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Saturday, November 22, 1986 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroC-7 5 Oeatk Notice 5 Oeatk Notice THOMSON Obituaries Jofin Watson, husband of the late Evelyn Thomson, de AHLRICHS For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice voted father of Rev. John Thomson, dear brother of Mrs. Mary A. (nee Hoffman), beloved wife of the late William Ahtrichs, devoted mnthpr nf Robert (Janet) Berry, Chevy Chase, dear grandfather Mary Catherine Hickev. 5 Deatk Notices DENNY Effie A.

nee Dick), beloved wife of Dewey H. Denny, devoted mother of Mrs. Donald (Zella) Long, Hobert E. and Homer C. Denny, grandmother of nine grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild, dear sister of Robert and Roy Dick, Mrs Lola Floyd and Mrs.

Ottie Lovell Died Thursday, November 20, 1986. Residence Mt. Healthy. Funeral service, Tri-County Baptist Church, 1391 E. Crescentville Springdale, Monday, 2 P.M.

Friends may call at the Church from 1 P.M. until time of service. Paul R. Young Funeral Jeanne Craig, Rita Aufderbeck, James W. Ahlrirht Buth Knn.

George Long, farmer, dies at 105 Man had worked land on edge of Darrtown since 1929 of Linda Fleming.Plano, TX Nancy Thomson, Chatham, J. 1 and David Thomson, Cincinnati, OH. Tuesday, November 18, penhoefer, Ann Behne, David and Gary AfHrlchs, lovino moth- 1984, Clifton. A memorial ser In-law of John Hickey, War- 1 Craia. DonAld Patricia Ahtrirht Thnm Vnn.

George E. Long, a farmer in trip penhoefer, James Behne and aniney Amrichs, dear sister of Christine Schlenslnger, Cornelia Hahn, Frieda Hoffman, Ann Spencer and Helen Hoffmann, vice will be Sunday, November 23, 1986, 4 P.M., Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3445 Clifton Ave. The family wiH receive friends in the church par- lor after the service. Memorials may be made to the Immanuel Presbyterian -Church, 3445 Clifton 45220 1 or Llanfair Retirement Com- 1 munity-Life Care Fund, 1701 the late ueorge, Fred and Law I. rence Hoffman, also survived Home, J45 Hamilton Mt.

Healthy, in charge of arrangements. If desired, Bibles may be purchased and placed in her by 34 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Friday, wovemper iysa. Age 87. visitation Monday from 4 fo 6:30 honor through contributions to Gideon Memorial Bible Plan.

at thlt Hnrrv Msuw nA Llanfair 45224. A memorial service wiH also be held in Hack en sack, J. at a later date Arrangements by Anderson, Baiter and Sahnd Funeral Home, Clifton. 1 Until Mr. Long went into the nursing home about six months ago, he often visited the Hickory Hut Restaurant in Hamilton.

"He ate there two or three times a week, maybe four," Hansel said. "He liked the food, and the man that ran it lives in Darrtown, Wayne Morgan." Morgan said Mr. Long "was a good friend." Survivors include five children, Glenn of Centerville, Alice Pierson, with whom he previously made his home in Darrtown, Marie Jasbring Collinsville, Erma Forde, Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 Rome, and Ruth Heinichen, Cincinnati; a sister, Florence Bothe, 96, Wilmington, six grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Darrtown United Methodist Church.

Burial will be at Darrtown Cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday and one hour before the service Monday at Marshall-Smith Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Darrtown United Methodist Church. south edge of the Darrtown area since 1929, died Friday at the age of 105 at Woodland Manor Nursing Home.

"He used to drive me to school on the school bus," Warren Hansel, 65, another Darrtown farmer, said. "Just about anything you say about him has to be good," Hansel said. "He had a good sense of humor, and very seldom got mad. He was just a jolly person, a good citizen of the community, and a good Methodist." DERRINGER Glenway Ave. (Opposite the Covedale Cinema).

Mass of Christian Burial. Oir I xrtu nt Sally Glazier, beloved wife of Lourdes Church, Monday even tne late Howard Derringer, dear mother of William H. Der-rinoer and Sallv Ann rwhor TIEMAN ing at 7 P.M. Member of St. grandmother of Tracy and Da- Mary's Ladies Sodality and St.

