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Monday, June 21, 1948 o o THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Page 17 STEEL PILE Would Melt Past If Miners Strike, Says Trade Publication. Demand Continues High Fo Non-Ferrous Metals During Last Week. Cleveland, June 20 (AP) The magazine Steel ' said today "outcome of the coal controversy holds the key to steel supply, not only for the immediate future but for the next winter as well." There has been little opportunity to rebuild fuel stocks, said the trade journal, which continued: "Should the dispute be settled with a miners' strike it is considered possible that production following the Fourth of July letdown way rebound to present high levels. At least the raw material situation ahould be better, as various blast furnaces now down for repairs are about ready to resume operations If no mine strike is called. "However, if a miners' strike occurs it not only would immediately Interrupt steel production but would prevent summer stock piling ef coal in readiness for winter. Consequently, it is conceivaDie a coal strike now would be felt in the arly months of 1949." Pressure of all leading steel- prod' ucts continues strong, and the na tional operating rate held last week at 96 per cent of rated capacity, aid Steel. It also reported that "a strong undertone persists in scrap, par ticularly in cast grades." Along Business Front Former Cincinnatian Is Named General Counsel Of Big New York Company. NASH, New York, June 20 (AP) Copper, lead and zinc demand continued high last week, with foreign buyers more active. Platinum prices dropped $13 an ounce to $75 wholesale and $78 retail. A seasonal decline in demand from the jewelry trade was credited. Iridium dropped in sympathy to a new price of $100 to $110 an ounce. Palladium held at $24 an ounce. Tungsten ore dropped $2 a short ton to $28, reflecting the recent cut In imports duty on tungsten concentrates. Tri-state zinc . concentrate producers kept the price at $78 a ton, but said the apparent burial of the Russel mine subsidy bill under the last-minute rush in Congress would lead to increased pressure for a lino price hike. Major non-ferrous metals prices: Copper 21 cents a pound, Connecticut alley; foreign 31ft cents to 22 cents, New York basis. Lead 17.50 cents pound. New York: 17.30 cents East St. Louis; forelen, ents, Gulf ol Mexico ports. Zinc 12 cents a pound, East St. Louis; 12.65 cents. New York: foreign, nominal, 13 cents. Gulf of Mexico ports. Silver 74 cents an ounce, New York; d5 pence, London. Tin $1.03 a pound, New York. Aluminum 15 cents a pounds In Ingot. 14 cents in pigs, shipping point basis. Antimony 38.17 cents a pound, cased, Hew York; 35 cents, bulk, Laredo, Texas. Nickel 33'i cents a pound, electrolytic Sathodes, Port Colborne, Ont.; 36.35 cents, lew York. Platinum $75 an ounce wholesale, $78 Mtall. New York. Quicksilver $77$7 for flask of T6 pounds. New York. Tungsten Ore $2$ a ton, carload lots, tellvered. Rodney M. Nash, formerly of Cincinnati, has been appointed general counsel of Pan American Petroleum & Transport Co. of New York, it was announced yesterday by D. J. Smith, P r e sident. He succeeds Thomas E. Sunderland, recently appointed general counsel of Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), Subsidiaries of Pan American include the American Oil Co., Mexican Petroleum Corp., Pan American Refining Corp. and Pan Am erican Production Co. The compa nies operate refineries in Texas. Georgia and Maryland, and market petroleum in 18 Eastern states. Nash was graduated from With- row High School in 1928. Alter receiving his A B. degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, he stud ied law at the University of Cincinnati, where he received his LLB in 1934. In 1941 he received an LLM from the University of Michigan. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Mu Alpha and Phi Alpha Delta fraternities. While engaged In practice in Cin cinnati, Nash served as associate Index and Ohio Law Reporter, In 1935 he became associate editor of the Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co. of Rochester, N. Y. and in 1938, managing editor of Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co. of Cleveland and New York, From 1941 to 1943 he was principal attorney for the United States Department of Labor. Nash joined Pan American Pe troleum & Transport Co. in 1945, after three years with the law firm of Crovath, Swaine & Moore of New York. MEETING SLATED: Cincinnati will play host the first three days of next week to Crosley distribut ors from all parts of the world when they convene here to view a new line of Crosley radio and television home receivers. The meeting is the second of the year for Crosley. The distributors will tour the recently; enlarged Crosley television plant in Cincinnati where video sets are produced. Business sessions will be held in the company's new auditorium and display room on the ninth floor of the general office the Provident' Life Insurance Co., Robert Lauer of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co, and George Vinsonhaler, General Agent of the John Hancock Life Insur ance Co. Seven members of the Cincinnati Agency of the Union Central Life Insurance Co, have received the 1948 National Quality Award for outstanding work in the field of life underwriting. They are: John F. Clyde, Elsie S. Doyle, Joseph H. Grossman, John H. Kegg, Alvin J. Lehman, Irene P. Monford and Esther F. Vandervort. EARLS. HEADS GROUP: John F. Poet- ker Jr. of the John F. Poetker & Son Co., Cincinnati, was elected President of the National Candy Wholesalers Association at the group's recent three-day annual convention in Chicago. INSURANCE NOTES: These are new officers of the Cincinnati Chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters: Richard W. Angert, General Agent of Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.. President: Arthur Barringer, Manager of the Pru dential Life Insurance Co., Vice President; and William Spiker, Manager of the New York Life Insurance