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Arrangements entrusted to Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, Warsaw, Ind. Online condolences may be sent through the funeral home's website, www. Mary Jane McAlister, 83, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 12, at Community South Hospital in Indianapolis.

She was born November 4, in Kokomo. She and Frank C. McAlister were high school sweethearts for five years, and were married for 65 years.

McAlister was a resident of Greenwood Village South where she enjoyed art, euchre, bingo and shuffleboard. Mary and Frank were avid travelers and enjoyed trips to Ireland, Alaska, Germany, Switzerland, and South America.

When they were not traveling you could find them at Indiana University football and basketball games. Survivors include her loving husband Frank; a son Mark, of Bloomington and Hilton Head, N.

Thursday, January 15, at Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service and Crematory, Greenwood Chapel, W. Main, with Chaplain Joanna Morse Lekberg officiating.

Entombment will follow in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Greenwood. Visitation will be Thursday, a. Memorial 5 Peru Tribune Obits contributions are requested to the American Lung Association of Indiana, Suite S, W.

Washington St. Online condolences available at www. Daisy Lorena Wales Tillett, Indianapolis, passed away at 8 p. Sunday, January 11, at Crowne Point Assisted Living Facility in Carmel, Ind.

Born to William Benjamin Wales and Adelaide Della Connolly-Wales of Tinus, La. After being raised on the family farm in St. Helena Parrish, Lorena, as she was known to her southern family, she completed her nurse's training at Our Lady of the Lake School of Nursing in Baton Rouge, La.

Army Nursing Corps as a 2nd Lieutenant during World War II. While stationed at Fort Robinson in Little Rock, Ark. Tillett, and they relocated to his hometown of Peru, Ind.

In Peru she worked at the Wabash Railroad Employee Hospital. When the couple moved to Indianapolis in the s, she worked for several years at St.

Vincent Hospital. A longtime resident of the Broad Ripple area, she was an active member of the Meridian Street United Methodist Church. Although Dee, as she was known to her northern family, was predeceased by all her siblings and one nephew, she is survived by her husband of 61 years, William; a daughter, Nancy E.

Tillett; a son James F. Tillett; and nine additional nieces and nephews. Family and friends will gather at Flanner and Buchanan Broad Ripple Funeral Center Thursday, January 15, , p.

A service celebrating the life of Daisy Lorena Wales Tillett will be held at 1 p. Saturday, January 17, at the Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, 84 West Main Street in Peru, with Pastor Anne Rosebrock officiating.

Burial will follow at the Reyburn Cemetery with military graveside services provided by the Miami County Military Rites unit.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Vincent Hospice or the Meridian Street United Methodist Church. Thursday, January 15, Max E.

Burns, 83, of Fort Wayne passed away at a. Sunday, January 11, at Lutheran Hospital. He was born November 14, in Chili, Indiana to the late Earl Burns and Frances May See.

Max graduated from Chili High School in , and was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U. Marine Corps.

He owned Custom Drapery Installation for 17 years, retiring in Survivors include his wife, Rosetta Black Burns; a son, Mark Burns and wife Jackie; daughters Kimberly Singleton and Melody Fey; a sister Phyllis Wooten and husband Gene, Peru; a brother, Garl Burns and wife Ellen of Champaign, Ill.

He was preceded in death by three brothers. There will be no funeral service. Arrangements were by C.

Wells Street, Fort Wayne. Raymond D. Morrow, 76 of Twelve Mile, Ind. He was born July 17, in Twelve Mile to Cecil T. He married Suzann P.

Baber on June 2, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Washington Township. Morrow was a lifetime farmer, and a member of God's Family at Corinth Brethren Church.

Survivors include his wife, Suzann Morrow of Twelve Mile; a son, Michael Morrow and wife Cathy, Logansport; a daughter, Maureen Weller and husband Rod, Logansport; sisters Maridean Hinkle of Marion, and Lois Thomson and husband William of Logansport.

Also grandsons Aaron Morrow, Mason Weller, and Winston Weller, as well as several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Kenneth and Jay Morrow; and one sister, Betty Pearl Conrad.

Saturday, January 17, at the Corinth Brethren Church in Twelve Mile with Pastor Michael Thompson officiating. Burial will follow at the Corinth Brethren Cemetery, Twelve Mile, Ind.

Visitation will be p. Friday, January 16, at Gundrum Funeral Home, and one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday.

Memorials may be made to your favorite charity or the Corinth Brethren Church. Gundrum Funeral Home in Logansport is caring for arrangements.

Saturday, January 17, Vera Frances Graft, 93, passed away on Jan. She was born on Oct. She married Clifford Vern Tip Graft on April 30, , and he preceded her in death on Sept.

Vera graduated from Peru High School in and was a lifelong resident of Miami County. She moved into the Blair Ridge Retirement Community in and had resided at Miller's Merry Manor since March of She attended Manchester College and then taught elementary school at Ridgeview School, Peru.

She later finished her B. She retired from teaching in after over 26 years in the profession. Vera was a member of the Loree Brethren Church, the Gideons International Auxiliary and the Dukes Hospital Auxiliary.

