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TCF Tuesday, September 24, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB-3 Obituaries Death Notices For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. Charles Fedders, Lakeside Park He was retired president of J.H. Fedders Feed & Seed Co. FUNERAL HOME BY BETH MENGE H He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a past vice president of the Northern Kentucky Area Chamber of Commerce. He was a charter member of Summit Hills Country Club and a member of Blessed Sacrament Church in Fort Mitchell. In his spare time, Mr. Fedders enjoyed sports. He liked to golf and was a fan of both the Cincin- The Cincinnati Enquirer At 13, Charles W. Fedders worked part time bagging corn, wheat and oats, and stitching the bags by hand at his grandfather's feed and seed store in Covington. He later joined the company full time, first as a truck driver, and then as a salesman, purchasing agent and president of J.H. Fedders Feed & Seed Co. Five years ago, he retired to travel and spend more time with his family. Mr. Fedders, 81, died early Sunday after suffering a heart attack in his Lakeside Park home. "He was always pretty much of a gentleman and a good church-going man," said a brother, William of Fort Mitchell. "He raised a good family. He was always honest and sincere in his dealings." The business is now run by William Fedders, another brother, Richard K. Fedders of Crestview Hills, and their children. Charles Fedders loved dealing with farmers, his brother said. "Our business was very close-knit with the farmers. They were our business. They were just great people to do business with; always were so honest," said William Fedders. Mr. Fedders was a member of the Men of Milford, a Catholic retreat organization in Milford. He attended the group's retreats each March. Cherles Fedders nati Reds and the Bengals. Until two or three years ago, he held Bengals season tickets. In addition to his brothers, he is survived by his wife, Dorothy "Dot" Fedders; a son, Charles W. Fedders II of Edge wood; a sister, Mernie Janning of Fort Mitchell; and three grandchildren. Visitation will be from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. today at Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home in Erlanger. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Fort Mitchell. Entombment will be in St. Mary Mausoleum in Fort Mitchell. Memorials can be made to the Diocesan Catholic Children's Home, Box 17007, Fort Mitchell 41017, or Redwood School and Rehabilitation Center, 71 Orphanage Road, Fort Mitchell. Helen Mason Nieb 5 ' ' 4-' I caring nature from a young age, said a sister, Mary Grace Codding-ton of College Hill. Mrs. Nieb had a sense of humor that smoothed over any family conflict, Codding-ton said. "She was a nurturing and protective sister, and brought much joy and happiness into our lives," Coddington said. "She was always there, cheerful with a smile, en- BY BRENDA J. BREAUX The Cincinnati Enquirer Helen Mason Nieb of Wyoming, a longtime community volunteer, died Saturday of cancer. She was 81. Mrs. Nieb began a career of volunteering with the Franciscan Terrace Retirement Center in Hartwell. She ran the thrift shop at the center. Because of her energy and imagination, Mrs. Nieb was voted Volunteer of the Year at the center in 1989. Before she became ill, Mrs. Nieb was serving as president of the St. Claire Guild at Franciscan Terrace. "She's been an outstanding volunteer with the Terrace and the guild itself. She has been outstanding with the residents," said guild member Martha Eby. "She was just an outstanding and caring person in my book." Mrs. Nieb supported activities at St. Pius Church in Cumminsville, sponsoring a booth for several years at the annual festival. For more than 40 years, she worked at the Brazil Novelty shop in Northside, providing decorations, materials and creative ideas for many festive occasions. As the eldest of 11 siblings, Mrs. Nieb showed a Helen Nieb couraging us and introducing us to nicer things and protecting us. She was sort of the peacemaker in the family." Also surviving are her husband, Clifford Nieb; two brothers, Raymond Mason of Northside and John Mason of Groesbeck; three other sisters, Marcella Engel of Groesbeck, Shirley Froome of Wichita, Kan., and La Verne Burton of North College Hill. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. James of the Valley Church, 411 Springfield, Wyoming. Memorials can be made to Hospice of Cincinnati, 2710 Reading Road, Cincinnati 45206. 5 Death Notices EFFINGER Hilda, age 85. Calling Tuesday 5-8 P.M., Bovards, Versailles, IN. Services 10 A.M., Wednesday, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Madison. HUFFMAN Christopher James Jr., beloved son ot Christopher James Huff man Sr. and Barbara L. Eads Huffman, beloved brother of Meaghan Nicole Huffman, dear grandson of James and Doris Huffman and Anthony and Margaret j. tads, dear great- grandson of Dolores Schneider and Mildred Huffman, also survived by several aunts, uncles and cousins. Sunday, Septem ber 22, 1991. Residence Taylor MM, KY. Age 11 days. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M., Friday, September 27 at St. An thony Church, Taylor Mill, KY. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Erlanger. Memorials are suggested to Childrens Hospital, Cincinnati. Friends may call Thursday from 6-8 P.M. at the Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home, 461 Elm St., Ludlow. HYDE Rose (nee Niedenthal), widow of Bud Hyde, beloved sister of Cecelia Ortman. Monday, September 23, 1991, age 76. Residence Metamora, IN. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. (E.S.T.), Wednesday at St. Mi chael Church, Brook ville. Visitation after 9 A.M., Wednesday, Cook Funeral Home. Memorials to the charity of the donor's choice. , KELSAY Dorothy J. (nee Geyer), wife of the late Paul Kelsay, beloved mother ot Carol Sanlord, Ann Arbor, Ml and Edward Corry, grandmother of Mark and Mike Sanford, Diane Gabbard, Barbara Spriggs, Brian, David, Steven and Keith Corry, also survived by six great-grandchildren. Suddenly, Saturday, September 21, 1991, age 70. Visitation at the Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Road at Pippin, Wednesday from 9:30 A.M. until time of service at 11 A.M. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Childrens Hospital. KOESTLIN Hubert J. "Jack", beloved husband of Edna Koestlin (nee Heuer), devoted father of Ar-lene Liebing, dear grandfather of Allen and Alissa Liebing. Sunday, September 22, 1991. Age 87 years. Visitation Wednesday from 10-11 A.M. at the Bolton 4 Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Funeral Service Wednesday at 11 A.M. Memorials may be given to St. Luke united Church ot Christ or the American Cancer Society. LUTSKY Ida Reckseit, 96 of Orthodox Jewish Home, beloved wife of the late Israel Lutsky, devoted mother ot Judy Heldman, Bernard Reckseit and the late Ar thur Reckseit, also survived by eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Private services at the convenience ot the family. No visiting at the tamiiys residence. MARISCHEN Ruth M., loving daughter of the late Fred and Margaret IThlnnes) Marlschen, dear sis ter of Dorothy Tappe and Toni Schwarz and the late Jean Hoi-man, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Suddenly Saturday, September 21, 1991 Age 67. Visitation Tuesday from 6-8 P.M. at the Harry Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway Ave., opposite the Covedale Cinema. Mass of Christian Burial St. Lawrence Church, Wednesday at 9:30 A.M. MENDEL Otto of Boca Raton, FL, beloved husband of Christel Mendel, devoted father of Lisa and Julian Loshin and Charles and Phyllis Mendel, loving grandfather of Karen and David Lefton and Brian Mendel. Services Well Funeral Home, 3901 Read ing Rd Wednesday, Septem ber 25, 1 P.M. The family will receive triends at me home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mendel Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Memorial contributions to the charity of choice would be appreciated. MENGES-MENZ Elaine H. (nee Neiheisel), be loved wife of the late Harold F. Menz and C. Paul Menges, lov ing mother of Darlene, Harold J. and Greg Menz, step-mother of Mary Menges and Monica Bianton, grandmother ot Mat thew, Michael and Kelly Menz, step-grandmother of Chris and Nathan Bianton, sister of Vin cent and James Neiheisel and the late Jack