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Dayton Daily News Aug. 19, 1988 0 Patience pays off as 12 hit $20 million jackpot CLEVELAND (AP) After five years of trying, a dozen workers at a suburban machine tools factory felt certain they would win big some day in the Ohio Lottery. On Thursday, they claimed a $20 million Super Lotto jackpot. "I figured sooner or later we'd get it," said Matt Goodlin, 48, of Mentor. Goodlin and his partners are shop workers at Kennametal Inc.

in Solon. Members of the group over the years had spent several thousand dollars to buy lottery tickets, Goodlin said. They bet $700 in January on a record $32 million "Super Lotto" drawing. Asked if he really believed that one day he and his pals would beat the game's more than 7 million-toone odds, Goodlin said, "Yeah, we did." This time, Goodlin: and his 11 coworkers each contributed $2 for 24 chances at the prize. One of their plays, selected randomly by the lottery's computer, turned up the winning combination in Wednesday's drawing: 12, 17, 25, 26, 32 and 36.

Goodlin and some of the others in his group went to work Thursday morning to announce their triumph. "They already knew by the time we got there. Somebody told them. Most of them were very happy," Goodlin said. The lottery will pay out the $20 million in 20 annual installments of $1 million.

After federal tax withholding, each of the 12 will get a yearly check for $66,666.67. Other winners are Thomas Robinette, Carmen Latessa, Jimmy Robins and Arthur Ehase, of Willoughby; Earl Dunlap, of Mentor; brothers Roger and Lawrence Quickel, of Madison; Robert Repas of Maple Heights; and Terrence Castilyn and Fred Bird of Painesville. The Super Lotto drawing, scheduled for 7:29 p.m., was delayed for nine minutes because of computer trouble and consequently was not televised. Ohio Lottery spokeswoman Anne Bloomberg said a computer failed to cease ticket sales until 7:30 p.m. "Funding cuts hurt homes, panel told COLUMBUS Some nursing homes will get out of the business if funding cuts and stringent requirements imposed by Gov.

Richard Celeste's administration continue, a House panel was told. State payments to homes have been reduced and more cuts are under consideration in an attempt to deal with a budget shortfall in Medicaid money. "The administration's moves to AREA Woman charged in fatal stabbing A 25-year-old Dayton woman was indicted on a charge of voluntary manslaughter Thursday after a Montgomery County grand jury reviewed evidence in the stabbing week of a Dayton man. -Police said Twana Brown stabbed and 1 killed Charles Reid, 38, on Saturday after a domestic dispute. The two had been living together at 1038 Shakespeare Ave.

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Blind Box Charges: The workshops will focus on di- Mail All Box number information is confidential. agnosis, progression and management of Alzheimer's. The fee is $25 per workshop or The Alzheimer's Disease and Re- $20 for association members. To lated Disorders Association will register call 220-2124. I DEATHS, FUNERALS ARNOLD, Horace, 39, of 1823 Ketu- today, Ridge Hill Memorial Park Cemerah Drive, Wednesday.

(Bowman) tery, Lorain. (Jamieson Yannucci, BRYANT, William "Clyde," 63, of Piqua) Vandalia, Wednesday. Services Satur- NEWELL, Mary, 62, of 4800 Dugger day in Campton, Ky. (Shackelford, Road, Wednesday. (McLin, Northern Campton) Hills) BURNEY, Mollie, 86, of 2765 Went- O'NEAL, Lula 88, of 118 S.

Sumworth Sunday. Services 11 a.m. mit Thursday. (Smith, South BroadSaturday, Woodland Mausoleum Cha- way Street) pel. (Bowman, South) POPE, Ethel 92, of Kettering, CIBO, Elmer 74, of Fairborn, Tues- Wednesday.

(Westbrock) day, Services were held. (Tobias, Wa- SARGENT, Leon Frank, 86, formerly tervliet Avenue) of Dayton, Wednesday in Center SandDAVIDSON, Kenny, 51, of Dayton, wich, N.H. Services today in Center Thursday. (Schlientz Moore, Wayne Sandwich. (Mayhew, Meridith, N.H.) Avenue) SPEAR, Dorothy, 56, of 411 HollenHOWARD, Scott 14-year-old son camp Wednesday.