Alovsius Orohanaae Liirfiei Auxiliary. If desired, remembrances may be made to the vio Darner, betn and Amy Derringer, sister of A.J. Glazier of Iowa City, IA. and the late Catherine Comisar, William Glazier KODert w. f-ranks parent Group, 5884 Brldaetown below.

FUNKRAL NAMK TIME DATE HOME AHLRICHS. Mory A. 7:00 P.M. Nov. 24 Harry M-yer 6e.ier BECKER, William 10:00 A.M.

Nov. 24 Rowlw tngood, PL.) BECKUM, Eva Moe 1 1 :00 A.M. Nov. 24 Neidhard BERNING, Pronli Sr. 1 0:00 A.M.

Nov. 24 Nurre Bros. BIDDLE, Noro 2:00 P.M. Nov. 24 ioclmon.Kerchevol BIGGS, Dorothy I.

1 1:00 A.M. Nov. 24 Neidriord-Mmqei BRUEGGEMAN, Ruth L. 10:00 A.M. Nov.

24 Thomas Memorial DENNY, Eflie A. 2:00 P.M. Nov. 24 Paul R. Young DERRINGER, Solly Glotier 10:10 A.M.

Nov. 24 Geo. Rohde a Sot, PREDE, lohn C. 10:00 A.M. Nov.

24 T.P. White i Soni HULL. Henry Homer 1 :00 P.M. Nov. 24 T.P.

Whrte Sow KNIGGA, Bertho 1:00 P.M. Nov. 23 Bovord's (Veno.fa, IN.) LAHODNEY.Copt. William 1. St.

jomes City, PL LePERE, Loretto M. 10:00 A.M. Nov. 24 Choi. A.

Miller Sons LOUDERMILK, Noro 2:00 P.M, Nov. 24 Evon; (Milford. OH.) MARTIN, Adam Joseph 10:30 A.M. Nov. 25 T.P.

White Sons MELCHER. Norma L. 2:00 P.M. Nov. 24 Bomber MURPHY, Raymond C.

10:00 A.M. Nov. 24 T.P. White Sons NELSON, Ellen 1 1:30 A.M. Nov.

24 Dobbling O'REGAN, Marianne 1 1:00 A.M. Nov. 22 Gilligan PQWDRELL. George A. 10:00 A.M.

Nov. 24 Gump.Holt PRICE, David Michael 10:00 A.M. Nov. 24 Dobbling RAPHAEL, George 10:30 A.M. Nov, 24 Rodel RAWSON, Delphine 11:00 A.M.

Nov. 26 Schoeter i Busby SCHMIDT, MoryC. 10:00 A.M. Nov. 24 Nurre Bros.

SEUBERT, Pearl Kect 10:30 A.M. Nov. 22 Stanley High SPRAU, Milton K. Crover-Hoolom SWEENEY, Joseph R. 10:00 A.M.

Nov. 24 Thomas THOMSON, John Watson, )r. 4:00 P.M. Nov. 23 Anderson, Baiter i Sahnd TIEMAN, Dorothy 10:00 A.M.

Nov. 24 Dobbling WAGNER, Gertrude E. 10:30 A.M. Nov. 24 Bolton I Lunslord WOLP, Louis E.

E.C. Nurre Due notice) ZIRKELBACH, Prances P. 11:00 A.M. Nov. 24 Frederict 4S248.

and Pat Runyon. Thursday, November 21, 1986. Services will be held at Knox Presbyterian Church, Hyde Park, Monday, November 24 at 10:30 A.M. Dorothy (nee Parrott), beloved 4 wife of the late Bower Tieman, devoted mother of Lois Schnei- der, Robert, William and Roger Tieman, also surviving are 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Thursday, November 20, 1986.

Residence Ft. Thomas, KY. Age 83 years. Funeral services, 10 A.M. Mon- day, Dobbling Funeral Home, 4 Ft.

Thomas. Visitation Sunday 5 until 8 P.M. Memorials are requested to the First Baptist Church of Dayton, KY. or Christ United Church of Christ, Ft. Thomas, KY.

