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THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRERTuesday, May 19,1981 C-3 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES suits filed LEGAL NOTICES atl? Notirrs 23f atlj Notices ment be in violation of Ohio Deatfi Notices If une nils For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to individual obituary below. NAME TIME DUE FUNERAL HOME AICHHOLZ, Eleanor M. .11:00 AM. Ma; 20 Chas. A. Miller Sons ALEXANDER. Ralph W. Z OO P.M. May 20 Chas. A. Miller Sons ATKINSON. Russell H., Jr. 1:30 P.M. May 20 fadel BANKS, William 1:00 P.M. May 20 Jamison & Jamison BASHFORD. George 8. 10 00 A.M. May 20 Connley Bros. BRAUNWART, Angela M. 9:00 A.M. May 20 Hugenberg-Anderson BURDETT. Delbert f Jr. 11:00 A.M. May 19 Oscoda. Mich. CANTERBURY, Dorothy 100 P.M. May 21 Vielhauer-Clepper CREIGHTON. Jennie Ann 4 00 P M. May 20 Thomas DOE Stanley E H OP A.M. May 21 Thomas FORNEY. Carl A. 10:00 A.M. May 20 Hodapp FOX, fanme 10 30 A.M. May 19 Weil OEICER. Clarence 0. 10 00 A.M. May 21 Dalberl 8 Woodrull GILDMEIER. Colella A. 10:00 A.M. May 20 Riedlinger GILL, Charles Ward 1:00 P.M. May 20 Naegele. Kleb & IMendorl GRUBBS. Hannah M. 10:00 A.M. May 21 Jackman-Kercheval LEHR, Louis Charles 2:00 P.M. May 20 Vale LOHMAN, Gertrude 10:30 A M May 20 Dalberl & Woodrull MI1CHUSS0N, Annie C. 1:00 P.M. May 20 Geo H. Rohde & Son ROSS. Mary f. "Betty" Tufts ROTHSCHILD. Norma Weil ' SAUER. Urban Witt, Good i Kelsch SHAPIRO, Albert H. 2:30 P.M. May 19 Weil SIMON, John A., Sr. 9:30 A.M. May 19 Witt, Good S Kelsch SINDLINGER, Leeanore 10 00 AM May 20 Muehlenkamp-Erschell STEELE, Helen K. Thomas TRENT. George H. 1 1:30 A.M. May 20 Hodapp WELLBROCK, Louise E. 1:00 P.M. May 19 Latonia. Ky. WELLS, Albert A , Sr. 11:00 A.M. May 20 Dobbling WELSH. Henrietta Mae 2:00 P.M. May 20 Henry Linnemann Sons WESSA, Helen M. 3:00 P.M. May 19 Dalberl & Woodrull WIDMER, Emma K. 10:30 A.M. May 20 Bolton & Lunslord WISSELL, Hatlie Lou May 22 SchmidtDhonau Court of Common Pleas May 14,1981 ABI03973-CPG Products V"' vs. uncinnati interviewing Services, et al. For $100,000, ui eacn or contract. A8103974-United Savings nMr w3- uyusia Munter, et al. For $16,313.32 due on a note A8103975 Kittv 1 vnno Mill. er Eaken and Richard Andrew Miller. Transfer from Butler uouniy. ABI03976-Margaret M. uampe and Remhold A. Lampe Dissolution of marriage A6103977-Gregory R. Hei- tnuas vs. Jartran, Inc., et al. For iuu,oou personal injury (veh cle). A8103978-Central Steel and Wire Co. vs. Precision Products Co. For $14,450 plus int. due on an account. A8103979-Hospital Care -orp. vs. Clyde Reynolds et al Breach of contract. A8103980-Alfred Willis vs. KicKy Simpson. For $38,000 personal injury (vehicle). A8103981 Marvin Wray vs Cincinnati Gas 8, Electric Co Transfer from Butler County. A8 103982 Ruth Gulley and Kicnard D. Gulley. Dissolution of marriage. A8103983-Charles H. Skaggs and Mary Jo Skaggs. Dissolution of marriage. A8103984-Ladon W. Pope vs. adm. of Bureau of Worker's Compensation et al. Notice of Appeal. A8103985-Martha Luken White and David Ross White Dissolution of marriage. A8103986-Edward C. Stokes et al vs. William A. Best. For $55,027 personal injury tvenicie). A8103987 Sandra Lee Mat thews vs. Mark Beach. For $2,600,313 personal injury (vehicle). A8103988-James Mitchell vs. Green Twp., et al. For $350,000 damages, A8103989-James David Turner vs. Toyota of Cincinnati Co. Inc. Breach of contract. A8103990 Thomas J. Con-ners vs. Howard Stollar et al. For an injunction breach of contract. A8103991 John Junker and Patricia Junker vs. A. A. Brown, Inc. For $60,000 personal injury (vehicle). A8103992 Marjorie Wright vs. Travel Bug. For $8,000. May 15, 1981 A8103993-Dale Vogel vs. James F. Howe. For $25,000 personal iniury (vehicle). A8103994 Mlchele Ziegler et al vs. Johanna Fay Bullock For $83,000 personal iniury (vehicle). A8103995 Margaret Harri son vs. Clifford S. Harvey. For $JO,ooo personal iniury (vehicle). A8 103996 Susan Morris vs. The Mariemont Dist. Bd. of Education. That Court declare termination of contract of em ployment be in violation of Ohio Revised Code, for back pay and other relief. A8103997 Lon Fores vs Same. Same. A8103998-Richard Bartlow vs. Same. Same. A8103999-William W. Smith vs. Lorene Smith. Divorce. A8104000 Karen Cohen and