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F Wednesday, September 25, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB-5 r3 Obituaries Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices KEITZES b ESTKI' Shirley A. (nee Marks) of Herbert S., devoted father of H. Thomas Reitzes, Mrs. Carl Bethel, OH. Age 49 years. Sep BAUER Albert L, husband of the late Earsie Redricks Bauer, devoted father of Helen Surber, dear grandfather of Natalie, Amy and Anna Surber, dear brother of Robert, Roy, William, Pete, tember u, 1991. Visitation 6-8 (Joan) C. Wilkinson, Janice F. P.M. Thursday, Kennedy-Ste Hurve L. 6 Jack' Cress, 67 vens Funeral Home, Bethel. Fu For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. Christensen and Linda L. Cob-arrubais, dear grandmother of eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, dear neral service 8 P.M., Thursday. Burial Friday in Garden of John, Elsie and Virginia Bauer, Memories Cemetery, Muncle, friend of Evelyn Dyer. Mon Julia Flaherty and Viola Krau-shaar. Monday, September 23, IN. day, September 23, 1991. Age 1991. Age 73 years. Friends FUNERAL TIME DATE HOME Westwood man spent months as Nazi prisoner of war BY JOHN HOPKINS r " 1 BY JOHN HOPKINS can Veterans, the Veterans of NAME BAUER, Albert I. 10:00 A M. Sept 28 Chos, A. Miller Sons may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., North-side, Friday from 5-8 P.M. Funeral services Saturday, 10 A.M. rv years. Funeral service Thursday, 11 A.M. at the Dalbert 8, Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City. Visitation 10 A.M. until time of service. If so desired, memorials may be made to the American Heart BLANCH, Jone 10:00A.M. Sept.28 Dobbling John J. Radel BOYD, John M. BLANCH CRESS, Hurvet. Ill 10:00A.M. Sept.27 Bolton 8, lunsford DEAL, Ethel C. 11:00 A.M. Sept.26 Thompson RODGERS Foreign Wars, the American Legion and the American Ex-Prisoners of War. Mr. Cress, a native of Cincinnati, spent his civilian life as a building inspector for the city. Before he retired in 1983 from his 32-year career, he was the assistant supervisor of the Cincinnati Building Department. ERB, JohnS, 11:00 A M, Sept 27 Hodopp Eula Beth, beloved mother of Jane (nee Page), beloved widow of the late Donald F. Blanch, loving mother of Donald Page Blanch and Barbara Dyleski, dearest grandmother of four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral K ETTEN ACKER William R widowed husband of Ann Lillian Mulligan Kettenack-er, son of the late Edwin H. and Teresa Kevill Kettenacker, father of Mary Christine Mastln, Kathleen Darpel and the late Joann Kettenacker, grandfather of Mark, Mike, Teresa, Terrl and Timothy Mastin, Kathleen Pettylohn, Karen Hunt, Julie Rouse, Mary Beth, Colleen and Michelle Darpel, also survived by ten great-grandchildren. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 83 years. Formerly of Covington, KY. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial St. Elizabeth Church, Norwood, Thursday, 10 A.M. Interment St. John Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell, KY. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home. ESTEP, Shirley A, 8 00 P M. Sept.27 Kennedy-Stevens FLETCHER, Claude C, 10 00 A.M. Sept.27 Thomas Memorial GLOSSNER, Mary Ellen 10:30A.M. Sept 27 Schmidt-Dhonau Annie F. Daniel and Willie J. Thomas; dear sister of Jessie Harris, John and Willie J. Thomas; fond mother-in-law of Junior Daniel; also survived by six grandchildren, one adopted grandchild, 13 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many dear friends. September 22, v., services 10 A.M., Saturday at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue, KY. Visitation Saturday from 9 until 10 A.M. at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to the Tower Meth-odist Church, Dayton, KY. Hurve Cress GOLDFUSS, Rosemary M, 10:00 A.M. Sept.27 Dalbert & Woodruff HOFER, Pauline 2:00P.M. Sept.27 Moore m I at age n Funeral services HYDEN, Walter 10:00 A.M. Sept.27 Dalbert & Woodruff Friday, 7 P.M. Brown Chapel The Cincinnati Enquirer Hurve L. "Jack" Cress, an anti-tank infantryman in World War II, spone often to his family about the months he spent as a Nazi prisoner of war. It .as a big part of his life, said his daughter, .Sharon tckel of Morrison, Colo. "He sufiWd