Co., Secretary-Treasurer. New directors: Thomas McNeil of William T. Earls, Cincinnati General Agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hart ford, has quali fied for the 1948 Million Dollar Round Table, he was notified by Paul H. Dun-navan, Minne apolis, Chair- man of the top flight insurance men's organization. Earls has qualified every year since 1939 except 1943 to 1945 when he was In the military service. Earls's agency ranked fourth in paid-for insurance production among all of the company's agencies. , Earls will head a 10-man delegation to the company's three-day annual conference Thursday through Saturday at Jasper Park, Alberta. Other members of the local agency chosen in recognition of outstanding achievement during the last 12 months are Arthur R. Massa, Associate General Manager; Gerald Isphording, agency supervisor; William P. Shields, brokerage manager; Howard T. Urmston, estate planning depart ment; Anthony L. Ach, Carl W. Boettger, Robert C. Miller and Ro bert H. Hillenmeyer, representa tives of the Cincinnati office; Dean E. Chenault, Hamilton representa tive, and E. Calhoun Grier, man ager of the Middletown office. STRICTLY IUCIITER. Kins fcuura SjMuu, Inc. world righu mnvrt , JFi ' i-3-: ym( , Cop. 1941, "Did you say SEPARATE checks?' Playing Time Is Increased From Eight To 45 Minutes . In New Phonograph Record Big Turn For Better Taken In Business, Survey Shows Washington, June 20 (AP) i Prices of foods and farm prod- William I. Taegers, Cincinnati representative of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, has earned membership in the company's National Field Club, Charles J. McCoy, manager of the Cincin nati agency, announced yesterday, Members of the Cincinnati agency of the Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa who will attend the com pany's 36th annual convention in Atlantic City. N. J., today are: Joseph B. Moorman, General Agent who will head the delegation; Al. M. Boex, Clem J. Boex, Joseph B. Moorman Jr., Richard J. Moor man, Vincent G. Ruthemeyer, John C. Scanlon and Miss Dorothy A. Boland of Cincinnati; H. Leon Ho-gan, Fort Thomas, Ky.; Lee F. Hukill, Louisville, Ky.; Ross C. Howell, Hamilton, Ohio, and Ed ward W. Gowert and Joseph H. Williamson, Dayton, Ohio. James C. O'Connor, Editor of Fire, Casualty & Surety Bulletins, Cincinnati, will be one of the speakers at a meeting of the Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co.'s Agents Advisory Council to be held Thursday and Friday in Mansfield, Ohio, Russell Davis, President of the company, announced yesterday. Representatives from more than 30 states will attend. New York, June 20 ( Special) A phonograph record, capable of reproducing an entire symphony on one 12-inch disk was demonstrated here this week end by . Columbia Records. A 12-inch double-face record, known as a microgroove, made of vinylite, will play for 45 minutes against the present playing time of eight minutes. The record player, made by Philco Corp., can be attached to any phonograph. A big library of the new records is ready for distribution. The new record player turns at 33 revolu- ventional 78 revolutions a minute. The player is equipped with a new type featherweight electronic tone arm-and stylus which exert only one-fifth of an ounce playing pressure on the record service. The new record ranges from 224 to 300 micro-grooves to the inch, as compared with the 85 to 100 grooves cut in ordinary records, The new micrcgrooves are three-thousandths of an Inch wide, the approximate diameter of a human hair. The new players and the new rec ords are to be available immediate- tions a minute instead of the con- ly in the market. Real Estate Transfers (Tax indicated in transfers is affixed at the rate of 55 cents for everv $500, or fraction thereof, of value of property conveyed.) ANDERSON TOWNSHIP Elizabeth D. Harrison to Dvvlght W. Broeman, 19 acres in survey 70 3; also. 14 acres in same survey; $1 (tax $4,401. ANDERSON FERRY Hattie Ruehlmann to Louise Mehrckens. Lot 5 of Peter lnns Subdivision: Lot 6 of same subdivision; $1 (tax $5.50). AVONDALE Jack Levine to Edward Lipson, an undivided one-half Interest In an irregular lot on Alaska Court; $1 (tax $1.10), AVONDALE Christine Wheat to Sallie G Jones, part of Lot 21 of William F. Irwin's Subdivision; $1 (tax $12.65). AVONDALE Helen Deremo to Henry Dentel and Jack Mailman, doliu business as faulty Auto Sales. 2-year lease from July 1, 1948 of 1753 Reading Rd.: monthly rental $275, AVONDALE Phil M. Schuman to Edythe Ran ter. 241 Sturgis Ave.: $1 itax $14.30) BLUE ASH Mozelle E. Fussner to Beulah A, Wellman, Lot 90 of Arcadia Subdivision; $1 . (tax $9.35). CENTRAL Sol H. Freiberg to Walter L. and Nell R. Gross. Isaac N. Jarson and Esther H. Jarson. an undivided one-half interest in 213 W. Fifth St.: $1 (tax $24.75). Slgmund Freiberg Estate to same, an un divided one-naif Interest In same property; $16,250 (tax $24.75). CLIFTON HEIGHTS Clara Reichert to Emma Pulskamp, 25 bv 05 feet on the outh side oi Kiotter Avenue. 1B2 leet west ox emton Avenue: $1 (tax $16.50). CLIFTON Bertha Z. Kelsall to Elaine B. Rlppe. Lot 3 of Green view Subdivision: $1 tax $29.15). COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP Robert Bokelman to Mary M. Bokelman. his wife, part of Lot 3 of Georee Rieele's Estate. Section 18: $1 COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP Arthur Koehne to Emma C. iCamphaus, 50 by 170 feet In Section 17: $1 (tax $11). FAIRMOUNT Elizabeth Kohl to Thomas A. Business clearly has taken a bigger and better turn after brief hesi tation in early 1949, the Commerce Department reported today. An upswing and' new orders placed with the factories during May and ( this month "marks the end of the period of temporary hesitation," a new department sur vey of business conditions said, Steppcd-up spending, it added, put a halt to the piling up in stocks of goods in the hands of business. Inventories had been - showing a large increase in earlier months. The rising clamor for goods also brought a renewal In the price advance