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Wednesday, October 2, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB-3 Obituaries f"""SB Deaf ft Notices Death Notices Death Notices rails CRAIG Helen M. (nee Snider), wife of the late John L. Craig, devoted mother of Mary Mathews, Ruth Ashcraft, Pearl Bicknell, John, Kenneth, Raymond and For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. Edward Charles Redlin, 75 GE retiree helped others to learn English, reading skills Bill Craig, also survived by 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Graveside service at wiuiamsDurg ceme ADKINS Elvera K. (Petey), age 78 of Russells Point, OH formerly of Cincinnati, OH, wife of the late Herbert E. Adkins 0988), daughter of the late Henry Frederick and Gertrude Emma Anna (Palisch) Breyer. September 28, 1991. Funeral service from the Galilee Lutheran Church, Russells Point, OH, Thursday, October 3, 1991 at 1 1 A.M. Visitation Wednesday, October 2 from 2- P.M. at the Van Horn Funeral Home, Lake-view, OH and Thursday at the church from 10-11 A.M. Interment Cliff HM Cemetery, Versailles, IN. Memorial contribu-tions to the Trl Care Hospice. FUNERAL tery Thursday at 2 P.M. HAWKINS Alice E. (nee O'Hara), beloved wife of the late Irvin C. Hawkins, devoted mother of Joan Harris and the late Donald Hawkins, dear grandmother of Steven, Karen, Kellie and Douglas, great-grandmother of Adrian, dear mother-in-law of Joan Hawkins and Carl Harris, dear friend of Maria Kothe, other relatives and many friends. (Last survivor of nine children of the O'Hara Family of Norwood). Monday, September 30, 1991. Age 79 years. Formerly of Milford, OH. Friends may call at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery Chapel, Wednesday, October 2 from 1 P.M. until time of Blessing at 1:30 P.M. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to Hospice of Cincinnati or the American Cancer Society. Vorhis Funeral Home serving the family. ELLIS Virginia C. (nee Gronefeld), be loved wife of the late Law BY JOHN HOPKINS The Cincinnati Enquirer Edward Charles Redlin gave up his leisure time to teach others to read, write and speak English. For many years, the Madeira resident traveled to Price Hill to teach a Vietnamese family to speak English, and to Madisonville to teach another man to read. Throughout his career and his retirement, Mr. Redlin used his leisure time to tutor others. He also served on the Miami University Alumni Board and worked with the Boy Scouts of America. He also was a member of St. Gertrude parish in Madeira. Surviving besides his wife are two sons, James Redlin, Katonah, N.Y., and Thomas Redlin, Milford; a daughter. Katherine Miller. V"1 in. i UN iii.Hi rence Ellis, beloved sister of Mrs. Frank (Alma) Meidel, Mrs. Charles (May) Graham, Mrs. Charles (Dorothy) Cru-sham, loving aunt of nine nieces and nephews, step-mother of Margie McCoy of FL, step-grandmother of six grandchildren and numerous step-great-grandchildren. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Age 70 years. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer and Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Wednesday 5-8 P.M. Funeral Mass Thursday, October 3, St. Lawrence Church, 10 A.M. Member of St. Cecilia Rosary Altar Society of St. Lawrence Church. Redlin ALLEN Frances H. (nee Hezlep) of Cleveland Heights, OH and Chester Basin, Nova Scotia, dear mother of Bruce C of Cleveland, OH and Cynthia J. of Leonia, NJ, grandmother of Christopher Allen and Nicholas Aquillno, sister of Rowena Mason, Samuel, John and David Hezlep, dear friend of Blair Hodgman, Mary Ann Calo and Nell CoHicutt. Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 3, 1 1 A.M. In St. Martin's Chapel of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2747 Fairmount Blvd., Cleveland Heights, OH where friends may call In the McCracken Room, Wednesday, 7:30-9:30 P.M. Interment Nova Scotia, Canada. Arrangements by Brown-Forward Funeral Home, Shaker Heights, OH. HUTH Evelyn, devoted wife of the late Clifford Huth, beloved mother of Jody Windhorn, Gary and Boyd Huth, dear brother of B.B., Ronnie and Sherell Jacks, also survived by 12 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Tuesday, October 1, 1991. Age 68 years. Services 1 1 A.M. Friday in Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Visitation 6-9 P.M., Thursday. Interment, Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. : "Ed was always interested in helping others," said his wife, Virginia. "Ed's philosophy was that 'People helped me, and now it's my turn to help them.' " Mr. Redlin died