The Cincinnati Post from Cincinnati, Ohio (2024)

BIRTHS 36, Batavia, girl, Aug. 21. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS VITALS, THURS. 3832 ARNETT Roosevelt and Mary, Crescent drive, girl, Aug. 22.

ARMSTRONG James and beth. 531 Terrace avenue. boy, Aug. 21. ANDERSON Jack and Judith, 1790 Grand avenue.

boy, Aug. 23. BERKEIMER Joseph and Velma, 1641 Olive Branch-Stonelick road, Batavia, boy, Aug. 21. 6626 BLANKENSHIP Jerry and Marilyn.

Cambridge aveuue, girl, AUR. 21. BASLER Robert and Donna, 3636 Besuden court, girl, Aug. 22. BARRICK Richard and Judith, 1031 Delta avenue, girl.

Aug. 24. BERNINGER Paul and Nancy, 755 Neeb road, girl, Aug. 22. BROOKS Albert and Virginia, 3002 COX Fir Trail, Robert boy, and Aug, Linda, 23.

401 I wood drive, Loveland, boy, Aug. 24. CHARLES John and Loretta. 5264 Holland drive, girl, Aug. 21.

CARNEY Michsel and Jaqueline, 1848 Sunset avenue, boy, Aug. 21. COBB Thomas and Martha, 6308 Corbly road, girl, AuR. 23. CREMEANS Irvin and Lennie, 4553 Virginia avenue, Covington, Ky.

girl, Aug. 23. CAULFIELD Richard and Sharon, 5369 Bahama terrace, girl, Aug. 23, 8349 CLONINGER Tony and Millie, Sunrise avenue, girl, Aug. 23.

10471 COLGAN Adventure William and Linda, lane. girl, Aug. CHARLTON Donald and Linda, 3439 Galbraith road, boy, Aug. 24. DRIGGERS John and Geraldine, R.

R. 4, Salt Fork girl, Aug. 21. DOLL Eugene, and Gayle, 4980 Shirley place, boy, Aug. 21.

DUNCAN Harold and Carol. 201 Symmes street, boy, Aug. 21. DRUMMOND Charles and Carol, 6843 Britton avenue, girl. Aug.

24. DIXON Walter and Gwendolyn. 3207 Bracken Woods lane, girl, Aug. 24, 3243. EGLIAN Robert and Josephine.

Eastern avenue, boy, Aug. 21. FEHRENBACH Eugene and Carol. 3454 Rocker drive, boy, Aug. 24.

FOX Ronald and Charlene, 2544 Impalla, avenue, Robert boy, and Aug. 2. Sherran, 2074 Roosevelt drive, girl. Aug. 21, FERGUSON William and Arlene, 3188 Harmony lane, boy, Aug.

21. GOLDBERG Michael and Bonita, 3211 Westbrook drive, girl, Aug. 24, GLASER Tom and Donna, 2120 Oxford avenue, boy, Aug. 23. GIFFORD Estel and Patricia, 4116 Lansdownwe avenue, girl, Aug.

25. HENDERSON Walter and Laura, 3962 Marburg avenue, boy, Aug. 25. HORNBACK Frederick and Janet. 3531 Glenway avenue.

girl, Aug. 22. HILL John and Marsha, 3932 Feemster street. Box 128, Newtonsville, girl, Aug. 23.

HALTER Larry, and Beverly, 973 Garnoa, boy, Aug. 24. HILL Jeremy and Alexandra, 10194 Ronnie road, boy, Aug. 24. JONES Terrya and Karen, 808 Elbron avenue, boy, Aug.

22. KAILHOLTZ Glenn and Alice. 3130 Coral park drive, boy, Aug. 23. KLIPPERT Iris and Walter, 1815 Wm.

H. Taft. road, boy, Aug. 25. KEITH Richard and Caroline.

2502 Halstead street, girl, Aug. 22. KUEHNLE Ronald and Marsha, 780 Ohio Pike, boy, Aug. :23. LYKINS Donald and Sandra, Box 128, Newtonsville, girl, Aug.

23. LEPPERT James and Mary, 648 Arlington drive. girl, Aug. 21. LONG Carl and Glenda, 1043 Beech street, boy, Aug.

21. LITSCHGI Frank and Joan, 7373 Elizabeth street, boy, Aug. 25. MUNZ Joe and Muriel. 3976 Aramore drive, boy, Aug.

23. MERRITT Marvin and Carol, 4653 Clayton drive, boy, Aug. 24. MATSUMOTO Ikki and Polly, 11221 Montgomery road, girl, Aug. 24.

MOORE John and Angela, 4500 Arcadia place, girl. Aug. 25. MOORE S- John and Angela, 4500 Victor avenue. boy, -Aug.

23. MATHES John and Myra, 200 Race street, New Richmond. girl. Aug. 23.

NOUMOFF Steven and Bernice, 1049 St. Gregory street, gril. Aug. 25. POWELL James and Linda, 6014 Lantana avenue, girl, Aug.

22. PATRICK Greg and Delores, 8265 Haskell drive, girl, Aug. 22. PRINTY Edward and Sharon, 1202 Vienna Woods drive, boy, Aug. 22.

PREHN Walter and Wilma, 2744 Orland avenue, girl, Aug. 23. POHLGRENS Larry and Judy, 1207 Hilltop avenue, boy, Aug. 23. ROSE Kenneth and Susan, 58 Crestview drive, boy, Aug.

23. RUFENER Ronald and Beverly, 1549 Summit Hills drive, boy, Aug. 23. RUEHLMAN Carl and Lora. 7102 Eastlawn drive, boy, Aug.

24. RAYBURN David and Katherine, 506 Welland boy. Aug. 21. RANNOW -Herman and MariLouise, 998 North Hill lane, girl, 21.

RAWLING S- Nathan and Donna, 880 Phillips road, girl, Aug. 21. ROSS Williama and Joyce, S.R. 133. Box 166, Batavia, boy, Aug.

20. ROBINSON Danny and Romana, 9880 Marino drive, girl, Aug. 23. RABENOLD Marlyn and Marjorie, 6094 Scarlett drive, boy, Aug. 25.

SLAVEN Raymond and Margo. 4626 Vine street, boy. Aug. 23. SMYTH George and Ruth, 15 Hillside terrace, Milford.

boy, Aug. 21. SYMONDS Raymond. and Elaine, 4329 Smith road, boy, Aug. 22.

SMITH Paul and Jannene. 7041 Mulberry, boy, Aug. 23. SCHINDLE R- Thomas and Doris, 5357 Dryridge road, girl, Aug. 23.

SWANN Leo and Shirley, 3933 S. Fordham place, girl, Aug. 23. SIZEMORE Jack and Karen, 1029 Harkin drive, girl. Aug.

22. SEITER Joseph and Frances, 2952 Libra lane. girl, Aug. 22. SAMMONS Gary and Georgia.

6452 Werk road, boy, Aug. 21. SCHIFFMEYER William and Marian, 2911 Westridge avenue boy, Aug. 21. SANSONE Jon and Ann.

2525 Flanigan court, boy. Aug. 21. SUPER Joseph and Carmella, 1728 Queen City avenue. girl, Aug.

21. William and Charlelen, 5626 Sheits road, boy, Aug. 22. VAUGHN Daniel and Jimmie, 91 Main street, Addyston, girl, Aug. 19.

VITTORIA Raphael and Barbara. 1175 Chesterwood court, boy, Aug. 19. WHITAKER Shelby and Clara, 625 Bramble avenue, girl. Aug: 19.

WOOD Mark and Barbara. 5614 Arnsby place. girl, Aug. 20. WHEELDEN Alfred and Connie.

R. R. 3. Harlan center. boy.

Aug. 19. YOUNG John and Joan. 302 W. Vine street, Oxford, girl, Aug.

21. ZOOK Paul and Marianne, 2729 Silverleaf avenue. girl. Aug. 15.

WALTERS William and Joan, 7880 Sequoia court, boy, August 22. WICHMAN William and Betty, 5460 Vogel avenue, boy, Aug. 23. WILLITS Roy and Linda, P.O. Box Robert Dana Grant, 22, U.S.

Mar. ines, 413 Findlay street, and Jacqueline Rose Saba. 22, key punch, 431 Findlay street. Earl Gregory, 47. truck driver.