Services 11:30 of Arlis and Bill Howard, of Harrison a.m. Monday. (H.H. Roberts) Wednesday. Services 9:30 a.m.

SWARTSEL, Richard, 86, of OakSaturday. (Martin) wood, Thursday. Services 11 a.m. MonJOHNSON, Kathleen (Strider), 33, day, St. Paul Episcopal Church.

(Routformerly of Fairborn, Monday in Irving, song, Oakwood) Texas. Services 10 a.m. Saturday. WELLS, Alvin 65, of Harrison (Burcham) Wednesday. Graveside services 2 JOSEPH, Helen 64, of 2198 Drake p.m.

today, Dayton National Cemetery. Drive, Xenia, Wednesday. Services 10 (Martin) a.m. Saturday. (Neeld, Xenia) WINGERTER, Florence 96, of KARNS, Dorothy 65, of Dayton, Dayton, Aug.

12. Graveside services 11 Thursday. (Hetrick) a.m. Saturday, Beaver Cemetery. (MorMARTIN, Eunice May, 84, of Dayton, ris Sons, East Third Street) Wednesday.

Services 10 a.m. Monday. WITTE, Larry 38, of Kettering, (Morris Sons, Kettering) Saturday. Services 7:30 p.m. today.

(ToMcKINNEY, James 87, of Dayton, bias, Far Hills Avenue) Thursday. Private services. (Meyer ZARBOCK, Josephine, formerly of Boehmer) Dayton, Aug. 9 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. MILEY, Carrie M.

"Teddi," of Day- Services were held. ton, Tuesday. Graveside services 1 p.m. ANNA: Rosella Fogt, 81, Thursday. Services 2 p.m.

Sunday. (Van Horn, Jackson Center) ANSONIA: Wilbur J. Everman, 65, of 321 Smith Thursday. Services 2 p.m. Saturday.

(Oliver) BRADFORD: Goldie M. Scheffel, 88, formerly of Bradford, Thursday in Covington. Services 2:30 p.m. Saturday. (Bailey Zechar, Versailles) BROOKVILLE: W.

Arthur Rhoads, 78, Wednesday. Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday. (Gilbert) BROOKVILLE: Warder Dane Staats, 69, of 7306 National Road, Wednesday. Private services.

(Gilbert) -CAMDEN: Wilbur V. "Web" Hickman, 73, of 7596 U.S. Route 127, Thursday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday.

(R.C. Nein Sons) Ruth Ireland, 76, of 227 W. Market Thursday. (Arpp Root) GERMANTOWN: Raymond C. Mikesell, 66, of 335 N.

Cherry Tuesday. Services 10 a.m. today, Germantown First Church of God. (Arpp Root) LEBANON: Alberta Shrack, 74, of Franklin Road, Thursday. (Oswald- 01 Obituaries INFORMATION 1-14 To Place a Classified Obituary, Mon.thru Fri.

8:00 am to 5:00 pm PLEASE CALL 223-1515 ON 8:00 to 11:00 PLEASE CALL 225-2008 OR 225-2011 01 Obituaries DeROLPH, Bessie age 107, of Bethany Lutheran Village, died Thursday, August 11, 1988. She was a member of Christ U.M. Church. Preceded: death by her husband, James Arthur DeRolph in 1953. Survivors include a daughter son-in-law, Sarah Jack Wampler of Oakwood; 2 granddaughters, Margaret Saylor of Chicago Ellen Losano of Florida; 2 great grandsons; 1 great granddaughter; several nieces nephews.

Memorial services Monday, August 22, 1988 at 11 A.M. at Christ U.M. Church Chapel. Burial was at David's Cemetery. Arrangeby Routsong Funeral Home, Oakwood Chapel.

DUNWOODIE, Clayton, age 82, of State Rt W. Alexandria, died Wednesday at his residence. He was a veteran of the US Navy Coast Guard. He had been employed by Dayton Tire Rubber. Heis survived by his wife Margery; 4 sons, James, Robert, Ronald and Richard, all of W.