Neiheisel. Sudden ly, Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 64 years. Friends may call at the vitt, stermer a, Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi Rd., Wednesday, September 25 from 9:30-11:30 A.M. Funeral Mass Our Lady of Victory Church, 12 Noon. If desired, contributions may be made to the American Heart Associa tion. MEYER Margaret, survived by one son Joe Meyer, two grandchildren, one great-granddaughter. Fu neral 10 A.M., Wednesday, Fltch-Denney Funeral Home. Visitation Tuesday evening 6-8 P.M. Donations to the Law- renceburg Rescue Unit. NEELEY George W., beloved husband of Mildred Neeley (nee Heltnch), devoted father of Dr. G. Steven Neeley, dear father-in-law of Ann Neeley. September 23, 1991. Age 65. Funeral service will be Thursday, September 26 at 12 Noon In the Schmidt-Dhon-au Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd., Sharonville. Relatives and friends may call Wednes day from 5-8 P.M. Memorials may be made fo the American cancer society, Hospice ot (.In tl., or the S.P.C.A. NEU Martha L., dew sister of Mar garet A. Neu. September 22, 1991. Friends may can at the Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madlsonvllle, Wednesday, September 25 from 9 A.M. until time of service at 1 1 A.M. Interment Confi dence Cemetery, Georgetown, UH. Death Notices ROLL Angela Dawn of Blanchester, daughter ot Wilma Combs Hot-lon and Roger L. RoH, stepdaughter ot Linda Fowler RoN and Chad HoWon, sister of Robbie and Brian Roil, step-sister of Amy Wischmann, Scarlett Ko-sar, Jeff Young, Chad and Brett Hollon, granddaughter of Raymond and Alta Hampton Combs, step-granddaughter of I naa ana Martha Curran Fowl er. Sunday, September 22, 1991 in her 19th year. Friends will be received 6-8 P.M., Tuesday at Hannah-Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Blanchester where services wil be held Wednesday, September 25 at 1 P.M. The family has requested that memorial contributions be di rected to the Leukemia Society of Cincinnati, OH. RUSSELL Miriam T., beloved wife of the late Harold E. Russell, devoted mother of Harold Keith and Terrence E. Russell, six grand children, sister of James Tar-kington. Sunday, September 22, 1991. Residence Cincinnati. Friends may call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Wednesday 6-9 p.m. where funeral services will be Thursday at 11 A.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to the Cincinnati Zoo or charity of your choice. SCHAWB Nell, age 60 of Seaman, OH, formerly of Cincinnati, died Saturday, September 21, 1991 at the Cincinnati Veterans Hospital, he is survived by his wife Barbara (Ottlinger), three sons David of Peebles, Daniel of Hillsboro, Robert of Fincastle, one daughter Susan Howlett of Seaman, grandson William David Schwab of Peebles, five step-grandchildren, mother Elizabeth Schwab, Cincinnati, brothers Donald of Cincinnati, Ralph of Kissimmee, FL, mother-in-law Lena Ottlinger. Visitation 11 A.M. to 2 P.M., Wednesday. Funeral services 2 P.M., Wednesday at the Lewis-Sullivan Funeral Home, Seaman, OH'. Burial Mt. Leigh Cemetery, Seaman. SIMONE- CAROTHERS Helen Olmsted, wife of the late Thomas Abbott Carothers and Walter Slmone, beloved mother of Dr. Charles O. Carothers, dear grandmother of Dr. Thomas A. and S. Cole Carothers, and Mrs. Lisa Morgan, St. Louis, MO, also ten great-grandchildren. Friday, September 20, 1991. Hyde Park. Funeral services will be Tuesday, 11 A.M. at the Spring Grove Cemetery-Norman Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army or your favorite Charity. Arrangements by the W. Mack Johnson & Anderson Funeral Home, Walnut Hills. SMITH-GREEN Glida A., beloved wife of the late Robert J. Smith and the late Russell O. Green, devoted mother of Billy J. and the late Russel K. Green, loving grandmother of Connie, Randy and Mike, dear sister-in-law of Dorothy Ehling. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 86 years. Formerly of Mt. Adams. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Thursday from 10 A.M. until time of funeral service at 11 A.M. SNIDER David E., beloved husband of Juanita Snider, dear son of Rose and David Snider, dear father of Sandra Beckler and David L. Snider, dear grandfather of Juanita L. Ray, David B. Snider (U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD), and Shannon C. Snider, great-grandfather of Krlstina and Bruce Thomas Ray, father-in-law of Thomas Beckler and Fay Snider. September 22, 1991. Proud veteran of U.S. Naval campaigns In Eu ropean and Pacific Theaters ot World War II Friends may call at the Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madison- ville, Tuesday, September 24, from 10 A.M. until time of serv ices at II A.M. If desired me morials may be made to Hospice of Gncinnatl. SR. MARTINA, S.N.D. (Lillian Marie Renslng), sister of Willvd and Donald Renslng and the late Atvin, Harry and George Renslng and Josephine Beite, also survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Monday, September 23, 1991 in the 61st year of her religious profes sion. Relatives and friends may call at the Notre Dame Con vent, 701 E. Columbia Ave. Reading, Wednesday, Septem ber 25 from 3-7 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in the Convent Chapel at 7 P.M. Memorials to the Sisters of Notre Dame Re tirement Fund appreciated. ULM Sherry A. (nee Ryan), beloved wife of David V. Ulm, devoted mother of Christopher, Kerrl and Kasey Chalk and David Jr. and Cheryl Ulm, beloved daugh ter of Garland and Norma (Montlfer) Berryman, dear grandmother of four grandchildren, sister of Brandy Bone. Sunday, September 22, 1991 Residence Hamilton. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, 11 A.M. Friends may call Tuesday from 5-8 P.M. Coleraln Chapter 573 O.E.S. will hold services Tuesday, 7:30 P.M. If desired, re membrances may be sent to Hospice of Miami Valley. WAINSCOTT Ruth, beloved wife of Ray Aus tin Winscott, loving mother of Richard Wainscott, Pat Davis and Donna Oaters, dev sister of Ernest and Donald Jacobs and Vivian Stein, also survived by five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Age 74. September 22, 1991. Funeral services Wednesday, 1:30 P.M. at the Hawthorne-Bowles Funeral Home, 7830 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy. Visitation Tuesday 6-9 P.M. Memorials to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Greater Cincinnati Chapter, 1110 Kenner West End, 45214. WALTER Martha M. (nee Gutzwlller), age 91. Visitation Wednesday 8:30-10 A.M. (IN Time), Mlnges Funeral Home, Harrison, OH. Mass of Christian Burial Holy Guardian Angels Church, Cedar Grove, IN at 10:30 A.M. (IN time). Burial Church Cemetery. ADAMS Nora M. (nee Stock), beloved wife of the late George T. Adams, devoted mother of Rose M., Thomas C. and Daniel H. Adams and Mrs. Sally M. Gloss, also survived by II grandchildren and IS great-grandchildren. September 21, 1991. Age 91. Funeral private and at the convenience of the family. Albert L. Boeh-mer & Son Funeral Home. BARKER Palmer R. "Pam", loving hus band of Ruby Barker, beloved father of Leah Friend, Claudia Taylor, Kimberly Howell and Trevis Barker, dear brother of Kelly Barker and Astor Barker, nine grandchildren, two step- grandchiidren. September 22, 1991. Age 70. Resident of Lock- land. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland on Tuesday from 5-8 P.M. Services Wednesday, September 25, 1991 at 10 a.m. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by donations to the American Cancer Society. BROWN Christine G., beloved mother of Janice B. Dupuy, grandmother of Paula Dupuy, Douglas Dupuy and Dana Giovis, also survived by a brother, Donald A. Kayer, of Worcester, MA and five great-grandchildren. She died September 23, 1991. Aged 87. She was a 10-year resident of Otterbein Home. Memorial ser- Ivce will be held at the Chapel of Otterbein Home on Wednes day, September 25 at 2 P.M. Arrangements by Strawser Funeral Home, 791-7203. BRUCKNER John H., loving husband of Alice C. (nee Tenhundleld), dear father of Diane C. Brock, and John J. Grandfather of Katie and Polly Brock, great-grandfa ther ot Abby. September 22, iw i. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Tuesday, 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, All Saints Catholic Church, Wednesday, 10 A.