Friends may call at George H. Rohde and Son Funeral Home, Linwood and Delta Avenues, Mt. Lookout, Sunday from 4 until 7 P.M. If desired, contributions may be made to Knox Presbyterian Church or the American Cancer Society. BECKER William beloved husband of Lorraine Becker, two daughters; Carol Becker of Cincinnati and Candy Sheradln of Waterloo, N.Y., one brother; Raymond Becker of Seneca FaHs, N.Y.

and six grandchildren. Tuesday, November 1986. Age 68. Residence Gardens of FREDE Gulf Cove, Port Charlotte, FL. Friends will be received at the Rawles Funeral Home, Engle- John beloved husband of Norma A.

Frede (nee Kohl), devoted father of Paula, Joseph and Thomas Frede, dear son of Cecelia and the late Lawrence Frede, brother of WAGNER Gertrude beloved wife of the late Charles J. Wagner, devoted mother of Ruth dear aunt of Marjorie Nessel Hopf. Thursday, November 20, 1986. Memorial services at 10:30 A.M., Monday at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave. Memorials may be made to the charity or organization of your choice.

Lawrence, Arthur and Paul Frede and Cecilia Lemming, wood, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., Sunday, November 23. Masonic services will be held at 7 P.M. Sunday evening at the funeral home. Funeral services will be held at 10 A.M. Monday, November 24.

Interment, Gulf Pines Memorial Park. Member of the Hoffner Masonic Lodge 253, Cincinnati, the Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati, OH. and the Syrian Shrine. A retired deputy sheriff in Otawa County, OH. November 20, 1986.

Age 53 years. Residence Anderson Township. Mass of Christian Burial, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Monday, No vember 24 at 10 A.M. Friends may call, P. White and Sons wolf Louis E.

of Batavia. Due notice of funeral. E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia, serving the family. Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Mt.

Washington, Sunday from 6 to P.M. Memorials I may be made to the American ZIRKELBACH 5 Deatk Notices Cancer Society. 5 Dettk Notices Frances F. (nee Weismiller), beloved wife of Sylvester G. BECKUM Eva Mae (nee Woodruff), beloved wife of the late James 0.

HULL RAPHAEL George, loving brother of Al Beckum, devoted mother of Henry Homer, beloved husband James and Leroy Beckum and of Janet E. Hull (nee Newton), Wilma Miller. Also survived by Viola Huber Tarsia Viola Huber Tarsia of Woodstock, N.Y., and formerly of Fort Thomas, died Nov. 15 in Benedictine Hospital, in Kingston, N.Y. She was 81.

Mrs. Tarsia attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on a full voice scholarship and was graduated from the conservatory's college of music. She was a soloist for the Cincinnati Conservatory Opera Company. Appearing extensively in concert, Mrs. Tarsia also taught voice and sight singing at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.

During her singing career, she was involved in music research. Survivors include her husband, Charles J. Tarsia; and a brother, Steve Huber, of Fort Thomas. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Dr.

Thomas Heavern Dr. Thomas L. Heavern, 53, a pediatrician from Cold Spring, died Thursday at his home. The victim of a debilitating auto accident in 1954, Dr. Heavern fought back against paralysis and almost impossible odds for survival to finish medical school and begin a distinguished medical career.

"He snapped back," said his wife, Pat Johnson Heavern. He saw patients in his Highland Heights office in a wheelchair up until about a year ago. In 1984, Dr. Heavern won the Distinguished Service Award of the Kentucky Medical Association. "He was a most extraordinary person," said Campbell County Coroner Dr.

Fred Stine, with whom Dr. Heavern practiced. "Nothing was too great for him. Of course, he was a paraplegic for 32 years. When we used to make house calls he would drive right into the garage and see patients there in the car.

"He was never down. He was a fighter. He'd keep going," Stine said. Dr. Heavern was a member of the staff of St.

Luke Hospital in Fort Thomas. He also was a member of the Kentucky Medical Association and the American Medical Association. He attended St. Joseph Church in Cold Spring. dear stepfather of David A.

seven grandchildren and seven and James A. King and Donna great-grandchildren; sister of J. Marsh, brother ot Margaret I I Julia Forkner and Joseph Fredrick. Friday, November 21, Smalley and Kathleen Hull of Lucasvllle, also survived by nine step-grandchildren. No MELCHER Norma sister of the late Dorothy L.

and Walter C. Melcher, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Melcher. Friday, November 21, 1986.