and Induced factories to pick up their production schedules, the report said. Behind the spending speed-up the department saw: (1) Lower taxes, which began leaving more money in pay envelopes as the lower withholding rates became effective at the start of May. (2) ' Third round" wage increases in the mass-production industries "which in previous years estab lished the pattern of wage Increases for mahy other industries." (3) Increased buying under the European Recovery Program. ucts, which had stumbled in early 1848, got back on the upward path with other prices, the department reported, commenting that by the first week of June: "Prices of goods were within two per cent, and prices of farm products within four per cent, of their earlier peaks. The (price) index for commodities other than farm products and foods was somewhat higher than in January." "LOST" FATHER POUND. Palisades, N. J., June 20 (UP) Police at Palisades Amusement Park today discovered Bobby Thompson, 6, wandering by himself in the crowd. "Are you lost, sonnyY ' tney asKea. isoddv in sisted he knew where he was. But he added that his father was lost. Police, paging the lost father through loudspeakers, eventually found him. CINCINNATI STOCK EXCHANGE RECORD The table shows sales of stocks on the Cincinnati Exchange for week ended June 18 1948, the high and low for 1948, the dividends, the high and low for the week, change for tne week and last saie on tne axenange wun tne aate. 1948 I 1948 I High. I Low. I DiV. STOCKS. 37V.I 13 32V4 158-'h 149 32 25, Graduate Mechanical Engineer Able to satisfactorily design and correctly upervise production of air conditioning equip-vent. Cincinnati location. References required. Salary open. Reply Box R 455, inquirer. LIVESTOCK HEATING, VENTILATING, AIR-CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION Safes Engineer FOR CINCINNATI TERRITORY Must have adequate technical hack-ground and record of successful sales experience. Must be capable of contacting architects, ronsultinir engineers, industrial engineers, not only to interest but to sell Opportunities unlimited, Salar plus bonus. Reply Box K 451, co The Enquirer. Cincinnati livestock market as reported by the United States Department oi agnnuiure. Production and Marketing Aaminisirauon: based on market conditions .and sales as rennrred un to 10 a. m. June 19: Hogs Compared week ago: Barrows and gilts closed $2.503 higher, Instances up more on weights over 250; scarcity weights under 160 and over 2 so; weeks top, paia late 528.25. lushest Quotation since January. Sows shaved advance, Ilsht month orferlnes late to 522: imam reduction celpts compared previous period; few feeder pig sales $16&23. Cattle and Calves Compared week ago: Strictly dry-feed slaughter cattle very scarce and dwindling supply grain on grass otler- ings; market steady to strong, demand bread; bulk marketable supplies light grassers In all classes, demand narrowing and price weak to $2 lower in very uneven outlet; good beef cows and bulls scarce, but 50c to SI lower: veal are mostly steady, late deals uncovering decline of around $1; week's sales Included smau lots nign-good to low-choice 700 to 1.200 lb steers 34w34.50: hleh-eood 700 lb mixed yearnngs $33. 5u; 67U lb heifers 533; medium and good steers and hellers 52832; lead lots 990 lb steer3 $31.50 and 725 lb heifers $30.75; common and medium grassers $22.5028, cutter grade $16(5 22; few me dium and good beef cows $2425 50; common and medium grades bulked $20&23.50; some common $19; canners and cutter 3 largely $15.50(S'18.50. shelly cannera $15.50 down to $10 and below; small supply medium and good sausage bulls $24.50 5v25. 50, top on good $26 sparingly; chiefly common llgnt dairy-bred bulls $20S'23.50; week's top on vealers $30, late $29; under trend on stocker and feeder steers, generally steady; medium and good 640 to 710 lb steers $2830; medium 710 lb steers $26.50. Sheep Compared week ago: Slaughter lambs and ewes generally steady; few closing deals spring lambs weak to $1 lower: late demand narrow; instances choice light ewes 50c higher; pool and trucked in native spring lambs topped $32; chiefly mixed offerinns including bucks, medium to choice $28fi3i. few good and choice $31.50; common lightweights $27 down to $2 2; few good and choice 100 shorn lambs $25: medium and good $24: odd choice light ewes to $11.50, mostly $11 down, with wetgnty ewes $79 on bulk. 4 IV 7 23 52', 98"i 39'3 26 45 11 6 29 1VA 9834 110 "A 8l Hi 35 13 62', 32 18 14i 10l 8 18 V, 36 31'A S AVAILABLE Metal Cleaning and Coating Industrial manufacturer and applicator of high resistant acid and alkali coatings, with facilities for blasting, metal cleaning, spraying, dipping and baking with experienced personnel, wants any quantity metal items fans, ducts, pipe, sheets, tanks, blowers, etc. Two spur tracks and overhead cranes. CYCLIC CHEMICAL CO., Permolite Division Phone 4-6530 Hamilton, Ohio 8 107V4 25, 24 ! 2 7U 31V, 42V, 64 i OK 10 65 1954 16 ','4 2y 95 3 144 5 20 47 981A! 39V4I is 37 8 5 23 92 80 104 5 73 35 11 32'el Z9J 25 13l 26 12 4 6 "A 17 42'AI 54sl 22' 22l 71l 7 10514 "21" 19 2 30 32 50 49 7 62 ley, 13 4 6 40 21 S3 10 24 124 24 12 27V, 16 .5 230 I 215 41'A 25V, 15 7 8 6V, 15 13 23 14 29 2234 92?i, 691, 35Vi - 25", 643, 4514, 4 4 53 50 49 40 50 48 82 67 9 8 33 26Vi 27 I 3.00 (Allied Stores 9 .60 lAlumlnum Industries new,,, 78 jAmerican Airlines 29141x2. 00 jAmerican Laundry Mach... 3l lAmerlcan Products ........ u.uu American rei. de lei 52.00 lArmco Steel IBalcrank 1.50 Baldwin .50 Beau Brummell Ties " .40 Burger Brewing ' 2.00 Carthage Mills 6.00 Do A pt 2.40 Do B pf 1 1.00 Champion Paper new 3.00 Chesapeake & Chio Churngold ' .15 Cln'tl Adv. Prod 1.40 Cln'ti Gas com 4.00 Do new pf 4.00 C. N. O. & T. P. Ry 5.00 Do pf .15 Cln'tl Street Ry 4.50 Cln'tl Telephone 2.25 Cln'tl Tob. Whse .85 Cin'tl Union Stock Yard... 1 .50 Cities Service 2.50 City Ice & Fuel 2.50 Cnca-Cola A 18 1.00 Cohen Dan 10',ii .60 Columbia Gas System 2V0 icommonweaitn it southern 6Vi I Crosley Motors 4T Curtlss-Wrierit I714I .60 ICrystal Tissue 36 I 1.75 Cayton & Mich. R. R 4.00 Do pf 1.80 iDayton Power & Light .50 Dixie Ice Cream .45 IDow Drug 7.00 I Do pf 1.80 lEagle-Flcher 3.00 Early b Daniel 2.00 Federated Dept. Stores 1.20 (Formica (Foundation Investment .... 