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Wednesday, July 17, 199! THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroE-3 Obituaries William Mers, 63 Mount Lookout resident was a CPA BY LORI McCLUNG The Cincinnati Enquirer William H. Mers, 63, died Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Mers, of Mount Lookout, was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the Air Force. He was a graduate of Roger Bacon High School and the University of Cincinnati, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa academic honorary. He also was a member of the Optimist Club. He was a certified public accountant and a partner in William H. Mers & Co., accountants, until 1981. He later worked with Clark Schaeffer Hackett & Co., an accounting firm, until retiring in 1990. Surviving are his wife, Barbara Timbers Mers; two daughters, Catherine Lezan of Cleveland and Mary Barcala of Atlanta; and three sons, Timothy of Rome, N.Y., Michael of North Avondale, and Kurts of Mount Lookout. Visitation will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at Bamber Funeral Home, 3011 Wood-burn Ave., Walnut Hills. Mass of Christian burial will be said at 11 a.m. at Christ the King Church, Mount Lookout. BuriaL will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. Memorials can be made to St. Aloysius Orphanage, 4721 Reading Road. Japanese asked to give blacks jobs BY NANCY FIROR The Cincinnati Enquirer Members of the black community met Tuesday with the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati and agreed to meet again to spur jobs for blacks and growth among black businesses. About 60 people turned out at Integrity Hall in Bond Hill to ask how to form ties with Japanese businesses and why Japanese car manufacturers do not locate plants near black neighborhoods. Henry Morozumi, president of the Japanese business group, said decisions were not based on statistics that distinguish race or income. Decisions are based on factors that include the cost of land and the location of skilled workers, he said. Morozumi said the Japanese are interested in getting to know the black community. Morozumi and Communiplex Services President Steven Reece, who organized the meeting, agreed to continue meetings that would include a Japanese Expo in September The expo will give black businesses the chance to show their skills, Reece said. In response to suggestions: Morozumi agreed to help intro duce blacks to Honda company officials and a Japanese part specialist in Columbus, Ohio, who is a liaison between U.S, and Japanese machine makers. Wanda Turnbow, a systems security administrator for Gen eral Electric, urged Morozumi to evaluate problems unique to blacks. "Your system includes al! your people," she said. "That's what makes your economy work." Cincinnati Councilman Tyrone Yates urged Japanese businessmen to make their own decisions, "instead of seeing the black community through the lenses of white eyes. Two fail to testify against ex-candidate Death Notices ACKLEY Velma M. (nee Batchetor), beloved wile of Samuel E. Ackley, dear mother of Nancy Ackley Lipps, dear mother-in-law of Jerry Lipps, cousin of John Horton, of Vicksburg, MS. Tue-Day, July 16, 1991. Age 85 years. Friends may call at Mih- ovk-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot Rd, Thurs day, 6:30 to 8 P.M. Funeral service will be held at the Spring Grove Mausoleum, Friday at 3 P.M. where friends may call from 2 P.M. until time of service. Member of the Eastern Star, Covington, KY, member Green Twp. Senior Citizens. Memorials may be made to the Shriners Burns In stitute or the Montford Heights, United Methodist Church, or me American Can-cer Society. ADAMS Daisy M beloved mother of John Lambert, loving grand mother of John, Michelle, Michael and Stephen Lambert and Harry Gray, also survived by six great-grandchildren, dear daughter-in-law Janice Lambert and a host of other relatives and many friends. Ju ly 15, 1991 at age 75. Funeral services, Thursday, 7 p.m. at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. Dr. D.L. Motley officiating. Friends may call 6 P.M. till time of services, BELDEN Perry D. (Butch), beloved husband of Barbara (nee Bakie) Belden, dear father of Kyle Bel-den, son of Daisy Belden, brother of Donald Belden, Ginny Luf- trell, Rosie Hogue, Jeanette Holden and Joyce Carpenter, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 46. Resident of Independence, KY, formerly of Elmwood Place. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 740V Vine St., Carthage, Thursday from 12:30 P.M. until time of funeral service at 2 P.M. Memorials may be direct' ed to Hospice of Cincinnati. "BELDEN Perry D. (Butch), beloved hus band of Barbara (nee Bakie) Belden, dear father of Kyle Bel den, son of Daisy Belden, broth er of Donald Belden, Ginny Luf- trell, Rosie Hogue, Jeanette Holden and Joyce Carpenter, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 46. Resident of Independence, KY, formerly of Elmwood Place. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Thursday from 12:30 P.M. until time of funeral service at 2 P.M. Memorials may be direct-ed to Hospice of Cincinnati. Death Notices CASH Eric. Services Friday, 7 30 P.M., First New Shiloh Baptist Church, Avondale. Visitation 6 P.M. till time of services at the church. Arrangements by Hall- Jordan Funeral Home. COLEMAN Mattie M., dear grandmother of Earnest C Coleman Jr., Gary Coleman, Stephen Coas-ton and Linda Addette, loving sister of Theodore Moore of Akron, OH, dear family friend of Benjamin Keith and a host of other relatives and friends. Ju ly 13, 1991. Friends may call at Bethel Baptist Church, 2712 Alms PL, Thursday from 6 until time of funeral service at 7:30 P.M. Rev. Wayne Davis, Officiating. Interment Friday, 9:30 A.M., spring Grove Cemetery. Renfro Funeral Service In charge of arrangements. COMARATA Vincent J., loving husband of Corinne M. Comarata (nee Pastore), beloved father of Mary Lou Alexander, Joanne Schoenling, James A. and Vincent J. Comarata, Jr., dear grandfather of Gina, Nicole and Tony Schoenling and Llssa Comarata, brother of Henry and Tony Comarata, Martha Borman, Mary Wetenkamp and Rose Hornsby, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 68 years. Relatives and friends may call at Mih-ovk-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot Rd., Thursday, 6-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. James Church, White Oak, Friday at 10 A.M. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Sod ety. DIXON Wiley Gwen, Sr. 'Pie', beloved father of Wiley G. (Penny) Dix on, Jr., beloved step-father of Loretta Kinnard, dear brother of Veatrlce Clark, Willa Bolden, Howard, Robert and William Dixon, loving grandfather of Ricky L. McFagden, Veronica and Rhonda Dixon, fond brother-in-law of Harold P. Clark, Evelyn and Paulette Dixon, dear nephew of Virginia Cor dell, also survived by two great-grandchildrne and a host of other relatives and friends. July 15, 1991 in his 76th year, Services Thursday 7 P.M., United Christian Church, 2521 May & Crown, Walnut Hills. Rev. James A. Lewis, pastor, officiating. Friends may call from 6 P.M. till time of services at the church. Interment Union Baptist Cemetery. Arrange ments by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home BERNHARDT Josephine Ungar, 97, beloved wife of the late Arthur E. Bernhardt, devoted mother of Mar-jorie Wilchins, step-mother of Mrs. Robert Neel and the late Robert A. Bernhardt, loving sister of Irwin K. Ungar, also survived by five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services Wednesday, July 17 at 1 P.M. at the Spring Grove Mausoleum Chapel. No visitation. Memorial contributions to Glen Manor or charity of one's choice would be appreciated. BOWER Lulu M. (nee Riggs), wife of the late Clarence Bower, devoted mother of Dorothy Meal Fitzpatrick and Jane Tench, grandmother of Susan Crowe and Dr. Larie Meal, also leaves three great-grandchildren. Monday, July 15, 1991. Residence Norwood. In her 108th year. No visitation. There will be a joint Memorial Service for Mrs. Bower ar.d her late son-in-law Bill Tench (June 17,1991) at the Tredway-Pollitt Funeral Home, Inc., 2131 Cameron Ave., Norwood, Saturday, July 27, 1:30 P.M. If friends desired, contributions may be made to A.R.F., P.O. BOX 464, Amelia, OH 45102. BY SMITA MAD AN PAUL The Cincinnati Enquirer A felony charge against a former Newport mayoral candidate was dropped Tuesday because one prosecution witness refused to testify and another did not appear. A charge of receiving stolen property against Brenda Goines, 42, was dropped as the jury was being selected for her trial. At the same time, her husband, Charles "Pink" Goines, 62, pleaded guilty to one count of receiving stolen property worth more than $100. He will be sentenced Aug. 27 by Judge Leonard Kopowski. The two witnesses who were expected to testify both indicated they sold stolen items to the couple at Heringers bar on Patterson Street, said Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Jack Porter Jr. But when it came time for the trial, one witness, Gary James Dingess, who is serving a prison sentence for theft in Ohio, refused to testify, Porter said. The other witness, Sharon Tuccinardi of Covington did not show up for the trial. Goines and her husband were arrested Feb. 13. Police said the arrests followed investigations by Newport police and Campbell County authorities. Yvfrrc fc c n 4i rtn n rw 1 r nr viii piupuaa ami-gang iau.) Tillery says treat causes first BY JIM ROHRER ods." Vehr didn't seek Dolice The Cincinnati Enquirer An ordinance that would make it a misdemeanor "for any individual to be a member of a criminal street gang" or to be involved with a gang was proposed Tuesday by Cincinnati City Councilman Nick Vehr. Vehr's motion took note of recent "youth violence and open gang confrontation" in some cities at showings of the film Boyz N the Hood. The law would give police "another tool to dissuade young people from joining gangs," Vehr said. ". . . We need to be proactive, to deal with a situation before it devel ops." Vehr didn't seek police opinion on the motion. Vehr's motion will be referred to the law and safety committee and will be discussed when council meets in August. Vehr's motion received less than a ringing endorsement from Councilman Dwight Tillery, chairman of the law and public safety committee. "If you really want to deal with gangs, you have to deal with their fundamental causes and not symptoms," Tillery said.' "Poverty, bad housing, poor education and unemploy ment are causes, and they aren't going to disappear by making motions like these. Death Notices Death Notices GAINES Brian Donielle. Services Friday, 7.30 P.