For many years she was a Sunday School teacher and played the piano and organ for church functions. She had many hobbies which she dearly loved, including working with stained glass, oil painting and crocheting.

Many of her finished works of art are on display in homes of family members and friends. She taught herself how to use the computer and thoroughly enjoyed making greeting cards to send to others.

Vera and Tip spent more than two decades wintering in Braden Castle Park, Bradenton, Fla. Vera lovingly raised two children, and loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren very much.

A woman of strong faith and integrity, she was always looking for ways to help others and was loved by all who knew her. She is survived by her daughter, Karen Weaver and husband Richard, 6 Peru Tribune Obits Peru; her son, John Graft and wife Marcia, Fishers; nine grandchildren, Julie Sommers and husband Larry, Greg Montel and wife Cathy, Jeff Montel and wife Libby, Debbie Patterson and husband Larry, Kevin Weaver and wife Leslie, Chris Weaver and wife Rachel, Michelle Sheehan and husband Tom, Ryan Graft and wife Alison, and Shawn Graft; 17 great-grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren.

Vera was preceded in death by her parents; grandparents; husband; two sisters and two brothers. Visitation will be from to p.

Sunday at Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, Peru, and one hour prior to the funeral service. A funeral service celebrating the life of Vera will be conducted at a.

Monday at the funeral home, with Steve Fleck and Pastor Eugene Oburn officiating. Burial will be at Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru. Monday, January 19, Vivian Adeline Ridenour, 90, formerly of Peru, passed away Friday, January 16, , at The Sanctuary at St.

Paul's in South Bend. Vivian was born in Peru to Guy Dean and Almeda Mae Guildenbecher on March 29, On April 2, , she married John D.

Ridenour and lived the next 57 years in Peru. John preceded her in death. Vivian's love of God and family was known by everyone. She later became a homemaker and active in PSI IOTA XI sorority.

Before moving to South Bend in , Vivian was an active member and treasurer of Main Street United Methodist Church in Peru. Upon moving to South Bend, she became a member of the Evangel Heights United Methodist Church.

Left to cherish her loving memory are her sons, John D. Ridenour Jr. Ridenour and his wife Kay of South Bend; her loving grandchildren, David Ridenour, Erin R.

Nick Carter and Allison Ridenour, all of Louisville, Ky. A service celebrating the life of Vivian Adeline Ridenour will be held at 1 p.

Tuesday, January 20, , at the Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, 84 W. Burial will follow at Mount Hope Cemetery in Peru. Friends may call at the funeral home after 11 a.

Memorial donations may be made to the Main Street United Methodist Church or American Cancer Society.

Louise Fitzgerald, 86, Peru, passed away at p. Louise was born in Silver Creek, Minn. On October 7, , she married Robert E.

Fitzgerald at the Grace Lutheran Church in Lancaster, Calif. She graduated from Monticello High School in Monticello, Minn. She and her husband owned and operated Fitzgerald Jewelry Store in Delphi from to They purchased Smith Jewelers in Peru in and operated it as Fitzgerald Jewelers from through , when they retired.

Louise and her husband Bob lovingly raised three children. A woman of great faith and integrity, she was an active member of the Main Street United Methodist Church.

She was also a member of the Peru Elkettes, Ladies of the Moose, Miami County Ladies Golf Association and Psi Iota Xi Sorority. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Louise never met a stranger. She had a smile that would warm your heart and thoroughly enjoyed being with people. She and Bob loved to dance and she was an avid golfer.

Surviving in addition to her husband Robert, are her children, Todd Fitzgerald and his wife Teresa of Peru, Dara Matters and her husband Greg of Noblesville, and Carla Sturch and her husband Don of Mexico; her brother Bernard Broman and his wife Verona of Plainfield; grandchildren Andrew and Amanda Fitzgerald, Michele and Danny Gahs, Michael and Deseri Fuqua, Dr.

Kasee and Matthew Carlstedt, Hayden Sturch, Nolan Sturch and Jason Sturch; great-grandchildren Jaqueline Sturch, Seth Sturch, Ethan Gahs, Emma Gahs, Eden Gahs, Dylan Sturch and Gavyn Fritz.

Also surviving are her extended and loved family members David and Patty Westcott of Peru. She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Donna Wilson and Betty Ammans.

A service celebrating the life of Louise Fitzgerald will be held at a. Tuesday, January 20, , at the Main Street United Methodist Church, 81 West Main Street, Peru, with Pastor Steven Ailes officiating.

Burial will follow in Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p. Memorial donations may be made through the funeral home to the Main Street United Methodist Church.

John Basil Goodnight, Jr. Friday, January 16, , at Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru. Born October 20, in Tipton, he was the son of John Goodnight, Sr.

On October 24, , he June Ellen Jameson at the Peru Knights of Columbus, and she survives. He worked at Kokomo Gravel in Peru, and he enjoyed collecting Jeff Gordon NASCAR memorabilia.