Alexandria; 3 daughters, Barbara Jones, Linda Lewis, both of Magnolia, Texas Patricia Hollabough of Ft. Worth, Texas; 22 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 10:30 A.M., LindloffZimmerman Funeral Home, W. Alexandria, with Rev. David Wikle officiating.

Burial in Sugar Grove Cemetery, W. Alexandria. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 6 to 09 P.M. HOWARD, Scott age 14, of Northridge, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, August 17, 1988. Scott was born in Dayton, July 15, 1974, was in the 8th grade at Northridge Middle School, a member of the Northridge Middle School Football Track teams, and a member of the KAAA Baseball Association.

Survived by his parents, Bill Arlis Howard of Northridge; two brothers, Billy (Hotrod) of Vandalia and Mark of Northridge; maternal grandparents, Howard Helen Taylor of Northridge; paternal grandparents, Lester Freda Howard of Northridge; three great-grandmothers, Mallie Colwell and Zola Howard, both of Kentucky, and Maxie Strong of Virginia, and numerous aunts, uncles, relatives friends. Funeral services 9:30 A.M. Saturday at the George C. Martin Funeral Home, Northridge Chapel, 5040 Frederick Pike with Pastor Steve Veg officiating. Interment Willow View Cemetery.

The family will receive friends 4-8 P.M. Friday at the Northridge Chapel. TO PLACE A SERVICE DIRECTORY AD CALL 223- 1515 JOHNSON, Kathleen (Strider), age 33, of Irving, Texas, formerly of Fairborn, died suddenly on Monday in her residence. She was born January 1, 1955 in Salzburg, Austria. The daughter of Mark and Paula (Lintner) Strider.

She was a 1973 graduate of Baker High School, a 1977 graduate of Wright State, a member of Kappa Delta Chi Sorority and a former member of First Church of Christ. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Horst (Paula) Krohm of Dayton; her husband, Gerald of 8 years; 2 sons, Kristopher and Mark both at home; 3 sisters and brothers-in-law, Karen Strider-liames and Robert liames Jr. of W. Milton, Krista Strider of Kensington, MD and Kay and Paul Andolsek of Germany; brother-inlaw, Mike Johnson of California; mother-inlaw, Maria Johnson of Texas; paternal grandparents, Ben and Bertha Pierce of Fairborn; maternal grandfather, Gottfried Lintner and his wife Maria of Innsbruck, Austria; aunt and uncle, Maria and Franz Angerer of Austria and 1 cousin, Franz Angerer Jr.

of Austria. She was preceded in death by her father and grandmother, Josephine Lintner. Family will receive friends Friday in Burcham Funeral Home, Fairborn where funeral services will be held 10 A.M. Saturday. Officiating will be Mr.

Fred Klatka. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery. MALONE, Jennifer Lee, age 21, of Springboro, died Tuesday. Jennifer was an employee of Mid America Federal a student at Wright State University, pursuing a degree in fashion design. A graduate of Springboro High School a member of the Marching Band for 4 years.

Survived by her parents, Mr. Mrs. Norman H. (Julie Malone, Springboro; sisters, Kelley Anne Landis, Vandalia, Rachel Anne Malone, Springboro; grandparents, Mr. Mrs.

Baxter Moore, Woolwich, ME; uncle, Albert B. Moore, Woolwich, ME; aunt, Virginia McDonald, Hull, MA; uncle, John F. Malone, Dayton; aunts, Ann V. Leubrecht, Bellbrook, Mary V. Cleary, Granite Springs, NY; nephews, Nicholas Ryan, Stephen Scott, who she was godmother to.

Funeral Saturday. Prayers 9:30 A.M. Meyer Boehmer Funeral Home, 1733 Brown St. 10A.M. Mass of Christian Burial Emmanuel Church.

Burial Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday 4-8 P.M. Jennifer donated her organs, so others could live. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Lung Assoc. of the Miami Valley or Miami Valley Hospital in memory of Jennifer.

