The Cincinnati Post from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 19, 1991 · 5
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“V The Cincinnati Pott Saturday October 19 1991 5 A Warner denied his freedom from smoke jail By Sharon Moloney Marvin Warner who contends that second-hand smoke’s effect on his health Is enough to warrant his release from prison got a pointed answer Friday from Ohio’s special prosecutor "The courts don’t mandate comfortable prisons" In addition medical officials at the Madison Correctional Institute say in sworn affidavits that Warner never has asked to be transferred to its available smoke-free wing They said that further Warner asked for a transfer from his job in the smoke-free library to a Job as a porter in a dormitory where smoking is allowed As for his complaints about his health and prostate condition the same medical officials testified that Warner has broken several medical appointments because of visits from outside refused follow-up exams and treatment at the Ohio State University urology department and failed to complete evaluation of eye and dental problems The affidavits were part of a legal memorandum filed by Ohio Special Prosecutor Lawrence Kane on Friday opposing Warner's request for bail and a release from Jail while his appeal is considered by the federal court Warner was convicted on nine counts of unauthorized acts and securities violations after the collapse of his Home State Savings Bank in 1985 He began serving a Stt-year prison term last April Two requests for shock probation and parole have since been turned down In his latest effort to get out of jail Warner has contended that his health is being damaged by second-hand smoke and his prostate trouble is not being handled as well as under private care Warner underwent surgery for his prostate at Ohio State shortly after entering Jail but medical officials say he has refused follow-up treatment "Petitioner Marvin Warner now wants this court to adopt a practice of releasing state prisoners who can produce a doctor’s note" the Kane memo said "Warner’s proposal would undoubtedly be popular with his fellow inmates Few doctors would deny that life inside a prison is generally p received as more stressful and unpleasant than life outside "The Constitution does not mandate comfortable prisons" The prosecutor said Warner’s complaints about his medical treatment are groundless and based on his own physician's disagreement with other qualified physicians Prisoners with far greater health problems than Warner's have been ordered by the courts to serve their sentences the prosecutor said Dr Lawrence H Mendel medical director for the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said male inmates over 60 are usually confined at Hocking Correctional Facility Nelsonvllle which has programs for older inmates But he said Warner was assigned to Madison at his request He said the efforts of urologists at Ohio State to monitor Warner’s condition "have been directly hampered by Warner’s refusal to attend one follow-up appointment and his refusal to undergo a follow-up direct cysto-scoplc exam of the bladder" UJ3 Magistrate Robert Steinberg will hear oral arguments on Warner’s bid for bail on Oct 31 Book ’em Dano Library leaders: Sharon R Singh the new associate director of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and Robert D Stone-street the library's new director and clerk-treasurer were introduced at a reception at the downtown library Friday The reception was BOB nCKERSONm Onckma feat sponsored by the Friends of the Public Library Stonestreet has been associate director of the library since 1984 and a library employee since 1967 He will be responsible for all operations of the library Mrs Singh an employee of the library since 1971 has been deputy director' Dad’s plea: Not guilty in suicide Post staff raport A father charged with involuntary manslaughter in the suicide death of his 15-year-old daughter waived appearance at his arraignment Friday and entered a plea of not guilty The 36-year-old Hartwell man also pleaded not guilty to nine counts of sexual battery Prosecutors say he raped his daughter over a two-year period and is responsible for causing her death They have secured the girl’s diary which they said holds details of the abuse The teen a student at Woodward High School died Sept 6 The next court appearance for the Hartwell man is Oct 31 before Hamilton County Common Fleas Judge Thomas Crush for a scheduling conference The Cincinnati Post is not naming the father to protect two other daughters ages 11 and 13 Those children authorities said have been placed with other relatives They also said there is no indication the other daughters were abused Area shows resolve to fight drugs Teachers are encouraged to decorate classrooms with red ribbons starting Monday and explain to students the meaning of the week By Terry Bosch erf Poatataff raportar Rallies basketball and wearing red are among activities to be held in the tri-state in observance of National Red Ribbon Week The national campaign against drug abuse started today and continues through Oct 27 In Ohio a rally will start at noon Wednesday on Fountain Square with the theme "Wear Red Day” Todd Ward chairman of the Cincinnati campaign said people will be encouraged to wear red ribbons arm bands or red clothing Hospitals and agencies fighting drug abuse will have booths on Fountain Square where people will talk and give out information about the dangers of drug abuse Ward said On Tuesday students will be encouraged to sign petitions stating they will not use drugs Each participating