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:MO Obituaries John A. Hesselbrock, 83 Past Hudepohl president participated in Rotary Club ! BY LINDA DONO REEVES j The Cincinnati Enquirer As past president of Hudepohl Brewing Co., John iA. Hesselbrock saw his company through many I changes. j Through acquisitions of brands, expansions of pianis, introduction ot a light beer and the 100-year anniversary of the brewery in 1985, Mr. Hesselbrock guided the company that his grandfather, Louis Hudepohl, began. Mr. Hesselbrock, 83, of Amberley Village died Thursday of an apparent heart attack. "He was a very dedicated businessman," said his daughter Mary Sies of Sycamore Township. "And he was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather," said his wife, Helen Conway Hesselbrock. "He was a very caring man." After working for several years at Cincinnati Supply Co., Mr. Hesselbrock began his career at Hudepohl in 1946 under the tutelage of his father, John O. Hesselbrock, who was then head of the company. He worked his way to secretary and general manager, became president in 1959 and later became chairman of the board. In 1981, he retired as Hudepohl's president and in 1985 retired from the chairmanship. 1 O Mr. Hesselbrock was a Cincinnati native, graduated from Xavi-er University and had lived in Amberley Village for 52 years. He was a member of the Rotary Club, participating in its fundraisers for crippled children. He also belonged to the Kenwood Country Club and the former Cincinnati Club. Other survivors include two other daughters. Jean H. Muen- Hesselbrock cnen of Bonita Springs, Fla., and Nancy Hesselbrock of Hyde Park; fwo sisters, Elizabeth Zins of Mount Washington and Mary Goldie of Hyde Park; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Visitation will be 4 to 7 p.m. today at Gilligan Funeral Home, 2926 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills. Mass of Christian burial will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Nativity of Our Lord Church, 5935 Pandora Ave., Pleasant Ridge. Burial will follow immediately at St. Joseph German Cemetery, Price Hill. Memorials may be sent to the Rotary Foundation of Cincinnati, 35 W. Fifth St., Cincinnati 45202 or Nativity of Our Lord Church, 5935 Pandora Ave., Cincinnati 45213. Rev. John A. Mueller BY ROBIN ERB iThe Cincinnati Enquirer The Rev. John A. Mueller, who had served in the Diocese of Covington for 46 years, died of cancer Thursday afternoon at Carmel Manor Nursing Home jin Fort Thomas. He was 70. ! Father Mueller often played golf, handball and bridge with parishioners. ; "He loved the competition and saw it as a way to communicate with his congregation and friends," said Father Robert Vader of Sacred Heart Church in Bellevue. 1 After his theological studies at St. Mary's of the ;West Seminary in Norwood, Father Mueller was -ordained Oct. 6, 1945, in Covington, j His first assignment was Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington. Other assignments included a chaplaincy at the Good Shepherd Home and the Carmel Manor Nursing Home. He was headmaster at Covington Latin School during the 1960s, and later was named pastor at St. Anthony Church in Taylor Mill. From there, he became pastor at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church in Lexington. After his 1988 retirement, Father Mueller lived at the Blessed Sacrament Church in Fort Mitchell. He is survived by a sister, Dorothy Hardcorn of Edgewood, Ky., and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. today at Blessed Sacrament Church, 2415 Dixie Highway, Ft. Mitchell, and 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, 1140 Madison Ave., Covington. Mass will follow at 11 a.m. Burial will be in St. John Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell. Memorials can be made to the Cathedral Basilica, Covington 41011, or to St. Anthony Church, Grand and Howard Avenue, Taylor Mill 41015. Rose Roche BY CHASE CLEMENTS JR. The Cincinnati Enquirer Rose Roche, who operated the Eastern Hills Stationery Store in Oakley for more than 30 years, died Thursday in Christ Hospital of complications from cancer. She was 82. j, Mrs. Roche's