RHOADS, W. Arthur, age 78, of Brookville, passed away August 17, 1988 at Good Samaritan Hospital after an extended illness. He was a retired Farmer Plumber and a member of Providence Lutheran Church. Survived by wife Lorena; daughter son-in-law, Mary Ellen Gerald Hoover; 2 granddaughters, Marla (David) Warren and Karen Hoover; 2 great-grandsons, Shaun and Scott Warren all of Brookville; 2 sisters, Katherine Hensley of Florida and Evelyn Howard of Vandalia; 2 brothers, Raymond of West Alexandria and John of Lakeview, OH; numerous nieces nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 20, 10:30 A.M.

at the Gilbert Funeral Home, Brookville. Pastor Roger Herrig officiating. Interment in Arlington Cemetery. According to his wishes, there will be no public visitation. Family suggests, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Providence Lutheran Church.

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223-1515 Dayton Daily News COUNT ON US for the news and more 01 Obituaries GRAZIANO, Dominic age 41, of Kettering, passed away Wednesday, August 17, at Miami Valley Hospital. He was preceded in death by his father, Dominic Sr. in 1974. He is survived and loved by his mother, Rose Allo Graziano; 2 sisters, Vicki and husband, Ross Kremer of Washington Gloria Gill of Anchorage, 3 brothers, Tony and wife, Bonnie of Carlsbad, Bob and wife, Eileen of Poway, Greg of New Orleans, 5 nephews, 2 nieces, 1 great niece and many relatives and friends; also sister, Agnes Fasy. He was employed by Federal Express Corporation in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Saturday at St. Joseph Church, 411 E. Second Dayton. There are no public calling hours.

Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Dominic's name to The Pastoral Care Services, Miami Valley Hospital, 1 Wyoming Dayton, Oh. 45409. Dominic's family will be eternally greatful to his nurses, doctors and his attendants at Miami Valley Hospital. Services in care of Tobias Funeral Home, Far Hills Chapel.

LOWER, William 63, of Dallas, died Tuesday night in Dallas. Veteran of WWII, former resident of Dayton and Xenia. Retired from Wright Patterson Air Force Base in 1972. Survived by wife, Lynn; sons, Martin and Richard; daughters, Linda Sue Carson, Patty Ann Jackson, Brenda Lee Carr; 3 half brothers; 2 sisters; 3 half sisters; 2 grandchildren. Services 1P.M.

Saturday, Morrow Funeral Home, Washington CH. Burial Sugar Grove Cemetery, Fayette Co. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 P.M. Friday. MARSHALL, Horace William (Willie), age 67, of Chandler, OK, formerly of Dayton, died Saturday, August 13, 1988 in Chandler.

Survived by 3 sisters, Florence Martin Grace Kirk of Ohio and Louise Wissman of Kentucky; 3 brothers, Carl Norman of Dayton and Raymond of Arizona; also many nieces nephews. Graveside services 10:30 A.M. Saturday at Willow View Cemetery, Rev. Edward Puff officiating. No visitation.

Arrangements by Morris Sons Funeral Home, 1809 E. Third St. MARTIN, Eunice May, age 84, of Dayton, died Wednesday at Kettering Convalescent Center. She was preceded in death by her husband, William S. in 1979, and also 2 daughters, Joyce Henry and Phyllis Schell.

She was a member of the Grandmother's Club Gold Leaf No. 32, Kwelin Zuanna No. 88 and Rebecca Lodge No. 871. She is survived by a son-inlaw, Harvey Schell of Bellbrook; 5 grandchildren, Scott Doug Schell, Deborah Lang, Catherine Tofstad Mark Henry; 6 greatgrandchildren.

Services 10 A.M. Monday, Morris Sons Funeral Home, 1771 E. Dorothy Lane, Rev. Edward A. Puff officiating.

Burial Mt. Zion Park Cemetery. Family will receive friends 2 to 4P.M. Sunday at the funeral home. McKINNEY, James age 87, of Dayton, died Thursday.

