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TC Wednesday, August 7, 1991 II IF CINCINNATI I NQl IK IK MetroF-5 Obituaries Arthur B. Howes, Owensville He turned radio hobby into successful electronics business BY ANTHONY NEELY The Cincinnati Enquirer As a teen-ager in the 1920s, Arthur B. Howes used rolled-oats cartons, wire and a few other gadgets to make crystal radio sets for neighbors. It was the beginning of a lifetime of adventure and public service in the electronics industry. Mr. Howes, who lived in Owensville in Clermont County, died of pneumonia Monday at Clermont Mercy Hospital in Batavia. He was 82. Mr. Howes, a Cincinnati native and Withrow High School graduate, became a self-taught electronics expert. He was president of Mobilcomm Inc., a service company for two-way radio systems, from 1957 to 1976, when he retired. Mobilcomm once installed intercom systems in the bullet-proof limousines of U.S. presidents. Mr. Howes, who loved fishing and rose gardening, was mild-mannered almost to a fault, said his brother, Cyril Howes of Anderson Township. He so stringently avoided arguments that "he never had an enemy," his brother said. "He was a kind, gentle, caring person," said his daughter, Mary Lee Hassan of Owensville. "That was the kind of thing that was said to me all of my life . . . The kind of honesty and genuine human compassion he had isn't found very often these days." Mr. Howes once took his daughter on a late-night drive to return a handful of change to a customer's home. He sometimes did repair work at no charge when customers couldn't afford to pay, and each year he would volunteer to install public address systems for church festivals, his daughter said. Mr. Howes aggressively tackled radio technology when it budded in the 1920s. He was a young teen-ager when he learned radio basics, most likely from a magazine, his brother said. Arthur B. Howes He turned his hobby into a business in 1927, opening a radio repair shop at Brownway and Robertson avenues. He moved the shop twice before opening Howes Sales & Service at Madison Road and Gilmore Avenue in Oakley, in 1936. During World War II, Mr. Howes repaired radar for the military in Dayton. After the war, Mr. Howes and his brother formed a partnership to sell and repair radios and televisions. They later founded Mobilcomm Inc. and Cincinnati Radio Telephone Systems Inc., which provided a transmission center for early car telephones. The firms later merged with two others to form Combined Technology Inc., of New Burlington. Also surviving are two grandchildren. Visitation will be from 9-10 a.m. Thursday at Craver-Hookom Funeral Home, 529 Main St., Mil-ford. Services will follow at 10:15 a.m., at the funeral home. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, 701 E. Ross Ave., St. Bernard. John M. McCaslin Jr. BY JOHN HOPKINS The Cincinnati Enquirer Long before John M. McCaslin Jr. became a highly respected Cincinnati lawyer, he gained acclaim as an Army Air Corps pilot in World War II. "He was a highly decorated pilot," said Robert Imbus, a fellow lawyer who worked with McCaslin for 25 years in the Cincinnati law firm of McCaslin, Imbus & McCaslin. "I think he flew 29 missions over Europe." Mr. McCaslin, 71, a native of College Hill, died Monday at Maple Knoll Retirement Home, Glendale. His son, John McCaslin III, Glendale, said Mr. McCaslin flew bomber missions out of England. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross, his son said. In the legal profession, Mr. McCaslin specialized in civil trial law and represented Queen City Metro in many cases. He retired in January. His colleagues found him difficult to describe. "He was highly respected in the legal profession, reserved, with a dry sense of humor. I guess I really don't know which adjectives to use," Imbus said. Mr. McCaslin attended Princeton University from 1939 to 1942, then served in World War II. After his term of duty ended, he went to law school, attending both Columbia University and the University of Cincinnati, said his wife, Althea. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati 1948. Althea McCaslin, a Glendale resident, talked fondly of her husband as a lawyer, but more so as an outstanding athlete, husband and father. The two were married for 43 years. "He was a very fine golfer and tennis player," she said. "He was also very fond of all his grandchildren, loved athletics, reading and his family." His son, John, remembers him as a tenacious competitor and a very hard worker, devoted to providing for his family. In addition to his wife, oldest daughter and son,' John, he is survived by his mother, Susan B. McCaslin of Springdale; sons Robert B. of Fort Thomas, Ky., and Hugh F. McCaslin of Burlington, Vt.; and 11 grandchildren. There will be no visitation. A funeral service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Monday at Christ Church in Glendale. Entombment will be at the Graceland Cemetery in Sidney, Ohio. Memorials can be sent to the American Cancer Society. Covington officer charged with rape Policeman to be in court today BY SMITA MADAN PAUL The Cincinnati Enquirer A Covington police officer who faces a long list of misconduct charges was arrested Tuesday and charged with raping a 17-year-old Covington girl. Officer Donald W. Roberts, 24,of the 100 block of Man of War Circle in Alexandria, was arrested at 11:30 a.m. at the corner of Second and Court streets in Covington by the Kentucky State Police. He was off duty. A crimi- Roberts nal complaint was filed in Campbell County District Court on Aug. 2, and a warrant for Roberts' arrest was issued Tuesday morning. Roberts was taken to the Campbell County Detention Center and later was released on a $2,000 cash bond. He could not be reached for comment. He is to be formally charged with rape today at 9 a.m. in Campbell District Court. The girl's mother said she and her daughter reported an assault to the Kentucky State Police, who referred it to Campbell County for prosecution. The Enquher does not name victims in rape cases State Police Lt. Terry Evans said Covington Police Chief Jo seph Rieskamp asked the state police to handle the investigation. Rieskamp may not have been informed that the arrest warrant for Roberts was issued Tuesday morning, said Gary Linn, Covington Police Department spokesman. "1 really don't know if he was informed or not (by state police). It's their investigation," Linn said. Rieskamp could not be reached for comment. Misconduct charges filed Roberts was suspended without pay at 2 p.m. Tuesday for allegedly violating department regulations in a series of earlier incidents, Linn said. Roberts has a troubled history with the department, starting shortly after he was liired in June, 1989. Rieskamp has filed 21 violations against Roberts in 10 incidents, beginning Feb. 13, 1990. On that date, after an off-duty car accident, Roberts allegedly followed the other driver home, drew his weapon and pointed it at the person. Roberts also is accused of being drunk and fighting with an Ohio police officer while off duty March 2, 1991. He also faces numerous charges of insubordination, misconduct, failing to respond to police calls and reckless driving. The administrative charges were filed with the Covington city clerk July 19. Rieskamp recommended then that Roberts be dismissed. Sanders CONTINl'KI) FROM PACK F 1 for changes. "He absolutely wants systemic change," Kearns said Tuesday in Cincinnati. "If he sees the need for change, he'll go after it, but it will be all-inclusive. He's a reach-out person." Ted Glaub, a spokesman for the Illinois School Boards Association, said Sanders was a "consensus builder" who .was "very effective 4 in working with the legislature" in lobbying through a 1985 public education reform package. "I'm terribly jealous of Ohio," said Lee Betterman, president of the Illinois Education Association, that state's largest public school teacher's union. "I wish we had him back in Illinois. Betterman praised Sanders, who declines interviews about the OhioJob until he accepts it, for his Democrats: Vehr's drive could be flawed BY HOWARD WILKINSON The Cincinnati Enquirer Some Cincinnati Democrats say there may be legal problems with Councilman Nick Vehr's proposed charter amendment to limit the time council members spend in office. Lawyer Donald Mooney, labor leader V. Daniel Radford and Democratic council candidate Rick Buchanan asked council's law committee Tuesday to have the city solicitor's office research questions about the amendment before putting it on the November ballot. Vehr, a Republican, told