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Monday, June 1 3, 1983 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER TEMPO D-9 Brfdg West e 762 V 843 96 AKJ6S BY CHARLES H. GOREN and OMAR SHARIF DEAR READERS: We have had many requests over the years for those hands that we consider to be our favorites. That makes quite a list. For the time being, therefore, we are devoting various columns to a series of famous hands. At the end of the series, we will go back to our weekly question and answer column. Both vulnerable. South deals. North A 1095 VAK QJ87 4 984 East 4 KQ84 J762 10532 4 3 South 4 J3 V Q1095 AK4 4 Q1072 The bidding: South West North East 14 Pass U Pass IV Pass 14 Pass INT Pass 3NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Seven of 4. In 1935, a French team came to the United States to challenge the Four Aces In what Is generally regarded as the first world championship. Although the Americans won, everyone was impressed by the skill of Pierre Albarran, who represented his country in Davis Cup tennis as well as bridge. Here is a hand from that match, with Albarran in the West seat The bidding is impeccable by any standard. Because his best suit was bid by South, Albarran elected to attack with the seven of spades. Declarer played low, from dummy and East won the queen. He shifted to a heart, taken in dummy. Declarer could see eight frrtnlra ThAr nraro oaiiaro 1 nrotio r set up a iiuiui, ana aeciarer cnose to go for tricks In the club suit. He ran the nine of clubs from dummy and Albarran played low as smoothly as he glided over the clay surface of his favorite tennis courts. Declarer now had nine tricks but, not surprisingly, he thought he had struck It rich In the club suit and that overtrlcks were there for the taking. So declarer elected to repeat the finesse by running the eight of clubs. To this day declarer Is trying to explain to his teammates how It is possible to go down In three no-trump on this hand. QUESTION: As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4AQ8763 72 4985 472 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West IV Pass 14 Pass 2T Pass ? What action do you take? ANSWER: On this auction, your partner almost surely has a six-card heart suit. Therefore, there is no point to rebiddlng your spades you are unlikely to have a better fit and you could have a worse one. Since you have a weak hand and tolerance for partner's suit, you should pass. Send any questions for this column to: Charles Qoren and Omar Sharif, co The Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati 45201. Each week a prize of a copy of the new Ooren's Bridge Complete, a $9.95 value, will be awarded for the question Judged the best received. Charles Ooren and Omar Sharif personally cannot undertake to answer all questions submitted. Boggle How many words can you make? In 3 minutes, find as many hidden words as you can and write them down. To make a word, use letters, In sequence, that adoln at any side or corner. Each letter In the grid may be used only once In word. Any word found In a standard English dictionary Is acceptable. PLAY AGAINST THE "BOQQLE BRAIN": Find his list below. See If you can beat him. OR PLAY AGAINST A FRIEND. Compare lists and cross off words In common. Then score: 34 letters: 1 point Blatters: 2 points 6 letters: 3 points 7 letters: S points 8 or more: 11 points T T 5 IE " NOA 'WVA "3IA 'H3A NVA 'AVd "3AVd '3NVTNVd MAO 'N3AO MS 'AAVN dVN13WVN "N3W 'NV3W 'AVW ANVW MAOV3AOT 3AlV3sin '311 1KM -3AldYANV :NIVUS 310008 tMriy. HA 0W1&. Pmm Canada Concert Om IMW Crossword ACROSS 1 John or Walter 5 Cleopatra's executioner 8 Metric measure 12 Composer's sidekick , 14 First-rate 15 Sally Rand's specialty 16 Space org. 17 Egg: comb, form 18 Wanton destroyer 20 Goldsboro hit song 23 Withered 24 Greek underground 25 Extremist 28 like Carroll's Hatter 29 Seasons 30 Corn on the 32 Whims 34 Part 35 Cereal grains 36 William Rose 37 Lack 40 Purpose 41 Injure 42 Spanish dance 47 Fictional dog 48 Surf-bathing hazard 49 Sharp 50 Ballad 51 Hepburn, to pals DOWN 1 Brit, air arm 2 "The of Wonderful Nonsense" 3 Sea bird 4 Lower parts of walls 5 Vedicgod 6 Part of arnin. 