Mr. McKinney was preceded in death by his wife, Anna L. Survived by daughters, Marie Nagy her husband, Charles Edna Long her husband, Harold of Wichita, KS; sons, Ray G. Jimmie his wife, Patricia; a brother, Chuck his wife, Beulah; 9 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren. Private services at the convenience of the family.

Burial Woodland Cemetery. No visitation. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Dayton. Arrangements Meyer Boehmer. 01 Obituaries FORLENZA, Richard, age 33, of Kettering and formerly of Staten Island, N.Y.

passed away Wednesday afternoon at Kettering Medical Center. He is preceded in death by his mother, Ann (Giuliano) Forlenza. Heis survived by his daughter, Rickie Lee Ann of New Jersey; his father, Carl Forlenza of Staten Island, N.J.; sister brother-inlaw, Carol Jose Quinones of Kettering: brother sister-in-law, Carl Darby Forlenza of Staten Island, N.Y.; maternal grandmother, Marie Giuliano of Staten Island, N.Y.; niece and nephews, Bob, Michael Carly Ann. Prayers will be held 9:15 A.M. Saturday at the Tobias Funeral Home, Far Hills Chapel, 5471 Far Hills Ave.

and Rahn Rd. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. at the Queen of Apostles Chapel, Bergamo Center. Interment David's Cemetery. Friends may call 5-8 P.M.

Friday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Hemophilia Foundation. MILEY, Carrie (Teddi), of Dayton, passed away Tuesday at The Hospice Unit of Dayton. Survived by her daughter and sonin-law, Sandra and Donald Crocker of sisters, Maude Richardson of Dayton, Mildred Schmalenburger of brothers, Robert Walker of Columbus, Everett Walker of Dayton, Ray Walker of Jackson, granddaughters, Sherry Knicely, Stephanie Settle; grandson, Scott Crocker; great granddaughter, Krystal Settle and great grandson, Jacob Knicely. Services will be held 8 P.M.

Friday at The Tobias Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, 3970 Dayton-Xenia Rd. at Grange Hall. Pastor Jack Schwartz officiating. Interment Fairmont Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio where graveside services will be held 11 A.M. Saturday.

Friends may call at funeral home from 5-8 P.M. Friday. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made 1 to Hospice of Dayton. SARGENT, Leon Frank, 86, died Aug. 17, at his residence in Center Sandwich, New Hampshire.

He is survived by his wife, Mary and a brother, Arthur David Sargent of Oakwood and sister-inlaw, Dorothy. He leaves 3 children, David and John Sargent and Betsy Vazifdar; grandchildren and great grandchildren; nieces, Whedon of Cincinnati and Carole Schindler of Kettering; nephew, Dr. Frank Sargent, Surgeon in Denver, CO. He grew up in Dayton where his father, Frank Sargent, had Sargent's Restaurant on Main St. near Fourth.

Leon was President of his Senior Class at Steele High School and graduated from Dartmouth College and Yale Law School and was a lawyer in Boston, MA. Funeral services will be at Center Sandwich on Friday at graveside. Memorial Service will be on Monday. SWARTSEL, Richard, age 86, of Oakwood, died Thursday, August 18, 1988. A Graduate of Denison University a member of Phi Delta Theta, Mr.

Swartsel hisfamily owned the Central Motor Sales Co. for 66 years. At the time of his retirement in 1975, it was the oldest GM contract in the USA. A member of Grandville Center Star Lodge Scottish Rite, Antioch Shrine, Dayton Rotary Club, The Dayton City Club the FortyNiners. Survived by his wife, Janet; sister, Mary S.

Carr of Del Ray Beach, FL 6 grandchildren. Memorial services 11 A.M. Monday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The Rev.

Robert Fenwick officiating. Burial was in Woodland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may make memorial contributions to the Miami Valley Hospital Health Foundation, 1 Wyoming Dayton. ments by Routsong Funeral Home, Oak wood. 01 Obituaries MOYER, John age 88, of Beavercreek, passed away Thursday at Heartland of Beavercreek.

