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C-4 METRO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, June 8, 1 9S5 Obituaries Man Can't Work With Blacks; State Orders All-White Job Dorothy L. Melcher, 88, Worked At Deaconess Hospital 45 Years elementary schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, including Sts. Peter and Paul School, Reading, St. Henry, West End, St. Stephen, Hamilton, and Immaculate Conception, Dayton, Ohio. Since 1965, she had been business manager and administrator of the Mount Notre Dame Complex. In 1968, she was responsible for a new provincial house which was built on the original foundation. "She was considered far-seeing and a visionary for needs related to contemporary religious institutions," said Sister Joyce Hoben, a long-time friend of Sister Catherine and present provincial of the order. Sister Catharine leaves her sister, Helen VanLahr, Mount Washington; brothers, Dr. August F. Fath, Kalamazoo, and Arthur Fath, Cincinnati; and many nieces and nephews. Mass, 7 p.m. Monday, at the convent chapel. Burial, convent cemetery. Visitation, 3-7 p.m. Monday at the convent chapel. Memorials, to the Fath Memorial, in care of the Sisters of Notre Dame. Schmldt-Dhonau Funeral Home, Reading, in charge of Hf The Special Fund also appealed the decision in Jefferson Circuit Court, where a pre-trial hearing Is scheduled Monday. Pearl, who has been off the Job since March, 1983, said he and his wife have been living on approximately $500 a month he receives in Social Security, but that bills have been piling up. PEARL STARTED as a laborer for the Metropolitan Park and Recreation Board and was promoted to superintendent. A supervisor later sought to demote him on the ground that Pearl was doing a lackluster Job. Pearl appealed and was transferred to the Department of Sanitation as a supervisor in the street-cleaning division. "In Sanitation, I was In the minority," Pearl said this week. "In Parks, I was in the majority; most of the workers were white." According to board records, Pearl suffered a breakdown In March, 1983, and checked Into a hospital. Eventually, Sanitation Department officials asked him to resign. Pearl said he's still afraid of blacks, doesn't believe he Is prejudiced but Just wants to be left alone. He said he is unsure if he can ever work In a multiracial environment, but he Is willing to undergo therapy and would like to return to work some day. Legal Defense Fund attorney In New York, said In 20 years as a civil-rights lawyer, he had never heard of a case in which someone received disability payments because he couldn't function in a multiracial environment. Pearl's attorney, Fred Radolov-ich, said his client definitely Is ill and entitled to compensation. But Radolovich agreed with some others that the board's opinion is too broad. He said Pearl's condition was caused primarily by the stress of working in a management position he couldn't handle. Conflicts with black workers worsened the condition, Radolovich said. William Brooks, the board member who wrote the opinion, declined comment. "The opinion says what it says," he explained. "I'm Just not going to comment." THE ORDER stipulated that Pearl, 39, be paid from the state Labor Cabinet's Special Fund, set up to partially compensate workers whose previous illnesses were exacerbated by their Jobs. The Special Fund and the city, in briefs filed with the board, deny that Pearl's Job had anything to do with his condition. They noted that Pearl had previously been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, a condition characterized by irrational fears and delusions, while serving In the Army in the late 1960s. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOUISVILLE, Ky. A state board has ruled that Louisville may have to find an all-white Job setting for a former employee whose mental problem was attributed partly to the stress of working around blacks. The Kentucky Workers' Compensation Board awarded him $231.47 a week, the maximum disability benefit permitted by law, the Louisville Times said Friday In a copyright story. THE BOARD also ordered that Gary Pearl, a former city sanitation supervisor, undergo therapy and directed that "exhaustive efforts be made to return (Pearl) to gainful employment, In an all-white setting, if necessary for his employabllity." The unanimous ruling, issued April 29 In Frankfort, was criticized by civil-rights groups, including the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union and the NAACP. "That the state Workers' Compensation Board could be so outrageously racist Is astonishing," said John Johnson, president of the Kentucky chapter of the NAACP. He said the decision "seems to me to be totally at odds with what we would hope to be our state government's commitment to full Integration of the work force." STEVE RALSTON, an NAACP THE REV. DONN C. RAMSDELL Christian minister emeritus Survivors include wife, Rosemary Armstrong; son Bertram A. Workum, a reporter for the Kentucky Post, son, Andrew, Tltus-ville, daughter, Judith Mary Workum, Cincinnati, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorial mass, 2 p.m. Monday, Church of the Nativity, Pleasant Ridge. The body will be donated to the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Nurre Brothers Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Pleasant Ridge, in charge of arrangements. No visitation. Memorials, Manney Home, Hamilton County Council for Mental Retardation, 11120 Pippin Cincinnati, Ohio 45231. June Marty 5 Deoft Notictf HamiHot Comfy 7 DtottNotieti Horfktn Keihcky HERINGHAUS Alvina, dear sister of Mrs. Clara Budde, Miss Helen Herin-ghaus and the late Dr. Ralph Heringhaus, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friday, June 7, 1985. Residence 132 S. Ft. Thomas Avenue, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Age 86 years. Mass of the Christian burial Monday, 10 A.M., at The Sacred Heart Church, BeHevue. Prayers 9:30 A.M. Monday at the Muehienkamp-ErscheU Ft. Thomas Funeral Home, 427 S. Ft. Thomas Avenue. Sunday visitation 4:30 to 8:30 P.M. Philip C. Glynn 5 DtofiNoficn Hamilton Comfy TRIMBLE Marie I. (nee Rechtin), beloved wife of the late Harry A. Trimble, sister of the late Edna Herman, Frances Lueken, Alma Bloebaum, Harry, Edward, Albert and Joseph Rechtin, sister-in-law of Edith Rechtin, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Age 87 years. Friends may caH at the Imwalle Memorial, 4811 Vine St. Bernard, Monday from 8:30 to 9:30 A.M. with Mass of Christian Burial at St. Clement Church, 10 A.M. If desired, memorials may be made to St. Rita Home for the Deaf or St. Joseph Infant and Maternity Home. AIETA Marcellina Virginia, beloved wife of the late Ernesto Aieta, dear mother of Mrs. Louisa Rorlno, Vito and Joseph Aieta, also survived by ten grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. June 7, 1985. Age 100 years. Mass of Christian burial Monday at 10 A.M. at St. Martin of Tours Church. Visitation Sunday, 4 to I P.M., at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Avenue at Queen City, if so desired, memorials may be made to Sacred Heart Comboni Mission Canter 8 DtotkHofkuMio- J. Dorothy L. Melcher, 88, retired -business office manager of Deaconess Hospital, died Thursday at Scarlet Oaks Retirement Community after a long illness. Miss Melcher, who retired In 1966, was an employee of the hospital for 45 years, worked under four hospital administrators and took only three weeks of vacation during her entire tenure at Deaconess. Leland White, president of Deaconess Hospital, said Miss Melcher and her sister, Norma L. Melcher, who lives at Scarlet Oaks, came to work for the hospital in 1921. Miss Dorothy Melcher worked in the business office of the hospital and was in charge of the office when she retired in 1966. Her sister worked with doctors' records keeping, later created the hospital records department and became its first administrator. Both sisters retired about the same time. "Both devoted their lives to the hospital," White said. "They worked 6V4 days a week, coming to the hospital after church on Sunday and spending the rest of the day working." After her retirement, Miss Dorothy Melcher continued to work as a volunteer at the hospital up until four or five years ago, when she no longer was physically able, the hospital president said. "They were institutions at -Deaconess Hospital," he said. 1 "They were of a variety not seen any longer." Services, 11 a.m. today at Spring Grove Mausoleum chapel. Bamber Funeral Home, 3011 Woodburn Walnut Hills, in charge of arrangements. Memorl- "als, Salem