5.00 I Do pf Gallahcr Drug IGeneral Electric 3.00 General. Motors 1.00 Gibson Art .50 Hatfield-Campbell , 5.00 I Do part pf .45 IHobart Mfg. Co. new .75 Kahn's 2.50 Do new pf , .2.40 Kroger , ' .50 Lunkenhelmer 4.30 Little Miami gtd 2.00 Do spl 1.00 Magnavox 1.00 Manlschewltz .75 Meteor Motor , National Cash Register Iew xorK central lOhlo Oil Packard Penn. R. R 15 ( .30 IPepsl-Cola 624j'3.00 IProcter & Gamble Do 8 pf Pure Oil Co Radio Corp. ...,..... Randall B Rapid Electrotype new Socony Vacuum Oil Standard Brands Standard Oil N. J Standard Oil Ohio Timken Roller Bearing United Aircraft Prod. new.. U. S. Playing Card U. S. Print. & Lith Do pf U. S. Steel Western Bank & Trust Westinghouse Electric Last Week - -I Last Sale Sales.l High. I Low. ICh'ngel Price. I Date. 10 20 109 114 215 1.00 5 50 3.00 8.00 1.00 .30 .25 1.00 1.00 2.00 V4.00 .75 1.50 i'i'.oos 2.00 2.50 5.00 .36 1.00 75 376 473 75 20 3 820 222 200 342 80 16 36 nyi 32 156 17: 25 38 29,; 101 95 110 B'B 75 Ul 14 1014 7 150 50 263 249 34 30l 36 1 31j 155 - 303,i- 1 17 25 37l 27 100 95 110 5 74 11 58 934 7 30 30l 24l 22) 30 24 4214 641, 51 41 - 1 1 ! 1 2 14 - 2 - I- : I- ii - ! 1 40 199 581 II 47 45 V, 23! 83 63! 51 100 105 10 45 4471 42 5 211,4; 15i 68 3401 3481 1001 3501 1S7 10 3851 1301 101 41 15 7 13 23 28,4 92 35 53l 47 44 23 93 42 5 21 15 67: 40 14 ; 13 21' 28l 88 34 53 115 45 21 48 225 81 "50 "32 44i 48 81 32 I V, - ! 2l I 1' 1I I- '' 36 IIV4 10 313,i 3 1555,i 303'. 4l H'2 6 22 49l 98 39 25 10! 6 29 100 95 110 5 743i 35 11 61 32 160 18 14 3 10 7 17 36 97 30 15 8 107 22 116 30 24 2: 70 30 41 64 I 51 I 9l 62 I 18l 14 I 47 44i 23l 93 I 6-16 6-16 5- 20 6- 17 6- 7 6-18 6-17 5- 19 6- 16 5- 27 6- 11 6-10 4-1 6 4-16 6-1 S 6-18 6- 7 6- 2 6-18 6-17 6-16 6-16 6-18 6-18 4- 9 6-18 6-18 6- 3 12- 5 6- 7 6-18 5- 14 6- 16 6-17 4- 28 1- 18 10-11 6-18 10- 22 5- 17 6- 1 6-17 11- 4 6-16 6-18 6- 3 6- 3 2- 9 6-17 6-16 6-15 5- 1 6- 16 6-11 6-10 6-16 6-18 6-18 6-14 HAMILTON COUNTY RECORDER. Week Ending June 19, 1948. Deeds 489 Mortgages , 431 cancellations. 34 Land Registrations 129 Chattels 1,033 Chattels Canceled Leases Liens Miscellaneous Assignments Certified Copies Servicemen's Discharges 83 20 4 205 3 20 38 Total Papers 2.802 44 I 10-2.S 13l 5- 1 26 123, 453,l 16 I 42l 5 21 15 67i 22U 40 15 7 13 22 28 89 34 53 4' 51! 45 48l 81 I 8 I 32HI 6- 1 5-27 6- 7 6-10 6-16 6-16 6-14 6-17 6-18 5- 26 6- 17 6-18 6-17 6-17 6-17 6-14 6-18 6-18 6-15 3-18 5- 1 6- 17 6-15 6-18 5- 24 6- 16 Total sales for the week were 7,895 shares. Total sales for the week ended June 11. 1948. were 8.665 shares. CI Paid so far this year. (VI Plus stock dividend. (SI Plus 20 ner cent stock dividend. I Plus $1.00 extra, (tl Plus 50 cents extra. (X) Plus 25 cents extra. ) Plus $2.00 extra. Average Price of 30 Leading Stocks ocums BASED UPON DOW-JONES AVERAGE OF 30 LEADING dou PHiHAUiLirM tCTnin fTAif MlI Tl IT IV 1 r a VAn CTfVl CvrUAMCCiSrWi 240 EXTREME PRICE RANGE i j j i 1 1 ICfT IOAO: i o, 1 .1 or mill UItU I . 1 .1 IOA AO uuivia. io.oo niun June m-i7-r.-r7 in iioa I nul r.L ii ujm 200 mn reo. Tj LAST WEEK "I High-Monday 194.49 Low-Friday 190. Baled Upon Datly- !1 Closing rncei A Hi i i i 240 220 mi N f Tl ; iT i I i 1 1 i I 1 LAST WEEK "I ! I . 7T I IBoHIHHWHiah.Monday 194.49 rM-t-- Ari--T-'.'eO Mil I ..' . .11' rr.THMiini il A ' f 1 1 T ' T 1 ' ' 'Tl f i 1 1 M I i 11 I I I . m I iVV ill! illi Mill iniUiniHnHlfTrrMMIII UliniHM MHUIIHI mUM ?i ii ft Wii1 IT i 1 IM, Vrh-7r4rM 4 CLOSING PRICE JUNE 15,1948. WAS -120 lrl!l Ii Jl HIGHEST SINCEAUGL26J946. ;M 1941 1942 1941. 1944 1945 . 1946 1947 1948 Rose and Nora, his wife. Lot 228 of Bryant & Trevor's Subdivision; $1 (tax $12.10). GOLF MANOR Marjorifc B. Allison to Ruby S. Hopper, Lot 99 of Golf Manor Subdivision; $1 (tux $14.85). GREEN TOWNSHIP Martha Schlensker to Jacob W. Reinhart and Billle A., his wile, 50 by 135 feet on the west side of Race Avenue, 844 feet south of Harrison Avenue, Section 15; SI (tax $10.45). HIGHPOINT SUBDIVISION Myrtle Groves to Robert G. Rothenbusch, Lots 924, 925 and 926; $1 (tax 55c). HYDii PARK Arthur E. Forester and Llltlan E., his wife, to Ruth H. Meckstroth, part of Lot A of Hyde Park Subdivision; $1 (tax $22). HYDE PARK D. Elliott Wilson and Mae L.J his wife, to Clement M. Pray and violet M., his wife. Lot 13 and part of Lot 12 oi Charles u. uomegys subdivision; $i (tax si.ini. LOCKLAND Edna Koctter and Joseph, her husband, to Minerva s. cunningnam. Lot 268 of J. H. Oliver's Second Addition; $1 (tax $21,451. MADEIRA Laura L. Fllnn to Hazel Schmidt Lots 36 and 37 of Madeira Heights subdivision: si. MADISONVILLE Elmer and Ethel Fischer to Allen E. Collins, part of Lot 47, Block u of Cornuelle & Muchmorc s Addition; $1. MADISONVILLE Anthony Pedro and Mary, r hit urlfn In Tamoo W rlimilnirhum Anil Elsie E. Wamser. part of Lot 141 of Ayres L. Bramble Estate SI (tax S1Z.1U . MOHAWK Soohle Lindemann to Frederick J, Linoemann, 2465 MCMicken Ave.; i (tax 55c) . MT. AUBURN Fred C. Rampleman and Rose M., his wife, to Matilda N. waioman, loi 4 of Philip M. Price's Subdivision; also, 1604 Highland Ave.: $1,800 (tax $2.20). MT. HEALTHY William E. Berndt and Mar garet, his wife, to Rose P. steibcr, 9U By 255 feet on Adams Road, Section 33, Snrinefield Townshln: SI Itax $3.30). NEWTOWN Lela S. Rabe to Earl and Lulu Beson, Lot 3 of ciara crun subdivision; $x (tax $1.10). NORTHERN LIBERTIES Henry Shull to Emma K. Robber ts, 1708 Goose Alley; $1 (tax 55c). NORTHSIDE Ralph E. Ruehrweln and Jack Ruehrwein to Edgar c. Kennedy. Lot oi Abram Bell's First Subdivision; $1. NORWOOD Raloh Hollars to Ella Hollars, part of Lots 59 ana 58 or norwooa hirh- Ana Kvnaicate .sunaivision si ai.iu . NORWOOD Wilbur H. and Mabel L. Powell to John L. Morand and Mary G. Morand, Lot 24 of proposed Sheridan Drive Subdivision: $1 (tax $11,551. NORWOOD Rachel C Staub to Charles J. Staub, her husband. Lot 21 of South Norwood Syndicate Subdivision: $1. NORWOOD Allene M. Wait to Frank and Ora M. Wlese, part of Lot 10 or Parvin, Lane and Bolles Subdivision: $1 (tax $22). NORWOOD Samuel A. Vandever and Jewell. his wife, top Edna White, 2628 duck creek Road: $1 (tax 55c). NORWOOD Charles Willis to Leona. his wife. Lot 1279 and part of Lot 182 or uo-finger and HoDklns Second Subdivision: $1. NORWOOD Leila M. Snyder to Mary I. Walter. 