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MO Sunday, October 27, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB-9 Obituaries 5 5 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices EFeniiGrals ROSENZWEIG ch,n i WM-thaw&ka). beloved KELLEHER William P. (Cuz), beloved hus wife Isak Rosenzweig, devoted ARINSMIER Anthony E. (Tony), age 20, be mother ot Sylvia Kosenzweig Samis and Charles Samis, dear wannnlhar nf Mirhael SamiS. loved son of Barbara Keys and Larry Arinsmier, dear grand For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. Ray K. Mathias of Westwood He followed the family tradition into real estate business October 24, 1991. Funeral serv son of Bene 5. Keys and toward Arinsmier Jr., brother of Ben, alex and Sam Arinsmier. October 23, 1991. Friends may band of me late June (Flick) Kelleher, also survived by nieces and nephews, dear friend of Jenny Vonderwische and Barbara Cox. Thursday, October 24, 1991. Age 85 years. Formerly of Carthage. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Sunday from 2-4 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Charles Bor-romeo Church, Monday at 10 A.M. Memorials If so desired, may be directed to Mercy-5t. Teresa Center, 6760 Belkenton PI., Cincinnati, OH 45236. ices will take place in Philadelphia on Sunday, October 27. She Is a Holocaust Survivor from Przytyk, Poland. Donations may be made to Fox-chase Cancer Research Center, Philadelphia call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Sunday 2-5 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial Church of the Nativity, Monday, 10:30 A.M. If desired, memorials may be directed to Cincinnati Zoo Junior Zoologists Memorial Fund, 3400 Vine St., 45220. SPARKS Pearl, survived by many nieces and nephews. Friday, October 25, 1991. Age 106 years. For-morlv nf L orkland. Friends MORRISSEY His professional memberships included the Society of Real Estate Appraisers, in which he held several offices; the National Association of Review Appraisers; the Cincinnati Real Estate Board; and the Cincinnati Homebuilders Association. He also was a member of the Westwood United Methodist Church, N.C. Harmony Lodge No. BARRETT Susan (nee Leen), beloved wife of the late Joseph S. Morrissey, dear mother of Rockne Morrissey, John Morrissey, Barbara Stautfoerg and Michael Morris may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 310 Dunn Street, Lock-land, Tuesday, October 29, Lucille, dear mother of Kay Hall, sister of Rosella Franklin, also survived by other relatives and friends. Thursday, October 24, in her 72nd year. Funeral from 10 A.M. until service time at 11 A.M. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the Lock- land Christian Church. service Monday, 7:30 PM. at the Jones and Simpson Funeral Home, 1129 Garrard Street, Covington. Visitation Monday sey, dear mother-in-law ot ban Morrissey, Lula Morrissey, Donald Stautberg and Martha Morrissey, also survived by 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Wednesday, October 23, 1991. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial, Monday at St. Mary's Church at 10:30 A.M. Donations may be made to the Summit Country Day School Alumni Scholarship Fund. Gilligan Funeral Home THOMPSON Mayme (nee Baltzer), beloved BY MIKE TURMELL The Cincinnati Enquirer Ray K. Mathias followed the family tradition into real estate. His father, grandfather and uncles all were brokers. He chose the same route after graduating from Miami University with a bachelor of science degree in business in 1936, and eventually became owner of his own firm, the Ray K. Mathias Real Estate Agency in Westwood. Mr. Mathias, 77, died Friday at the Twin Towers in College Hill of complications from heart disease. Mr. Mathias had been a resident of Twin Towers less than a year, but lived in Westwood most of his life. He was born in Cheviot. He retired as a real estate broker and appraiser in 1987. He worked as a builder from 1936 until 1962, mostly of residences but also of four-unit apartment buildings and small industrial buildings, said wife, Doree Mathias. In 1962, he turned his attention to real estate and appraising, sharing a building with her father. "His dad was in the business, his uncles were in the business and his grandfather was in the business," said Mrs. Mathias. "It ran in the family." alter 6 P.M. at the funeral home. Interment Tuesday, Mary Smith Memorial Cemetery, Elsmere, KY. serving the tamily. BEALL wife ot the late uiaries i "u" v son, dear sister of Amy Koch of Osgood, IN., numerous nieces and nephews. Suddenly, Friday, October 25, 1991. m Osgood, IN. Age 90. Services Monday, October 28, 1:30 P.M. at the Ralph Meyer and Deters Funeral Home, 4164 W. 8th Street, Price Hill. No visitation. If desired, memorial contributions to organization of donor's choice. OBLINGER Hazel F. (nee Myers), beloved FUNERAL NAME TIME DATE HOME ARINSMIER, Anthony E. 10:30A.M. Oct. 28 Thomos Memorial BARRETT, Lucille 7:30 P.M. Oct. 28 Jones & Simpson (Cov- inqtonl BEAU, DorothyM. 