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Ave. Visitation 6-7:30 P.M. GRASER Donald R., beloved husband of Betty Burkhardt Graser, dear father ot Amy Heekin, father-in-law of Stan Heekin, grandfather of Leah, Kristin and Shannon Heekin, brother of Joseph Graser, New Richmond, OH, and Margaret Breller, Dearborn Heights, Ml, also survived by many relatives and friends. Monday, July 15, 1991. Age 64 years. Friends may call at the Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd., Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Thursday at Sts. Peter & Paul Church, Norwood. Interment St. Peter Cemetery, New Richmond. He was a member of the Cincinnati Bell Pioneer's Club. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. KIDD Louise Services today, 1 P.M., Greater New Hope Baptist Church, Avondale. Visitation 12 Noon till time of services at the church. Arrangements by Hall- Jordan Funeral Home. MAY Allen Eugene, age 19. Funeral service Thursday, 2 P.M. at the Ellison-Moon Funeral Home, Lawrenceburg, IN. Visitation Wednesday from 6-9 P.M. Survived by his parents Arvln and Marilyn May, two brothers Walter James and Richard May. Donations may be dlrect-ed to the family. MCCOY Herbert Anthony (Infant). Services today, 2 P.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, Gilbert Ave. Visitation 2-2:30 P.M. HETTRICK Murray E beloved husband of Esther Hettrlck (nee Schuer-mann), devoted step-father of Lois Jacobs, dear brother of the late Gladys Kruse, Howard and Carl Hettrlck. Resident of Pleasant Ridge (Formerly of St. Bernard). Monday, July 15, 1991. Age 88. Friends may call at the Imwalle Memorial, 4811 Vine St., St. Bernard, Thursday from 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Nativ ity (Pleasant Ridge), Friday, 10 A.M. MERS William H. Jr., loving husband of Barbara (nee Timbers) Mers, dear father of Timothy Mers, Catherine Lezan, Mary Barca- Michael and Kurt Mers, fa ther-in-law of Geoffrey Lezan and Edward Barcala. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Mass ot Christian Burial, Christ the King Church, Friday, July 19 at 11 A.M. Visitation Bamber Funeral Home, 3011 Woodburn Ave., Friday from 9-10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to St. Aloysius Orphanage, 4721 Reading Rd. HOWARD Andrew, loving son of Isaac J. Howard, Sr., devoted father of Theresa Craig, dear brother of Willie J. and Jasper L. Howard, Sr.; Isaac J. Howard, Jr., Etta Beatrice Hill, and Alton Howard, grandfather of one, also a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Friday, July 12 at Uni versity Hospital. Friends may call Wednesday, July 17 at St. Mark A.M.E. Zion Church, 3006 Eden Ave., from 5 P.M. until time of funeral service at 8 P.M. Rev. G. Bernard Crawford officiating. Lodge services by Order of Eastern Star at 6 P.M. Corinthian Lodge 1 at 6:30 P.M. King Solomon Consls tory 20 at 7 P.M. and Sinai 59 at 7:30 P.M. Interment Thursday, July 18, Spring Grove Cemetery at 11 A.M. Arrange ments by Rentro Funeral serv ice, Inc. DOZIER Ann B. (nee Schneider), beloved wife of the late Shilo N. Dozier, dear mother of Asa E. Swope and Raymond Swope, also survived by three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 87 years. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 345 W. McMillen St., Clifton, Friday 9-10 A.M. Interment Vine Street Hill Cemetery. DWYER Donna L dear mother of Joey and John Mangus and Andrew Marx, dear daughter of Donald and Norma Dwyer, granddaughter of David and Connie Tyree, Florence, KY, sister of Douglas Dwyer and Dee Ann Carman, Frankfurt, Germany, special firned of William Marx. Suddenly, Sunday, July 14, 1991. Age 35. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 5907 Cheviot Rd., White Oak, Friday, 5-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Saturday, St. Ann Church, Groesbeck. Entombment, St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Trust Fund for her children. JARMAN Arthur R., 84, formerly of New Alsace, a self-employed car penter, beloved husband of Paulena Jarman and dear father of A'Lucia Harper of Aurora and the late Thelma Moel- ler, also survived by two brothers and three sisters. Services Friday, 10 A.M., Rull- man Funeral Home, Aurora. Visitation Thursday 5-8 P.M. Burial in the Rising Sun New Cemetery. Memorials to the Aurora Emergency Unit. BREDESTEGE Florence G. (nee Gates), devoted wife of John J. Bredes-tege, beloved mother of Bro. Paul (Society of Mary) and J. Thomas Bredestege and the late Mary Helene Delaney and dear mother-in-law of Cherie Bredestege, loving grandmother of Patrick and Maureen Delaney, Mary Claire Nagel, Matthias, Andrew, Gregory and Mark Bredestege and the late William Bredestege, also survived by five great-grandchildren, dear sister of Charles Gates and Hilda Hader and preceded in death by two brothers and four sisters. Sunday, July 14, 1991 at 84 years of age. She died peacefully at her home In Price Hill. No visitation. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, 6 P.M. at St. Teresa of Avila Church. Member of St. Mary's Ladies Society and St. Louise Auxiliary Knights of St. John. Memorials may be made to St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Teresa Church, 1175 Overlook Ave., 45238 or to Marlanlst Mission, 4435 E. Patterson Rd., Dayton, OH 45430. B.J. Meyer Sons in charge of arrangements. BRITTAIN Parks D. (P.D.) Sr., husband of Sharon Johnson Brlttaln, father of Jann Rose Williford, Carmela and Parks D. Brlttaln Jr., brother of Lela Eagle, Helen Manning, Edith Bishop, Alex, Oscar and the late Beecher and Benny Brittain, also survived by four grandchildren. Residence Bethel, OH. July 16, 1991, age 52 years. Funeral service 4 P.M., Thursday, Kennedy-Stevens Funeral Home, Bethel. Visitation 6-9 P.M., Wednesday. Memorials Spina Bifida Clinic Chil- drens Medical Center, co Dr. Sonya Oppenheimer. BROWN Marjorle (nee Hale) of Hilton Head Island, SC formerly of Cin cinnati. July 11, 1991. Survived by son James T. Brown Jr., three grandchildren, one great-grandchild, sister Winifred Wurtz and brother Robert Hale. Services will be held July 27 In Hilton Head, SC. Memorl als to St. Luke Episcopal Church, 50 Pope Ave., Hilton Head Island, SC 29928. CALDWELL Ellen M. (nee Asher), beloved wife of Harlan Caldwell, devot ed mother of Sharon (Gail) Harp, Herschel and Ronnie L. Caldwell, dear grandmother of four grandchildren and two step-grandchildren, sister of Lola Long, China Chapman, Jacob and Jack Asher and the late Emmanuel Asher. Tues- day, July 16, 1991. Residence Northbrook. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Friday at 11 A.M. Friends may call Thursday from 5-9 p.m. EMERY Linda Sue, age 22. Funeral service Thursday, 2 P.M. at the Ellison-Moon Funeral Home, Lawrenceburg, IN. Visitation Wednesday from 6-9 P.M. Sur vived by her parents Lester and Sharon Riley, one son Trav is Emery, two daughters Terri Woodruff and Nikita Emery, six brothers and five sisters. Donations may be directed to the family. FELIX (FELA) Jennie (nee Garland), wife of the late Stanley Felix, devoted mother of Charles, Harley, William, Stanley, Harry and Donald Felix, grandmother ot 16, great-grandmother of 14. Mon day, July 15, 1991. Residence Milford, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Friday, July 19 at io a.m. visitation Thursday, 6-8 P.M. Burial Lon don, KY. FERKINS Rose, beloved wife of Thomas Ferkins, devoted mother of Theresa Held, Josephine Luehrmann, Donald and Arthur Cacaro, Linda Boost, David Ca- caro, Rosalee Owens, Angela Mcpartiand, Steven cacaro, al so survived by 39 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren, three brothers and six sisters. July 15, 1991. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, July 18, 10 A.M., All Saints Catholic Church. If desired, me morlals may be directed to St. Jude Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 300, Memphis, TN 38148 or the American Cancer 5oci ety. Thomas Memorial In charge of arrangements. FREESE Cynthia. Saturday, July 13, 1991. Formerly of Cleves, OH Friends may meet at Spring Grove Cemetery, Inside Main Gate at 2.15 P.M., Thursday for graveside service conducted at 2:30 P.M. by Tredway-Pollitt Funeral Home, Inc., Norwood. GAMP Frankie Jo, of Springfield, and a Cincinnati resident for the past 16 years, died unexpectedly. She was born In Henderson, KY, the daughter of George H, and Rena Frances (Craig) Sep- ter. Mrs. Gamp had recently retired and relocated from Cincinnati, where she had been Branch Auditor for Provident Bank. She was a member of the First Church of Christ, Sci entist in Springfield and Cincinnati. Survivors Include her daughter and son-in-law, Chris tie Gamp and Robert A. Brown, of Boston, MA; two sisters, Pa tricia Byerman and Phyllis Sep-ter, both of Springfield; one brother, Madison E. Septer, of Dayton, OH; an aunt, E. Jayne Ross, of Springfield; several nieces and nephews. The fami ly will receive friends from 5-7 P.M., Friday In the Richards, Raff and Dunbar Memorial Home, 838 E. High St., Springfield. A Memorial service will be held at 7:15 P.M., Friday In the Memorial Home, with Reader Richard Kincaid offici ating. May she be remembered In Spirit, Light and Life. JOHNSON Sadie. Services Saturday, 12 Noon, Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, Lockland, OH. Visitation 11-12 Noon. JORDAN Mildred