He was a United States Army Veteran. Other survivors include his father and step-mother, John Goodnight, Sr.

He was preceded in death by his mother and stepfather, Irma and James Harley Sparks; one stepsister, Karen Johnson; and one stepbrother, Kenneth Sparks.

Funeral services will be at 2 p. Wednesday, January 21, , at McClain Funeral Home, Denver, with Pastor Bill Sheets officiating. Friends are invited to call from noon until the time of services Wednesday.

Thursday January 15, She was born September 29, in Toronto, Canada to Albert and Elsie Everigham Meadows. In , she married William Jefferson Carr, and he preceded her in death.

She was later married to Alexander Gow, and he also preceded her in death. She was an energetic, enthusiastic, and compassionate woman. For six years, she was the Prima Ballerina for the Detroit Civic Opera.

A woman of many talents and hobbies, she passed on her love of fishing, gardening, animals, and quilts to her children and grandchildren. Berniece was a renowned artist and sculptor and sold many pieces of art through museums and her import stores.

Her creativity and energy knew no bounds and she, herself, knew no enemies. She was a talented seamstress and quilter. She loved all pets, but held a special place in her heart for the perfect poodle, King Tut, who spent the last four days of Berniece's life faithfully at her side.

Survivors include her devoted daughter, Sara Jessica Stalker, Denver; two granddaughters, Rebecca Kelly Shanley and their children, Amanda, Gavin, and Griffin, and Shanti Lee Carr, Florida; two grandsons, Nathan Stalker and his wife Veronica, Spain, and their daughter, Ki Stalker, Frankfort, and Jeff Zody and his wife Leslie and their sons, Navar and Zack, all of Kendallville.

In addition to her husbands, her beloved son, Timothy Lee Carr, preceded her in death. She will be missed by all and mourned deeply by her family.

It was Berniece's wishes that there would be no public services at the time of her death. Cuma Catherine Becht, 75, Rochester, passed away at her residence at p.

Friday, January 16, Friends may visit with the family from 2 to 8 p. Wednesday, January 21, , in the Good Family Funeral Home, W. A memorial service will be conducted by the Women of the Moose at p.

Burial will take place at the Rochester IOOF Cemetery on March 9, Memorials in Cuma's memory may be made to Manitou Moose Charities.

Electronic expressions of sympathy may be made to the family at goodfamily rtcol. Florence A. Simpson, 90, Peru, passed away at a. Sunday, January 18, , at Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru.

Burial will be at 1 p. Tuesday, January 20, , at Mount Hope Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home, W.

Ellen Mae Higgins, 71, Peru, passed away at a. Friday, January 16, , at St. Joseph Hospital in Fort Wayne. Funeral services will be at 10 a.

Thursday, January 22, , at The Salvation Army, 84 W. Second St. There will be no visitation. Arrangements have been entrusted to Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home, W.

Wednesday, January 21, David A. Hayes, 59, Bunker Hill, passed away on Sunday, Jan. He was born July 27, in Kokomo to William R.

Hayes Sr. On Feb. He worked at Chrysler for 37 years until his retirement in He loved HarleyDavidson motorcycles and did a lot of benefit rides.

He was a member of the HOG motorcycle club. He enjoyed going to Daytona Beach, loved tending to his cats and always took in strays.

He was in need of a lung transplant, but he worked out and improved his health so much that his doctors took him off the list.

He had a love for life and cherished his kids and his grandkids. In addition to his wife, Lynn Hayes, he is survived by two daughters, Angela York and Tosha Brown; his stepmother, Isabelle Hayes; four grandchildren; four brothers, Robert Hayes, James Hayes, Mitchell Pierce and Kevin Hayes; three sisters, Terry Name, Patricia Sprouse and Sherry Hayes; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Marianne Hayes; and two brothers, Kent Pierce and Randall Hayes. Thursday at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, with Pastors Mark Engle and Linwood Sprouse officiating.

Burial will follow in Albright Cemetery. Visiting hours will be from 4 to 8 p. Online condolences to the family can be made at www.

Steve D. Dolce, 64, Peru, passed away at a. He was married to Pamela McComas by Father Parker at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Peru on June 19, , and she survives.

Steve graduated from Peru High Schol in , and retired as a clerk for CSX Railroad after 43 years. At that time, Steve and Pam returned to Peru to begin their retirement years.

Steve was an elementary basketball coach, Little League Babe Ruth baseball coach for over 10 years and was an avid Notre Dame fan. He also enjoyed renovating old homes, landscaping, fishing, reading and spending time with his family.

In addition, he belonged to the TCU, NARVRE and Trinity Episcopal Church in Covington, Ky. Survivors include his mother in Kokomo; his wife; a daughter, Brigitte Kintner and husband Kirk, Peru; a son, Brad Dolce and wife Kristie, Ruskin, Fla.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p. Wednesday at Ever-Rest Memorial Park Chapel, with 8 Peru Tribune Obits Pastor George Dinkel officiating.

Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park. Arrangements have been entrusted to Flowers-Leedy Funeral Friday, January 23, Charles L. Thursday, Jan.