Residence Scarlet Oaks Retirement Community. Services Spring Grove Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel, Monday, November 24 at 2 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Salem United Church of Christ, 1425 Sycamore the Deaconness Hospital, or the charity of your choice. Bamber Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Zirkelbach, devoted mother of Julia Mae Greene, Marylin Sin-inger, Mary Lou Smith, Fr.

Ivo, O.F Richard and Albert Zir-kelbach, also survived by 25 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, Friday, November 21, 1986. Visitation at the Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin, Monday from 9 to 10:30 A M. followed by Mass of Christian Burial at St. James Church, White Oak at 11 A.M.

Memorials may be made to the Franciscan Missions, 1617 Vine Cincinnati, 452 10. 1986. Residence Covedale. Age vember 21, 1986, Residence Ah' derson Twp. Funeral service at berta, Joseph and Anthony Raphael, loving uncle to Mary Ann, Joseph, Thomas, Rosemary, Susan, Anna and Gloria.

Suddenly, November 20, 1986. Of Price Hill. Age 71 years. Funeral from the John J. Radel Company Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Monday, November 24 at 10 A M.

Mass of Christian Burial, St. Anthony of Padua Church, 10:30 A.M. Friends may call Sunday from 4 until 8 P.M, at the funeral home. If so desired, memorials may be made to St. Anthony of Padua Church or St.

Francis-St. George Hospital. 83 years. Funeral services at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Mt. Healthy, Monday, November 24 T.P.

White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave. at 11 A.M. Friends may call Mt. Washington, Monday, November 24 at 1 P.M. Friends Sunday evening, 6 to 8 P.M.

may caH Sunday 4 to 7 P.M. Family prefers memorials to Salem United Methodist Church Building Fund. BERNING Frank beloved husband of the late Jean Kroger Bern- HWorld War I Vel World War II Vet Korean Veteran 'Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces A Spanish-Amer. War Vet. KNIGGA ing, dear tamer ot Frank j.

Bertha, survived by her hus RAWSON Delphine, daughter of the late Elizabeth Rogers and Edward S. Rawson, leaves several cousins. Thursday, November 20, Berning, Jr. (Jim) of Pell City, grandfather of Linda MURPHY Raymond husband of the late Thelma M. Murphy (nee Doll), devoted father of Carol Peacock, Pamela Koszo, Geor-ganna Sedam, Alfred and Ronald Murphy, brother of Mabel Tull, Margaret Smith, Jeanette Hoitke, Sue Mae Payne, Mary Pfau, William, John and Ross Murphy and the late Mildred Smith, Laura Arthon and Evelyn Murphy.

Also survived by band; Charles, one son; Dilver of Osgood, one daughter; Es Moore, Vickie and James Bern ther ot cross Plains, visitation ing, brother of Joseph Berning, 1986. Residence Maple Knoll 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS Saturday 6 to 8 P.M., Bovard's, Indianapolis. Friday, November Village. Funeral services at Versailles. Funeral service 1 21, 1986.

Age 89 years. Friends Christ Church Chapel, 4th and P.M. Sunday, St. Paul Lutheran may call at the Nurre Bros. Church, Olean.

Sycamore Tuesday, November 25 at 11 A.M. Arrange Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Pleasant Ridge, Sun ments by Schaefer and Busby. Death Notices 13 grandchildren. November 20, 1986. Residence Cherry Grove.

day 2 to 4 p.m. Mass ot Chris LAHODNEY tlan Burial, Church of the Nativity, Monday, 10 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Ceme Mass of Christian Burial, St. Thomas More Church, With-amsville, OH, Monday, Novem tery. ber 24 at 10 A.M.

Friends may SCHMIDT Mary C. (nee Hennessy), beloved wife of the late William Schmidt, sister of Alice Hansen, godmother of Mary Lukens, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Thursday, No Norma L. Melcher Norma L. Melcher, 92, the last of two sisters who devoted their lives to the management of Deaconess Hospital, died Friday at the Bethesda Scarlet Oaks Retirement Community, where she had resided for many years.