Dennis Cohen. Dissolution of marriage. - A8104001-Patrick Christ vs. Mariemont Dist. Bd. of Education. That Court declare termination of contract of employ Need reviews: St. Luke Hospi tal, Upgrade CT Scanner to Whole Body Scanner; Wood' spoint Nursing Home, Decertl- ficaticn of One Intermediate Care Bed; Ridgeview Nursing Home Temporary Conversion of 20 5NF Beds to 20 Intermedi- ate Care Beds; Christ Hospital, CT Scanner Replacement; Be- thesda Oak Hospital, Purchase and Installation of a Whole Body CT Scanner; Children's Hospital Medical Center, Development of New Space for an Ambulato ry Care Program; Mason Health Care Center, Moderniza tion, Addition of 12 Beds, and Dining Room; Jewish Hospital, Reactivation of Existing Cobalt Unit. The meeting is open to the puoiic 159601 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio on the I9tn day of March. 198 directing the placement upon toe official (Question and Issue Ballot the following: "Shall the proposed charter, providing for the Mayor-Council form of government for the Municipality of Harrison, as re ported by the Charter Commis sion, be adopted?" This wiH be submitted to the duly qualified electors at the regular voting places in the City ot Harrison, Hamilton County Ohio at the Special Election to be held on the 2nd day of June, 1981 between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A majority affirmative vote Is necessary for passage. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C. Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Geraldine R. Dole, Clerk Village of Harrison P.O. Box 286 Harrison, Ohio, 45030 160158 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a petition filed with the ' Board of Elections of Hamilton County, Ohio, on the 18th day of March, 1981, there wiH be submitted to a vote of the electors of said City of Norwood, Ward 1, Precincts A and B, Hamilton County, Ohio at the Primary Election to be held at the regular voting places therein on the 2nd day of June, 1981 in the district designated as follows: The City of Norwood, Ward 1, Precincts A and B, Hamilton County, Ohio on the question, "Shall the sale of malt beverages, wine, and mixed beverages of the same type as may be legally sold in the City of Norwood, WW 1, Precincts A and B, Hamilton County, Ohio on other days of the week, be permitted in the City of Norwood, Ward 1, Precincts A and B, Hamilton County, Ohio for consumption off the premises where solo, between the hours of one p.m. and midnight on Sunday?" The polls WIN be open between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Majority affirmative vote necessary for passage. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C. Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Department of Liquor Control 2323 West Fifth Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43204 William R.Tepe, Jr., Clerk uty ot Norwood Montgomery & Eim Aves. Norwood, Ohio 4 3 45212 160157 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an ordinance passed by the Council of the City of Montgomery, Hamilton County, Ohio on the 4th day of March, 1981, directing the placement upon the official Question and Issue Ballot the following: "SHALL THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY BE AMENDED To establish a Council-City Manager form of government In which legislative power is reserved to the Council and administrative authority reposes in the City Manager. The City Manager In such case is the chief executive officer of the city and head of the administrative branch of city government with department heads subordinate to him. The amendment provides for appointment by the Council, establishes qualifications for the office, the powers and duties of the Manager, and grounds and procedures for his removal. To expand the City Council from five to seven members, from which Council shall select the Mayor and Vice Mayor who shall be members of the Council. To expand the Planning Commission to seven members and to redefine various duties and procedures of the Commission; to clarify the authority of the Recreation Commission to make expenditures; to establish the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Landmarks Commission as bodies deriving their authority from the charter; and to provide for removal of members of boards