He was born Feb. He married Iris Schmidt Oct. Roy was a retired dairy farmer and a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Peru.

He was a former member of the Deedsville IOOF Lodge and the Gilead Masonic Lodge. In addition, he was an avid euchre player.

Survivors besides his wife include a son, Charles Craig Smith and wife Donna, Gilead; a daughter, Cathy Jo Hileman and her family, Peru; two grandsons, Matthew Minthorn and Aaron Charles Smith; a great-granddaughter, Greta Minthorn; and a sister, Joann Denny, Converse.

He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, William, Robert, Earl and infant George Smith; and eight sisters, Evelyn Betzner, Mildred Wilson, Kathryn Leedy, Esther Pattison, Naomi Cossairt, Wilma Jean Frieden, Mary Smith and Helen Linkenhelt.

Funeral services will be at a. Monday at St. John's Lutheran Church, W. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery, Peru.

Friends may call from 2 to 7 p. Sunday at Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home, W. Pauline E. Palmer, 89, Kokomo, passed away at p. Wednesday, Jan. She was born June 15, in Logansport to Russel and Viola Hopper Greasor.

She married Jean A. Palmer Dec. Pauline graduated from Kokomo High School in She worked for Delco Radio for 15 years in Kokomo, retiring in She was a member of First Christian Church, Kokomo.

In addition, she was a very thoughtful person, always going out of her way to help others and her family.

Survivors besides her husband include a daughter, Kathy Jo Stamper and husband Chris, Kokomo; and a grandson, Brian Stamper, Kokomo.

She was preceded in death by her parents. Saturday at Murray Weaver Funeral Home Galveston Chapel, S. Will Jewsbury officiating. Burial will be in Onward's Deer Creek Cemetery, Onward.

Calling will be from noon until service time Saturday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to First Christian Church, Kokomo. She married Robert Lee Pope Aug.

Emily retired from Square D Company and was a member of the Apostolic Chapel Church, Peru. She loved to work in her vegetable garden and always grew a variety of beautiful flowers.

Survivors include a daughter, Linda Hawkins, Kokomo; two sons, Leroy Pope and wife Beki, Georgetown, Ky.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; nine brothers and eight sisters. Friends called from 4 to 8 p. Thursday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to VNS Visiting Nurse Service , Howard Regional Hospice Services, S. So what reduced to such an under 12 half fare. Return train had been proextent that it was not from Fethard will leave at 6.

During the summer, special trains operated to all the major GAA fixtures and to Tramore. On Carnival Sunday a special train operated from Waterford and often this train had to return to Clonmel to pick up more passengers such was the demand.

Special trains operated from Waterford to the Kilnockin Races. On fair days up to four special trains conveyed cattle to Waterford and Dublin for export.

During the winter months the line was excep18 train. A bus was fitted to run on the rails and even this could not save the line. On 26th March the Clonmel to Thurles branch line closed, as did many such branch lines in the 60s.

It was in existence for just over 90 years and in its time provided an excellent service for the people of South Tipperary. I remember the railway fondly.

I especially remember the fair days, the GAA trains, the Fethard Carnival trains and loading beet at the station. I used call to the station very often to collect the films for the cinema and bring them back the following day.

Pushing that cart up to the station was no easy task. You did, however, get in to see the pictures for nothing so that was reward enough! Paddy would take on about ten of us depending on the number of pigs he had bought.

The train used to leave the station at 6. Usually there would be up to 60 or 70 pigs. What a job to control those pigs!

Out under the archway and on to the Main Street and then the fun started. All the time Paddy would be looking at his pocket watch worrying about his deadline.

We were always in time for the train and our reward an English trupenny bit! The labourers were worthy of their hire! Bro Paul Brennan, a past teacher of mine from the Patrician School on the Rocklow Road, penned an article of his work and experience since moving to Kenya almost 30 years ago.

Towards the end of the piece he reminisced about some of the students he had taught in Fethard and mentioned a few names, among them mine. I wondered how he remembered me, as it was over 40 years since we last met.

It must have been my red hair. The thought of visiting Africa was further fuelled by a chance meeting with Davie Fitzgerald at the Fleadh Cheoil in Clonmel.

I rang him the next day, we had a brief chat and exchanged contact details as he was heading to the airport to return to Kenya.

As the plane made its decent, little thoughts started to invade my mind. Would this adventure be a success?

Would I know Paul at the airport? Would he still be the same man who had made such an impact on my school days and on the parish in the early 60s.

There he stood larger than life, older admittedly, just like us all. White haired instead of black, but still the same Paul, with the exact same mannerism, smile and sense of humour.

The memories came flooding back. The meeting was a very special moment. Paul was accompanied by his fellow Patrician Brothers, David and Andrew.

After a brief sojourn around Nairobi, where we planned to return, we headed for Mombasa on the Indian Ocean.

Five people in a Suzuki Jeep, which miraculously managed to stay in one piece for the three-week duration. The km journey takes about 12 hours.

