The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio (2024)

r50 THE JOURNAL HERALD Dayton, Ohio Sept. 8, 1982 mm 17. ead guilty to bank heists TO PIACS VOUI AD CAU 223-1 5 1 5 01 Obituaries I Two Little Rock, men Tuesday pleaded guilty in bombing charges in connection with a heist at the Ohio State Ti I i rB-i Jones said James Perry Williams, 61, pleaded guilty to a total of nine bank robberies, six bombings and one case of arson for profit He said Robert Lores Kendig, 43, pleaded guilty to five bank robberies, four bombings, and one arson for profit charge. Williams alone pleaded guilty to the Huber Heights incident which occurred Dec. 10, 1981, Jones said.

In that case, the Huntington National Bank, 7690 Old Troy Pike, was robbed of $6,000. Shortly before the robbery, a diversionary, homemade bomb exploded at the Kroger store at 6244 Cham-bersburg Road. Williams and Kendig both pleaded guilty to robbery and INFORMATION oan at uananna near voiumDUS, wnere 110,695 was taken. On Friday the Justice Department in Washington eon-firmed published report that an FBI supervisor has been under criminal investigation for two years, but denied there was an FBI effort to cover up the case. A Justice Department spokesman said the unnamed FBI employee has not been fired or suspended -because at this time there is not enough evidence to warrant discharge." The spokesman said the FBI supervisor has been reassigned to a job that does not Involve any sensitive matters.

The case is before a grand Jury and the spokesman said he did not know when the investigation would be concluded. Springfield, to a teriea of bank robberies and bombings around the country, Including a Huber Heights Incident and a Gahanna case. David Jones, VS. attorney in Springfield, said sentencing of 'the men wu postponed "pending their cooperation with us on? some other matters." The robbery-bombing cases appear to be tied to an investigation of an FBI supervisor who may have masterminded a string of bank robberies. The prosecutor would not comment on a possible connection, but said the men's cooperation Is sought "on all matters of interest to the government." 6T 1 .1 INDEX I OMm kMM 9V AnMMwnli It Praak It Mm It hw Rhodes' rating 'r I reportedly down Parolee held on theft charge in rental scam I iR Rhodes Republican candidate for governor Clarence J.

Brown has separated himself from Rhodes In recent public statements. Before the Ohio Conference of Teamsters last week. Brown said, "I want to work with you to change the policies of the past and to get Ohio growing again." Afterwards, Brown said that call for change Included the Rhodes' administration. The poll results also could explain why there are no plans to Include Rhodes in a 30-minute prime-time television show to be aired by the Ohio Republican Party Sept. 21, according to several GOP sources.

COLUMBUS A recent party poll reportedly shows GOP Gov. James A. Rhodes' popularity is at an all-time Ww. JThose who have seen the poll were sworn to secrecy. But one source familiar with the results said that the June survey found that nearly 50 percent of those polled gave Rhodes an unfavorable Job rating, while less than 30 percent gave him a favorable rating.

One source noted that the poll was conducted after enactment of a 50 percent state Income tax Increase. iThe low opinion that voters now hold of Rhodes could explain why Joke to reporter BOHANNON, Mamie, age 90, of 3000 McCabe pasaed away Monday. A native of New-Ban, resided in Dayton 56 yrs. She Is survived by 3 daughters a son-in-law, Ruth at Lepoleon Griffith, Virginia Woodruff and Juanita Wilcox, all of Daytori; 3 sons, Edward and Arthur, both of Dayton, Rayvee of Springfield, a sister, Bertha Melson of Dayton; 12 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Services will be held Friday 11:00 A.M.

at First Baptist Church, 116 Hanover St. Rev. William O. Finer officiating. Burial West Memory Gardens.

Friends may call at the Bowman Funeral Chapel North, 3223 Hoover from 4-10 P.M. Thursday. Family will receive friends from 7-9 P.M. Procession will leave from 144 Anna St. BRANDELL, Jerry age 28, of 4073 Annapolis died Monday.