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to St. Rita School for the Deaf or Hospice of Cincinnati. CLARK Beatrice, loving mother of Beatrice C Moon, Gwendolyn and Daniel Clark, Jr., fond cousin of Annie Lee Rice, Philadelphia, PA, also survived by four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and a host of cousins, other relatives and many friends. September 18, 1991 at age 65. Funeral services Wednesday, 7 P.M. at HaH-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Ave. Rev. Lenny Sherman officiating. Friends may call 6 P.M. till time of service. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. CLEMEN Ferd A., beloved husband of the late Rosemary A. Clemen (nee Cowen), devoted father of Michael F. Clemen, dear brother of Dorothy, Pauline and Rudolph Clemen, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Saturday, September 21, 1991. Residence Amberly. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial St. Savior Church, Wednesday at II a.m. FISCHESSER Stephen J. Sr., age 74 of R.R. 4, Liberty, IN. September 23, 1991, Survived by wife Lillian (nee Pritchard) Fischesser, father of Donald, Mt. Carmel, OH, Wil-lard, CA, Stephen Jr., Ft. Thom as, KY, Mrs. Thomas (Doris) Koedel, Harrison, OH, Mrs. Ev erett (Karen) Koedel, Liberty, IN, brother Vincent Fischesser of KY, sisters Margaret Ries, Cincinnati, Mary Harbors, Ba- tavia, OH, Ruth LeBlang, South Bend, IN, ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hamilton, OH, 10 A.M., Thursday. Visitation 5-8 P.M., Wednesday at the Webb-Groves-Noonan Funeral Home, Ross Ave. at D St., Hamilton. Burial St. Stephens Cemetery. FLETCHER Claude C, beloved husband of the late Alice L. Fletcher, devoted father of John R. Fletch er, Nancy F. Kruse, also sur vived by four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. September 23, 1991. Friends may call at the Thomas Memo rial, 7500 Montgomery Rd. Kenwood, Thursday, 5-7 P.M. Funeral services, Friday, 10 A.M. at the Indian Hill Church, 6000 Drake Rd. If desired, memorials may be directed to the Indian Hill Church. FULTZ Ruth A. (nee Hartke), beloved mother of William M. and Timothy D. Fultz, dear grandmoth er of Timothy D. Fultz Jr., sis ter of Martha Arnold. Sunday, September 22, 1991. Age 64 years. Residence Harrison, OH. Services 2 P.M., Wednesday, September 25 at the Jackman- Kercheval Funeral Home, Har rlson, OH. Visitation Tuesday from 6-9 P.M. Memorials If so desired, may be directed to the New Haven Church of God or the Harrison Life Squad. GREENFIELD Lillian, beloved wife of Ell Greenfield, devoted mother of Franklin and Margie Green field, dear sister of Sylvia and Edward Gillman, of Margate, FL, also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins, Services, Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd., Wednesday, September 25, 10 A.M. Memorial contibutions to Hospice of Clntl. or Pioneer Women would be appreciated. IIILLENHINRICIIS Stella f., beloved sister of the late Clara Berssenbruegge, Mary, Alvlna and Marguerite Hillenhinrlchs, dear aunt of Ruth Berssenbruegge, Mary Spellmlre and Father Robert Berson, also survived by nine great-nieces and nephews and six great-great-nieces and nephews. On Friday, Septem ber 20, 1991 at 93 years of age. Visitation will be held at St. Clare Chapel, 80 Compton Rd., Wednesday, 8:30 A.M. until time ot Mass ot Christian Buri al at 9:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to Glenmary Home Mlssloners, P.O Box 465618, Clntl. 45246. B.J. Meyer Sons Funeral Home in charge of ar rangement NAME TIME ADAMS, Nora M. BARKER, Palmer R, 10:00A.M. BROWN, Christine G. 2:00 P.M. BRUCKNER, John H. 10:00 A.M. ClARK, Beatrice 7:00 P.M. C1EMEN, Ferd A. 1 1 :00 A.M. EFFINGER, Hilda 10:00 A.M. FISCHESSER, Stephen J. Sr. 10:00 A.M. FLETCHER, Claude C. 10:00A.M. FUtTZ, Ruth A. 2:00 P.M. GREENFIELD, Lillian 10:00A.M. HILIENHINRICHS, Stella F. 9:30 A.M. HUFFMAN, Christopher Jr. 10:00 A.M. HYDE, Rose 10:00 A.M. KELSAY, Dorothy J. 1 1 :Q0 A.M. KOESTLIN, Hubert J. 11:00A.M. LUTSKY, Ida Reckseit MARISCHEN, Ruth M. 9:30 A.M. MENDEL, Otto 1:00 P M. MENGES-MENZ, Elaine H. 12:00 Noon MEYER, Margaret 10:00A.M. NEELEY, George W. 1 2:00 P.M. NEU, Martha I 11:00 A.M. ROLL, Angela Dawn 1:00 P.M. RUSSELL, Miriam T. 11:00 A.M. SCHWAB, Neil 2:00 P.M. SIMONE-CAROTHERS, Helen 11:00 A.M. SMITH-GREEN, Glida A. 11:00 A.M. SNIDER, David E. 1 1 :00 A.M. SR. MARTINA, S.N.D. 