husband, Earl Roche, started the store on Allston Avenue. He died in 1961, and Mrs. Roche took over the business until she retired about 10 years ago, said her daughter, Mary Clare Purvis of Walton, Ky. She said her parents began the business by taking over a printing concern and shifted the emphasis to office supplies, stationery and greeting cards. Z- Mrs. Roche was a member of the Queen City Woman's Club, National Federation of Grandmothers, St. Ann's Sodality of St. Cecilia Church, the ladies' auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Jesuit Family Club. Other survivors are a daughter, Rosalind Adkins of Madison Place; brothers Pete Ferone of Deer Park, Dom Ferone of Jupiter, Fla., and Bill Ferone of Mount Washington; and a sister, Josephine Beck of Hyde Park. Mass of Christian burial will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. Cecilia Church, 3105 Madison Road. Visitation is 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Road. ' Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Parkway, Cincinnati 45225. Robert Arthur Bowman BY CHASE CLEMENTS JR. The Cincinnati Enquirer " Robert Arthur Bowman began his career in his family's clothing business, the H.A. Seinsheimer Co., parrying bolts of cloth. S After that start in 1960, he spent 23 years with the business, which was taken over by the Palm Beach Co. in 1976. The former Blue Ash resident retired as president of Palm Beach's Seinsheimer division in 1983 to pursue a second career in Florida real estate. Mr. Bowman, 54, died Wednesday in his Palm Beach, Fla., home after a three-year battle with brain cancer. The Seinsheimer Co.,-formerly located at 400 Pike Street, downtown, was founded in 1887 by his great-great uncle, Henry Seinsheimer. i "He did buying, advertising," said Mr. Bowman's wife, Emily. "He reached all dimensions of the business, and he was especially good as a salesman. He just did really well. He was a people person." Mr. Bowman was diagnosed with brain cancer about three years ago, his wife said, and outlived his doctors' expectations. "We sort of felt like he beat cancer, even though he passed away," she said. "He beat the odds." Mr. Bowman was active in Big Brothers of Cincinnati and took an Bowman active part in the Wyoming Corral Show, which benefited the teen canteen at Wyoming High School. Other survivors include his daughters, Barbara Tobias of Wyoming, Ohio, Nancy Mulvey of Blue Ash and Susan Bowman of Boston. Services will be 2:30 p.m. today at Valley Temple, 145 Springfield Pike, Wyoming. Visitation begins at 1:30 p.m. In brief Accidental gunshot injures teen '- A 16-year-old was accidentally wounded by a gunshot while playing with a cousin Saturday afternoon in a Reading home. t Reading police said Thomas Lyons was visiting an 11-year-old cousin at 1101 Jefferson Ave. about 1:40 p.m. Saturday when a .38-caliber handgun accidentally discharged. Lyons was wounded in the neck. The gun belonged to the 11-year-old's parents, whom police declined to identify. Lyons was in good condition Saturday night at University Hospital. Apartment building damaged by blaze Residents of 22 units in a West-wood apartment building were left homeless by a fire Saturday. District Two Chief Mike Kappa said firefighters arrived at 2570 Talbott Ave. about 7:20 p.m. Saturday to find a fire in the building's basement laundry room, i The fire was brought under control rapidly, but seven people had to be rescued as heavy smoke filled one wing of the 27-unit building. Five units were unoccupied, i One resident, Lillian Pugh, 38, was taken to University Hospital .for minor smoke inhalation. She was in good condition Saturday night at University Hospital. Damage is estimated at $30,000. Fairfield woman dies in accident A Fairfield woman died Saturday morning in a two-car accident on Ohio 32 at the crossing of Sardinia-Mowrystown Road. Jerald Hauke, 61, of Sardinia, pulled into the median of Ohio 32, a four-lane divided highway, from County Road 3Sardinia-Mowrys-town Road, failing to yield the right-of-way to Sandra Biddle, 42, who was eastbound on 32. Biddle was pronounced dead on arrival at Brown County General Hospital. Man is charged in 4 bank