He was owner and operator of the Brand Termite and Pest Control. Survived by his wife, Jane; 2 daughters, Michelle and Lisa; a step-son, Jamie; his parents, Chett and Margaret Brandell of Hunts-ville, 3 brothers, Stephen of Virginia Beach, William of N. Fort Meyers, Fla. and Jim of Dayton. Services 9:30 a.m.

Friday at the Westbrock Funeral Home, 1712 Wayne Ave. Mass of Chrfctian Burial 10 a.m. Emmanuel Church. Burial Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday 4-8 p.m.

01 Obltuorlt CAHEY, Robert age 73, of 3624 Shawnee Jamestown, died Monday. He wu a retired tool designer at NCR. Born In Saman-tha, February 3, 1909. Survived by bis wife, Mary (Bart) Carey; a daughter, Sharon L. of Dayton; 3 ions, Dennli of Lynchburg, Richard, of Brooklyn, N.Y.

and Thomas R. of Dayton; 3 grandchilreo; 2 brothers, John J. of Wilmington and Dean of Miamisburg; 6 sisters, Heltn Hadley of Dayton, Alice Whlte-nack of Largo, Fla, Orba Bullen and Eleanor Elliot, both of Wilmington, Beverly A Ik I re of Washington C.H., Phyllis Spitler of Jamestown. Services 1 p.m. Thursday, McColaugh Funeral Home, Xenia.

Burial in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, Donnelsvtlle, O. Friends may call 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Heart Fund. ALTHOFF, Clara Jane, 459 Briarwood, Venice, Florida, passed away Sept.

6 at Venice Hospital. Born in Knoxville, she was a member of the Catherine Morton Prayer Group of the Venice-Nokom's Brown apologizes for remark 1 a A 39-year-old California parolee was charged Tuesday with theft in a scheme to defraud at least 11 persons in the rental of a house at 4792 Burkhardt Ave. Robert E. Dickey was arrested at a North Dayton motel as he was preparing to leave town, police said. Dickey was released from a California prison in October, 1980, after serving 15 months of a three-year sentence for two counts of grand theft, a parole official said.

A warrant for his arrest was Issued in August when he failed to return to California from a parole program in Nevada. The rental scam came to light in August when at least six different people reported to police that they had each given $200 rental deposits to persons they learned later did not own the house. Since then five more police reports have been filed. Responding to a newspaper advertisem*nt, each of the victims was shown the house by a woman who said she was the tenant. The woman was sometimes accompanied by a man who claimed to be the landlord.

Some prospective tenants gave cash deposits and made arrangements to move in the following week, police said. One woman stored furniture valued at $2,000 in the garage of the residence until she could move In, and at least three of the other victims were sold pieces of the woman's furniture, police said. When the prospective tenants returned, the house was vacant and the garage was empty, according to police. Police said they obtained information that led them to Dickey and his car was spotted in the motel parking lot Tuesday. Dayton deaths Urbana, made the remark when Sharkey arrived for an interview Aug.

24 on a busy day at his gubernatorial campaign headquarters. Staff members compared the office that day to a doctor's office. Brown apologized to Sharkey In person on Friday, but Phyllis Goetz of Cincinnati, the Libertarian Party candidate for governor, said, "I resent the beliefs behind Clarence Brown's remarks. It's Important this attitude be challenged." And TUesday, the state president of the National Organization for Women, Joan Rourke, charged that "women across this state are Justifiably outraged." Sharkey said, "He offered his apology, saying he meant it as a Joke. I accepted it.

As far as I am concerned, the matter is closed." COLUMBUS (AP) Clarence J. ftown has apologized to Mary Anne Sharkey, of Dayton Newspapers' Columbus bureau, for joking to her, "Go into my salon and take off your Clothes." Steven Lee, Brown's press secretary, laid Tuesday the comment was meant (q Jest and that everyone who heard It faughed, including Sharkey. 5 Brown, GOP congressman from Ml Man gets prison term TROY A 57-vcar-nlil Snrinufield man. found uity last weeK oi involuntary mansiaugnter, was ntenced Tuesday to seven to 25 years in the Ohio BURCHWELL, Cecil age 67, of 1901 Pershing passed away Sunday. Mr.