of cancer Sunday at his home. He was 75. ; He was such an inspirational father that his children, knowing he was dying, wrote him "beautiful letters thanking him and telling him about their thoughts and their love," his wife said. "His life was dedicated to his family, and he had such a great sense of responsibility. This was how he lived," she said. For 44 years, Mr. Redlin worked for the General Electric Co. in Cincinnati. He retired in 1981 from GE's accounting department. West Chester; two stepsons, John Meyer, Columbus, Ohio, and Paul Meyer, Kansas City, Kan.; his mother, Catherine of Beachwood, Ohio; a brother, Robert, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; a sister, Margaret Petrovic, Beachwood; and 10 grandchildren. Visitation will be from 5 to 7:45 p.m. today at Thomas Memorial Funeral Home, Kenwood. Services will be at 8:15 p.m.' today at St. Gertrude Church in Madeira. Burial will be Thursday in Butler County Memorial Park, Hamilton. Memorials can be sent to the Hospice of Cincinnati, 2710 Reading Road, Cincinnati 45206. FINGERMAN Ida Wartik, 81, beloved wife of Aaron Fingerman, devoted mother of Monna Gale Kohn of Baltimore, MD and Barbara F. Melamed of Dobbs Ferry, NY, dear sister of Grace W. Sig-man, Dr. Thomas Wartik of State College, PA and Herschel J. Wartik of Rockville Center, NY, loving grandmother of Jan Swan and Guy, Matthew and Joshua Kohn and Daniel and Joseph Melamed, proud great-grandmother of Adam Clifford Swan. Services Well Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd., Thursday, October 3, 1 P.M. The family will receive friends at their residence. Memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice would be NAME TIME DATE HOME ADKINS, Elvera K. 1 L00 A.M. Oct. 3 Van Horn llakeview, OH) ALLEN, Frances H. 1 1:00 A.M. Oct. 3 Brown-ForwardlShaker Hgis.,OH) BOSSE, Edith L. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 4 Thomas Memorial BOVARD, Emily 1 2:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Hodapp BRYANT, Paul Armand 10:00A.M. Oct. 3 Becker IDeerfield Beach, FLI BUCKLE, Richard 11:00 A.M. Oct. 4 B.J. Meyer Sons CARTER-MCLANE, DorothyS. 10:00A.M. Oct. 3 Naegele, Kleb & Ihlen- dorf COOK, Cloro Louise 1 1:00 A.M. Oct. 3 Thomas Memoriol CRAIG, Helen M. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Maham (Williamsburg, OH ELLIS, Virginia C. 10:00 A.M. Oct. 3 Vitt, Stermer & Ander- son FINGERMAN, Ida Wartik 1:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Weil FRIETSCH, William Jr. 10:30 A.M. Oct. 5 Neidhord-Minges FULTON, Mildred 10:00 A.M. Oct. 3 Gilligon GEBHARDT, Helen M. 7:00 P.M. Oct. 2 Bolton i Lunslord GRAVES, Bobby 1:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Thompson GRAY, Dora 10:30 A.M. Oct. 3 Dobbling GREENHAM, Mamie M. 1 1 :00 A.M. Oc). 3 Neidhard-Minges HAWKINS, Alice E. 1:30 P.M. Oct. 2 Vorhis HUTH, Evelyn 1 1 :00 A.M. Oct. 4 Ronald B. Jones KREIMER, John L. 10,00 A.M. Oct. 4 Rebold MOSS, Lou W, 1:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Hall-Jordan O'DAY, George P. 10:00 A.M. Oct. 3 Dobbling (Bellevue, KY) OEHLER, Morio Eunice 10:00A.M. Oct. 4 Quentin K. Staley PATTERSON, Dortha B. 3:00 P.M. Oct. 19 Anderson REDLIN, Edward C. 8:15P.M. Oct. 2 Thomas Memorial ROBY, MayB. 10:30A.M. Oct. 02 Witt, Good and Kelsch RUBLE, Harold H. John J. Radel SCHAFER, Stella Alberto 10:00A.M. Oct. 3 T.P. White & Sons STEVENSON, Richard N. 7:00 P.M. Oct. 3 Vorhis VEERKAMP, William H. 11:00 A.M. Oct. 4 Neidhord WARREN, Carl M. 7:30 P.M. Oct. 3 Jamison & Jamison WHELPLEY.RuthlDixiel 1:30 P.M. Oct. 3 W. Mack Johnson & An- derson Death Notices 5 Death Notices 5 BOSSE Edith L. (nee Benhase), beloved wife of Howard M. Bosse, devoted mother of Howard Alan and William Lloyd Bosse, sister of Alfred J. Benhase, dear grandmother of Karen A. Fisher, William A., Sarah J. and Douglas A. Bosse, great-grandmother of Emily A. Fisher. October 1, 1991. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7S00 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Friday from 1 P.M. until time of funeral services at 2 P.