 5,000 bu. dollars per bu. Jul 1 73 1 73 1 69'. 1 69'i -04 Sep 175'i 176 1 74'.i 1 7 4 ' j -- O l ' i Dec 1 80''i 1 81 1 79 1 80 -- 01 Sales Fri 60,920 Total open interest Fn 117,898, up 6,007 from Thur KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Wheat futures Mon day on the Kansas City Board of Trade WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum, dollars per bushel Open High Low Close Chg 4 14 4 15 4 11 4 Hi., -- O 4 ' i 4 27 4 28'Xt 4 24 4 43 4 45 4 40 4.56V.! 4 56W 4 55 Jul Sep Dec Mar May Sales Fri 7,850 Total open interest Fn 96,135, up 7,785 from Thu 4 2 5 4 4 2 4 56',, 4 7 0 -- 04' 4 -04 _. 04 Unch KANSAS CITY, Mo ( A P ) Quotations for Monday Cattle 300 Bulk of receipts to be held over or the auction later in the week Hogs 1,500 T r a d i n g moderate Barrows and gilts s t e a d y . 1-2 210-250 Ib 42 75-43 25, 110 head at 43 50, 1-3 250-270 Ib 4225-4275, 2-3 couple lots "295 Ib 38 50. Sows 1 00-2 00 higher, 1-3 300-550 Ib 34 50 35 50, few 550-600 Ib 3600 Sheep 150 Spring slaughter I a m b s steady Spring slaughter lambs, choice and prime 85-100 Ib 61 00-62 00 Slaughter ewes, cull to good 1000-1400 Estimated receipts for Tuesday Cattle 600, hogs 1,500, sheep 100 30 industrial stocks fell 11.35 to 870 48 as of two-thirds of the way through the trading session The Commerce Department reported the Index of Leading Indicators fell 2 4 percent in May The index is the govern ment's chief economic forecasting tool Its latest decline was the seventh drop in past eight months There were more than three declining issues for each gainer on the New York Stock Exchange Big Board volume came to a moderate 20 64 million shares two thirds of the way through the trading session Oil issues were generally lower after their recent gains · Standard Oil California dropped 2'/i to 77'/ 2 , Mobil lost 1 ',, 107P/H, news notes Continued From Page 1 Cunningham son Storm warning test Mr and Mrs Ronald Cunningham, RFD 5, announce the arrival of a 9-pound, 8-ounce son born Sunday, June 29, at 8-53 a m at Hednck Medical Center. Health center clinic The Livingston County Health Center will hold a blood pressure clinic in its office, 518 Park Lane, Wednesday from 1:30 to 3 p m The clinic is open to the public Son for Rogerses Mr. and Mrs Gary Rogers, Gallatm, are the parents of an 8-pound, 14-ounce son born Sunday, June 29, at 11 · 12 a.m at Hednck Medical Center Henry Rees to be 80 A card shower is planned for Henry L. Rees of Iowa, who will be 80 years old Sunday July 6. His address is Henry L Rees, 704 East Harrison Street, Washington, la 52353 Bizzy Belles picnic The Bizzy Bells Extension Club will have a family picnic Tuesday evening at Clay Street Park at 6:30. Persons are to bring picnic baskets and table service Hugheses to Colorado Mr and Mrs Morgan Hughes have returned to their home in Fort Collins, Colo., after 10 days visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs. Eugene Foster, Hale, and Mr. and Mrs Harold Hughes. Dawn. Troop 120 review Boy Scout Troop 120 will hold a regular meeting and a board of review tonight. A final check will be made of those going to camp next week to see that schedules and the camp roster are filled out properly. Regular meeting time is 7 p.m. All socuts planning to attend camp next week should be present this evening for a final check. Methodist women The United Methodist Women of the Chilhcothe United Methodist Cnruch will have a unit meeting Thursday morning at 9.30 in the social hall. Dorcas Circle will serve as hostess. Mrs. Bennita Linton will furnish the program and special music by the Senior Volunteers Chorus. Mount Olive 1/.M.W. The United Methodist Women of the Mt. Olive United Methodist Church will not meet Wednesday but will meet Wednesday, July 2 The place will be announced at a later date. Court of Awards Boy Scout Troop 130, sponsored by the United Methodist Church, will hold a court of Awards in the social hall of the church Tuesday. The Court of Awards will be preceded by a covered-dish dinner at 6:30 p.m. in the social hall. Investure services will be held for all new Scouts who have joined the troop since the last Court of