Burchwell was a retired employee of General Motors, Deleo Air Divi-sion where he had tary manslaughter. Carter was the only defense witness to testify. The only spectator at the sentencing was Nancy Wilson, the wife of the victim. During the trial, Carter testified he had been dating Mrs. Wilson for three months in Springfield before she returned to live with her husband In May.

She was a witness to the shooting and testified against Carter. Carter fired five shots at Wilson from a revolver. Four of the bullets hit the victim, who fell dead in his doorway. penitentiary by Miami County Common Pleas Judge James Hooper. Michael Baer, the lawyer representing Larry carter, 27, said he believes his client will appeal.

Carter was charged with murder in the May 7 shooting death of Jerry Lee Wilson, 35, at Wilson's second floor apartment, 307 S. Mulberry Troy. Judge Hooper acquitted Carter of murder, then A (tried him on the lesser, included charge of lnvolun- 90, of Dayton, "Monday. Private services. (Ullmer Sons) ROSS, Helen of 2239 S.

Patterson Tuesday. Services 11 a.m. Thursday, Westmin-ster Presbyterian Church. (Boyer-Miller) RYBINSKI, Anna, infant daughter of Julia and Walter Rybinski, of Dayton, Sunday. (Hoyne, East Third) STEINMETZ, Joseph 83, of Kettering, Sunday.

Mass of Christian Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a husband Otto H. Althoff, Venice, a son Otto H. Althoff III of Castle-ton, Vermont; daughter June Hickman formerly of Beavercreek, now of Cookevllle, brother T.K. Hodges, Miami, sister Edith Lair, Miami, Fla.

6 grandchildren. She moved to the Florida area from Fair-born in 1972. Service will be Thursday 11am at the Venice-Nokomis Presbyterian Church. Visitation will be Wed. 2-3 7-8 at the Farley Funeral Home, Venice.

Burial In Venice Memorial Gardens. The family request donations be made to your own church prayer group or the Catherine Morton Prayer Group of the Venice-Nokomis Huber services set 'Funeral services for Edna B. Huber, widow of Mrs. Huber was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Dayton Woman's Club, Delta Gamma Mothers, Grandmothers Club of Dayton and Beta, Beta Girls.

Survivors also Include a sister, Ella Kalbflelsch of Centerville; another son, Donald, of Oakwood; daughters Marilyn Holland of Washington Dorothea Bowers of Washington Twp. and Corrinne Huber of Oakwood; and several grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Routsong Funeral Home. Burial will be in David Cemetery. building contractor Herbert C.

Huber, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 239 Wayne Ave. Mrs. Huber, 78, died Monday at Miami Valley Hospital.

gnMrs. Huber, of Oak wood, served as president of Huber Homes Inc. in 1956 and 1957, succeeding her jjssband, who died in 1954. She was also the owner Huber Management i'She was a very quiet but powerful lady," ber son, Charles, president of Huber Homes, said. "My parents built one-third of the city of Kettering." day.

(Morton Whetstone, Vandalia) DURBIN, Harry 88, of Dayton, Friday. Serv-Ices were Tuesday. (Baker-Hazel) GRABEMAN, Theodore 88, of Kettering, Friday. Services were today. (Miller) HUBER, Edna 78, of Oakwood, Monday.

Services 2 p.m. Thursday, St. Paul Lutheran Church. (Routsong, Oakwood) JAMES, Richard 30, of Centerville, Sunday. Services 11 a.m.

Thursday, Grace United Methodist Church. (Schlientz Moore, Wayne Avenue) JEWELL, Bertha 89, of 68 Airstream Drive, West Carrollton, Saturday. Services 2 p.m. Thursday. (Tobias, Watervliet) KREUSCH, Sarah 67, of Dayton, Saturday.

Services were today. (Hoyne, Far Hills) LINEBAUGH, Carl 76, of 222 Floyd Miamisburg, Aug. 29 In Ershine, Scotland. Services 10 a.m. Friday.