He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; daughters, Priscilla Sexauer of Beavercreek, Cynthia Wright of Bellbrook; sister, Mary Lauver of Richfield, a granddaughter, Deborah Miller of Cleveland; grandson, Donald Wright of Bellbrook. He was a retired Practical Nurse. Funeral services 3 P.M. Saturday, Tobias Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, 3970 Dayton-Xenia Rd. at Grange Hall with Pastor Walter Sherman officiating.

Interment Miami Valley Memory Gardens. Friends may call one hour prior to services on Saturday. VANCE, Merle, age 60, from Jonesville, VA, formerly of Dayton, passed away Wednesday, August 17, in Lee County Community Hospital. He was a retired machinist from General Motors, a member of the United Auto Workers Association, a member of the Masonic Lodge, a WWII veteran and he was of the Baptist faith. His surviviors are his wife, Betty Sue Giles Vance, of Jonesville, VA; his mother, Reva Vance of Dayton, OH; 1 brother, Gary Dean Vance of Centerville, OH; 3 sisters, Maxine Morris, Judy Vulcher and Joan Lipps, all of Dayton, OH.

Funeral services will be at 3 P.M. Saturday from the Sturgill Funeral Home Chapel in Pennington Gap, VA with Rev. Bradley Ray Yeary officiating. Burial will be in Lee Memorial Gardens at Woodway, VA. Visitation will be from 6 until 8:30 P.M.

Friday at the funeral home. Military honors and Masonic services will be held at the grave site. INDEX CLASSIFIED 01 OBITUARIES BUSINESS 02 IN MEMORIAM CONSTRUCTION 03 CARD OF THANKS 162 04 CEMETERY LOTS 164 EQUIP. 05 MONUMENTS 166 RESTAURANT EQUIP. 06 FUNERAL SERVICES 168 COMPUTERS 10 LOST FOUND 170 CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL 10a LOST FOUND SERVICES 172 CONST.

13 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 13a ADOPTIONS 14 13b HOLIDAY CHRISTENINGS GREETINGS MARKET 175 MARKET BASKET 176 ACREAGE SERVICES 177 FARM SERVICES 17 178 SUPPLIES FINANCIAL 179 LIVESTOCK CONSULTANTS 180 FARM MACHINERY 18 ALTERATIONS 19 ARCHITECTURAL FINE FOODS 20 ATTORNEYS 21 BOOKKEEPING 181 BAKED 21a 182 MARKETS 22 CATERING 183 RESTAURANTS 22a CONSULTING 23 COMPUTERS ESTATE 23a DANCE 23b DECORATING FOR SALE 24 DENTAL 185 HOMES25 DRAFTING DAYTON PROPER 25a ELDERLY CARE 186 HOMESSERVICES SUBURBAN EAST 25g GENERAL 187 HOMES- 26 INSURANCE SUBURBAN NORTH 28 188 HOMES30 MUSICAL SUBURBAN SOUTH 31 189 HOMESARTISTS SUBURBAN WEST 31a PRINTING 190 HISTORICAL HOMES 31b 191 OTHER COMMUNITIES TELEMARKETING 192 CONDOMINIUMS 32 193 MOBILE HOME 32a TECHNICAL 194 LOTS ACREAGES SKILLS 195 32b SHOE REPAIR 196 COMMERCIAL 32c SECURITY INDUSTRIAL 33 TAX 34 TUTORING 197 INVESTMENT PROPERTY 198 OF AREA 199 REAL ESTATE WANTED 200 REAL ESTATE SERVICES 39 PROFESSIONAL 201 REAL ESTATE LOANS 40 41 HEALTH CARE 42 TRADES PROPERTY 43 TECHNICAL 205 UNFURNISHED APTS. 44 GENERAL 206 FURNISHED APTS, 45 EMPLOYMENT 207 APTS. OR HOUSES TO SHARE SERVICES 207a WANTED APTS. OR HOUSES TO SHARE POSITIONS 207b APTS. OR HOUSES WANTED TO WANTED RENT 48 CHILD CARE 208 ROOMS 49 ELDERLY CARE 209 UNFURNISHED 50 HOUSEHOLD HOUSES 51 GENERAL 209a UNFURNISHED CONDOMINIUMS 210 FURNISHED HOUSES 52 BUSINESS FOR SALE 210a FURNISHED CONDOMINIUMS WANTED 211 GARAGES 53 BUSINESS 55 BUSINESS OPP.

