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5 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Funerals B-6Metro THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, October 19, 1991 Obituaries Emily Fischer, arts supporter ANDREWS DARTT Edward A., survived by his Dorothy Jean "Dotty", beloved wife, Nettie. Residence Ceder IIOLZER Clem, 95. Calling Sunday, 5-8 P.M. Bovards, Versailles, IN. Services Monday, 10 A.M. St. Johns Osgood. sister of Bob and Anne Dartt of grove, IN. Thursday, October Bella Vista, AR, also survived by numerous nieces and neph I, at University Hospital, Cmti. For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. Age 79 years old. Services will ews. October 17, 1991. Age 66. Services private and for the family only. If desired, memori be Monday, 1 P.M. (EOT) at Arlington Memorial Gardens, Cinti. Calling will be Sunday, 4-8 (EST), at the Phillips & Meyers als may be made to the Ameri Active Hyde Park volunteer loved fashion, traveling can Cancer Society or charity FUNERAL HOME NAME TIMF DATE Funeral Home, Brook ville, IN. ot one s choice, fnomas Funer Memorials to the donor's al Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave. ANDREWS, Edward A. 1 :00 P.M. Oct. 21 Phillips & Meyers choice. Madisonville serving the family. Orchestra and the Cincinnati Historical Society. 1 1:00 A.M. Oct. 21 Craver-Hookom BARGER BARGER, Teny At one time she had been an investigator for the Teny, of Batavia. Beloved wife FISCHER BELLISSIMO, AngeloJ. Jr. Emily Louise, daughter of the of Ford Barger, dear mother of Marvin T., Robert L and Billy 9:30 A.M. Oct. 21 Vitt, Stermer, & late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. LOL'DERBACK Paul M 74 years old, of Felicity, OH. Died Friday, October 18, 1991 at Georgetown Nursing Home, Georgetown, OH. He leaves his wife, Zelma Johnson Louderback; three sons, Ronald Louderback, Donald Louder-back, Robert Louderback; one daughter, Joyce Fugate; four grandchildren; one brother, Hubert Louderback. He was a Maintenence Supervisor for Felicity Franklin School System for 27 years. World War II Ve-tern. Funeral services by Charles H. Mclntyre Funeral Home, Felicity, OH, on Monday, October 21, 11 A.M. Visitation Sunday, October 20, 6-9 P.M. Burial Felicity Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or Alzheimer's Disease Assoc. j. Hoover, turns l Barger, (Flora M. Freund) Fischer, Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority. Miss Fischer was born on her grandfather's farm, which is now the intersection of North Bend Road and Belmont Avenue in College Hill. She lived most of her cousjn of Louise Dieterle Nip and the late Merita Colson, also 21 grandchildren, 24 BENNER, Mildred M. 10:00 A M. Oct. 21 Oswald-Hoskins pert. Thursday, October 17, great-grandchildren, and six 1991. Hyde Park. Funeral serv BRADLEY, Hazel 10:00 A.M. Oct. 22 John J. Radel ices will be Saturday, 11 A.M. great-great-grandchildren, sister of Mallie Thomas and Mar BRYANT, George 10:00 A M. Oct. 21 Dobbling BY DAVE BEASLEY The Cincinnati Enquirer Emily Louise Fischer, volunteer and patron of the arts, died Thursday at her Hyde Park home. "She was a real classy lady, in her bearing, in her carefully measured speech and in the things she appreciated," said the Rev. John Thomson, pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church. She had been a member of the congregation since 1960. "She enjoyed theater, ballet and the symphony," said her cousin, Louise Dieterle Nippert. She had a keen sense of humor, a flair for fashion and loved to travel, Mrs. Nippert said. She was a volunteer for the Cincinnati Symphony at the Immanuel Presbyterian garet Adams. Thursday, Octo Church, 3445 Clifton Ave., Clif CHRISTE, Selmo A. 1 1:00 A.M. Oct. 2 1 Gump-Holt ton. Miss Fischer's family wiU provide the flowers. Memorials may be made to the Children's Thomas ber ii, ivyi. Age 74. Friends may call Sunday 5 to I P.M. at the Craver Hookom Funeral Home & Chapel, Milford. Fu DARTT, Dorothy Jeon DUNCAN, Irma Catherine life in Clifton before moving to Hyde Park recently. She is survived only by her cousin. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. today at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3445 Clifton Ave., Clifton. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Children's Protective Services, 2400 Reading Road, Cincinnati 45202. neral services Monday, 11 Protective Service, 2400 Reading Rd., 45202. Arrangements by the Anderson, Baiter & 10:00A.M. Oct. 21 Vorhis A.M. at the funeral home. OWENS Sahnd Funeral Home, Clifton. FISCHER, Emily Louise 1 1:00 A.M. BELLISSIMO Oct. 19 Anderson, Baiter & Sahnd Dorothy (nee Anderson), de Angek) J., Jr. Beloved husband of Louise (nee Gramaglia) Beh GREGOLET GREGOLET, Corinne 10 30A M. Oct. 21 Elden A Good voted mother of Linda Brewer, Ruth Conover, Bonnie Roy, Pamela Northern. Lernv. William nssimo, loving tamer of John A. Corinne (nee Wasson), beloved wife of the late William L. Gre- GUENTHER, Elmer C. 10:00A.M. Oct. 21 Bolton & Lunsford and Roger Brewer, grandmoth golet, dear mother of Mrs. I. B. HARRITOS, James P. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 22 Dalbert & WoodruH and Jay A. Bellissimo, beloved brother of Phyllis Jones, Frank Bellissimo and the late Joseph and Anthony Bellissimo. Friday, October 18, 1991 at his Bridge er ot zu, great-grandmother of 22, great-great-grandmother of one. Sister of Neva Marshall Rhizor, Mrs. Dorothy Sievert, Mrs. Marllou Ross, Mrs. David 10:00A.M. Oct. 21 Bovards (Versailles, HOLZER.CIem John Kyle Mock C Hurst and William L. Grego- and Helen Morgan. Wednes town residence. Age 61 HORNING, John C. 10 30A M. Oct. 21 Gilligan iet, sister ot Ann kiizaoeth Von- BY WILLIAM A. WEATHERS day, October 16, 1991. Residence Milfnrri. DM tariiroc mer and Eugene Wasson, also HUFFMAN, Gladys 1 :00 P.M. Oct. 22 Chorles Young survived By io grandchildren and tour great-grandchildren. Friends may can Monday 8 to 9 A.M. at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, 3425 Harrison Ave. Funeral Mass will be Monday, 9:30 A.M. at the St. Aloysius Gonzaga Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Monday, October 21, at 10 A.M. Visitation Sunday, 6 to 8 P.M. LOUDERBACK, PaulM. Thursday, October 17, 1991. 11:00 A.M. Oct. 21 Charles H. Mclntyre Formerly of Hyde Park Friends may caH at the Elden OWENS, Dorothy 10:00 A.M. Oct. 21 Evans UHjrcn, nrioqetown Rd, PELLEY A. Good Funeral Home, 2620 PELLEY, Irene 1:00 P.M. Oct. 22 ConnleyBros. Erie Ave., west of Hyde Park sq. Sunday from 4 to 6 P.M. Irene (nee Stephens), beloved wife of the late Lee Pelley, dear mother of Vivian P. Cay-ton, dear mother-in-law M Pnh- Thomas P1ETZ, Dorothy Funeral service Monday at The Cincinnati Enquirer Services will be 10 a.m. today at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Madisonville for John Kyle Mock, a 36-year-old Kenwood resident who was electrocuted in an industrial accident Tuesday. Mr. Mock, president of his own painting contracting firm, Spectrum Deco Inc., Kenwood, was killed when the metal lift bucket carrying him and another man touched an uninsulated, 7,200-volt electrical line at a warehouse construction site in Sharonville. Mr. Mock was a graduate of Indian Hill High iv ju A.m. Memorials may be 1:00 P.M. Oct. 21 Bolton & Lunsford ROSE, Nannie P. directed to the City Gospel T.P. White& Sons ROYER, John Paul ISkip) Mission. BENNER Mildred M., 75, South Lebanon, Thursday, October 17, 1991. Visitation Sunday, October 20, 3-5 P.M. at Oswald-Hoskins Funeral Home, Lebanon. Funeral service Monday, October 21, 10 A.M. at Lebanon United Methodist Church. Memorials requested to American Lung Assoc. of Gillette, Wyo. "He was always thinking of something new. He was a self-made man." Mock's business grew from one he started as a part-time venture while in high school, his brother said. Other survivors include his wife, Sue; two sons, Christopher John and Brian Neal, at home; a daughter, Melissa Kate, at home; his mother, Margaret Mock of Western Hills; his grandfather, John Mock of Lebanon; a sister, Rebecca Young of Milford; and three brothers, David of Indianapolis, Owen of Nashville, Tenn., and Michael of Loveland. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be sent to the FreeStoreFoodBank. ert F. Cayton, loving grandmother of Andrew R. L. Cayton, Renanne Welch, Amy Leioh Lazear. Ellen s ravtnn SCHULTE, Edna 10:30A.M. Oct. 19 Geo. H. Rohde & Son GUENTHER and Daphne W. Cayton, also SMITH, Barbara M. 1 1:30 A.M. Oct. 2 1 Dalbert & Woodruff Elmer C, beloved husband of Marcella Guenther (nee Brink WRIGHT, Walter Graham, Sr 1:00 P.M. Oct. 21 Hall-Jordan meyer), devoted father of Lynda S. Elliott and Marcy L. Hop loving great-grandmother of eight. October 18, 1991. Residence Hilton Head, SC. Formerly of Covington, KY. Age 89 years. Funeral services will be at Connely Bros. Funeral Home, 11 E. Southern Avp I atnnia ZURLINDEN, Margaret C. 10:30A.M. Oct. 21 NurreBros. acnooi and attended the University of Cincinnati. He was an avid boater and active member of the Boy Scouts of America. BRADLEY Hazel (nee Courtney), beloved wife of the late John E. Bradley, Sr., dear mother of Betty Bond, Mary J. Conner, John E. Bradley, Jr., Floyd and the late per, gear grandfather of Stephen R. 