school will send two busloads of students with names selected from the petitions to a soccer game at 10:30 am Friday at Western Hills High School A school must have 95 percent of its students sign the petitions to be eligible to play in the game The 10th annual dinner of the Drug and Poison Information Center and the Citizens Against Substance Abuse will begin at 6 pm Wednesday in the Omni Nether land Plaza Hotel Hall of Mirrors The speaker will be Roger Staubach a Cincinnati native and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Suspect says he killed Butler woman for cash Post toff report A Cincinnati man being questioned by police in the bow-and-arrow slaying of 32-year-old Belinda Bolanos told WKRC-TV Friday that he killed Ms Bolanos because someone offered to pay him $2500 to kill her Timothy Dunlap 23 spoke by phone from his Jail cell in Soda Springs Idaho where he is being held in connection with the slaying of a bank teller there Dunlap told Channel 12 that he had nothing against the Butler County woman who he was dating but needed the money Her body was found in Riverside Park Saturday Local report N Ky school band closer to London voyage Kntucky Port Uff report DIXIE HEIGHTS Ky — The Dixie Heights Marching Band is a step Closer to reaching its goal of raising $167000 to go to London The band received about $15000 in pledges Thursday night during a Storer Cable television telethon Band members alumni ' and friends of the band held a telephone telethon Friday "We’re real pleased with the support that the community has given the project and we hope it continues" said Steve Jaeger Dixie band boosters president "I think we’re going to go" Jaeger said the band needs to raise $60000 more by Nov 7 The 130-member marching band is the only one from Kentucky and among 15 in the United States chosen to participate in London’s famous New Tear's Day Parade The initial invitation to play in the prestigious event seen by an estimated 32 million people worldwide came June 14 from the parade’s sponsor the Lord Mayor of Westminster The band which won the state band competition last year would leave Dec 27 and return Jan 1 Woman sentenced in son’s death NEWPORT Ky— Judi Lynn Wofford of Newport was sentenced on Friday to 10 years in prison and placed on probation for five years for causing the death of her infant son earlier this year Campbell County Circuit Judge William J Wehr gave credit of 160 days time served and stayed her prison sentence for five years provided she maintained her counseling schedule Defense attorneys Michelle M Keller and Sara Sidebottom asked Wehr not to put Mrs Wofford in prison because she has no prior record and has the support of family members and friends Her 4-week-old baby Frank Wofford Jr died Jan 8 from a "large impact from a violent blunt force" Mrs Wofford had entered an Alford plea which specifies that she denies guilt but acknowledges the state has enough evidence to convict her Man pleads guilty to menacing CINCINNATI — A 21-year-old man accused of ethnic intimidation and felonious assault in Lower Price Hill Friday pleaded guilty to lesser charges Ervin P Myers Jr no address available in April allegedly broke windows in the home of the Holley family on Neave Street and shouted racial slurs Myers who allegedly committed the offense with Juveniles aged 15 and 17 pleaded guilty to aggravated menacing and assault Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge David Davis suspended Myers’ 180-day sentence ordered him to have no contact with the victims and made his two years’ probation conditional upon Myers going into an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program Man enters guilty plea to theft CINCINNATI — A 33-year-old man accused of robbery and burglarizing an occupied dwelling Friday pleaded guilty to lesser charges during a preliminary hearing before Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge David Davis John R Sparks 1123 Sunset Ave Price HiU pleaded guilty to assault and theft charges Judge Davis ordered Sparks to spend his 180-day sentence in drug treatment at Talbert House Lottery results WminiWWJMBmm Ohio Pick Threw 224 Ohio Pick Four: 5789 Ohio Cards: ?8 4 A 45 Kentucky Cash Five: 14 16 21 23 32 Kentucky Cash: 000 Indiana Dally Three: 282 Indiana Daily Four 9976 f Ft Thomas man: I didn’t kill wife NEWPORT Ky — A Ft Thomas Ky man pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge that he murdered his wife seven months ago Gerald Kaufman 51 was re-arraigned in Campbell County District Court on the charge after his attorney Robert Carran said the original arrest warrant was faulty because it didn’t list the reasons for Kaufman’s arrest The body of Kaufman’s wife Karen Kaufman 47 was found March 11 in her car near her Ft Thomas home Two plastic garbage bags were found over her head Campbell District Judge D Michael Foellger set a preliminary hearing for Nov 7 Kaufman will remain free under a $50000 bond Man dies in shooting incident OVER-THE-RHINE — A 24-year-old Cincinnati man died in a shooting at 105 Green St Over-the-Rhine Friday afternoon Dead is Myron E Riley 5363 Holland Drive Police are looking for Kevin Malone 22 2725 Euclid Ave Clifton in connection with the shooting Malone also is wanted for a shooting at the 2725 Euclid Ave address Oct 9 Warrants also have been issued for Malone for felonious assault and aggravated robbery for an incident Friday in which a male Juvenile was shot in the hip during a robbery The Juvenile was listed in fair condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center Man sentenced in sex assault CINCINNATI — Richard Martina chief