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Friday, October 18, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetfOD-3 ' Obituaries 5 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Fiisierals BKAUTIGAN GAMES Charles Robert, age 71 of Amelia, died October 17, 1991 at Mrs. Corinne Belle, beloved mother of Edward Brautigan, For more complete information and address of the James V. Giglia, 72, dentist Fort Thomas man visited sick church members in homes grandmother of five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, sister of Mrs. Mary Runge, Mrs. Alice Williams, Mrs. Eva Gillespie. Resident of Covington, KY. Wednesday, October 16, 1991. Age 93 years. funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. LAMBERT Donald C. 39. Of Lawrence-burg. Beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Lambert and dear brother of Jeannine Disch and Deena Thayer, both of Lawrenceburg. Services Sunday, 2 P.M. in the Rullman Funeral Home. Visitation Saturday, from 6 to 8 P.M. Memorials to the Lawrenceburg High School Athletic Fund or the Hamline Chapel United Methodist Church. Veterans Hospital, Cincinnati, survivors Include two daughters Elissa Ober, Batavia and Teresa Games of Miltord, one son Charles R. Games II of Batavia, four grandchildren, one brother William C. Games, West Union, OH, two sisters Dorothy Kimble, West Union and Clara Maley, Cincinnati. Funeral services will be 2 P.M., Services at the Allison & Rose FUNERAL HOME NAME TIME DATE Funeral Home, Inc., Roobins St. and Madison Ave., Covington, KY, Saturday, October 19 at 10 BRAUTIGAN, Corinne Belle lOOOA.M. Oct. 19 Allison & Rose Inc. A.M. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 4-8 P.M., Friday. 7 00 P.M. Oct. 20 Hall-Jordon CARTER, Thomas Saturday, October 19 at Laf-ferty Funeral Home, West Union. Visitation 12 Noon until 2 P.M. Military Burial will follow at West Union Cemetery. D'AMICO, lourenM. 10:30A.M. Oct. 19 Strowser OWENS Dorothy (nee Emery), devoted mother of Linda Brewer, Ruth Conover, Bonnie Roy, Pamela Northern, Leroy, William and Roger Brewer, grandmother of Thomas DARTT, Dorothy Jeon 111,11. J .'" ""' I A CARTER Thomas, beloved brother of Louise Miller, devoted uncle of DOEHLMAN, Robert I. 1):00A M. Oct. 19 Neidhard-Minges He also is survived by his wife, Caroline Stroetz Giglia; another daughter, Carol Jean Williams, Dayton, Ohio; three sisters, Rose Giglia, Yonsia Meyers and Mary Ann Schutzman, all of Fort Thomas; and five grandchildren. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today at Dobbling Funeral Home, 106 S. Fort Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas. Mass of Christian burial will be Joyce Louise, Dorothy, Mae, DRUMMY, Vera M. 10:30A.M. Oct. 19 Horry Meyer & Geiser 20, great-grandmotner ot u, great-great-grandmother of one, sister of Neva Marshall and Helen Morgan. Wednesday, October 16, 1991. Residence Milford, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Monday, October 21, at 10 Rose, Linda, Robin, Janet, Freddy, Johnnie, Reuben and DUNCAN, Irma Catherine 10:00 A.M. Oct. 21 Vorhis BY DAVE BEASLEY The Cincinnati Enquirer Fort Thomas dentist James V. Giglia carried communion twice a week to the sick in St. Luke Hospital East and visited the sick in their homes for his church, St. Catherine of Siena. Dr. Giglia died Wednesday at the hospital. He was 72 and had suffered from pancreatic cancer for a year. "He was a very religious and outgoing man and was active in his church," said his daughter, Susan Carroll of Fort Thomas. He was a native of Glen Jean, W.Va., who came to Fort Thomas after service in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He was a commander and also served during the Korean War. He was a member of the Elks Lodge No. 238, the American Dental Association and the Kentucky Dental Association. FISCHER, Emily Louise 1 1:00A.M. Oct. 19 Anderson, Baiter A.M. visitation Sunday, 6 to 8 James, also survived by a host of great-nieces and nephews, cousins, many