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Tuesday, October 1, 1991 "I MM CINCINNATI F.NQUIKF.R MetroB-3 F 30 L i 30 In Memoriam Death Notices Death Notices Obituaries IN LOVING MEMORY OF GEORGE P. GIORDANO AUGUST 29, 1928 SEPTEMBER 28, 1991 or more compl ok! information and address of the individual death notice POP "You are my "Hero". You're You are the wind beneath I love you Pop, George P. Giordano, 63 Westwood man had been Kenner toy designer r-HANi "POP" Any man can be a father, but you - to can Dad1. we Love row TINA DAD You're the best father In heart. With an my heart. I Love YoiA the LOVE BARBARA DAD love you. Your sutterinq is over and now you're at peace. I love you & mi; you. LOVEI served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War. He owned a restaurant called the B&G, for Betty and George, in the 1950s, and in the 1960s owned a television shop, his son said. He served as a DONNA '4f'i "YOP" Close your eyes in slumber Sleep till Jesus call Tomorrow you will rise Where darkness never falls. I LOVE YOUI BOB DAD You're not gone you'll always be In our hear is. You took your tourney home. Always I LOVE YOUI FRANK POP The day that everyone hates to see come, has now come to our door. Saying good-bye forever to your parents is the hardest thing to do. So now I must say to you "Good-bye Dad". I LOVE YOUI BARRY - COO BLESS "YOP" Thanks for all the years; you've been "Dad". Your a Special Manl LOVE KEN GEORGE I love you honey. You wit always be In my heart I love you "Shorty". MOMMY BY SMITA MADAN PAUL The Cincinnati Enquirer George P. Giordano of Westwood used his love of gadgetry and electronics on a creative team at Kenner Products, where he was partly responsible for the invention of the "Baby Alive" doll and the "Three-Minute Oven." He died Saturday at St. Francis-St. George Hospital in Westwood after a long illness. He was 63. He talked about his toy-inventing philosophy in an interview in 1973: "You want the toy to teach the child something, up to a point. There should be a puzzle involved. Once it is solved, the child should be able to add something of his own creation." "It didn't take him long to learn anything," said his wife, Betty Giordano of Westwood. "He could make and build things just as good as he could design them." A business associate, Corky Steiner, described Mr. Giordano as a creative genius and said he was considered one of the premier designers in his era. "Baby Alive" was one of the top-selling dolls in the industry, Steiner said. Mr. Giordano also worked on the team that developed the "Playback Organ" and toys based on television's Six Million Dollar Man during his 25-year tenure with Kenner. Mr. Giordano would often make toys at home for his children. A son, Barry, Burd of Westwood, particularly remembers a cardboard television where his father would show slides. In 1958, Mr. Giordano founded the Star Center, a sheltered workshop run by the Hamilton County Council for Retarded Children on Harrison Avenue in Cheviot. He also served as executive director and educational coordinator of the Mothers of Retarded Youths Foundation. Mr. Giordano was born in Clifton, graduated from Hughes High School and George Giordano Hamilton County deputy in the 1960s and for the past several decades he also worked part time in the Cheviot Police Department. Kevin Broderick, a Cheviot patrol officer, said Mr. Giordano was an upbeat person and was the last officer to have a "walking beat" checking local businesses. "He was constantly in a good mood . . . always had a good word about everybody here," he said. Mr. Giordano was a past commander of Disabled American Veterans Post 1, and a member of several other organizations, including the Clem Beckman Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Scottish Rite, Western Hills Lodge 762 F&AM, the American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers, and the Amateur Radio Association of Greater Cincinnati. Also surviving are three other sons, Kenny Burd, Bobby Burd and Frankie Giordano, all of Westwood; four daughters, Donna Rist, Barbara Widener, Frani Cole and Tina Giordano, all of Westwood; and a sister, Katherine Tabor of Delhi Township. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glen-more Ave., Cheviot. Mass of Christian burial will be said at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Catharine Church, 2848 Fischer Place, Westwood. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Parkway, Cincinnati 45225. Achievement-test results This chart shows the percentage of Hamilton County students with a 50 or better normal curve equivalent on Ohio standardized tests. Fifty is the national median half the students taking the tests across the country score better; half do worse. Kentucky and Indiana schools do not report results at the same time. Reading Memoriam everything I wish I could be. my winqs." it took someone special like RICKY world. I love you sweet thinking about you Death Notices STEINBECK Edward J., beloved husband of Virginia M. (Huesing) Steinbeck, dear brother of the late William Steinbeck and Bertha Keller, brother-in-law of Frank Huesing, Bernice Taylor, Celsa Logan and Joann Reckers, also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Age 86. Visitation at Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin, Wednesay from 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Little Flower, Thursday at 10 A.M. If so desired, memorials to St. Joseph Orphanage, 5400 Edalbert Dr., Cinti. 45239. STEWARD Benny F beloved brother of Mrs. Catherine Curtis, loving nephew of Mrs. Josephine Smith, also survived by a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends. September 28, 1991. Friends may call at the Thompson Funeral Home, 820 Lincoln Ave., Tuesday, October 1 from 6 P.M. until the time of service at 7 P.M. Rev. Anderson Culbreath, officiating. Inter ment with military honors, spring Grove cemetery, 1 P.M., Wednesday. WENDELKEN Edward J beloved brother of Joseph J. Wendelken, Alma Bernath and Sr. Mary Josilda S.N.D., brother-in-law of Kathe rine Wendelken and Wynne Wendelken, also survived by eight nieces and nephews. Saturday, September 28, 1991. Age 79 years. Friends are Invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, 10 A M., Annunciation Church, Clifton. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Nurrr Bros. Funeral Home, assisting the family. WHELPLEY Ruth (Dixie) (nee Dlx), wife of the late James A. Whelpley, beloved mother of James D. Whelpley, devoted grandmother of James L., Tarik T. and Tamara Jo Whelpley. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Friends may call at the W. Mack Johnson 8, Anderson Funeral Home, 1309 E. McMillan, Wednesday, 6-8 P.M. Funeral service will be Thursday, 1:30 P.M. at the Spring Grove Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. WRIGHT Orville C, beloved husband of the late Arnett Benesh Wright, dear brother of the late Edward Wright. Saturday, September 28, 1991. Residence Springfield Township. Age 76 years. Former employee of GE for 28 years. Funeral services will be private. Neidhard Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army or League for Animal Weltare. EWorld War I Vel World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran 'Armed Forces Persian Gulf 10 Monuments REBOLD FUNERAL HOME I U Markers j Monuments f t. Flower Vaset 3700 GLENMORE 861-6200 20 Announcements DALBERT-WOODRUFF FUNERAL HOME 922-1010 2880 Boudinot at Queen City A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT, THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 W. Mack Johnson & Anderson Funeral Nome 1309 E. McMillan St. Cincinnati, OH 45206 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton v2.'4ifMv. 2& SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 TUFTS SCH1LDMEVKR Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 35 Florists Vlv1 Funeral Flowcrt 961-6622 City Wide, 7 On Oinvry IUCIIERT Hilda (nee Knose), beloved wile ol the late Jesse C. Buch-ert, devoted mother of Carl W. Buchert and the late William Buchert, dear mother-in-taw of Marion L. Buchert, dear grandmother of Sharon Hillebrand and Sandi Vorholt, great-grandmother of Mark, Kristen and Erik Hillebrand and Greg and Brittani Vorholt. Saturday, September 28, 1991. Residence North College Hill. Age 90 years. Funeral services at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, October 2 at II A.M. Friends may call from 9 A.M. until time of service. Memorials may be made to St. Paul United Church of Ch'ist Building Fund, 6997 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, 45231. CIPOLLONE Joseph, beloved husband of Anna Clpollone, loving lather ol Tony, Joseph, Phillip, Cathy, Vicky and Joanna, brother of Cosimo of Cincinnati, Pasquale and Victoria of Gallo, Italy, also survived by 11 grandchildren. Sunday, September 29, 1991, Residence Hyde Park. Friends may call al the Elden A. Good Funeral Home, 2620 Erie Ave., west of Hyde Park Square, Tuesday, from 5-8 P.M. Mass ol Christian Burial, Wednesday, at St. Mary Church, Hyde Park, at 10:30 A.M. COOK Clara Louise, dear daughter of the late Charles and Naomi Cook, dear aunt ot Naomi Baker and Virginia Pape, dear cousin of Jessie and Dorothy McCain, also survived by tour great-nieces and five great-nephews and 14 great-great-nieces and nephews. She worked tor 30 years at the Pleasant Ridge Library. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Resident Pleasant Ridge. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Wednesday from 6-8 P.M. Funeral services at the Norwood English Lutheran Church, 3851 Montgomery Rd., Thursday at 11 A.M. Memorials may be directed to the church. FORD Virginia (nee Ulrich), beloved wife of the late Harrison B. Ford, devoted mother of Loret- ta Banks, dear grandmother of William J., Cynthia M. Brad- lord, Terry Steely and Perry Shea and great-grandmother of Martin J. Bradford, Christo pher Theil, Celina Steely, John ny and Jason Shea, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Suddenly, Saturday, September 27, 1991, at her residence in Oakley. Age 79 years. Mass of Christian Burial will be at St. Rose Church, Eastern Ave., Wednesday, October 2, 1991, at 10 A.M. Friends may call at the Geo. H. Rohde and Son Funeral Home, Linwood and Delta Aves., Mt. Lookout, Tuesday from 6 until 8 P.M. FORTUNE Eula Mae, dear mother of Frankie J. Branner, also survived by three grandchildren, one brother Howard Anderson of Cleveland, OH and a host ot other relatives and friends. September 28, 1991. Friends may call Thursday from 10 A M. until time of service at 11 A.M. at the New Jerusalem Baptist Church, 26 West North Bend Rd., Rev. Damon Lynch Jr., Pastor. Interment Beech-grove Cemetery. Jamison & Jamison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. FULTON Mildred (nee Kuntz) beloved wife of the late Hayes Fulton, dear mother of Deanna Davis, Marlene Whitley, Glenn and Ronald Fulton, also survived by nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Monday, September 30, 1991. Visitation at the Gilligan Funeral Home, Montgomery at Galbraith, Wednesday 6-9 P.M. Mass ot Christian Burial at St. Saviour Church, Thursday at 10 A.M. GEBHARDT Helen M. (nee Borgmann), be loved wife of the late Alfred F. Gebhardt, devoted mother of Dr. Raymond A. Gebhardt and Mrs. Ruth A. Stokes, also sur vived by six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Age 91 years. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday at 7 P.M. at Our Lady ot Lourdes Church. Memorials may be given to the Tuition Aid Fund at Our Lady of Lourdes Church or the chari ty of your choice. Mrs. Gebhardt served as a Pink Lady for 19 years at St. Francis Hos pital. Bolton 8. Lunsford Funer al Home serving the family. GIORDANO George P., beloved husband of Betty Giordano (nee Hamil ton), dear father of Donna Rist, Barbara Widener, Frani Cole, Tina and Frankie Giordano, Kenny, Bobby and Barry Burd and the late Cookie Coldiron and Danny Burd, brother of Katherine Tabor, also survived by 34 grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildren, Saturday, September 28, 1991. Age 63 years. Mass ot Christian Burial, St. Catharine Church, Wednes day, October 3, at 10 A.M. Friends may call at the Gump Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glen- more Ave., Cheviot, Tuesday, from 5 to 9 P.M. Westernn Hills Lodge 762 F8.AM. Services 7:30 P.M. FOP. Lodge 113 services 8 P.M. Member of D A V. Chapter 1. If so de sired, memorials may be made to the American cancer soci ety. IIORSLEY Hilary Elizabeth, darling daugh ter of Rick and Mary Mauntel Horsley, devoted sister of Rick Jr., Amy, Matthew, Lorl, Christopher and Emily Horsley, be loved granddaughter of Rose Horsley and Virginia Dickson. Saturday, September 28, 1991 Residence Norwood, OH. Age one month. Angel Mass St. Pe ter and Paul Church, Tuesday, October 1, at 7:30 P.M. Friends may call at the Naegele, Kleb and Ihiendort Funeral Home, 3900 Montoomery Road, Nor wood, Tuesday evening, from S to 7 P.M. Interment private at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be directed to Good Samaritan Hospital New born Special Care Unit. HOWELL Mildred E beloved mother of Mrs. Nancy Ratermann, grandmother ot Mrs. Lynn Lambert, Mrs. Kim Schmidt and Miss Paula Ratermann and five great-grandchildren. At her residence Ft. Mitchell, ky. sun- day, September 29, 1991. Age 76 years, services at the Alli son & Rose Funeral Home, inc. 5645 Taylor Mill Rd, Taylor Mill, KY, Wednesday, October 2 at 10 A.M. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5-8 P.M. Tues day. Memorials may be made to the St. Elizabeth Home Hos pice Care Center, Covington, KY. AMMON Clara, beloved wife of the late George C. Ammon, dear mother of June Robbins, moth er-in-law of Bill Robbins, sister of Dorothy Irish, grandmother of George W. Robbins, Ann Miller and Patrick Robbins, also survived by seven great-grand-chitdren. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Age 102. A memorial service will be announced later. Memorials may be directed to the Bond Hill Presbyterian Church or the Alzheimer's Assoc. Elden A. Good Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. BECHTEL Paul David, husband of Melissa Mae (nee Groby), father of Bettie Pena; Beverly Bechtel, wife of Steve Glazier; Mike Bechtel, husband of Sue (nee Barnes); and Kathy Dennis, wife of Kirk; grandfather of Kathryn, Arl, Lill, Seth, Andrei and Melissa, brother of Gene Bechtel. Sunday, September 29. Resident of Ml. Healthy. Funeral services will be Thursday, October 3, 10 A.M. at the Paul Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Ml. Healthy. Visitation Wednesday from 5-8 P.M. at the same location. BEIERLEIN Stanley, beloved husband of the late Pauline (Hofmann) Beier-lein, devoted father ot Lawrence and Paul E. Beierlein and the late Ronald Beierlein, dear father-in-law of Ann and Julie Beierlein, also survived by four grandchildren Paul E. Jr., Julie, Jeti and Jill Beierlein. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Residence Finneytown. Age 82 years. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Clare Church, Cedar Ave., College Hill, Wednesday, October 2 at 10:45 A.M. Visitation at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday morning from 9 A.M. to 10:15 A.M. Mr. Beierlein was a member of Pioneers of America. Memorials may be made to St. Rita School for the Deaf. BELLBAKIE Nina, age 93, beloved wife of Garland E. Bell, dear mother of Ernest Bakie and J. Ralph Bak-ie, grandmother ot five, great-grandmother of four. September 28, 1991. Residence Blue Ash. Service Wednesday, 10 A.M. at the Quentin K, Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Rd., Deer Park. It so desired, memorials may be sent to Alzheimer's Association. BLAYLOCK Lucille, sister of the late Grace Stout and John and Charles Blaylock, survived by many nieces and nephews. Monday, September 30, 1991. Resident ol Springdale, formerly ot Peoria, IL. No visitation. Graveside Service 2 P.M. Thursday, Octo ber 3 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Glendale. It desired, sympathy may be expressed by memo rial contributions to the Forest Park Baptist Church, 1255 W. Kemper Rd., 45240. Vorhis Fu neral Home serving the family. BOLDEN Elmer, dear husband of Mattie Bolden, devoted step-father of Delana Cureton and Lynetta Taylor, father of Lorenzo and Joseph Bolden, uncle of Corne lius Smiley, also survived by grandchildren, other relatives and friends. September 29, 1991. Visitation Wednesday, 6-7 P.M. Funeral service 7 P.M., Second Trinity Baptist Church, Nassau and Sinton Aves. Rev D.W. Moore officiating. Inter ment Thursday, 10 A.M., Vine St. Hill Cemetery. McKenzie Funeral Home in charge. BOVARD Emily, beloved aunt of Eileen Bovard, of Minn., Alice Taylor, of Denver, CO and Bill Bovard, Dallas, TX, dear sister of the late Lawrence, Harold and Har ry Bovard, sister-in-law of Hilda Holthaus, aunt of Martha Berne. Friday, September 27, 1991. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Thursday from 11 A.M. until time ot service at 12 Noon. BRADLEY Mary E beloved wife of the late John W. Bradley, devoted mother ot Marie T. Enms (Montgomery), John W. Bradley, Jr. (Bralntree, MA) and son-in-law, Edward G. Ennis, dear grandmother of Lisa and Douglas bnras and John w Bradley, III. Monday, September 30, 1991. Funeral services will be held Thursday at the McDonald Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Weymouth, MA, with Visitation Wednesday. For those who choose, contribu tions may be made to Good Shepherd Youth Group at Good Shepherd Church, Symmes Twp. Arrangements by Strawser Funeral Home, 791-7203. BREVING Gladys C, wile of the late Ja cob J. Breving, mother ot Ger aid and Thomas Breving and the late James Breving, grand mother of six. Died at her resi dence Sunday, September 29, 1991, Pierce Township, OH Age 82. Mass of Christian Buri al St. Thomas More Church, Wednesday, October 2, 1991 at 7 P.M. Memorials to American Cancer Society and Clermont Senior Services, Batavia, OH. BROWN Helen Ruth, dear sister of Win ifred Brown and the late Dar win Brown, daughter of the late Gertrude S. and Charles W. Brown, aunt of Charles Brown, also survived by great-nieces and nephews. Retiree ot Hamil ton Mutual Insurance Co. Sep tember 29, 1991. Age 94 years. Residence Anderson Township. Service at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Bcechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Wednes day, October 2 at I P.M. BRUCE Margaret M. (nee Collins). dear mother of William A. Bruce, grandmother of Cheryl and William Bruce. Saturday, September 28, 1991. Age 68. Resident of Elmwood Place. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Wednesday, from 10 A.M. until time of funeral service at II A.M. Memorials may be directed to the American Heart Association or to the Jewish Hospital Cardiac Care Unit. funeral director below. NAMK TIMK AMMON, Claro BECHTEL, Paul Dovid I000A M. BEIERLE IN. Stanley 10:45AM BEU-BAKIE, Nino 10:00A M. BLAYIOCK, Lucille 2:00 P.M. BOLDEN, Elmer 1000AM. BOVARD, Emily 1 2:00 P M BRADLEY, Moryi. BREVING, Glodys C. 7:00 P.M. BROWN, Helen Ruth 1:00 P.M. BRUCE, Margaret M. 1 1:00 A.M. BUCHERT, Hilda 11:00 A.M. CIPOLLONE, Joseph 10:30 A.M. COOK, Cloro Louise ' 1 1 :00 A.M. FORD, Virginia 10:00A.M. FORTUNE, Eula Mae I 1 :00 A.M. FULTON, Mildred 10:00A M. GEBHARDT, Helen M. 7:00 P.M. GIORDANO, George P. 1000A.M. HIGH, Mary Dennis 2:30 P.M. HORSLEY, Hilary Elizabeth 7:30 P.M. HOWELL, Mildred f. 10:00 A.M. HUFFMAN, Anno W. 2:00P.M. KEEFE, William R. KLARE, Charles R, 10:00 A.M. KOBER, Charles P. 2:00 P.M. MCDANIEL. Bruce A. 1:30 P.M. MADDOX, Raymond 1 1:00 A.M. MILLER, Oscar 1:00 P.M. PAINTER, Joseph 11:00 A.M. RAINGE, Creocie 1 1:00 A.M. RAMIREZ, Rolando Rafael 10 30 A M. REDLIN, Edward C. 8: 1 5 P.M. REED, June C. 2:00 P.M. ROBB. ThelmaM. 10:00A.M. ROBY, MayB. 10:30A.M. ROSE Cotherine 10:30 A M. SCHERMER, Hartsell. 1:00 P.M. SCHULER, Thomas A. SCHUPP.EmmoP. 10:00A.M. STALLMEYER, Marva Lee 10:00A.M. STEINBECK, Edward). 10:00 A.M. STEWARD, Benny F. 7:00 P.M. WENDELKEN, Edword J. 10 00 A.M. WHELPLEY, Ruth (Dixie) 1:30 P.M. WRIGHT, OrvilleC. Death Notices HIGH Mary Dennis, beloved wife of Nelson B. High and devoted mother of Marcia Doll and Karen Osborne, also survived by four sisters, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. September 29, 1991 In St. Petersburg, FL. No visiting hours. Graveside service, Spring Grove Cemetery, Wednesday, October 2 at 2:30 P.M. Ar rangements, Vorhis Funeral Home, (821-0062). HUFFMAN Anna W. (nee Wehr), beloved wile of Harold W. Huffman, dear sister of Ted Wehr and Paul Wehr, aunt of Nancy Wehr Turner, Audrey Wehr, Fred Wehr and James Wehr. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Residence Fairfield, OH. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 3950 Pleasant Ave., Hamilton, OH, Wednesday, 2 P.M. Friends may call Tuesday 5-8 P.M. It so desired, remembrances may be sent to Hospice of Miami Valley or Messiah Lutheran Church of Greenhills. KEEFE William R , beloved husband of Catherine Keefe, devoted father of Ronald Dunteman, brother-in-law of Marylee Keefe, also survived by three grandchildren, two nieces, and four nephews. September 7, 1991 in Edgewater, FL. Age 65 years. Residence Edgewater, FL, formerly of Deer Park. Service at Baldwin-Hughey Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach, FL, on September 9. Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 149 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach, FL. 32168. KLARE Charles R. "Charlie", beloved husband of Catherine (nee Early) M. Klare, devoted father of Kathy Stemmerding, Charles M., Jany Lyle, Janet Minor, Connie Eckert, Peggy Schaapf and Jennie Bell, grandfather of Charles, Daryl, Doug, Shelly, Greg, Joe, Becky, Steve, Julie, Katy, Lindsey and Matt, great-grandfather of Ryan and Hannah, brother of Florence Butler. Suddenly, September 29, 1991. Age 76. Retired from the Cincinnati Bell Telephone. Family and friends may call Wednesday 7-9 P.M. at the Quentin K. Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Rd., Deer Park. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 10 A.M., St. John Church, Deer Park. If so desired memorials may be sent to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 4201 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati, 45229 or charity ol your choice. MADDOX Raymond, beloved husband of Olive H. (nee Hendricks) Mad-dox, devoted father of Mrs. C. Thomas (Melanle) Jackson, of Kent, OH; Dr. Raymond Neil Maddox, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and Melvin D. Maddox, of La Hambra, CA; also survived by eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; dear brother of Mrs. Anna Howard and Roy L. Maddox. September 28, 1991. Former West Chester, OH Farmer. Services will be held Wednesday at II A.M. with visitation one hour prior to service at the H.G. Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, OH. Memorial contribu tions may be directed to Multiple Sclerosis of SW Ohio, 4201 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati, OH 45229. rofur to the rilNKKAI. HOMK DATE Elden A. Good Oct. 3 Paul 8. Young Oct 2 Neidhard Oct. 2 Quentin K Stoley Oct. 3 Vorh.s Oct. 3 McKenzie Oct. 3 Hodopp Strawser Oct. 2 St. Thomas More Oct. 2 T P. White & Sons Oct. 02 Hodopp Oct. 2 Neidhard Oct. 02 Elden A. Good Oct. 3 Thomas Memorial Oct.02 George H. Rohde & Son Oct. 3 Jamison & Jamison Oct. 3 Glliqan Oct. 2 Bolton & Lunsford Oct. 2 Gump-Holl Oct. 2 Vorhis IGravesidel Oct. 01 Naegele, Kleb & Ihiendort Oct. 2 Allison & Rose Inc. Oct. 2 Paul R. Young Sept. 9 New Smyrna Beach, Ft Oct. 3 Quentin K. Stoley Oct. 2 Minges IHorrison, OH) Oct. 2 Elden A. Good Oct. 2 H.G. Shorten Oct. 2 Weil Oct. 3 Kennedy-Stevens Oct. 2 Joseph R. Gorr Oct. 1 Thomas Memorial Oct. 2 Thomas Memorial Oct. 2 Neidhard Oct. 3 Miller-Simminger Oct.02 Witt, Good & Kelsch Oct. 2 Bovard's (Versailles, INI Oct. 2 fitch-Oenney Linnemann (Erlonger, KY) Oct. 2 Paul R. Young Oct. 2 Swindler & Currin Oct. 3 Frederick Oct. 1 Thompson Oct. 2 NurreBros. Oct. 3 W. Mack Johnson & Anderson Neidhard Death Notices 'KOBER Charles P., age 56. Funeral services Minges Funeral Home, 10385 New Haven Rd., Harrison, OH, Wednesday at 2 P.M. Visitation from Noon until time of service. Burial Glen Ha ven Cemetery. Memorials to the Harrison Lite squad. MCDANIEL Bruce A beloved husband of Cynthia McDaniel, dear father of Elizabeth and Abigail McDaniel, son of J. David and Ruth McDaniel, brother of Jay McDaniel. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Residence Anderson Township. Friends may call at the Elden A. Good Funeral Home, 2620 Erie Ave., west of Hyde Park Sq. Tuesday from 12 Noon to 3 P.M. Services at the Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church Cha pel, Wednesday at 1:30 P.M. Memorials may be made to Ohio University. MILLER Oscar, 87, beloved husband of the late Rose Miller, devoted father of Harriet and Marvin Dorfman of Tarzana, CA and Nancy and Alvin A. Dorfman, loving grandfather ot Greg, Bri an, Marci, Michael, Michelle and the late Cheryl, great grandfather of Caylen Rose. Services Well Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd, Wednesday, October 2, 1 P.M. Shiva will be observed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dorfman, Wednesday through Tuesday. Memorial contributions to the Orthodox Jewish Home or the charity of one's choice would be appreciated. PAINTER Joseph, husband of Bertha Rid-geway Painter, father of Betty M. Moorehead, father in-law of James Moorehead, grandfather of Natalie Bendgen, Julie Canter, Theresa Saylor, Janelle Hosier, Vanessa Laloye, Gwen and Eric Moorehead, great grandfather of Rachel Bendgen, Lauren Hosier, Zackary and Justin Lajoye, and Joshua and Erin Canter. September 30, 1991. Residence Bethel, OH. Age 84 years. Funeral service 11 A.M. Thursday, Kennedy- Stevens Funeral Home, Bethel. Visitation 6-8 P M. Wednesday. D. of A. Service, 7:30 P.M. Wednesday. Memorials: Hos pice of Cincinnati. RAINGE Creacie, loving mother of Dru-cilla Rainge, James H. Rainge Sr., Ann Wallace and Creacie Reese, also survived by grand children, Henrietta and James Rainge Jr., Roxanne Wallace, Ronald