At the time of their retirement in 1966, Miss Melcher had been the director of Deaconess' medical records department, and her younger sister, Dorothy L. Melcher, was business manager. Dorothy died in 1985. After starting there in 1921, both had worked at the hospital 47 years, working under four different administrators. "When Norma first came here we didn't have anything like a medical records department," said Leland White, Deaconess Hospital president and chief executive officer.

Both were assistants to the superintendent of the hospital, doing purchasing, food service and office type work. Norma worked with doctors' records and established the medical records department. Dorothy became business manager. "They were totally dedicated to the hospital," White said. "They never married and when I arrived here they were working six days a week, went to church on Sunday, had lunch and spent the afternoon working at the hospital." White said Dorothy looked up to Norma as the elder sister for guidance and help in decision-making.

"They thought alike and went everywhere together and were lost when illness kept them from being together. Norma grieved for her sister from the time of her death to when I last saw her a few months ago. During their careers they were paid relatively little for the work they did, White said. "They were truly remarkable women who gave a fantastic service to the hospital at a time when money was not the motivator." Both were members of Salem United Church of Christ, inOver-the-Rhine. There are no immediate survivors.

Sevices will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Spring Grove Mausoleum Chapel. Bamber Funeral Home, 3011 Woodburn Walnut Hills, is in charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation. Memorials: to Salem United Church of Christ, 1425 Sycamore Sally Glazier Derringer Sally Glazier Derringer, 70, a restaurant dining room manager from Hyde Park, died Friday at Christ Hospital.

Mrs. Derringer was active during the 1950s and '60s with her family's operations of various Colony restaurants the Old South, the Colony, La Norman-die and the Maisonette when they were all located on Walnut Street, and Swifton Colony. She was dining room manager of several of those restaurants. All now are closed except for La Normandie and the Maisonette, on Sixth Street. Mrs.

Derringer was a native of Addyston, Ohio. She was the sister of Catherine Comisar, whose husband, Ben, was the founder of all those restaurants. Mrs. Derringer received national recognition for her publication on waitress training programs. Her husband, Howard Derringer, was the founder and chairman of the Derringer Food Vending now headed by her son, William Derringer.

Howard Derringer died in 1980. She was a member of Knox Presbyterian Church, Hyde Park, and the Hyde Park Golf Country Club. "Her hobbies were with women's groups both at the church and the Hyde Park County Club, where she loved to play bridge. She was a career person who was outgoing and was known for her good humor," said her son, William Derringer, of Cincinnati. In addition to her son, survivors include a daughter, Sally Barber of Cincinnati; four grandchildren; and a brother, A.

J. Glazier of Iowa City, Iowa. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Sunday at George Rohde Son Funeral Home, Mount Lookout. Services will be at 10:30 a.m.

Monday at Knox Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery in Cleves. Memorials: To the American Cancer Society. Captain William United States Navy, Retired. November 11, 1986 (Veterans Day) In St.

James City, FL. He retired after spending 30 years in the United States Navy. He was awarded the Navy Cross, and numerous other medals and Death Notices Monuments 10 CremationCemetery IS 1 Announcements 20 Card of Thanks 25 InMemoriam 30 Florists 35, call at T.P. White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Mt. Washington, Sunday 6 to 9 P.M.

BIDDLE vember 20, 1986. Age 83 years. awards. He It survived by his Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 5907 Cheviot White Oak, Monday, 8:30 Nora (nee Schalch), beloved wife of the late Harry M.

Bid-die, dear sister of Mrs. Ann wlte, Hazel J. Lahodney, formerly of Cinti, OH, and Wash' He was a 1957 graduate of the University of Louisville Medical School. He also was a graduate of Xavier University, Cincinnati, and of St. Xavier High A.M.

until time of Mass of Ington, C. Also two sisters, Holden, Gilbert Harold J. Schaich and the late Freeland, Anne Deegan, East Granby, CT Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Catharine Church. Interment Chester, George and Herbert School.