other relatives and friends. October 17, 1991 at age 77. Funeral services win be held Sunday, 7 P.M., Pilgrim Baptist Church, 1525 Lincoln Sahnd P.M. Dr. Giglia GIGLIA Dr. James V., beloved husband of Caroline Stroetz Giglia, devoted father of Carol Jean Williams and Susan Carroll, dearest grandfather of Emily and Amy Carroll, Joy, Cara and Eric Williams, dear brother of Rose Giglia, Yonsia Meyers and Mary Ann Schutzman, also surviving are many nieces and nephews. Wednesday, October 16, 1991. Resident of Ft. Thomas, KY. Age 72 years. Mass of Christian Burial, 1 P.M., Saturday at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Ft. Thomas, KY. Visitation Friday from 4 until 8 P.M. at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas, KY. Family requests memorials to the American Cancer Society. GAMES, Charles Robert 2:00P.M. Oct. 19 laflerty (West Union, OHI Ave., Walnut Hills. Friends may call during visitation from 6 P.M. until time of services at PHELAN Grace J. (nee Oriflci), wife of the late Thomas M. Phelan, Sr., loving mother of Kathleen P. Dugan, Patricia P. Tenoever and Thomas M. Phelan, Jr., dear sister of Ben Orifice, de GIGUA, Dr. James V. 1:00P.M. Oct. 19 Dobbling the church. Rev. John M. Har HAHN, John Howard 1:00P.M. Oct. 19 Rilchie-Peach-Todd 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Catherine of Siena Church, 10 Wesley Hills Drive, Fort Thomas. Burial will be in St. Stephen Cemetery, Fort Thomas. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 4130 Dixie Highway, Erlanger, Ky. 41018. ris Jr., pastorofficiating. Interment Vine Street Hill Ceme Vorhis HAM, William B. tery. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. HOUMANN, Gertrude 9:00A.M. Oct. 19 Nurre Bros. voted grandmother of Matthew T. Dugan, Jane E. and Lauren A. Tenoever. Tuesday, October 15, 1991. Greenhills. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home, 8611 Winton Road, Finneytown, Friday, 4 to 10:00A.M. Oct. 19 Hall-Jordan (Graveside) JIMSON, Lovell D'AMICO JONES, VirginiaC. 9:30A.M. Oct. 19 Dalbert & Woodruff Sister Marie Greiwe Lauren M. (Laurie). Age 29 P.M. Funeral Mass will be years. Beloved mother of Sa LAMBERT, Donald C. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 20 Rullman Aurora, INI Saturday, 10 A.M. at Our Lady rah M. D'Amico, dear daughter of the Rosary Church, Green- of Sharon and Donald CDell, T.P. White 4 Sons MATTES, Hilda Nora sister of Jill E. and Christopher hills. Memorials may be made to the Heart Association. MOCK, J. Kyle 10:00A.M. Oct. 19 Thomas Memoriol CDell, dear granddaughter HAHN John Howard. Age 61. Of Frankfort, KY. Died Thursday, at the V.A. Medical Center, Lexington, KY. He was a Communications Consultant with Southcenfral Bell. He is survived by his mother, Alice Har-rod Hahn, two sons Jack Roger Hahn of Cincinnati and Tobin Howard Hahn of Florence and one granddaughter, Kimberly Karns Hahn of Cincinnati. Funeral services will be 1 P.M. Saturday, at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Funeral Home, Lawrenceburg, KY., with Rev. of Mrs. Burton J. Brune and OWENS, Dorothy 10:00A.M. Oct. 21 Evans (Milford, OHI PUCKETT Cieve, devoted husband of Up Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. O'Dell. Wednesday, October 16, 1991. PHELAN, Grace J. 10:00A.M. Oct. 19 Anderson Friends may call from 9:30 until sel (nee Cook) Puckett, dear father of Don C. Puckett, grandfather of Aliana Messin- 11:00A.M. Oct. 19 Chos. A. Miller Sons PUCKETT, Cleve 10:30 A.M. Saturday, at the Chapel of Good Shepherd RENNIE, William 10:00A.M. Oct. 19 Quentin K. Staley Church, 8815 E. Kemper Road, ger, also survived by nieces and nephews. Thursday, Octo Symmes Twsp. Mass of Chris ber 17, 1991. Age 77 years. RUBLE, Harry Carlton, Jr tian Burial, 10:30 A.M. Satur Member of Welcome Council Haw- day, following visitation. For 3:00P.M. Oct. 19 Fitch-Denney renceburgl BY WILLIAM A. WEATHERS The Cincinnati Enquirer ; Sister Marie Greiwe, a member of the Religious of the