724 5th street, Dayton, and Mary C. Brown, 35, factory worker, 408 Harrison avenue. Hamilton. Willard W. Woodall.

22. assembler. 1611 Westmoreland avenue. and Jennie F. Tallent.

20, clerk. 5848 Shadymist lane, assistant. 9203 Ranchill drive. Death Notices ABEL Agnes Foppe, beloved wife of Robert Abel; mother of Mrs. Christine Callahan, Mrs.

Janet Chadwell, and Mrs. Carol Burkhardt; sister of Mrs. Ann Jones, Marie, Henry, William, and August Foppe; also survived by 6 grandchildren; residence, 3926 Lansdowne-av; Sunday, Aug. 31, 1969. No visitation.

Requiem High Mass St. Anthony Church, Thursday, Sept. 4 at 9 a.m. BENTON Louisa (nee Patrick), beloved wife of the late Paris M. Benton, and devoted mother of Mrs.

Mabel Wilson, Mrs. Leo (Verona) Carlier, Mrs. Joseph (Agnes) Dye, Mrs. Ralph (Madeline) Houser, Mrs. John (Laura) Hughes, William C.

Benton, and the late Earl Benton; dear sister Proctor and Malcom Patrick; 19 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren; Saturday, Aug. 30, 1969; residence, 4901 Benton-rd, near Batavia. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, from the United Methodist Church of Owensville. Friends may call Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m.

at the Moore Funeral Home, 225 Spring-st, Batavia. Remembrances may be made to the Building Fund of her church. Interment 100F Cemetery, Owensville. BLEVINS Ollie beloved husband of Jessie Irene Blevins; dear. father of the late Jerry Blevins: step-father of Beth Ann Schilling, Nell Farris.

and Jo Harriete, Bing, William and Harry Lawrence; and also survived by 2 brothers and 5 sisters of Middietown, Ohio; residence, 7496 Bridgetown-rd; age 56 years. Friends may call at the NeidhardMinges Funeral Home. 3155 Harris Westwood, Monday, 4. to 8 p.m. Services and burial at the McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home, Middietown, Ohio.

on: Wednesday. Liberty Lodge services Monday at 8 p.m. BLUM Loretta (nee Niederlehner), beloved wife of Rudolph Blum: devoted mother of Mrs. Walter (Marian) Stroschen, and the late Raymond L. dear sister of Ruth.

Dr. J. and Leonard Niederlehner: grandmother of Raymond, Walter, and Louis Stroschen: great-grandmother of Scott. Kim, and Debbie Stroschen; aunt of Helen Niederlehner; Sunday, Aug. 31.

1969; age 74 years; residence, 6214 Berauerrd. Funeral from the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore-av at Herbert, Cheviot, Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m. BOSSMAN John (Jerry), beloved husband of Margaret Bossman (nee Gies): be-! loved father of Anthony.

Edward, John Jr. and Lawrence Bossman, Mrs. Rosemary Robben, and Mrs. Margaret Lou Berger: also vived by 22 grandchildren; on urday, Aug. 30, 1969, res.

dence, 4766 Rapid Run-pk. Relatives and friends may call at the B. J. Meyer Funeral Home, (Overlook) 4841 Glenway-av on Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral Wednesday.

Requiem High Mass St. Theresa at 10:30 a.m. Member of St. Josephs. Men's Society, VFW No.

349. Nedlo Club, and Senior Citizens. BREDESTEGE Gertrude- (nee Gruber): age 67 years: 4109 Bedford-av. Hamilton, Ohio; beloved wife of Fred J. Bredestege, loving mother: of Fred Bredestege Mrs.

Kenneth Mitchell, Mrs. Jack Farr, Miss Ruth Bredestege, Mrs. Paul Riedel and Mrs. Rodge Burtraw. sister of.

Marie Gruber: Friday, August 29, 1969. Solemn Requiem High Mass. St. Ann Church. Hamilton, 10:30 a.m.

Tuesday. Visitation, 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at. Zettler Funeral Home, 2646 Pleasant-av (Rt. 127), Hamilton.

BRUERGER Antoinette (Nettie), beloved ter of the late William G. and Margaret Buerger, and dear sister of Clara, Stella, John, and the late Charles W. and William J. Burger; Friday. Aug.

29. 1969; residence, 5200 Ralph-av. Friends may call at the Vitt Stermer Funeral Home, 1824 Westwood-av, Fairmount, Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. Funeral day, Sept. 2.

9 a.m. Funeral Mass, St. Antoninus Church 9:30 a.m. Member of Altar Society. BRYANT Birdie Owens Duncan, mother.

of Mrs. Richard, Thelma James Andy (Williams) and Benny Stevens Joe Duncan; step-mother of George Bryant, Mrs. Norma Jean Sayers, Mrs. Evelyn Mason and Mrs. Maxine Cox; grandmother of 16 grandchildren; sister of Mrs.

Mary Foster, Millard, Jack and Robert Owens. At her residence, 1711 Woodburn-av, Covington, Friday, August the 29, 1969; age 58 years. Services at Allison Rose Funeral Home Robbins-st and Madison-av, Covington, Wednesday, Sept. 3 at p.m. Interment Independence Cemetery.

Friends may call from 3-9 p.m. Tuesday. BUHR Joseph husband of beloved the father late Viola Ritzel Buhr, of Carl: J. Buhr, brother of Elizabeth Kautz, Josephine Comberger, Arnold and Charles Buhr, also leaves two grandchildren; Friday, August 29, 1969; residence, 1835 Lincoln-av, Norwood. Friends may call at the Tredway Funeral 2131 Cameron-av, Norwood.

Monday. 4 to 9 p.m. Requiem High Mass, St. Elizabeth Church, Norwood: Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. BURRIS Fred, husband of the late Frances Burris (nee Marshall); uncle of Mrs.

Chester A. Bartlett, Mrs. Lee Ballard, Betty, Floyd. and Robert Burris: Aug. 31, 1969.

Residence 5911 services at T. P. White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Mt. Washingtan, Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 11 a.m.

Friends may call 4 to 9 p.m. Mt. Washington Lodge 642 F. and A. M.

services Tuesday. 8. p.m. CALLIES Rosa M. (nee Heinreich), beloved wife of the late Emil Callies, devoted mother of Mrs.

S. J. (Marie) Rickert, dear grandmother of Mrs. David (Marlene) Benjamin, greatgrandmother of Michael and Machele Benjamin; Friday, August 29, 1969; residence, 3426 Corrineav. Funeral from the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore-av at Herbert, Cheviot; Tuesday, September 2, at 11 a.m.

Friends may call Monday, 4. to. 9 p.m. Westwood Council D. of A.

No. 102 service at 7:30 p.m. Ladies Guild Pilgrim Church, United Church of Christ, please take notice. CLEMENTS Minnie (nee Cooper), widow of Leo (Arlie) Clements, beloved mother Shirley Jean Slade, eight grandchildren, sister of Raymond and James Cooper, Mrs. Ethel Hauck, and Mrs.

Betty Friday, August 29, 1969; residence, 7103 Thomas-drive, Friends may call at the Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetzel-av. Monday after 4 p.m. Services, Tuesday, 1 p.m. VFW No. 4045 Ladies' Auxiliary services, Monday evening.

COBURN Paul Raymond, beloved husband of Bernice Carpenter- Coburn; dear father of Chester R. and Edward Coburn; grandfather of Rhonda Denise and Daniel Allen Coburn; brother of Ralph Coburn, and Marie Hamilton; passed away Sunday, Aug. 31, 1969; residence, 2005 Westwood-Northern-bivd; age 55. Funeral services at the Dhonan Funeral Home. 433 Reading-rd, Reading, Ohio, Visitation Wednesday.

Sept. 3 at 11 a.m. Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. CRAMER Osceola Rose (nee Thompson), wife of the late Harry B. Cramer; devoted mother of Mrs.

Frances Aitken, Mrs. Blanche McGimpsey, Mrs. Rosemary Hesselbach, Bernard and children; Aloysius Friday, Cramer; Aug. also 29, 1969, 12 grandresidence, formerly Attica-av, High Pleas- Mass, ant Ridge. Requiem.

SS. Peter and Paul Church. Norwood, Wednesday. Sept. Vorhis 3.

at Funeral 9:30 am. (No visitation.) in charge of arHome, Norwood, rangements. DIERKER Wilma D. (nee Pass), beloved wife Henry Dierker; devoted mother of Mrs. Mary Isaacs.