Awards in February Rank and metit badges will be presented to those who have earned them. Fifty-two Scouts and six adults will leave for Camp Geiger on Sunday, July 8, and information will be given out regarding camp. All scouts and parents are asked to be present Tuesday evening. The monthly storm warning test will be held in Chilhcothe Wednesday at 10 a m weather permitting Lloyd Klein visits Lloyd Klein, Newtown, returned Saturday to his home after having spent two weeks with his daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Fred Tucker On Thursday evening they attended a barbeque dinner hosted by his grad- daughter, Mrs. Art Romeiser, in honor of her husband, Art, on his birthday Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Frank Romeiser, Sr and Frances, Utica and Mr. and Mrs Frank Romeiser, Jr , Sean and Kurt Owens guests Mr and Mrs Nelson F Owens and son, Jim, enter- tamed the following relatives at their home in Excelsior Springs, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs Homer Lee Owens, Walhngford, Conn , Jerry Owens, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens, Olathe, Kan , Mary Owens, Carrollton, Mrs. Barney Hatfield, and Ginny and Mr and Mrs. Junior Houseworth, Jeremy and Bradley, Excelsior Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Melvm Moeller, Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shull, Hale. Jeff Spainhower here Jeff Spainhower, son of gubernatorial candidate Jim Spainhower, will be guest speaker at the Missounans for Spainhower meeting Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock The meeting will take place in the Chilhcothe State Bank Community room. For more information call Scott Lmdley at 646-4857 or 646-6560 Show-Me 4-H The Show-Me 4-H club will met at 7 30 Monday July 7, at the Chula Community Center. The program is local achievment. Legion meeting The American Legion will have a regular meeting Tuesday at 8 30 p m at the Legion Hall. Nichole Renee Cherry Mr and Mrs Steve Cherry, Aurora, 111 , announce the arrival of their first child, a daughter, Nichole Renee born this morning Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Gene Burnett, Aurora, 111, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eh Lucas, Neosho Paternal great- grandparents are Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones, 1816 'Rinehart Drive. Baptist WMU The Baptist Women of the WMU of the First Baptist Church, Chillicothe, will meet Thursday at 9-30 a m. at the church. The study will be "Getting Started on a New Missions Field," from the Royal Service Louise Courtney, president, will direct the session Double-H 4-H The local achievement event for Double H 4-H club will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Farmers' Electric building. burden for the nation as a whole was $1,599 in 1977, the latest year for which complete statistics were available. Residents of the 266 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas -- the country's biggest population centers -- had a per-capita tax burden of $1,728 People living outside the statistical areas had a burden of only $1,244 per person * Litton Continued From Page 1 Nannie Gibson and Elsie Skylberd, both of Kansas City; and two brothers, Harold Litton and Laurence Litton, both of Lock Springs. He was preceded in death by his son, Jerry, daughter-in- law, Sharon, and two grandchildren, all killed in a plane crash near Chilhcothe, August 3, 1976, a brother and two sisters The services which were held at 2 p.m at the United Methodist Church were conducted by the Rev Bill Lindblom and Dr Earl Griffith Miss Virginia Wall sang "The Lord's Prayer", accompanied by organist Mrs Oscar Cooke. Burial was under the direction of the Gordon Home for Funerals. Pallbearers were Ed Turner, C.P. Hutchinson, Charles Reed, Ken Harden, David Macoubrie, Curtis Joy, Jack Young and Ray Mitchell. The f a m i l y asks that memorials be made in his memory to the Jerry Litton Family Memorial Foundation or the Cancer Fund KANSAS CITY, Mo (AP)Wheat 657 cars- l/ 4 to 11 lower, No 2 hard 4.07-4.14; No 3404V4-42l'/4n, No 2 red w h e a t 3 67-3 68, No 3 3 62'/4-3.71'/ 