Society of the Sacred Heart, 98, former principal of the old Sacred Heart Academy in Clifton, died Tuesday at Regis Hall in St. Charles, Mo. . A native of Cincinnati, Sister Greiwe was a graduate of Sacred Heart Academy. She entered the order in Albany, N.Y., on Sept. 8, 1917. She served as principal of the school three times: 1929-32, 1934-37, and 1950-53. She also was principal of schools run by the order in St. Louis, Grand Coteau, La. and New Orleans. She served as treasurer between 1958-1970, for all four schools. "Between 1971 and 1982, Sister Greiwe was guide of pilgrims and tourists at the Shrine of St. John Berchmans in Grand Coteau, speaking of the saints (religious) and the Cincinnati Reds with equal enthusiasm," said Sister Mary O'Callaghan at St. Charles. "People couldn't get over it. She'd be giving a tour and stop, and start talking about the Reds. When she was a little girl her father used to take her to the game in a horse and carriage. She used baseball a lot in dealing with the students for character formation." Sister Greiwe is survived by her sisters, R.S. Wenstrup, Cincinnati, and Mrs. Charles Connolly, of Deerfield Beach, Fla. Requiem Mass was Thursday at the Shrine of St. Philippine Duchesne on the grounds of the Academy of the Sacred Heart at St Charles. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis. 111 D. of A. Friends may call Wallace Kent, officiating. Burial following in Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Visitation from 6 to at the Chas. A. Miller sons Fu those who choose, contrlbu-tions may be made to the Bar' 10:30 A.M. Oct. 19 Geo. H. Rohde & Son SCHULTE, Edna neral Home, Hamilton Ave. at 9 P.M. Friday. Knowlton St., Northside, Satur rett Cancer Center, 234 Goodman Street, Cincinnati, 45267, or Butler County Children's day, 9:30 A.M. until time of HAM SLINGER, Joshua Joseph 10:00 A.M. Oct. 19 Charles C.Young funeral services, 1 1 A.M. Inter ment Spring Grove Cemetery. Services, 300 North Fair, Hamil William B., beloved husband of the late Evelyn M., Fesler Ham, ton, OH., 45011. SMITH, Beatrice H. 7:30P.M. Oct. 21 Hall-Jordan devoted grandfather of Wayne RENNIE SR. FRANCESCA FISCHER J. Trier, stepfather of John J. William, beloved husband of the OSB 7:30P.M. Oct. 19 Linnemonn (Erlanger) late Vera Mae Rennie, dear Trier, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Tuesday, DARTT Moore UNGETHUEM, MaryH. father of Pat Spelbrmk and Mike Rennie, father-in-law of October 15, 1991. Age 92 years. Nancy Rennie and Jim Spel- WARE, Georgia Annie 7:00 P.M. Oct. 20 Hall-Jordon Resident ot Ridgewood. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Road, Norwood, Saturday, WILLIAMS, Daryl 10:00 A.M. Oct. 19 Joseph G. Garr Funeral Service Dorothy Jean "Dotty", beloved sister of Bob and Anne Dartt of Bella Vista, AR, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. October 17, 1991. Age 66. Services private and for the family only. If desired, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or charity of one's choice. Thomas Funer October 19, 1991, from 10 A.M. until 12 noon. Burial in Somer brink, grandfather of Jim Spel-brink, Amy Andrew, Renee Spelbrink, Paul and Beth Rennie. Suddenly, October 15, 1991. Longtime resident of Deer Park. Member of the Norwood Knights of Columbus. Friends may call Friday 7-9 P.M. at the Lee J. Vesper ZURLINDEN, Margaret C. set, KY. If desired, sympathy 10:30A.M. Oct. 21 Nurre Bros. may be expressed by a memorial contribution to a charity of choice. al Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville serving the family. Quentin K. staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Road, Death Notices Death Notices HOLLMANN Deer Park. Mass of Christian RUBLE Workt War I Vet Work) War II Vet Korean Veteran Burial 10 A.M., Saturday, St. Gertrude (nee Schmidt), beloved wife of the late Joseph Harry Carlton, Jr. Funeral John Church, Deer Park. 