McCAY, Kenneth 44, of 5461 Longford Road, Tuesday. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday. (Morton Whetstone, Vandalia) MILLER, Thomas 57, of Dayton, Monday. Services 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday. (Hoyne, Far Hills) O'CONNOR, Mrs. Lina ADAMS, James Cruse, 74, of 1506 S. Smith ville Road, Sunday. Services 11 a.m.

Friday. (Wells, Clay City, Ky.) ARKENBERG, Agnus G. 82, of Beavercreek, Monday. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Thursday, St.

Lukes Catholic Church. (Tobiu, Beavercreek) BOHANNON, Mamie, 90, of 3000 McCabe Monday. Services 1 1 a.m. Friday, First Baptist Church. (Bowman, North) BRANDELL, Jerry 28, of 4073 Annapolis Monday.

Services 9:30 a.m. Friday. (Westbrock) BURCHWELL, Cecil H. 67, of 1901 Pershing Sunday. Services 2 p.m.

Thursday, East Dayton Church of Christ. (Westbrock) BURKETT, Miriam A. "Kitty," 68, of Dayton, Saturday. Services 1 today. (Tobias, Watervliet) COOK, Hazel 74, 719 N.

Summit Saturday. Services 11 a.m. Thursday, Wayman A.M.E. Church. (Smith) CRADDOCK, Dorothy 75, formerly of Dayton, Sunday in St.

Petersburg, Fla. Services 10 a.m. Friday. (Tobiu, Watervliet) DeBOLD, Virginia of Kettering, Tuesday. (Meyer Boehmer) DUG AN, Darrell "Bud," 23, of 2201 Little York Road, Monday.

Services 1:30 p.m. Thurs brief rea news in Man pleads not auiltv Burial 10 a.m. Thursday, St. Albert the Great Catholic Church. (Meyer Boehmer) STOLE, Robert 84, formerly of Dayton, Tuesday in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Memorial services Thursday, Grand Rapids, Mich. (Metcalf Jonkhoff, Grand Rapids, Mich.) SULLIVAN, Minnie 93, of 29 S. Quentin Monday. Private graveside services. (Tobiu, Watervliet) TAYLOR, Frederick 70, of Dayton, Monday.

Services 11 a.m. Thursday. (Tobias, Beavercreek) WEST, Jimmje Joe, 28, of Dayton. Services 1 p.m. Friday.

(Morris Sons, E. Third) WOODS, William 14, of 400 Durning Monday in Columbus. Services 1 p.m. Thursday. (McLin) ZIMOV, Alberta 50, of Dayton, Monday.

Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday. (Baker-Hazel) Clarence J. Masters, 66, of Miamisburg, pleaded fjot guilty Tuesday to a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide in connection with the death of a Miamisburg woman July 3. Masters, free on his own recognizance, entered the plea before Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Carl Kessler.

A Janet Lonchar, of 1205 Nunnary Drive, was killed the accident Masters, of 607 N. Sixth St, was traveling north- tist on West Central Avenue when his vehicle and jjonchar's vehicle collided head-on, according to county prosecutor's records. Lonchar was dead on arrival at Kettering Medical center. Art Institute gets $22,000 worked for 32 years. He was a member of the East Dayton Church of Christ and the Masonic Lodge in Neon, Ky.

He is survived by his wife, Margaret Jewell (CorderX 2 daughters and a son-in-law, Donna L. and Arden J. Smith of Miami and Brenda Gail Turner of Carrollton; 2 sisters, Mrs. Charles M. Wells, Paintsville, Ky.

and Jewell Burchwell of Ashland, a brother, James Q. Burchwell of Dayton; also survived by 2 grandchildren, Michael A. and Craig S. Smith. He was preceded In death by his parents, Jesse and Mintie Bur-chett Burchwell, and a brother, William J.

Burchwell. Funeral services 2 p.m. Thursday at the East Dayton Church of Christ, 3415 Linden Rev. Robert Hanze officiating. Burial Woodland Cemetery.