7 Forestalls 8 Large sea bird 9 Crosby-Hope title word 10 Handle Avg. solution time: 27 min. EfAlQncPslTnAEp A S J HOPE BIUITI RE A A NAN E B O PAM PAWTjCUMN eTrNALJ (IkUXCE LED IIT ZiABRAM L T J AM) (OTHERS 1 1 li nielJleolZZ- I luM JADD nURAL D EJ BRAE SAVE EAl OliS EGOS IpIsTsitlJsIeInIt 6-13 Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 11 Repast 13 Shade of blue 19 Macaws 20 Surround 21 A king of Norway 22 Nothing, inNavarra 23 Auctions 25 Old -(Yellowstone sight) 26 Image 27 Cabbage 29 Begone! 31 Casino item 33 Rouen native 34 Comment 36 Wait 37 East Indian dye tree 38 Comfort 39 Comedian Johnson 40 Singer Williams 43 Prefix for gram 44 Travel org. 45 Obtained 46 Be in debt " 2 3 4 5 6 7 jm 8 9 10 11 12 ' 13 111 ' 4j J! 42 43 44 45 46 Tnda v's fWntoaiHD clue : W equals B. 6-13 W.UEM WKVD UC EHWWGM; KTT TKED'C VGCN GYYC CNHTGV. Saturday's Cryptoquip - GREAT GROAN GREETED O. HUFF SOUND OF SOUR SONGSTRESS. The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, an4 words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by tria) and error. Law Job Choices Said Improving BY PETER BREWER Associated Press BOSTON Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret M. Heckler said Sunday many more doors are opening to women lawyers than In 1956, when she was the only woman In her Boston College law school graduating class She told law school graduates at Suffolk University's commencement that as a student she dreamed of quickly Joining one of Boston's prestigious State Street law firms. "I found that those law firms saw me exclusively as only a potential secretary and certainly not as the secretary of Health and Human Services," the former Republican congresswoman said to laughter. "And that is when I became a feminist," she added, noting, "But if my law degree wasn't the key to a State Street legal association, It did open the door to elective office for me. "When I ran for governor's councilor, it was my law degree which gave me professional status and credibility." Mrs. Heckler, who went from the council to eight terms In Congress before her defeat by Rep. Barney Frank in 1980, urged the law school graduates to consider appointive public service. "For 16 years I thought that drinking from the cup of lawmaking was a thirst I could never quench," she said. "But I now find the taste of administering the law to be Just as bracing and satisfying." Mrs. Heckler, known In Congress for her moderate support of women's Issues, noted the Suffolk law school cjass was 40 female. "I doubt that Boston's State Street firms today will wish to put you behind a word processing machine," she said. Suffolk gave Mrs. Heckler an honorary doctor of humane letters degree. The university awarded 484 law degrees, and 588 other degrees in liberal arts and sciences and management. Among the graduates was 82-year-old Rosalie L. Warren of Boston, who received a master in education degree, the oldest woman ever to receive a degree from Suffolk. Three years ago, the widow, who has established three $100 scholarship awards at Suffolk, received her bachelor's degree and promised the cheering crowd, "111 be back for more." "It was a breeze, no hardship at all," said Mrs. Warren, who lives alone on her Social Security pension. She spent two years at Boston's Girls High before family finances forced her to drop out at 16 foe a factory Job earning $5 a week. "From the age of 12, with 10 children in the family, I was told I would have to stop school at 16," she said. She said she noticed by the time she was 13 that it seemed boys had "all the opportunities." "When the suffragette movement came, Rosalie was out there with the women carrying banners. I went with that movement lock, stock and barrel." Fired from one job for asking if the company, General Electric, was unionized, she enrolled In school in the early 1920s to learn