Mrs. Shirley Harmon, Kenneth Dierker, of and Mrs. Mrs. Wilma Davis; daughter Mary Scott; sister of Mrs. Fae Armstrong, and James Pass; also 8 grandchildren; Aug.

27, 1969; ices at T. P. White Sons Furesidence, 1573 Deerfield.rd. Servneral Home, 2050 Beechmont-av, Mt. Washington, Tuesday, Sept.

2 at 2 p.m. Friends may call Monday 4 to 9 p.m. Ida Chapter OES services Monday at 7:30 p.m. DOAN Alma Phillips), devoted grandmother. Joy sister Linn.

of Jackie Esther and Jerry Richardson, Nash, Dorothy Calahan, Mrs. Claude and George. Phillips; Friday, August 29, 1969; residence, Batavia, Ohio, Rt. 2. Services at T.

P. White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont-av, Mt. Washing. ton. Tuesday, September 2.

at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call Monday, 4 to 9 p.m. DOLAN Thomas beloved husband of Agnes Hoetker Dolan and devoted father of Thomas R. Donald, John Eugene. F.

and Gerald B. Dolan and dear brother of Mrs. Eleanor Schilling, Mrs. Marie Schilling, Mrs. Margaret Rudolph and John and also survived by eight grandchildren; Friday, August 29, 1969: residence, 4214 W.

Eighth-st. Funeral, Tuesday, September 2. Requiem a.m. High Friends Mass. St.

William Church, 11 may call at the Grueter Funeral Home, 4022 Glenway-av at Iliff, Tuesday morning from 9:30 a.m. 'til time of Mass. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. DONELAN Daniel Patrick, beloved husband of Gertrude. Donelan (nee Linneman), devoted father of Mrs.

Lee (Rita) Trauth, Mrs. Albert (Martha) Trauth and Mrs. Francis. (Mary Grace. Rensing, also survived by 10 grandchildren, Sat.

Aug. 30 at his residence, 4013 Andrews Ave. Funeral Funeral from the Gilligan-Siefke. Home, 3671 Wednesday, Sept. 3.

Requiem High Mass at St. William Church at 11 a.m. Friends may call Tuesday after 4.p.m. Members of St. Williams Men's Society and Price Hill Aux.

Firemen please take notice. DENIGHT Catherine (nee Vornberger), beloved wife of Harry Denight; dear mother of Mrs. Mary Jane Fitzpatrick; grandmother of Mrs. Judith Ann Broxterman, Carolyn and Colleen Fitzpatrick; great-grandmother of Ronald Paul Broxterman; suddenly, Friday. Aug.

29, 1969; residence, 982 White Oak-st. Friends may call at the E. C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia, Monday from 4 to 9 p.m. More Requiem Church, High Mass, Withamsville, TuesSt.

Thomas day, Sept. 2 at 8:30 a.m. DOLAN Thomas beloved husband of Agnes Hoetker Dolan and devoted father of Thomas R. Donald, John Eugene and Gerald M. Doian, and dear brother of Mrs.

Eleanor Schilling, Mrs. Marie Schilling, Mrs. Margaret Rudolph and john Dolan and also survived by eight grandchildren; Friday. Aug. 29, 1969; residence.

4214 W. Eighth-st. Funeral Tuesday, Sept. 2. Requiem High Mass.

St. William Church. 11 a.m. Friends may call at the Grueter Funeral Home, 4022 Glenway-av at (Iliff). Tuesday morning from 9:30 a.m.

'til time of Mass. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. Death Notices ELLERHORST Leo beloved husband of Marie M. Ellerhorst (nee Kenney), dear father of Mrs. Robert (Zita) Crooper, Mrs.

Malcolm (Connie) King. also vived by 12 grandchildren. two brothers and one sister: passed away Thursday, August 28, 1969; in his 72d year: residence, 3609 Semioh-av. Friends may call at the Dhonau-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot-rd, near North. Bendrd, Monfort Heights.

Sunday, 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass. St. James Church, White Oak, Monday, 10 a.m. FALK Virginia beloved daughter of Keisch Falk, and the late George Falk, and devoted sister of Raymond al Mrs.

Gertrude Schweninger, and Mrs. Irma Bessenbacher, and Mrs. Alma Franki; in her 38th year: at Fresno, Cal. Friends invited at the funeral mass at the Church of the Annunciation, BVM. Clifton and Resor-av.

day at 10 a.m. No calling hours Tuesday, Albert L. Boehmer, F.D. FEUCHT Fred beloved husband of the late Nora Larkin Feucht, dear father of Mrs. William (Alice) Portwood, Fred.

August and Joseph Feucht, and the late Marian Portwood; survived by 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; Saturday, August 30, 1969; residence, 1926 Westwood-av, Friends may call at the Vitt Stermer Funeral Home, 1824 Westwood-av. Fairmount, Tuesday from 4 to 9 p. m. Funeral Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 8:30 a.

m. Requiem High Mass at St. Bonaventure Church at 9 a.m. Member of St. Bonaventure Holy Name Society, FINGER Helen Gregory, wife of James, B.

Finger. Mother of James Jr. and Gregory Charles Finger. Friday Aug. 29 1969.

Residence 250 no visitation. Services at the Baiter and Sahnd Funeral Home, 3412 Clifton Clifton, Wednesday Sept. 3 at 2 p.m. In lieu of other remembrances. morials may be made to the University of Cincinnati.

GERARD Mary Tehan, beloved wife of Allen T. Gerard, mother of Daniel. Gerard. 2 grandchildren, sister of Dan Tehan, Sunday Aug. 31, 1969.

No visitation. Requiem High Mass, St. Williams Church, Price Hill, Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 12 noon. Remembrances may be made to the March of Dimes, 322 E.

3rd-st. Sullivan Funeral Home in charge. GRAMKE Joseph beloved husband of Hilda Wellinghoff Gramke, devoted father of Joseph Ralph ald Wayne B. Gramke, Mrs. Paul (LaVerne) Duwel and Mrs.

Edward (Mary Carol) Ernst, dear brother of Frank Gramke, also survived by 22 grandchildren; Friday, August 29, 1969; residence, 936 Suire-av. Relatives and friends may call Monday from 4 to 9 p.m. at the Harry Meyer and Sons Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway-av. (opposite the Covedale Theater, (Off-street parking). Requiem High Mass, St.

William Church, Tuesday at 10 a.m. Member of Police Holy Name Society and the Fraternal Order of Police. In lieu of other remembrances, donations may be made to your favorite charity. GRUBER Erhard, beloved husband of Anna Gruber (nee Scior); devoted father of Avery M. and Erhard, G.

H. Gruber; also numerous relatives in Nurnberg, Germany; residence, 1383 Goshen-pk, Loveland; suddenly. Aug. 24, 1969, in his 65th year. Services Craver-Hookom Funeral Home, Milford, Tuesday, Sept.

2 at 10 a.m. Visitation Monday 6 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Red Cross or the Emphysema League. HAROVER Robert dear cousin of Mrs. John L.

Davis, Raymond D. and John W. Ross; residence, 301 Overton-st. Newport, Thursday, August 28. 1969.

Services, Tuesday, September 2, 11 a.m. at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas. Visitation, Tuesday, 9 a.m. until time of service.

HARTMAN Charles. beloved husband of Ruth Winkler Hartman and devoted father of Charles R. Hartman dear grandfather of Veva Ann Vesper. Garfield W. and Charles R.

Hartman Ill: Saturday, August 30. 1969; residence, 10230 Montgomeryrd. Services Tuesday at the convenience of the family. No visiting hours. Remembrances may be directed to the church or charity of one's choice.

Stanley High Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. HINTZE Clara, beloved sister of the late Amelia Werner and Louise Hintze, aunt of Henry and Robert Werner; Friday, August 29, 1969; age 92 years. Funeral services at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison-av, Westwood, Tuesday, September 2, at 9 a.m. No visitation Monday. If desired, memorials may be sent to the Pilgrim United Church Organ Fund.

HINDERBERGER Ida C. Overwater, beloved wife of the late. Harry Hinderberger: dear sister of Mrs. Lil Wenstrup of Grand Blanc. Mrs.