United Church of Christ, 1425 Sycamore Cincinnati, the Deaconess Hospital or charjty of choice. The Rev. Donn C. Ramsdell The Rev. Donn C. Ramsdell, 60, minister emeritus of the Forest Park Christian Church, where he had served 20 years as its first pastor, died Thursday at Christ Hospital. The Rev. Mr. Ramsdell, who retired last year, had been In the ministry for 36 years. He had pre-' vlously been pastor of churches in Cleveland and Cortland, Ohio, and Madison County, Ky. graduate of Bethany College, Bethany, W.Va., and the College of the Bible, Lexington; the Rev. Mr. Ramsdell had served as president of the district ministers' as-" soclation, a moderator of the Metro Commission of Christian Churches, president of the Cin-. innatl Disciples Union, member the Ohio Commission on Ministry, district chairman of the Commission on Christian Education of his church and a member of the board of directors of the Christian Churches of Ohio. "He was really a terrific Chris-- tian gentlemen who was held in high esteem by the clergy of his own church and of those of other denominations who knew him," said' the Rev. Edsel F. Pugh, pas-tor of the Norwood Christian Church, who had known the Rev. Mr. Ramsdell since 1944. The two met in Lakeside, Ohio, as student delegates to the meeting of the Christian -Youth Fellowship, an international organization. The Rev. Mr. Ramsdell leaves his wife, Marylou Myers dell; sons, Michael, Columbus, Patrick, Orlando, and Timothy, Cincinnati; sisters, Jane Cincinnati, Betty Col-burn, Columbus; and brother, Ralph, Anaheim, Calif. Services, 10:30 a.m. Monday at Forest Park Christian Church. A memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Sunday at the church. Visitation, 5-8 p.m. today, Vorhis Funeral Home, 11365 Springfield Memorials, Forest Park Christian Church. -t Sister Catharine Fath Sister Catharine Fath, 72, Sisters of Notre Dame, business manager and administrator of the Mount Notre Dame Complex on Columbia Avenue In Reading, died Friday at Good Samaritan Hospital. She entered her religious profession in 1931 and had taught in ANDERSEN Delma wife of the late Peter F. Andersen, beloved mother of Peter F. Andersen, devoted grandmother of Barbara Bauer and Stephanie Moore. Wednesday, June 5, 1985, Montgomery. Funeral services and interment wiH be in Tarrytown, N.Y. Memorials may be made to the First Reformed Church, Tarrytown, N.Y. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home, RAFT Mary formerly of Law-renceburg, IN. Age 71. Died June 7, 1985 in E. Lansing, Ml. Graveside services will be held in Greendale Cemetery, Law-renceburg, Monday, 2 P.M. with Rev. Mitsos, Pastor, St. Nichols Greek Orthodox Church, officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to E. Glen Senior Citizens Apartment Recreation Fund, co En-ola Hetmer, 1801 N. Hega-dorn Lansing, 48823. For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. FUNERAL NAME TIME DATE HOME HAMILTON COUNTY AIETA, MoreeHina Virgmio 10:00 A.M. June 10 Dalbert i Woodruff Andersen, Delmo M. Tarrytown, N.Y. BARTISH, Margaret N. 11:30 A.M. June 1 0 Horry Meyer i Geiser CECARDO. Mildred E. 11:00 A.M. June 10 Hodapp GIGLEY, John W. Dglbert i Woodrutt GLYNN, Philip Sr. I (HO A.M. June 1 Paul R. Young GUENTHNER, Myrtle 10:00 A.M. June 1 1 Neidtiord-Mingei LEYENDUSKY, Elizabeth (Bottyl 10:00 A.M. June 10 Geo. H. Rohde i Son MARTY, June 6:00 P.M. June 10 Vorhis MELCHER, Dorothy HOP A.M. June Bomber RAMSDELL Rev. Donn 10:30 A.M. June 10 Vorhis SR. CATHARINE PATH, S.N.D, 7:00 P.M. June 10 Schmidt-Dhonou SR. CATHARINE PATH, S.N.D. See Sr. Catharine Path STONE, Helen 11:00 A.M. June 10 Hodapp TAUL8EE, Lawrence Poul TRIMBLE, Marie I. 10:00 A.M. June 10 Imwalle Memorial VINEGAR, Mottie 7:00 P.M. June 1 J.C. Battle i Soni WADDLE, Jeiiie 2:00 P.M. June 10 Choi. A. Miller Sons WINTERS. Richard C. T.P. White I Sons WORKUM, Bertram 6. 