7:00 P.M. ULM, Sherry A. 11:00 A.M. WAINSCOTT, Ruth 1 :30 P.M. WALTER, Martha M. 10:30 A.M. WAY, Princess Flowers 7:00 P.M. WEIKEL, Gus T. 9:00 A.M. WHITE, Dorothy M. WILLIAMS, Dwone 1:30P.M. WIRTZ, Shirley Ann 10:00 A.M. WOLF, Cloro A. 10:00 A.M. Death Notices WAY Princess Flowers, beloved mother of Calvin Way, loving sister of Prince E., Chief T. and Melvin Way, Sr. and Princess B. Carter, also survived by three slsters-irrtaws, one broht-er-in-law, 11 nephews, four nieces, great-nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. September 23, 1991. Funeral service win be held Wednesday, September 25, 1991, 7 P.M. at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne Ave., Lockland. Friends may call from 6 P.M. until time of service. Interment Landmark Cemetery. WEIKEL Gus T., beloved husband of the late Ella Demmin Weiket, father of Ted Weikel, Seminole, FL and James Weikel, also survived by four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 86 years. Friends may cal at Nurre B-os. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd., Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday, 7-9 P.M. Prayers 9 A.M. Thursday at the funeral Home. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Ass'n. WILLIAMS Dwane, beloved husband of Lillian Williams (nee Bell), devoted father of Karen, Weslie, Dwane Roger, Jennifer, Dean and the late Jay, dear son of Delphia Williams, brother of Eural Williams, Ruby Bibb, Ro-setta Hodges and Detois Burge-ner, also survived by 12 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. September 23, 1991. Residence Wittv amsvllle. Services at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington on Thursday September 26 at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call Wednesday 6-9 P.M. WIRTZ Shirley Arm (nee Thompson), beloved wife of Charles N. Wirtz, devoted mother of Sharon Krasinski, Terry and Steve Wirtz, dear mother-in-law of Craig Krasinski and Vernice Wirtz, step-daughter of Rudy Artmayer, sister of Vivian Arz-man, five grandchildren. September 23, 1991. Age 56. Funeral service will be Wednesday, September 25 at 10 A.M. at the Schmldt-Ohonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd, Sharonville. Relatives and friends may caH Tuesday from 5-7 P.M. Memorials may be made to A.L.S. Research co Muscular Dystrophy Ass'n. WOLF Clara A. (nee Wehmann), beloved wife of Lawrence H. Wolf, devoted mother of Le-Roy E. Wolf, dear grandmother of Gary Wolf, Chere King and Michele Collier, great-grandmother of Sara and Emily King. Sunday, September 22, 1991. Residence Mt. Healthy. Funeral service at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1553 Kinney Ave Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, 10 A.M. Friends may call at Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Tuesday from 6-8 P.M. If de sired, remembrances may be sent to Trinity Lutheran Church of Mt. Healthy Memori al Fund tor Clara Wolf. DATE Albert t.Boehmer 4 Son Sept.25 Vorhis Sept.25 Strawser Sept.25 Thomas Memorial Sept.25 Hall-Jordan Sept.25 Thomos Memorial Sept.25 Bovords Sept.26 Webb-Groves-Noonon Sept.27 Thomos Memorial Sept.25 Jockmon-Kerchevol Sept.25 Weil Sept.25 B.J. Meyer Sons Funeral Home Sept.27 Middendorf-Bullock Hudlow) Sept.25 Coot IBrookville, IN) Sept.25 Frederick Sept.25 Bolton & lunsford Well Sept.25 Horry Meyer & Geiser Sept.25 Weil Sept.25 Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Sept.25 Fitch-Denney Sept.25 Schmidt-Dhonou Sept.25 Thomos Sept.25 Hannah-Tufts Schild meyer Sept.26 Thomos Memorial Sept.25 Lewis-Sullivan (Seaman, OH) Sept.24 W. Mack Johnson 4 Anderson Sept.26 Hodapp Sept 24 Thomos Sept 25 Schmidt-Dhonou Sept.25 Paul R.Young Sept.25 Hawthorne-Bowles Sept.25 Mmges (Cedar Grove, IN) Sept.25 Hall-Jordan Sept.26 Nurre Bros. Evans Sept.26 T P. White & Sons Sept.25 Schmidt-Dhonou Sept.25 Paul R. Young Death Notices WHITE Dorothy M., wife of the late William H. White Sr devoted mother and mother-in-law of Donna and Nick Mnnclnl, Jean and Robert Schmidt and Wil liam H. Jr. and Hannah White, grandmother of Debbie, Neal, Lisa, Bill, Bob and Karen, great-grandmother of seven. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Residence Milford, OH. Services were held at the convenience of the family. Memorials to Clermont County Animal Shelter or Cincinnati Zoo. Evans Funeral Home. EWorld War I Vet World War H Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf 10 Monuments REDOLD FUNERAL HOME U Markers af l fl Monument) 3700 OLENMORE M14200 20 Announcements DALBERT-W00DRUFF FUNERAL HOME 922-1010 2880 Boudinot at Queen City A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926Woodburn 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 Ck8. A. Miller Sou Bum ft Borimini Co. Mlller-Slmmlnger Funeral Service 5414040 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton TUFTS SCHILDMEYER Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 Win, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 35 Florists 'Florist Sim IMS VIC Funeral Fkw Funeral Flowers o( beauty A distinction 961-6622 City Wide. 7 Day DcHmy i;di:ii Bond Hill CONTINUED FROM PAGE Bl nity's image has been done. Bond Hill, residents fear, is now per Man charged with robbery of priest in Over-the-Rhine told Judge Sylvia Hendon of Hamilton County Municipal Court. Schlinkert told the court that police also suspected McGruder in a series of other robberies at the friary. Sunday's robbery marks the sixth May 9, Aug. 7, 24, 27, Saturday and Sunday at the friary in which a robber broke out a window. In Saturday's robbery, a priest in his 70s was roused from sleep around 12:15 a.m. when he heard a BY CHRIS GRAVES The Cincinnati Enquirer A 23-year-old Cincinnati man told police he broke into the St. Francis Friary over the weekend and took money from a priest to support his crack cocaine habit, a police officer said Monday. Kenneth L. McGruder, unknown address, was charged with the aggravated robbery of a 68-year-old priest while he was sleeping at 11:40 p.m. Sunday at St. Francis, 1615 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine. The robber broke out a pane of glass in the priest's sleeping quarters and demanded money. Police said a phone was used to hit the priest in the head and face during a 10-minute struggle. The priest was treated for facial injuries at Christ Hospital. The priest thought the robber "was trying to kill him," Cincinnati Police Specialist Bob Schlinkert knock on the door to his third-floor room. Someone armed with a 5-inch knife grabbed the priest around the neck with one arm and pulled him around the room while he searched for money. The priest was dragged down a corridor and shoved into a bathroom. The in truder escaped with $220. McGruder County Justice Center on a $50,000 bond, which Hendon set Monday. Woman charged with corpse abuse Browning, 75, in a metal locker near the apartment they shared at 611 W. Seventh St. Neighbors ceived as just another drug zone. Such a perception is not without reason. In the commercial district, dozens of teens populate street corners along Reading Road with little to do but hang out and, residents say, peddle drugs. In contrast, blue pennants with gold "Bond Hill" lettering hang from utility poles; tree-shaded streets are graced with single-family homes built, for the most part, in the 1920s and '30s, and residents walk without fear from shops to homes. "I feel safe here. I walk to the store, and I've lived here 23 years," said Rhonda White. "It's those kids hanging out that scares everybody. They ought to be in school." Foot patrol requested Residents would like to see police on foot patrol. Cincinnati's Community Oriented Policing (COP) program includes foot patrols, but requests are numerous. So far, only seven neighborhoods are covered. "I know foot patrols would just chase the teens hanging out to another neighborhood," Anderson said. "We in the community have to do something for ourselves to make sure this image isn't the image everyone gets of Bond Hill." While questions about the image of the neighborhood linger, there was a feeling of relief for the students Monday. "I'm so glad those girls got the charges dropped," said Margie Gowdy, a bus driver for four years. "They're just children. They don't think like adults. "Maybe they would have turned the drugs in quicker, but they might have been scared. What bothers me most is everyone thinking Bond Hill is some war zone. These kids are my