Bertha Cornell and Emil Overwater: also survived by nieces and nephews; passed away Friday, Aug. 29, 1969; at the residence of her niece Mrs. Mary Alice Froehlich, of 1112 Laidlaw-av. Funeral. Wednesday, Sept.

3 from the Riedlinger-Lemen Funeral Home, 1309 Bond Hill. 9 a.m. Requiem High Mass. St. Agnes Church, 9:30 a.m.

Friends may call Tuesday, 4 to 9 p.m. HOLT Custologuea beloved husband Essie Holt (nee Wright), father of Jack, Eugene and Raymond Holt. brother of Mrs. Lillian Wilder, grandfather of Sandra Loudermilk, Carla and Keith Holt, Sunday, Aug. 31, 1969.

Residence 8872 Cincinnati-Dayton-rd. No visitation. Private services Wednesday at the convenience of the family. MonroeCopher Funeral Home, Milford, in charge. HOPMANN Lillie Kolthoff, beloved wife of John D.

Hopmann, sister of Alma Kolthoff; Saturday, August 30, 1969; residence, 3007 Clifton-av. Clifton. Friends may call at the Baiter and Sahnd Funeral Home, 3412 Cliftonav, Clifton. Tuesday, 4-9 p.m. Services, Wednesday, September 3, at 11 a.m.

HOTEL John beloved husband of Amelia Bittmann Hotel; father of Cliff Hotel: brother of Mrs. Ann Moermond; also leaves 3 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren: Sunday, August 31, 1969. Residence. 5337 Carthage-av, Norwood. Friends may call at the Treadway Funeral Home, 2131 Cameron-av.

Norwood. Tuesday, 5 to 9 p.m. Funeral, Wednesday, 10 a.m. Yeatman Lodge No. 162.

F. and A. M. service, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Friends may make memorial to the Oola Khan Grotto Heart Fund.

thur M. Hymon; dear brother of Joseph Hymon, Mrs. Yetta Citron, Mrs. Ann Schaengold, Mrs. Herbert Rauh and Mrs.

A. D. Goldberg; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Services Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading-rd, Sunday, Aug. 31 at 2 p.m.

Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday evening until 9 p.m. The family requested that no condolence calls be made at the residence. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish Chautauqua-Wise Temple Brotherhood or the Heart Fund. HYMON Samuel. of 3771 dearly beloved husband of Esther 0.

Hymon and devoted father of Mrs. Stuart (Janice) Ferester, and Ar- JESTER Charles H. beloved husband of May Lohman Jester; and father of Charles Jester also survived by 3 grandchildren and 6 greatgrandchildren: Friday Aug. 29. 1969; residence.

4715 Kugler Mill-rd. Friends may call at the Strawser Funeral Home, 9503 Kenwood-rd, Monday, Sept. 1, from 4 to 9 p.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Saviour Church, Tuesday Sept.

2 at 9. a.m. neral Home. Williamshurg. Ohio, Mondav.

Sept. 1. at 2 p.m. Visitation Sunday 4 to 9 p.m. Masonic Service 8 p.m.

JONES Jackson Bryant. beloved son of William and Jones (nee Kimmerly; devoted brother of Mrs. Joann Rishforth. Mrs. Jayne Berg.

Mrs. Jacqueline Sider, William and Robert W. Jones; devoted grandson of Mrs. Florence Jones, and Mrs. Margie Kimmerly: Friday, Auc.

29, 1969; residence, Marathon, Ohio. Services from the Maham Fu- WORLD WAR I VETERAN WORLD WAR I1 VETERAN a KOREAN WAR VETERAN ARMED SERVICES Death Notices -1 KOENIG Antoinetta Darlinghaus, beloved wife of fthe late Frank A. Koenig. mother of Burnetta C. Koenig, sister of John Louis Darlinghaus, Mrs.

Philip. (Mayme) Wisemann, Mrs. Minnie Stiene: suddenly, Friday, August 29, 1969: residence, 4458 Simpsonav. Friends may call Monday from 4 to 8 p.m., Sullivan Funeral Home. 1336 McMillan.

Requiem High Mass. St. Margaret of Cortona Church, Tuesday, September 2, at 9 a.m, KOUBA Fannie wife of the late Albert Kouba, devoted mother of Mrs. Diana C. Chester, Mrs.

Rita Lemar, and Mrs. Gail A. Spencer: sister of the late Mrs. Dorothy also 4 grandchildren, August 30, 1969. Residence 641 Marieda-dr.

Services at T. P. White: and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Mt. Washington. Wednesday, Sept.

3 at 2 p.m. Friends may call Tuesday 4 to 9 p.m. LAMBERT Belle, beloved wife of the late Arthur Lambert, dear mother of Mr. David Lambert, at her home, 266 Ludlow, Saturday, Aug. 30, 1969, age 87 years.

Funeral services from Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, 316 Ludlow, Wednesday, Sept. 3. at 11 a.m. Interment, Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Erlanger. Visitation from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. LAWLER Gertrude, bloved aunt of Josph C. Lawler, Mrs.

John Patrick Smith. Saturday Aug. 30, 1969. Friends may call Tuesday 4 to 8 p.m.. St.

Joseph Home. Florence-av. Requiem High Mass, St. Joseph Home chapel, Wednesday, Sept. 3rd at 7:15 a.m.

Remembrances may be made to St. Joseph's Home. LEONE Mary Jane, beloved daughter of Santo and Thelma Kirch Leone: dear sister of Mrs. Carole rell, Terri and Joseph Leone; grandchild of Mrs. C.

J. Kirch: suddenly. Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1969; age 23 years. Residence, 3879 Mark-ct.

Friends may, call at the E. C. Nurre Funeral Home. Amelia, Monday, from 4-9 p.m. Requiem High Mass St.

Thomas More Church, Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 10 a.m. LEWIS Pauline (nee Tomer), beloved wife of Corliss Lewis, mother of Mrs. Karen Dowell, Mrs. Sandra Carr, and Brent Steel, USN.

five grandchildren, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tomer, sister of Fred, Edward, Russell, and Cecil Tomer. Aug. 30.

1969. residence 7059 Madeira. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial. 7500 Kenwood. Tuesday after 6 p.m.

Services Wednesday, 11 a.m. Burial Rest Haven LINDE August beloved husband of the late Emily Linde (nee Wise), brother of Elizabeth Doerr. dear uncle of Zona Wilkinson, Saturday, Aug. 30. 1969.

Residence 4706 age 76 years. Funeral Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 9:30 a.m. from Spaeth Sons Funeral Home. 1320 at North.

side. Visitation, Tuesday 4 to 9 p.m. LINDER Charles L. (Roy), beloved husband of Billie (Henrietta) Linder (nee inghaus): brother of Ed and Amber Linder. Mrs.

Frank (Ruth) Hart, and Mrs. Howard (Helen) Barnes; Saturdy. August 30, 1969: residence. 3616 Amberson. Friends may call at Nurre Bros.

Funeral Home. 6050 Montgomery-rd. Pleasant Ridge, Tuesday, 4 to 9 p.m.. Requiem High Mass St. Mary's Church.

Hyde Park, Wednesday, September 3. at 9 a.m. Contributions to the Heart Fund would be appreciated. McCORMACK Mamin Webb. beloved wife of John H.

McCormack; mother of Mrs. Beulah L. Gardner and Mrs. Jo Ann (Ralph) Meither: grandmother of 7 grandchildren: sister of Mrs. Alma Whaley and Ira Webb; at her residence.

2712 Latonia-av, Covington. Kv: Saturday. Aug. 30. 1969: age 67 veers.

Services at the Allison Pose Funeral Home. Robbinsst and Madison-av. Covington, Tuesdav Sept. 2 at 2 p.m. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Friends mav call 4-9 p.m. Mondav. Martha Ross Council B. of A. will conduct services 7:30 p.m.

Monday, MEDER Margaret C. (nee Doll), beloved wife of Adolph Meder, dear mother of Mrs. James (Rose) Wheeler, Mrs. Thomas (Marian) Hurley, Mrs. Ronald (Shirley) Wheeler, Mrs.

Harlan (Della) Eichhorn, Adolph Mar. garet. Charles and Joseph Meder, sister of Howard Doll. Mrs. Jean Koch, and Mrs.

Kay Wuellner; also survived by 18 grandchildren: Saturday. Aug. 30. 1969. Residence, Rt.