10:30 A.M. Oct. 29 Neidhord-Minges DAUM, Jonet lucid 3:00 P.M. Oct. 28 T. P. White & Sons DAY, Helen A. 10:00 A.M. Oct. 29 Quentin K. Staley ENGtER, Elizabeth 10:30 A.M. Oct. 28 Neidhard-Minges EREIDEN, Dr. Joseph N. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 27 Weil IGroveside) GltMER, Helen Tufts Schildmeyer HAMILTON, Bruce M. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 28 White-E. C. Nurre HAUSFELD, George E. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 27 Bolton & Lunsford HENDRIXSON, Marytou 10:00 A.M. Oct. 29 E, C. Nurre IDING, Clifford A. 10:00 A.M. Oct. 28 T P. White & Sons JONES, Joson Ronald 11:00 A.M. Oct. 29 Middendort-Builock (Er- lonqerl KELLEHER, William P. 10:00A.M. Oct. 28 Hodopp LAMB, Steven B. 1 0:00 A. M. Oct. 29 Tobias IDoyton, OH) LEWIS, Raymond D. 1:00 P.M. Oct. 28 Renfro Funeral Service, Inc. MANION, Frances P. 8:30 A.M. Oct. 29 Harry Meyer & Geiser MATHIAS, Ray K, 2:00 P.M. Oct. 29 Bolton and Lunsford MORRISSEY, Susan 10:30 A.M. Oct. 28 Gilliqon OBLINGER, Hazel F. 10:30A.M. Oct. 29 Argo, Bolton & lunsford OWEN, Juanito 10:00 A.M. Oct. 29 Tobias IDoyton, OH) PRICE, Robert N. 10:00A.M. Oct. 28 Chos. A. Miller Sons RALLS, Loretta 10:00 A.M. Oct. 29 Nurre Bros. ROSE, Thomas F. 10:00A.M. Oct. 28 Seifert, Hordig & Broter ROSENZWEIG, Sobino Philadelphia, PA SNYDER, Horry E. 1 :30 P.M. Oct, 28 Anderson SPARKS, Pearl 11:00A.M. Oct. 29 Vorhis THOMPSON, Moyme 1:30P.M. Oct. 28 Ralph Meyer & Deters WELLER, Viola M. 10:00 A.M. Oct. 28 Hawthorne-Bowles WINKFIELD, Marvin Wade 7:00 P.M. Oct. 28 Renlro WINKLER, Jeannette 2:30 P. M. Oct. 28 T. P. White & Sons Dorothy M beloved wife of the late Joseph C. Beall, Sr., dear mother of Joann Clayton, Mathias 2 F&AM, Scottish Rite and the Syrian Temple Shrine. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Carole Ballinger of Seven Mile, Ohio, and Doree Schneider of Bridgetown; two sons, Kent Mathias and Thorn Mathias, both of Bridgetown; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Visitation will be 6-9 p.m. Monday. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Burial will be at Baltimore Pike Cemetery, Westwood. Memorials can be made to the Westwood United Methodist Church, Epworth & Urwiler Avenues, Cincinnati 45211. wife of the late John B. Oblin- ger Sr., devoted mother of Ma- Joseph Jr., David and Stephen Beall, also 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Sudden ly, Saturday, October 26, 1991. Age 77 years. Visitation at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home. 7043 Harrison Pike, Taylor's Creek, Tuesday, 9 to 10 lor General John B. obiinger Jr., U.S. Army, Ret. of El Paso, TX, loving grandmother of Mark and Mike Obiinger and great-grandmother of Kyle Obiinger, dear sister of Alma James, Clyde Irl Myers, Ber-nice Spronk and the late Gertrude Zeiser. Thursday, October 24, 1991 In El Paso, TX, age 91 years. Visitation Monday 6-9 P.M. at the Argo-Bolton & WELLER Viola M. (nee Bible). Age 91. Blessing 10 A.M. Monday at Hawthorne-Bowles Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy. Visitation 9-10. A.M. followed by Mass ot Christian Burial, 10:30 A.M. at St. Joseph Church, North Bend. Memorials to the charity of one's choice. Member of Franciscan 3rd Order. Orlando Q. Conrad Lunsford Funeral Home, 100 S. Miami Ave., Cleves. Funeral service Tuesday at 10:30 A.M. at the North Bend United Methodist Church. Memorials if so desired may be directed to the North Bend United Methodist Church or to the Arthritis DAUM Janet Lucia, dear sister of John E. Daum and the late Anita M. BY MIKE TURMELL Mr. Conrad was a member of Allison, dear aunt of John Daum, Jackl Osgood and Evan-lee Daum. October 25, 1991. Residence Price Hill. Service at OWEN WINKFIELD Marvin Wade, devoted father of Marvin L. Winkfleld, of Detroit, Ml, Marc Winkfleld, of Providence, Rl, Milton Winkfleld and Marsha Winkfleld, grandfather of nine, uncle of Sandra Snow, of Dayton, OH, Sonya Stallworth and Jean Davis. October 23, 1991. Friends may call at the Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3655 Harvey Ave., Monday from 6 P.M. until time of funeral services at 7 P.M. Rev. D. L. Motley, Sr., officiating. Interment Tuesday, 9 A.M., Spring Grove Cemetery. Renfro Funeral Service, Inc. In charge of arrangements. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Monday, October 28, at 3 P.M. Memorials Juanita. Age 70. Of Dayton. Passed away Friday at Hospice of Dayton, after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Owen Is survived by her husband Ralph, two sons, Larry Cornett of Cincinnati and Billy Cornett of Owen-ton, KY., one brother and sis . CSV to charity of your choice. Member of V.F.W. Auxiliary the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union Local 12. Survivors are his wife, Sheila; two daughters, Britney Conrad and Tiffany Turner, both of Newport; his father, George Barton Jr., Burlington, Ky.; his mother, Robbie Conrad, Newport; three brothers, Mendnile Warren of West-wood, Nigale Greene of Newport; and Angel Barton of Burlington, Cushman Post 4045. Death Notices Deaf ft Notices JONES ter-in-law Raymond and Tressle Woolery of Mad River as well as four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services win be held at Jason Ronald, beloved son of The Cincinnati Enquirer Orlando Q. Conrad and his wife had been looking for a new home to take the place of their Newport apartment. "We wanted to buy a house for our future," Sheila Conrad said Saturday. "We wanted to get out of the city to raise Britney." Mr. Conrad, 23, was shot to death early Friday in a struggle with a man at his mother's home. It was the couple's nine-month wedding anniversary. Mr. Conrad was born in Dayton, Ky., and lived most of his life in Newport. He had been working as a cook at Pompilio's Restaurant in Newport after graduating from Newport High School in 1987. As a student, he participated in basketball, football and track. An aunt, Sabrina Hambrick, described her nephew as "a very good guy. He would give you anything that he had." Colleen L. Jones and Ronald E. HAUSFELD George E., beloved husband of Estelle Hausfeld (nee Waltz), dear brother of Clyde and Dr. Kenneth Hausfeld, dear brother-in-law of Alvina Waltz and DAY Helen A. (nee Siegel), beloved wife of Charles C. Day, dear mother of Carol Martin, Pat Lindsey, Tom, Dan and Linda Day, sister of Betty Hall and Ada Steinmetz, grandmother of 10 A.M. Tuesday at the Tobias Jones, devoted step-brother of Alisha Jones, dear step-son of Ginny Jones, loving grandson of Bessie "Bettye" Penn, Audrey, the late George Waltz, Louise 13, great-grandmother of one. Donald and Betty Jones. Fri Frankenberger, Minnie West and Alma Brierly, dear uncle of Suddenly October 25, 1991. Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, 3970 Dayton-Xenia Road, Beavercreek, Ohio, with the Rev. Leonard Miller, officiating. Interment wlH be held at the Miami Valley Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6-9 P.M. Monday. day, October 25, 1991. Age 10 Friends may call Monday, 6-8 years. Resident ot Park Hills, P.M. at the Quentin K. Staley KY. Funeral service Tuesday WINKLER Jeannette (nee Nepper), wife of the late Albert H. Winkler, beloved mother of Henry D. and Edward A. Winkler, devoted sister of Martha Eifert, dear grandmother of Thomas and Betsy Winkler. October 25, 1991. Age 81 years. Formerly of Mariemont. Service at Spring Grove Memorial Mausoleum Chapel Monday, October 28, at 2:30 P.M. Memorials may be sent to the Springer School, 2121 Madison Rd., Cinti., OH. 45208. T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home serving the Conrad Ky.; three sisters, Silver Conrad and Adriane Warren, both of Newport; and Sienna Conrad, Covington; his paternal grandmother, Edna Barton, Newport, and his maternal grandfather, Robinson Conrad of Covington. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Second Baptist Church in Newport. Visitation will be 4-9 p.m. Tuesday at the Radel Funeral Home, 822 York St. Burial will be in Linden Grove Cemetery, Covington. at 11 A.M. at the Middendorf- Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Rd., Deer Park. Mass of Chris tian Burial, Tuesday, 10 A.M. Bullock Funeral Home, 3614 Dixie Hwy., Erlanger. Visitation from 5 to 8 P.M. Monday. Buri St. Saviour Church, Ross- PRICE Robert N., loving husband of Charlotte A. (nee Bohrer) moyne. If so desired, memori al In Forest Lawn Memorial Jeanette Leisgang, Grace Stefke, Earl and Don West, Joan Crawford and the late Hazel Rothan. Thursday, October 24, 1991. Age 84 years. Scottish Rite Ring Service and Memorial Funeral Service Sunday at 2 P.M. at St. Peter and St. Paul United Church of Christ, Ferguson Rd. and Queen City Ave., Westwood. Memorials may be given to the charity of your choice. Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Home serving the family. als may be sent to S O S. Men Park, Erlanger. Memorials are Price, beloved father of Steven, suggested to the Cardiology tal Health, 1322 E. McMillan St. Walnut Hills. Andrew and Jeffrey Price and Department of Children's Hos pital Medical Center in memo father-in-law of Karen M. Price, devoted grandfather of ry of Jason Ronald Jones. Karla Ann price, dear brother ENGLER of Virginia Mclntyre, Charles Elizabeth "Betty", beloved wife LEWIS Raymond D. World War II Vet Workt War I Vet World War II Vet of Max fcngler, dear mother ot Korean Veteran Jo Ann Meyer, Mariene Ruwe, eran. Beloved husband of Flora Brook Lewis, devoted father of ss Maxine Thomas and Marie Stohlman, loving grandmother Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces I Persian Gulf UC's queen Ray Lewis, loving brother of Anne Goings (Milton), Charles of 12, dear sister of Franz Fall- W. Price, Edna Zapf, Mary C. Coors, Raymond B. Price and Wilma Staverman. Friday, October 25, 1991. Age 60 years. Resident of North College Hill. Retired policeman from Springfield Twp. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., Northside, Sunday, 2-5 P.M. Funeral service Monday, 10 A.M. er and the late Gustav and 10 Lewis (Phyllis) of Flushing, NY, uncle of seven, great-uncle of 11, and a host of other relatives Monuments Anna Fallen Suddenly, Thurs- day, October 24, 1991, age 79 and friends. Friday, October 25, years, visitation Neidhard HENDRIXSON Mary Lou (nee Spurgeon), beloved wife of the late Orville Hendrixson, dear mother of Orville and Carl R. Hendrixson, dear sister of Clinton, Elmer, Earl and Ralph Spurgeon, Gladys Hergett, Anna Mae Brown, Alverna Messick, also survived by 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren. October 26, 1991. Age 86. Residence Amelia. Friends may call at the E. C. Nurre Funeral Home, State Rte 125, Amelia, Monday, Mlnges Funeral Home, 3155 Bethesda Hospital. Friends may call Monday, October 28, Harrison Ave., Westwood, Sun REDOLD FUNERAL HOME I U Marker! all fl Monuments r T. Flower Vases at the United Christian Church, day 5-7 P.M. Mass of Christian J) wii Burial 10:30 A.M., Monday at Crown and May Streets from 12 noon until time of funeral St. Catharine Church. Member 3700 GLENMORE (81-6200 of St. Catharine Womens Soci services at 1 P.M. Rev. James Lewis, officiating. Interment ety. Donations to Benedictine RALLS Loretta "Ted" (nee Gallen-stein), beloved wife of the late Clyde H. Ralls, dear mother of Mrs. Rip (Dottle) Collins, also survived by three nephews, numerous great-nieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. Thursday, October Mission House, RR l, Schuyler, Beech Grove Cemetery. Please make donations and memorials to the United Christian Church Shannon Connell of Toledo receives a congratulatory hug from Molly Centa after Connell was crowned University of Cincinnati's Homecoming Queen at halftime of the UC-Southern Mississippi football game Saturday afternoon. The Cincinnati Enquirer Phaedra Singelis Nb, 68661 or Franciscan Mission Assoc., Box 598, Mt. Ver gTONECRAFf Scholarship Fund. Renfro Fu from 2 P.M. until 8 P.M. Funeral service Tuesday, October 29, 10 A.M. at the Calvary Chapel, 9B6 Nordyke Road, Anderson Twp. Interment Mt. Morlah Cemetery, Wlthamsvllle. Me non, NY 10551. neral Service, Inc. in charge of 921-8446 1 3 - 321-90 Granite Hp Bronze arrangements. 