and commis sions in appropriate cases of neglect of duty. To revise procedures for the reading, publication and effective date of legislation; to permit the avoidance of prevailing wage laws of the State; to modify bidding procedures for municipal contracts; to clarify qualifications for elective municipal office; to adjust miscellaneous provisions of the charter in the Interest of clari fied Interpretation and general efficiency; to provide for the continuation of present officers and for an orderly transition from the existing form of charter government. Which, as rearranged and renumbered as to Articles and paragraphs constitutes a major amendment of the existing charter in both form and content." This wiH be submitted to the duly qualified electors at the regular voting places in the City of Montgomery, Hamilton County, Ohio at the Special Election to be held on the 2nd day of June, 1981 between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A malorlty affirmative vote necessary for passage. BY ORDER OF THE B0A3D OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C- Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Diane Eberhard, Clerk City of Montgomery 10101 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 cc: Richard B. Dustenberg Wood, Lamping, Skitz & Reckman 9157 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 160159 Can 421-6300 For Classified Service! on LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a petition filed with the Board of Elections of Hamilton County, Ohio on the 16th day of March, 1981, there wiH be submitted to a vote of the electors of said City of Norwood, Ward 4, Precinct E and Ward 6, Precinct D, Hamilton County, Ohio at the Primary Election to be held at the regular voting places therein on the 2nd day of June, 1981 in the district designated as follows: The City of Norwood, Ward 4, Precinct E and Ward 6, Precinct D, Hamilton County, Ohio on the question, "Shall the sale of malt beverages, wine, and mixed beverages of the same type as may be legally sold in the City of Norwood, Ward 4, Precinct E and Ward 6, Precinct D, Hamilton County, Ohio on other days of the week, be permitted in the City of Norwood, Ward 4, Precinct E and Ward 6, Precinct D, Hamilton County, Ohio for consumption off the premises where sold, between the hours of one p.m. and midnight on Sunday?" The polls wiH be open between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Majority affirmative vote necessary for passage. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C. Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Department of Liquor Control 2323 West Fifth Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43204 William R. Tepe, Jr., Clerk City of Norwood Montgomery & Elm Aves. Norwood, Ohio 45212 160155 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a petition filed with the Board of Elections of Hamilton County, Ohio, on the 5th day of March, 1981, there will be submitted to a vote of the electors of said City of Blue Ash, Ward 5, Precincts B and C, Hamilton County, Ohio at the Primary Election to be held at the regular voting places therein on the 2nd day of June, 1981 In the district designated as fol lows: The City of Blue Ash, Ward 5, Precincts B and C, Hamilton County, Ohio on the question, "Shall the sale of malt beverages, wine, and mixed beverages of the same type as may be legally sold in the City of Blue Ash, Ward 5, Precincts B and C, Hamilton County, Ohio on other days of the week, be permitted In the City of Blue Ash, ward 5, precincts B and c. Hamilton County, Ohio for consumption off the premises where sold, between the hours of one p.m. and midnight on Sunday?" The polls will be open be tween the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Majority affirmative vote necessary for passage. BY ORDER Or T Hfc BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C. Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Department of Liquor Control 2323 West Fifth Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43204 Mary E. Malone, ClerkTreasurer City of Blue Ash 4343 Cooper Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 160156 Tht public's slow down the is BASHFORD George Robert, devoted husband of Mrs. Bettie Jane Bash-ford (nee Beebe), beloved father of Mrs. Sherri Reese, Mrs. Beverly Turner, dear son of Mrs. George Bashford, dear brother of Mrs. Barbara Phil-phot, also six grandchildren. Monday, May 18, 1981. Residence 22 Doris Drive, Taylor Mill, Ky. Age 59 years. Services Wednesday, May 20 at Connley Bros. Funeral Home, 11 East Southern Avenue, Latonia at 10 A.M. Visitation Tuesday 5-9 P.M. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. BRAUNWART Angela M., beloved wife of the late Frank Braunwart, Sr., lov ing mother of Frank, Independ- ence, Ky., Ronald, Florence Ky Norman, Taylor Mill, Ky dear sister of Mrs. Florence Meyers, Park Hills, Ky., Mrs. Marcella Wilde, Taylor Mill, Ky Mrs. Nora AverbecK, Florence, Ky., Mrs. Caroline Rettig, Cincinnati, Oh., Mr. Urban Seiler, Springfield, Oh., 15 grandchil dren, two great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews Saturday May 16, 1981. Age 74. Visitation 4 to 9 P.M. Tuesday at the Hugenberg-Anderson Funeral Home, 40 W. 6th St., Covington, Ky. Prayers at the funeral home Wednesday at 8:45 A.M. with Mass ot Chris tian Burial at 9 A.M. at Mother of God Church. Burial at the St. Mary's Cemetery, St. Bernard. BURDETT Delbert F., Jr. of Oscoda, Michigan. Formerly of Cincinnati Passed away suddenly May 15 in Oscoda, Michigan. Survived by wife Margaret, two sons Howard W. and Richard L. Bur deft and one daughter Barbara Haueisen, six grandchildren and one sister. Funeral services Tuesday 1 1 A.M., W.S. Bennett Funeral Home, Oscoda, Michi gan. Burial Oscoda Pinecrest Cemetery. CANTERBURY Dorothy (nee Davis), beloved mother of Colonel (Bud) Scott, Jr., Charleston, III., Robert E Scott, Mobile, Ala. and Susan L. Hamper, Cintl., dear daughter of Lawrence and Dora Diles, also survived by 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Residence Oakley. May 18, 1981. Visitation 7-9 PM. Tues day at the Vielhauer-Clepper Funeral Home. Visitation Wednesday 4-9 P.M. Kilgour Collier Funeral Home, Catletts-burg, Ky. Funeral I P.M. Thurs-day in Kentucky. CREIGHTON Jennie Ann, dear daughter of Richard and Betty Jo Creighton, sister of Jeffrey D. Creighton. Sunday, May 17, 1981. Residence 6552 W. Dover Circle, Kenwood. Memorial services at Old Armstrong Chapel, Drake and Indian Hill Rds., Wednesday at 4 P.M. If desired memorials may be directed to Old Armstrong Chapel. Thomas Memorial in charge of arrangements. ec- AICHHOLZ Eleanor M. (nee Kuhn), wife of the late Louis Raymond Aich-holz, devoted mother of Roger R. Aichholz, dear grandmother of Deborah Lynn and Pamela Ann Aichholz, sister of John Kuhn and the late Victoria Louderbach. Suddenly May 18, 1981. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowl- ton St., Northside, Wednesday 10 A.M. until time of funeral services at 11 A.M. If desired memorials may be directed to the charity of one s choice. ALEXANDER Ralph W., husband of the late Elizabeth Highbough Alexander, dear brother of Mrs. William (Ethel) Weich, Jr., dear uncle of Ronald L. Weich, dear cousin of Mrs. Paul (Geanette) Jordan and Mrs. Chris (Nancy) Er-hardt. Sunday, May 17, 1981 Age 69 years. Resident of Llan- fair Terrace. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave at Knowlton St., Northside, Wednesday from 1 P.M. until time of services at 2 P.M. Member of Lafayette Lodge 81 F. 8, A.M., Kilwinning Chapter 97, Scottish Rite and Syrian Shrine. ATKINSON Russell H., Jr., beloved husband of Dorothy Atkinson (nee Ernst-Spilker), loving son of Mrs. Bessie Atkinson, dear brother to Ruby McKinny, Nina Cash and Madge Harp, also survived by three children. May 17, 1981. Funeral from the John J. Radel Company Price Hill Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Ave., Wednesday, May 20 at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call Tuesday anytime after 4 P.M. Family requests memorials be made to the Westside Baptist Church Building Fund, 3508 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati, 45205. BANKS William, beloved husband of the late Ruby Banks, devoted father of James and Loraine Banks, loving brother of Nathaniel Banks, also survived by two grandchildren and other relatives. May 15. Friends may call Wednesday at 11 A.M. at Jamison and Jamison Funeral Home, 3437 Montgomery Rd. Funeral service will be held in the chapel at 1 P.M. Rev. Morris Fleming officiating. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE The undersigned will seH at public sale for cash a 1977 Mercedes Benz Ref. Van Model 131648 Serial 34500312332309 at Key GMC Truck Sales, Inc., Gest 8. Freeman St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45203 at 2:10 o'clock P.M. May 26, 1981. The Undersigned reserves the right to bid. Associated Commercial Corporation. 160154 energy is helping in demand fo Jerry Anderson W7T "ITS T SiSi O 1 Revised Code, for back pay and other relief. A810400?-William K. Knoll vs. Edgar.East. For $ 10,500 with int. on a note. A8104003-Kim Pretzer vs The Mariemont Dist-. Bd. of Education, same as above. A8104004-Bette Griffith vs. Mariemont Dist. Bd. of Education. Same. A8104005-Roselind C. Gill vs. Andrew Gill, Jr. Divorce. A810406-Peggy Tolbert vs. Jerry Tolbert. Divorce. A8104007-Carol Kelley, et al vs. Jacob G. Dre, et al. For $180,000 personal injury (vehicle). A8104008 Shirley Johnson vs. Mariemont Dist. Bd. of Education. For a declaratory judgment. A8104009-Kathy S. Schneider vs. Charles Schneider, Divorce. A8104010-Arthur D. Mulli-kin and Barbara A. Mullikin. Dissolution of marriage. A8104011-Jean Rogers vs. Mariemont Dist. Bd. of Education. Declaratory judgment. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Council of the Village of Addyston, Hamilton County, Ohio on the 3rd day of February, 1981, directing the placement upon the Official Question and Issue Ballot the following: "ShaH the ordinance providing for an additional .5 levy on income for current expenses of the Village of Addyston, Ohio and for capital improvements to be made in the Village of Addyston, Ohio be passed?" This will be submitted to the duly qualified electors at the regular voting places in the Village of Addyston, Hamilton County, Ohio at the Special Election to be held on the 2nd day of June, 1981 between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. George C. Eyrich, Chairman Elvera Radford, Director cc: Margaret A. Dozler, Clerk Village of Addyston 4 Addyston Street Addyston, Ohio 45001 159990 LEGAL NOTICE The Board of Trustees of the Health Planning and Resource Development Association of the Central Ohio River Valley, Inc. (CORVA), will meet on Thursday, May 21, 1981 at 4:30 P.M., CORVA Board Room, 19 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. The agenda will consist of the following Certificate of Additional Legals Appear On Page C-5 ions TRENT ; George H., beloved husband of Anna Trent (nee Ebinger), dear father of Mrs. Georgiana Rusk and Judy Kuhn, devoted grandfather of Thomas and Becky, dear brother of the late Robert Trent. Monday, May 18, 1981. Age 71 years. Resident of Norwood. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Wednesday from 10:30 till time of service at 1 130 A.M. Mr. Trent was a member of the Elmwood Moose Lodge No. 811. Remembrances may be made to the Ruth Lyons' Christmas Fund, WELLBROCK ; Louise E. (nee Hoffmeister), beloved wife of the late John H. Wellbrock, loving mother of Mrs. N.B. (Carol) Little of Taylor Mill, Ky., James D. Golds-berry of Covington, Walter W. (Bill) Goldsberry of Oakland, N.J., dear sister of Eleanora Schlupp of Elsmere, Ky., Anna Mae Goldsberry of Ludlow, Ky., George and Bernard Hoffmeister of Covington, she is also survived by ten grandchildren," six great-grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. Former employee of Siebler Tailoring of Cincinnati and V. & V. Tailoring of Cincinnati. Satur day, May 16, 1981. Age 75. Resident of The Colony of Covington, Ky. Memorial service Tuesday, May 19, 7 P.M., Holy Cross Church, Latonia, Ky. The remains have been donated to U.C. Medical Center for. research. Family requests spiritual bouquets or contributions to the church or charity of your choice. WELLS Albert A., Sr., beloved husband of Jeanette Bricking Wells, de voted father of Edward, Donald, Albert and Mike Wells, dearest brother of Mrs. De-lores Gilbert, Mrs. Katherlne Hermes and Mrs. Alene Maines, also survived by eight grandsons and seven granddaughters. Monday, May 18, 1981. Residence 301 Washington Ave., Betlevue, Ky. Age 61 years. Mass of the Christian Burial, Wednesday, 11 A.M., St. Anthony Church, Bellevue, Ky. Visitation Wednesday from 9 until 10:30 A.M. Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue. Prayers at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday. Memorials if desired to St. Anthony Church, Bellevue. WELSH Henrietta Mae (nee Mara), beloved wife of Ralph N. Welsh, dear mother of Ralph and Wil liam R. Welsh, four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren. Sunday, May 17. Residence -50 E. Ilth St., Covington. Age 83 years. Funeral Wednesday, May 20 from the Henry Lin nemann Sons Funeral Home, 25 E. 11th St., Covington at 2 PJvV Interment Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Cincinnati. No visitation. Friends are encouraged to attend the service. Memorials if desired Hospice Association, St. Elizabeth Hospital North. WESSA Helen M dear sister of Edwin L. Wessa, survived by several nieces and nephews. Saturday, May 16, 1981. Age 85 years. Graveside service Tuesday 3 P.M. at Oakdale Cemetery, Dillsboro, Indiana. No visitation. Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home serving the family. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. WIDMER Emma K. (nee Borneman), beloved wite of the late Waller A. Widmer, dear aunt of Mrs. Dorothy Joehnk, Harry and Ed ward Martin and Harold Voll- rath and the late Lillian Probst and Woodrow Vollrath. Saturday, May 16, 1981. Age 88 years. Visitation i uesday trom 6 to 9 P.M. at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwopd where services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. Memorials If so desired may be given to the Westwood United Methodist Church. WISSELL Hattic Lou (nee Rutlege), be; loved wife of Vincent Wissell, beloved daughter of Fred and Nanny Rutlege, dear sister of Harlan and Fred Rutlege, Jr., also survived by nieces and nephews. Resident of Reading. May 18, 1981. Age 53. Friends may call Wednesday, May 20 from 7-9 P.M. at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Road Reading. American Legion Auxiliary services Wednesday evening. Funeral services will be In Georgetown, Ky. on Friday. , World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDERSON BAITER & SAHND ' ! i S I I' I In 1M I S INI 42 Clifton Avenue 8ftl I Winlon Road (Opposite Town HaM ) ' 3042 Harrison Ave. " 661-4059 Butte I Borpann Co. 3464 CentralParkway 559-1343 J. J. 61LLIGAN 1 SON 2926 Woodburn 961-7851 Glenn, Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2097 El DEN A. GOOD : 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 W. MACK JOHNSON Walnut Hills & Madisonville 961-0474 MIDDENDORF, I0HN N. I SONS 917 Mmn. Gov., Ky. 411-1711 KURRE BROS.' FUNHRAL DIRECTORS 241-6929 Rebold Funeral Home 1712 QUEEN CITY ' -3700 GLENMORE 661-6200 Uir MtrtMry Estiklish' 1131 24 W. 9th SI. 241-0132 CHfVKM FtltMOUNI Df 1HI HIILS 1124 WtaWood 921-ISM 4619 Mhi Pik 921-0110 Harriwxi Ml 0(1! VORHIS Funeral Home 10CK.UND SWWiOUl NORWOOD 82ID062 111 2594 HI-4884 23eatlj Notices LOHMAN Gertrude (nee Nieman), be loved wile of Martin Lohman, devoted mother of Mrs. John (Gladys) Hallam, Mrs. Wilbur (Margaret) Domeck, dear sis ter of Joseph Nieman, Mrs. Mil dred Kenney and the late Clara Knose, Eleanor Harris, Eliza beth and Loretta Nieman, grandmother of Mrs. Marlene Myers and three great-grandchildren. Monday, May 18, 1981. Age 91 years. Blessing Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City. Visitation Wednesday 9:30 A.M. until time of service. In tieu of flowers memorials may be made to the St. Francls-St. George Hospital, Queen City and Boudinot Aves., 45238. MITCHUSSON Annie C. (nee Williams), beloved wife of the late Charles M. Mitchusson, dear mother of ' Mrs. Mary E. Cohen, James W., Haywood H. and Rev. Gene A Mitchusson, loving sister of Mamie Jones and Maude Toone, also survived by 11 grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. Friday, May 15, 1981. Services will be held Wednesday, May 20 at St. Luke's American Episcopal Church at 1 P.M. No visitation. George H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home, Linwood and Delta Avenues, Mt. Lookout in charge of arrangements. If desired, expressions of sympathy may be made to St. Luke's American Episcopal Church, 4100 Taylor Avenue, 45209 ROSS Mary E. (Betty) (nee Smeeks), of Loveland. Beloved wife Edward A. Ross, dear mother of Warner A. Ross, sister of James Smeeks, grandmother of five grandchildren. Saturday, May 16, 1981. Services and burial will be at the convenience of the family. Tufts Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. ROTHSCHILD Norma, beloved wife of the late Clarence Rothschild, devoted daughter of the late David and Carrie Kohn, loving mother of Mrs. Alaine Ballard of Mountain View, CA and Charles Rothschild, dearest grandmother of Wayne Allen Ballard of San Jose, CA. Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated. SAUER Urban, beloved husband of Virginia R. (Linsenmann) Sauer, survived by one nephew and two nieces. Suddenly May 18, 1981 in his 81st year. Funeral services in St. Louis, Missouri. Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. in charge of arrangements. SHAPIRO Albert H, of Hillsdale, Michigan. Beloved husband of Gail Tessel Shapiro, devoted father of Richard, Robyn and Debbie Shapiro, dear son of Ann and the late Harry Shapiro, loving brother of Jerry Shapiro. Services Well Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd Tuesday, May 19 at 2:30 P.M. Memorial week will be observed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tessel, 7605 Cas-tleton Place. Memorial contributions to the charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated. SIMON John A., Sr., beloved husband of Patricia A. (Quigley) Simon, dear father of John, Jr., Judy and Cindy Simon and the late Debbie Simon, dear grandfather of Tracy and John Simon, III, dear brother of Frank Simon, Mary Hackney and Patricia Quigley, dear son of the late Eva and Tony Simon. Saturday, May 16, 1981 in his 51st year. Visitation at the Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Square, Monday 6 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Cecilia Church, Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. If desired family requests memorials be made to the American Lung Association. Post 554 Edward C. Gehlert meets Monday at 7:30 P.M. SINDLINGER Leeanore, sister-in-law of Mrs. Mary Walter, cousin of Ruth Vitati, also survived by other cousins. Friday, May 15, 1981. Former resident of Highland Hgts., Ky, Graveside services will be held Wednesday, May 20 at 10 A.M. at the Cedar Hedae Cemetery, Rising Sun, Indiana. Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to the Baptist Convalescent Center, Newport, Ky. STILLE Helen K., beloved wife of Her bert C. Stille, devoted mother of Mrs. Margaret Clark, Jere, Steven and Bill Stille, 11 grand children. May 17, 1981. No visi tation. Private i services at the convenience of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Heart Fund or the Faith Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville in charge of' Ufatlj Noticrs DOE Stanley E., beloved husband of Kay R. Doe (nee Rhoades), dear brother of Mrs. Edna Stanley of Shrewsbury, Mass. and Chester C. Doe of West Boylston, Mass. and the late Elmer Doe of Pawling, N.Y., also survived by five nephews and three nieces. No visitation. Memorial services Thursday 11 A.M. at the Mariemont Community Church. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the American Heart Association. Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville in charge of arrangements. FORNEY Carl A., beloved husband of Erma Forney (nee Henken-berns) and the late Catherine Forney (nee Kaiser), dear father of Carl F. and Paul L. Forney and Kathryn Stikeleather, also survived by 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, preceded in death by seven brothers and sisters. Suddenly, Saturday, May 16, 1981. Age 82 years. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Avenue, College Hill, Tuesday 5-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Clare Church, Cedar and Salvia Ave nues, College Hill, Wednesday 10 A.M. Remembrances may be made In the form of spiritual bouquets or to donor's favorite charity, FOX Fannie of the Orthodox Jewish Home for the Aged, beloved wife of the late Jack Fox, dear sister of Mrs. Esther Wolfson, loving aunt of Charles Tabakow, David, Philip, and Nathan Wolf-son, Esther Rosensteln, Esther Cohn and the late Louis Tabakow. Services Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Road, Tuesday, May 19 at 10:30 A.M. Memorial contributions to the Orthodox Jewish Home, 1171 Towne Street would be appreciated. GEIGER Clarence O., beloved husband of Estella Phillips Geiger (nee Butts), devoted father of Carol Watkins and Brenda McFall, stepfather of Raymond Phillips, survived by