the Democrats that they should save their fight against term limitation for the fall campaign and not try to prevent it from reaching the ballot. "This is the purest form of democracy in action there is," Vehr said of the petition drive. Vehr's proposal would limit council members to four consecutive two-year terms. They would have to sit out for two years before running again. The Democrats argued that because many of Vehr's petition circulators lived outside the city, the petitions might violate the Ohio Constitution, which says that such a petition should come from "the electors of the municipality." Robert Johnstone, assistant city solicitor, said city lawyers have found no problem with petition circulators who live outside the city. If Vehr's charter amendment is on the ballot and is approved by voters, four council veterans could be prohibited from running again in 1993 Mayor David Mann, Vice Mayor Peter Strauss, and Council-men John Mirlisena and Guy Guck-enberger. opposition to public aid to private schools, his continued efforts mostly unsuccessful to push through a tax increase for public schools and his strong support of early-childhood education. "He worked very closely with teachers. You knew he was always listening. He was never abrasive. He was a very strong leader here," addnd Betterman. Death Notices ALBKKS Virginia M. (nee Feiertagl, beloved wife of the late Frank A. Albers. devoted mother ot Gerry Albers, dear grandmother of Todd and Scott Albers. August 5, 1991 Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd, Kenwood, Friday 47 P.M. and Saturday 9-9 45 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Vincent Ferrer Church, 10 AM. It desired, memorials may be directed to St. Vincent Ferrer Landscape Fund or Friarhurst Retreat Center, 8 134 Wooster Pk., Cincinnati, 45227 ARNOLD Wendell, beloved husband of Carrie D. Arnold (nee Thomas), loving brother of Henrietta Tanner of Cleveland, OH, Rev. William Warren and John Arnold both of Cincinnati, David Tucker of San Antonio, TX, devoted nephew of Emma Tucker, Eper, Irene, Henry, and Romalious Adkins, also survived by several nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends. August 5, 1991 in his 56th year. Funeral services Friday, 12 Noon, 1st Baptist Church, Kennedy Heights, 6201 Red Bank Rd Rev Earl S Wagner, pastorofticiating, Rev. Carl P. Adkins eulogist. Friends may call from 10 A.M. until time of services at the church. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Sunday School of 1st Baptist Church. 15 A IK I) Laura F. (nee Seaborn), beloved wife of the late Marion (Mike) Baird, step-mother of Michael Ray Baird, dear sister of Ruby Lainhart, Opal Reese, Margaret Spade, Mathias (Dick), William (Bill), Sam L, and Ivan J. Seaborn, also survived by several grandchildren. August a, 1991. Residence Mt. Washington. Service T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Thursday, August 8 at 11 A.M. Friends may call Thursday 10-11 A.M. Memorials may be sent to Anderson Twp Paramedic Fund. BKl!M).(iE Virginia, Funeral services Friday, Macon, GA. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home: DKIMOSS Rosemary (nee Harbaugh), beloved wife of David W. DeMoss Sr., dear mother of David De-Moss Jr., Gloria Sue Maggard, Larry DeMoss and Carol De-Moss, also survived by ten grandchildren. August 6, 1991. Residence Amelia. Age 59. Friends may call at the EC Nurre Funeral Home, St. Rt. 125, Amelia, Wednesday 5-8 PM, Funeral service Thursday, August 8 at II A.M. Inter-ment Mt. Moriah Cemetery. DOTY Rose White, loving sister of Nan Cavanaugh and Oscar White, Richmond, KY, also survived by one brother-in-law, four nieces, two nephews, two great-nieces, one great-neph ew and a host of friends. Au gust 5, 1991, Friends may call tonight at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, corner of Walter and Altoona Sis, Wednesday, August 7, from 6 P.M.until 7 P M. Pride ot the Valley Chapter 71 O E.S. serv ice 7 P.M. Funeral service 7:30 P.M. Rev. Grayson Atha, pas tor. Interment 11:30 A.M., Thursday, White Family Ceme tery, Briartown, KY. Thomp son Funeral Service. DOYLE Mr Joseph Louis, devoted husband to Mrs. Thelma Jean (Nee Chalk) Doyle, beloved la ther of Mrs. Jean Beetle and stepfather of Mr. Bill Draughn and Mrs. Sue Gainer, also survived by eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. Resident ot Southgate, Ken tucky. Passed away Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Age 83 years. Funeral service win be conducted at the convenience of the family. No visitation. Interment in the Ravenscreek Cemetery, Hinton, KY. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. Allison & Rose Funeral Home, Inc. Robbins Street & Madison Ave, Covington, KY serving the family. DUNTON James. Funeral services Hamil ton, GA, Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. FITZGERALD Alberta J. (nee Nieporte), wife ot the late Sylvester M FiU-gerald, devoted mother of Wil liam F. Fltigerald, dear sister of Vernon Nieporte, moth er -In-law of Susan B Fitzgerald, grandmother of Clint Fitiger aid. August 5, 1991. Age 85 years. Residence Anderson Township Mass of Christian Burial Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Friday, August 9 at 10:30 A M Memorials may be sent to charity of your choice. T. P. White & Sons Fu-neral Home serving the family. FRANZ Paul i beloved husband ot Vera J Franj (nee Liddle), devot ed lather of Larry L. Noppert, loving grandfather ot Jamie, Tonya and Joseph Noppert, dear brother of Rita Kraus, Dorothy Beckham and William Fran:, also survived by nieces and nephews. Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Age 68 years. Visitation Thursday 7-9 P.M. at the Ar go-Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home, 100 S. Miami Ave., Cleves. Mass of Christian Burial Friday at 10:30 A.M. at St. Joseph Church of North Bend, Memorials If so desired, may be directed to the Miami Cen-ter or to the Cleves Life Squad GAMBLE Jane Andrews, age 77 of Happy Valley Farm, Danville, KY, died Monday at her home after an illness. Born May 27, 1914 in Cincinnati, OH, she was the daughter of the late Albert K. and Carrie Sullivan Andrews. A breeder ot American Sad dlebred and Thoroughbred horses, she also showed horses in many area horse shows. She was the widow of Edwin C Gamble and was pre deceased by a son Robert A. Heistand. Survivors Include two daughters Mrs. Scott (Betce) Rea gan ot Louisville, K Y and Janet H. K oiler ot Danville, KY and three grandchildren. Graveside service wiH be held at I P.M., Thursday, August ( at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, otliciated by the Rev. Richard Hill. She was a member ot the Seventh Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati, member ot the D A R , the Garden Club ot Dan ville and the Keeneiand Club. Family suggests that memori als take the form of contributions to Danville-Boyle County Rescue Squad or Danville Boyle County Humane Society. Stith Funeral Home, 318 W. Broad way, Danville, KY in charge of arrangements. Death Notice FELTS Dorothy E., age 76, born June II, 1915. Resident of St. Paul Lutheran Village, 5515 Madison Rd , survived by son Albert W Felts, Fairfax, OH and daughter Joyce A. Casper of Georgetown, OH, nine grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren. Visitation O Nell Funeral Home, Corbin, KY, Wednesday 69 P.M. Funeral service Thursday morning. FUGATE Ronald G , beloved husband ot Tracy Bragg Fugate, son ot Ronald G. and the late Bonny Niemann Fugate, brother of Rochelle, Greg and Amanda Fugate, grandson of Charles and Sue Niemann. Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Residence Marathon, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Thursday, August 8, 10 A M. Visitation Wednesday 7-9 P.M. Masonic services by Hamer Lodge-Ow- ensvllle, 7:30 P.M. GORDON Ida Mae, devoted mother of Michelle Crosby, Deirdre Wil liams, Lisa Spencer and Roset- ta Ryles, dear daughter of Isaac Bowens, loving sister of Edna Gordon, Vernetta Mae Hawkins, Samuel and Isaac Bowens Jr., also survived by ten grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, a host ot other relatives and friends. August 2, 1991 at age 58. Funeral services Saturday, 11 A M. at Lincoln Heights Baptist Church, 9991 N. Wayne Ave., Wood-lawn. Friends may call Friday 6-8 P.M. at the church. Rev, Freddie T. Piphus, officiating. Interment Spring Grove Ceme tery. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne Ave., Lockland. Death Notices LEAMAN Grace M, (nee Spangler), beloved wile ot the late William V Leaman, devoted mother of Dolores Kuhn and William Charles Leaman, also survived by six grandchildren and four great grandchildren, sister-in-law ot Veryna Spangler Monday, August 5, 1991. Age 83 years. Resident ot The Meadows ot Maple Knoll Village Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 11365 Springfield Pk., Springdale, Thursday, August 8, 1991 from 1 P.M. until time of services at 2 P.M. It desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the The Meadows Memorial Fund. HAYES Mae, beloved mother of Leroy Taylor and Roy Bryant, sister ot Soloman, Jake, Malachi, Benjamin and Fannie Lewis and Johnnie James, also survived by six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other rela tives and friends. August 4, 1991, Friends may call Friday from 11 A M. until time ot service 12 Noon at the Southern Baptist Church, Lexington and Reading Rds., Rev. James Milton, pastor. Interment Vine Street Hill Cemetery. Jamison t Jamison In charge of arrangements. II1GGINS Urban M. "Urb", beloved husband of Catherine C. Higglns (nee Vitucci), dear father of Kathleen Conly, Christine Hof-tecker of Burlington, NC, Timothy G. and Michael U. Higgins, Antoinette Mulkey of Warren-ton, VA, Eileen Downard and Mary Jo Phillips, also survived by 20 grandchildren, dear brother of Kathryn Haap, Antoinette Loesch and Rita Uehlein. Monday, August 5, 1991. Age 76 years. Lifetime member of the D A V. and Purcell Council 2798 K of C. Visitation Friday, August 9 from 9 A.M. to 10 15 A.M. at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10 30 A.M. at St. Aloysius Church, Bridgetown. Memorials to the Right to Life, 1802 W. Galbraith Rd., 45239. Burial St. Mary Cemetery. HILL Dr. Robert C , loving husband of Martha Siehl Hill, devoted father of Susan Schmaltz ot Fairfield, OH and Dr. David S. Hill of Georgetown, ME, dear father-in-law of Frank G. Schmaltz and Joan Herbers Hill, beloved grandfather of Dr. Kathryn A., Dr Robert A and Richard A. Schmaltz, David M., Timotny S., Michael F. and Daniel C. Hill, Valerie Konstan-tine and greatgrandfather of four. Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Age 83 years. Resident of College Hill Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowl-ton St., Northside, Thursday 6-8 P.M. Funeral service Friday at 130 P.M. Memorials, If so desired, may be directed to the Arthritis Foundation, SW OH Chapter, 7811 Laurel Ave., 45243 Interment In Spring Grove Cemetery Mausoleum. JOHNSON Beatrice, age 90, formerly of 401 N Second St., Nicholasville, widow of Charles H. Johnson, died Monday evening at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. A native of Jessamine County, born September 28, 1900 to the union of the late George and Maggie Frye Sebastian. She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church, Cincinnati. Survivors include three brothers Elbert, Brown and Robert L. Sebastian, one sister -In-law Sal-lie Mae Sebastian, one niece Jean E. Bell, two nephews Oscar A. Sebastian and Raymond Braden and a host of great-nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services will be 1230 P.M., Thursday at the Thompson Funeral Home, 820 Lincoln Ave. Burial In Spring Grove Cemetery. Visitation after 11 A M. at the funeral home O.L. Hughes & Sons Mortuary, Lexington, KY in charge of arrangements. JOSEPH Mary (nee Boeh), beloved wife of the late David Joseph, dear brother of Daniel Boeh, dear uncle of three nieces and three nephews. Sunday, August 4, 1991, age 83 years. Residence Cincinnati, OH. Services convenience of the family. No visitation. Her body was donated to U.C. College ot Medicine. Memorials to the American Heart Association. Dobbling Funeral Home serving the family. KELLERMAN Henry G., beloved husband of the late Juanita (Bobbie) Kei-lerman (nee Robinson), beloved father of Barbara Pope, Linda Layer, Patricia Jernigan, Mary Miller, Beverly Alexander, Alan, Paul, Robert, Joseph and Lawrence Kellerman, dear brother of Mae Kramer, Ruth Even, Grace Scherer, August and Art Kellerman and the late Charles and Paul Kellerman and Jean Windt, also survived by 20 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Monday, August 5, 1991. Age 69 years. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hi, Wednesday from 6-9 P M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Margaret Mary Church, Thursday, II A M Re membrances may be made to the American Cancer Society LYONS Regina B (nee Bean), beloved wile ot Jack E Lyons Jr., dear mother ot John Lyons, Kathy Lyons and Bill Lyons, daughter of Anna Bean, grandmother of Brad and Tory Lyons. Sunday, August 4, 1991. Age 70 years. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd, Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday 6-9 PM. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A M., Thursday, St. Gertrude Church, Madeira Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association or the Arthritis Foundation. KIRC.HGESSNER Nicholas George, beloved husband of Henrietta Klrchgessner (nee Rosen), dear brother ot Mrs. Edna Smith and Mrs. Mae West. August 5, 1991. Age 78. Residence Hlgginsport, OH Cremation Hillside Chapel. Private services to follow at the convenience of the family. Ca-hall Funeral Home serving the family. MAIER Eunice Pearl (nee Klingelhot-fer), beloved wile ot the late Karl W. Maier, dear mother of Karl G. Maier ot Houston, TX, dear mother-in-law ot Lois Maier, loving grandmother ot Karl Kurt Maier and Marian Lois Richards, dear sister of Doris Cynak, Thursday, August 1, 1991, age 83 years, in Houston, TX formerly of Cincinnati Friends are welcome to attend the graveside service at Arlington Memorial Gardens, 2145 Compton Rd., Mt. Healthy, Friday at II A.M. by assembling at the cemetery entrance by 10 55 A M Mrs Maier was a member ot the O E S and St Paul United Church of Christ. MENKIIUS Arthur C Sr., beloved husband of Louise Meer Menkhaus, dear father of Arthur C. Menkhaus Jr., Robert W, Menkhaus and the late Mary Louise Hor-stmeyer, brother ot the late Edward Menkhaus, also survived by 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Age 86. Visitation Thursday from 5-8 P.M. at the Harry Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway Ave. (opposite the Covedale Cinema). Memorial Mass St. Catharine Church, Friday at 9 A.M. Remembrances may be made to Hillebrand Nursing Home. NORRIS Marge E. (nee Cornish). Tues day, August 6, 1991 Residence near Batavia, OH. Age 61 years. Funeral service II A M Thursday, Thompson-Stevens Funeral Home, Mt Orab, OH Visitation 6-8 P.M., Wednesday. Memorials Hospice of Cincinnati. RINCK William, beloved husband of Gayla Rinck (nee Kraus), dear father of Mrs. Charles (Shirley) Berendsen of Cape Coral, FL, Mr. Lawrence (Rose mary) Rinck, Mr. Ralph (Nina) Rinck ot Sarasota, FL and Mr David (Jean) Rinck of York town, VA, also survived by eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Sunday, August 4, 1991. Age 98 years Visitation Thursday, August 8 trom 9-10 A M. at the Neid hard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood followed by Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 30 A.M. at St. Jude's Church, Bridgetown. Burial St. Joseph New Cemetery. Memo rials may be made to the church or St Anthony Friary, 5000 Colerain Ave. ROGERS Charles L. "Bud", beloved hus band of Carol Taylor Rogers, devoted father of Peggy Galvin and George Rogers, grandfa ther ot Robyn Elizabeth and Shawn Galvin, Tyler Daniel and Caitlyn Rae Rogers, brother of Edna Mae Emery. Tuesday, August 6, 1991. Residence Sto- nelick Twp Services Evans Fu neral Home, Milford, Friday August 9th at 10 A M. Visitation Thursday 6 9 P M SCHNEIDER Marcella (nee Sperber), be loved wife ot Robert, loving mother ot Thomas, Dennis and Lawrence, beloved grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of nine. August 1, 1991 Age 76. Memorial service to be held 10 30 A M., Saturday, Au gust 10 at St. Martin ot Tours Church, Glenmore Ave Arrangements handled by Vitt- Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, Harrison Ave. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabe tes Association and the American Kidney Foundation. STITES Margaret J., beloved wife of the late Raymond Stites, dear mother ot Mary E. Burger, George Stites and the late Thomas Stites, also seven grandchildren, 16 great-grand children and three great-great' grandchildren. Tuesday, Au gust 6, 1991. Age 92 years. No visitation. Friends are welcome to attend Mass ot Christian Burial St. Peter . Paul Church, Reading, Thursday at 9 30 A M Hodapp Funeral Home, Lar thage serving the tamily. SWORMSTEDT Helen C , 91, beloved wife ot the late Charles W Swormstedt, devoted mother of Allan L Swormstedt and Catherine C Swormstedt, dear grandmoth er ot Jeffrey and Randolph Swormstedt, also survived by two great-grandchildren. Au gust 4, 1991 in Encinitas, CA. No visitation. Graveside services Thursday, August 8, 11 AM Rest Haven Cemetery. If de sired, memorials to charity of one's choice. Thomas Memori al in charge ot arrangements. TAYLOR Richard C, beloved husband of Mrs. Bettie Taylor (nee Schmitz), devoted lather of Debbie Brenner, Richard A. Thomas J., Jeffrey E. Taylor, dear grandfather of nine grand children, and brother ot Mrs Ruth Steltenkamp, James S. and the late William E. Taylor, Monday , August 5, 1991 Resl dent ot Ft. Thomas, K Y. Age 67 years. Mass of Christian Burial Friday 10 A M at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Ft Thomas KY. Prayers Friday 930 A M at the Muehlenkamp Erschell Ft. Thomas Funeral Home, 427 S. Ft, Thomas Ave. Visitation Thursday 5-8 P.M. For mure (.ompli'te information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAN IK TIMK DATK I-'l'NI-RAl, HOMK AiBfRS. Virqimo M 10 00 A M Aug 10 Thomas Memonol 2 ASNOID. Wendell I ? 00 Noon Aug 9 Holl-Jordon BAIRD laurof 1 1 00AM Aug 8 TP White & Sons BRUNDAGE, Virginia Aug 9 Hall-Jordan (Macon, GAI DEMOSS, Rosemary 1 1 00 AM Aug 8 f. C Nurre DOTY Cose While 7 30PM Aug 7 Thompson DO'LE. Joseph lows Allison & Rose DUNTON, James Hall-Jordan IHomillon, GAI Ff ITS, Dorothy E. Aug 8 O Neil ICorbm, KYI FITZGERALD. Alberto J 10 30AM Aug 9 TP White Sons FRANZ, Paul J. 10 30 AM Aug 9 Argo-Bolton ' tunstord fUGATE, Ronald G I OOP AM, Aug 8 Evans GAMBIE, Jane Andrews 100 PM, Aug 8 SMh (Donville. KY) GORDON, Ida Mae 1100AM Aug 10 Holl-Jordon HAYES, Mae 1 2 00 Noon Aug 9 Jamison i Jamison HIGGINS, Urban M 10 30AM Aug 9 Neidhord-Mmges Hilt, Dt Robert C. 130PM Aug 9 Chos A Miller Sons JOHNSON, Beatrice 12 30PM Aug 8 Thompson JOSEPH, Mary Dobblmi KEtlERMAN, Henry G KIRCHGESSNER, Nicholas G. It 00AM Aug 8 Hodapp Cohall IGeorgetown, OHI LEAMAN, Grace M 200 PM. Aug 8 Vorhis lYONS.RegmoB 10 00AM Aug 8 Nurre Bros, MAIER, Eunice Pearl H00AMAug9 Hodapp MENKHAUS, ArlhurC Sr 900AM Aug 9 Horry Meyer & Geiser NORRIS, MorgeE 1100 AM Aug 8 Thompson-Steven; RINCK. William 10-30AM Aug 8 Neidhord-Mmges ROGERS, Chariest 1000AM Aug 9 Evans SCHNEIDER, Marcella 1030AM. Aug. 10 Vitt-Stermer & Anderson STITES. Morqoret J 9 30AM Aug 8 Hodapp SWORMSTEDT, Helen C 1100AM Aug 8 Thomas Memonol TAYIOR Richard C 10:00AM, Aug 9 Muehlenliomp-Erschell THOMPSON, Monlynn A TURNtR, Pamela Diane 12 30PM Aug 7 Neidhord-Mmges 1 1 00 AM Aug 10 Hall-Jordan VANSCHAIK Horry Strowser VILVENS, Bermce 10 00 A M, Aug 8 Hannah-Tufts Schild-meyer WAUON Anno l2 00NoonAug8 Holl-Jordon WAITQN Charles Jr. 100PM Aug 7 Holl-Jordon WESIEY. Charles T 1100AM Aug 9 Chos A Miller Sons WHITE. Michael T II 00 AM Aug 9 T P While & Sons WIUIAMS, Joseph Sr II 00 AM Aug 9 Hall-Jordan YAZEIt, Dudley 2:00PM Aug 8 T P White & Sons ZERHUSEN. Edi'h M 10 30 AM Aug 8 Henry innemonn Sons Death Notices THOMPSON Marilynn A. (nee Wester-mann), beloved mother of Dr. Gary A. Thompson of Cincinnati, Dudley J. Thompson of Columbus, OH and Bradley R Thompson, Cincinnati, beloved daughter ot Norma E. Wester-mann and the late A C. Wester-mann, grandmother of Laura and Melissa Thompson, dear sister of Lois Alexander and Sandra Brose Monday, August 5, 1991 Age 60 years. Visitation Wednesday, August 7 trom 11 A M. until time of services at 1230 PM. at the Neidhard-Mmges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood with burial immediately following at Bridgetown Cemetery. Memorial donations to Hospice of Cincinnati, 27 10 Reading Rd., 45206. Tl'RNER Pamela Diane. Funeral services Saturday. 11 AM, Southern Baptist Church, Avondale Visitation from 10 A M. until time of services at the church Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. VANSCHAIK Harry, beloved husband ot Jane VanSchaik, devoted father of Marjolein V Ancona, dear grandfather of Shane Ancona, brother of Paul VanSchaik. Monday, August 5, 1991. Residence Montgomery. Services to be held at the convenience of the tamily. For those who choose contributions may be made to Rescue Community Center, 843 Lexington Ave, Cincinnati, 45229 Arrangements by Strawser Funeral, 791-7203. VILVENS Bernice of Blanchester. Visitation 5-9 p.m., Wednesday, Hannah-Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Blanchester. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 10 A.M. at Sacred Heart Chapel of the Ursuline Sisters of Brown County, St. Martin, OH. WALTON Anna. Funeral services Thursday, 12 Noon, Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N Wayne Avenue, Lockland. Visitation 1112 Noon. WESLEY Charles T., loving father of Charles Jr. and William Wesley, devoted grandfather of Rusty Wesley Sunday, August 4, 1991 Age 48 years Friends may call at the Chas. A Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., North-side, Friday, 9:30 AM. until time ot funeral service at II A.M. Interment in Baltimore Pike Cemetery. WHITE Michael T., beloved husband of Donna M. White (nee Smith), devoted father of Jenniter Marie White, dear son of Betty McNamara, step-son ot Clifford W White, brother of Douglas and Gregory White, Sharon Ries and Maribeth Mai-ton, August 5, 1991, residence Withamsville, Ohio Services at TP. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington on Friday, August 9 at 11 A.M. Friends may call on Friday from 10 A M. to II A.M. Death Notices WALTON Charles Jr. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 P.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, Gilbert Av-enue. Visitation 12-1 P M. YAZELL Dudley, husband of the late Mary Fern Yazell (nee Brown), devoted father of Ger-aldine Bntton, Sandy Schlachta, Orville Jr. and the late Ronald Yazell, brother of Russell and Harold Yazell, Dorothy Walter and Louise Snyder, also survived by nine grandchildren and one great-grandson, August 5, 1991, residence Mt. Washington. Services at T P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt, Washington on Thursday, August 8 at 2 P M. Friends may call Thursday 1 P.M. to 2 P.M. Memorials to American Heart Assoc. ZERHUSEN Edith M. (nee Niemeier), beloved wife ot the late Joseph Zerhusen, loving mother of Mary Jane Lueke, Ralph "Pears", Albert "Ernie", Elmer "Monk" Zerhusen and Thomas Niemeier, dear sister of Edward and Irvin Niemeier, dear grandmother ot 27, great-grandmother of 61 and great great-grandmother ot three. Monday, August 5, 1991. Age 92. Residence Covington, KY. Mass of Christian Burial, Thursday, 10:30 A.M., Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington. Friends may caH at the Henry Linnemann Sons Funeral Home, Covington, Thursday 8 30 AM until 10 A.M. Interment win be in Mother of God Cemetery, Covington. Memorials may be made In the form of Masses or to the chari-. ty of donor's choice. World War I Vet World War II vet 'Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran 'Armed Forces Persian Gull Monuments 10 STONECRAFJ 921-8446 1 921-5690 Granrte Bronze SMGUS DOUBLES $250. 380. Announcements 20 DALBERT-WOODRUFF FUNt.RAL HOME 922 1010 2860 Boudinot at Queen City mm WEIL rl'NRRAL HOME Ml HADING RD J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926Woodburn 281-8311 WILLIAMS Joseph Sr Funeral services Friday, II AM, Golden Gate Baptist Church, 9 W, McMick-en. Visitation from 10 A.M. until time ot services at the church Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home ELDEN A. GOOD 26?0 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948 1113 948 1113 WITT, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-01Q5 Florists 35 (ler Tht Florist Sinrt M6S Funeral Flower of beauty A distinction 961-6622 City Wide, 7 Day Delivery Dayton is honored as an All-America City THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Dayton, Ohio, was among 10 U.S. communities presented with All-America Cities awards Tuesday by President Bush in a White House ceremony. "These communities prove the power of partnership," Bush said. "Across this country, citizens, government, business and volunteer groups are cooperating to confront community issues together. These communities recognize the responsibility of citizenship." Bush presented plaques to each of the winners, represented pri marily by their mayors, city council presidents or county chairmen. The winning communities are Dayton; Baltimore; Newark, N.J.; Albany, N.Y.; Austin, Texas; Gothenburg, Neb.; Gadsden, Ala.; Greencastle, Ind.; Greensboro, N.C.; and Winchester-Frederick County, Va.

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