'DOEHLMAN W. Hollmann, survived by sev Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces I Persian Gulf SCHULTE eral nieces and nephews. Tues Mr. Vesper moved his family from Fort Thomas, Ky., to Cincinnati in the 1950s but moved back to Fort Thomas after he retired about 15 years ago. He was a member of Newport Knights of Columbus and was active in the Campbell County Republican Party in the 1950s. His wife, Delma Ranft Vesper, died in 1969. He also is survived by another son, Dr. Lee J. Vesper Jr. of New Richmond; two daughters, Mary Edna (nee Enqelhardt), be Robert L., foster father of Rick Hughes, dear brother of Larry and Steve Doehlman, nephew of Hallie Bossingham. No visita service will be Saturday at 3 P.M. at Fitch- Denney Funeral Home, with visitation from 1 until time of service. Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society. loved wife of the late George T. day, October 15, 1991. Age 85 years. Friends are Invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial, 9 A.M. Saturday at Our 10 Monuments Schulte and devoted mother of Mary Ann Geoghegan, Sue Ko- tion. Relatives and friends are Mother of Sorrows Church. In invited to attend graveside kenge, Martha Johnson, Joan REBOLD ferment St. Mary Cemetery, Rohde and Virginia Wenstrup, Ft. Mitchell, KY. Memorials FUNERAL HOME PUntHAL also survived by 30 grandchildren and 52 great-grandchil BY NANCY FIROR The Cincinnati Enquirer Lee J. Vesper, a retired Cincinnati businessman and lawyer, died Tuesday at Florence Park Care Center. He was 80 years old. Mr. Vesper owned the Queen City Collection Co. and was a lawyer in private practice from the 1930s to 1970s, said his son, Alan Vesper of Clifton. Alan Vesper said he would remember his father, who died of Alzheimer's disease, the same way Hamilton County Courthouse employees still remark about the man. "He was the one who always had something nice to say," his son said. Mr. Vesper also might be remembered for exchanging $1,303 in Silver Certificates, mostly $1 bills, for a 1,000-ounce silver bar in 1966 to prove that the government's promise to pay silver to certificate holders "on demand" was binding. may be made to the Our Moth Del Schwetschenau of Clifton and Joan Wichmann of OH er of Sorrows Memorial Fund. dren. Thursday, October 17, Markers Monuments Flower Vases services Saturday, October 19 at 11 A.M. at Arlington Memorial Gardens, 2145 Compton Rd., Mt. Healthy. Memorials to the Robert Doehlman Fund, co Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood, 45211. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, as 1991 at St. Margaret Hall. Mass sisting the family. UNGETHUEM Mary H. of Batavia, age 83 years. October 14, 1991, daughter of the late Ernest and Patience Pierce Ungethuem, dear aunt of Audrey Hammann, Charles A. Ungethuem, Patience Katich and Marshall Ungethuem Jr. Private services were held Thursday. Moore Funeral Home, Batavia serving the family. Burial Batavia 3700 QLENMORE 661-6200 of Christian Burial will be held at St. Mary Church, Hyde Park, Saturday, October 19, JIMSON 1991 at 10:30 A.M. No visitation. 20 Announcements Lovell. Graveside services Saturday, 10 A.M., Vine Street Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by If desired memorials may be made to St. Margaret Hall, 1960 Delhi Township; a brother, Dr. Albert J. Vesper Sr. of Fort Mitchell, Ky.; and 11 grandchildren. Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Thomas Church, Fort Thomas. Burial will be in St. Stephens Cemetery, Fort Thomas. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Cincinnati Chapter, 644 Linn St., Suite 1026, Cincinnati, 45203. Hall-Jordan Funeral Home. Madison Rd., 45206. Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home JONES serving the family. BOLTON LUNSFORD A Golden Rule Funeral Home 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 Virginia C. (nee Faeth), devot SLINGER ed mother of Edward G. and William P. Jones and Mary C, Joshua Joseph, beloved son of William and Bonnie Woltering DRUMMY Vera M., loving aunt of Tom, Mary Ellen and Terry Joyce, dear great-aunt of Maureen, Ellen, Tommy, Mike and Kathleen Joyce, loving sister of the late Grace Joyce. Thursday, October 10, 1991. No visitation. Relatives and friends may attend the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Teresa Church, Saturday at 10:30 A.M. Member of the Rosie Reds. Harry Meyer & Gelser Funeral Home serving the family. Slinger, devoted brotner ot Car Cooper, dear grandmother of Christina, Stephanie, Justin and Christopher, dear sister of rie, Leah, Suzanne and Eric, J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926Woodburn 281-8311 WARE Georgia Annie, loving mother of Beatrice Redd, dear grandmother of Annie Lawson, Luia Middlebrooks, Ruben Allen and Georgia Wilkins, also survived by nine great-grandchildren, nine great-great-grandchildren, four great-great-great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. October 16, 1991. Funeral services will be held Sunday, 7 P.M. at Buress Temple Church of God, 208 Locust Street. Bishop Frank Downs, Ward dear grandson of Mary Louise Finn Woltering and Joseph and Theresa Woltering and Mary Mary Holtke, Evelyn Schmidt, Rose Schmidt, Catherine Bell, Charles and Thomas Faeth Wednesday, October 16, 1991 Mass of Christian Burial Satur County on Thursday for an alleged plan to break out of jail. Slinger and the late i-rank w. Slinger. Residence Ross Town Hodapp Funeral Homes Hsmiltod at Ehton 7401 Vine St. 541-1040 821-0805 CONTINUED FROM PAGE D-l The indictment charges Ward ship. Age 15 years. October 16, day, 9:30 A.M. at St. Leo's Church. Visitation Friday 6-9 P.M. at the Dalbert 8. Wood 1991. Mass of Christian Burial St. Aloysius Church, Shandon, Ward's lawyer, Michael Cassi- with possession of a criminal tool and illegal conveyance of a weapon OH, Saturday, 10 A.M. Friends ruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudl- Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 DUNCAN may call at the Charles Pastor, officiating. Friends may call from 6 P.M. until time not Ave. at Queen City. into a detention facility. dy, could not be reached for comment Thursday. Ward has been placed in an isolation cell at the jail, Young Funeral Home, Ross, Irma Catherine (nee Werner), MATTES of service at the church. Interment Beech Grove Cemetery. wife of the late Hugh H. Dun Clermont deputies said they found a homemade knife under the OH, Friday from 5-8 P.M. If friends desire, remembrances may be sent to the St. Joseph can, devoted mother of Marga Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Hilda Nora (nee Kroger), beloved wife of John Mattes, devoted mother of John A. and ret Vitz of Ft. Thomas, KY and Funeral Home. Endowment Fund, Hamilton, seat of a van used to transport Melanie Kopeloff of Greenwich, CT, grandmother of Kris- OH. Darryl C. Mattes, grandmother WILLIAMS Ward from an Ohio prison to the tins, Andrew and Matthew Vitz of James A. and Marilyn t. SMITH Matfes, sister of Sister Honora and Melissa Kopeloff. Tuesday, Clermont County Jail on Sept. 26. Beatrice H., loving foster moth Kroger R.S.M., Louis, Harry, er of Brenda and Cindy, dear Corrections officers searched Daryl, beloved brother of Samuel, James, Isaac and Anthony Williams, Felecia Roberson, also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation Saturday, 9 to 10 A.M. Greater Harvest Jack, Rudolph and Yvonne Kroger, Mary Helen Martin, the October 15, 1991 at Greenwich, CT. Friends may call at the Vorhls Funeral Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland, Sunday 4-6 P.M. aunt of Mane Moore, also sur Ward's cell at the county jail Sept late Edgar and Joseph Kroger, vived by other relatives and friends. October 16, 1991. Fu Services at the Wyoming Pres 27 after the knife was found in the Nora Zeaman and Margaret Boesing, also survived by Ku- neral services will be held Mon byterian Church, Burns & Wyo Ministries, 2224 Eastern Ave. Services at 10 A.M. Joseph R. van. Sheriff's officials said they miko Barker. October 16, ivvi, day, 7:30 P.M. at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 Garr Funeral Service entrusted found a homemade handcuff key in residence Bethel, OH. Services at T.P. White & Sons Funeral ming Ave., Monday, October 21 at 10 A.M. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the charity Ave., Elder McK night, officiat with arrangements. ing. Friends may call from 6:30 a hollowed portion of Ward s shoe Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave. ZURLINDEN P.M. until time of service. Inter Mt. Washington on Monday, of your choice. (Charier mem Frazee said. A local human-rights activist said authorities may be overreacting. "The fear of AIDS is alive and well. People are very afraid of AIDS, and AIDS phobia does things like this. People tend to overreact," said Betsy Gressler, president of Stonewall Human Rights Organization of Greater Cincinnati. The charges against Ward came a week after a Hamilton County grand jury indicted Cincinnatian Steven R. O'Banion on similar charges. Ward, who is already serving a prison sentence for planting a bomb at the Beechmont Mall last fall, also was indicted in Clermont ment Landmark Memorial TUFTS SCHILDMEYER Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 October 21 at 10:30 A M ber ot Aitoona, ka cnapter ot Eastern Star). Gardens. Ward was set to go on trial in Clermont County last month on two counts of extortion in the Friends may call Sunday 3 to 7 P.M. SR. FRANCESCA FI VjEIjL MOCK SCHER, O.S.B. Margaret C. (nee Ries), beloved wife of the late Joseph Zurlinden, dear mother of Joseph F. and Norbert J. Zurlinden, aunt of Sister Mary Alquin Brankamp, O.S.F., Oldenburg, IN., Norrie Quitter of Claryvllle, KY. and Dorothy Tumey of Saginaw, Ml., also survived by bomb threats at Eastgate Mall. Fl'NERAL HOMK Mil READING P. FISCHER (Laura Fischer). Of St. Wal-burg Monastery. She Is sur Emily Louise, daughter of the J. Kyle, beloved husband of Sue T. Mock (nee Talley), devoted father of Christopher J., Brian N. and Melissa K. Mock, dear The trial was postponed when Ward pleaded not guilty by reason late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. (Flora M. Freund) Fischer, Win, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 vived by two sisters, Dorothy and Eleanor Fischer, several nieces and nephews. October 17. Age 92. Vigil and visitation brother of David, Owen, Mi' cousin of Louise Dieterle Nip- of insanity to the extortion charge pert. Thursday, October 17, seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Thursday, October 17, 1991. Age 96 years. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. chael, Daniel Mock and Becky Young, dear son of Margaret Mock, son-in-law of John and 1991. Hyde Park. Funeral serv 35 at St. waiburg Monastery, Friday at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Chris In the Beechmont case the bomb was disarmed before it could go Florists ices will be Saturday, 11 A.M. tian Burial, Saturday, at the Byrdell Talley. October 15, at the Immanuel Presbyterian off. A device at Eastgate was found Funeral Home, 345 W. McMillan Street, Clifton, Sunday, 4 to 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Monastery at 7:30 P.M. Inter 1991. Friends may call at the Church, 3445 Clifton Ave., Clif "TV Florist Alcohol ban by residents is possible THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Councilman Tyrone Yates said Thursday he will file a proposed ordinance today to prohibit alcoholic-beverage sales in gas stations, convenience stores and dairy stores in neighborhoods that would vote for such a ban. His announcement came at a Citizens against Drugs and Crime (CADAC) meeting attended by several neighborhood community-council leaders, police officials and several councilmen. Several speakers who said drug-and alcohol-use are connected complained about easy availability of both in low-income communities. Yates said he would file his proposal for action at Wednesday's council meeting. CADAC also agreed not to give