'Bobby' Elliott, dear brother of the late Corrinne Benninger-Melter, father-in-law of William M. Hopper and KY on Tuesday, October 22, 1991 at 1 P.M. Visitation will beoin at noon. Interment Inrip- "He was very innovative," said his brother, Daniel 5 Death Notices friend of Chip Galinari. Thurs Death Notices day, October 17, 1991. Age 78 pendence Cemetery. years, visitation Sunday from SMITH Barbara M. (nee Mohl), beloved wife of the late Eugene H 4-8 P.M. at the Bolton & Luns- Charles Osborne, also survived by 19 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Thursday, October 17, 1991. Age 82 years. Funeral from the John J. Radel Funeral Home, 652 State Ave., Tuesday, October 22 at 10:00 A.M. Friends may call Monday, World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gull PLETZ Dorothy (nee Brumage). January 29, 1928 to October 17, 1991. Beloved wife of the late John R. Pletz. Sr.. dear mnther ford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood, where service win be held Monday at iu a.m. Cheviot Lodge I40, F. Smith, loving mother of Linda Walker, dear grandmother of Nicholas, Jenny and Matthew Walker, sister of Christine Wachsmuth and Joan Holt, dear aunt of Kathy Wynne and & A.M. and Scottish Rite Ring October 21 from 5 to 8 P.M. of John R. Pletz, Jr., Richard M. Pletz, Donald L. Plot?. I Inria 10 Monuments service, sunaay at p.m. Me Roberts, Joann Kelley and Car other nieces and nephews Thursday, October 17, 1991 ol xooerts, also survived by 16 grandchildren and 13 oreat-aranrir-hilriren Kin uicita. morials If so desired may be given to the Cheviot United Methodist Church, Shriners Burns Hosptlal or the American Cancer Society. Blessing service Monday 11:30 BRYANT George, beloved husband of Ore Sears Bryant, dear father of George A. Bryant, Carol Cline and Eileen Kidwell, dear brother of Carl C Bryant and Ruth Hampton, grandfather of eight, great-grandfather of four. October 17, 1991, age 68, REQOLD FUNERAL HOME O. Markers Monuments Flower Vases a.m. at the Dalbert and Wood tion. Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madison ruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudi not Ave. at Queen City. Visita ville, serving the family. Donations mav be made to the rhar- HARRITOS 3700 GLENMORE 661-6200 ity of your choice. tion 10 A.M. until time of service. If so desired, memorials may be made to Hospice of James P., beloved husband of Ann Harrltos (nee Panos), devoted father of Eleni S Pete J. residence of Bellevue, Kentucky. Services 10:00 A.M. ROSE uncmnati. Monday, October 21, 1991 at 20 and Michael J. Harritos, dear brother of the late Catherine Announcements WRIGHT Jonson, John and Christ Harri the Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue, Kentucky. Visitation Sunday 6 to 9 P.M. at the funer Walter Graham, Sr., beloved husband of Annie Mae Wrinht. tos. Thursday, October 17, Nannie P. (nee Fuson), beloved wife of the late Frank R. Rose, devoted mother Nellie B. Sawyers, mother-in-law of Aaron H. Sawyers, dear aunt of Roger L. Rose, also survived by other nieces and nephews and many friends. Friday, October 18, 1991. Age 78 years. Funeral loving lather of Walter G. Hodapp Funeral Homes Hsmilton at ElKcton 7401 Vine St. 541-1040 821-0805 al home. Burial St. Stephen lemetery, h. Thomas, KY. wrigni, jr., aear brother ot Nellie Woodard Hale, fond orandfather of Deborah Wrinht service Tuesday 2 P.M. at the Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 7000 Winton Road. Visitation Monday from CHRISTE Selma A. (nee Huelsebusch), and Stephanie Marshall, also mi. Age 97 years. Visitation Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 beloved wife of the late August G. Christe, dear mother of Barbara Chrlste, of San Franciso, CA, and the late Shirley Fuller, mother-in-law of Robert Fuller, grandmother of Laurie Fannin and Christi Baker, great-grand Sunday from 2-4 P.M. at the Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood, where service will be held Monday at 1 P.M. Memorials, If so desired, may be given to the Alzheimer's Disease Assoc. 5 to 9 P.M., at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Avenue at Queen City, with Prayers at 6:30 P.M. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Building Phase 4, Cinti. 