L. (nee LeClere), wife of the late William W. Jordan, aunt of Thomas LeClere and Susanne Barley. July 16, 1991 age 96 years, residence Mt. Washington. Services at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt Washington on Friday July 19 at 11 A.M. Friends may call Thursday 6 to 8 P.M. JORG Robert C, beloved husband of Ella Breitfelder Jorg, dear fa ther of Gary and Ron Jorg and Jo Anne Jenkins, devoted brother of Bill Jorg, loving grandfather ot nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Sunday, July 14, 1991 Residence Sayler Park. Age 75. Friends may call in the Sietert- Hardig 8, Brater Funeral Home, Monitor at Parkland Ave., Say' ler Park. Wednesday, July 17, 1991 from 5-7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in the St. Aloy sius Church on the Ohio at P.M. Member of the River view-Delhi Kiwanis. Memorials may be made to the St. Aloy sius Church Memorial Fund. KENNETH Hazel, 87. Services Thursday, P.M. EDT. Markland-Denney Funeral Home, Rising Sun. Visi tation Thursday, 10 A.M. until time of service KLEIN Nicholas J., beloved husband of the late Mable L. (nee Roberts) Klein, loving brother of Miss Elizabeth Klein, also sur viving are a nephew Robert Tuffendsam and one niece Suddenly July 15, 1991. Age 85 years. Visitation Friday 6 P.M. at the Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Prlvat graveside services. Memorials may be directed to the Shrin ers Burns institute. KRODY Reglna (Jean) (nee Dierck- man), beloved wife of the late Joseph Krody, dear mother of Barron J. Krody and Robert Krody, dear grandmother of Margo, Eric and Deborah Krody, dear sister of Emanuel, Alfred and Lambert Dierckman and Betty Oilier and the late Stanley Dierckman. Monday, July 15, 1991. Resident of East Hyde Park. Visitation at the Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Square, Thursday from 9:30 A.M. until 10:45 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Cecilia Church, Thursday at 11 A.M, Sympathy may be expressed by a remembrance to 5t. Mar garet Hall, I960 Madison HQ. 45206. MATTOCKS James Hillard, Sr., devoted hus band of Lou Jean Mattocks, beloved father of Veronica D. Fix, Gloria Jean Harris, Shirlene Turner, Steven Lovely, Denice M James H., Jr. and Darren Mattocks, dear brother of Thelma McCarter, Mary Ann Moore, Virginia Weaver, Dorothy, Donald G. Joseph, and Jimmy Rio Brimmer, also survived by 13 grandchildren and a nost of other relatives and many dear friends. July 15, 1991 In his 52nd year, services Thursday, 7 P.M. Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 North Wayne Ave. Lockland. Rev. Rose officiating. Friends may call from 6 P.M. tlH time of services. Interment In Norfolk, VA. Funeral s For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME ACKLEY, VelmoM, 3 00 P.M. July 19 Mihovk-Rosenocker ADAMS, DoisyM. 7:00 P.M. July 18 Hall-Jordan BELDEN, Perry D. 2:00 P.M. July 18 Hodapp BELDEN, Perry D. 2:00 P.M. July 18 Hodapp BERNHARDT, Josephine 1:00 P.M. July 17 Spring Grove Mausole- um Cnopel BOWER, lulu 1:30 P.M. July 27 Tredway Pollitt, Inc. BREDESTEGE, Florence G. 6:00 PM. July 17 B.J. Meyer Sons 8KITTAIN, PorltsD. 4:00 P.M. July 18 Kennedy-Stevens BROWN, Marjorie Hilton Head Island, SC CALDWELL, Ellen M, 1 1 :00 A.M. July 19 Paul R. Young CASH, Eric 7:30 P.M. July 20 Hall-Jordan COLEMAN, Mattie M. 7:30 P.M. July 18 Renfro COMARATA, Vincent J. PHELPS William, beloved husband of the late Flora (nee Wright), brother of Nellie Owens, dear friend of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Trammle. July 16, 1991. Resi dence Rossmoyne. Friends may call Thursday 10 A.M. until time of service 11 A.M. at the Quentin K. Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plalnfleld Rd Deer Park. If so desired memorials may be sent to West Chester Baptist Church. QUAILEY Anna May (nee Jackson), beloved wife of the late Harry B. Ouailey, dear sister of S.T. Jackson and Eula Wainscott, also survived by two nieces and one nephew. Monday, July 15, 1991. Age 85 years. Visita tion Thursday from 9:30-10:15 A.M. at the Ralph Meyer-Deters Funeral Home, 4164 W. 8th St. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Family Church, Thursday at 10:30 A.M. RAGLAND Clifford W beloved husband of Viola C. (nee Tenhundfeld) Ragland, devoted father of Mrs. Michael (Shirley) Vogt Sr., Bob and Paul Ragland and Debbie Grigsby, also survived by ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, dear brother ot Mary Burlew and the late Robert Ragland. Tues day, July 16, 1991. Residence Springfield Township. Age 75 years. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart Church, Mar shaN & Massachusetts Ave., Camp Washington, Thursday, July 18 at 10:30 A.M. Visitation at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday evening from 6-9 P.M. 10:00 A M. July 19 Mihovk-Rosenocker DIXON Wiley Gwen, Sr. DOZIER, AnnB. 7:00 P.M. July 18 Holl-Jordon Nurre Bros. DWYER. Donnot. 