2:00 P.M. June 10 Nurre Bros. OHIO BIBEE, Intia Marie 10:30 A.M. June 10 Joclroon-Kercheyol GARDNER, David M. 2:00 P.M. June 9 Peebles, Ohio 10:00 A.M. June 10 H.G. Shorten NORTHERN KENTUCKY HERINGHAUS, AMna 10:00 A.M. June 10 Muehleniamp-Enchell INDIANA RAFT, Mary 2:00 P.M. June 10 Lowrenceburg, IN. VINEGAR Mattle, beloved mother of Arietta Darden, Raymond, Stanley and June Lee Vinegar, Peggy Burdon, Clara Young and Clyde Vinegar, all of Cincinnati, John Vinegar of Cleveland, Ohio, 13 grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and twelve great-great-grandchildren, also daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, other relatives and many friends. June 4, 1985. Viewing Sunday from 6 to 7 P.M. at the Union Baptist Church, 405 W. Seventh Street. Memorial services at 7 P.M. by the Ellsha Chapterm O.E.S., followed by the O'BryonviHe Benevolent Society service. Funeral services follow Immediately. Rev W.A. Page, pastor, officiating. Interment Union Baptist Cemetery Monday morning. BARTISH Margaret N. (nee Nagy), beloved wife of the late Andrew J. Bartish, devoted mother of Andrew S. Bartish, mother-in-law of Mary Alice Kerley Bartish, loving grandmother of Lawrence, David, Marjorle and Michael, great-grandmother of Amy, Andrew and David, dear sister of Charles Nagy of CA. and Mildred Eberley of Avon Lake, OH. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Visitation Sunday from 4 to 7 P.M. at the Harry Meyer and Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 Gienway Ave. (Opposite the Covedate Cinema). Mass of Christian Burial, St. Antoninus Church, Monday at 11:30 A.M. Member of St. Antoninus Adult Social Group. Remembrances may be made to St. Antoninus School Endowment Fund. World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet June Marty, 63, Montgomery, co-owner of Accent on Travel, a Blue Ash travel agency, died Wednesday at Bethesda North Hospital, Montgomery. Mrs. Marty, who owned the agency with her daughter, Penny J. O'Gorman, Cincinnati, was a member of the Queen City Dog Training Club and the Kenwood Country Club. In addition to her daughter, she leaves her husband, Harold J. Marty, a past president of the Ohio Knife Northslde. A memorial cruise in celebration of life will be held at 6 p.m. Monday aboard the BB River-boats, sailing from the Cincinnati Public Landing. Memorials, to the American Cancer Society. Vorhis Funeral Home, Norwood, in charge of arrangements. No visitation. Dr. Madison W. Cawein Dr. Madison W. Cawein, 59, Wyoming, a pharmacologist for Mer-rell Dow Pharmaceuticals Cincinnati, died Friday at Deaconess Hospital. Dr. Cawein had been with the firm for 15 years. An army veteran of World War II, he received his bachelor's degree from Harvard University, his master's degree from the University of Minnesota while a fellow at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, and his doctor of medicine degree from Tulane University. Before Joining Merrell Dow, Dr. Cawein had been a professor at both the University of Tennessee and the University of Kentucky colleges of medicine and had done research for Norwich Pharmaceutical in Norwich, N.Y. He leaves his wife, Joan Cawein; sons, Madison, Louisville, and Louis Boydstun, Los Angeles; daughter, Elizabeth Cawein, Denver, and Debra Barlngtang, Cincinnati; and his father, Madison Cawein, Denvllle, N.J. There will be no services. Arrangements are under the direction of Andrews Nutt Funeral Chapel, 3602 Reading Avon-dale. Memorials, to American Cancer Society. Bertram C. Workum Bertram G. Workum, 77, Pleas- ant Ridge, a retired Industrial salesman, died Friday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. Workum, who retired in 1980 as a salesman for Automotive Binn Service, Lockland, had been In sales since the 1940s. Mr. Workum worked during World War II at Wright Aeronautical the predecessor of General Electric Evendale. A graduate of Walnut Hills High School, he later attended the Cincinnati Art Academy. He was a 32nd Degree Mason, a past master of the Norwood Lodge, Free Accepted Masons, and a member of the Walnut Hill lodge. Mr. Workum also was a member of the American Society of Tool Engineers. 