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to the Sycamore Presbyterian Church, 11800 Mason Rd Cincinnati, OH 45249. Virginia Ballard BY JIM CALHOUN KREIMER John L., beloved husband of Margaret Kreimer (nee Fritz), dear father of Jack and Dan Kreimer, loving grandfather of Lisa Seller, Lorle Schaefer, Jennifer, Leslie and Jeff Kreimer, great-grandfather of Anthony Seiler, brother of Helen Fuller, Marge Keilhoz, Sr. Irvin Marie, O.S.E., Esther Philhow-er, Edward and the late LeRoy, Irvin, Milton and Richard Kreimer and the late Norma Heitz, brother-in-law of David and Mary Malsbary. Tuesday, October 1, 1991. Age 77. Friends may call at Rebold Funeral Home, 3700 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Thursday, 5-9 P.M. Funeral Mass, St. Aloysius Gonza-ga Church, Friday, 10 A.M. Memorials may be directed to the St. Aloysius Gonzaga Memorial Fund, 4366 Bridgetown Rd., 45211, or the Elder High School Scholarship Fund, 3900 Vincent Ave., Clntl., OH 45205. She was active in the Butler County Republican Party, and for years was on the party's Central Committee, made up of precinct executives from throughout the county. She belonged to the Business and Professional Women of Middletown, the Middletown Board of Realtors and the American Association of Retired Persons. She also FRIETSCH William Jr., beloved husband of the late Helen Frletsch (nee Lutz), dear father of Marilyn (Lynn) Schoettmer, Kay, Bill and Jim Frletsch, also nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Friday, September 27, 1991. Age 86 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend a Memorial Mass at St. Martin Church, Cheviot, Saturday, October 5 at 10:30 A.M. Body donation was made to U.C. College of Medicine. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. 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 Harry 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 of service at 12 Noon. . The Cincinnati Enquirer In her 40 years as a real estate agent, it was a rare day that Virginia Ballard wasn't in the office trying to cinch a deal. "She's never had a vacation. She's never missed a day of work," said Tom Baird, owner of Tom Baird Real Estate Co., where Mrs. Ballard worked. "She was the leading real estate person here. She worked for me and my dad for more than 40 years," Baird said. The secret to her success? "Well, everybody liked her. I never knew a person she didn't like. She was a hard worker." Mrs. Ballard, 71, of Middletown, died Sunday in Middletown Regional Hospital after a short illness. She was a saleswoman until the last. "When the doctor was putting a heart catheter in (during a recent illness), she was trying to sell him a house," said a son, David L. Ballard of Middletown. "She truly loved it." Mrs. Ballard was a fourth-generation resident of Middletown. She graduated in the late 1930s from Middletown High School. MOSS Lou W., loving wife of James C. Moss, devoted sister of Ethel Good, of Hemstead, NY, dear first cousin of Betty Edwards, of Detroit, Ml, Shead Elliot, of Las Vegas, NV, Laura Anne Glenn, Bobbie and Alexander Elliott, all of Bowling Green, K Y, beloved sister-in-law of Edna Wells and Jesse Moss, a host of other relatives and friends. September 29 at age 65. Funeral services Thursday, 1 P.M., Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. Rev. Mack Jackson officiating. Friends may call 12 Noon until time of service at the funeral home. Interment Walnut Hills Cemetery. Ballard was a Kentucky Colonel. "She was quite proud of that," her son said. Also surviving are another son, Robert E. Ballard of Anderson, S.C.; a daughter, Judith A. Hill of Middletown; a brother, Davey Davidson of Middle-town; a sister, Midge McMullen of Middletown; and six grandchildren. Her husband, Morris Ballard, died in 1982. Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. today in St. Paul United Church of Christ, 114 S. Broad St., Middletown. Entombment will be in Woodside Cemetery, Middletown. Memorials can be made to the church. 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 Galbralth, Wednesday 6-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Saviour Church, Thursday at 10 A.M. ROBY May B. Mass of Christian Burial, Wednesday, 10:30 A.M., St. Cecilia Church. Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, serving the family. SCHAFER Stella Alberta, dear sister of Earl N. and Pauline Schafer. September 30, 1991. Age 78 years. Residence Mt. Washington. Service at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Thursday, October 3, at 10 A.M. Friends may call Thurs-day, 9-10 A.M. BRYANT Paul Armand, 59, formerly of Cincinnati, died Monday, September 30, 1991 In Deerfleld Beach, FL where he had been residing for the past 13 years. Mr. Bryant was a member of Dunbar Lodge 159 A.F.