tremendously as a POW and came out nearly dead," Eckel said. "Dad always said 100 pounds for every 100 days, and that's how much (weight) he lost." His family was inspired by his perseverance and drive, his daughter said. Mr. Cress died Sunday of cancer at his Westwood home. He w?s 67. "Hj was not your usual dad. He was a very industrious man. He built both of his homes that he lived in. He knew how to take a car apart and put it back together. And he was an avid reader. "He just didn't have a physical body to do all these things. He also had a mind. If he wanted to build it, he found a way to build it." Mr. Cress entered the Army in 1943 and served as an infantryman in France. Wounded and captured by the Nazis on New Years Eve, 1944, he was close to death when liberated in May, 1945. He received a medical discharge in October, 1945 and became an active member of the Disabled Ameri- BOYD John M devoted husband of Freda, beloved father of John Boyd and Scott Morin, Carol Lynn Havens, dear brother of KETTENACKER, William R. AMe Church, 2804 Alms Place (Walnut Hills), Dr. U.A. Hugh- 10:00 A.M. Sept.27 Nurre Bros. KINSLER, Ethel Ada Ball, Lucy Rasnake, Pearl I2:00noon Sept 27 Middendorf-Bullock (Ludlow) ey, pastor, officiating; Rev. William Coggins, eulogist. Friends may call during visitation from 6 P.M. until time of services at Rasnake, Easter Marion, Pauline O'QuInn, Love Thomas, Toody Browning, George and KIRBERT, Russell A. Pompano Beach, Ft Arthur Boyd, also survived by KLUMB, Mary C. 1 1:00 A.M. Sept 26 Ronald B. Jones the church. Interment Vine St. Hill Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Hall-Jordan Funeral Homes. His efforts to point out safety deficiencies in the former Sander Hall dormitory at the University of Cincinnati eventually led to the building being closed, his daughter said. The 26-story tower was demolished this summer. Besides his daughter, he is survived by his wife, Juanita, of Westwood; one son, Jack, of Swansboro, N.C.; and seven grandchildren. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. Thursday at the Bolton-Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., West-wood. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church, 3460 Epworth Ave., West-wood. Burial will be at the Spring Grove Cemetery, Winton Place. Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society. nine grandchildren. Monday, P. White & Sons 10:00A.M. LETA, Mary September 23, 1991. Resident Sept 27 T. KINSLER Ethel (nee Frank), beloved wife of the late Oliver R. Kln-sler, devoted mother of James O. and Norbert M. Klnsler, also survived by seven grand and 12 great-grandchildren. Monday, September 23, 1991. Residence Villa Hills, KY. Formerly of Ludlow. Age 86 years. Services 12 noon Friday, September 27, at the Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home, 461 Elm Street, Ludlow. There will be no visitation. Rev. Mike Brewer, officiating. Interment Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Taylor Mill. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society. 431-1200. of Fairfield Glades, TN. Age 64 MCGOWAN, Hester Lee 7:30 P.M. Sept.26 Jamison & Jamison MESSERLE, Tracy A. 5:00 P.M. Sept 26 Vitt, Stermer and Ander years. Services at the convenience of the family. No visitation. Interment Floral Hills Cemetery, Taylor Mill, KY. John J. Radel Funeral Home, 822 York St., Newport, KY in charge of arrangements. RUSSELL Miriam T., beloved wife of the late Harold E. Russell, devoted mother of Harold Keith and Terrence E. Russell, six grandchildren, sister of James Tar-kington. Sunday, September 22, son MORANO, lois J. 10:00 A.M. Sept.27 Paul R. Young MURPHY, Corinne 10:00 A.M. Sept 27 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 1991. Residence Cincinnati. CRESS Hurve L. Ill "Jack", beloved husband of Juanita A. Cress O'CONNOR, Alice 7:30 P.M. Sept.26 Gilligan PRESTON, Patsy 2:00 P.M. Sept 26 Thomas Memorial (nee Hadley), devoted father of John P. Cress and Sharon S. 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. KIRBERT Russell A., survived by wife Sally, four children, seven grandchildren and sister Marlon Frank. Memorial services in Pompano Beach, FL. REITZE5, Herberts. 