up on a beeper-ban proposal that was recently defeated 6-3 by council. CADAC members voted Thursday to keep pressing for a city law to prohibit teens from carrying beepers. Police Chief Lawrence Whalen said passage of the ordinance by council this summer would have had a "major impact on juvenile drug dealers." "You (council) have told the community to say what they want done to crack down on the drug trade and they have said crack down on beepers," Whalen said. Use of electronic beepers or pagers has become widespread among drug dealers for communication with teen-agers who are to be a fake. ment in St. Waiburg Cemetery on Monday. Memorials may be Sine 1865 Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Road, Kenwood, Fri OOFuntral I Monday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Mon ton. Miss Fischer's family will provide the flowers. Memorials may be made to the Children's Flowers made to St. Waiburg Monas ica Church. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorials of beauty A distinction tery, 2500 Amsterdam Road, day 5-8 P.M. Funeral services Saturday, 10 A.M., St. Paul Lutheran Church. If desired, memorials may be directed to the Protective Service, 2400 Reading Rd., 45202. Arrangements may be made to the American Villa Hills, KY. Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger, In 961-6622 City Wide, 7 Day Delntry Red Cross, University Hospital by the Anderson, Baiter & or charity of choice. Free Store. charge of arrangements. Sahnd Funeral Home, Clifton. corrections officer because pro Consultant: Fernald gave workers false information Couple: We'll j survive politics j BY JIM CALHOUN The Cincinnati Enquirer Wedded bliss is about to be put f to the test in New Richmond. ; Vera and Ernest "Smitty" Smith are running for village coun- ' cil this fall, a possible strain that I neither considered when they said ' "I do" 26 years ago. So far, the campaign has been ; for better instead of for worse. ' "Politics stop at the door," she ' said. "We don't care if one of us ' gets on and one of us doesn't." They often go door-to-door together asking for votes. ; Two spots are on open on coun-' cil. The race has four candidates. ; "If she wins, I'll help her out any way that I can, Ernest Smith said. "If I don't make it this year and she does, I'll run again next year." Vera Smith insists no political . campaign will tear this union asun-: der. "Good heavens, no. The one that's not on council can do a lot of leg work for the other one. If he won and I lost, I could become his secretary." O'Banion CONTINUED FROM PAGE D-l reason to believe anything was wrong (with the first indictment), we wanted to avoid any appearances of impropriety," said Terry Gaines, first assistant Hamilton County prosecutor. John Doyle said he did not witness the attack and did not talk to his wife about the O'Banion case. The original indictment against O'Banion will be dismissed. He will be arraigned todayon the second indictment before Judge Thomas Nurre of Common Pleas Court. O'Banion's attorney, Catherine Adams, said Mary Dole's presence on the first grand jury likely would not have affected the case. "I just want my client to get his day in court at this point." O'Banion, 40, was stopped Sept. 4 by Cincinnati police for jaywalking at Sixth and Walnut streets, downtown. Police charged him with disorderly conduct while intoxicated, resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer after he allegedly scuffled with them. He allegedly spit blood on the officers and a nurse after he was taken to the Justice Center. Adams said the prosecutor's office should screen grand jurors more carefully for potential conflicts of interest. Gaines said the jurors who handed up Thursday's indictment asked more questions than usual before they were allowed to hear the O'Banion case. Prosecutors were not aware that Mary Dole's husband is a spective jurors normally are asked only for basic background information, said county Prosecutor