212 MOBILE HOMES 56 MORTGAGES 213 MOBILE HOME LOTS 57 214 FARMS 57a MONEY WANTED 215 BUSINESS PROPERTY 216 OFFICE SPACE 217 REC. FACILITIES NOTICES 218 58 3 BUSINESS NOTICES 219 OF AREA 59 PERSONAL NOTICES 221 RENTAL SERVICES 59a FRIENDSHIP 222 STORAGE SPACE 59b POLITICAL 59c TICKETS 225 BICYCLES 59d TRAVEL AGENCIES 226 MOTORCYCLES 59e ENTERTAINMENT 227 HOMES 228 REC. 229 BOATS SERVICE 229a STORAGE REPAIR 230 AVIATION 60-121 See the classifications under heading INDUSTRIAL 235 TRUCKS EQUIPMENT 135 DOGS 236 TRAILERS 136 CATS 237 INDUSTRIAL 137 BIRDS MACHINERY 138 139 238 BUSES 240 ACCESSORIES 242 145 MERCHANDISE MART 243 WANTED TO BUY 146 246 BULLETIN BOARD EQUIPMENT 247 AUTO LOANS 147 248 TRUCKS 148 LAWN GARDEN 249 WAGONS 149 CRAFTS 250 CLASSIC 151 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 250a CAR 153 SALES 252 155 FLEA MARKETS 254 4-WHEEL DRIVES 158 AUCTIONS 256 DOMESTIC CARS 160 MAIL ORDER MDSE. 258 ALL MAKES MODELS 161 WANTED TO 258a AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY WELLS, Alvin age 65, of Harrison Twp, passed away Wednesday. Al was a Veteran of World War II, a member of American Legion Post No.

0.613 the V.F.W. Post No. 6560. Survived by a sister a brother. Graveside services 2 P.M.

Friday at the Dayton National Cemetery by the American Legion Honor Guard. Arrangements by George C. Martin Funeral Home, Northridge Chapel. YEAZEL, Vera age 77, of Tucson, AZ, formerly of Dayton, died Wednesday, Aug. 17, 1988.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Paul Yeazel. She is survived by 3 sons daughters-in law, Charles Brenda Yeazel of Mt. Sterling, OH, Don Anita Yeazel of Tucson AZ, Walter Janet Yeazel of Dayton; 1 sister, Midred Lay of Centerville; 1 brother, Rienzi Sollenberger of Kettering; 5 grandchildren. Graveside services will be held 11:30 A.M Saturday at David Cemetery by Rev. Timothy Sollenberger-Morphew.

Family will receive friends from 10-11 A.M. on Saturday at Baker-Hazel Trust 100 Funeral Home at 5555 Philddelphia Dr. at N. Main St. OHIO Hoskins) MARIA-STEIN: Hugo F.

Zahn, 78, Thursday. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. Saturday, St. Francis Catholic Church, Cranberry Prairie. (Hogenkamp, St.

Henry) SOUTH LEBANON: Nelson Baker, 71, of 244 Mary Ellen Wednesday. (Stine, Lebanon) SPRINGBORO: Jennifer L. Malone, 21, Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Saturday, Emmanuel Catholic Church.

(Meyer Boehmer, Dayton) ST. MARYS: John W. Miars, 39, of 5502 Fox Hound Lane, Westerville, Wednesday. Services 2 p.m. Saturday.

(Long Folk) TROY: Ida (Morterud) Nordquist, 92, of 229 Grant Wednesday. Services 3 p.m. Saturday, First Lutheran Church. (Fisher-Cheney-Cron) TROY: Craig A. Studebaker, 28, Wednesday.

Graveside services 11 a.m. Saturday, Miami Memorial Gardens, Covington. (Baird) WEST ALEXANDRIA: Clayton D. Dunwoodie, 82, of Ohio 503 North, Wednesday. Services 10:30 a.m.

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