2686 Arbor Ave.; $1 (tax .tl.iu). NORWOOD Clarence R. Hughes and Ruth F.. his wile, to Clarence J. stelnke and Wil liam F. Woestc. 48 by 110 feet on the north side of Buxton Ave.. 505 feet east of Montgomery Pike: $1 (tax $15.40). NORWOOD Herman Buse to Gertrude Busc, Lot 25 of Mills and Kline's First subdivi sion; also. Lot 24 of same subdivision; $1 (tax $1.10). Aloysius Buse, Marie, Leo H. and Catherine Buse to Gertrude Buse, Lot 25 of Mills and Kline's First Subdivision; also, Lot 24 of same subdivision; $1 (tax $3.30). Herman Buse to same,' part of Lot 4 of Culbertson Park's Subdivision: $1 (tax 55c). Aloysius Bruse. Marie, Leo H. and Cath erine Buse to same, same property; $1 (tax 55c I. PLEASANT RIDGE Mary Bickers to Gladys L. Byus, part of Lots 17. 18. 19 and 20 of W. D. Freeman's Resubdivlslon; $1 (tax $111. PLEASANT RIDGE SYNDICATE SUBDI VISION Gladys E. Volk to Georgia Schroy. Lot 98: $1 (tax $17.05). PLEASANT RIDGE Eitel Gross to Mildred K. Lyle, part of Lot 42 of Ridgewood Subdivision; $1 (tax $1.10). PRICE HILL Patrick J. Jyce and Mary A., his wife, to Ralph L. Dolan. an Irregular lot on the east side of Rutiedge Avenue, 54 feet south of Glenway Avenue; $1 Itax $13.75). PRICE HILL Mary F. Stevens, et al. per Sheriff to Anna Wood, Lots 20 and 21 of Sarah Moore Estate; $1,000. PRICE HILL Alice L. White, et al. per Sheriff to Arthur Wood, Lot 19 of Sarah A. Moore Estate: $50. PRICE HILL Minnie C. Pabst to Joseph L. talia. part of Lot 10 of David Allen's Estate: $1 (tax $12.10). PRICE HILL Jack H. Rlckett to Alma R. Rickett. 40 by 100 feet on the west side of Kingston Place, 156 feet south of Stoddard Place: $1. PRICE HILL William J. Hagemeyer and Isa- beiie, nis wire, to Meiva L. speidei, iiuo Rosemont Avenue; $1 (tax $8.$j0). PRICE HILL Leona Kuhlman and Edward. her husband, to Mary H. Burke, 25 by 113 feet on the west side of Boldface Road, 600 feet south of Warsaw Pike; $1 (tax $9,351. PRICE HILL Frank L. Trepohl and Helen M.. his wife, to Edna Wetzel, 1237 Denver Avenue: SI (tax $5.50). PRICE HILL Arthur Wood to Alfred Bauer, Lot 19 or Sarah Moore subdivision; $1 (tax $12.65). Anna Wood to same, part of Lot 20 of same subdivision: $1 (tax $1.10 1 . READING Albert Meyer and Mary, his wife. to John R. Moore. 50 by 100 feet on the east side of Fenton Avenue, 2 50 feet north of Walnut Street: $1 (tax $9,901. READING Albert P. Matre and Olivia, hi. wire, to Eleanora stauverman. Lot 198 or Oliver's Second Addition: $1. Eleanora Stauverman and Richard H., her husband, to Harry T. Walters and Elsie I. Walters, same property; $1 (tax $5.50). READING Adolph W. Link and Theresa, his wne; Amanaus Link ana nazei, nis wuc, and Charles L. Link and Agnes, his wife, to Charles J. Huenlng. husband of Vera A.. Lot 30 of E. B. Blunt's Second Subdivision; $1 (tax $1,651. READING George Luedeke to Augusta J. Reb- holz. part or Lot 68 of Gahl subdivision; $1 (tax $1.65). RIDGE PARK SUBDIVISION Marshal W. Ar- gadine and Elizabeth A., his wife, to Helen C. Kreuzman wife of William A., part of Lots 14 and 15: $1 (tax $31,351. RIDGEWOCD SUBDIVISION Hotze. Kuntzler & Co. to Raymond F. Hare. Lot 32: $1 RIDGEWOOD SUBDIVISION The Sibcy Con struction Company to Mary J. C'lllins. part of Lots 4 and 5: 1 (tax $25.30). RIDCE1VOOD SUBDIVISION Annf Abbthl to Ravmond F. Hare. Lu' 7)- ri 't-r 2.7ji ROSELAWN Oscar E. De LaCrolx and Alma M.. his wire, to Bernadette R. Antnnelll and .Robert J., her husband. Lot 157 of Fourth Baseball? Buffalo, N. y., June 20 (AP) The Buffalo Bisons and Syracuse Chiefs of the International League went on a hitting tear in their doubleheader today with these results: A total of 68 hits and 67 runs. Fifteen home runs 10 of them hit by Buffalo In the first game for a League record. A total of 20 doubles. Buffalo won the first game, 28-11, and the second, 16-12. The Bisons' 44 runs tied their own League production record set in 1932. Fall Injuries Fatal To Window Cleaner A 37 -year -old window cleaner died at General Hospital late yes terday from a basal skull fracture and other injuries suffered June 8 when he fell 30 feet from a window at the National Lead Co., 1027 W, Seventh St., the office of Coroner Herbert P. Lyle reported. The victim was identified as Joseph Matthew Popham, 726 Wil kinson Ave., Walnut Hills. Police were told by a witness, Clemens Taphorn, 920 Central Ave., that Popham plunged to the sidewalk after a hook in his rigging slipped. Popham is survived by his widow, Mrs. Josephine Popham. The Gilli- gan funeral home is in charge of arrangements. (l (tax Subdivision of Hillcrest Section; S23.R51. SADIE COOK'S SUBDIVISION Irvine E. Ross Jr. and Elisabeth a,, nis wne. iu rrmices a. Hnlterhntf. Lot 6: $1 (tax $8.25 . GMARnNVTll.1? TTlln Crnwe to Herman Brink dopke. Lot 29 or resubdivlslon oi oari oi Kharnn H.lirhk Kllhfiivision: SI I tax 55C). SPRINGDALE Estate of Harry M. Carroll to Harriet B. Carroll, 84 by 130 leet on tne west side of Main Street, at the southwest corner or Main and Cherry Sts.; $7,000 Itav S7.vni. SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Anna M. Noga to William M. Noga and Marie uross, u oy a fpr nn Knrlnsf Ipld Road. Section 34: $1. SILVERTON Ralph G. and Patricia L. Rinck- enoergei', to noger ana Lucreim x.iiBtvcii, Lots 172 and 173 of Haines & Cresap Subdivision: $1 Itax S15.40), . I SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Althea Brlnk- meler to Elizabeth Schelinamer, 02 oy isu feet on North Bend Road, 352 feet west of Wlnton Road; Section 19; $1 (ta 2 7RI. SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Catherine Phelps to George W. Buslieiman, Lot oi Grandvlew Heights Realty