kids. They're great." No chances taken Maurice Burden, 9, a third-grader at Bond Hill, has learned his strategy if confronted with a drug dealer. "Drugs are totally scary. I'd run away and not let the drug dealers touch me." His mother, Louise Burden, takes no chances. She walks him to and from school. Anderson said the four girls should be dealt with kindly. "What they need to do is get these girls counseling and forget all the other stuff. They're just children," he said. "The drug-dealing going on, most of it is not by people who live here," he said. "It would also help if Dolice would make sure they had is in the Hamilton said the metal locker told authorities her in January, 1987, one she fell down some containing Browning's body was moved from the first-floor apartment to a lot across Seventh Street the day the body was dis' covered. BY BETH MENGE The Cincinnati Enquirer Warrants charging abuse of a corpse and failure to report a death were served Monday on Ann Hamilton, a Covington woman suspected of keeping her mother's body in a metal locker for 4V4 years. The warrants were served upon Hamilton's release at 3:30 p.m. from St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, where she has been under psychiatric observation since her mother's body was discovered Sept. 5, said Sgt. Gary Linn of the Covington Police Department. She was taken Monday afternoon to the Kenton County Jail, Linn said. Covington police discovered the body of Hamilton's mother, Susan Covington police went to the house that night to check on the welfare of Hamilton and Browning at the request of staff members from the Cabinet for Human Re sources. Hamilton mother died month after stairs. A preliminary autopsy report found nothing to dispute that, officials said. uc ets, postponed equipment purchases, charged laboratory fees, left full-time and part-time jobs unfilled, and tried to transfer money from other budgets. "I think everyone's a little bit on edge," said Carl Dahlgren, director of the Department of Graduate Studies in Arts Administration. . Dahlgren said his department's budget Tor graduate students, faculty and adjunct faculty has dwindled from $5,000 in 1978 to $2,900 this year. His travel budget, pared to $200 last year, has been eliminated. CONTINUED FROM PAGE B l About half of that comes from state contributions. This year, UC received $13.2 million less than expected. Next year, the shortfall will be $21 million, based on projected figures. Late last week, administrators and faculty began talking in earnest about how to eliminate those millions from the budgets. Steger said specific cuts would not be final until January or February. All of it is unnerving to faculty and staff. For this school year, faculty have trimmed travel budg He also has been affected by cuts elsewhere in the College-Conservatory of Music. A professor who taught an opera history course took a leave of absence, he said. Without money to replace that teacher, the department was forced to drop the course for the year. How the shortfalls should be made up differs, depending on who makes the recommendation. Dahlgren suggested the money come from the $525 million project to renovate, build up and beautify the campus. Administrators nave talked of reopening wage talks with the 3,300 university employees with union contracts. "It's an inescapable topic of discussion," Hand said. "There's no way given the prominence of salaries in the budget we can avoid making any plans without discussing the compensation issue." Academic programs appear safe. Cutting academic programs, Hand said, is a time-consuming process and savings would not be realized until after next year's budget cycle. Support programs such as maintenance and finance are in danger, though. "Next year, there are probably going to be selected programmatic cuts," he said. "We may be shutting down some functions on campus." People outside the university could feel the impact, too. Hand said the Office of the Board of Trustees told him to tell reporters they might have to start paying for the thick agendas previously distributed free before each trustees Meeting. real drugs before they charge chil dren." j

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