222 and Bethel, Ohio. Funeral services from the E. C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia, Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 1:30 p.m, Friends may call Tuesday.

4 to 9 p.m. Member of Mt. Carmel V.F.W. MEYER Louise R. (nee Ruehlmann), wife of the late.

Charles E. Meyer dear mother of Dawn M. Wehrung and Charles E. Meyer beloved grandmother of Charles E. Meyer 111.

Cheryl L. St. Claire, Michael and Rene Wehrung, also survived by four great-grandchildren: Thursday. August 28, 1969: residence, 3102 Jefferson-av. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home, 415 Ludlow-av.

Clifton, Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday at 2 p.m. Daylight Chapter No. 399 OES services Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Ladies Oriental Shrine No.

352. 7:45 p.m. If so desired contributions may be made to the Phillippus. Church of Christ, 106 W. McMicken avenue.

MULLEN Anna (nee Farrell), wife of the late William P. Mullen, and dear mother of Miss Anna A. Mullen, and Mrs. William R. (Betty) Scheffer, dear sister of Lawrence Farrell, and Dr.

Mary M. Farrell, also survived by 2 grandchildren, on August 30, 1969 residence 2564 Orland-av. Relatives and friends may call at the B. J. Meyer Funeral Home, 3726 on Tuesday from 4 til 9 p.m.

Funeral Wednesday, Requiem High Mass, St. Catharine Church at 9 a.m. Member of Democratic Party of Hamilton 21st Ward; Senior Citizens Center: St. Francis Hospital Ladies Aux. and Catholic War Veterans Post Aux.

No. 1706. NIEMER Wilhelmina (Minnie) (nee sinon; beloved wife of the late William J. Niemer: dear mother. of Dr.

William T. Niemer. Mrs. Cleona Bauer, Raymond A. Niemer and Mrs.

Madelyn Motz: dear sister of Louis Mussinon, Mrs. Mary Bischoff and Mrs. Bertha Fessel; also survived by seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; on Friday. August 29. 1969; residence.

3612 Warsaw-av. Relatives and friends may call at the B. J. Meyer Funeral Home. 3726 Warsaw av, on Tuesday.

4 to 9 p.m. Funeral Wednesday. Requiem High Mass, St. Lawrence Church. 9:30 a.m.

O'HARA Hugh, beloved husband of Velma Williams O'Hara, dear father of Robert and Thomas O'Hara: also survived by 6 grandchildren; Sunday Aug. 31, 1969. Residence, 1611 College Hill. Friends may call at the Hodapp. Home, 7401 Carthage, Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m.

Funeral services Wednesday at 10 a.m. PFRIN Howard beloved hushand of Blanche Ehler Perin, father of Robert of St. Louis, Missouri: James C. and William M. Perin Ruth.

Linden of Ephrata, Washington, also survived by five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren: Saturday, August 30. 1969: residence. 7300 Miami-av. Madeira. Friends may call at the Jaco*cksElden A.

Good Funeral Home, 2620 Erie-av at Zumstein. Monday, 4 to 9 p.m. Services at the First United Church on Walnut Hills. Tuesday. September 2 at 1:30 p.m.

Memorials if desired. may be directed to the Memorial Fund of the First United of Church of Walnut Hills. PEYTON Roscoe beloved husband of Bertha Maloney Peyton, dear father of Arvada Miller. Alma Manness, Shirley Jones, Rosemary Porter, Herman, Clyde. Marvin and James Peyton: dear brother of Emma Kays.

Mattie Ederington. Louis. Willie and Forest Peyton: also survived by 26 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren: Saturday. Auz. 30.

1969: nge 66 years residence. 1162 Homeside-av. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton-av.

at Knowlton-st. Northside, Monday from 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral service. Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Death Notices PHILLIPS Orval "George," dear son of the late George T.

and Norma Kilian Phillips, nephew of Hilda Kilian Essell; Friday, August 29, 1969: residence. 4002 Ballard-av; age 55 years. Funeral services. Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison-av.

Westwood. Visitation. Tuesday from 1 to 2 p.m. No visitation Monday. POLLARD Edward beloved husband of Florence B.

Pollard (nee Bickett). beloved father of Mrs. Alice Mulkerrin. also survived by 5, grand- A1 children, Dear brother of Mrs. Betty Hellman.

On: Sunday, Aug. 31. 1969. Residence 4979 WarsawCleves-pike. Relatives and friends may call at the B.

J. Meyer Funeral Home (Overlook) 4841 Glenwayav. on Monday from 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, Requiem High Mass, St. Teresa Church at 10:30 a.m.

POFF Henry "Poff beloved husband of Elvalene. (nee Wilson). voted father of Roelene and Gary W. Poff. dear son of Edward Poff and Mrs.

Josephine Forester, dear brother of Mary, Woodrow and Charles Poff: residence, 1113 Locust st. Dayton, Friday, August 29, 1969. Services at the Hopper Funeral Home, Barbourville, Ky. Dobbling Funeral. Home.

Bellevue, in charge of local arrange ments. POHLMAN Marion E. (nee Eiler), beloved wife of the late Jacob LeRoy Pohlman, dear mother of Leslie, Willard, Kenneth, David, and Richard Pohlman, Evangeline Bruner and the late Esther Harris, also survived by 22 grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildren: Friday, August 29, 1969; at 525 Enwight-av. Friends may call at Nurre Home, 345 W. Clifton, Sunday, 4 to 9 p.m.

Funeral services Sunday evening at 9. p.m. Burial, Tucson, Arizona. RANKOV Minnie (nee Dacrity), beloved wife of the late Peter Rankov; devoted mother. of the late Michael Popazivanov: dear grandmother of Louis M.

Popazivanov, and Mrs. William (Louise) King; Saturday, Aug. 30, 1969; residence, 2661 Breezy-wy. Funeral services Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton-av.

Mt. Healthy, Tuesday 2 p.m. Friends may call Monday from 4 to 9. p.m. RENNER Sophia (nee Imsande), wife of the late Andrew J.

Renner, devoted mother of Thelma and Marvin Renner: also. 3 grandchildren; Sunday, Aug. 31. 1969. Residence 3023 Maple Pleasant Ridge Services Wednesday, Sept.

3, at the convenience of the family. (No visitation.) Vorhis Funeral Home, Norwood, in charge of arrange ments. if desired, sympathy may be expressed by a contribution to St. Peter's United Church of Christ Building Fund. 6120 Pleasant Ridge.

RENSING Edward beloved husband of Laura Knapp Rensing and dear father of Mrs. Harry (Mary Anne) Snyder, brother of Elmer and Helen Rensing and Sister Mary Aurelia, O.S.B., also survived by two grandchildren; of 2135. Friday. Cathedral-av, August 29. 1969; Norwood.

Friends may call at the Nurre Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery-rd; Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. Requiem High Mass at SS. Peter and Paul Church. Tuesday at 11 a.m. Norwood Council K.

of C. will meet at funeral home Monday, 7:30 p.m. Norwood Eagles, please take notice. REEMELIN Edward beloved husband of Jane Oridge Reemelin, father of Mary Jane of Boston, and Lieutenant Thomas E. Reemelin USN.

Monterey, California, brother of Mrs. Howard Haines, of Columbus; Ohio: also survived by one grandchild: Saturday. Aug. 30. 1969.

Residence 3010 Warsaw-av. No visitation, funeral services at the Jaco*cks-Elden A. Good Funeral Home, 2620 Erie-av Zumstein. Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 11 a.m.

Memorials if desired may be directed to the Cancer Society or the charity of your choice. RILEY Mary Ella, widow of Charles S. Riley, mother of Mrs. Edward Gabriel, Eugene Z. Riley and the late Charles S.

Riley also survived by four grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren; Friday, August 29, 1969. No Services at the W. Mack Johnson Funeral Home, 1399 E. McMillan-st, Walnut Hills, Tuesday. September 2, at 11 a.m.

In lieu of other remembrances the family requests that donations be made to First United Church on Walnut Hills or Methodist Home in College Hill. SCIARRA Ettore, beloved husband of the late Annunziate Tesone Sciara; devoted father of Muceillo: Nevio and Ivo Sciarra, brother of Olimpia DiSalvo; also survived by 5 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchil-4016 dren; residence, St. Margaret Hall, 1960 Sunday, August 31, 1969; age 85 years. Friends may call at the Imwalle Memorial, 4811 Vine-st, at Washington, St. Bernard; Tuesday between 6 and 9 p.m.