Friends may call at. the Westbrock Funeral Home, 1712 Wayne on Wednesday from 4-8 p.m. LISCHKE, Paul 70, of 1948 Tuttle a retired Tool Grinder for Vulcan Tool died Sunday. He was the husband of Betty G. (Freise); father of William P.

and Thomas brother of William Frederick H. and Carl H. and grandfather of four. Funeral service will be conducted by Rev. Edw.

A. Puff at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Harris Funeral Home 49 Linden Ave. Burial Oxford Ohio Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home 4-8 p.m.

Wednesday. An expression of sympathy may be made to Friends Care Center of Yellow Springs, Ohio. McCAY, Kenneth age 44, of 5461 Longford Huber Heights passed away Tuesday morning at Good Sa- maritan Hospital. He was a Flight Coordinator with the Ryan Aviation Corp. Survived by hit wife Kathy; his mother Jeanette McCay of 1 daughter Theresa at home; 2 tont Timothy at home and Kenneth Jr.

of Texas. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Morton ft Whetstone Funeral Home, 139 S. Dixie Vandalia with Rev. Roy Wlgal officiating.

Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday 6-9 p.m. Presbyterian Church in Venice, Fla. ARKENBERG, Agnus age 82, of Grande Hall Rd, Beavercreek, passed away Monday at her residence after a lengthy illness. She is survived by her husband Clarence 2 daughters Joan M. M.

and husband Dan Cyphers of Springfield, Connie A. and husband Ed Heigel of Falrborn, 1 sister Frances Murray of Dayton, 5 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was a member of St. Luke Catholic Church. Prayers 9:30 am Tobias Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, 3970 Dayton Xenia Rd.

at Grange Hall. Mass Of Christian Burial 10 am Thursday at St. Lukes Catholic Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Friends may Call 5 to 8 pm Wednesday at the funeral home.

LINEBAUGH, Carl age 76, of 222 Floyd Miamisburg, passed away Sunday, August 29 In Ershine, Scotland while touring Great He was born in Elierton, O. Mr. Line-baugh resided in Miamisburg for 72 years and was a retired em- ployee of Frigidaire. He is survived by hit sister, Myrtle Doty; a stepbrother, Herman W. Dixon; sister-in-law, Thelma L.

Linebaugh and nephew, Joseph C. Doty, all of Miamisburg; 3 nieces, Mrs. Jacqueline A. Cox of Springboro, Mrs. Janet L.

Pen well of Lebanon and Mrs. Donna L. Pet-tit of Kettering. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday from the Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home, Miamisburg, Pastor Oliver A.

Rajala officiating. Interment Elierton Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. The Dayton-Art Institute, about to begin its 1982- i program year witn a commemorative snow oi hn Sloan works, accepted a check Tuesday for 2,000 from the Miller Brewing Co.

Valley deaths The gift Is the "single largest corporate contribu- on made to the annual operating fund of the Art U.S. 68 south of West Liberty, Champaign County sheriff's deputies said. Pronounced dead at the scene by Coroner V.R. Frederick wu Edward Karg, 18, of 306 Zanesfleld Road, West Liberty. Deputies said Karg wu southbound on U.S.

68 and apparently lost control of his car, which slid broadside into the northbound truck. The empty rig rolled over onto the automobile. The truck driver, Joseph 42, of 1861 Funderburg Road, New Carlisle, wu not injured. Deputies said the accident occurred at about 10:30 a.m. just south of the Intersection of U.S.

68 with Upper Valley Pike, about two miles south of the Champaign-Logan County line. Man guilty in bank robbery An 18-year-old Dayton man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a robbery charge In the April 9 holdup of the First National Bank branch at 1501 Troy St. Darryl Hoskins, 139 Kelly Apartment 2, wu scheduled to go on trial Tuesday in M6ntgomery County Common Pleu Court. He was accused of entering the bank about 1:40 p.m. and handing the teller a note demanding money.