Arthur Ney Jr. Hamilton County has two, 11-person grand juries hearing cases every day. They are picked at random from voter registration lists, as are members of the courtroom juries that hear cases that go to trial. Each grand jury hears evidence from prosecutors and witnesses and decides whether there is probable cause to issue an indictment against the accused. Guilt or innocence is decided by a judge or a courtroom jury. Of the 11 grand jury members, two sit as alternates for each case and do not vote. They leave the room with prosecutors when the other nine members vote. It takes seven votes to issue an indictment. "If you can't get seven out of nine votes, you've got a very weak case," Ney said. Each grand jury hears an average of 20 cases a day for three weeks. Jurors do not know the facts of each case until evidence is presented, Ney said. Ney said there are a handful of cases each year where a grand juror finds he or she is related to, or friends with, the accused. In those cases, the juror is designated as an alternate and cannot vote. "We had a case a couple of weeks ago where a woman stood up (while evidence was being presented) and said 'That's my granddaughter,' " Ney said, t delivering or selling street drugs to customers. The beeper ban has been proposed as a way of cutting the link between seller and buyer. Mayor David Mann, who had voted acainst the beeper ban, said 1985. Workers' attorney Louise Ro-selle Thursday offered documents that underlined health and safety problems at the uranium processing facility. One internal memo said government inspectors found "willful disregard" for health and safety in 1979-80 and a lack of management commitment to keeping radiation exposures as low as reasonably achievable. The memo also suggested more stringent enforcement could create problems with "old-time" workers who thought they were protected. That also could raise unwanted questions, the memo continued, given NLO's historic "practice to look the other way" at the risks from uranium dust. Also presented were minutes from a 1981 meeting where NLO wondered how to make workers change their eating habits. For years, they had been encouraged to eat in their dust-filled production areas because it reduced lost time. But it could create problems if NLO insisted they eat only in areas uncontaminated by uranium dust, the minutes said, "since we have a long-term practice of looking the other way.") BY BEN L. KAUFMAN The Cincinnati Enquirer Fernald workers were given reassuringly "false information" about their radiation exposures as late as 1985, international consultant Bernd Franke testified Thursday. He said records kept by NLO Inc. indicated zero exposure when that was impossible and the company reported exposures which were beyond the sensitivity of their detectors. Given NLO misrepresentations and record-keeping, Franke concluded, there was no way overexposures could have been calculated accurately enough to warn workers about their risks in 1985. Franke, of Heidelberg, Germany, testified for 10 individuals suing NLO for $500 million. The trial has been under way for a month in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati before Judge S. Arthur Spiegel. The people who sued claim NLO intentionally exposed them to hazardous amounts of radiation and kept them in the dark about risks. NLO denies both allegations and is asking jurors to throw out the 1990 suit as tardy, since the company claims the four-year statute ,of limitations began running in passage of the law would have had only a meager impact on juvenue druiz dealers. Yates said he had voted against the ban because, "I was persuaded that the issue of oolice training and sensitivity to minorities needed to go forward before any beeper ban." Councilman Peter Strauss, who also voted against the ban, said city leaders should be seeking federal grants for youth training and youth employment as a way of cutting MORE METRO NEWS ON PAGE D-4 (71 1 d(rug usage.