secretarial skills. Despite office Jobs she held until retirement at age 76, she continued taking courses. She plans to return to audit Suffolk classes. "I'm leaning toward literature," she said. Deaf, Blind Woman Receives Her Diploma CHICAGO (AP)-Geraldine Lawhorn, a 67-year-old deaf and blind woman, accepted her college diploma Sunday, culminating what she called "an opportunity to refresh my mind." She couldn't see her diploma or hear the cheers of fellow graduates. But she shared their enthusiasm for what they had accomplished. "I'm just deprived of certain physical senses," Miss Lawhorn said. "We all have the same goals, but we have to go on different roads." Miss Lawhorn earned her bachelor of arts degree in rehabilitation of the deaf-blind through Northeastern Illinois' "University's Without Walls" program, which Incorporates on- and off-campus learning experiences. The daughter of a vaudeville show manager, Miss Lawhorn once pursued a theatrical career that included a one-woman show at Carnegie Hall. She lost her sight when she was 12 and her hearing when she was 19. She currently is working on her autobiography, to be called While It Is Day. Central to all her accomplishments has been her ability to communicate. "I communicate with different people in different ways," she explained. "I use finger spelling, palm printing, a special glove with the alphabet on it, an alphabet card, and ... a small machine that produces Braille with the use of a standard typewriter keyboard." I For the past few years, Miss Lawhorn also has used an electronic reading device that enables her to read ordinary print material. Miss Lawhorn currently heads the deaf-blind department at the Hadley School for the Blind in north suburban Wlnnetka, teaching courses In Independent living and verse writing. Poison Injections Cure Girl's Vision Problems HOUSTON (AP)-After two unsuccessful operations to correct 8-year-old Michelle Clemens' crossed eyes, doctors decided to treat the girl with minute amounts of a deadly poison and it worked. Her severe strabismus, or crossed eyes, was almost completely corrected by three injections of botulin, her attending physician says. Before the treatment, her family said she had trouble reading because of severe coordination problems of her eye muscles. Only about 300 patients across the country have undergone the treatment in the five years it has been used on humans, doctors said. Botulin is the toxin commonly associated with spoiled canned goods that causes the food poisoning botulism, which can be fatal. The eye treatment Involves injecting a saline solution containing a small amount of botulin into the muscles that control the eye. "The dose injected Is between one two-thousandth and one four-thousandth of that considered lethal," said Dr. Monte I. Stavls, Michelle's pediatric ophthalmologist. Stavls is one of 35 eye experts trained to mak the botulin injections. Each injection takes five minutes, he said. Michelle's mother, Diane Shoelen, said that before her daughter had the injections, she had had two operations, and had worn glasses and done eye exercises, "but she really wasn't any better." Stavls emphasized that the new treatment is not a cure-all for eye muscle co-ordination problems, but for some patients not wishing to have standard surgery or who have moderately serious strabismus, he believes the injections are advantageous. Dragonflies Used Against Mosquitoes WELLS, Maine (AP)-Although it has not been proved that dragonflies can help reduce mosquito populations, residents in eight Maine towns have turned loose thousands of the sleek bugs&s an alternative to pest sprays and lotions. ) Dragonflies do not bother people, but they do eat mosquitoes. So the Wells Chamber of Commerce recently sold 13,000 of them to peopl In Wells and nearby Ogunquit, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, York, Kittery, Portland and OaneRltfcflbPth. " r Death Notices ABERCROMBIE Amanda Betty (nee Webster), beloved wife o the late Edwin Abercrombie, most dearest sister of Mrs. Wanda Myers, Mary end James Webster, dearest stepmother of Mrs Jean Bllck, also several nieces and nephews. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Residence 105 E. 43rd St., Covington, Ky. Age 72. Serv ices Tuesday, June 14 at the Conmey Bros. Funeral Home, 11 E. Southern Ave., Latonia at 1 P.M. Visitation Tuesday from noon until time of service. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Protestant Children's Home. BOYLE Ethel M. (nee ParUn), beloved wife of the late James L. Boyle, dear mother of Mrs John F. Koons, Jr., also sur vived by four grandchildren and three oreat-orarKKtwdren. Friday, June 10, 1983. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Angels Church, Monday at v:J0 a.m. No visitation. Giligan Funeral Home in cnarge. BRENT Charles W., beloved husband of Margaret Agnes "Peg" Brent (nee McArdle), devoted father of Mrs. Elzabeth Brent Garver and Mrs. Mary Louise Brent Yandell, father-in-law of Wil liam L. Yanox, dear grandfa ther of Kurt Arthur Wiesen-berger, Charles Brent and Megan Etizabern ranaen, brother of Mrs. Winifred B. Dl- mond, Mrs. Mary B. Lane and Mrs. EDen B. Whitton, also sur vived by several nieces and nephews. Saturday, June 11, 1983. Age 84 years. Funeral services Tuesday at io a.m. at Christ Church Chapel. Memorials, If so desired, may be given to the Friends of Christ Church Music. Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home serving the tamuy. BRILEY Rose, beloved wife of Mr. Roy Briley, dear sister of Ms. Little Thompson, also survived by two grandchildren; Ms. Barbara Jean James and Ms. Rona Fullard, slster-k4aw of Mrs Virginia Martin and Mrs. Mary Anderson and other relatives and friends. June 10, 1983 Friends may call Tuesday from 6 until 7 P.M. at the Revelation Baptist Church, 1556 John St., where services will begin at 7 P.M. Rev. Daniel T. Smith, Pastor. Entombment Spring Grove Mausoleum. CARRA Pearlie (nee Mcintosh), wife of the late Samuel Carra, devoted mother of Allle Mier, Clara Head, Lillle Magner, Ruby Doane, Woodrow and Rudolph Bates, sister of Clara, Hubert and Roy Mcintosh, also sur vived by 29 grandchildren. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Resident of Norwood. Friends may cal at me vornis Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Rd., Norwood, tuesoay, June u from 12 noon until service time at 1:30 P.M. H desired sympathy may be expressed by a memorial con tribution to the Heart Fund. COUCH Pauline M. (nee Mc Anally), beloved wife of Donald L. Couch, devoted mother of Steven E., Richard B., Christopher L, Paul T. and Amy F. Couch, daughter of Frances Perry, sister of Elizabeth Fennell. Saturday, June 11, 1983. Age 58. Resident 01 Pisgan. no visitation Memorial services at the West Chester Presbyterian Church, Monday at 1 P.M. Sympathy may be expressed by donations to the American Cancer Society. Schmldt-Dhonau Funeral Home serving the ramay. EARLES Damon J beloved husband of Myrtle Earles, stepfather of Barbara Williams. Saturday, June 11, 19(3. Age 58 years. Resident ot camp Washington. Friends may cal at the chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowtton St., Northslde, Tuesday from 9 a.m. until time ot services at 11A.M. EASTMAN WManra, beloved wife of Ru pert L. Eastman, loving mother of Gregory Ward, Diane Wright and Clifford Boyd, also survived by other relatives and friends. June 9, 1983. Memorial services wll be held at 10 A.M. Tuesday, Spring Grove Mau soleum cnapei. Bisnop josepn Harper officiating. Thompson Funeral service. ELLIOTT Kathleen E. (nee Daum), be loved wife of Richard L Eiott, loving mother of PhHHp L. Elliott, Suzanne L. Munsle, and the late Carl H. Eiott, and loving mother-in-law of Donald Munsie Jr., dear grandmother of Dennis p. Munsie, dear sister of Ruth Hosack, Anna Mae Nunnemaker and Maxine Gabriel. Saturday, June 11, 1983. Services will be held at Hyde Park Community Meth odist cnurcn, Observatory 1 Grace Aves., Tuesday, June 14, at 11:00 A.M. Friends