2 n. Corn 190 cars. 1% lower to V* higher; No. 2 white 560-610n, No. 3 5.40-6 05n, No 2 yellow 2 90%, No. 3 2 52-2 91n Oats 0 cars- Unch; No. 2 w h i t e 1 81-1.92n, No. 3 1 71-1 91n. No 2milo4.60-5.00n. No 1 soybeans 6 27'/2-6 39%n. Sacked bran 99.50-100.00. Sacked shorts 107 50-108 00. Continued From Page 1 pickup received moderate damage to the right front. The accident was investigated by Troopers James Fox and John Elliott. Calf Killed The highway patrol said a small calf, under 100 pounds in weight, was killed late Saturday night on Route BB by a car driven by Ervin Dean Cokerman, 26, of Meadville Cokerman was not injured in the accident Cokerman was southbound on BB just after 11 p m when the 1980 Oldsmobile Cutlass he was driving struck and killed the black calf. Owner of the animal is unknown, said the patrol. Cokerman's car received moderate damage to the right front. The accident was in- vestigated by Trooper James Fox. Gravel On Curve A Braymer teenager escaped injury Saturday afternoon at 4:45 when he lost control of the car he was driving and struck an embankment. Sixteen-year-old Stephen Fred Masten, of r u r a l Braymer, was northbound on Route C, 1.6 miles south of Utica, when he rounded a curve and lost control of his car on loose gravel The patrol said Masten's car, a 1966 Ford Mustang, went off the left side of the road, hit an embank ment, bounced back on the highway and came to rest blocking the southbound lane of traffic The car sustained moderate damage to the front and sides The a c c i d e n t was in vestigated by Trooper James Fox Deaths And Funerals Mrs. Cleora Bailey Mrs Cleora Bailey, 81, former resident of the Hale and Avalon communties, died this morning in Cedar Rapids la Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced from the Lmdley Funeral Home *Heat wave Claude S. Ball, Braymer Continued From Page 1 irrigation is the only thing that will save us now," said county agent Don Decker "Fruit crops are severely damaged and peaches especially are turning into little knots " In Arkansas, more than 2.2 million broilers and 185,000 breeder hens had died, and as many as 5 million breeders and 500,000 hens could succumb, said Don Allen, executive vice president of the Arkansa Poultry Federation In O k l a h o m a , where weekend temperatures climbed as high as 111 degrees, the concrete-slab roadway on a portion of Interstate 40 "blew up" as searing' temperatures caused it to expand. And a motor home burst into flames when 105-degree heat ignited propane from a storage tank beneath the vehicle. The two Wichita, Kan , families inside escaped uninjured Claude S. Ball, 82-year-old rural Braymer resident, died Saturday. He operated a general store in Tmney Grove for 42 years. Mr. Ball was born May 11, 1898, m Carroll County, son of John and Nannie Emmanne Ball He was a member of the Methodlrt Church Survivors include a son, Gene Ball, Independence; a daughter, Mrs Betty Burns, Carrollton; sister, Mrs Edna Hyatt, Kansas City; four grandchildren, and a great-grandson Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Braymer United Methodist Church with the Rev James Holt officiating Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery at Braymer The family will receive friends at 7 30 this evening at Pitts Funeral Home in Braymer MISSED TOUR MKR? CALL 646-2411 6:39 r\M.-7:30 P.M. Srtmkqr *00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. Ca*U For Mbiad Nptn WM ·· Trim (Mr At The Akm NMI* Woman is struck vyith fist and knocked into store window Chillicothe police investigated an assault with property damage, a case involving the welfare of a child, a motorcycle theft, three cases of vandalism, an incident of property damage, a case of dog bite, and a traffic accident over the weekend. Police checked an incident of assault that occurred at approximately 11.45 p m Saturday in the 600 block of Locust Police said that a subject with whom Rhonda King of 429 Cowgill was walking struck her numerous times with a fist The incident caused property damage said police when the subject pushed Rhonda King into a window of the Mode-0-Day store at 613 Locust, breaking