Co. Subdivision; 1 (tax fiSci. SPKINGUALE PARK SUBDIVISION Roy D. and Cllliora c. Hern to Loreiia i. ana Albert F. Heggcmeler, Lot 189, Section E; ClltavClll SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Suburban Develop ment, inc., to vauey &nop-in, inc.. pan of Lot 5 of William R. Morris subdivision, Section 1: $1 (tax $110). RPRTMnFTRl.n township Marv Miller John n. Miller, so oy i2a icei on um west side of Savannah Avenue, Section 31: $1. . SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Robert Holmes and Ollic, his wile, to jonn uoraon ana Minerva, his wile, Lot 245 of Lincoln Heights Subdivision, Section 3; $1 (tax SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP S. C. Cole to James Anaerson, Lot 22 01 wuuuiawu Terrace Addition Subdivision, Section 4; 1 ItSY RSOI. SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Emma Tocnnis to Anthony Lykins, d acres in section io; i. (tax $1.10). . ST. BERNARD Rose Tausch to Earl H. Smith, one-year lease irom June to, ibid, of storeroom at 4908 Vine St.; monthly rental $60. ST. BERNARD The Jefferson Corp. to Na omi Haralson, 20 montns' lease irom may 23, 1948, of third-floor apartment at 4919 vine St.: monthly rental $18. SYCAMORE TOWNSHR1P Charles Corhn ta Eugene L. kouduis ana uenjamin r. uumns, Lots 1,114 and 1,115 of Highpolnt Subdivision. Section 1: $1 (tax 55ci. SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP Anna S. Volk and Karl E. Volk to Jonn McAuiey, Lots ai ana 22 of Henry Feuersteln's First Subdivision. Section 32; $1. John McAuiey and Mary, his wire, to Russell R. Herron and Berniece A., his wife, rjart of Lot 21: $1 (tax $1,101. SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP Estate of Jane Gar- lington to Richard Simpson. Lots 17B, ii and 185 of Hazelwood Subdivision; $900 (tax $1,101. SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP Kenneth D. Sey mour to Mary A. Seymour, part or Lot 1 of John Stevens Estate; Section $14; $1. SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP Mamie Brewer to Lucas and Eva T. Brewer. Lot 77 of Wash ington Subdivision; Section 34; $1 (tax $1.10). SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP Allan E. Reynolds and Mae T., nis wile, to wiuiam a. ana Virginia Homan. Lot 111 of Osceola Park Subdivision: Section 1; $1 (tax $9.35). SYMMES TOWNSHIP Raymond Elbrecht and Betty, his wire, to George s. uayior, i by 312 feet on a proposed street In Section 30' si (tax $7.15). TERRACE PARK John N. Kramer to Louis F. and Grace L. Slegel. part of Loi 1 01 C. R. stunts subdivision: $1 (tax si.zu), UPTOWN Margaret Dehlcr. Magdalen Deh- ipr. Annn 1.. Hennessey, jonn ana Kicnara Dehler to Ethel Dehler, Lots 60 and 61 of Elsas and Loth Subdivision: $1. VALLEY DALE SECOND SUBDIVISION Bertha E. Ke stcr and Gene R.. her nus- band, to Blanche P. Brosemer, wife of Arthur J., part 0! Lots 140 and 141; $1 (tax $14.85). WALNUT HILLS John Tlemey and Mary, his wife, to Albert H. Koehier. part or Lots 71 and 72 of Idlewlld Syndicate First subdivision: $1 tax $8.80 . WALNUT HILLS Benjamin A. Lawson and Marie E., his wile, to Milton Miner and Llille, his wife, 60 by 170 feet on Gilbert Avenue, being Lot 9 of Mathew Partition subdivision: $1 (tax 55cl. J. W. WEAVER'S SUBDIVISION Corlnne Schirman to Ralph Reidell and Loretta his wife. Lot 16: $1 (tax $25.30). WALNUT HILLS Grace O. Holfman. et a!. per Sheriff, to H. C. Hubbell, Lots 1 ana 2 of subdivision of part of Samuel Beres-ford's Subdivision: $942 (tax $1.10). WALNUT HILLS Viola Shannon and Lottie M. Long, wife of George W.. to Haldee G. Neblett, 22 by 184 feet on the north side of Lincoln Avenue, being Lot 20 of Rebecca Rusk Subdivision; $1 (tax $8.80 1. WALNUT HILLS Charles L. McGonegle to Thomas P. McGonegle, an Irregular lot on the northwest corner of Madison Road and Fairfield Avenue: $1 (tax $3,851. WEST END Tliomes Perrv and Ethel, nis wife, to the Board of Education or Cincin nati, Lot on 01 j . ts. rurceu a sunaivision $3,085. WEST END Leo Marcus to Framil Corpora- t on. 904 Richmond St.: si. WEST END Betty C. Kuby to Hvman Chrnek. Lot 15 of W. Thorn's Subdivision In cutter's Stiuare Five: $1 (tax $7,751. WEST END John T. Mlms to Thomas Perrv and Ethel, his wire, 20 by 126 feet on the east side of Cutter Street, 373 feet south of Clark Street: $1. WEST END Blanche Gerstner to The Board of Education of Cincinnati, 1043 Mound St.; also 23 by 87 feet on the west side of Mound Street, 386 feet north of Court Ktrpt- SI. WESTCHESTER SUBDIVISION Westchester Housing Corp. to John j. and Josephine Rei f schneider, Lot 21; 11 (tax $13.75) ( reg. ) WEST END Lucius T. Jenkins and Lula M. Jenkins to Homer L. Foster, part of Lot 6 of Cutter's Subdivision; $1 (tax $2.75). WEST END Larkin Rousey to Otha Rousey. 25 by 100 feet on the east side of Free man Avenue, 20 feet north 01 xorx Allev: $1. WEST END Jacob Newman to The Ellokum Investment Corp., Lot 88 of Francis carr Estate: $1 (tax $2.20). WESTWOOD Peter Dottermann to Dottermann i Son. Inc.. Lot 41 of Frederick W Schwartz Estate: $1 (tax $5,501. WESTWOOD Louise Rlngenberger to Ger trude E. Cutter, 50 by 150 feet on the west side of Epworth Avenue, 100 feet south of Wardall Avenue; $1 (tax $17.60). WESTWOOD Nettle E. Burkley and Harry J., her husband, to Alberta S. Burrows, 50 by 115 feet on the south fide or Harrison Avenue, 413 feet east of La Feullle Avi-nue: $1 (lax $17,051. WOODSIDE HOMES SUBDIVISION Roger T. Neal and Eleanor M.. his wire, to vera B. Smith. Lot 57: $1 (tax $13,751. WOODSIDE HOMES SUBDIVISION Charles P. Taft to Ohio Homes Inc., Lot 44. section R- SI Itax $1. 