may call George H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home, Linwood & Delta Aves., Mt. Lookout Monday evening, from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. If desired, contribu tions may be made to W.I.C.I. Scholarship Fund, co Leslie Laine, Academy of Medicine, 320 Broadway, 45202 or Caldwell Memorial United Method ist Church, Irwin, Onto., FEY Dorothy M. (nee Swegman), beloved wife of Robert P. Fey, dear mother of Peggy Kostel-nik and Doris Schmaltz, grandmother of Michael, Laura, Ke-thryn and Jennifer Kostektlk, David, Elizabeth and Barbara Schmaltz, dear niece of Florence Swegman. Sunday, June 12. 1983. Relatives and friends may call at the Dhonau-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot Rd., Tuesday morning from 9-10 A.M. followed by Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Little Flower, Mt. Airy at 10:30 A.M. Memorial contributions may be made to me American Diabetes Association, 1216 E. McMillan St., Cincinnati, OH. 45206. HAINES Wiliam H., husband of the late Ora Brunswick Haines, devoted father of Elaine Long of Ashland, Ky jams Roermer ot Houston, Tex., Robert G. Haines of Columbia, Missouri, Dennis M. Haines of Galthers- burg, Md., and Caleb Haines of Garner, N.C brother of Jack Haines, also survived by 11 grandchildren and live greatgrandchildren. Friday, June 10, 1983. Formerly of Cincinnati. Friends may cal at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Road, Norwood Monday 6 to 8 P.M. Services Tuesday, June 14 at 10:30 A.M. It desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to the Heart Fund or the American Cancer Society. Work) War I Vet World War It Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet taeirals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to individual obituary below. FUNERAL NAME TIME DATE HOME ABERCROMBIE, Amonoo Betty 1:00 P.M. June 14 Coonley Br 01. BETZ See Corra notice. BOYLE. Ethel M. 9:30 A.M. WI3 GiH.aor. BRENT. CKorleiW. 10:00 A.M. June 14 Bohoo i liwtord BRILEY, Row 7:00 P.M. June 14 Thompton CARRA, Peorlie 1:30 P M. June 14 Vorhii COUCH, Pauline M. 1:00 P.M. WIS ScUidt-Dhonou EARLES, Domon ). 11:00 A.M. June 14 CK01. A. Miller Sont EASTMAN, WiHor.no 10:00 A.M. June 14 Thompson ELLIOTT, Kothlem I. 1 1:00 A.M. June 14 Geo. H. Rohde I Son FEY. Dorothy M. 10:30 A M. June 14 Dhonou-Rowoclw HAINES, William H. 10:30 A.M. June 14 VorhH HARMON, Pro E. 11:00 A.M. June 13 Hodopp HILl. Dorothy M. 1:00 P.M. June 14 Mohom HOERST, Victor A 10:00 A.M. June 15 Neidhard Mingm JOHNSON, John A. 1 1:00 A.M. June 15 Holl-Jordan LANE, Virgil 1 1:00 A.M. June 15 T.P. White I Sow LAUB. Robert John 10:00 A.M. June 14 Schmidt-Dhonou LOGEMAN, Pouline 10:00 A.M. June 14 Turn LUDENSKI, Lillian D. 2:00 P.M. June 14 Bolton a Lumlord MAYS. Geory E. 10:30 A.M. June 15 Whito-E.C. Nurre PEDDICORD, Donald Junior 1:00 P.M. June 14 Witt, Good i Kokch PHILPOT, Herbert 2:30 P.M. June 14 Middletown, OH, RYBOLT, William Q.Bill) 7:30 P.M. June 13 Joclmon.Kerch.al SCHMID, Dougkn Grant Doug) 10:00 A.M. June 14 Vitt a Stermer SEEGER, Arthur A. 10:30 A.M. June 14 Rebold SHOEMAKER,). William 10:00A.M. June 15 Muenlentomp-Ertchell SIEGEL, Horry June 15 Nurre Bros. SR. MATTHEW CULLEN, S.C 9:30 A.M. June 14 . Gilliaon-Siefte TEBBUTT, Andrew J. 4:30 P.M. June 13 Vorhii TUNE, luto 1 1:00 A.M. June 14 Gillioan-Barrere WIEBELL William 6. Vtelhouer-Clepper WILHELM. Nitoloin G. 10:00 A.M. June 14 Thomas ZOELLNER. Mildred J. VitttStermer Death Notices HARMON Ora E. (nee Fraley), beloved mother of James E. and Robert E. Harmon, dear sister of Opal Haas, Paul and Claude Fraley, grandmother of James E Gerald R., Janet L., Jll D. and Joseph R. Harmon. Saturday, June 11, 19B3. Age 79 years. Friends may cal at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Monday from 6 until 9 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday morning 11 A.M. at the funeral home. HILL Dorothy M. (nee Buzzard), beloved wife of H. Arthur Hid, de voted sister of Floyd Buzzard, devoted sister-in-law of Mrs. Alma Titus, also survived by cousins, nieces and nephews. Saturday, June 11, 1983. Residence Monterey, OH. Services from the Maham Funeral Home, WiMamsburg, Tuesday at 1 P.M. Visitation Monday 6 to 9 P.M. HOERST Victor A., beloved husband of Elene Keating Hoerst, dear fa ther of Victor, Michael and Timothy Hoerst and the late Gilbert Hoerst, also survived by five grandchildren, brother of Elizabeth Florey, JuHa Budd, Helen Matt check, Lilian smith, Louise Altenau, Clara White, Shirley Miniard, Bernard, Her bert, Richard and Raymond Hoerst. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Age 60 years. Mass of Chris tian burial, M. eernara cnurcn, Wednesday, June 15 at 10 A.M. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 9 P.M., Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 7043 Harrison Pike, Taylors Creek, OH. ft desired memorials may be sent to the charity of your choice. JOHNSON John A., beloved husband of Elsie Johnson, devoted father of Gary Johnson and Kathy Johnson, loving brother of Minnie simms, verdell Y arbor ough and Cora of Eusala, Alabama, dear grandfather of Angela Johnson and Kybrin Johnson, also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. June 10, 1983. Friends may cal Tues day from 6 to 9 P.M. at the Hall-Jordan Funeral Home 2625 Gilbert Ave. Funeral serv ice 11 A.M. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church, Walnut Him. Kev. 1 nomas r-erren, fas-tor officiating. Interment Vine Street HW cemetery. LANE Vlrod, dear son of Nannie Lane, beloved father of Malorle Rothwel Elmer (Bud) Lane and Deana Brown, brother of Ola and Dewey Lane, Lilly Buker and the late Martin Lane and Etta Turpin, grandfather of Ronald, Greg and Doug Rothwell, Rebecca Schuster, Deana Jones, Terry, Pat and Dennis Costello and Lois Gu- ralski, also survived by seven great-grandchildren. June 12, 1983. Age 79. Services at the T.P. White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Wednesday, June 15 at 11 A.M. Friends may cal Tuesday 7 to 9 P.M. LAUB Robert John, beloved son of James J. and Angela Winhusen Laub, dear brother of Alan, Jerome, James, Cynthia, Jason and the late Thomas Laub, grandson of Ann Winhusen. Suddenly Saturday, June 11, 1983. Age 17. Resident ot Read ing. No visitation. Friends are invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Tuesday at 10 A.M. Schmldt- Dhonau Funeral Home serving the family. LOGEMAN Pauline of Cincinnati, formerly of Loveland. wife of the late John J. Logeman, dear mother of Ruth Ann Beltz, Dr. Paul Logeman and the late John O. Logeman, grandmother of ten grandchildren and 12 great- ?rendchlldren. Sunday, June 12, K3. Friends received at the Tufts Funeral Home, Park and Riverside, Loveland, Monday 6 to 9 P.M., where services wll be held Tuesday, June 14 at 10 A.M. Interment Union Cemetery. Loveland Chapter 289 O.E.S. service Monday 7:30 P.M. Family requests memorial contributions be directed to the Diabetes Foundation, 4723 VineSt.,Cintl., OH. 45217. LUDENSKI Lilian D. (nee AMers), beloved wife of the late Frank J. Lu-denskl, mother of Mrs. James R. (Catherine M.) Madlll, sister-in-law of Mrs. Edna Pieper, grandmother of Frank A. Gerde, Dallas, Texas. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Age 87 years. Funeral services Tuesday at 2 P.M. at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Visitation Tuesday from 1 to 2 P.M, Death Notices MAYS George E., beloved husband of Virginia Fitch Mays, dear father of George Thomas, Connie Sue and Andrew Lee Mays. Saturday, June 11, 1983. Residence New Richmond. Age 55. Friends may cal Tuesday 5 to 9 P.M. at the WNte-E.C Nurre Funeral Home, 200 Western Ave., New Richmond. Funeral services Wednesday, June 15 at 10:30 A.M. Burial Green-mound Cemetery. Buckeye Lodge 1150 F. & A.M. service Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. It desired memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. PEDDICORD Donald Junior, beloved husband of Betty Ann (nee Kroner) Peddicord, devoted father of Donna Welage, Meg Johnson, Mark, David (U.S. Navy MM 2), Diane and Michael Peddicord, grandfather of Matthew Wellage and Stephanie Johnson, dear son ot Margaret Stasinger Peddicord of Mos cow, OH., brother of Mary Ann Mattox, Carolyn M. Reynolds, Sylvia Newberry, Brenda Klrk-er, Larry L., Harry A. and Steven Peddicord, all of the Moscow-New Richmond, OH. area. Suddenly, June II, 1983. Resident of Oakley. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Cecilia Church, Tuesday evening at 8 P.M. Visitation at the Witt, Good and Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Square, Tuesday 4 to 7:45 P.M. Memorial donations may be made to Bethesda Base Hospital Cancer Center or Acts 8 Fund, eo New Jerusalem Community, 745 Derby Ave., Cincinnati, 45232. Death Notices SHOEMAKER J. Wiliam, beloved husband of the late Marcela Shoemaker (nee Schneider), devoted father of Mrs. Rita Diebok) and William W. Shoemaker, dear brother of Mrs. Marcela Harris and Martin H. Shoemaker, also survived by six grandchildren. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Age 87 yews. Former resident ot Dayton, Ky. Prayers Monday at 9 30 A.M., Wednesday, June 15 at the Muehlenkamp-Erschel Dayton Funeral Home, 615 Sixth Ave. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 A.M. at St. Bernard Church, Dayton. Visitation 9 to 9:30 A.M. Wednesday SIEGEL Harry, beloved husband of the late Clara Ulrich Siegel, survived by many nieces and nephews, great-nieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. Sunday, June 12, 1983. Age 84 years. Friends may cal at the Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 345 W. McMWan St., Clifton, Tuesday from 4 until 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Monica Church, Wednesday, time to be announced later. Interment St. Joseph New Cemetery. Member of the Catholic Order of Forresters and Clifton Senior Gtliens. SR. MATTHEW CULLEN, S.C. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Friday, June 10, 1983. Visitation Monday, June 13 from 4 to 7 P.M. at the Mother House, Mount Saint Joseph, Ohio. Bible Vigil at 7 P.M. Mass , of Christian Burial, Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. at the Mother House Chapel. Giligan-Siefke Funeral Home in charge. TEBBUTT Andrew J., beloved son of Arthur V. and Maryan Bauer Tebbutt, devoted brother of Amy, Chuck and Dorle Tebbutt, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Tebbutt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bauer. Suddenly Saturday, June 1 1, 1983. Resident of Wyoming. (No visitation). Memorial service at the Church of the Accession and the Holy Trinity, Burns Ave., Wyoming, Monday, June 13 at 4:30 P.M. If desired sympathy may be expressed by memorial contributions co Wyoming Board of Education, 500 Grove Ave., 45215. TUNE Luia (nee Lewis), beloved wife of the late Mason Tune, mother of the late Ruth Smith and sister of Mary Rue, Tressie Singler, Nellie Dermeman and the late Clara Burrls, the late Daisy Forthuber and the late Selby Lewis. Saturday, June 1 1, 1983. Funeral service at the Giligan-Barrere Funeral Home, 3734 Eastern Ave., Tuesday, June 14 at 11 A.M. Friends may cal Monday from 6 to 9 P.M. PHILPOT Herbert, age 74 of 1 10 Trenton Place, Trenton, OH. Died Friday evening. He was a machine operator for Gold Metal Products. He leaves his wife; Ruth, four sons; Charles, Don ald, Harold and Earshei, three daughters; Mrs. Eula Fern Hamilton, Mrs. juaruta Hamilton and Mrs. Ruby Freeman, 12 grandchildren, four greatgrandchildren, one brother; Felx, two sisters; Mrs. Hettie Hubbard and Mrs. Lettie Jackson, two stepbrothers; Allen Pike and James Pike, two stepsisters, Mrs. Ellen Hampton and Mrs. Bonnie Hibbard. Services will be at the Breltenbach-McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home, Tuesday at 2:30 P.M. Visitation Monday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Burial In Rose Hi Memorial Park, Hamilton. Masonic services 7 P.M. Monday. RYBOLT Wllam O. (Bill), beloved husband of Lottie Carr