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1 ' ,t II LdDCpMim I 1 MOVING ALONG when this Enquirer classified ad went to work MT. HLAlTHY - Sleeping room, air cotkJ, kitchen privileges 000-0000 Rented the first day to some on known yews ago Put Us To Work. Call 421-6300 QUIRER . CLASSIFIFD ADS f Discover Class 42L Enquirer Classified Ads Work LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE Notice hereby given of public auction of the following described school property, under me aumomy or RC 3313.41, whi wilt be sold by the Board Education of the Forest Hli Local School District at pubti auction. Auction to be held 12:00 o'clock noon on December 20, 1978, at 1503 Nagel Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230: Item 1: One single family dwelling located at 1506 Nagel Road wim two auxHhary buildings located on approxlmatelv .Ma acres ol land as described in survey and legai oescripnon. A certified check In the amount ot five percent (3) the setting price payabie to the Treasurer of the Forest HIHs Board of Education shall be submitted by me successful bidder on the day of the sale, Balance due In full at dosing within forty-five (45) days from date of sale and deliverance of deed. Item II: One large two-strory barn without land allocated at the rear of 1508 Nagel Road. Said barn Is to be dismantled and complete-ty removed from property. The barn is to be removed within forty-five (45) days from sale date. The Board shad not be re sponsible tor damages or liabiNlty incurred during dismantle and removal process. A certified check tn the amount of one-hundred percent (100) of purchase price, payable to the Treasurer of the Forest Hitts Board of Education, shad be submitted by the successful bidder on the day of the sale.' The si 5 IT & S3! LEGAL NOTICES Board of Education reserved the right to accept or reiect any and alt dkjs. October 30, I97 Board ot Education of the Forest Hills Local School District W. Kenneth Wemke President, Board ot Education Gail J. Frtti Treasurer, Board of Education 208121 LEGAL NOTICE. INVITATION FOR BIDS The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority witl receive bids tor work in connection with the replacement and'OR REPAIR OF BUILT-UP roofs and flashings at the Laurel Homes Development, OH 4-3, 4-, m accordance with Specfttcations prepared tor said Development, Modernization Budget Phase XI, D 77-1 5A Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 P.M. local time, on January II 197J, at the office ot the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, W West Central Parkway, Cincin nati, Ohio 45210, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority or a Satisfactory Bid Bond, eve- cureo by me Bidder and accept able Sureties In an amount equal to live percent (5) of the bid snaa be submitted with each bid. A 100 Satisfactory Perform ance and Payment Bond shall be required of the successful bidder. No less than the minimum wages and salaries as set forth In the Specifications shall be paid each classification performing any portion ot the work. Ttie sue cessfm Contractor will be requir ed to hire residents, where teas) Me. No bids Shan be withdrawn for a period of slity MO) days subse quent to ttie opening of bids wimouT me consent ot ttie Local Authority. The Cincinnati Metro politan Housing Authority re serves the right to reject any and OR ALL BIDS OR WAIVE ANY INFORMALTIES IN THE BID DING. Each Bidder shall tttorouatity famifiarlie himself with "EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CLAUSE" Issued bv the Director, Office of Federal Contract Com pliance Programs. A BkWerContractor will be deemed committed to the goals ot me twos condition by submitting a property signed Bid. Each bidder must ensure that a employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, creel color, sex. or national ori gin. copies of Contract Documents may be obtained in the Technicial Department, lower level 16 West Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio w 10. CINCINNATI METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTHORITY HENRY R. STEFANIK, DIRECTOR Date November 30, l7f 2236 '0 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS The Butter Metropolitan Housing Authority, 150 South "B" street. Hamilton, Ohio 45012 will receive bids for Modernization Program Phase