Authorities said Hoskins told the teller he had a gun. Visiting Judge Donald Zlegel of Preble County, who wu hearing the case for Judge William Mac-Millan, found Hoskins guilty of the charge and scheduled sentencing for Sept. 28. He faces a maximum penalty of 15 years In prison and a $7,500 fine. No charges in shooting The Montgomery County prosecutor's office will review evidence in the Labor Day shooting of a Madison Twp.

man at his home, but a spokesman for the sheriff's office said it doesn't appear any charges will be filed In the case, which apparently stemmed from a domestic dispute. Killed wu Jerry M. Brandell, 28, of 4073 Annapolis Ave. Authorities said he wu shot once in the upper body with shotgun at about 4:50 a.m. Monday.

Members of the victim's family were being Interviewed Tuesday, the sheriff's spokesman said. The victim may have been armed with another weapon when the shooting occurred, the spokesman said. hstitute," said Howard Thiele, president of the instl-ute's board of trustees. sThe sift from Miller Is the second since it estab H. Lammers, 90, of 295 W.

Seventh Services 10 a.m. Friday, St. Augustine Catholic Chuch. (Hogenkamp) TIPP CITY: C. Ben Moser, 69, of 660 W.

Broadway, Monday. Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Zion Lutheran Church. (Frings Bayliff) UNION: Malvina Yoakum, 85, of Union, Monday. Graveside services 10 a.m.

Friday, Forncllff Cemetery, Springfield. (Miller-Ream) XENIA: Juanita M. Brown, 48, of 558 E. Main Saturday. Private services.

(McLIn) GREENVILLE: Juper E. Wetzel, 86, of 750 Chestnut Sunday. Services 10 a.m. Thursday. (Miller) JAMESTOWN: Robert M.

Carey, 73, of 3624 Shawnee Trail, Monday. Services 1 p.m. Thursday, (McColaugh) LEBANON: Larry E. Duncan, 37, of 412 W. Mulberry Sunday.

Graveside services 11 a.m. Thursday, Lebanon Cemetery. (Oswald) LEBANON: Blanche E. Sneltzner, 99, of the Otterbein Home, Monday. Services 2 p.m.

Thursday, Otterbein' Home Chapel. MINSTER: Benjamin BROOKVILLE: Allen Steck, 76, of Villa Drive, Monday In Jackson, Mich. (Gilbert) CELINA: Dorothy L. Eberle, 71, of 7760 U.S. ,33, Tuesday.

Services 2 p.m. Thursday, St. Paul United Church of Christ, St. Marys. (Yoder-Long Folk) CELINA: Charles L.

Myers, 57, of 5506 E. Johnston Road, Sunday. Services 2 p.m. Thursday. (Stein Lehman) EATON: Klmberly Lynn Kern, 20, of 147 Frederick Drive, Monday.

Graveside services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton. (Girton-Schmldt) lished a new plant in Trenton. The first gift of $20,000 In 1981 was earmarked for the general operating fund, Institute director Bruce Evans said. Boy's death ruled suicide The Franklin County coroner's office has ruled sulfide In the death of a Dayton 14-y ear-old found banged Sunday in his room at the state's Training Center for Youths in Columbus.

The youth's body wu found about 8:45 p.m. Sunday by a training center staff member performing routine bed checks, William Goudlock, center superintendent, said Tuesday. The youth apparently hanged himself with a belt fastened to the top of a door, Goudlock said, The boy had been a resident of the training center, jg facility for delinquent juveniles, since Aug. 30. ar-truck crash kills driver WEST LIBERTY An 18-year-old Logan County Jtian was killed at mid-morning Tuesday when his compact car skidded Into a semi and wu crushed on.

The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio (2024)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Msgr. Benton Quitzon

Last Updated:

Views: 6262

Rating: 4.2 / 5 (43 voted)

Reviews: 90% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Msgr. Benton Quitzon

Birthday: 2001-08-13

Address: 96487 Kris Cliff, Teresiafurt, WI 95201

Phone: +9418513585781

Job: Senior Designer

Hobby: Calligraphy, Rowing, Vacation, Geocaching, Web surfing, Electronics, Electronics

Introduction: My name is Msgr. Benton Quitzon, I am a comfortable, charming, thankful, happy, adventurous, handsome, precious person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.