11:00A.M. Sept.27 Dalbert & Woodruff RODGERS, Eula Beth 7:00 P.M. Sept.27 Hall-Jordan RUSSELL, Miriam T. 1 1 :00 A.M. Sept.26 Thomas Memorial SCHMIDT, Louise B. 2:30 P.M. Mt. Washington Baptist SCHMIDT Louise B. (nee Merkel), age 98, Eckel, dear brother of the late Ruth Listermann and Audrey Darding, also survived by seven grandchildren. Mpnday, September 23, 1991. Age 67 years. Visitation Thursday from 7-9 P.M. at the Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Funeral service Friday at 10 A.M. at the Westwood United Methodist Church. E.T. Carson Lodge 598 F.8. A.M. and Scottish Rite Ring UC awarded $8 million grant for new, existing heart programs SCHNECKER, Rosemary M. 10:00A.M. Sept.26 Neidhard-Minges KLUMB Mary C, devoted wife of the late Harold Klumb. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 77 years. Resident of Covington, KY. Services 11 A.M. Thursday, in Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Visitation 10 to 11 A.M. Thursday. Interment St. Mary Cemetery, Cin-cinnati, OH. SCHREINER, Mary Jone 8:00 P.M. Sept.26 linnemann (Erlanger) SCHUNK, Nellie M. Hodapp SEGAL, Rudolph 1 :00 P.M. Sept.26 Weil (Graveside) former Cincinnati resident. Sunday, September 22, 1991 at the home of her daughter in Hope, IN. Survived by one son Harold Schmidt, Amelia, OH, two daughters Betty Plgman, Ev-anston, IL and Margaret Peg Downey, Hope, IN, 14 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren. Memorial service 2:30 P.M., Saturday at the Mt. Washington Baptist Church, 2021 Sutton Ave., Cincinnati. Memorials to Mt. Washington Baptist service Thursday at 7:30 P.M. Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society. SMITH-GREEN, Glida A. 11:00A.M. Sept.26 Hodapp V LETA Mary (nee Chiricosta), wife of the late John Leta, dear sister of Dorothy Barnes, Frank, the late Joseph, Sam and Tom Chir SPAW, Mae B. 1 1:00 A.M. Sept 26 linnemann (Erlanger) DEAL Mrs. Ethel C, beloved sister of Mrs. Helen K. Hall of Idlewild, Ml, dear aunt of Dr. Norman G. Kerr Jr. of Chicago, IL, Mr. STEWART, Anna N. 10:00 A.M. Sept 27 Vielhouer-Clepper STONE, Roberts. 10:00A.M. Sept.27 PaulR. Young Church. Interment at the Hill transgenic-mouse program that may help doctors understand the causes of heart defects and other diseases. The support of a pro-cram that en icosta, dear aunt of Kenneth Barnes and other nieces and nephews, great aunt of Karrie and Nicole Barnes. September Robert L. Suggs Jr. of Canton, side Chapel. TACKENBERG, Ml, and Mr. John W. Suggs of Richard C. 7:30 P.M. Sept 26 T. P. White & Sons 23, 1991. Mass of Christian Burl SCHNECKER Rosemary M. (nee Thels), be , al at Guardian Angels Church THOMAS, Isla Mae 10:00 A M. Sept.27 Quentin K. Staley on Friday, September 27, at 10 XL WAINSCOTT, Ruth 1:30 P.M. Sept. 25 Hawthorne-Bowles A.M. Friends may call at T. P. ilk White 8. Sons Funeral Home, WEBSTER, Harley 10:00A.M. Sept.26 Schmidt-Dhonau Detroit, Ml, also survived by other relatives and friends. September 21, 1991. Friends may call at the St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1809 Rutland Ave., Thursday, September 26 from 10 A.M. until the hour of service at 11 A.M. Fr. Wilson Willard, celebrant. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Thompson Funeral Home. 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. loved wife of Ronald Schneck-er, dear mother of Richard Roether, step-mother of Jonathan Schnecker and Susan Kuehn, loving daughter of Howard and Mildred Theis, dear sister of Howard "Bud", Bill and Tom Thels, Betty Pary and Washington, on Thursday from WEIKEl, Gus T. 10:00 A.M. Sept.27 Nurre Bros. 6 to y r.M, WEISS, Mark G. 10:00A.M. Sept.27 Chas. A. MillerSons MCGOWAN Hester Lee, late wife of Willis McGowan, dear mother of Wil Joann Wade. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 45 years. Family and friends may call at Death Notices Death Notices BY ELIZABETH NEUS The Cincinnati Enquirer The University of Cincinnati Medical Center's richly endowed cardiovascular program received another gift Tuesday an $8 million grant from the Marion Merrell Dow Foundation to support new and existing programs. It's one of the largest grants the medical center has ever received only a $16.5 million federal grant for research into the molecular causes of heart disease is larger and the largest industry grant. "We are hopeful that we'll be able to help each other in developing new science," said Marion Merrell Dow President Fred Lyons Jr. "We're expanding areas that are already moving in the right direction." Areas to be funded by the grant are: The development of transgenic models mice or other , animals that carry specific genetic traits for researchers to study for heart disease. UC has an active gram. Much of the work funded by the alliance with Marion Merrell Dow will be done in an $18.6 million research building that is expected to be under construction next year, said Dr. Donald Harrison, senior vice president and provost of the medical center. Marion Merrell Dow, which has a research lab in Reading, has worked with UC researchers before; they played a role in the development of Cardizem, a widely prescribed heart medication, Lyons said. He expects similar work to continue. The grant announced Tuesday is the second industry grant the medical center has received in four months. In June, the Procter & Gamble Co. and UC formed an alliance to study the causes of pulmonary and respiratory disease and to develop new drugs to combat those diseases. P&G is spending $7.5 million to fund the program. lis and wife Eva, grandmother of John McGowan and Mary Lisa, two great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood, Wednesday, 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial and friends. September 24, 1991. Funeral service Thurs SEGAL Rudolph, beloved son of the late Lazarus and Ella Segal, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Graveside services Thursday, September 26, 1 P.M. at the Schachnus Cemetery on Sunset Ave. Memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice would be Thursday, 10 A.M., St. Lawrence Church, Price Hill. Memorials to the charity of one's choice. ERB John S., husband of Theresa Erb, beloved father of Alex Erb and stepfather of Chrissle and Justin Burhns, devoted son of Betty Erb, dear grandson of Helen E. Albers. Friday, September 20, 1991. Age 39 years. Resident of Westwood. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Thursday, 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral services Friday at the funeral home, 1 1 A.M. Remembrances may be made to chari-ty of donor's choice. day, September 26, 7:30 P.M. at the Greater Liberty Baptist Church, 6209 Desmond St., Rev. Jerome M. Lewis Sr., pastor. Visitation 6:30 P.M. Jamison & Jamison In charge of arrange ables young Fred Lyons Jr. researchers to work toward medical degrees and doctorates simultaneously, creating more physician-researchers to combat a shortage. It's that program's first outside funding; the National Institutes of Health is also considering financing for the program. The creation of a new department to study structural biology, a program that would use the methods of physics and chemistry to piece together the information developed by UC geneticists. Recruiting for that would begin in 1993, and Marion Merrell Dow money will help to equip the pro WEIKEL Gus T., beloved husband of the late Ella Demmin Welkel, father of Ted Welkel, Seminole, FL and James Weikel, also survived by four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 86 years. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday, 7-9 P.M. Prayers 10 A.M., Thursday at the funeral Home. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Ass'n. ments MESSERLE SCHREINER Mary Jane (nee McClung), beloved wife of Charles Schreiner, loving mother of Marlene Ann Pyke, dear grandmother of Tonya Belew and great-grandmother of Kyle Belew. Monday, September 23, 1991. Resident of Erlanger, KY. Age 71 Tracy A. (nee Helmers), beloved wife of David W. Mes-serle, dearly beloved daughter of Marlene and Ralph Helmers, loving sister ot Beverly A. Wes-terfield, Ralph Jr., David, Mi years. Mass of Christian Burial 8 P.M., Thursday, Mary Queen chael, Richard and Mark Hel STONE Robert S devoted father of Robert S. Stone Jr. and the late Craig O. Stone, father-in-law of Katie Stone, dear grandfather of Lisa K. and Amy L. Stone, brother of Madeline Gunnett and Charlotte Austin. Tuesday, September 24, 1991. Residence Cincinnati. Funeral service at Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Friday at 10 A.M. Friends may call Thursday 6-8 P.M. If desired remembrances may be sent to the Salvation Army. mers, granddaughter of of Heaven Church, Erlanger Margaret En-c, aunt of four Visitation 4-7 P.M., Thursday FLETCHER Claude C, beloved husband of the late Alice L. Fletcher, devoted father of John R. Fletcher, Nancy F. Kruse, also survived by four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. September 23, 1991. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 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. and 8:30-9:30 A.M. Friday, Lin- nieces and three nephews Monday, September 23, 1991 Age 27 years. Friends may call nemann Funeral Home, Erlanger. Memorial contributions may be directed to Sisters of at the vitt, Stermer and Ander St. Joseph the Worker, 1 St, Joseph Ln Walton, KY 41094 or St. Elizabeth HomeHealth Hospice, 2002 Madison Ave., Covington picked for center WEISS : Mark G beloved son of Mary Kay Tabor of Anamosa, 1A and the late Allen E. Weiss, dear brother of Karen K. of Milwaukee, Wl and Terrence E. Wetss of Broken Bow, NE, friend and longtime companion of Robert (Robb) L. Martin. Tuesday, September 24, 1991. Resident of College Hill. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., Northside, Thursday 4-8 P.M. Funeral Mass from St. Peter In Chains Cathedral, Friday, 10 A.M. Memorials may be directed to Little Sisters of the Poor, 476 Riddle Rd., 45220 or Hospice of Southwestern OH. son Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Thursday, September 26, from 2:30 to 4:30 P.M. Funeral Mass, St. William Church, 5 P.M. If desired, contributions may be made to the Barrett Center of the University Hospital, or the Covington, KY 41014. SCHUNK American Cancer Society. Convention facility to cost $25 million MORANO Nellie M beloved mother of Ethel Minlx, dear grandmother of Eileen Sowders and David Minix, also four great-grand Lois J. nee Fette), beloved wife of James A. Morano Sr., devoted mother of James Jr. children and two great-great grandchildren. Monday, Sep U.S.N., Timothy U.S.N., Teresa, tember 23, 1991. Age 99 years. Scott U.S.N, and Brenda Moreno, dear grandmother of Na TACKENBERG Richard C, husband of the late Madge L. Tackenberg (nee Lykins), devoted father of Nancy T. Kayser and Judy T. Heg-lin, grandfather of Rick Kayser, Kathie Miller, Tere Diehl, Mari-beth Gromek, Rob and Karri Heglin, also survived by seven great-grandchildren. September 23, 1991. Residence East-gate Village. Mass of Christian Burial at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Thursday September 26, at 7:30 P.M. Friends may call at the church on Thursday from 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Memorials to Hamilton County Easter Seals. T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home serving the family. Interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery on Friday, September 27, 1991. GLOSSNER Mary Ellen, daughter of the late Charles and Marie Ziegler Glossner, sister of Wlnafred G. Williams, Dorothy J. Santel, James D. and Richard R. Glossner and the late Rita G. Alexander, Eleanor V. Robinson, Janet R. Blanton, Eugene N., William A. and Charles E. Glossner. Friday, September 20, 1991. Former resident of Reading. Relatives and friends may call at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Road, Reading, Friday, September 27, from 9 to 10 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Vivian Church, Winton Road, Friday, at 10:30 A.M. Private services at the convenience of the family. Hodapp Funeral Home, West Chester than and Ashley Morano, sister smaller events, needing less than 100,000 square feet of space. "Would a Northern Kentucky convention center hurt us? Certainly not," Vetter said. "The economic benefit of another center would help the entire area." Michael Wilson, president of the Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau, agreed. "Our spirit of cooperation" with Northern Kentucky will continue, Wilson said. World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces Persian Gulf of Cheryl Schram, Lawrence, LeRoy and Kenneth Fette. serving the family. Monday, September 23, 1991. A SMITH-GREEN homemaker and Desert Storm Mother. Residence Mt. Healthy. Mass of Christian Burial at Church of the As Glida A., beloved wife of the late Robert J. Smith and the 10 Monuments late Russell O. Green, devoted mother of Billy J. and the late sumption, Thursday, 10 A.M. Friends may call at Paul R. Russell K. Green, loving grand Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, mother of Connie, Randy and Mike, dear sister-in-law of Do RESOLD FUNERAL HOME I U Markera all fl Monuments V i Flower Vases Wednesday 5-9 P.M. If desired, rothy Ehling. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 86 years. remembrances may be sent to the American Cancer Society, Cincinnati, its access to Interstates 75 and 71, and the minimum impact a center would have on residential areas. State Rep. Lawson Walker, R-Villa Hills, representing Northern Kentucky's legislative caucus Tuesday, said the convention center would be among the group's top budget requests when the General Assembly meets early next year. Michael Rozow, president of the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau, said that last year Northern Kentucky received only about 40 of its potential business from the 1,200 Kentucky associations that specified their meetings must be in the state. Dan Fay, chairman of the convention center study committee, said the facility would complement, not compete with Cincinnati's Albert B. Sabin Convention Center. Jack Vetter, manager of Cincinnati's convention center, said he turned away 10 to 15 events each week because of a booked schedule. He said those generally were J.T. Spence, Covington's chief planner, said possible sites for the center lay between the John J. Roebling Suspension Bridge and 3700 GLENMORE 681-6200 Formerly of Mt. Adams. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Thursday MURPHY Corinne (nee Schulte), dear sister of Alvlna Winstel, also sur BY ANN JOHNSTON HAAS The Cincinnati Enquirer Covington's riverfront just west of the Brent Spence Bridge should become the site of a $25 million Northern Kentucky convention center, a consulting firm announced Tuesday. The consultants, hired by local business groups, said business from Kentucky associations and trade shows could support a 135,000-square-foot convention center. Financing has not been secured, but officials said the most likely source of money was Kentucky's 1992 state budget. The study by an Atlanta firm that specializes in convention-center planning concluded that Covington's riverfront was the best location among five sites studied. Clarke Blynn of Pannell Kerr For-ster cited the city's proximity to hotels, restaurants and downtown THOMAS Isla Mae, beloved wife of the late William "Ed" Thomas, dear mother of Gerl Cain, sister of Robert Duke, Mayme Ridings and Bennie B. Waddle, aunt of Michael Tuccl. September 23, 1991. Residence Westwood. Friends may call Thursday 6-8 P.M. at the Quentin K. Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Rd., Deer Park. Service Friday, 10 A.M., Kenwood Baptist Church, 5341 Kenwood Rd. from 10 A.M. until time.ot funeral service at 1 1 A.M. GOLDFUSS Rosemary M. (nee Determan), beloved wife of the late Charles L. Goldfuss, devoted mother of Diane M. Raible and Mrs. Robert (Kim) Scheidler, loving grandmother of Chad, Brett and Zach Raible, also survived by three brothers and three sisters. Monday, September 23, 1991. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 10 A.M. at St. William Church. Visitation Thursday 8:30 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. a the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudlnot Ave. at Queen City. If so desired, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. STOMECRAFJ the city's western hillside area. The proposed center could ac SPAW vived by nieces and nephews. Monday, September 23, 1991. Former resident of Newport, KY. Visitation Thursday, 5 to 8 at Muehlenkamp and Erschell Funeral Home, 835 York Street, Newport, KY. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. Friday commodate from 3,000 people for Mae B. (nee Harrison), beloved wile of Harold Spaw, dear conventions to 12,000 for consum 921-8446 f J 921-5690 Granite H Bronze mmkbw smmwo m SMOLES DOUBLES 250. '380. Sorvtcw to flfl ConrtBTiM mother of Jacqueline Cain, Millie Arnold, Linda Eistun, Bridg er and trade shows, Blynn said. at Corpus Chnsti Church, New Rozow said the average convention et! Junker and Hal, Jim and Pat Spaw, dear sister of Agnes Sauer, Betty Lock wood, Pat port. Memorials may be made to the Corpus Christi Church Building Fund, 841 Isabella would include 300 to 1,000 people. Ponzlllo, Helen Hartman, Mildred Harrington, George Harri Street, Newport, KY., 41071. 