1 jV FREIDEN MANION HMOI ITAnTMQ w SNCk.ES DOUBLES $250. $380. morials may be made to Calvary Chapel, 986 Nordyke Rd., Cincinnati, OH. 45255. f 24, 1991 at Deer Park Nursing Home. Age 92 years. Formerly of Pleasant Ridge. Friends and relatives may call at the Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Rd Pleasant Ridge, Monday 7-9 P.M. Mass Dr. Joseph N., 82, of Cape Coral, FL, devoted husband of the late Eleanor Freiden, dear un Frances P. (nee Pfeffer), beloved wife of the late Charles A. Manion, loving mother of Monica Humphries, Michael Manion of Bayville, NJ, Camilla cle of Aian Freiden of Reston, IDING VA and Joan Lawton of Los Angeles, CA. Graveside Serv 20 of Christian Burial, Church of the Nativity, Tuesday, 10 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Clifford A., beloved husband of Rita M. Wing (nee Sutter), de Announcements Kehoe of Columbus, OH., Mat ices, Sunday, October 27, thew and Mark Manion of Cincinnati, Marilyn Feldman of Brunswick, ME. and the late P.M., at United Jewish Cemetery in Montgomery. In lieu of other remembrances memorial A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 contributions to the Shrlners Crippled Children's Hospital or A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 the orthodox Jewish Home would be appreciated. Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 voted father of Catherine Schmidt, Daniel, Clifford (Jerry), James, Jeffry, and the late Gregory T. Idlng, dear brother of Charles, the late Frank, and Henry Idlng, also survived by nine grandchidren and five great-grandchildren. October 25, 1991. Age 70 years. Residence Cherry Grove. Mass of Christian Burial St. Thomas More Church, Monday, October 28 at 10 A.M. Friends may can T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington Sunday 4-8 P.M. Family prefer memorials to the Clifford A. Wing Memorial Fund co St. Thomas More Church or Masses. GILMER Helen (nee Eckert) of Kings Mills, beloved wife of Lee Gil Colette Slemmer, dear sister of Gertrude, Christine, Martha, Jane, Betty, Barbara, Sam, Jack, Nate, Dick and Roger and the late Anne, Helen, Mary, Patrick, Bernard, Joseph and Donald, also survived by 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Saturday, October 26, 1991. Age 77. Visitation Monday, from 6 to 9 P.M. at the Harry Meyer and Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway Ave., opposite the Covedale Cinema. Mass of Christian Burial, Holy Family Church, Tuesday at 8:30 A.M. Remembrances may be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor, Riddle Road, Cincinnati, OH. Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 mer, devoted mother of Gary ROSE Thomas F., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth (Betty) Rose, (nee Tenbieg), dear father of Rebecca Rose Schroer, Angela Rose Kendall, Veronica, Karl, Thomas and Louis Rose, father-in-law of Pamela Willen Rose, Charles Schroer and Scott Kendall, dear brother of Florence Rose, Sister Florence Marie Rose, Margaret Rose Hautman, William and George Rose and the late John, Carl and Robert Rose, loving grandfather of Jessica, Stephanie, Thomas and Gregory Rose, Ka-therlne and Matthew Schroer, Benjamin and Samuel Kendall, dear friend of Marcella Hutchison. Friday, October 25, 1991. Residence Sayler Park. Age 68. Friends may call in the Seifert-Hardig and Brater Funeral Home, Monitor at Parkland Aves., Sayler Park, Sunday, from 5 to 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial In the St. Aloysius Church on the Ohio, Monday, October 28, at 10 A.M. Memorials may be made to the St. Aloysius School Fund. Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 In brief Gilmer, sister ot Barbara Buer-germeier, sister-in-law to Cliff and Shirley Mitchell, Loraine Whltacre and Orville Buerger-meier, also many nieces and nephews. Thursday, October 24, 1991. Services and burial are at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be directed to Mason Life Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8d93 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton Squad, P.O. Box 317, Mason, OH 45040. Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Loveland serving the family. 