45224. survived by four great grandchildren, other relatives and friends. October 17, 1991. Funeral services will be held Monday, 1.00 P.M. at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne Ave. Rev. Henry W. Jones, officiating. Friends may call from 12:00 noon until time of service. Interment Beech Grove Cemetery. Chas. A. Miller Sons Busse & Borgmann Co. Miller-Simminger Funeral Service 541 0040 mother of Lauren Baker and Christopher Fannin, all of Columbus, OH, sister of the late Elsie, Walter, and Harry Huelsebusch. Thursday, October 17, ivy i. Age bo years. Funeral ROYER John Paul (Skip), graduate of Withrow High School in 1976, dear son of Jim and Shirley Royer, brother of James (J.B.), David, Mark, James (J.R.), Cathy, Rick and Bryan Rover, neohew of Kenneth from the Gump-Holt Funeral Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Monday, October 21 at 11 A.M. Friends may call The Cincinnati EnquirerKevin J. Miyazaki A television commercial features Superintendent J. Michael Brandt asking voters to support the school levy. trom 4 to B r.M. Sunday. It so SCHMIDT-DHONAU HORNING John C, beloved husband of Evelyn Lynch Horning, dear father of Deborah L., John D. and Robert J, Horning. Thursday, October 17, 1991. Friends may call at the Gilligan Funeral Home, 8225 Montgomery Rd. at Galbraith, Sunday from 5-8 P.M. Funeral services Monday at St. Paul United Methodist Church at 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Assoc. Royer, Madison Place, step-grandson of M. C. Royer, Mt. desired, memorials may be made to Beechacres Orphans READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 wasnington, also survived by two nieces and two nenhew&. nome, MS i beecnmont Ave. 45231 or the American Cancer Society. October 16, 1991. Age 33 years. TUFTS SCHILDMEVER Ads Residence Bradenton, FL. Loveland 683-2430 ZURLINDEN 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 seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Thursday, October 17, 1991. Age 96 years. Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 345 W. McMillan Street, Clifton, Sunday, 4 to 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Monday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Monica Church. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Red Cross, University Hospital or charity of choice. Blanchester 783-2458 Services Private. Memorials to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. DUNCAN Irma Catherine (nee Werner), ,vlte of the late Hugh H. Dun Reaction mixed on tailpipes Emission testing praised, panned BY IRENE WRIGHT The Cincinnati Enquirer Reaction in Southwest Ohio on Friday to proposed tailpipe emissions tests in four counties ranged from "gimmick" and "money-making scheme" to "right way to do it." The Ohio General Assembly is considering tailpipe testing for hydrocarbons in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties for light-duty cars and trucks, including vans up to 8,500 pounds, dating back to 1968. The proposal also includes die-sel-powered vehicles and even municipal bus fleets, said Jim Leach, public-information specialist for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. "It's going to take a lot of vehicles off the road," said Virgil Mink of Springdale. Mink owns a 1976 van that he doubts would pass a test. "It could cost more to make it pass the test than the van's worth," he said. "It would have to go to the junkyard." Terry Roark of Hamilton, who works at the BP Oil Station at Ohio 4 and Bypass Ohio 4 in Fairfield, said he thought it was another way to get more money. "It's no good with the tests so far (visual Automobile Inspection and Maintenance, or AIM, tests in Butler and Hamilton counties)," Roark said. "That was something for money in the first place." Butler and Hamilton counties have had AIM testing for about three years, while Clermont and Warren counties have had no testing. Proposed tailpipe tests would can, devoted mother of Marga SCHULTE Edna (nee Engelhardt), beloved Wife of the late Genrne T ret Vitz of Ft. Thomas, KY and Pl NKKAl, HOME I 1W1 R KADI NO Rp Melanie Kopeloff of Green Schulte and devoted mother of Win, GOOD I KELSCH Mary Ann Geoghegan, Sue Ko-kenge, Martha Johnson, Joan Rohde and Virolnia Wenstrnrj. OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 also survived by 30 grandchil- wich, CT, grandmother of Kris-tina, Andrew and Matthew Vitz and Melissa Kopeloff. Tuesday, October 15, 1991 at Greenwich, CT. Friends may call at the Vorhls Funeral Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland, Sunday 4-6 P.M. Services at the Wvomina Pres 35 Florists HUFFMAN Gladys (nee Gabbard), beloved wife of the late Brady Huffman, devoted mother of Jerry Flick, Larry, Ronald, and Robert Huffman, dear sister of Audrey West and Clyde Gabbard, grandmother of 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Residence Ross, OH. October, 18, 1991. Age 70. Funeral services Charles C. Young Funeral Home, 4039 Hamilton-Cleves Rd., Ross, OH. Tuesday, 1 P.M. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday 6 to 9 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Ross Township Life Squad In her memory. oren ana 52 great-grandchildren. Thursday, October 17, 1991 at St. Margaret Hall. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Mary Church, Hyde Park, Saturday, October 19, 1991 at 10:30 A.M. No visitation. If desired memorials may be made to St. Margaret Hall, 1960 Madison Rd., 45206. Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home serving the family. To place your classified ad call 421-6300 KJ Funeral Flowm byterian Church, Burns & Wyoming Ave., Monday, October 21 at 10 A.M. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the charity of your choice. (Charter member of Altoona, PA chapter of Eastern Star). ui ijcauiy a aisiincilon 961-6622 City W,de, rtWDHimy CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l Brandt tells viewers, "Our kids deserve better. Vote for school reform." Jerry Galvin, of Galvin, Siegel, Kemper the agency that de-signed the ads said Brandt wasn't the first choice for the campaign. Earlier this week, ads aired that showed a montage of city schools, with a narrative exhorting voters to pass the levy. But Galvin said it didn't take long to realize that Brandt was the natural pitchman for the troubled ballot measure. "For a lot of voters, Brandt is a symbol of the school reform taking place in the system," he said. "He has a high degree of believability and likeability." The same poll that showed voters rejecting the levy also indicated a high approval rating for Brandt, he said. So the school ad was scrapped and Brandt was brought in. The first thing he did was reject Galvin's script. "He wasn't comfortable with it," Galvin said. "The more we changed it to his words, the better the commercial was." Even so, high school principals are not noted for the ability to perform before cameras. Two hours later, Galvin said, "We finally told him to pretend he was in a locker room talking to the high school football team." That touched a chord in the former principal, and the force Galvin was looking for came out. "That take is the one on the air," Galvin said. The ads are a radical departure from last year's campaign, which was low-key and relied on shots of children and teachers to convince viewers. Voters soundly rejected last year's proposed 7.21-mill levy. Brewster Rhoads, levy campaign director, is hoping the more aggressive tone, the higher profile of this year's campaign, and the use of Brandt as a focal point will turn voters around. "He's coming in with a fresh slate," Rhoads said. "It's clear voters have a lot of respect for him, and we're going to try to use that. There's a lot riding on him." Chronology of local abortion protests Here are highlights of local protests against abortion since 1985: 1985 On Dec. 28, more than 100 demonstrators hold a memorial service outside Planned Parent-hood's Margaret Sanger Center in Mount Auburn for eight fetuses displayed in coffins. Early the next morning, the Sanger Center and the nearby Women's Center are damaged by arson. 1986 Planned Parenthood, operating In Avondale while the Sanger Center is rebuilt, obtains a court order to limit pickets. The first protester is arrested April 5; mass protests and arrests begin in June. A demonstration on June 28 results in 21 arrests. In September, the Rev. Jerry Fal-well walks the picket line to the cheers of protesters. Arrests subside during the fall, but one person is arrested In December. 1987 In February, a pipe bomb is found against an outside wall of the Sanger Center and is defused. In April, the focus shifts to the Women's Center, where 20 protesters are arrested after camping in the lobby. Planned Parenthood opens its new Elizabeth Campbell Center on the site of the razed Sanger Center in November. 