DALBERT WOODRUFF FUNERAL HOME 922-1010 1 2880 Boudlnol at Queen City and Jeanne Magaro, Hariss-burg, PA. He leaves many be bcnaicn. Also survived by sev NELSON Ellen (nee Cupp), beloved wife of Edward Nelson, devoted mother of Gail Davis, Luann Combs and Joy Calhoun. Also survived by three grandchildren. Residence Cold Spring, KY.

Thursday, November 20, 1986. Age 50 years. Services Monday, November 24, at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Belle-vue at 11:30 A.M. Visitation Sunday from 4 to 8 P.M. Arlington Memorial Gardens.

Memorials may be made to St. Rita's School for the Deaf. Other survivors include a brother, Jim, of Atlanta, loved nieces and nephews In eral nieces and nephews and the Cincinnati area. Captain La many friends. Friday, Novem ber 21, 1986.

Age 89 years. hodney was buried at sea. ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 and several nieces and nephews.

Mass will be 9:30 a.m. today at St. Joseph Church. Burial will be at St. Stephen Cemetery in Fort Residence Harrison, OH.

Services 2 P.M., Monday, Novem LePERE ber 24 at the St. John United Church of Christ, Harrison, OH. Loretta M. (nee Stentz), wife Thomas. Memorials: St.

Luke Hospital Department of of the late William F. LePere, SEUBERT Pearl Keck, widow of Frank H. Seubert, devoted mother of Ruth Amberger, Robert F. Seubert and the late Paul A. Seubert, dear grandmother of four.

November 16, 1986 Residence Pleasant Ridge. Friends may call at the Stanley High Funeral Home, 6546 Montgomery Saturday from 9:15 beloved mother of Dorothy Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 Czarnecki, dear sister of Ber Visitation Sunday from 2 to 4:30 P.M at the church. Memorials may be directed to the St. John United Church of Christ or the Harrison Life Squad. Jack-man-Kercheval Funeral Home nard Stentz, dear grandmother of Mark and Dale D.

Czarnecki. Friday, November 21, Pediatrics or Kidney foundation of Greater Cincinnati. Arrangements: Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, Fort Thomas. Ruth Cunningham in charge of arrangements. Nodapp Funeral Homes Hamilton at EKMon 7401 Vine St.

541-1040 821-0805 1986. Age 86 years. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton O'REGAN Marianne, beloved sister of John and Robert L.

O'Regan, dear aunt of Sharon Adams, Victoria Ann Oset, John and Thomas Matousek. Wednesday, November 19, 1986. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Angels Church, Saturday at 11 A.M. No visitation. Gilligan Funeral Home In charge.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the College of Mt. St. Joseph. A M. to 10:15 A M.

Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Nativity, Sat. 10:30 A.M. Ave. at Knowlton North-side, Sunday 7 to 9 P.M. Bless BIGGS ing and prayers from Spring Jamison I Jamison lr Inc.

West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 Grove Mausoleum Lnapei Funeral Mass for Ruth E. Cunningham, a volunteer for her church and social organizations, is scheduled Dorothy E. (Rolfes), beloved wife of Gustav Biggs, dear mother of Alvln Biggs, Evelyn Monday at 10 A.M. for 10 a.m. today in Blessed Sacrament Church, Fort Johnson of IL.

and Vera Eckler, daughter of Emma Rolfes, sis SPRAU Milton K. of Terrace Park, beloved husband of Janette Decker Sprau. Memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Terrace Park. If desired, memorials may be made to the Shriner's Burns Institute or charity of one's choice.

LOUDERMILK Mitchell. Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton Nora (nee Robinson), beloved Miss Cunningham, 70, of Crestview Hills, died wife of Roy Loudermllk, devot ter of Grace Auble and the late Fred, Richard and Albert Rolfes, also survived by nine grandchildren. Friday, November 21, 1986. Age 73.

Visitation Monday from 9:30 A.M. until ed mother of Paul and Glenn POWDRELL George beloved husband of Mildred I. Powdrell (nee Ham-mitt), devoted father of Mrs. John (Judy) Ruehl, Mrs. Ron (Gerry) Lucas and Allen W.