The road was in very poor condition and littered with potholes but the trip was full of excitement for us. Hordes of people walking, walking everywhere.

School children head to school very early in the morning with happy smiling faces even though they survive on one bowl of maize per day.

Shanty towns where every day is market day and every resident is a trader. Incessant charcoal burning has led to a major deforestation problem.

The thought struck me that more damage could be done to the environment here in one day than we in Ireland could do in 10 years. The old trucks coming out of the ports of Mombasa and tackling the long steady climb to ten or twelve thousand feet, belch out huge palls of black fumes.

However, to balance that they certainly make better use of the bicycle than we do. Some of the loads which they manage to get onto a bicycle are truly amazing.

Mombasa, a bustling town, was a perfect place to kick off our adventure. We swam in the Indian Ocean, sampled the local food and wine and took in all the tourist spots.

Paul was in his element. Using what Swahili he knew to best effect, the locals were amused when he could identify what tribes they were from.

He took great pride in telling them that he was a teacher from St. We asked if he could take us into Kibera the following morning and he agreed. The journey through the township will live in my memory forever.

Narrow dirt streets with mud shanty dwellings, thousands of people existing on morsels, children playing on open sewers with distant looks in their eyes, with Aids and malaria a daily companion.

I thought, can this be we are living in! The task is monumental with abysmal support from the so-called developed world.

But everyday is a day better. On Sunday we headed for the high country, Eldoret, in western Kenya, where Paul has lived and worked for some 30 years.

A long but pleasant journey with much better infrastructure. The further up the Rift Valley we went, and the higher we drove, the more fertile it became.

Magnificent lush valleys and beautiful scenery rolled out in front of us with forestry now becoming the dominant vegetation.

We crossed the Equator on route where at noon you can stand on your own shadow. Eldoret was like home from home.

Paul knows everyone and is as popular around town as he was in Fethard. Although Paul has retired from teaching for five years now, he is typical of the man, busier than ever.

He has just opened a new primary school and dispensary in Kabongo a place that would make Boolagh North look like the centre of the universe.

He is now working hard on building a secondary school so that the children will have a place to advance their studies.

I had forgotten how driven he is. How else could a young man from Nobber, who knew nothing about hurling, come to Fethard where we knew even less, and inspire us to a Munster Colleges title in One little girl said, the highlight of the trip.

Margaret I did. I know he had her primed loved the place, she had lots of before we got there. Our trip to books, copies and pencils which she Kabonga was complete when John gave to the teachers to give to the the caretaker invited us to his home children, who may not have been to meet his wife and three lovely chilable to afford even a pencil.

The joy dren. We were honoured to be guests on their smiling faces after getting in his house. Leading the way in academic and interested in the dispensary and had sporting achievements for years, it is, long chats with Sylvia, the local without doubt, one of the bestnurse, as she held her daily clinic.

They presented very useful equipWe have sat and watched the ment to the clinic that was very much Kenyans massing towards the front, appreciated.

You can be sure that many of them have come through this school. Members of the Kalenjin tribe such as Wilson Kipketer, Mike Boit, Wilson Boit, the Cheruyet twins and many more too numerous to mention have graced the athletic tracks of the world for decades.

Add that to the several national basketball titles and you get some idea of the progress of a small school built forty years ago in the middle of nowhere.

We spent a lovely evening with Paul, Colm and friends at the Keiyo View where we sat round the fire and had songs and stories from way back when.

It was interesting if only to see how domesticated wild animals can become if they are born and live with safari jeeps and minibuses looking at them all the time.

One wonders what the noble Masai People make of advancing civilisation which takes their grazing land in order to preserve wild life.

Bro Paul is visiting Ireland in Our team photograph still hangs proudly in his office. Thanks Paul for a memorable holiday, we will be back.

This year our computer system is being upgraded which will increase speed and efficiency. At our annual general meeting in December, two new directors were elected to the board.

Johnathon Gilpin was elected public relations officer for Chapter Our next A. M will be held in early December and we are First Steps Playgroup I t was another busy year for First Steps Playschool and great to welcome back old faces along with the new boys and girls who had not been before.

Our thanks to the Dental Department for visiting the Playschool again and involving us in their dental survey. The children were all presented with toothbrushes and given a small demonstration on how to clean their teeth.

Our Xmas party was a great success and thanks to Santa for coming to our party and giving the children their presents. Our annual summer outing to Planet Playground was a huge suc- hoping for a representative attendance.

R: Marian Gilpin. Without their valuable help and involvement these outings would not be possible. If you have any queries, please feel free to call in to the Tirry Centre, or you can contact me on Tel: or The family comprised of three girls and five boys, and only one, Paddy, the youngest, took the popular emigration trail from an Ireland which at that time had little to offer in the way of employment.

Two of the seven who remained at home had permanent positions. Snaring and lamping of rabbits supplemented their income. The family thrived on the principles of honesty and integrity, and whilst they had only been exposed to basic Primary schooling, they were great admirers of education and never lost an opportunity of instilling that principle into us as we grew up.