20 Announcements son, Jr. and Philip Harrison, O'CONNOR grandmother of ten, great-grandmother of one. Septem The consultant projected annual convention center revenues at $2.2 million. It would employ 30 full-time and several part-time ELDEN A. GOOD ber 24, 1991. Age 67. Resident 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 WAINSCOTT Ruth, beloved wife of Ray Austin Winscott, loving mother of Richard Wainscott, Pat Davis and Donna Oaters, dear 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. Alice (nee Daly), beloved wife of James C. O'Connor, devoted mother of Lenore d'Anou, Judge John P. O'Connor, Marion O'Connor and Thomas D. O'Connor, also survived by nine of verona, ky. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thurs HOFER Pauline, age 75 of Batavla, wife of the late John L. Hofer, mother of the late Ronald Ziegen-hardt, dear sister of Gloria Whltt and Jenny Brown, Billy Haney and the late Jim and John Haney, grandmother of Tracey Farley. Services will be held Thursday, 2 P.M. at the Moore Funeral Home, 225 Spring St., Batavla, OH. Inter-ment Batavia Cemetery. workers. day, 11 A.M. at St. Henry Church. Visitation Wednesday, TUFTS S( HILDMEYFR Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 5 to 9 P.M. at Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger. Memori grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Monday, September 23, 1991. Visitation Thurs day at Nativity Church from VORHIS Funeral Home Lockland Springdnle Norwood 821-0062 7712594 631-4884 al contributions may be made to the Barrett Center for Cancer Prevention Treatment and Research, 234 Goodman Ave., 6:30 P.M. until Mass of Christian Burial at 7:30 P.M. Dona New procedure allows conception tions may be made to the Cincinnati, OH., 45267. Brown county ursullne Acade Win, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 STEWART my or the charity of one's choice. Gllligan Funeral Home In charge ot arrangements. PRESTON 35 Florists HYDEN Walter, beloved husband of Berniece Hyden (nee Webb), devoted father of Walter Hyden Jr., Barbara J. Sundrup, Linda F. Morgan and Donna Green, loving grandfather of 1 1 grandchildren, dear brother of John W. Hyden, Charlie Davidson, Ruby Day and Maudle Frost. Tuesday, September 24, 1991. Funeral service Friday, 10 A.M. at Delhi Christian Center, 260 Fairbanks Avenue. Visitation Thursday 5-8 P.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudlnot Ave. at Queen City. Patsy, beloved daughter of Margaret Preston and the late WEBSTER Harley, beloved husband of Ann L. Webster (nee Pardlck), dear father of Sandra King, Va-lorle Cole, Gerald and Randall Webster, step-father of Raymond Spaulding, grandfather of 11. Monday, September 23, 1991. Age 73. Funeral service Thursday, September 26 at 10 A.M. at Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd., Sharonvllle. Visitation Wednesday from 6-9 P.M. If desired, donations may be given to Hospice of Cincinnati. Anna N. (nee Kline), beloved wife of Raymond W. Stewart, devoted mother of William J. Stewart. Residence Oakley. September 23, 1991. Visitation 6-9 P.M. Thursday at the Viel-hauer-Clepper Funeral Home, 2961 Madison Rd., at Oakley Sq. Mass of the Christian Burial 10:00 A.M. Friday from St. Cecilia Church. Contributions may John H. Preston, dear niece of Anna Clay Preston, also survived by several cousins. f .ntlTht Florist Vv Funeral Flower BY ELIZABETH NEUS The Cincinnati Enquirer . . Erica Behnke coos over the new arrival as if the baby girl were her own. . "She's wonderful she's got a full head of hair and the most beautiful almond eyes," Behnke said Tuesday. The baby's parents are just as excited; the little girl, born Sept. 15 at Bethesda Hospital, is their first after years of trying and the first baby born in Ohio using a new treatment for nnle infertility. She was conceived with the use of partial zona dissection (PZD), in which a tiny hole is drilled in the the mother's egg to allow an easier entrance for sperm that might be too slow or too oddly-shaped to enter the egg on its own. It's often a last-ditch technique for parents who haven't conceived using other methods, including in-vitro fertilization (IVF), said Behnke, director of Bethesda's IVFReproductive Studies Laboratory. Bethesda doctors have made 13 attempts at PZD, and the baby's mother is the only woman who has conceived so far. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Road, Kenwood, Thursday, 1 until time of funeral services 2 961-6622 City Wide, 7 Day Delivery be made to the American cancer Society. P.M. Probate Court Notices Probate Court Notices Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Probate Court Notices Petitioner further states that Dptitloner desires to chanoe pe Carew to David Alan Corbett. David Alan Carew Petitioner 9075 92!:22-23:24-25:26-27 Legal Advertising titioner's name from David Alan Carew to David Alan Corbet) for the reason that he wishes name to be as stepfather. David Alan Corbett Is the designation that the petitioner prefers. Petitioner further states that notice has been oiven accord Petition to Change The Name of an Adult In the Common Pleas Court Probate Division Hamilton County, Ohio IN THE MATTER OF CHANGING THE NAME OP David Alan Carew to David Alan Corbett, Petitioner. Petitioner, David Alan Carew, states that petitioner has been a resident of Hamilton County, Ohio for more than one (l) year prior to the filing of this Petition; that Is from about the 19 day of November, 1969. Forum for candidates focuses on environment been as follows on December 31, 1990: Admitted Assets $239,763,784 00 Liabilities .'$122,704,228.00 Surplus : $114,559,556 00 Income :$1 14,773,869 00 Expenditures : $139,741,398 00 Net Assets ; SI 17,059.556 00 Capital : $2 500,000 00 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my seal to be affixed at Columbus, Ohio, this day and date. George Fab, RYEE, Superintendent of Insurance of Ohio, 15.183 State of Ohio Department of Insurance Certificate of Compliance The Undersigned, SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE OF THE STATE OF OHIO, hereby certifies that PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN INS CO of TAMPA State of FLORIDA has compiled with the laws of this State applicable to It and Is authorized during the current year to transact In this state Its appropriate business of Insurance. Its Financial condition Is shown by Its annual statement to have LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Hamilton County Department of Human Services wishes to purchase taxicab service for Medicaid recipients living In Hamilton County who have no other means to get to medical appointments. Information, and a Request for Proposal can be secured by calling Mark Holtel, 632-6682, no later than October 4, 1991. 15284 ing to law; and that a copy of said notice, with proof of publication, Is hereto attached and Council and one of the organizers of made Dart of this Petition. the event. WHEREFORE, Petitioner re quests that Petitioner's name be changed from David Alan Council candidates had been asked by organizers to come to the event with written responses to three broad environmental ques Your Everyday Resource Classified Hons, including their positions on Pleasant Ridge Community Council and an environmental activist. Twenty of the 26 candidates for Cincinnati City Council showed up at the environmental-issues forum in Winton Place, a neighborhood that sits next to a large landfill and has had substantial problems with air pollution from nearby factories. "People in this neighborhood want to hear candidates who are favorable to them on environmental issues," said Jerry Metz, president of the- Winton Place Community BY HOWARD WILKINSON The Cincinnati Enquirer The race for Cincinnati City Council is not a single-issue one, but at a forum in Winton Place on Tuesday night only one topic was on everyone's mind; the environment. About 30 neighborhood councils and environmental organizations co-sponsored the forum. "We look at it as an educational experience for the candidates," said Travis Kubale, president of the expanding the city's recycling pro gram; how they would organize the city s new department of environ Cincinnati Classified. The only local resource that Is updated dally. 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