Rybolt, dear father of Raymond of Harrison, Debbie Fette and Bil of Bright, Bob of Moores Hil, Mary Rybolt of Harrison and Diana Rybolt of North Bend, brother of Mary Jane Hinson of Harrison, also survived by seven grandchildren. Suddenly Saturday, June 1 1, 1983. Age 62 years. Residence Harrison, OH. Mass ot Christian Burial at St. John the Baptist Church, Harri son, OH., Monday, June 13, 1983 at 7:30 P.M. No visitation. Graveside services at the convenience of the family. Interment St. John Cemetery. Memorials If so desired may be directed to the St. John the Baptist Building Fund or the Harrison Life Squad. Jackman-Kercheval Funeral Home, Harrison, In charge of arrangements. SCHMID Douglas Grant (Doug), beloved husband of Catherine (Lena) Schmld, loving father of Mary Alyce Lonnemen, Wiliam and Thomas Schmld, brother of Rudy, Art, Lee, Maurice, Bob and the late Karl Schmld, grandfather of 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Saturday, June II, Dearborn County Hospital. Age 68 years. Formerly of Cincinnati. Friends may call at the Vltt and Stermer Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi Monday 4 to 8 P.M. Funeral service Tuesday, June 14, 10 A.M. If desired, contribu tions may be made to the Dia betes Foundation. SEEGER Arthur A., dearest husband of Helen (nee Wehry), devoted father of Mrs. Thomas (Ber-nfee) Hassett, Lt. Col U.S.A.F. Eugene A., Gerald A. and Richard A. Seeger, grandfather of 17, brother of Geneva Theetge, William Seeger and the late Theresa Hoeffer. June II, 1983. Age 80. Friends may cal at Re-bold Funeral Home, 3700 Glen-' more Ave. at Mozart, Cheviot, Monday 7 to 9 P.M. Mass ot Christian Burial, Tuesday 10:30 A.M., St. Martin Church. Memorials If so desired may be directed to the Children's Hospital Hemotology Oncology Division. Life Honorary Member Northslde K. of C Member Bogey Benders. 0WIEBELL Wllam G., beloved husband of the late Helen (Reese) Wiebel, devoted father of Mrs. Marjo-rie Schneider, dear brother of Thomas H. Wiebel. Residence Milford. June 11, 1983. Private ?raveside service, Walnut HIHs emetery. Past commander of afford D. Paddock Post 75 and a member of Melrose Lodge 671 F. t, A.M. Retired from the tsco-fiardes Corp. Contributions may be made to the charity of ones choice. Vielhauer-Clepper Funeral Home serving the family WILHELM Nikolaus G dear son of Patricia K. Wllhelm (nee Stienmetz) and Fidel J. (Sonny) Wllhelm, dear grandson of the late George and Ethel Stienmetz, Ruth and Fidel J. Wiltelm, Sr. June 1 1, 1983. Friends may cal at the Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave., Madison-vile, Monday from 5 to 8 P.M. Mass of the Christian Burial, Tuesday 10 A.M. at St. Margaret of Cortona Church. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Children's Hospital I.C.U. ZOELLNER Mildred J. (nee Kurler), be loved wife of the late Oscar H. Zoelner, devoted mother of Ethel M. Yeager and Howard H. Zoelner and the late Lloyd R. Zoelner, dear grandmother of Nancy S. Ross, Anne T. Schrlmpf, Merk R., Neal E Julie J., Michael H. and Lloyd R. Zoelner, Jr., also survived by four great-grandchildren. Saturday, June 11, 1983, Methodist Home In her 89th year. Funeral services at the convenience of the family. Memorials ff desired to the charity of your choice. Vltt and Stermer Funeral Home serving the family. ANNOUNCCMINTS SERVICES 0V AUISOT4& FUNERAL NOME U 261-0146 iM. MMIIS I I1MS4M IVI. Mr. Edward W. Rich ards Sr. 1 1 A.M. Saturday Mrs. Mabel Lancaster 3 P.M. Friday Highland Cemetery Chapel -Ft. Mitchell, Ky. Mr. Clarence (Bud) Pruett 10 A.M. Saturday I ir!JWW!3iW A.C. DOBBLING ft SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 171-3433 HUGENBERG VANOVER 40 W. 6th St., Coy , Ky 431-0292 ' limison t lamisoi Ir. Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 W. MACK JOHNSON Walnut HMS 961-0474 , , RADEL (R FUNERAL " HOMES Serving Over a Century Fuktner Mortuary 24 W. 9th St. 241 0132 WEIL FUNERAL HOME ll READING RD.I

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