They were indeed brilliant role models for us as young kids. Rural Electricification had not yet reached us, so there was no distraction from TV.

Studying was accomplished by oil lamp, and this would be rushed to a conclusion when we would hear Mikey arrive in the 26 by Tom Burke kitchen, and take his place near the open fire.

Because he had first-hand knowledge of the source of this new phenomenon, namely the Shannon Scheme at Ardnacrusha.

With the country in the grip of a severe economic depression, Mikey had left Fethard in September , travelled by train to Thurles, connected with the Dublin-Cork main line, and changed at Limerick Junction for the short shuttle service into Limerick.

There he signed on as a labourer for the next three years in a workforce that averaged 2,, but reached a maximum of 4, at one stage.

A short strike at the beginning of the project over wage rates led to Limerick city workers being paid 50 shillings per week. The general feeling was that Siemens would have been willing to pay more, but were forbidden to do so by the Government, lest it have a destabilising effect in other areas.

Early in , the union agitation fizzled out and no further labour problems arose for the duration of the scheme.

There was a great variety of people working there, perhaps the most colourful being the group from the West of Ireland, who spoke only Connemara Irish.

Many of these had walked from home to get their jobs, as they did not have the bus fare. All the workers were men of incredible endurance, who thought nothing of working 70 hours per week.

Keeping clean was a problem; some would wade fully clothed into the Shannon, even in the depths of winter, and wash the dirt and grime from their clothes.

Others would gather around the temporary power station on a Sunday, where hot water was pumped out from the generator cooling system, and wash their clothes in that.

The meals served in the canteen consisted of half a pint of tea, ten ounces of bread and two ounces of butter for breakfast. Same was served for tea with addition of jam.

Lunch consisted of half a pound of lean meat, vegetables, and a pound and a half of potatoes, with two ounces of bread.

Because of the heavy work, the men felt the need to supplement these rations, and several fish and chip shops sprang up around the camp.

Whilst in docks to facilitate unloading of the Germany, he pursued with Siemens materials arriving from Germany, the concept of harnessing the with the power being supplied from Shannon and obtained the support the local Limerick City Electric Co.

Any materials weighThe contract, ing over 50 tons had signed between to be unloaded in Siemens and the Irish Dublin. To move government on 13th materials to August , was for Ardnacrusha, a rail5.

It is diffifrom the docks to cult for us now, 80 the site, the remains years on, to envisage of which are still visiwhat a gigantic engible today.

A portion of for local supply. The fall washing plant, a saw of the river, about mill, stores, and In the background, derricks for ft, would be used small laboratory, drop-hammers, used for boring to turn the generators holes to receive the blasting plus a plant for makat Ardnacrusha, with charges.

In the foreground, working oxygen which the diverted water ers used compressed air hammers was used for weld- to break up rock already blasted.

Shannon at Parteen. The Shannon Scheme was the Newspapers of the time, with a cerbrainchild of Dr. Thomas tain amount of journalistic hyperMcLaughlin, a lecturer in physics at bole, described it as the eighth wonUCG, supported by the Minister for der of the world.

McLaughlin obtained a ed a less adventurous firm than degree in electrical engineering in Siemens. Yet the Germans got most his spare time, and had gone to things right, and the complex probGermany to work for Siemens for a lems were solved efficiently and 28 expertly.

Unfortunately, they suffered a financial loss on the project, rumoured at one million Irish Pounds. However, they recouped their losses by using the techniques in other parts of the world to good effect.

What surprised us most of all about the information Mikey trotted out was that it requires 15 tons of water at a head of 95 feet to keep a 1Kw electric fire heated for one hour.

But if he stuck closely to the facts in recounting the technical data, I can see now that Mikey took great liberties in the stories of the people involved.

At that time, of course, we took everything as fact and marvelled at the following accounts. He spoke in his native tongue, and the assembled workers shook their heads to indicate their lack of understanding.

A colleague, who spoke both languages, communicated this to the engineer. The story I like best is one remembered by my brother, Denis.

Mikey recounted that he was alone digging a trench one day, when a German engineer approached him. Relations between the Irish and German workers were very good.

In July of , on a wet and windy day, President W. Cosgrave formally opened the intake gates at Parteen Weir, allowing the waters of the Shannon into the headrace for the first time.

The canal was not actually flooded by the President, as this process extended over several weeks to enable the engineers to test the embankments. Both the Irish and German flags were flown at the Weir, and as the President operated the switch which opened the intake gates, sirens rang out and the No 2 Army Band played the national anthem.

Later, a group of German workers sang the German national anthem. On 21st Sept , electric current was first delivered into the National System, known at that time as the Leinster Loop, and Siemens made final handover of the project on 24th October On January 25th, , due to repairs and refurbishments at other plants, Ardnacrusha took its place as sole generating source for the National Network.

The dream of power from the Shannon had become a reality. The contribution of people of the calibre of Mikey Dalton from Fethard will never be forgotten.

Was Mikey present for the final events listed above? He had returned to Fethard some months earlier, despite according to himself repeated offers of extension to his contract, and considerable increase in remuneration.