1 HAMILTON Bruce M., beloved father of SCHMIDT-DHONAU READING SHARONVILLE 948-1113 948-1113 Bruce "Max" Hamilton, dear grandfather of Bruce M. Ill, Caycee and Ben Hamilton, dear great-grandfather of Bruce M. Hamilton, IV., dear brother of LAMB Steven B. Age 36. Of West Chester. Passed away Saturday, October 26, 1991. He Is survived by his mother Carol A. and husband Gilbert Proffitt of West Chester, his father, Raymond and wife Lydla Lamb of Bellbrook, two brothers and sisters-in-law, Raymond and Sally Lamb of Cincinnati and Michael and Renee Lamb of Springboro, two sisters Sheila and husband Chris Fisher of Mason and Sarah Proffitt of West Chester, grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Vearl Vaughn, Clarsie Lamb, all of Dayton, and Gladys Groger of Cincinnati, numerous aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be held 10 A.M. Tuesday at the Tobias Funeral Home, Far Hills Chapel, 5471 Far Hills Ave. Interment RosehlH Cemetery, Mason, OH. Friends may call 4-9 P.M. Monday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. WlH, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 MATHIAS Ray K., beloved husband of Doree L. Mathias, (nee Aschbach-er), devoted father of Carole Ballinger, Doree Schneider, R. Kent and Thorn Mathias, dear father-in-law of Glen Ballinger, Sue and Diane Mathias, loving grandfather of Karen and Ken Ballinger, Denise and Dave Schneider, Jamie, Erin, Chad, Julie, Connie and Kurt Mathias, dear great-grandfather of Greg Ballinger. Friday, October 25, 1991. Age 77 years. Visitation Monday, from 6 to 9 P.M. at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood, where service will be held Tuesday at 2 P.M. N. C. Harmony Lodge 2 F&AM service Monday at 7 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Westwood United Methodist Church or the Shriner's Burns Institute. 35 Florists SNYDER Harry E husband of the late Orlena Snyder, beloved father of Luella Ellis, Marorle Braum-burg, Albert Lee Popp, Rose Anita Peery, William H. Sawyer, Melvina Palmer, Lillian Hayes and Norman C. McMil-lian, also several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Wednesday, October 23 1991. Formerly of Finneytown. Friends may call Monday, Noon until time of funeral service at 1:30 P.M. at Anderson Funeral Home, 8611 Winton Rd. Gladys Spiegel and Gilbert Hamilton, dear uncle of Harry and Gib Hamilton, Jr., Barbara, Paulette, Linda and Susan. October 26, 1991. Age 73. Residence New Richmond, OH. Graveside service Monday, October 28, at 2 P.M. at the Laurel Cemetery, New Richmond, OH. Whlte-E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, serving the family. V' Funeral Flower 961-6622 City Wide, 7 Day Mrany State political leaders acknowledge public opinion toward term limits Car, off-road vehicle crash hurts 2 boys THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Two 11 -year-olds were seriously injured when their four-wheel, off-the-road vehi-.cle went through an intersection near Peebles, Ohio, and was struck by a car. Ohio State Police said Kyle Smalley and Trey Edwards, of the Peebles area, were riding the vehicle on Lawhill Road , about 5:50 p.m. Friday. They apparently went through the intersection at Hoop Ridge i Road and were struck by a car driven by Kimberly D. Resor, 25, of Peebles, Trooper Bryant Rhodes reported. The children were taken to Adams County Hospital at West Union, then transferred by Air Care to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Cen- ' ter. Edwards was reported in critical condition Saturday evening with head and abdomi- " nal injuries. Smalley, who was driving the vehicle, had head and leg injuries and was in fair condition. Resor and her three chil- ' dren were uninjured. ' Although collisions with cars are infrequent, it is commonplace for juveniles and ' adults to operate those types ' of vehicles on public roads in rural areas, Rhodes said. ' An off-the-road vehicle can be registered for license tags v if it is equipped with turn ; signals and other safety equipment. That is rarely done, " Rhodes said. The awards honored the two for their efforts in fighting child pornography. They were presented by Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago, former archbishop of Cincinnati. 2 in Colerain Twp. face drug charges A Colerain Township couple were arrested on drug charges early Saturday after a search of their home turned up more than 30 grams of cocaine, Hamilton County narcotics police said. Gary C. Willis, 36 of 7726 Sheed Road, was charged with two counts of aggravated drug trafficking and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Lori A. Angelo, 30, of the same address and described in the police report as Willis common-law wife, was charged with complicity in aggravated drug trafficking. Brothers charged with inciting riot Two brothers were charged with inciting riot after a crowd gathered and threw bottles at two Cincinnati police officers who were trying to make an arrest Saturday in Millvale. Procter Scott, 19, and Michael Scott, 23, both of Millvale Court, were charged with inciting to riot, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Police reported that two officers were trying to arrest another person on Millvale Court about 3 a.m. Saturday when the Scotts began harassing them and shouting obscenities at the officers. They also tried to prevent the officers from arresting the first person, who was not named in the report. 