Requiem High Mass, St. Clement Church, Wednesday, 9 a.m. If so desired. contributions may be made to St. Margaret Mall.

SCHULTHEIS Edward beloved husband of Elizabeth Schultheis (nee Hucke); dear father of Willam J. Schultheis and Mrs. Lillian Burke: also survived by twelve grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren; Friday, August 1969. Residence, 4222 Friends may call at the E. C.

Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia; Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m. Requiem High St. Thomas More Church, Withamsville. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 9 a.m.

STAGGE Daisy L. (nee Geyer), beloved wife of the late Herbert L. Stagge: devoted mother of Robert and Elmer Stagge; also survived by three grandchildren; Friday, Aug. 29, 1969; residence, 1621 Linn-st. Services at the Hillside Chapel of Cincinnati Crematory; Tuesday, Sept.

2 at 11 a.m. No visitation please. The Vielbauer Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. STOCKUM Fred devoted brother of Mrs. Virginia Klein: Saturday, August 30, 1969; residence, 503 East Fourth-st.

Newport, Ky. Friends may call at the Grueter Funeral Home. 4022 Glenway-av, at Iliff, Price Hill; Tuesday from 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral, Wednesday, September 3 at 10 a.m. SUMPTER Benjamin Frank, beloved husband of Johnny Marie Sumpter (nee Luker); devoted father of Benjamin Jr.

and Geno Sumpter; dear brother of Jack Tanner, Pat. Goldie, and Betty; Saturday, August 30, 1969; dence, Gateway Motel. Covington, Ky. Services, Muehlenkamp-Erschell. Newport Funeral Home.

835 York-st, Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 2 p.m. Visitation. 4 to 9 p.m. Monday.

TUSSEY Mildred (nee Hillman) dear mother of Jean Gould, Raymond, Earl' and Jack Tussey, also five grndchildren and two great-grandchildren, beloved sister of Clarence Hillman, Goldie Bryant, Dottie Herring; passed away Saturday, August 30, 1969. in her 69th year: residence, 1417 Ludlow-pl. Friends may call at the Dhonau-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot-rd near North Bend-rd. Monfort Heights, Monday, 4 to 9 p.m. where services will be held Tuesday 1:30 p.m.

Courtesy Car Service available. Phone 522- 0511. WATSON Offie, beloved father of Mrs. Sarah Potrafke, Arnold Phillip, and Allen Watson. Sunday, August 31.

1969. Residence, Williamsburg, Ohio. Services. from Maham FUneral Home. Williamsburg.

Wednesday. September 3, at 1 p.m. Visitation. Tuesday. 5 to 9 p.m.

WILLIAMS Charles beloved husband of Marie Kueny Williams; and devoted father of Mrs. Devota Peterson of Omaha. Nebraska: Mrs. Louis (Madonna) Bauer. Mrs.

Kenneth (Lavon) Duesing. Mrs. Harold (June) Hadley. and N. Williams.

of born. Ohio: and brother of Earl Williams. of Aurora, Indiana: Victor Williams. and Elizabeth Turner. of Rising Sun.

Indiana: also survived by 16 grandchildren and 9 greatgrandchildren: Sundav. Aug. 31. 1969: residence. 6529 Lewis-rd.

Loveland: age 82 years. Friends may call at the Strawser Funeral Home. 9503 Kenwood-rd. Tuesday, Sept. 2.

from 4 to 9 p.m. Services, Wednesdav. Sept. 3 at 11 a.m, Interment Rising Sun, Indiana. WC-1D WAR I VETERAN WORLD WAR MI VETERAN KOREAN WAR VETERAN ARMED SERVICES Cincinnati, Sept, 1, 1969 The Post Times-Star-47 wasiness Services -10 Services Women Wanted -13 Call an EXPERT ATTIC-BAsem*nT CLEANING TIC- BAsem*nT CLEANINGvage or small fee.

Call 542-7221. Garage Basem*nt, Cleanup- Reas, 153-8512 BLACKTOPPING BLACKTOPPING SERVICE Reas. Free est. 522-9532, 891-1149. Blacktop Off.

Free driveways. est. 232-1993 BRICK, BLOCK, STONE CARPENTRY model. Carpentry- Large-small -Repair, 105. CARPENTER- DESIRES REMODELINGExcellent designing available.

Call 921-8685. CONCRETE WORK Patios, driveways, walks. Repairs, large 851-1761. and small. 271-6266 READY MIXED CONCRETE Deliveries ern every day Hamilton including western Sat.

serving Clermont BRANDENBURG READY MIX CO. 561-8964 FENCING EXPERT FENCING- Sold and installed by me. Stone retaining walls, tree work; complete landscaping; free timates. 731-3453. FURNACE CLEANING FURNACE VACUUMED--Floor registers.

ison ducts, Heating $12.90 up. Mad- 271-0714 LIGHT HAULING BAsem*nT, garage and attic cleaning. light hauling. Call anytime, 251-5474 cleaned Bas'ment, for attic, salvage sar'es 891-6807 LIGHT HAULING AND CLEANING TRASH 221-5195 Light hauling, cleaning 'or salvage, 733-8578 LIGHT HAULING -Basem*nt and attic cleaning. 541-7302, MOVING AND HAULING ing.

Low MOVING--Light rates. Haul- 961-1853 Moving and hauling. Free estimates, exp, 861-1292 MOVING- HAULINGDEPENDABLE. 621-8674 662-8419 5. Moving: Point Movers- Hauling.

721-9196 MOVING ABLE MOVERS LOW RATES 241-0441 JIM JIM MOVERS Used furn. bought and sold. 731-1917 GRUBB MOVING. LOW RATES. 261-2311.

721-6127 Light Hauling- -Trash removal, etc. 761-1202 3 ROOMS MOVED FOR $29.50 We take welfare vouchers. Harold Lyons, 542-4559. 542-6286, 542-0919. Death Notices WELLS Martha widow of Roy Wells, beloved mother of Mr.

and Mrs. Marian Moore, dear grandmother of Bobby and James E. Moore and Carol Carter, devoted stepmother of Mildred Ogden and Catherine Bavis; Thursday, August 28, 1969; residence. Maple-rd, RFD No. 1, Hamersville, Ohio.

Services from the Kennedy-Stevens Funeral Home. Bethel, Monday, September 1, at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home, Sunday from 2 to 9 p.m. Interment, Rose Hill Cemetery, Feesburg, Ohio. FED Catharine M.

(nee Crotty), beloved wife of Joseph C. Wolfer, devoted mother of Mrs. Catherine Bloom, Anthony YJ. Wolfer, Phoniex. and Mrs.

Elizabeth Ann White, sister of Mrs. Josephine Chasky, Waterloo, also 14 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren: day, August 29, 1969; residence. 1721 Brachman-av. Requiem High Mass, Guardian Angels Church. Monday.

September 1, at 9:30 a.m. No visitation Sunday. T. P. White and Sons.

WORLD WAR 11 VETERAN WORLD WAR I VETERAN KOREAN WAR VETERAN ARMED SERVICES Monuments -1b Fisk Bros. Monument Co. Grave Markers and Monuments Spring Grove SEARS. ROEBUCK CO. GRAVE MARKERS, AND MONUMENTS 2900 961-7820 Funeral Directors, AMBER Robert Bamber and John R.


Sullivan Schaefer Established 1836 24 W. 9th St. 241-0932 THE JOHN J. PADEI. CO.

Convenient Funeral Home THE IMWALLE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 4811 VINE 281-7414 PACK funeral home: 1309 E. McMillan WALNUT HILLS 961-0474 MADISONVILLE 6111 Madison Rd. 271-0203 Lost and Found CAT- -Pure white male, with collar: name "Casper;" lost Winton Woods area. Reward. Call 521-4780.

short-hair male cat, dark gray with darker stripes, wearing a light brown collar. Seems healthy and well fed. 531-6064. GENEROUS reward for return, brown wood purse: contents intact: lost Auit Park. 221-3994 or 221-1312.

GERMAN SHEPHERD- -Brown on brown, female, name 6 lost vicinity of Evanston. 271-6607. GOLD WRIST WATCH Lady's: lost Zoo August 28. Reward. 471-3382.