10:00 A.M. July 19 Nurre Bros. EMERY, Linda Sue 2:00 P.M. July 18 Ellison-Moon fELIX IfELAI, Jennie 10:00 A.M. July 19 Evans FERKINS, Rose 10:00A.M. July 18 Thomas Memorial FREESE, Cynthio 2:30 P.M. July 18 Tredway-Pollitt, Inc. GAINES, Brian Donielle 7:30 P.M. July 19 Holl-Jordon GAMP, Fronfcie Jo 7: 1 5 P.M. July 1 9 Richards, Roll & Dunbar GRASER, Donald R. 10:00A.M. July 18 NurreBros. HETTRICK, Murray E. 10:00A.M. July 19 Imwalle Memorial HOWARD, Andrew 8:00 P.M. July 17 Renfro JARMAN, Arthur R. 10:00A.M. July 19 Rullman (Aurora, INI JOHNSON, Sadie 12:00 P.M. July 20 Holl-Jordon JORDAN, Mildred L. 11:00 A.M. July 1 9 T.P. White & Sons JORG, Robert C. 8:00 P.M. July 1 7 Seifert-Hardig & Broter KENNETH, Hazel 2:00 P.M. July 18 Markland-Denney, Ris- ing Sun, IN KIDD, Louise 1:00 P.M. July 17 Holl-Jordon KLEIN, Nicholas J. Bolton & lunsford KRODY, Regino 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 8 Witt, Good & Kelsch MATTOCKS, James H., Sr. 7:00 P.M. July 18 Hall-Jordan MAY, Allen Eugene 2:00 P.M. July 18 Ellison-Moon MCCOY, Herbert Anthony 2:00 P.M. July 17 Holl-Jordon MERS, WilliomH. Jr. 1 1:00A.M. July 19 Bamber PHELPS, William 1 1:00 A.M. July 1 8 Quentin K. Stoley QUAILEY, Anna May 10:30A.M. July 18 Ralph Meyer & Deters RAGLAND, Clifford W. 10:30A.M. July 18 Neidhord REED, Geroldine 1 1:00 A M. July 1 8 Hodapp REHDER, Elizabeth A. REED Geraldine "Gerl" (nee Henderson), beloved wife of George Reed, dear mother of Steve Reed and Karen Buchanan, step-mother of George E. Reed, grandmother of Christo pher and Laura Reed, Eliza beth, David and Stephen Buchanan, Brian and Shannon Reed, daughter of the late Emma Morgan, sister of Patricia Bullock, Clyde and Charles Morgan, mother-in-law of De-nise Reed, Jim Buchanan and Lynn Reed. Sunday, July 14, 1991. Age 60. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Wednesday from 5-8 P.M. Funeral service Thursday, 11 A.M. at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society and the Kidney Foundation of Cincinnati. REHDER Elizabeth A. (Beth), loving daugther of Dr. Herman and lla Rehder, beloved granddaugther of Anna Mueller. Sunday, July 14, 1991. Age 38 years. Resident of Clifton. Friends may call at the Miller, Busse & Borgmann Funeral Home, 3464 Central Pkwy. at Clifton Hills Dr., Thursday, 7 P.M. until time of funeral service at 8 P.M. Interment In Concord Cemetery, Groves City, OH on Friday at 1:30 P.M. Donations, If so desired, may be directed to Christian Children's Fund, Inc., 203 E. Cary St., Box 26511, Richmond, VA 23285-0034 or Lutheran Senior City, 935 N. Cassady Ave., Columbus, OH 43219. REINSTATLER Anthony R beloved husband of Mary Davis Reinstatler, loving father of Sally Niehaus, Thomas, William and Jerry Reinstatler, Patricia Moorman, Debbie Kneflen, Ton! Hosty, Karen Lynn, Judy Wilson and Cindy Reinstatler, dear brother of Charlotte McCaffery, Robert Reinstatler, Ruth Bernens, Jane Brown, Jack Reinstatler, Betty Trentman and the late Charles Reinstatler, also survived by 26 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Suddenly Sunday, juiy 14, ivy i. Age it. Visitation Thursday from 4-6 P.M. at the Harry Meyer & Geiser Funeral, 4989 Glenway Ave. (opposite the Covedale Cinema). Mass of Christian Burial Thursday evening 6:30 P.M. at St. Teresa Church. No procession to church. Remembrances may be made to Our Daily Bread. Member of United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 126. 8:00 P.M. July 18 Miller, Busse & Borgmann REINSTATLER, Anthony R. 6:30 P.M. July 18 Harry Meyer & Geiser RIEDEL, Norma K. 1 :00 P.M. July 1 8 Chas. A. Miller Sons Death Notices STOECKER William K beloved husband of Eva Mae (nee Fugatel Stoeck-er, loving father ot William F. Stoecker, loving grandfather of William C. and Kristin Beth Stoecker. July 15, 1991. Age 73. Visitation, Thursday, 7-9 P.M., Blessing Friday, 10 A.M. at Hawthorne-Bowles Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy. VASTINE Frances, survived by son and daughter-in-law John R. and Judy Vastine, also grandchildren Jenny and Jodi Vastine. Ex pired Monday, July 15, 1991. Residence Ft. Mitchell, KY. Fu neral service Thursday, July 18th 10:30 A.M. at Stith Funeral Home, 7500 Hwy. 42, Florence, KY. Visitation Wednesday, July 17th from 6-8 P.M. Burial wiH be Mill Crest Cemetery, Dry Ridge, KY. Memorial contributions may be made to St Elizabeth Home Health Hospice, 401 East 20th St., Covington, KY 41014-9989. VENNEMEYER Alois, 78 of Sarasota, FL, died July 12, 1991 at his residence. He was born March 15, 1913 in Lintern, Germany and moved to Sarasota In 1978 trom Cincinnati, OH. He was co-owner and manager of Woodmont Dairy, Cincinnati, OH for 35 years and was a member of St. Martha's Catholic Church, a volunteer for Meals on Wheels in Sarasota and a member of the Kolping Society of Cincinnati. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie of Sarasota, a daughter Carol Arme Kremer of Florence, KY, three sons, Thomas A. of Dublin, OH, Robert J. of Columbus, OH and John D. of Cincinnati, OH, two brothers, Otto of Lintern, Germany and Henry of San Francisco, CA and 12 grandchildren. A Memorial service will be held at 1 P.M., Saturday, July 20 at All Saints Church, 8939 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Southwest Florida, 73 S. Palm Ave., Suite 222, Sarasota, FL 34236, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 1110 Kenner St., Cincinnati, OH 45214, or the charity of your choice. WILLIAMS Donald. Services Today, 11 A.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, Gilbert Ave. Visitation 10-11 A.M. WILLIAMS Lucille. Services Thursday 7:30 P.M., New Nazarene Baptist Church, Corryville. Visitation 6 P.M. till time of services at the church. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. WOOLFOLK Abraham, Sr. Services this evening 7 P.M., Calvary United Methodist Church, Walnut Hills. Visitation 6 P.M. till time of services at the church. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. RUTEMILIER, Lester C. 10:00A.M. July 18 NurreBros. STATH, Arthur E. 6:00 P.M. July 1 8 Dalbert & Woodruff STEVENSON, Ronald louis 8:00 PM. July 18 Holl-Jordon STOECKER, William K. 10:00 A.M. July 19 Hawthorne-Bowles TATE, Roy J. 10:30A.M. July 19 Chos. A. Miller Sons THORNSBURY, Norma Mae 2:00 P.M. July 18 Dobbling IFt. Thomos) TUCKER, Edward 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 9 Moore UPHUS.RitaC. 1:30 P.M. July 18 Dalbert & Woodruff VASTINE, Frances 10:30A.M. July 18 Stith VENNEMEYER, Alois 1:00 P.M. July 20 Toale Brothers (Sarasota, FLI WILLIAMS, Donald 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 7 Hall-Jordan WILLIAMS, Lucille 7:30 P.M. July 18 Hall-Jordan WOOLFOLK, Abraham, Sr. 7:00 P.M. July 17 Holl-Jordon WURSTER, Harold G. 9:00 A.M. July 20 Miller, mann Busse & Borg- Death Notices STATH Arthur E beloved husband of Christine Stath (nee Delseno), devoted father of Christy L. Wong and the late Arlene R. Johnson, dear grandfather of Amy Johnson, Jared and Brent Wong, brother of Raymond Stath, of Melbourne, FL. Monday, July 15, 1991. Age 72 years. Memorial Mass to be held Thursday, 6 P.M. at Our Lady of Visitation Church. Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home serving the family. RIEDEL Norma K wife of the late Paul A. Riedel, loving mother of Donald P. and Paul N. Riedel, devoted mother-in-law of Mary and Barbara Riedel, dear grandmother of 1 1 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 93 years. Friends and relatives are Invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial at St. Richard Church on Thursday at 1 P.M. Chas A. Miller Sons Funeral Home serving the family. RUTEMILLER Lester C, beloved husband of the late Ann Baltrusch Rutemill-er, dear father of Mrs. Kurt (Leslie) Porter and brother of Melva Rutemiller and the late Robert Rutemiller. Friends and relatives may call at the Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd., Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday 6-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Saviour Church, Rossmoyne, Thursday, 10 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Retired member of Carpenters Local 126. Memorials to the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Pkwy., 45225. STEVENSON Ronald Louis, beloved husband of Laverne Stevenson, devoted father of Kim Gibson, Antoinette, Eric and Ronnie Stevenson, fond step-father of Tanya Lewis, Tracy Whitfield, Brian Pittman, Christiana, Michael and Erin Thompson, loving son of Mr. and Mrs. George and Mary Blankenship, dear brother of Phyllis Williams, Rev. Norman Blankenship (Laura), James (Evelyn) and Bernard (Patricia) Blankenship, fond son-in-law of Mrs. Ruby Cope-land, fond sister-in-law of Jacqueline Williams and Jacqueline Cunningham, also survived by 13 grandchildren, a devoted friend Herman Dantzler, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. July 14, 1991 In his 52nd year. Funeral services Thursday 8 P.M., Zion Baptist Church, 630 Glenwood (Avondale). Rev. Dr. Edward Wheeler, pastor, Rev. Norman Blankenship, eulogist. Friends may call during visitation 6 P.M. till time of services at the church. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. TATE Roy J., beloved husband of Bertha Herbold Tate, dev brother-in-law of George and Grace Herbold, devoted uncle of Jean Llnd (Columbus, OH). Suddenly Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Age 82 years. Resident of Twin Towers. Friends may call at Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., Northslde, Thursday, 5-8 P.M. Funeral services Friday at 10:30 A.M. If desired, memori als may be directed to the Shriners Burns Institute. Death Notices THORNSBURY Norma Mae (nee Shultz), devoted mother of Candice Callahan, Master Sergeant B.J. Nie-lander and SFC Mark Nielander, dearest sister of Dorothy Mott, Vernus Seeders, Onel, Dean and Stanley Shultz, also surviving are nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Tuesday, July 16, 1991. Resident of Morningvlew, KY. Age 62 years. Memorial services 2 P.M., Thursday at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas. No visitation. Body donated to U.C Medical School. Family