Powdrell. Also survived by nine Wednesday in St. Elizabeth Medical Center North. Bryant, Wayne Loudermilk, and the late Jack Bryant, She was president of the Covington Curia of the Rebold Funeral Home 1 300 Glenmore 661-6200 grandmother of 15, great' time of funeral at 11 A.M. Legion of Mary, a member of the Board of Trustees of grandmother of nine, sister of Neldhard-Minges Funeral Home, 7043 Harrison Pike, Tay Rose oabbaro ana joe Kooin- lor's Creek, OH.

Burial, Miami son. Thursday, November 20, 1986. Residence Milford, OH. grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Wednesday, November 19, 1986.

Age 84 years. Funeral from the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Cheviot, Mon Redwood School, Fort Mitchell, a volunteer at St Elizabeth Medical Center South, Edgewood, and member of the Fort Mitchell Senior Citizens. SCHMIDT DHONAU Cemetery. Member of the Services Evans Funeral Home, READING SHARONVILLE 948-1111 Monday, November 24 at 948-1113 Miamitown Senior Citizens. If desired, memorials may be sent to the Miamitown Meth P.M.

Visitation Sunday 6 to 9 day, November 24 at 10 A.M. She helped open and operate a Catholic mission in P.M. odist Church. Friends may call Sunday from 6 to 9 P.M. Memorials may be made to St.

Paul United Church Newport, and in 1974 she led a group that fought Tufts Funeral Home Loveland 683-2430 MARTIN of Christ, 5312 Old Blue Rock unsuccessfully against the closing of Immaculate Con-ception Church and School in Newport's west end. 45247. Adam Joseph, dear son of John BRUEGGEMAN and Karen Martin (nee Dean) SWEENEY Joseph beloved husband of Pauline Dunn Sweeney, devoted father of Carol Ann Long-sworth and Gary Lynn Sweeney, grandfather ot John Mark and Donna Michelle Long-sworth and Anna Christine Sweeney, great-grandfather of Rachel Ann Longsworth, brother of Martha Rohe and the late Florence Leisuer and John Sweeney. Thursday, November 20, 1986. Age 68 years.

Funeral service Monday, 10 A.M. at Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Madison-ville. Visitation at the funeral home Sunday 5 to 8 Ma-riemont Lodge 707 F. A M. and Scottish Rite Ring Service, Sunday, 7:30 M.

Memorials may be made to Fairfax Presbyterian Church or Fairfax Life Squad. Interment at Buford, OH. PRICE Ruth beloved wife of Leslie T. Brueggeman, devoted moth VORHIS Funeral Home Lockland Springdale Norwood 821-0062 7712594 631-4884 brother of Abraham Martin, grandson of Etta Jeanne and the late Ralph Dean, Lester and David Michael, beloved son of Timothy and Merry Price, dear er ot Thomas Brueggeman, Aileen Martin. November 19, grandmother of Michelle and Cara Brueggeman, sister of brother of Timothy Wayne Price, grandson of Axle Connley, Jimmy Lancas' er, Al 1986.

Residence Anderson Township. Services at Calvary Shirley Witte and Robert Vogel. Thursday, November 20, 1986. Presbyterian Church, Plainville, VVE1I. MINERAL HOME va J.

Homcker and Peul Price. Resident ot Dayton, KY. Tnur OH, Tuesday, November 25 at Residence Madeira. Friends may caH at the Thomas Memo Ml HEADING RD For 45 years, Miss Cunningham was an executive secretary for theProcter Gamble Co. of Cincinnati, from where she retired.

Survivors include two brothers, John of Highland Heights, and Dr. Robert of Newport; and three nephews. Burial following the Mass will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, inCincinnati. Memorials: St.

Charles Nursing Home or Redwood School. Arrangements: Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, Newport. 10:30 A.M. If desired, memori rial, 7500 Montgomery als to Calvary Presbyterian Church. T.P.

White and Sons day, November 20, 198t. Age 3 months. Services Monday at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue at 10 A.M. Visitation Kenwood, Sunday 2 to 5 P.M. where funeral services wil be Funeral Home serving the fam WITT.

GOOD KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 Sunday from 6 to 9 P.M. ily. Monday at 10 A.M. Milligan ordered held without bond Davis-Besse gets approval to restart State news surprised we found him," he said.