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS WADDLE Jessie (nee Owens), wife of the late Everett Waddle, dear mother of HoHls Waddle, Christine Ferrell, Russell Waddle and the late Irene Short, dear sister of Art, Betty, Rae, Opal, Jennie and Berthe, also survived by 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Friday, June 7, 1985. Age 79 years. Resident of Winton Place. Friends may caH at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Avenue at Knowlton Street, Northslde, Monday from 12 noon until time of ser-vices at 2 P.M. Philip C. Glynn, 86, North College Hill, a 41-year cab driver who drove for 27 years without a chargeable accident, died Thursday at Providence Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack at home. Mr. Glynn's accident-free driving earned him and other safe taxi drivers a trip to the White House in 1956 and a meeting with President Nixon. Mr. Glynn, who had counted Babe Ruth and Sophie Tucker among his passengers during his long career, retired In 1969. What kept him going behind the wheel at that time? "Freedom," he told an Enquirer reporter shortly before his retirement. "You never know where you're going next." Mr. Glynn leaves his sons, Charles, Hamilton, and Philip Cincinnati; four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. today at the Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Mount Healthy. Burial, Arlington Memorial Gardens. Visitation, one hour before the services. Cornelia Banker Sauter MIDDLETOWN, Ohlo-Corne-lia Banker Sauter, 73, a member of a pioneer Butler County family and a sorority housemother, died Thursday at the home of a sister on South Dixie Highway. She was the mother of Van Gordon Sauter, of New York City, executive vice president of CBS. Born In Hamilton, Mrs. Sauter was the daughter of the late P.G. Banker Sr. and Annalou Banker. They were descendants of two pioneer families, the Bankers of Butler County and Frlbleys of Tuscararus County. She was employed a number of years at Rike-Kumler (now Shilll-to-Rlkes) in Dayton and was housemother for eight years at Kappa Delta Sorority, Vanderbilt University in Nashville. In 1983, she was Initiated as a member of the sorority during a formal ceremony at Vanderbilt. Other survivors Include two sisters, Elolse Banker Schneider of Middletown and Annalou Banker Thomas, Hilton Head, S.C.; two grandsons, First Lt. Mark Allen Sauter of U.S. Army Special Services at Ft. Bragg, N.C., and Jeremy Banker Sauter, a student at University of Montana, Missoula, and three nieces and three nephews. Arrangements are incomplete at Rlggs Funeral Home. ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 Hall and Ionian FIINPBAI WAPFL 761-8881 B6J-ZVU CECARDO Mildred E. (nee Ochs), beloved wife of the late Michael Cecar-do, dear mother of Marcla Austin, Frank, Diane and Mary Arm Cecardo, grandmother of Bruce and Michael Austin, De-bra Gibson, Tony, Frank and Stepttan Cecardo, dear sister of William Ochs and Ethel Groff. Friday, June 7, 1985. Friends are welcome to attend Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Greenhills, Monday at 11 A.M. Hodapp Funeral Home, Carthage, serving the family. Memorials, if so desired, may be made to the Elmer P. Beck man Adult Center, 2600 Civic Center Drive, Cincinnati 45231. Jamison Jamison Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 5 DtatiHoticH HamiltM Comfy MARTY WINTERS Richard dear son of Alfred Calvin and Mary Lou Winters, brother of Mrs. Glenn D. Fielder. June 7, 1985. Residence Anderson Township. Services and Interment Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. T.P. White and Sons Fu-neral Home serving the family. 5 DtatiHofkt Hmitfoo Comfy SR. CATHARINE FATH, S.N.D., SERVICES June (nee Green), beloved wife of Harold J. Marty, devoted sister of Mrs. Helen Van Lahr, mother of Penny J. Cr Gorman. Wednesday, June 5, 1985. Resi dent of Montgomery. Memori al cruise celebration of Hfe AILISOTIG wiH be held aboard BB River-boats, Public Landing, Monday, FATH Catharine. See SR. CATHARINE FATH notice. June 10. Boarding at 6 P.M. Dr. August r. Fath and the late Harry J. Fath, also numerous nieces and nephews. Died Friday, June 7, 1985, In the 54th year of her religious profession. Relatives and friends may call at the Notre Dame Convent, 701 E. Columbia Avenue, Reading, Monday, June 10, from 3 to 7 P.M. Mass of the Christian burial in the convent chapel Monday at 7 P.M. Sympathy may be expressed by donations to the Fath Foundation In care of the Sisters of Notre Dame, 701 E. Columbia Avenue, Reading. Arrangements by Schmidt-Ohonau. Sailing 6:30 til I P.M. Al friends welcome. Please respond It you are able to attend the memorial cruise by calling the Vorhis Funeral Home at 821-0062. desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the American ItpSE--- FUNERAL HOME 261 0146 iac. MMISIMMSMM. Mrs. AAary Hlsle Due notice WORKUM Bertram beloved husband of Rosemary Armstrong Workum, dear father of Andrew Saul of Tltusvllle, Bertram Armstrong and Judith Mary Workum, dear grandfather of Jennifer Stokes, Catherine Andrews, Rosemary, Margaret and Andrea Workum, great-grandfather of Ellse Stokes. Friday, June 7, 1985. Age 77 years. Resident of Pleasant Ridge. Friends are Invited to attend the Memorial Mass of Christian burial at the Church of the Nativity, Monday, 2 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Manney Home of the Hamilton County Council for Mental Retardation, 1120 Pippin Road, 45231. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, Pleasant Ridge, serving the family. Cancer Society. GIGLEY John beloved husband of Ruth Ruehrwein Gigley, devoted father of Paul J. and David H. Gigley, also survived by six grandchildren. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Funeral services at the convenience of the family. No visitation. so desired, memorials may be made to the Methodist Youth Fellowship of westwood United Methodist Church. Dalbert and Woodruff serving the family. MELCHER Dorothy beloved sister of Norma L. Melcher and the late Walter Melcher, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Melcher. Thursday, June 4, 1985. Residence Scarlet Oaks Retirement Community. Services Spring Grove Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel, Saturday, June 8, at 11 A.M. Memorials may be made to the Salem United Church of Christ, 1425 Sycamore Street, the Deaconess Hospital or the charity of your choice. Bamber Funeral Home In charge of arrange- 6 DnHiNotknOUt RADEL FUNERAL HOMES Serving Over a Century GLYNN Philip beloved husband of the late Esther A. (Behy-mer) Glynn, beloved father of Charles E. and Philip Glynn, dear grandfather of four grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Residence North College Hill. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Mt. Healthy, Saturday, 10:30 A.M. Friends may call Saturday from 9:30 A.M. until time of service. STONE Helen (nee McWhorter), beloved wife of the late Ralph Stone, devoted mother of Vivian Barlow, Charlotte Cundy and Roger Stone, also survived by eight grandchildren, dear sister of Mary Griffin, Ruby Godbey, Margaret Thomas and Edith Scrlvner. Friday, June 7, 1985. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Carthage, Sunday from 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral service Monday, 11 A.M. at the funeral home. Memorials, If so desired, may be made to Fellowship Tabernacle Church Building Fund (Carthage) or the charity of your choice. Rebold Funeral Home 3700 Glenmore 661-6200 Area Superintendents Blast GOP For Forgetting Funding Promises BIBEE Inila Marie (nee Boatright), wife of the late John A. Bibee, dear mother of John A. Bibee, of Okeana, Ohio, and Mrs. Bernlce Homan of Cincinnati, also survived by five grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Friday, June 7, 1985. Age 83 years. Residence Okeana, Ohio. Services 10:30 A.M. Monday, June 10, 1985, at the Jackman-Ker-cheval Funeral Home, Harrison, Ohio. Visitation Sunday from 6 to 9 P.M. Interment Sclplo Cemetery. 241-8332 RAMSDELL Rev. Dorm beloved husband of Marylou Myers Ramsdell, devoted father of Michael of Columbus, Patrick of Orlando, FL. and Timothy of Cincinnati, brother of Jane Bashor of Cincinnati, Betty Cofcurn of Columbus, OH. and Ralph of Anaheim, CA. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Resident of Forest Park. Friends may can at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 11365 Springfield Pike, Sprlngdale, Saturday, 5 to 8 P.M. Memorial service at the Forest Park THOMAS FUNERAL HOMES MADISONVILLE end KENWOOD GUENTHNER Myrtle T. (nee Crews), beloved wife of the late George Guenthner, dear mother of Lee Llndeman, dear sister of Carrie Wilkle, grandmother of Debbie Wooktrldge of Webster, Texas, also survived by two great-grandchildren. Visitation Monday, June 10, 7 to 9 P.M. at the Neldhard-Mlnges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Avenue, Westwood. Funeral services Tuesday, June 11, 10 A.M. at the funeral home. Interment St. Mary Cemetery, Ft. Mltchel, Ky. GARDNER David beloved husband of Hilda Gardner and dear brother of Marcella Bryant. Friday, June 7, 1985. Age 83 years. Funeral services 2 P.M. Sunday, Lafferty Funeral Home, Peebles, Ohio. Visitation Is 6 to 8 P.M. Saturday. Masonic Ser-vices 7 P.M. Saturday. TAULBEE Lawrence Paul, son of Bronvle, Sr. and Elizabeth Taulbee, brother of Douglas, CT Bronvle, Karen Brock, Cincinnati, and Mellnda Prltchett of Covington, nieces, nephews and many friends. Formerly employed by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, CA. where he was a graphic artist. 