thefts Cincinnati police have arrested a 38-year-old man who they believe robbed up to eight banks in the Cincinnati area and at least one in Detroit. Altronic Carter, 38, address unknown, was arrested late Friday night on Northern Boulevard and charged with robbing the Ameri-trust branch at 6036 Hamilton Ave., College Hill; Fifth Third Bank, 5719 Madison Road, Madi-sonville; Huntington National Bank, 7800 Montgomery Rd, Kenwood; and Provident Bank, 5569 Kirby Road, Mount Airy. The four robberies took place from February to April this year. Carter also faces federal robbery charges and a warrant for escape in Detroit. Study: Air pollution risk is discounted Less than half of Americans polled in March think air pollution poses serious health risks, according to a poll that will be released Monday to punctuate the start of the American Lung Association's Clean Air Week. While 87 of those polled said air pollution was a serious problem, 38 said it posed a serious threat to health, according to the survey conducted by the Gallup Organization for the American Lung Association. Government records show 51 of Americans live in areas where they are exposed to unsafe levels of ozone air pollution, according to the American Lung Association of Southwestern Ohio. ARNN John O. On April 30, 1992. Be loved ion of Dome Rose Aran, beloved brother off James A. Aran, loving uncle off Christie and Ted Aran. Services win be held Tuesday, 9 30 A.M. from me tsoyian t-unerai Home, w Easton Ave., New Brunswick, followed by a 10 A M service at St. Michaels Chapel in Ptscata-way, NJ. Burial will foHow In Franklin Memorial Park, North Brunswick, NJ. Relatives and friends may cal Monday, 7-9 P.M. Sunday, May 3, 1992 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB-7 Death Notice BAILEY Ruth (nee Laake), beloved wife off John E. Bailey, devoted mother off Kathleen Carson, Sandra Potraffke, Cheryl Neat, jonn fc. jr. and Randv Bailey. grandmother of 1 1, great-grandmother of three, sister of Lillian Roessner, Charlotte Tone, Betty Morse, Franklin and Lewis Laake and the late Frances Rich and Aivin Laake. Friday, May 1, 1992. Residence Harrison, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford. Tuesday, May S, at 9:30 A.M. Visita tion Monday, 6-8 P.M. Memor,- als to Cancer Society. BARRETT Olivia-Leigh Jean, five days old, beloved daughter of Randal and r'orricia cjarreii, oear sister or Amber Nicole Barrett, granddaughter of Earl Jr. and Mary Jean Barrett and Lee and Jean Dennis, also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial service for the family to follow at a later date. BOWMAN Robert Arthur, 54 in Palm Beach, FL, beloved husband of Emily Chalfie Bowman, devoted father of Susan Lynn Bowman of Boston, MA, Dr. Barbara Tobias and Nancy Mulvey, loving grandfather of Benjamin Bowman Tobias and Ann Bowman Tobias. Services Valley emote, 145 ipnnotteia fk.. Sunday, May 3 at 2:30 P.M. Visitation begins at 1:30 P.M. BRANDENBURG Arthur David, Sr., husband of the late Betty Mae M. Bran denburg, beloved father of Mrs. Amos (Wanda) B. Warren, Arthur David Brandenburg, Jr., Gary Ray Brandenburg, Mrs. Billy ( Connie) Powell, Mrs. Dan (Betty) Dela-ney, Brenda Jones, dear brother of Moliie Burns and Larry Brandenburg, also survived by 1 1 grandcniiaren and tnree great-grandchildren. Thursday, April 30, 1992, at Lexington, KV. Friends may call at the Anderson, Baiter and Sahnd Funeral Home, 3412 Clifton Ave., Monday, from 4-8 P.M. Services Tuesday, May 5, at 1 P.M. BROWN Mary M. (nee Cain), beloved wife of Howard C. Brown, dear mother of Jerry L. Brown, Jan et Nadme PameH, E. Merle Brown and the late Louise Kid-well, also survived by eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, brother of Beuiah Foley, Odie Holt, Ber- ntce Chesser, Easter Ann Gil- lock, Joyce Foley, Anna Mae Phillips, Orene Fay Daniels, Eugene, Aaron Albert and James E. Brown. Saturday, May 2, 1992. Age 71. Resident of Goshen, OH. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Monday, from 5 until 8 P.M. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 A.M. at the funeral home. COLE Mrs. Bettye Jayne, devoted mother of Paul Cole and Paula ( Thomas ) Adams, beloved daughter of Mrs. Mamie Phelps, dear sister of Theodore Phelps, Jr., loving niece of Mrs. Alice Walker, dear stepmother of Larry, Charles and Dennis Cole, fond grandmother of Brandon and Michael Adams, other relatives and friends. April 30, 1992. Funeral services Tuesday at 1 P.M. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Woodlawn, with Rev. Henry w. Jones, of ti-ciatina. Entombment Ceme tery of Spring Grove. Friends may can from iz noon lues-dav. tH time of service. Ar rangements by HaH-Jordan Fu neral Momes. DUNHOFT Richard A beloved husband of Betty J. Dunhoft (nee McGeorge), loving father of Cynthia Fister, Sheryl Rose-meyer, and her husband Mark J. Rosemeyer, and the late Terry Dunhoft, dear grandfather of Todd and Sarah Fister, Angela and Christina Rosemey er, proTner or r-ranit ana toward Dunhoft, Ethyl Schoenig and the late Harold Dunhoft. Friday, May 1, 1992. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 10:30 A.M. at St. Jude Catholic Church. Visitation Sunday 6 to 9 P.M. at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudi-not Ave and Queen City. If so desired, memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. HANCOCK Stephen Mark, beloved son of Mark Stephen and Margaret Ann (nee Bene) Hancock, brother of Miss Amy Catherine Hancock, step-son of Mrs. Megan McCann, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ray (Bonnie) Bene and great-grandson of Mr. John Meconio. At his residence, Atlanta, GA, Friday, May 1, 1992. Formerly of Newport, KY. Age IS years. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. Tuesday, May 5, 1992, St. Stephen Church, Newport, KV. Interment St. Stephen Cemetery, Ft. Thomas, KY. No visitation. Allison and Rose Funeral Home, inc., serving the family. Memorials to C.U.R.E., P.O. Box 98227, Atlanta, GA. 30359. HARRIS Jessie L., beloved wife of WiHie E. Harris, Sr., devoted mother of WiHiam E. Harris, II, Sylvia Turner of Atlanta, GA., Billfe White of Tucker, GA., grandmother of five, great -grandmother of one, also survived by two brothers, Willie J. Thomas and John Thomas, a host of other relatives and friends. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Friends may call Monday, May 4, from 6 P.M. until time of services at 7 P.M. at Greater Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, 505 E. Liberty, Min. Herbert Mabry, officiating. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery, Tuesday, May 5. Jamison and Jamison in charge of arrangements. Death Notice DRIER Norman G. beloved husband of Vera Diooer Drier (devoted fa ther of WiHiam E. Drier of Miami FL, brother of the late Freda, Marie, Anna, Paul and Herbert Drier, grandfather of David and Dinah Drier. Friday, May 1, 1992, in his 87th year. Resident of Brook wood Retirement Center. Formerly of Shawnee Run Road, Madeira. Friends may caH at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 1 1365 Springfield Pike, Springdale, Tuesday, May 5, from 10 A.M. until service time at 11 A.M. H desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the Shrmers Burns institute. HESSELBROCK John A., beloved husband of Helen Hesselbrock (nee Conway ), dear father of Jean M. ftAuencnen ot Borma springs. Florida, Nancy Hesselbrock ana Mary ses ot Cincinnati, dear brother of Elizabeth Zins and Mary Gotdie, also survived by four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Friends may cal at the Gilligan Funeral Home, 2926 Woodburn Avenue, Sunday 4 to 7 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial Monday at the Church of the Nativity at 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to the Rotary Foundation Fund, 35 West 5th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 or the Church of the Nativity. HORN Elizabeth R. "Betty" (nee Reed), beloved wife of the late Tommy Russell Horn, dear mother of Russell Reed Horn, dear sister of R. C. Reed, Jr., Nte-long friend of Ruby Reed, grandmother of three. April 30, 1992. Age 66. Resident of Florence, KY. Services wiN be held Monday evening. May 4, at 8 P.M. at Linnemann Funeral Home, Burlington, KY. Visitation Monday, 4-8 P.M. Memorial contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southwest Ohio and Northern KY Chapters, 4201 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, OH. 45229. ITTIG Thomas, beloved husband of the late Agnes Ittig. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Dear brother of Edna Stordeur and George It-tig, dear friend of Eileen Sweeney. Visitation Sunday, 5-7, at GiHigan Siefke Funeral Home, 3671 Warsaw Ave. Funeral Mass Monday, 11 A.M. at Holy Family Church, 814 Hawthorne Ave., Price Hill. KARWISCH Bernard J., beloved husband of Angeline Karwfsch (nee Fisher), loving father of Henry A., Margaret B., Bernard F., Paul R., and Joan C. Karwisch and Arlene M. Jones, grandfather of 1 1, great-grandfather of five, brother of the late Aloise, Paul and Margaret Karwisch, brother-in-law of Dorothy Karwisch. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Age 90. Friends may call at Rebold Funeral Home, 3700 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Sunday, 4-7 P.M. Funeral Mass, Monday, 11 A.M., St. Martin Church. Member of St. Martin Society and Cheviot Senior Citizens. Memorials if so desired, may be directed to the MARCI Fund at St. Martin Church or the Amer-ican Heart Association. KING Geneda M. "Dixie" (nee Ab-ney), beloved wife of irvin E. King, devoted mother of Cheryl Stamper, Dennis, Earl and Jeffrey King, sister of George Ab-ney and Lucille Burchett, grandmother of Christopher Stamper, Sarah, Chelsey and Brian King. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Resident of Sharonville. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 11365 Springfield Pk., Springdale, Sunday 4-7 P.M. Services Monday, May 4 at 1:30 P.M. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the Cerebral Palsy Service Center, J601 Victory Pkwy., 45Z0. LANE Lillian T. (Axtman), beloved wife of the late Edmund J. Lane, Sr., devoted mother of Edmund Lane, Jr., Marcia Henry, Thomas Lane, Barbara Glassmeyer, Robert Lane, Richard Lane and Theresa (Tesi) Haas, grandmother of 16, great-grandmotner ot ttve. dear sister of Jane Meyer and Betty Howard. Formerly of Oakley and Kenwood Silverton areas. May 2, 1992. Funeral service Saturday, May 9, 9:30 a.m. at the Gate ot Heaven Cemetery Chapel, 11000 Mont gomery Road. Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, serving ine family. LUDWIG Charles W., beloved husband of the late Stella Ludwig, (nee Classen), dear father of Robert C. and Jerome E. Ludwig, also survived by eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, dear brother of Lawrence Ludwig, preceded in death by one brother and five sisters. Saturday, May 2, 1992. Age 83 years. Visitation Tuesday, May 5, from 8:30 until 9:30 A.M. at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood, followed by Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. at St. Martins Church, Cheviot. Burial Bridgetown Cemetery. Memorials to the charity of one's choice. MATTEI Valentino C, beloved husband of the late Hazel Mattei (nee Behringer), devoted father of Mrs. Edward (Jeannine) Boss-man, Judith Hein, Valentino E. and the late Gerald A. Mattei, dear brother of Nellie Raf enelli, Loretta Nardi, the late Ida Tog-nocchio and Arthur Mattei, also survived by 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friday, May 1, 1992, age 91 years. Funeral from the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Monday, May 4 at 10 A.M. Friends may call Sunday from 4-8 P.M. If so desired memorials may be made to the Shriners Burns In-stitute, 202 Goodman St., 45219. MORRISON Jane L., dear friend of Betty Schaudig, Sherry Verne, Kumi Schaudig, Howard Fevr ier, and Jim Cooley. Thursday April 30, 1992. No visitation. Funeral services at the Gilligan Funeral Home, Montgomery and Gal-braith, Monday at 3 P.M. Memorials may be made to MADD. Death Notice MOORE Porter. Of Midland. Visitation Sunday, 6-9 P.M. Hannah-Tufts Schildmeyer, Bianchester. Services 1 P.M. Monday, Fui Gospel Christian Assembly. OVERBERG Donald H beloved husband of Barbara A. Over berg (nee moss), oear tarner ot Steven, Mark, Donald M., Nancy and Cathy Overberg, brother of the late Herbert Overberg, devoted grandfather of Benjamin Donald, Michael, Marie and Thomas Overberg. Suddenly, Thursday, AprH 30, 1992. Age bv Resident ot Reading. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady off the Sacred Heart Church, Monday at 9:30 A.M. Visitation at Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd., Read ing, Sunday from -t r.M. me morials may be made to the American Heart Association. PATTON MMe. Funeral services, Tuesday, 7 P.M., Beuiah Baptist Church. Visitation 6 P.M. at the church. Arrangements by HaH Jordan Funeral Home. RAY Daymon P., loving father off Margie A. Hicks, Gwendolyn E. Ray and Ronnie Marshall, dear brother-in-law of Maggie Ray, beloved grandfather of Angela Kelley, Gregory and Eddie Ray, also survived by 1 1 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, other rela tives and friends. April 29, 1992 at age 72. Funeral service Tuesday, 7 P.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. Rev. Fred Shuttelsworth, officiating. Friends may call 6 P.M. until time of service. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. RICHARDSON Adelaide A., beloved daughter of the late John W. and Jessie Richardson, survived by a cousin, Mary Alta Richardson, other cousins and many friends. Saturday, May 2, 1992. Memorial service at the Hyde Park Bethlehem United Methodist Church, Hyde Park Ave. and Madison Rd., Monday at 7:30 P.M. Memorials may be directed to the church. EkJen A. Good Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. RIESER John, beloved husband of the late Ruth M. Rieser. Thursday, April 23, 1992. In Geneva, NY. Age 80 years. Memorial services were held In Geneva. Private entombment at the Spring Grove Memorial Mausoleum. Memorials may be directed to the Camp Whitman Fund of the Presbyterian Church, Park Place, Geneva, NY, 14456. ROCHE Rose R. (nee Ferone), beloved wife of the late Earl S. Roche, devoted mother of Mary Clare Purvis, Rosalind Adkins, and the late Patricia Ann Gunkel, grandmother of 13, great-grandmother of 17, dear sister of Pete, Dom and Bill Ferone, Josephine Beck and the late Frank, Jack Ferone and Sylvia Oberschlake. April 30, 1992. Resident of Oakley. Age 82 years. Former proprietor of Eastern Hills Stationery. Visitation at the Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Road at Oakley Square, Sunday 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 10 A.M. at St. Cecilia Church. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. ROSE Walter. 86. Calling Sunday, 5-7 P.M. Bovards, Versailles, IN. Service Monday, 10:30 A.M. STALKER June E. (nee Gassman), beloved wife of the late Ben "Buck" Stalker, dear mother of Ben Christopher Stalker III and Mary Beth McCracken, beloved grandmother of Rachael McCracken, dear mother-in-law of Barbara Stalker, dear sister of Patricia Holmes of ConnersviHe, IN, Winifred Meyer of Brookville, IN and William Gassman of Sarasota, FL. She was born August 3, 1928 and died AprH 27, 1992 in her 63rd year. Her body was donated to U.C. Medical Center. There will be no services. Memorial donations to Hospice of Cincinnati, 27 10 Reading Rd., 45206. THOERNER B. Anthony (Tony), devoted husband of Marorie Gillespie Thoerner, devoted father of Gregory, Brian and Steven Thoerner, dear brother of C. Paul Thoerner, beloved grandfather of Amy Rider, Bret, Robin and Casey Thoerner. Friday, May 1, 1992. Age 62 years. Resident of Taylor Mill, KY. Mass of the Christian Burial, 11 A.M. Monday in St. Patricks Church, Independence, KY. Visitation 5-8 P.M. Sunday In Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Erlang-er. Family requests memorials to St. Patricks Church or Oncology Dept., St. Elizabeth South Medical Center, Edgewood, KY. ULLMANN Carl L. Sr., beloved husband of the late Ardell E. Ullmann (nee Weishaupt), devoted father of the late Carl L. Ullmann Jr., dear brother of the late Edwin and Arthur Ullmann and Clara Fredericks, dear father-in-law of Barbara L. UHmann, dear grandfather of Linda Salamone and Sandra L. Ullmann, greatgrandfather of Matthew Carl Salamone. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Age 89 years. Memorial service Monday, 1 P.M. at Westwood First Presbyterian Church, 3011 Harrison Avenue. Mr. Ullmann retired December 28, 1985 as a controller for Saal-feld Paper Co., where he was employed for over 40 years. He was associated with Brentwood Savings Assoc. for over 50 years, serving his final years as Chairman of the Board. He also served as Deacon, Trustee and Elder for Westwood First Presbyterian Church. Member of Cheviot Lodge 140 F.