VI, Storm Windows for theexisling Townhouses, Protect OH 15-4C, Mlddletown, Ohio until 12:00 Noon Eastern Standard Time, Friday January 5, 4979. Bids shaft be placed in sealed en velopes marked "Storm WindowslThe Townhouse. OH 15- 4C" and must be In the hands of the Executive CHrector not later than 12:00 Noon Eastern Standard Time, January 5, 1979. Sealed bids win be opened at 12 00 Noon Eastern Standard Time, Friday January 5, 1979 at me office of the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, 150 South "B" street, Hamilton, Ohio 450 1 2. Plans and specifications for this protect may be obtained at the office of the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, 150 South "B" street. Mammon, onio 450 iz, or Zorn Engineering, 3833 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226. Plans and specifications are also on file at F.W. Dodge, 2528 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio and Allied Construction Industries, 1010 Yale Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. A deposit ot S25 cash or check payable to Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority Is required for each set of plans and specifications and is refundable al the address where plans and specifications were obtained ten 10) days after bid opening, if they are returned In proper order. The Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority reserves the right to waive al fnformaiitlei and reiect any and all bids. Mark c. Petty, Execu tive Director Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority 150 South "B" street Hampton, Ohio 4501? 223617 LEGAL NOTICE LIAIILITY INSURANCE FO IUTLER COUNTY lOADD OF MENTAL RETARDATION Sealed proposals win be received at me Office of the Butter county Commissioners, 130 High Street, Hameton, Ohio 45011 until 10 o'clock a.m. EST ON Thursday, January 4. 1979, for liability Insur ance for the Butler County Board ot mental Retardation, ints insur ance is to be effective January 12, nn, at I2.-0I am EST. Copies of the specifications may be secured from the Butler coun ty Board of Mental Retardation, 282 North Fair Avenue. Hamilton, Ohio. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check on a solvent bank or bid bond payable to the Butler County Commissioners in an amount equal to five percent of me proposed premium. Bids are to be sealed and address ed to: Butter County Commission ers, i JO Hian street. Hamilton, Ohio 4 SOU and shad bear en Its face the name of the bidder and shall be marked "Liability Isur- ance for Butler County Board of mental Retardation." The Buffer County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or an oios or to accept any Did wnicn may oe deemed to be tor me best interest of the County. Each bid shad be accompanied by a statement indicating the name of the Insuring company writing me coverage and financial stare mem ot the company. The Insurance company must authorized to do business In the state of Onto. ATTEST: C Spencer Barkley Clerk BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI! SIONERS BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio Donald SCHIRWER, President Cale LOG SOON, Vice-President Arthur Reift 223025 NULIC HEARING Case No. 3-71 Springfield tteilForn ' Notice Is hereby given that a public hearing w be held by the Rural Zoning Commission at the springtietd Township Administration BuMdino located at 8375 Win- ton Road In Hamilton County. unto, on me 2nd day ot January, 1979, at 7:30 P.M., for the purpose of considering an amendment to me zoning plans ot section 33 ot Springfield Township. LOCATIONS OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: Approiimately 20 acres having approximately 59S feet fronting on the northerly side or lompron Koao approximately 525 feet east of Coooan Drive. OWNERS OF RECORD OF SUB JECT PROPERTY: Victor N. & Mary A. Pom NATURE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT: The above described property is included In a proposal to reclassify the zone district from "B" Residence pan to "D" Residence (appro. 15 acres) and parity to "E" Retail Huskies (approx. 