1968 Graduate of the Cincinnati Art Academy. Age 39. Died June 7, 1985. Burial by cremation. No services. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Tufts Funeral Home Loveland 683-2430 Christian Church, Kemper and Hanover Roads, Sunday at 4 P.M. Funeral service at the church Monday, June 10 at WKH I FUNERAL HOME 10:30 A.M. It desired, sympathy BY KEITH WHITE Gannett News Service COLUMBUS-Senate Republicans have not gone far enough to help school districts that are receiving less state aid now than four years ago, several Clncln- fiatl-area superintendents said Friday. Senate Republicans are pro-. posing all schools, regardless of local wealth, receive at least 6 and 7 Increases over the next two years, but no money be made available to replace what Is being lost to the gradual repeal of tangible personal property taxes mandated In 1983 by legislators. "From a kind of philosophical point of view, I wouldn't agree with either one of their actions," said Mount Healthy Superintendent Dean Horton. "The 6- and 7 Increases for school districts are not going to resolve their problems," said Princeton Superintendent Richard DeNoyer, one of the leaders in a coalition of school districts seeking Increased state help. "We need some help," said Reading Superintendent Jim Booth. "But we haven't been very encouraged by anything we've heard." That coalition of school districts wanted legislators to ensure that every school district next year would receive 25 more in state aid than lt received In 1981. Most of the 138 school districts in the coalition aren't getting as much state aid now as they did that year; state budget cutbacks in 1982-83 and changes in the formula reduced the amount of aid going to districts with relatively higher property tax bases. Princeton schools, for example, received more than $1.4 million in basic state aid in 1981, yet dropped to $850,000 In fiscal 1984. They received a slight Increase to $870,000 this past school year. "When you apply 6 to that $870,000 you can see you're talking about $52,000 and then the second year you would get another $63,000," said DeNoyer, for a total of $115,000 over the next two years. Six percent "would result In an amount that's less than 1 of our total school budget," said Wyoming Superintendent Gary Payne. "Frankly, I find that amount embarrassing considering the Senate Republicans' strong position that the funding of education was going to be a strong priority for them," he said. aei UKADiNt; rd may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the church. WITT, GOOD I KELSCH LEVENDUSKY Elizabeth (Betty) Miller (nee Schroth), beloved wife of James Levendusky, dear mother of Phillip and Cynthia Williams, Daniel, Lisa and Amy Miller, slstter of John Schroth, Mary Ann Cowan, Julie Carter and Peggy Walker, also survived by five grandchildren. Thursday, June 6, 1985. Mass of Christian Burial win be held at Christ the King Church, Mon 5314105 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS MIDDLETON Bettle L. (nee Bussel), beloved wife of Dale F. Mlddleton, devoted mother of Cynthia Mlddleton Caudill, dear sister of Harold Bussel of Columbus, Ohio, and Lowell Bussell, dear grandmother of Leslie Jo Ceo dm. June 6, 1985. Residence Mason, Ohio. Friends may caH Sunday from 5 until I P.M. at the H.G. Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Road, Mason, Ohio, with services Monday at 10 A.M. Interment Clay County, Ky. A.C. DOBBLING SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS BOLTON LUNSFORD Funeral Home (Opposite Town Had) 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 30 INMEMORIAM day, June 10, at 10 A.M. Friends may cad Geo. H. Rohde and Son Funeral Home, Sunday, from 5 to 9 P.M. 1.1. GILLIGAN SON 2926 Woodburn 2818311 BELOVED Memory of Range Dr FBP E-14C, Al Mg Se Zn 5a Thomas E. Moran, Jr.

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