and Damon Reese, special friend Arthur Tults, other relatives and friends. Vis itation Wednesday 10-11 A.M., Joseph R. Garr Funeral Service, 930 Flndlay St. Services at 11 A.M. REDLIN Edward C, beloved husband of Mary Virginia RecUin, devoted father ot Katherine Miner, James and Thomas Redlin and step-sons John and Paul Mey er, also survived by ten grandchildren, brother of Margaret Petrovlc and Robert Redlin, dear son ol Catherine Redlin. Sunday, September 29, 1991 Friends may call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Wednesday 5-7:45 P.M. Mass ol Christian Burial at St. Gertrude Church, Wednesday at 8:15 P.M. If de sired, memorials may be di rected to Hospice of Cincinnati or charity ot your choice. Death Notices RAMIREZ Rolando Rafael, beloved husband of Nora T. Ramirez, devoted father of lleana, Jorge, Rolando and Eduardo Ramirez, brother of Angelina Prince, dear son of Maria Ramirez, also survived by eight grandchildren. Saturday, September 28, 1991. Residence Roselawn. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 7245 Eastlawn Dr., Tuesday, 10:30 AM. REED June C. (nee Coftey), beloved wife of the late James E Reed, dear daughter ol Dolores Cof fey and the late F A. Coffey and sister of Hazel Mann, Ruth Bellany, Pauline Jones, Connie Bunch and John Coffey, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Residence Springfield Township. Age 57 years. Funeral services at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, October 2 at 2 P.M. Visitation at the funeral home, Tuesday evening from 6-8 P.M. If de sired, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Soci ety ROBB Thelma M. (nee Morin), beloved wife of Donald Robb, dear mother of Donald and Ronald Robb and Julie Patterson, dear daughter of Hobart Morin and Meretta Rountree Stamper, dew sister-in-law of Patricia Galloway, of St. James, FL and James Robb, also survived by four grandchildren. Friends may call at the Miller-Simminger Funeral Home, 3330 Parkcrest Ln., Western Hills, Wednesday from 5 until 8 P.M. Funeral Blessing, Thursday, 10 A.M. If desired, memorial contribu tions may be directed to the charity of your choice. ROBY May B. (nee Nagel), beloved wife of Earl L. Roby, devoted sister of Pearl Parr, dear sis ter-in-law of Howard and Nor ma Roby and Leona Parr, also survived by nieces and neph ews. September 28, 1991. Resident of Oakley. No visitation. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Cecilia Church. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, serving the lamily. ROSE Catherine, 88. Funeral Wednes day, 10:30 A.M., Bovards, Versailles, IN. SCHERMER Hartsel I. "Hap", passed away Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital. U.S. Air Force veter an. He served as a sales representative for the Lutheran Brotherhood Insurance Co. and retired after 25 years. He re ceived the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Community Service from that society. He is survived by his wile Elsie, son Robert and daughter-in-law Gloria of Louisville, KY and Marsha Lambert and son-in- law Oavid of Newburgh, IN and five grandchildren. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 P M. at Emanuel Lutheran Church with visitation 5-9 P.M., Tuesday at Fitch-Denney Funeral Home. Memorial donations to Eman- ual Lutheran Church Organ Fund or American Heart Assoc. SCHULER Thomas A., beloved husband of the late Dorris Alsip Schuler, loving father of Alan Schuler and Toni Schafer, grandfather of nine grandchildren and tour great-grandchildren, also sur vived by many nieces and nephews. Monday, September 30, 1991. Resident of Florence, KY. Age 79 years. Private services at the convenience of the family. Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger, serving the family. Memorial contributions to the Alzheimer's Ass'n., 644 Linn St., Suite 1017, Cinti., OH, 45203. SCI WPP Emma P. (nee Spohn), beloved wile of the late William F Schupp, devoted mother of Wil liam Schupp ot Claredon Hills, IL and Robert Schupp of Far mington Hills, Ml, grandmother of William R Steven F Mark A., Jeftrey E. and Michael B. Schupp and Mrs. Lisa (Schupp) Petrauskas, great-grandmother of Kane, Emily and Molly Schupp. Monday, September 30, 1991. Residence College Hill. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, 10 A.M. Friends may call Wednesday, from 9 A M. until time ot service. If desired, remembrances may be sent to the American Heart Ass n. STALLMEYER Marva Lee (nee Schmidt), beloved wile of John 'Jack' Stan meyer. Mass ol Christian Burl al Wednesday, 10 A.M. at the Church ol 51. Agnes, Ft. Wright. Friends may call Tues day evening from 5-8 P M. at the Swindler & Currin Fuenral Home, Latonia. District grade 4 grade 6 grade 8 grade 10 State average 57.9 56.8 58.7 56.1 Cincinnati Public ' 40.6 33.2 40.0 53.3 Deer Park 55.8 60.0 59.0 56.5 Finneytown 72.2 75.2 66.9 77.6 Forest Hills 75.1 76.9 77.1 78.8 Indian Hill 79.3 84.8 91.8 92.5 Lockland 45.5 39.6 43.8 0.0 Loveland 70.5 65.0 57.4 59.1 Madeira 61.1 91.9 88.2 81.4 Mariemont 83.3 80.4 86.3 77.0 Mount Healthy 40.7 35.8 53.2 40.4 North College Hill 43.0 34.2 44.7 31.7 Northwest 64.5 59.6 60.9 65.8 Norwood 42.2 34.4 39.1 36.9 Oak Hills 66.1 71.5 60.0 57.1 Princeton 59.6 57.8 56.9 52.2 Reading 52.9 51.1 54.8 41.6 St. Bernard 44.7 46.1 39.6 38.2 Southwest 50.7 49.3 56.0 50.4 Sycamore 75.4 82.1 76.2 82.5 Three Rivers 57.1 43.1 49.7 45.8 Winton Woods 61.4 68.1 67.7 70.3 Wyoming 88.9 86.4 93.0 92.0 Language State average 55.7 54.3 56.3 53.7 Cincinnati Public 46.7 42.6 37.5 45.7 Deer Park 54.7 50.0 33.3 32.4 Finneytown 81.7 74.4 63.6 70.4 Forest Hills 74.6 77.6 62.6 68.6 Indian Hill 87.6 77.2 82.8 83.3 Lockland 71.4 47.9 35.4 0.0' Loveland 62.9 61.2 56.3 50.6 Madeira 70.1 72.6 75.0 76.3 Mariemont 90.2 82.6 71.2 67.2 Mount Healthy 43.5 41.3 53.4 41.8 North College Hill 57.9 36.8 46.1 38.6 Northwest 58.5 57.3 48.8 52.9 Norwood 52.5 39.0 33.6 29.2 Oak Hills 68.7 68.9 55.5 52.1 Princeton 64.0 67.1 59.8 50.1 Reading 54.9 58.5 69.9 52.6 St. Bernard 61.2 63.2 52.1 47.1 Southwest 49.3 51.9 58.7 42.2 Sycamore 74.3 81.2 70.4 72.7 Three Rivers 47.4 42.3 44.8 37.9 Winton Woods 69.7 60.8 68.4 60.8 Wyoming 89.7 80.9 87.8 82.4 Mathematics State average 55.0 56.5 54.9 56.5 Cincinnati Public 45.7 42.6 32.9 45.7 Deer Park 80.0 41.0 61.0 46.4 Finneytown 78.6 80.3 68.6 76.0 Forest Hills 81.5 79.8 66.5 78.4 Indian Hill 77.7 82.1 86.9 85.8 Lockland 55.8 45.8 18.8 0.0 Loveland 65.0 51.5 47.7 65.9 Madeira 78.1 90.2 72.1 69.0 Mariemont 89.2 83.7 83.6 77.0 Mount Healthy 43.2 32.2 36.6 30.8 North College Hill 57.0 50.9 44.7 50.5 Northwest 65.0 65.8 49.4 55.0 Norwood City 45.9 32.0 31.8 27.1 Oak Hills 71.4 69.5 64.5 61.9 Princeton City 54.8 61.1 52.6 59.7 Reading 60.8 44.7 45.2 50.0 St. Bernard 53.4 50.0 31.9 44.8 Southwest 43.6 54.2 67.4 60.1 Sycamore 79.6 80.0 78.3 82.6 Three Rivers 42.9 34.3 43.4 38.5 Winton Woods 61.1 67.5 53.5 67.2 Wyoming 88.9 85.5 93.0 88.5 'Lockland sophomores did not take the tests. Source: Ohio Department of Education the curriculum working and where can we Test ic variables, Moore' said. "The socio-economic status is probably the single most important thing" that influences test scores, Killian said. "And we are not willing to recognize that." above average. ... I'm afraid most people are not willing to accept the fact that half the population is below average." Statewide, more than half the students were above average the national average ranging from 53.7 of sophomores scoring above 50 NCE on the language tests to 58.7 of eighth-graders above the 50 NCE in reading. Moore said that's not good enough. "What we want to know is, 'Where is improve education, Trent said. Statewide, results are similar to last year. Next year, educators will be able to monitor last year's fourth-graders by looking at sixth-grade scores; progress for last year's sixth- and eighth-graders will be measured through 1992 eighth- and lOth-grade scores. Statewide, schools are also divvied into seven groups depending on socio-econom- improve.' Group results are probably more valuable to educators than to parents, he said. "All testing will do is tell you where a child is at a particular time," said Bernard Barbadora, director of planning, research and evaluation for Cincinnati Public Schools. "Just measuring them is not going to help the situation." The tests are one part of a plan to CONTINUED FROM PAGE B l is statistically impossible, said David Kil-lian, professor and acting chairman of Miami University's Department of Teacher Education. "It's always a great shock to the people," he said. "The politicians will say they have this goal to have all the students Sell it today with a classified ad In The Enquirer Call 421-6300

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