& A.M., Scottish Rite and Western Hills Optimist Club. He was a world-wide traveler and his slides and commentaries were enjoyed by many. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Westwood First Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home serving the family. (Funerals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME ARNN, John D. . May 05 Boyian (New Brunswick, NJ) BAILEY, Ruth BARRETT, Olivia-le.qh J. 9:30 A.M. May 05 Evans BOWMAN, Robert Arthur BRANDENBURG, Arthur 0 Sr 2 30 P.M. -May 03 Weil (Volley Temple) May 05 Anderson, Baiter & Sahnd BROWN, MoryM. 11:00 A.M. May 05 Hodapp COLE, Mrs. Bettye Joyne 1:00 P.M. May 05 Holl-Jordon DRIER, Norman G. 1 1:00 A.M. May 05 Vorhis DUNHOFT, Richard A. 10:30A.M. May 04 Dalbert & Woodruff HAMCOTK Stephen Mark HARRIS, Jessie t. 10 00 AM. May 05 Allison & Rose, Inc. HESSELBROCK, John A. 7:00 P.M. May 04 Jamison and Jamison HORN, Elizabeth R. (Betty) 10:30 A.M. May 04 Gilligan ITTIG, Thomas Linnemann (Burlington) KARWISCH, Bernard J. II :00 A.M. May 04 Gilligan-Siefke 11;00A.M. May 04 Rebold KING, Geneda M. "Dixie" LANE, Lillian T. 1:30P M. May 04 Vorhis 9:30 A.M. May 09 Witt, Good & Kelsch LUDWIG, Charles W. 10:00 A.M. May 05 Neidhard-Minges MATTEI, Valentino C. 10:00A.M. May 04 Gump-Holt MOORE, Porter 1:00 P.M. May 04 Hannah-Tufts Schild- meyer MORRISON, Jane L. 3:00 P.M. May 04 Gilligan OVERBERG, Donald H. 9;30A.M. May 04 Schmidt-Dhonou PATTON, Millie RAY, Daymon P. 7:00 P.M. May 05 Hall-Jordan RICHARDSON, Adelaide A. 7:00 P.M. May 05 Holl-Jordan 7:30 P.M. May 04 Elden A. Good RIESER, John Presbyterian ChurchlGenevg NY) ROCHE, Rose R. ROSE, Walter 10:00 A.M. May 04 Witt, Good & Kelsch 10:30 A.M. May 04 Bovord (Versailles, IN) SCHEID.VictorineJ. 10:00A.M. May 06 Vitt & Stermer STALKER, JuneE. Neidhard-Minges THOERNER, B. Anthony 11:00 A.M. May 04 Ronald B. Jones (Ludlow, KY) ULLMANN, Carl I. Sr. 1:00 P.M. May 04 Dolbert & Woodruff ULM, Lenoro Ruth )0:30A.M. May 05 Paul R. Young WALDECK, Marty J. 10:00A.M. May04 Neidhard-Minges WARE, Charles F., Sr. 10:00A.M. Moy06 T. P. White & Sons WHEELER, David C. Sr. 10:00 A.M. May 05 Chas. A. Miller Sons ZAHNER, Barbara A. 10:30 A.M. May 05 Hodapp Death Notice SCHEID Victorine J. (nee Oft), beloved wife of the late Clarence G. Scheid, loving mother of Vicki AA. Scheid and four granddaughters. Saturday, May 2, 1992, Louisville, KY. Formerly of Cincinnati. Friends may caH at the Vitt, Stermer and Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Tuesday, 4-9 P.M. Funeral Mass Wednesday, May 6, St. Dominic Church, 10 A.M. ULM Lenora Ruth, dear mother of Grace Uim Lavrich of Cincinnati and Eugene C. Ulm of Memphis, dear grandmother of Sandra Rice and David Ulm of Memphis, Diana Goodhart Lancaster of Seattle, John Lavrich of St. Louis and Larry Lavrich of Socorro, NM, sister of Mrs. Peart Arnold of Fairfield, Ohio, great-grandmother of eight grandchildren. May 2, 1992. Resident of Twin Towers of Cincinnati. Funeral service at Twin Towers Chapel, Tuesday, May 5, 1992, 10:30 A.M. Friends may call at the chapel from 9:30 A.M. until the time of service. Member of Bethlehem United Methodist Church. It desired, remembrances may be sent to Twin Towers. Paul R. Young Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy, in charge of arrangements. WALDECK Marty j., beloved husband of Edith (nee Hennessey) Wal-deck, dear father of Christopher Waldeck, Cecilia Waldeck of Washington, DC Lisa Russell, David Waldeck of Pittsburg, PA, Marty Waldeck, Charlotte Keller and Paul Waldeck, also survived by 11 grandchildren, dear brother of Elizabeth Loescher and the late Mike Waldeck. Thursday, April 30, 1992. Age 70 years. Visitation Sunday, May 3, from 2-5 P.M. at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Mass of Christian Burial, Monday, 10 A.M. at Sacred Heart Church, Camp Washington. Burial St. Mary's Cemetery. Member of Amvets Post 41- Memorial donations to St. Aloysius Orphanage, 4710 Reading Rd. WHEELER David C. Sr., beloved husband of Carol Hummer Wheeler, dear father of David C. Jr., Michael L., Douglas A. Sr. and Matthew K. Wheeler, devoted father-in-law of Christie D. and Susie Wheeler, loving grandfather of Michael Jacob and Douglas Wheeler Jr., dear son of Luther and Ruth Wheeler, devoted brother of Ruby Graves, Roseanne Keel, Susan Glassmeyer, Carl, Harry, Roger, Danny and Ronny Wheeler, "adopted Dad" and dear friend of David Cooper, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friday, May 1, 1992, age 57 years. Longtime resident of Forest Park. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Know It on St., Northside, Monday 5-8 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday at 10 A.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to the Forest Park Baseball Association,. 1201 W. Kemper Rd., 45240. Death Notice WARE Charles F Sr., devoted father of Charles H and Martin Ware, Kristina Brlnkerhoff and Jennifer Schacherbauer, also survived by ten grandchildren, two brothers and one sister. May 1, 1992. Residence Cherry Grove. Services at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, on Wednesday May 6, at 10 A.M. Friends may call at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave.,. Mt. Washington on Tuesday, 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. ZAHNER Barbara A., beloved sister of Betty A. Zahner, Ann Peel, Catherine Moran, Ethel May McDermott, Barbara Wurmlln-ger of Southgate, Ml. and the late Carl and Peter Zahner, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Saturday, May 2, 1992. Age 69 years. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Monday, 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Church of the Annunciation, Clifton, Tuesday, 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Assn. (((World war I Vet World War H Vet Korean veteran "Vietnam Veteran ""Armed Forces Persian Gulf Monuments 10 STONECRAFT 921446 ffxrl 921-5690 Granite vsr Bronze MARKERS STARTING AT SINGLES DOUBLES $250. $380. Service to all Cemeteries A nnouncements 20 BOLTON LUNSFORD A Golden Rule Funeral Home 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 A.C. DOBBLING & SON Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton mm ion jg2J5ffiJJaiiB THOMAS State cuts could mean 1,000 OSU jobs THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS, Ohio More than 1,000 jobs at Ohio State University would be eliminated if the state further reduces financial support, a university official says. The job loss would hamper academic programs and student services and hurt local and state economies, William Shkurti, vice president for finance, said Friday. The reductions would be done through attrition and layoffs. State officials may trim 15 from the projected budget for higher education for fiscal 1993. OSU would lose about $42 million, Shkurti told the university's board of trustees. "We will protect the academic core the best we can, but I don't think there should be any illusions that what the state does will not be without a price to the university, its mission and the economy of the state of Ohio," he said. OSU is the second-largest employer in central Ohio, Shkurti said. Its nearly 30,000 employees pay $28 million annually in state and local income taxes. "If 1,000 positions are eliminated, that means 1,000 less people paying taxes, 1,000 less people shopping in area stores and 1,000 less people looking for better apartments and homes," Shkurti said. He said some of the positions that would be eliminated were va cant. However, an undetermined number of layoffs still would be required for such a large job reduction, Shkurti said. Trustee Leslie Wexner said the university should tell central Ohio residents about the economic impact of the cuts. "There would be dancing in the streets if an employer came to this city saying he was going to create 1,000 jobs like the ones we are talking about eliminating," Wexner said. "I don't think the mayor or the legislators of central Ohio realize the impact the loss of 1,000 jobs will have." OSU cut 365 positions last year because of budget cuts.

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