Miller said Miami agents received a tip from the Columbus FBI that Milligan might be in the area. They found him sitting at a hotel bar with Ohio Public Defender Randall Dana. Dana told The Miami Herald that Milligan called him about 15 minutes after Dana checked into a Key Biscayne hotel, where he was attending a legal conference. "I had spoken to him on the phone and told him I would be in Miami if he needed me and I gave him the telephone number to the hotel," Dana said. There was no answer at Dana's hotel room after repeated calls Friday.

Miller said Dana was not involved in the arrest. "The defense attorney and the FBI were each just as surprised to see each other," Miller said. The fact that Dana was with Milligan has been brought to the attention of the FBI office in Columbus, which in turn will discuss THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI Billy Milligan, an Ohio mental hospital escapee with as many as 24 personalities, was ordered held without bond Friday after his arrest Thursday night as he sat in a Key Biscayne bar with his Ohio defense attorney. Milligan, 31, was found innocent by reason of insanity in 1978 of raping three women in the Ohio State University area. He walked away from a Columbus psychiatric hospital July 4.

U.S. Magistrate Patricia Kyle ordered Milligan held without bond on a charge of unlawful flight to avoid confinement. She set a Dec. 1 hearing date for his removal to Ohio, but his Florida attorney, federal Public Defender Kenneth Swartz, said he was trying to work out a way to get Milligan back to Ohio as quickly as possible because he needs treatment. Miami FBI spokesman Paul Miller said Milligan was arrested without incident.

"I think he was it with the U.S. Attorney's Office there, said Miller. U.S. Attorney Michael Crites. declined comment on Dana's involvement Friday.

Greg Ayers, chief counsel for the Ohio Public Defender's Office, said there is general ethical prohibition against attorneys harboring fugitives, but he said "I really can't comment because I'm really not aware of the particular facts." In Columbus, Assistant Franklin County Prosecutor Bill Shimp said Milligan could be returned "for number of reasons." He said Milligan could be brought back on ,) a county judge's order that he was.i' away without leave from a atric institution. He also said the Ohio Adult Parole Authority had a hold on Milligan in connection with a robbery charge prior to the 1977 rapes. Shimp said it also was possible that Milligan could face a state, charge for violating the order that, Ki confined him to the Central Ohio Psychiatric Hospital. 0 request to let the state intervene in Friday's hearing. Celebrez-ze's office said Friday that next week the state would ask a federal circuit court in Cincinnati to delay the restart until the evacuation issue is addressed.

Williams indicated the utility would go ahead with its start-up schedule. "I have permission to start up, and unless something happens to stop me from doing that, I intend to proceed," he said. "I hope that he (Celeste) doesn't hold up our operation until the commission is through because I believe that would be a needless cost to the consumer." Davis-Besse, jointly owned by Toledo Edison and the Cleveland Electric Illuminating was shut down June 9, 1985, after an extensive breakdown of plant equipment including 12 safety-related parts and systems. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON The Nuclear Regulatory Commission voted unanimously Friday to authorize the reopening of an Ohio nuclear plant closed for almost 18 months after extensive breakdowns of safety-related equipment. The NRC approved the restart 5-0 after praising improvements at the Davis-Besse plant, 23 miles east of Toledo on the Lake Erie shore.

"There's been an example set here and a standard for getting a plant out of trouble," Commissioner Fred Bernthal told officials of Toledo Edison which runs the plant. Bernthal and others said they were impressed by the utility's $167 million investment in maintenance, engineering, training and other programs and a commitment to make an additional $90 million in improvements after this year. "We have more than adequate confidence that this plant is in fact ready," said Victor Stello, the NRC executive director of operations. "We think it has the potential to be one of the best-performing plants." Joseph Williams, senior vice president of the utility, said the plant schedule calls for a nuclear reaction Dec. 16 and power production two days later, with operations up to 100 by the end of the year.

The state of Ohio has withdrawn support for Davis-Besse's emergency evacuation plan and a task force set up by Gov. Richard Celeste to review the plan is not due to report its findings until next month. The NRC denied state Attorney General Anthony J. Celebrezze.

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