& A.M. of Dunbar, WV, Lodge Council Chapter Consistory Valley of Scottish Rite and Syrian Shrine Temple both of Cincinnati, OH. Survivors include his wife Anna Rose (Ellis) Bryant of Deerfleld Beach, son Thomas Paul Bryant of Mt. Healthy, OH, brother Alfred Bryant of South Dartmouth, MA, four sisters Mariorle Sykes and Phyllis Du-pont both of Mattapoisett, MA, Bernice Sylvia of Acushnet, MA, Alma Fernandes of New Bedford, MA and three grandchildren. A Masonic Funeral Service will be held at 7 P.M., Wednesday. Funeral services will be 10 A.M., Thursday at the funeral home with private Interment to follow. Family suggests contributions to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital in care of the local Shrine Club. Funeral arrangements by Becker Funeral Home, 1444 S. Federal Highway, Deerfleld Beach, FL 33441. 305-428-1444. RUBLE Harold H loving father of Rita, Rosemary, Jim and Lawrence Ruble, dear brother of Marie Haverstick and Elene Zurline, uncle of Joann Blazing and George Zurline. Suddenly, September 30, 1991 of Price Hill, formerly of Decatur County, IN. The John J. Radel Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Ave. serving the family. Urban schools top on official's list WHELPLEY Ruth (Dixie) (nee Dix), wife of the late James A. Wheipley, beloved mother of James D. Wheipley, devoted grandmother of James L., Tarik T. and Tamara Jo Wheipley. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Friends may call at the W. Mack Johnson & 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. GEBHARDT Helen M. (nee Borgmann), beloved wife of the late Alfred F. Gebhardt, devoted mother of Dr. Raymond A. Gebhardt and Mrs. Ruth A. Stokes, also survived 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 of Lourdes Church. Memorials may be given to the Tuition Aid Fund at Our Lady of Lourdes Church or the charity of your choice. Mrs. Gebhardt served as a Pink Lady for 19 years at St. Francis Hospital. Bolton 8. Lunsford Funeral Home serving the family. O'DAY George P., beloved husband of Dolores (nee Koolman) Dapper O'Day, dear father of Michael O'Day, dear step-father of Ronald Dapper, dear brother of John and Charles O'Day, grandfather of seven, great-grandfather of four. Tuesday, October 1, 1991. Age 80 years. Residence Dayton, KY. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Thursday, October 3, 1991 at St. Bernard Church, Dayton, KY. Visitation 4-8 P.M., Wednesday at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue, KY. Memorials suggested to the American Cancer Society. STEVENSON Richard N., beloved husband of Jean Stevenson, loving father of Susan Rogers and Linda Sheehan and sons-in-law Lance Rogers and Mark Sheehan, dear brother of Jenadel Bro-dhead, four grandchildren. Retired from Procter & Gamble. October 1, 1991. Age 71. Resident of Cincinnati. Memorial services will be held Thursday, October 3, 1991 at 7 P.M. at Wyoming Presbyterian Church, Rev. Paul Miller, officiating. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to Valley Food and Clothing Center. Vorhis Funeral Home serving the family. World War I Vet Work) War H Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf 10 Monuments BUCKLE Richard, dear brother of Ross Buckle, loving step-father of Sue Campbell, Jim Dickey, Patricia Llngross and Kathie Felix, also survived by eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Monday, September 30, 1991 at 68 years of age. Visitation B.J. Meyer Sons (Colonial) Funeral Home, 3726 Warsaw Ave., Thursday 6-8 P.M. Wlnton Masonic Lodge 614 service at S P.M. Services at the funeral home Friday at 11 A.M. STONECRAFJ 921-8446 '":.S2l-5r390 OEHLER Maria Eunice (nee Burck), beloved wife of the late Howard Oehler, dear mother of Douglas and Terrence Oehler, Tonl Kingsley and the late Jacqueline Fllgis, grandmother of 12, great-grandmother of 11. September 29, 1991. Residence South Bend, IN, formerly of Sil-verton. Friends may call Thursday, 6-8 P.M. at the Quentln K. Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfiekt Rd., Deer Park. Blessing Friday 10 A.M. at the funeral home. If so desired, memorials may be sent to the Neediest Kids of All. GRAVES Mr. Bobby, beloved father of Chanele Rice, dear son of Mr. Leon and Mrs. Clara Graves, loving brother of Larry and Rodney Graves, Mrs. Betty Harris, Mrs. Veronica Henderson and Ms. Rochelle Graves, also survived by one brother-Maw Samuel Harris, six nephews, seven nieces, nine aunts, two uncles, a dear friend Ms. Theresa Rice, other relatives and friends. September 27, 1991. Friends may call at the First Baptist Church of Walnut Hills, Park and Lincoln Aves., Thursday, October 3 from Noon until the hour of service at 1 P.M. Rev. Thomas Ferrell, pastor. Interment Walnut Hills Cemetery. Thompson Funeral Home. Granite Bronze M1WN STMTWQ T SINGLES DOUBLES 250. 380. 