requests memorials to the American cancer society or the American Heart Associ ation; TUCKER Edward of Williamsburg near Marathon, age 92 years, hus band of the late Hazel Marie Tucker, devoted father of Bet ty McVay of Cherry Grove, William Tucker of Loveland, the late Robert and Edwin M. Tucker, also survived by 15 grandchildren and many great and great -great-grandchildren. Services will be held Friday, 1 1 A.M. at the Moore Funeral Home, 225 Spring St., Batavia where the family will receive friends from 6 until 9 P.M. Thursday. Edward was always there for his neighbors and friends, he retired from Harrt son Tire & Rubber. Burial in Batavia Cemetery. UPHUS Rita C (nee Holtgrewe), be loved wife of William Uphus, devoted mother of Gary, Steve and Bob uphus, Diane Mers- Kelly and Cindy Uphus, also survived by seven grandchildren, dear sister of Norb, WiH and Fr. Don Holtgrewe, Evelyn Kett-ner, La Verne Schoenung, Es ther Eichhorn and the late Howard Holtgrewe. Suddenly Monday, July 15, 1991. Age 66 years. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 1:30 p.m. at si, James Church, Hubble Rd., White Oak. Visitation Wednes day 6-9 P.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City. World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf WURSTER Harold G beloved husband of Ruth Parsons Wurster, dear father of Howard J. (Joe), Harold and Gregory Wurster and Cheryl Derrenkamp, devoted brother of Charles Wurster, also survived by 11 grandchildren. Thursday, July 4, 1991. Age 73 years. Friends may call at the Miller, Busse & Borgmann Funeral Home, 3464 Central Pkwy., Clifton, Friday, 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Patrick Church, Northside, Saturday at 9 A.M. If desried, memorials may be directed to the AMVETS. World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces I Persian Gulf Monuments 10 REBOLD FUNERAL HOME Markers Monuments , Flower Vases 3700 GLENMORE 861-6200 STONECRAFJ 921-8446 92'-56 Granite 4fV Bronze MAKERS STARTWG AT SINGLES DOUBLES $250. $380. Servtcp to f Omptpnes Announcements 20 ANDERSON BAITER & SAHND FUNERAL HOMES INC. 3412 Clifton Avenue 8611 Winton Road 281-0421 J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926 Woodburn 281-8311 ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 W. Mack Johnson & Anderson Funeral Home 1309 E. McMillan St. Cincinnati, OH 45206 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 TUFTS SCHILDMEYER Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 VITT & STERMER MINERAL HOMtS M.MIjihmiii wur Cnu.nnjli (' VORHIS Funeral Home Lockland Springdaie Norwood 821-0062 7712594 631-4884 Florists 35 doiCi "The Florist Since IMS Flowers of beauty A distinction 961-6622 City W,o. 7 Dy (Vlivrry Auction CONTINUED FROM PAGE E-l many, it's a positive sign. First-day sales figures confirmed Hardin: In Monday's two sessions, 112 yearlings sold for $34,357,000, or an average of $306,759. Last year's first day, 113 sold for $34,475,000, an average of $305,088. As the 1 p.m. auction time approached Tuesday, the crowd started into the pavilion. Some stopped to order lunch at counters serving chilled shrimp and chicken a la king. A ring of people arrived early for a seat to watch the auction through a glass wall. Karen Kipp and two associates said they were there to learn. She manages a new brood mare farm in Jasper, Texas. "This is our second year here," said Kipp. "I love Kentucky." She said the thoroughbred industry is growing in Texas and by the fall sales she hopes to have one of her mares at Keeneland. An announcer and three auctioneers - worked Tuesday's sale. They moved the horses quickly on and off the stage, but they didn't hesitate to stop to deliver a sales pitch for a horse they felt should have brought higher bids. The auctioneers watched and listened to four spotters on the floor. "Talk to me," a spotter barked to his quarter of the room. The spotters know the big spenders usually agents in touch with the actual buyers who stay outside the pavilion and communicate with cellular phones. The auction area stayed about a third full Tuesday, but as No. 199's auction time drew closer, seats began to fill. Tension heightened. Light applause followed the session's top bid, made for Japanese businessman Yoshio Asakawa. Through an interpreter, Asakawa said he planned to take the horse to Japan. The yearling came from Will Farish's Lane's End Farm, near Versailles. The farm is where Great Britain's Queen Elizabeth stayed during five Bluegrass visits. Farish called this year's sales great. "I'm very pleased," he said. Sixty-four yearlings were sold Tuesday afternoon for $22,332,000, an average of $348,938. After top-purchaser Asakawa came Vincent O'Brien of Ireland, who paid $1.75 million for a Nijink-sky II colt from Darby Dan Farm, Lexington, and Joe Jamail, a Houston lawyer who bid $1 million for a filly by Mr. Prospector, also from Farish's Lane's End Farm. The Associated Press contributed to this story. 0 V

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