engineer of the Harley Hotel in Kenwood was sentenced Friday to one year in the Ohio Penitentiary for sexually assaulting a hotel employee whom he supervised Martina 54 of 8258 Wooster Pike pleaded no contest to one count of gross sexual imposition Boone sewage spill kills 75 fish BOONE COUNTY Ky — Sewer officials are trying to figure out what caused a 20-foot pipeline to break and spew raw sewage into Gunpowder Greek About 75 small fish died when the pipeline broke earlier this week said Paul Kroger manager of the county sewer district The creek flows into the Ohio River Health officials suggest that animals and people stay away from the creek The Kentucky Division of Water has not issued a citation against the sewer district said ’ Maleva Chamberlain the division’s spokeswoman Children rock to religious rappers COVINGTON Ky — About 75 children from Ida Spence Homes scrambled on top of their chairs Friday night to get a glimpse of the rappers who chanted and danced before them But the message wasn’t rock ’n’ roll it was religion Members of Heritage Fellowship Assembly of God Church Florence Ky sponsored the evening billed as "Revival Rocks The Hill” Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Skip McClendon also appeared 23 people honored as firefighting heroes CINCINNATI — Twenty-two firefighters and one civilian were honored for heroism and outstanding Job performance at the sixth annual Cincinnati Firefighters Union Local 48 awards banquet Friday night at the Westin Hotel Fire Chief William Miller presented the honorees with medallions and Mayor David Mann presented each with a key to the city ' Heroic awards: Lt David Collinl LL Michael Puls Fire Apparatus Operator Harold Lucas Capt Timothy McDonald and firefighters Willie Jones Joe Rose Robert Kreinest John Backsheider Michael Moellinger Lawrence Taylor and Artie Williams Outstanding Job Performance awards: Capt Terrence Rotert Capt Earl Menkhaus FAO Timothy Haluscak Lt Kenneth Boorom Lt James Barrow District Chief Dallas Kelly firefighters Moses Burrell and Robert Smith and paramedics Greg Presutto Tom Lepera and James Froelicher Civilian Heroic award: Kenneth Riley for rescuing children from a burning house on Woodbum Avenue in Walnut Hills Z PMtfltopholft Hamilton County SWAT team members searched along Compton Road fora murder weapon in the 1983 slaying ‘ of Dorothea K Irwin - Unsolved murders The battered body of Dorothea K Irwin 59 was found on Sept 12 1983 on a first-floor hallway of her expensive home on - Compton Road in Wyoming Wyoming police said she suffered multiple stab wounds head injuries and at least one of her arms had been broken She struggled with her assailant police Bald noting the wounds on her back that Indicated she had tried to flee Police Chief Tim World said detectives questioned her son John J Irwin now 39 shortly after the murder but he wasn’t charged Irwin a drifter later disappeared but was arrested Aug 1 31 1991 by the FBI in a Dallas motel on bank fraud warrants filed in Baltimore Columbia SC and Naples Fla Two Wyoming detectives ' went to Dallas in early September to question him again but no charges were filed A boarder at her home passed a lie detector test and was not considered a suspect In 1983 police were set to charge a suspect but the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s office decided that there wasn’t enough evidence Deaths EDWARD A ANDREWS 79 of Cedar Grove Ind died Thursday Mr Andrews was a retired painter and interior decorator Services: 1 pm EST Monday Arlington Memorial Gardens Cincinnati Visitation: 4 to 8 pm EST Sunday Phillips and Meyers Funeral Home Brookville Ind Memorials: donor’s choice EMILY LOUISE FISCHER of Hyde Park died Thursday Miss Fischer was retired from the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority and an active volunteer for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Cincinnati Historical Society and Meals on Wheels Services: J1 am today Immanuel Presbyterian Church Clifton No visitation Arrangements: Anderson Baiter and Sahnd Funeral Home ADA MARIE GRAY 97 of Aurora Ind died Thursday She was a member of the Baptist church Sendees: 2 pm Sunday Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home Vevay Ind Visitation: 5 to 9 pm EST Saturday and 8 am to 2 pm EST Sunday funeral home Memorials: Aurora Emergency Unit RAYMOND HERALD 79 of Evanston died Thursday Mr Herald was a custodian Services: 7 pm Monday Hall-Jordan Funeral Home Walnut Hills Visitation: 6 to 7 pm Monday funeral home WILMA CINDY JACOBS 63 of Dayton Ohio died Wednesday Services: 11 am EST Tuesday Vevay Cemetery Vevay Ind Visitation: 5 to 8 pm EST Monday Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home Vevay Memorials: donor’s choice PAUL M LOUDERBACK 74 of Felicity Ohio died Friday Services: 11 am Monday McIntyre Funeral Home Felicity Visitation: 6 to 9 pm Sunday funeral home Memorials: American Cancer Society HARRY CARLTON RUBLE JR 83 of North Vernon Ind and formerly Lawrenceburg Ind died Thursday He was a grain elevator operator for Quaker Oats Services: 3 pm EST today Fitch-Denney Funeral Home Lawrenceburg Visitation: I to 3 pm EST today funeral home Memorials: American Cancer Society LARRY- L STACY 40 Wlth-amsvllle died Thursday He was a maintenance worker Services: II am Monday Maham Funeral Home Williamsburg Visitation: 10 to 11 am Monday funeral home ' THELMA THOMPSON 64 of Bond Hill died Thursday She was a secretary Services: 7 pm Monday Greater Emanuel Apos-tolic Temple Finneytown Visl- tation: 5 to 7 pm Monday temple Arrangements: Renfro Funeral Service

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