20 Announcements DALBERT-WOODRUFF FUNERAL HOME 922-1010 2880 Boudlnot at Queen City Council to vote on bid to restrict teens with beepers THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Cincinnati City Council will decide today whether to adopt an ordinance aimed at deterring the sale of drugs by making it illegal for teen-agers to carry electronic pagers. On Tuesday, council's Law and Safety Committee approved the measure, introduced by Republican Jim Cissell, 3-2. Charterite Tyrone Yates abstained from the vote. Yates said he had not yet made up his mind on the issue. Cissell's plan, endorsed by the city's police department and numerous community groups, would make it illegal for minors to buy, own or carry a beeperpager without a signed parental consent. The law, if passed, "would provide police officers with another crucial tool to stop drug deals," Cissell said. Gloria Morgan of the East Price Hill Community Council agreed: "This would give more teeth for police to stamp out drugs." Police say the pagers are used by drug dealers and by young people seeking to imitate drug dealers. But Democrat Dwight Tillery, chairman of the Law and Safety Committee, said the proposal would not deter drug trafficking. He predicted Tuesday he would lobby the five votes necessary to defeat Cissell's measure before the full council. "I just don't think it's the solution," Tillery said. "Why put another law on the books for the police to enforce when it won't address the problem? We have a law against drug trafficking. That's the law that should be enforced." The law would be the first of its kind in a major U.S. city, Safety Director David Rager said in a report to council. VEERKAMP William H beloved husband of Catherine H. (nee Ortmann) Veerkamp, devoted father of Donald G. and Walter W. Veerkamp, dear father-in-law of Mary Lou and Ruth Veerkamp, also survived by nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren, brother of Joseph Veerkamp, Indianapolis, IN, Phil Kohls, Alexandria, KY, Mary Butsch, FL, Jean Doerflinger, Greensburg, IN and Josephine Butz, IA. Monday, September 30, 1991. Residence North College Hill. Age 85 years. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Margaret Mary Church, N.C.H., Friday, October 4 at 11 A.M. Visitation at the Neidhord Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Thursday evening from 6-9 P.M. Graveside service will be held Friday at 12:30 P.M. (IN Time) at Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Millhou-sen, IN. ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 CARTERMCLANE Dorothy S. (nee Blust), beloved wife of Raymond Carter and the late Paul "Mickey" McLane, devoted mother of Thomas McLane and the late James A. McLane, dear mother-in-law of Betty J. McLane, also survived by 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, dear sister of Marlon Miles and Lenny Woge. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Residence Norwood, OH. Age 82 years. Mass of Christian Burial St. Matthew Church, Thursday at 10 A.M. Friends may call at the Naegele, Kleb 4 Ihlendorf Funeral Home, 3900 Montgomery Road, Norwood, Wednesday from 6-8 P.M. Norwood Senior Citizens Center kindly take notice. Barnett Post 123 American Legion Auxiliary services Wednesday, 7 P.M. BY DICK KIMMINS Enquirer Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS, Ohio New State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ted Sanders said Tuesday local schools must be allowed to experiment and occasionally fail in their quest for new ways to educate the state's children. In his first public appearance minutes after being sworn in by Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Moyer, Sanders said his priority is Ohio's urban schools. After his inaugural speech to the Buckeye Association of School Administrators, Sanders was welcomed by Gov. George Voinovich at a Statehouse reception. Voinovich, who engineered Sanders' selection by the Ohio School Board, praised the former assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. "He is the orchestra leader," said Voinovich. "I'm on his team. I'm part of his orchestra, and whatever part he wants me to play, I'll play it." That part may be pushing the state's massive public education bureaucracy into change, including a shake-up of the Ohio Department of Education. Sanders said he did expect to rearrange the Columbus-based bureaucracy reportedly responsible for spending more state tax dollars than any other agency. Improvement of public education, Sanders said, must be engineered not in Washington, D.C., "but state by state, district by district, school by school. And that is why I am in Ohio with you today: back where the real action