5 teen-agers hurt in car accident Five teen-agers were injured in an auto wreck Saturday afternoon including two who were ejected from the car as it rolled repeatedly on a Hyde Park residential street. University Hospital reported Dan Earls, 16, of the 3100 block of Fairfield Avenue, Walnut Hills, was in critical condition; Michael O'Connor, 17, of the 2800 block of Victoria Avenue, was reported in serious condition. Earls and O'Connor were thrown from the Volkswagen Rabbit when driver Matt Johnson who turns 18 today of the 3600 block of Saybrook Drive, Hyde Park, lost control of the eastbound vehicle in the 3100 block of Victoria Avenue about 3:47 p.m., Cincinnati Police Officer Steve Edwards reported. Passengers Alex Kohls, 16, of the 2400 block of Observatory Avenue, and Keith O'Connor, 15, of the 2800 block of Victoria Avenue, were treated at Children's Hospital Medical Center and released, the hospital reported. Johnson was still being treated in the University Hospital Medical Center Saturday night. Cincinnatians win anti-porn awards Two Cincinnati area residents received Citizen Leadership Awards from the Religious Alliance Against Pornography during the organization's recent annual conference in Washington, D.C. They are Phil Burress of Love-land, president, and Susan Bell of Montgomery, board member of Citizens for Community Values of Cincinnati. the Ohio Democratic Party, said he would not bet against a term limit ballot issue. "I'll say this, if it gets on the ballot it will pass," Branstool said. "If it reads 'all elected officials' and goes to the public, that's what they'll go for in a big way." Branstool described term limits as a two-edged sword. He said limits could remove some highly skilled people while at the same time providing opportunities for new faces in the political arena. The issue moved onto the political front burner last week when Gov. George Voinovich endorsed unspecified limits on terms of state legislators. Restrictions now apply only to the governor, who is limited to two consecutive terms. A resolution to be introduced by state Rep. Ronald Mottl, D-Parma, would ask voters in November, 1992, to approve a 12-year limit on BY JOHN CHALFANT The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio State political party leaders agree about the public popularity of term limits for elected officials, but want to see specific proposals before taking a stand. State Republican Chairman Robert Bennett said he believes there is no question the issue will appear on the November, 1992, statewide ballot. "I believe the people are in favor of term limitations and I'm prepared to seriously consider it when I see the proposal that's going to be on the ballot," Bennett said. "When I first came into this job I was absolutely opposed to term limitations. I have probably done a 120" turn on that right now, not 180s, but 120," he said in an interview. Eugene Branstool, chairman of terms of all state and local officeholders. The Coalition of Ohioans to Limit Terms is circulating petitions to place on the ballot a proposal for 8-year limits on statewide officeholders, state legislators and members of the U.S. House from Ohio. The group is seeking 12-year limits for U.S. senators from Ohio. Bennett said he previously favored extending term limits to the other statewide officeholders: secretary of state, auditor, attorney general and treasurer. He said limits on terms of mayors and other local officials ought to be decided by local voters. Branstool traced the popularity of term limit proposals mainly to negative campaigning. "I think people's respect for their elected officials is diminished because of the negative campaigning we've seen in this decade," he said. I

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