seven grandchildren, dear brother of Robert and Ira Geiger, Rosemary Crim and the late Earl Geiger. Mon day, May 18, 1981. Age 51 Funeral service Thursday 10 A.M. at the Dalbert 8, Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Avenue at Queen City. Friends may call Wednesday 6-9 P.M. GILDMEIER Coletta A. (nee Huesman), be loved wife ot the late William F. Gildmeier, devoted sister of Mrs. Ann Garrison, Mrs. Dolores Larkin, Jerome, Joseph and Richard Huesman. Sunday, May 17, 1981. Funeral Wednesday, May 20, from the Albert L Boehmer & Son Funeral Home, 4617 Vine St., St. Bernard, 9:30 A M. Funeral Mass St. John's Church, Dry Ridge, 10:00 A.M Friends may call Tuesday, 6 to 9 P.M. A.J. Riedlinger serving the family. GILL Charles Ward, beloved husband of Lenore Slyvester Gill and de voted father of Mrs. William (Lenore) McErlane, dear grandfather of Patricia, Timothy, William, Susan and Kenneth McErlane and Marge Minturn and also survived by six greatgrandchildren. Suddenly Monday, May 18, 1981. Residence Norwood, Ohio. Friends may call at the Naegele, Kleb and Ihlendorf Funeral Home, 3900 Montgomery Rd., Norwood, Wednesday, May 20 from 12 noon til time of service at 1 P.M. If desired memorials may be made to the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Norwood. GRUBBS Hannah M. (nee Haas), beloved wife of the late Theodore R. Grubbs, dear mother of Lillian Loos of Blue Jay, Rose Jacobs of New Haven and the late Eugene Grubbs of Harrison, also survived by ten grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Mon-day.May 18, 1981. Age 100 years. Residence Harrison, Ohio. Services 10 A.M. Thursday, May 21 at the Jackman-Kercheval" Funeral Home, Harrison, Ohio. Visitation Wednesday from 6 to 9 P.M Interment Glen Haven Ceme tery. Memorials if so desired may be directed to the Harrison Life Squad LEHR Louis Charles, beloved husband of Evelyn H. Rhea Lehr, devoted father of Mrs. Valerie Brady, dear brother of Miss Evelyn Lehr and Mrs. Viola Bradtmueller. Suddenly May 16, 1981. Residence 8023 Volkerding Rd., Morrow, Ohio. Friends may call Tuesday 6 to 8 P.M. at the Vale Funeral Home, Morrow, where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. CALL 651-4500 For Circulation Information y i That's why we forecast the area's energy needs out to the year 2000. In doing so, we see Cincinnati requiring 3 more electric energy each yeac For about the next 15 to 20 years. When you consider that it takes from eight to 12 years to build a new power plant, it's clear that we have to be prepared well in advance to supply the needs of our customers in the future. Cincinnati is primarily a manufacturing center with a great diversity of industry requiring a dependable electric energy supply. And the demand for electric energy is growing. ENERGY FOR GROWTH Although our annual growth in - dein'and is not as great as a few ' years ago, our economic growth continues to cause about a 3'2 . to 4 electric load growth each yean CONSERVATION S ROLE effort to conserve rate of Lnrowth . Cincinnati is going to experience economic growth throughout the 80"s and beyond. It's extremely important, therefore, that we continue , to have an adequate supply of electricity to sustain that growth. FOR THE FUTURE The cost of electric energy in Greater Cincinnati is less than in many other areas. This is one reason our community is a very attractive place for industry to locate. But if we run short of electric energy, by not building for the future, factories would have tricky. Hut in spite of conservation, we still require more electric energy each year. The number of CG&E customers continues to increase at a rate of V2 to 2 each yean Also, existing customers continue to use more electricity. Annual increases in demand are smaller than in the past, but they still amount to increases. TOMORROW We must plan now to meet your future energy needs. Thanks to vour conservation efforts, tomorrow's 1 1 .11 to reduce production levels or 'even shut down which means i ill ! demands appear 10 ne less ominous. But we intend1 to lie prepared for the increases in demand we foresee. J errs- Anderson, Economist, Electric Planning Deportment. peopl e would lose Always at your service T. P. WHITE I SONS i Washington 231-7150 arrangements.

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