Indeed, 30 with a twinkle in his eye, he went on to say that the Germans were more than anxious for him to take over as the first general manager of the famous Hydro Electric Plant, an offer which he believed was fully endorsed by the Irish Government.

To sing the story and praise the glory Of that wondrous project, the Shannon Scheme. The following article was supplied by Michael Hall, Kyle, Drangan.

The article was printed in the Fethard Notes section of The Nationalist on 26th Aug J ust some eight hundred yards, on an eminence, to the east of Fethard, is all that now remains of this once imposing edifice.

In Saturday's Nationalist was printed a sketch of the siege of Fethard by Cromwell, and its capitulation and article of surrender by Sir Pierce Butler, the governor.

In this state it remained until the 15th inst, when the west wing fell with a thunderous thud, making the stone resound in the streets of Fethard.

What wondrous mortar was used in the building of those old castles! The stones will smash before the mortar gives way. Pieces upwards of 30 tons were hurled a distance.

There was a large attendance and competitors came from all over the country to compete. It was a large, testing course and the windy weather made it difficult for some of the dogs to hear.

However, the rain stayed away and all enjoyed a good competition. Denis Birchill former National Champion came back to defend his claim on the cup after winning it last year and much to his delight he succeeded.

The organiser of the event, Dan Morrissey, would like to sincerely thank all those who worked at the venue or helped in any way to make the day a success.

O n a recent visit to Fethard, going down the old familiar tracks, my mind wandered back to life as it was in the s.

It was a simple, uncomplicated life. They say that what you never had you never miss. We were never bored and were content with the simple things.

One of the things that amazes me today when I speak to children in schools, is the amount of money that is spent on them.

They must have all the latest technological toys that cost an absolute fortune. The Game Boy has been overtaken by the Nintendo D.

Hold on, these have now been superseded by the Game Cube and X Box. This wonderful device not only plays games but also movies. Our games were much simpler.

Of course, we had our cards too. Having taken out the gold foil and inner card, we flattened the outer case. We would kneel on the kerb and flick a card towards the wall.

We were very proud of our cards, especially if you had a good collection of Gold Flake. For some reason, we believed these were better gliders.

This would be replaced, in time with the spinning top season. That must have been soon after Easter, as we would use the colourful foil from the Easter Eggs to decorate the top.

We would have races down The Green with our tops, stopping now and then to replace the bootlace as it slipped from the stick. To stop this from happening, we had to put a groove in the stick.

We also had to keep the metal tip of the top nicely polished, to help its smooth travel. Skipping was a very popular activity in the road.

When I now think of the rhymes that went with the skipping, I feel that today, most of them would be politically incorrect.

Stamp collecting is also a rare hobby today. Is this just an Australian thing, or is it more widespread? I suppose with the coming of e-mails, less and less letters are sent.

Of course, we had the cinema, and the Sunday afternoon session was a must. Apart from the Batman trailer, there was also the main feature, where we would get glimpses of life in well-to-do American homes.

We became experts at making dry stonewalls. Fr Hogan found us building one day and came to the convent the next day to explain the dangers of building such high walls without support.

We just modified our designs. One day, Jo Barrett brought us a gift of crockery. We thought these were just wonderful. As we grew older, our summer time activities changed.

A daily visit to Newbridge was the highlight of the summer. I would bring back a bottle of water for my father from the Spring Well in the grounds of Grove House.

Was it always sunny and warm, or am I remembering life with rose coloured spectacles? Summer evenings were filled with games of rounders outside the Fitzgeralds.

These games became very competitive at times, with disagreements over boundaries, hits and misses. However, we liked the game too much to let our evening be spoiled, so we would agree to disagree and start again.

I often wonder how a window was never broken and why no one ever complained. Maybe they were protecting the windows! Who knows? I only remember them encouraging us and cheering a good run.

Are the children today missing out? I think so, but then this is a sign of the times. They keep them safe by buying all these expensive games to keep them from getting bored.

There are a lot more cars about, so games we played like skipping, spinning tops and rounders can no longer be played on the road.

The modern house has a very small backyard, so it is necessary for parents to take children to sporting venues for organised events.

We play every Wednesday evening in the Tirry Centre, which has long been the home of the bridge club. It is a warm and comfortable venue, convenient for everyone and we break for a cup of tea and a chat halfway through the evening.

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Included in the final rules are "important changes that increase the effectiveness of the rule while eliminating unnecessary burden on regulated institutions.

Collect identifying information about customers opening an account. Verify that the customers are who they say they are.

Maintain records of the information used to verify their identity. Determine whether the customer appears on any list of suspected terrorists or terrorist organizations.

The final rule also contains a provision that permits a financial institution to rely on another regulated U. Whether you will be required to comply with these regulations will depend on your situation, but generally this information would be obtained when an individual would open up a DDA to receive the merchant's deposits and would not be required to open a merchant account with an ISO.

As part of a Customer Identification Program, financial institutions will be required to develop procedures to collect relevant identifying information, including a customer's name, address, date of birth and a taxpayer identification number for individuals, this likely will be a Social Security number.