PARAKEET- with yellow head: lost Westwood area. Reward. 661- 0801 or 661-7682. $25 REWARD Ladies' ring: lost Aug. 20th.

Sentimental value. 922-0589. $50 REWARD BLACK co*ckER MALE 752-9024 THREE-LEGGED silver black poodle: lost vicinity of Tri-County Shopping Center. Reward. 777-3390.

REWARD of (2) brief cases left in behind Silverton Bank, 791-6150. 791-3279. TERRIER- Gold and silver. lost Montgomery area. Notices, Miscellaneous ARE YOU SERIOUS? CALL 662-3715 for return parking lot Montgomery.

YORKSHIRE female; Reward, Call ATTENTION, SALESMEN! Churches, PTA and etc. Have all types of articles for fund raising projects. Roberts and LaChance import and export. Call 522-7135. AUTO INSURANCE PROBLEM? WE REFUSE NO ONE.

CHECK LOW RATES 751-8490 IANICE KASTENS Please contact G.L.M. Urgent! KENNETH BOWLING, please get in touch with Maria Loch. 271-8636. NOT RESPONSIBLE for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Louis J.

Nagy, 1823 Queen City Cincinnati 14, Ohio. CASHIER In large cafeteria 5 hours per day, Experience necessary. Outstanding company benefits, Call for appointment. SERVOMATION 171-5050 CLERK Your Business 721-1111) Sell Household Goods (721-1111) Turn Castoffs Into Cash (721-1111) Rent Your Apartment Call (721-1111) Find a Lost Purse 721-1111) Sell Your House 721-1111 MOVING ABC MOVING CO. 3 ROOMS $27 241-0440 cans.

Free MOVERS. est. Large 921-1844 MOVERS 241-7732 Clean van and equipment; experienced men. TOM WARMAN, 481-3572. PAPER HANGING PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING eling.

floor tiling, general work. Call 542-4091. A-1 PAPERING. SANITAS Reasonable: samples. Don Tarter, 381-1456.

PAPERING-15 yrs. work factory, $15 rm. Free samples, also painting. Hopper, 381-1855, PAINTING A-1 Free est. 731-1267 BOHLANDERS DECORATORS Interior and exterior.

Serving Cinti. for over 50 years. 771-4027 or 721-0564. ity, Custom painters, int. ext.

825-8835 INTERIOR per room plus paint. 542-6354. INT. Ext. Painting, cleaning: insured: 14 Ken yrs.

Schreiber free est. fully Painting. insured. 261-2788 Spencer Const. Co.

Painting: carpentry. cement roofing, siding, remodeling all types room additions. City orders corrected, etc. 631-4747. WESTWOOD PAINTERS- Good work.

stage Reas rental Also property. 481-5830 PLASTERING A-1 Prompt, reasonable. PLASTER REPAIRS. 281-0804 REMODELING ROOM ADDITIONS Patios: carports: rathskellers. 891-7777, 683-0340.

ROOFING GOODRICH ROOFING CO. Chimneys, gutters. downspouts. 241-0667. TIP-TOP ROOFERS- Guar.

321-8933 Chimneys. TOP Written SOIL--FILL DIRT 1-1 TOPSOIL 931-5712 Stan Mosler TOP SOILS--Stopes, boulders, mulches, R. R. ties: any quantity. 321-2775.

GOOD QUALITY TOPSOIl --Call 1895. or after call 231-0956. TREE SERVICE Tree Trimming, estimates. fall- 761-4762 Free USE THE POST. TIMES STAR WAN ADS! Notices, Miscellaneous SPRINGDALE LAKE JUNCTION RT.

275 and RT. 4, SPRINGDALE, 0. STOCKING FISH THAT ARE IN SEASON. 771-9877. GET WHOLE BLOOD Donations of all types, are sought.

Reimbursem*nt of $8. Call 5211424 for appointment. RH Bio Laboratories 5643 Cheviot Rd. RIDE WANTED TO Christian Science Church. Call 242-9661.

TO DARE -Yes. I was writing to you, Could a phone call be arranged, with me calling you at a public phone booth? Give me the area code number. phone number, date and time to call. Would like to answer all your questions. Please trust me.

Write Box 852, care, Post. Times-Star. TROUBLED? 241-1556 Call the TELEPHONE MINISTER Mon. through Friday, 1-9 p.m. Excursions and Travel -8a INSURED DRIVEWAY 541-0326 CARS AVAILABLE, NOW for Boston, Miami, San Diego, L.

1 S. F. 541-6995; a 242-8975. DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY N. Texas.

Others AAACON, 307 E. 4th, 621-4744 Women Wanted -13 AIRLINE STEWARDESSES AAAAAAAH AARDARKS ABLE TO Are you? Delivery cars for transportation to all major cities. Action Drivers' Exchange. 541-6995. A AAA WAY to cut travel costs.

Cars to major cities. Heighth 5 ft. 2 in. to 5 ft. 8 in.

Single or divorced without dependents. Minimum, high school education. No glasses, will consider contact lenses. Contact Mr. J.

E. Bradley Sept. 4 only 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rm.

706. 5th-3rd Bank Bldg. ALL ROUND RESTAURANT- -work in Maderia, 0. ANSWERING SERVICE Experienced PBX operator; available any shift. Western Hills Answering Service.

Phone 471-3684. ATTENTION! Sell the best-real silk and rich bra. No investment. The best of company sponsored program. Call 542-6667 or 471-0687.

Avon Calling You! If you want to earn money for school expenses start selling Avon now. In Greater Cincinnati, call 771-4880. BEAUTICIAN Guaranteed salary $65 a week, Comm. Mt. Airy area.

Full or part time. 681-2103. Beautician HAIR STYLIST who is proud of her profession and willing to give her tomers personalized service. We are wiling to pay top, guarantee and commission. JANE LEE'S HAIR FASHIONS Roselawn Center Bldg, 631-5635 BEAUTICIAN- College Hili, Groesbeck.

Kenwood, Latonia, Price Hill. $65 guaranteed, plus comm. and fringe benefits. Don Seta. Call Mrs.

Weikel. 1. 541-1126. BEAUTICIAN Full or part time, Groesbeck area; salary plus commission. 931-5469.

Billing Machine Operator Accurate typist. will teach Burrough's billing machine: fringe benefits. Apply in person. 1004 Sycamore St. BOOKKEEPER General knowledge of accounts payable, receivable.

closing of books; suburban location, near 1-75: 5-day week: salary range $75 to $100. Will consider school background with light experience. Box 843. care Post. Times-Star.

BOOKKEEPER Mature individual to assume full charge of all accounting records, credit and collection responsibility. Mr. White. 421-4700. BOOKKEEPER Have full charge of books in small office: 35-hour week.

Write Box 839, care of Post. Times-Star. BOOKKEEPER Pleasant Ridge location. A real op: portunity for person interested in all phases of bookkeeping including general ledger cash disbursem*nts and cash receipts. Excellent position for qualified person.

Call 531-1484. BOOKKEEPER Have full charge of books in small office: 35-hour week. Write Box 839, care of Post. Times-Star. CASHIER Part time, top salary: evenings and weekends if desired.

Must have excellent referencs; prefer experienced on NCR 2000. Company benefits. free parking. Apply Ben's Department Store. 621-6870.

Experience preferred. but not necessary. Call 621-8806. 9:30 to 4 p.m.; daily. CARHOP WAITRESSES Springfield Springdale.

Apply in person. Carter's Restaurant. CASHIER For grocery: must be 21. 271-1218 or 521-4861. CLERK-TELLER Downtown office of savings and loan.

Wait on customers, wrap packages, for repair shop. Call 621-2265. CLERK TYPIST Experienced in credit and collection work. must be good typist. GENERAL TIRE SERVICE 5045 WINTON RD.

542-4050 Equal Opportunity Employer" CLERK- Plenty of room for rapid advancement for you with top-notch firm. Call Penny Ray, 241-6168 SNELLING SNELLING, 432 WALNUT co*ckTAIL WAITRESSES Attractive, no experience necessary. Apply "The Livin' End. 601 Main Covington. 4 to 7 p.m.

or call 431-9068. COOK 6 nights; experienced short order. Jefferson Restaurant. 961-7400 bef. 5.