101. WYOMING The Oueen Cltv Construction Co. to Minnie C. Stelnmetz, part or Lot 4 or A Pendery's Estate: $100 (tax 55 cents). WYOMING Elolse B. McFerran to Charles R. Braun and Anna E. Braun. Lot 53 or wvo-mlng L. 4 B. Co. Subdivision; $1 (tax $4.40). WYOMING Frances G. Ashbrook and Elliott her husband, to Robert F. Riley and Jane C. his wire, part or Lot 36K. or J. T. Wilson Subdivision: $1 (tax $17.60). Twelve On List Of Injured In Two Automobile Crashes On Trafficways Of County Twelve persons were injured, none seriously, in two automobile collisions that occurred in the Hamilton County area late Saturday night and early yesterday. Four Western Hills residents and three young men living in Dent were hurt when an automobile driven by James E. Lyons, 19, 1221 Quebec Rd., hit an unlighted car that had stopped in traffic on North Bend Road at a point 200 feet west of Clover Leaf Lane in Monfort Heights, Deputy Sheriff Albert Piening reported. The owner of the second car, Russell J. Walden, .20, Harrison Pike, Dent, told Piening that he and some friends were on their way home from a near-by tavern when battery trouble forced him to stop his car. Three young men riding with Walden were injured. They were Milton Rack, 21, Harrison Pike, Dent, head bruises; Robert Bessler, 22, Box 275, Harrison Pike, Dent; cut and bruised, and Robert Karst, 17, Box 274, Harrison Pike, face in juries. All were treated by private physicians. Lyons escaped injury, but four passengers in his car were injured. They were Thomas Haley, 28, 1044 Academy Ave., Price Hill, and Miss Jane Korb, 25, 4723 Glenway Ave., both taken to St. Mary Hospital for treatment of head injuries; Robert Brueggemeyer, 27, 4778 Guerley Rd., and James Maloney, 19, 3407 Alta Vista Ave., Cheviot, both suffering from face cuts. In the second accident, a car driven by Carl Agner, 21, 471 Canal St., Lawrenceburg, Ind., collided with another car driven by Andrew Thorn, 39, Braddock, Pa. on Ohio 128 at Cilley Rd. Riding with Thorn was Antonio! Silvero, 21, Quincy, Mass., who suffered head cuts. Thom has been staying at U. S. 52 and Kilby Rd. and Silvero on Cilley Rd. Those injured in Agner's car, all living in Lawrenceburg, were Phillip Pun-kett, 21, neck cuts; Louis Johnston, 15, right leg fracture; Carl Corn, 20, cuts over right eye, and Freddie Corn, 15, left shoulder cuts. tl Kaiser-Frazer Accused By Investment House Cleveland, June So (UP) Otis & Co., Cleveland investment house, today charged the Kaiser-Frazer Corp. with committing a fraud on their stockholders and demanded that it return to the people "assets and income worth millions of dollars in vital aluminum producing." Otis served its demand on Henry J. Kaiser and Edgar Kaiser, based on a recent registration statement filed by the Kaiser-owned Pernia-nente Metals Corp. with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the sale of 600,000 shares of capital stock to the public. The Kaisers have "unlawfully and improperly transferred the lease of the Trentwood Rolling Mill near Spokane, Wash., major plant of Permanente, from Kaiser-Frazer in which the public has invested more than $78,000,000 to a company in which Kaiser and family, through intermediate companies, own 60 per cent," Otis said. The investment house said this was "in violation of your fiduciary responsibilities, constituting a fraud upon the stockholders of Kaiser-Frazer Corp," in a telegram to Henry J. Kaiser. Otis added that it was making the demand "as stockholders and underwriters of two issues of Kaiser-Frazer stock." Number of Business Failures NUMIBt Monthly Data Source of Dotot Dun and Brodslreet, Inc. 200 100 Jy"- 1945 1946 1947 1948 lu- T I,..,. rW4 ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS SS Ml HALPIN. Mary PALMISANO, William VSlS SS , AXTOBT, Annie J MIDMETON, Mike ypi Radtl's every service is conducted wiih the full S5 appreciation that it is a sacred tribute to someone's memory. The JOHN J. ItABEL Co. IIKXKV J. RAREr.. Pros. A 0365-1 WA 4512 6 Four Convenient Funeral Homes ? tmmmmmmmmmmmmm'MWBissa Mack Johnson McMillan and Upland Place WOodburn 0474-0475 MliMllinil'lll.i.lll, I'i.,,."!!"!;;.,,.::!!,'!:!!!:!!:!:!!!!!!!!!:!!!!!!,:!!;,:!!;!!!!:;!!!.!!; WHITING -KLEB FUNERAL HOME Serving Greater Cincinnati 3900 Montgomery Road ME 2240 GEO, H. ROHDE & SON AIR-CONDITIONED FUNERAL HOME. Llnwood and Delta Ave. EAsf 0404. NURRE BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHerry 6929 HODAPP FUNERAL. HOME Formerly With WILTSEE, Inc. 24 W. 9ih St. CH 0932 VITT & STERMER, INC. 1824 Westwood. WA 0787. 3425 Harrison Ave.. MO 0833. 3035 River Rd.. WA QUO. The Busse & Borgmann Co. Central Parkway at Clifton Hills Lane. 1517 Freeman. PA 4487-4488. Hamilton at Elklon KIrby 1040. 7401 Villi: VA 0805 VORHIS FUNERAL HOMES Lock la nd, Ohio. VA 0063 Norwood, Ohio, MI? 4ftft4. ALLISON & ROSE ESS, r COVINGTON, KY. Cincinnati Cremation Co. flR DIXMYTH AVE. UN 1021. Brutickner Currier Goebel rubbs 1 luck Hughes Jackson r nnu Mandery Maitpes Miller F.ilmisano Schroerier Srhwein Selmeler Sirvinft Nu Hi van Walker THOMAS FUNERAL HOMB MADISONVILLE. Bamber Funeral Home, Inc. JOHN W. BAMBER ROBERT BAMBEB ' 3011 Woodburn Ave. WO 1440. CHAS. A. MILLER SONS wor!T"wlDE- Kl 0040 Wrassmann & Barfknecht WO 1H0O CH 03.18 I2U25 Gilbert Ave. Inc. 1421-23 Main St. Tredway Funeral Home Established 1892. ?13l Cameron Ave Norwood, Ohio, ME 0311. A. C. DOBBLING & SON PT. THOMAS. HI 1730. BELLEVUJfi, CO 8041. - Salvation helongeth unto the Lord Copr. 1948, John Howard Harris. mtlJiiCKNKK Rev. Ernst William, beloved brother of Edna and Ida Brueck-lier, Clara Herget, Lydia Gaenye and Charles E. Brueckner of Monrovia, Calif., Thursday, June 17, 1948; residence, 3100 Markbrelt ave. Services at the Witt, Good & Kelsch funeral home, :;026 Madison rd., Hyde Park, at Oakley fsquare, Monday, June 21, at 2 p. m. l-riends may call Sunday after 2 p. m. L Boston (Mass.) papers please copy J . CIIRRILR Lewis J beloved husbandof Romalne C. Currier (nee Louget, father of Lewis J. Currier III. and brother of John Currier, Sunday, June 20, 1948, at residence, 2741 Minot ave. Funeral services Wednesday. June 23, at Cleve- land, Ohio. GfJKBKL- Willi am C, beloved husband of Betty Wilkinson Goebel, dear brother o: Minnie conover, Elsie. Charles and John Allen Goebel, suddenly, Thursday, June 17, 1948, at Miami, Fla. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons funeral home, Hamilton ave. at Knowl-ton St., Northside, Monday after 4 p. m. Funeral services Tuesday, at 10:30 a. m. MAPPES Mathilda M. ( nee Ritter . beloved wile of Walter C. Mappes and devoted mother of Mrs. Wilbur (Mildred) Winebrenner, Walter Jr. and Albln J. Mappes, suddenly, Friday, Junt 13, 1948, residence, 1831 Milts ave. Friends may call at the Romer-Moeller funeral home, 394 3 Montgomery rd.. at Mentor, Norwood, Monday atter 4 p. m. Requiem high mass St. Elizabeth Church Tuesday, June 22, at 9 a. m. " MILLER Anna Horn, beloved wife of-Fred Miller, mother of Mrs, H. J. Shirley, Mrs. Clifford Stegman, Mrs. Edwin Klsker, Mrs, Fred Scull, Irene D. and Earl F. Miller. Thursday, June 17, 1948; residence, 653 Foulke it., Clifton, Friends may call at the Clarence A." Baiter funeral home, 3412 Clifton ave.,' Clifton. Sunday from 3 to 10 p.m. Services at the convenience of the family; GRIJBBS Contes W., beloved husband of Susie Scobie Grubbs. beloved father of Albert L. of Lafayette, La., Mis Margaret Smith of Cleves. Ohio, Ralph of Bright, Ind., and Russell of Harrison, Ohio, and the late Robert Grubbs of Lawrenceburg, Ind., at his residence, Brltiht, Ind., Saturday, June 19, 1948. Friends may call at the Jackman & Bullock funeral home, Harrison. Ohio, offer 2 p. m. Tuesday. June 22. Funeral services from the Methodi3t Church, Bright, Ind., Wednesday, Jun-j 23. at 2:30 p. m. HATCH Emma L. l Ross I . beloved wife of George J. Hauck and mother of Mrs. Eugene Durham, Walter and Mil tun Hauck and grandmother of Howard, Milton and Marilyn Hauck. Thursday, June 17, 1948: residence. 2917 Maisel dr., Clifton. Friends may call at the Clarence A. Baiter funeral home, 3412 Clifton ave., Clifton, Sunday from 3 to 10 p. m. Services Monday, June 21, at iL-PiJ?' . HUGHES John W.. beloved husband of Virqinla Hughes ( nee Speaks I , beloved father of David. Jack and Carolyn Ann Hughes, beloved son of Mrs. Irene Powell and John T. Hughes and beloved brother o! George Hughes, suddenly, Saturday. June 19. 1948; residence, 51 W. Corry St.; aged 30 years. Friends may call at the Busse & Burgmann Co. Parkway funeral home. Central pkwy. and Clifton Hills In.. Monday after 1 p. rn. Services Tuesday, June 22, at 2:30 p. m. JACKSON Perry E.. beloved husband of Minnie Harris Jackson, at residence. No. 1 Lane Seminary Grounds. Friends may call at Jacocks funeral home. 2602 Gilbert ave. at Taft rd.. Monday after 2 p. m. Services Tuesday, June 2, 1948. at 2 p. m, r'NCII JoseDh E.. beloved husband of the lnte Anna M. Benton Lynch, and sort of the late Dennis and Elizabeth Devine Lynch, brother of Mry E., William E. and Sylvester J. Lynch, Sunday, June 20, 194 8; residence, 3768 Ferdinand pi. Funeral from the Witt, Good & Kelsch funeral home, 3026 Madison rd., Hyde Park, at Oakley Square, Wednesday, June 23. at 9:30 a. m. Solemn requiem high mass St. Cecilia Church at 10 a. m. Friends may call Tuesday after 4 p. m MANDERY Carrie (nee Hoffmann-, beloved wife of the late Jacob Mandery. beloved mother of Oscar E. Mandery and Sister Mary Concepta, O.F.S.. Sunday, June 20. at residence. 692 Riddle rd. Friends may call at the Busse A Borgmann Co. Parkway funeral home, Central pkwy. and Clifton Hills In.. Tueftlav after 1 p. m. Smlemn requirm Mph maw Sacred Heart Church Wednesday, June 93, At a- PALMISANO William R.. beloved hoi-band of the late Lucy Palmisano (nee Sanzone), devoted father of Frank and Pvt. Vincent Palmisano, beloved son of Frank and Auguita Palmisano (nee Gentilet, of Norwood, Ohio; devoted brother of Frank Palmisano of Clear Water, Fla,, Paul and Neal Palmisano, Mrs. Susie Mercurio, Mrs. Lena Cian-ciolo, Mrs. Augusta Sanzone, Mrs. Freifta-Degaro and Mrs. Mary Duccilli, Friday, June 18, 1948, of 677 Hermosa ave. Funeral from the John J. Radel Co. Price Hill funeral home, Glenway and Dewey aves., Tuesday. June 22 at a. m. Solemn requiem high mass St. William Church, at 9:30 a. m. Friends may call after 1 p. m. Monday. 8CHROEDER Paul H., suddenly, at the residence of Theodore Hechlnger, Jackson pit., near Owensville, Ohio, Friday. June 18, 1948. Funeral Monroe funeral home, Milford, Ohio. Services Monday, June 21, at 2 p. m. Committal service Cincinnati Crematory. Friends call Z to 10 p. m. Sunday. SCHWEIN Louise (nee Oesper), beloved wife of the late Henry Schwein, dear mother of Mrs. Edna Thiel. Friday, June-18, 1948; residence, 5450 Hamilton ave.; aged 83 years. Funeral Tuesday,' June 22. at 10 a. m., Spaeth Sons funeral home, 1320 Chase ave. at Chambers st., Northside. Friends may call Monday after 3 p. m. SELMEIER J, Norma Huffzky, beloved tftife of Louis J. Seimeler and mother of Mrs William Hal Newsom, daughter of Mrs. Mary Hutfzky, sister of Mrs. Fred Owens and Mrs. Harry E. Fisk, Saturday, June 19, 1948; residence. 1730 Avonlea ave., Bond Hill. Friends may call at the Clarence A. Baiter funeral home. 3412 Clifton ave., Clifton, Mon--day from 4 to 10 p. m. Services Tuesday. J une 22. at 2:30 p. m. SIEVING Charles G., beloved brother of Anna Sieving, Saturday. June 19, 1948: residence. 1701 Hughes st. Friends may call at the Wrassmann u Barfknecht funeral home, 2625 Gilbert ave., north of Taft rd., Monday after 4 p. m. Services Tuesday, June 22, atl :30 p. m. SULLIVAN Mattie J.. sister of Cora A. Sullivan and Mrs. John C. Sconce, Saturday, June 19. 1948. at her residence. 2548 Cleinview ave. Friends may call Monday after 3 p. m., J.. J. Sullivan & Co. funeral home, 1336 E. McMillan at Bell pi. Requiem hinh mass St. Francis de Sales Church. Tuesday, 9 a. m. Kindly omit flowers. WALKER Mary H., wife of the lale Alfred B. Walker, mother of Mrs. F. R. Deprez and Mrs. William C. Mullally,-Krandmother of Mrs. Warren A. Witt-kopp, F. Robert and Jacques W. Deprez, William W. and James C. Mullally. sister of Mrs. Anna Tucker and Mis. Margaret Hall, Thursday, June 17, 1948.. Friends may call at the W. Mack Johnson funeral home, McMillan at Upland pl Sunday after 4 p. m. Services Monday. June 21. at 10:30 a.m. SOCIETIES AND LODGES F jl. Rine service will De held tor iwtTnddv. June 31. at S p. m. ' t th Muck Johnson funert home. MrMUlen t ipiana -m. ARTHUR r. CnERR i . T. ,r. .M. R. L. COMPTON, 33. Sec'J.

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