Foreign nationals without a U. The announced goal of what was finalized allows for taking many current and due diligence procedures already in place at most institutions and cross-applying them to Section Financial institutions should have started to conduct reviews of Section compliance by doing an inventory of what is currently being done for anti-fraud measures and examining the tools used in that capacity.

The Feds are looking for scrutiny to be applied in varying levels depending on the amount of risk involved in not knowing your customer's identity at the opening of an account.

In other words, how comfortable are you that you know who this customer is? Are they who they say they are? This critical underwriting question is not being asked enough by Merchant Level Salespeople and ISOs in today's "instant approval" market.

Along with not doing the card association physical inspections of the business premises of prospective merchants, too many accounts are being approved with no proof of who the person applying for the merchant account really is.

This can be very risky in today's electronic world. If you are not currently gathering this type of information during your merchant-application process, it might be a good time to start.

Many vendors are including CIP enhancements to existing fraud-screening solution packages that are or will become available to sales reps.

These enhancements include solutions for the fourth requirement above: determine whether the customer appears on any list of suspected terrorists or terrorist organizations.

The government list can be checked along with other proprietary customer verification tools and credit reports that should be completed as part of a sound underwriting process.

You need to become aware of the provisions of the Patriot Act and determine how it applies to your operation.

Compliance is mandatory effective October 1, The Patriot Act requires little more than what already should be done for sound underwriting: verifying the existence of a customer who opens up a merchant account.

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Hypercom said the new focus of services currently offered through The Horizon Group will be solely on Hypercom products.

It will transfer additional Horizon customers and services to another provider. Hypercom officials would not specifically name that company or those services.

The Horizon Group offered banks, payment processors and independent sales organizations services and products such as deployment and repair of point-of-sale devices manufactured by Hypercom, Lipman, MagTek, Thales and VeriFone as well as new and refurbished equipment.

Hypercom said it is closing the St. Louis operation in order to concentrate resources within its core business and to improve profitability.

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Slim has been a successful businessman for more than 20 years; his experience ranges from exporting rice and oil trading to being an ecommerce services provider.

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Online Commerce Corp. The software includes a POS desktop user interface, built-in gateway services, fraud-detection capabilities, backend reporting of transaction data and a choice of free shopping carts hosted by the company.

Instead of using a traditional dial-up connection to connect to a card Page 64 processor and conduct a transaction, the software connects using the Internet.

Transaction data is transported using Secure Sockets Layer SSL technology, and, according to the company, transactions are performed at leasedline speeds seconds.

SLIM CD software is designed for retail merchants, restaurants, hotels, auto rental businesses, direct marketing and e-commerce merchants.

Users manually enter customers' account information to complete a transaction, or they can add on card-swipe devices, PIN pads and signature-capture devices.

You're getting retail transactions plus your Internet e-commerce package all in one solution. Merchants instantly open their store up with all of the sales opportunities that a larger merchant might already have.

ISOs imum. The optional POS hardware. Both versions of the software store fully encrypted credit card information on SLIM CD's servers, including electronic signatures, but the Enterprise edition also stores this data directly on the merchant's PC.

The Enterprise edition also supports recurring billing for health clubs or other scheduled monthly dues and charges. Potential users of the SLIM CD Enterprise edition include merchants with multiple check-out lanes and multiple terminals who want to integrate several cash registers and track all transactions locally, or direct-marketing or retail merchants who want to capture names, addresses and telephone numbers of customers to target them in future marketing efforts.

I may not mind a monthly statement fee as much if I've been reduced on my monthly lease. SLIM CD offers them a way to provide their merchants with an easy and cost-effective solution for conducting bankcard transactions.

ISOs also could charge merchants a minimal amount for the product. We are processing financial transactions We make sure that the data we process is as accurate as we want our own paychecks processed.

In addition to taking pains with data security, the company prides itself on its ability to stay on top of industry regulations.

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While most financial institutions have measures in place to prevent fraud and reduce risk, the software from ID Analytics is different because it stops fraud at the point of application.

Released in May , the software, called ID Score, is designed to sift through thousands of applications for credit cards, bank accounts, wireless phones and other types of credit-dependent accounts.

Using a patent-pending technology, the software scans applications and looks for patterns in the information included on them. Consumer companies such as telecommunications, financial services, retail and hospitality are able to spot potential fraud in real time before it happens.

But ID Score begins evaluating information at the beginning of the account-opening process, when identity thieves use stolen information such as social security numbers to obtain cell phones, rent or buy houses, take out loans, collect tax returns and purchase big-ticket items.

Using a trademarked and patent-pending technology called Graph Theoretic Anomaly Detection GTAD , ID Score analyzes huge volumes of transactions, looking at elements like name, address, phone and social security numbers to establish patterns of behavior.

These variables would not have been identified without the cross-industry cooperation ID Analytics received. During the development process for ID Score over the last year, ID Analytics partnered with 13 credit-issuing consumer companies in the first-ever cross-industry identity theft research.

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