COUNTER GIRL Will train. hours 3 p.m. :1 p.m. Apply in person 9 a.m.-10 a.m. Daily Donuts, corner Winton and Galbraith.

COUNTER GIRL Will train, hours 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Apply in person Wednesday 10 a.m.-11 a.m. Daily Donuts, 4111 E. Galbraith Deer Park. DOCTOR'S OFFICE Montgomery area.

Experienced with insurance forms and medical transcription. full time, will consider part time. Call 891-1188 between 8:30 and 4:30. except Saturday. DRIVING INSTRUCTOR Prefer over 23.

Call 381-5886. DRUG STORE SALES Full or part time, Monday through Friday: experienced preferred: Western Hills area; no night work. Box' 819. care Post. Times-Star.

FEMALE: GOOD TYPING SKILLS? $400 Fee Paid That's all you need! Your ability to on quickly and your flair for keeping things in order will also prove invaluable here! Beautiful offices in a downtown location. Special I orientation and guidance from the office manager. Interview now! BUSINESS MEN'S CLEARING HOUSE 414 Walnut St. 421-3500 FRONT DESK for attractive miss with a ready smile and eagerness to go places. New co.

Call Jackie Lynn. 241-6168 SNELLING SNELLING. 432 WALNUT FULL TIME R.N, 11 to 7:30. Good starting salary. Shift differential.

Monthly bonus, paid holidays and vacations. Contact tor of Nursing. Hope E. C. F.

861-8110. GAL Your own private plush office in exciting co. of show business world. Call Penny Ray, 241-6168 SNELLING SNFLLING. 432 WALNUT GIRLS -Barmaid; 18-25.

$100 tips. 620 Walnut. 762-9388, 2-7 HOSTESSES CASHIERS WAITRESSES Neat appearance: over 21. Company benefits: meals and uniforms furnishbenefits; meals and uniforms furnished: all hours available. Apply 420 Walnut St.

COLOnY Restaurant IP HOUSEWIVES ITS LATER THAN YOU THINK Back-to-school time is here! That means new clothes. tuitions, supplies, and many extra expenses. It also means spare time for Mom. Why not put that spare time to work for you and return to the business world as a manpower "White Glove Manpower has openings in all phases of office work for experienced secre-, taries, typists, office machine operators, bookkeepers and clerks. Top assignments, good hourly rates and a schedule to fit your needs! Paid vacation, paid holidays and bonuses! It's not early to plan for the months ahead.

Apply now, MANPOWER 1901 Carew Tower 621-7250 Reading (Valley) 400 W. Benson 821-7301, Covington (By Appointment Only) 507 Scott St. 431-0373 INSURANCE Dempsey Siders Agency, Inc. Typist, general insurance agency. opportunity.

Contact Mr. Hartman ate 891-4400. Subsidiary of American Financial Corp. KEYPUNCH TRAINEES TOS SEE BE OUR TRAINED AD ON CLASS 026-029 17 Career Training Institute KITCHEN HELP EL RANCHO RANKIN MOTEL 5218 Beechmont Ave. LADIES- -Let's have a wig party Th your home.

Wig or cash given for sales. Call Mrs. Wigs, 861-7242. Immediate Openings Typists-Secretaries Dictaphone for experienced girls. Work days, weeks or month at a time.

No fee. High hourly rates. Call Miss Ross, BALLOU OFFICE SERVICE. INC. LADIES NEEDED--To demonstrate and sell cosmetics.

Select your own hours. All required training is provided. For appointment, call 242-0589. LADIES -Learn the fine art of beauty; become a beauty advisor, selling cosmetics for a local distributor. limited earnings.

Full or part time. 761-5583 or 821-5378. L. P. N.

Graduate of approved school. Aboveaverage salary. many benefits. exceilent working conditions. Call 793- 2094.

L.P.N, Small nursing home. Edgectiff area; pick your hours. 961-5753. LPN NURSE-3 to 11; full time. Wesley Hall Home for the Aged.

471-8667. LPN'S For extended care facility. Salary open. Apply in person, 1 to 4 p.m., only, 934 Goshen Pike, Milford. MAIDS Apply El Rancho Rankin Motor Motel, 5218 Beechmont MATURE GIRL NEEDED for 1 girl office: no experience needed; will train.

Must be willing to relocate. Apply 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 11574 Lebanon Pike. NURSES AIDE 5 days. shift. Experienced preferred.

but not necessary. Apply Daly Park Convalescent Center, 6200 Daly Finneytown. OFFICE CLERKS Interesting temporary assignments in downtown and suburban offices for: intelligent giris who can. take of general administrative office work. Equal opportunity employer No charge to you for our service.

KELLY GIRLS Hotel Sheraton-Gibson 241-3161 Mezzanine Floor. -TIME TYPIST for Roselawn vicinity; hours 1 til 5 p.m., 5 days a week. Call 761-4169. We are an equal-opportunity employer. RECEPTIONIST For Kathleen Wellman School of fashion and modeling.

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What is the largest newspaper in Cincinnati Ohio? ›

The Enquirer has the highest circulation of any print publication in the Cincinnati metropolitan area.

What is the black newspaper in Cincinnati? ›

Cincinnati The Cincinnati Herald

Where is the Cincinnati Enquirer? ›

Cincinnati Enquirer, 312 Elm St, Suite 18, Cincinnati, OH - MapQuest.

Is the Cincinnati Enquirer a Gannett newspaper? ›

This site is part of the USA TODAY Network and is owned and operated by Gannett Co., Inc.

What is the most circulated newspaper in Ohio? ›

Top 30 newspapers in Ohio sorted by circulation
1The Communicator NewsColumbus, OH
2The Toledo BladeToledo, OH
3The Plain DealerBrooklyn, OH
4Catholic TelegraphCincinnati, OH
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What are the three biggest newspapers in America? ›

The 5 Largest Daily US Newspapers
  • The Wall Street Journal.
  • The New York Times.
  • USA Today.
  • The Washington Post.
  • Los Angeles Times.
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Why is Cincinnati called the Queen City? ›

Cincinnati's claim to the “Queen City”

To the Queen of the West, In her garlands dressed, On the banks of the Beautiful River. This was a reference to the vineyards* in the Cincinnati area that grew in the surrounding hills, and the “Queen of the West” refers to the city of Cincinnati itself.

What city is on the other side of Cincinnati? ›

Covington is a home rule-class city in Kenton County, Kentucky, United States. Located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers, it lies south of Cincinnati, Ohio, across the Ohio and west of Newport, Kentucky, across the Licking.

How many cities are named Cincinnati? ›

Apparently, over the years, other folks thought the same thing as there are six places in the United States named Cincinnati. Most, it seems, were named for the original starting in the middle of the nineteenth century.

Does the Cincinnati Enquirer print on Saturday? ›

The Enquirer will cease home delivery on Saturdays, but instead will provide subscribers with a full digital replica of the newspaper that day, filled with local news, advertising and features such as comics and puzzles.

What is the circulation of the Cincinnati Enquirer? ›

Circulation. As of 2016, The Cincinnati Enquirer had a daily circulation of 144,165 copies.

What kind of newspaper is the Enquirer? ›

The National Enquirer is an American tabloid newspaper. Founded in 1926, the newspaper has undergone a number of changes over the years. The National Enquirer openly acknowledges that it pays sources for tips (checkbook journalism), a common practice in tabloid journalism that results in conflicts of interest.

What is the largest daily newspaper? ›

News Corp's business-focused The Wall Street Journal (555,182) and The New York Times (267,639) remain the biggest dailies in the US, although their print circulations fell by 14% and 13% year-on-year respectively.

What is the largest size of newspaper? ›

A broadsheet is the largest newspaper format and is characterized by long vertical pages, typically of 22.5 inches (57 cm). Other common newspaper formats include the smaller Berliner and tabloid–compact formats.

What is the largest printed newspaper? ›

Top newspapers by circulation
1The Yomiuri ShimbunJapan
2The Asahi ShimbunJapan
4Dainik BhaskarIndia
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Who owns the Cincinnati Herald newspaper? ›

KGL Media Group, Inc. d/b/a Sesh Communications (“Sesh”) is the leading African American multi-media publisher in the region. It is 100 percent African American and 51 percent female owned. Our three weekly newspapers are the award-winning Cincinnati Herald (est.

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