is." "The challenge is to find a way to bring quality education to the great urban centers of this country and this state. And that in itself is probably the most crucial piece of unfinished business of American education," he said. Ohio has some of the nation's most problem-filled schools, he said, citing poverty, drugs and unemployment rates. "Such schools must be our first order of business," he said. "Failure is an inevitable byproduct of freedom, but it also is the frequent forerunner of success," he said. "No school system that refuses to make allowances for honest failures can expect to promote successful innovation." To solve the problems of urban education, Sanders said, schools must mimic many Ohio corporations, "particularly their quest for quality." "I come with a set of experiences, most of them positive. My notebook is open; my pencil is sharpened; I'm willing to learn," he said. PATTERSON Dortha B wife of the late George A. Patterson, beloved mother of Richard C, Dr. Charles and J. Carl Patterson, sister of Carolyn Kellum, also nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorial Services will be Saturday, October 19, 1991 at 3 P.M. at the Kelly Religious Center, Wilmington College, Wilmington, OH. Memorials may be made to the Olney Friends School Barnesville, OH 43713 or American Friends Service Committee, 1501 Cherry St., Philadelphia, PA 19102. Anderson Funeral Home In charge of Chas. A. Miller Sons Busse & Borgmann Co. Miller-Simminger Funeral Service 541-0040 GRAY Dora (nee Florence), beloved wife of the late James R. Gray and devoted mother of James Gray, dearest sister of Myrtle Arthur, Mable Anderson, Oma Bowman and Raymond Florence, also surviving are two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Monday, September 30, 1991. Residence Dayton, KY. Age 99 years. Funeral services 10:30 A.M., Thursday, Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue. Visitation Wednesday 5-8 P.M. Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton NURRE BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 241-6929 WARREN Carl M., beloved husband of Willie Warren, also survived by a step-daughter Cornelius Walker and one sister Florence O'Neil of Oxford, OH. September 30, 1991. Friends may call Thursday from 6 P.M. until time of service 7:30 P.M. at the United Christian Church, May and Crown Sts., Rev. James A. Lewis, pastor. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Jamison & Jamison Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 TUFTS SCHILDMEYER Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 COOK Oara Louise, dear daughter of the late Charles and Naomi Cook, dear aunt of Naomi Baker and Virginia Pape, dear cousin of Jessie and Dorothy McCain, also survived by four great-nieces and five great-nephews and 14 great-great-nieces and nephews. She worked for 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. and at Norwood English Lutheran Church, 3851 Montgomery Rd., Thursday from 10 A.M. until time of service at 11 A.M. Memorials may be directed to the church. 35 REDLIN Edward C, beloved husband of Mary Virginia Redlin, devoted father of Katherine Miller, James and Thomas Redlin and step-sons John and Paul Meyer, also survived by ten grandchildren, brother of Margaret Petrovic and Robert Redlin, dear son of Catherine Redlin. Sunday, September 29, 1991. Friends may call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Wednesday 5-7:45 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Gertrude Church, Wednesday at 8:15 P.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to Hospice of Cincinnati or charity of your choice. Florists GREEN HAM Mamie M. (nee Jentz), beloved wife of the late Chester Green-ham, dear sister of Alma Weis and Matilda Jentz and the late Amanda Biddle and Charles Jentz, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Monday, September 30, 1991. Age 85 years. Visitation Thursday, October 3 from 10 A.M. until time of services at 11 A.M. at the Neidhard-Mlnges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Burial Arlington Memorial Gardens. Memorials to the United Church of Christ of Oakley, 4100 Taylor Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45209. (World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf J' Funeral Flowers 961-6622 City Wide. 7 Day Mtvtry Boone Co. group raising funds to battle jet noise BY BETH MENGE The Cincinnati Enquirer A coalition of Boone County residents has raised $10,000 for a possible legal fight against the roar of jets taking off from CincinnatiNorthern Kentucky International Airport, its