1988 With the opening of the new Planned Parenthood building, the court order which had been specific to the temporary site is no longer applicable and is dissolved in January. National "Operation Rescue" movement begins In Atlanta and inspires a demonstration outside the Campbell Center in December with 78 arrests. 1989 One of the largest anti-abortion demonstrations takes place in Washington, D.C.; about 220 Cincinnatians join 300,000 others. Protests continue at home; 23 people are arrested outside the Women's Center in May, and 20 are arrested in August. An abortion-rights march through Cincinnati during the National Organization for Women's national convention in July draws hundreds of counter-protesters. 1990 Another 35 protesters are arrested during a January sit-in at the Women for Women Clinic, across the street from the temporary Sanger site. John Brock-hoeft, a Northern Kentucky man and abortion protester serving 30 months for the planned bombing of a Florida clinic, pleads guilty to the 1985 Sanger arson and is sentenced to seven years in prison. About 100 people protest outside the Campbell Center in December; three are arrested. 1991 About 20,000 people form a human chain from Covington to St. Bernard to protest abortion in March. HIV-positive inmate arraigned in Clermont cost about $7 each. Bob Laumann, of Bob's Auto Repair on Salem Road in Anderson Township, said tailpipe tests were the right way to do it, as opposed to the AIM tests. "What they're doing now isn't a test. It's just looking to see if the car is still there," Laumann said, who has failed about 30 cars in AIM tests in three years. The vehicles required the replacement of small parts to pass. Representatives of bus systems weren't concerned about bus testing. Metro Bus Svstem in Cincin ''"H'tN Timothy Ward, a carrier of the virus that causes AIDS who is accused of biting a fellow inmate at the Clermont County Jail, was arraigned Friday on a charge of attempted murder. Sheriff's detectives say Ward, who did not enter a plea at Friday's hearing, tested positive for the HIV virus two years ago. The former Terrace Park man Is scheduled to appear again Wednesday in Clermont County Court for a preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to send the case to a grand jury. nati has 380 buses, but they only date back to 1987 and already have emissions below standards, said spokeswoman Sallie Hilvers. The Middletown Transit System in Butler County has six buses, but they are all new, said Preston Combs, city public works director. "I don't think we would be in trouble, but other systems with older buses could be," Combs said. William Stiles of the BP Oil Station in Batavia said he favors emissions testing if it helps preserve the ozone layer. "I don't know if it will be successful, but it's a step in doing something." That's not the opinion of Dallas Findlay of Jim's Mobile Service in South Lebanon. "It's a gimmick, A bunch of red tape," he said. r March CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l Street. "Clean the streets up," she said. "What they need is somebody to lead the young black men," said Cynthia Wilson. "They have nowhere to go" for recreation at night. "Some of them don't have the education to get a job. So they do what they know" sell drugs Wilson said. Stronger law enforcement also is needed, she and other residents said. Neighborhood involvement encourages police enforcement, said Calvin Robinson, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector who Bill would change county fund control THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS, Ohio - Sen. Eugene Watts, R-Columbus, introduced a bill to give county commissioners more control over special funds controlled by other county office holders. He said the need for his bill stems from the abuse of funds held by the Franklin County auditor and a drug enforcement task force headed by the county sheriff. His bill would set up rules pertaining to record keeping and make the destruction of documents a first-degree misdemeanor. 1 " ' V y'v - (A j ' i y .: I 1 ! grew up in Lincoln Heights and now lives in Atlanta. Robinson watched the march with approval from the porch of his parents' Adams Street home. Robinson said he is convinced that Operation Nehemiah will work such neighborhood marches have been successful in Atlanta and Savannah, Ga. "I think once things have gotten visible, these (drug-dealing) people will probably pull out." But Robinson's parents aren't waiting. He said he is helping them move to Atlanta as soon as possible. ) Ths Cincinnati EnquirerTony Jones

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