the glass. Police reported that the subject then fled the scene on foot and that a purse that Rhonda King lost during the scuffle was not found. Endangering A Child Police checked what was listed as an incident of endangering the welfare of a child, at approximately 4-30 p.m. Saturday at 512 Washington According to police, a 15-year-old Chillicothe youth was assisting in repairing a building at 512 Washington when a subject came up and began arguing with the youth and his working campamon. Police said that when the youth tried to leave in the truck of the co-worker that the subject threw an electrical fixture into the truck, striking the youth on the forearm Motorcycle Theft Police investigated the theft of a 3-wheel Honda motorcycle that occurred sometime between l a m and7-35a.m. Sunday. Police said that the vehicle belonging to Gene Sickler was taken while parked in the yard on the east side of the residence at 100 Webster Police stated that the value of the vehicle was listed at $1,300 and the investigation is continuing Emblems Stolen Police investigated a case of vandalism and tampering with a motor vehicle with the disappearance of two chrome car emblems from the Gene Whitmore residence at Mil Forest Drive. Police reported that sometime between 9 p.m. Friday and 12 p.m. yesterday that someone had removed a chrome emblem from a 1973 Ford pickup truck and 1972 Mercury while parked in the driveway on the southside of the residence. Punctured Tire Police checked a case of vandalism involving a punctured tire that occurred sometime between 10:30 p m. Saturday and 11.47 a m yesterday. Police said that the right rear tire of a Buick belonging to Linda Schneider of 1102 Locust was punctured with a sharp object. The investigation is continuing. Window Broken Police investigated the breaking of two windows at the Joe Kinsella residence at 42 Tenth street sometime between Friday and 4:52 p.m. Saturday. According to police, a rocket type firecracker broke two 36 by 35 inch storm windows valued at approximately $40. The investigation is continuing. Mailbox Hit Police checked an incident of property damage to a mailbox belonging to Darrel Rinehart, Jr., of 1106 Green. Police said that at approximately 8:30 p.m. Saturday a vehicle struck and knocked off the mailbox and the support arm from the pole. Dog Bite Police investigated a dog bite incident occurring at 4.32 p.m. Saturday at 1213 Monroe. According to police, Nancy Simpson of Braymer told them that her child, Jennifer, was in the basement where the dog is kept and the dog bit the child on the right forearm. Police said that Willie Mann, the dog's owner, told them that the dog had received its shots. Police reported that the dog was to be checked by a veterinarian and kept under observation for two weeks. Accident Police' checked an accident at 10:15 p.m. Friday on Elm street near the intersection at Clay. Police said that a southbound 19W Buick driven by Patrick G. Hatfield, 21, of Cooper Trailer Court collided with a northbound 1972 Ford driven by Crystal B. Klein, 20, of Chula. Police said that a fight which occurred at the police station Friday night stemmed from a disagreement on which driver was at fault in the accident. Oren Surber Oren Surber, 85, of Marcelme, died Saturday at St Francis Hospital in Marceline Mr. Surber was born Sept 16, 1894, near Meadville, son of Oscar and Ruth Duncan Surber. On Oct. 25, 1924, he married Alberta Ginther. He spent most of his life farming in the Meadville area until moving to Marcelme in 1977 He joined the Eureka Church of Christ at an early age and was a member of the First Christian Church of Marceline at the time of his death Survivors include his wife, Alberta of the home, a daughter and son-in-law, Lois and Ivan Buckman, Marcline, brother, C 0 Surber, Chilhcothe; three grandchildren, and two great- gvrandcluldren He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, and three brothers. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Church of Christ in Meadville with the Rev Lawrence Hammond officiating. Burial was in Park Lawn Memory Gardens at Brookfield under direction of the Wright Funeral Home of Meadville Pallbearers were Carroll Surber, Donald Surber, Meryl Surber, Ronald Surber, Charles Surber and Darrell Rottman Honorary pallbearers were Lee Kirby, Dale Wood, Glenn Smith, Floyd Kirby, Edwin VanDyke and Archie Farmer Harley Allen, Hamilton Harley Allen, 76, died Sunday at his home in Hamilton He was a retired farmer who had lived in Hamilton since 1937 and m Utica previous to 1937 Mr. Allen was born in Gentry County and was a member of Prairie Ridge Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Mary Katerone Englert Allen; three brothers, Charles Allen, Utica; Rolie Allen,Peona, 111, and Vern Allen, Chilhcothe; four stepdaughters, Judy Dean and Teresa Hultman, Kansas City; Peggy Boon, Chula, and Carol Shonk, Maryville;,three stepsons, Rick Englert, Houston, Texas, and Bill and Doug Englert, Hamilton, and several nieces and nephews Mr. Allen was preceded in death by his parents, Erin and Elgia Allen; a brother, Bolley Allen, an infant sister and his first wife, Lola McCrary Allen, who died in 1979 Funeral services will be held Tueday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bram Funeral Home in Hamilton Burial will be in the Highland Cemetery at Hamilton. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 o'clock this evening at the funeral home. Byrda Murphy rites are Tuesday Funeral services for Mrs. Byrda Lena Murphy, 87, who died at 3:30 a.m. Saturday at City Hospital in St Louis, will be held Tuesday at 1:30 at the chapel of the Gordon Home for Funerals with Dr. Earl Griffith officiating. Burial will be in Edgewood cemetery The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 at the funeral home. Mrs. Murphy was born May 23,1893, at Sprmghill, daughter of Henry A. and Nora Ramsey Prager. She was a member of the Methodist Church Survivors include a son, Maurice Murphy, Affton, a daughter, Martha Kane, Fredrick, Md., five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers, Dan Prager, St Petersburg, Fla., and Clarence Prager, Snow, Okla , and a sister, Margaret Nothnagle, St. Petersburg, Fla She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, John, in 1932; a daughter, and a sister Last rites for Eugene Troxel Funeral services for Eugene Troxel, 33, who died at 7.30 Friday evening were held this afternoon at 1:30 at the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home with Brother James Mabery officiating. Organ selections were played. Burial was in the Rosehill cemetery. Pallbearers were Gary Still, Tommy Moore, Tracy Haynes, Donald Hatfield, Melvm Hines and Lester Hines. Mr. Troxel was born Aug 8,1946, at Imperial, Neb , son of James Furman and Velma Irene Ridlen Troxel He was a farmer in the Avalon area and was employed by Ralnh Blakeley. Survivors include his father, James Troxel of Jameson, three sisters, Mr. Alice F. Weaver and Mrs Dorothy I Gilgour, both of Chilhcothe, and Mrs Rose Marie Williams, Fernley, Nevada. Michael Walker burial at Wheeling Funeral services for Michael Ray Walker were held Saturday afternoon at 1 -30 at the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home with the Rev. Leslie E. Andrews and the Rev. Merlin Shively officiating. Mrs. Nellie Jo Gaston sang and played "Gentle Shepherd," "Some One to Care" and "Because He Lives " Burial was in the Wheeling cemetery Pallbearers were Robert Minnis, Doug Jeffries, Bryan Riple, Scott Minms, Kyle Hibner, Mark Breeden, Floyd Kincade, Butch Baker Honorary pallbearers were Steve Ripley, Reid Stephens, Dale Pepper, Brad Pittman, Darrell Underwood, Donald Braymer, Virgil Hayes, Warren Minnis, Kevin Lucas, Scott Stephens, Bruce Moore, Tim Lightner and Jeff Mast. Margaret Pierzina services Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret (Slattery) Pierzina, who died Tuesday, were held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Columban's Catholic Church with Father Augustine Dreiling officiating. Burial was in St. Columban's cemetery, under direction of the Gordon Home for Funerals. Pallbeareres were Vincent Culling, Kenneth Slattery, Bernard Hogan, Paul Damm and Robert J. Posch.

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