chairman, Dave Kaiser, said Tuesday. That has been collected with minimal effort, Kaiser said. The group, called UNITED Stop 195, stands for Unincorporated Neighborhoods Involved To Enhance Development. It hopes to raise $100,000 to get the airport to return to straight south departures from the old north-south runway. The hour long meeting was interrupted several times by the noise of the departing jets. For residents of Boone Air Estates, Fox Run, Oakbrook, Pleasant Valley, Spring Garden Estates and Timbercreek subdivisions, jet noise took off in January when the airport opened a second north-south runway. To keep a safe separation during simultaneous takeoffs from the parallel runways, the airport re-quires' flights taking off from the old runway to turn right 195" and over their homes. The new flight pattern brings increased noise ovef about 3,000 homes, Kaiser said. Welfare CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l er." People who depend on general assistance are filled with fear for their survival, said Mike Fontana of the Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless. "The ones that I'm most concerned about are people in various drug and alcohol programs, who are using their checks to pay for recovery," Fontana said. "The threat to their income may knock them out of programs." Frank Hardnett said he must move out of Prospect House, a drug-treatment center in Price Hill, because his lowered benefits mean a choice between treatment and buying insulin for diabetes. "GA gave me a tool to help myself," Hardnett said. "It was the solution to the choice of going to a treatment center and not to jail. I didn't have the money to go into one of those fancy treatment centers." , "The governor (George Voinovich) needs to wake up and realize what he's doing and stop punishing the people," said Vietnam veteran Roger Zellars, who said general assistance helped him turn his life around. Checks CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l dence in this body. Do this because, as the American public knows and is letting us know, it is the right thing to do." The General Accounting Office, Congress' audit arm, recently reported that lawmakers wrote 8,331 insufficient-fund checks between July, 1989, and June, 1990. During the last six months of that period, 581 of those checks were written by 134 members for $1,000 or more. The House bank covered all of the checks and charged no overdraft or interest fees. Last week, Speaker Thomas Foley, D-Wash., said names of lawmakers who wrote the checks would not be made public. He also said the bank no longer would cover bad checks. Boehner and six other freshman Republicans asked Foley on Thursday to disclose the offenders. A day later, Rep. Charles Luk- "A little over eight years ago, I was homeless and I was on GA for about six months," Zellars said. "I went into alcohol treatment, developed some stability and recovery, and found a job. I found out I was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. After being sober for two years, I went to work as a chemical-dependency counselor," Before marching to Fountain Square, the group gave speeches, held signs declaring the cuts inhumane and sang songs. At the square, the group stood in view of the Star Bank Center, where Ohio Senate President Stanley Aronoff's office is, and chanted, "Aronoff, restore our cuts." The senator was in Columbus and unavailable for comment, an office spokeswoman said. Cincinnati Councilman Tyrone Yates told those in the crowd they must do whatever it takes to stop the cuts, including petitioning, marches and camping on doorsteps. "The first line of attack has to be to try and get the Ohio General Assembly to reinstate the cuts," Yates said. "In George Bush's terms concerning Saddam Hussein, these GA cuts cannot stand." en, a Cincinnati Democrat and also a freshman, sent a letter to Foley with the same request. "What trust the public does have in the Congress is seriously jeopardized by this affair," Luken wrote. All Tristate lawmakers Boehner, Luken and Reps. Willis Gradison, R-Cincinnati; Bob Mc-Ewen, R-Hillsboro; Jim Bunning, R-Southgate, Ky.; and Lee Hamilton, D-Nashville, Ind. said they had not bounced any of the checks at the House bank. The inability of some House members to balance their checkbooks and the special privileges afforded them at the private House bank have angered constituents, Luken and Boehner said. "The joke at the football game Friday night was, 'Hey, Boehner, have you bounced any checks lately?' " said Boehner, who attended the game at Lakota High School in West Chester.