4 acres). me B Residence District permits single family dwellings ano other allied and accessory uses. BuDdino heights are restrict ed to 35 feet and residential struc tures must provide front, side and rear yards of 35, t and 35 feet re spectivety except that a garage when attached to the main building may be extended into the required side yard but shall not be closer than five (5) feet to the side lot Hoe, provided further that there shal be no living quarters above or behind said garage, and on a lot having a minimum width or ru teet and a rrwmmum area ot 10,600 square feet. The "D" Residence District permits single and multiple family dweMngs, boarding and lodging houses; cemeteries on 20 acres or more, churches, clubs, fraterni ties and sororities, golf courses, hospitals except animal, public and private forest and wild life reservations, pubUdy owned and operated properties, rest homes and convalescent homes, private schools, and alied and accessory Jfluneniis For more complete information and address of the funeral director, refer to individual obituary below. JUH TIME LUTE tmw. HOME BERRY, Mary 1:00 P. M. Dec. 15 Jamison S. iarmson BOMRT, Anna L. 11:00 A.M. Dec. 15 ' Andetson CAWTHOBNE-SCHON, Barbara B. 10-00 A.M. Dec 16 Hetdhard COOK, Mildred Wallnef 10:30 A.M. Dec. 15 Quentm K. State, DFNNtS, Atha 1:00 P.M. Dec. 15 Jarrtoon 4 Jamison WERNER, Carl J 10:00 A.M. Dec. 16 Bolton 4 Lunsiord DUNCAN. Cloyd f. 1:00 P.M. Dec 15 Strrti DURKIN, Mildred 10:00 A.M. Dec. 15 Muetilenkamp-Erschell FIFE, Burch 10.00 A.M. Dec. 15 Dobbliitg FITZPAIRICK, Edward A. 11:00 A.M. Dec. 15 B. J. Meyer GEOHEGAH. Edmund H. 9:30 A.M. Dec. 16 Bolton 4 Lunsiord GROSS, John D. . 1 1:00 A.M. Dec 15 Chambers & Grubtrs HARDNETT, Ace 8:00 P.M. Dec. 15 Andrews HEIDEN, louts C. 10:00 A.M. Dec 16 Craver-Hookom ' JAC0BSON, Vera 11:00 A.M. Dec. 14 Vorhis JARBOt 6eofgia I. 2:00 P.M. Dec. 15 Chambers t Grubbs KESSLER, Pauline Shu-mack 10:00 A.M. Dec. 15 Geo. H. Rohde i Son UNHJw 230 P.M. Dec. U Weil LIST, Harry C. 1040 AM. Dec 15 Sardinia, Ohio MOtLOY, Mary M. 9-30 AM. Dec. 15 Harry Meyer & Sow NEMANN. Arthur F 1140 A.M. Dec. M B.J. Meyer NED, Ida 10:30 A.M. Dec 15 Dalbert & Woodruff HORTHCUTT, Cecil C. 1 1:00 A.M. Dec. 14 Chambers & Grubbs PEDDICOBD, Russell W. La Jofla, Catil. RAPP, frank 10:30 A.M. Dec. 15 . Sltmringer ROELLER, Albert D. 10:00 A.M. Dec. 16 Penman ROSS. Virginia 1140 A.M. Dec. 15 Middendorf SANDHA1 Lucille 1 10:00 A.M. Dec. 16 Doubling SCHERRER, Charlotte 1040 A.M. Dec. 14 Paden City, W. Va. SIFHl. Myrtle 10:30 A.M. Dec. 16 Baiter 4 Sahnd TOSHIE, Gertrude 1040 A.M. Pec. 15 Shorten TROHANIS, Michael A. 1040 A.M. Dec. 16 Gilligan-Siefke WALLS. Robert Lee 1040 A.M. Dec. 15 Hurro Bros. WOODS, Betty 240 P.M. Dec, 15 Dalbert t WoodruH Soumnt's (End Sourney's ?En& Sonrney'a in& BERRY Mrs. Mary, beloved mother of Mrs. Josephine Berry Payne, Carl F. Berry, Jr., Donald Berry, Ray mond Berry and Edmund Berry, also survived by six arandcMoren and four yeaf-grandchildren, her sister, Mrs. Delia Allen waidrup, one son-irt-Jaw Reginald 3. Payne, one daughter-in-law, Glori Berry and one brother-in-law Lucas VVaidrup. Residence 1927 Andina Avenue. There win be no visitation. Mass of Christian Buri al, Is sctteduled for Friday December 15, 1978 at 1 P.M. at St. Agnes Church, H01 California Avenue, Bond Hill. Recitation ot the Rosary before the Mass Jamison and Jamison Funeral Home In charge ot arrangements. BOGART Anna l beloved aunt ot Charles. Earl and Ralph Schermbeck Tuesday, December 12, 1978 Friends may can at the Anderson Funeral Home, 415 Ludlow Avenue, CHfton, Friday MO A M. until time of funeral service at 11 A.M. CA WTHORNE-SCHON Barbara B , (nee Flchter), be loved wife of Ruiaford H. Caw thorne, dear mother of the late Leon Schon, also survived by four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Wednesday, December 13, 1978. Residence Coleratn Township. Age 78 years. Funeral services at the Netdhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Avenue, Mt. Healthy, Saturday, December to at 10 A.M. Friends may call Friday evening 7 to 9 P.M. Member of Colerain Republi can Club, Northside Senior Citi zens and ttie White Shrine. COOK Mildred WaRner, beloved wife of Everett E. Cook, dear sister of Herbert C, Edwin D Richard Lee and Harold L waHner. Tuesday, December 12, 1978. Residence 2831 irveness Avenue. Friends may cat Thursday 6 to 9 P.M. at the Quentln K. Staley Funeral Home, 710 Ptaimieu Road, Deer Park. Services Friday, 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society. DENNIS Atha, beloved wife of Jack Den nis, devoted mother of Paul C. Dennis, loving daughter of Butter P. Lawrence and Carrie (nee Thomas) Farley, dear sister of Lewis Coleman, James H. and Curtis H. White, Willie J. Law rence and Noah Preston, Johnnie Ruth Webb, Fannie C Hill and Lucy M. Lawrence, also survived by two grandchildren, nieces nephews and other relatives. December 12, 1978. Friends may cad Thursday from e to 9 P.M. at Pilgrim Rest Primitive Baptist tnurch, 2420 copeiang street Funeral services Friday, December 15 at Greater New Hope Mis sionary Baptist Church 3555 Har vey Avenue at I P.M. Elder R. Saturday, officiating. Rev. FHnn, Pastor. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Jamison and Jamison in charge of arrarigements. DOERNER Carl J, beloved husband of Sophia C. Doerner (nae Baas), devoted fattier of Mrs. Walter (Marilyn) Rueger, and Cart O. Doerner, dear brother ot the late John and Rob ert Doerner, and Mrs. Pauline Emmerich, also survived by five grandchildren. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1978. Age 78 years. Visitation Friday from 6 to 9 P.M. at the Bol ton & Lunstord runerai Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood, where services w be held Saturday, at 10 A.M. McMHan Lodge 141 F8.AM services Friday at I PM. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Memorial Fund of the St. Peter and St. Paul United Church ot Christ, 3001 Queen City Ave., 45238. GRAVE MARKERS & MONUMENTS SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Phone 872-7463 LEGAL NOTICES uses. Building heights are restricted to 45 feet and residential structures must provide a front yard of 30 feet, side and rear yards of 5 and 30 feet respectively for 2Va stores; side and rear yards of to and 40 feet respectively for 3 stories. A lot tor single family dwelling must contain 5,000 square feet and 3,oou square teet. for eacti unit of a multiple dwelling with each having a minimum lot width of 50 feet. The "E" Retail Business Dis trict permits (residential and) general business uses. Buildings are restricted to a height of 45 feet and must provide a front yard of 30 feet. Residential use must provide a minimum side and rear yard of 5 and 30 feet respec tively on a lot having a minimum width of 50 feet which has a minimum area of 5,000 square feet for single family dwellings and 3,000 square feet per family for multi ple dweMngs. A lot area and width are nor sttpuiatea tor ousiness uses and side and rear yards are required only when abutting resi dential districts. This matter win receive fur ther determination by the Board of County Commissioners at a future date, due notice of which wW be given. Appacanon tor tne requested change as applied tor by Nell Forn( agent tor owners, 2031 Arrowood Place, OndnnatL Ohio 45231, may be exammated at the office of the Rural Zoning Commission, Room 405, Temple Bar Building, 138 East Court Street, Cincinnati Ohio 45202, during normal business hours. Boris Berger, Chairman Ernest W. Combs, Secretary THE HAMILTON COUNTY RURAL ZONING COMMISSION ; 223650 DUNCAN Cloyd P., beloved husband of Serelda Duncan (nee Jones), de voted father of Earl White, Mrs. Dorothea Perm, Mrs. Catherine Subhttt, Mrs. Rita Henderson. dear brother of Archie Duncan and Mrs. Dewey Randall, grandfather of 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Tuesday December 12, 1978. Age 78 years. Residence 7578 Hlllcrest Drive, Florence, Kentucky. Services Friday, I P.M., Sunny Acres united Methodist Church, Taytor Mill, Kentucky. Visitation Thursday 4 to 9 P.M., Stlth Funeral Home, 7500 Highway 42, Florence, Kentucky. Burial Floral Hills Cemetery. DliRKIN Mildred (nee Dischar), beloved wtte of the late Tony Dorkln, dear mother of Mrs. Aldo (Tony) Bader and Maureen Durkin, dear rraridrnother of Taria and Tony Bader, dear sister of Mrv Dorothy Hlldebrandt. Tuesday, December 12, 1978, at residence, 16 West Ridge Place, Newport, Kentucky. Prayers at the Muenienkamp-Ersctiel Newport t-unerai nome, J3 Tom street, Friday at 9:30 A.M. Mass ot Chris tian Burial at St. Therese Church, io a m. visitation 4 to 9 P.M. Thursday. FIFE Burch. beloved husband of Mrs Virginia Looise Fife, (nee Mar tin), devoted fattier of Mrs. Mary Dolores Kennedy and Mrs. Betty Lou Moermond, afso survived by six grandchildren. Residence, 819 i-itm Avenue, Dayton, Kentucky Tuesday, December 12. 1978 Services Friday, December 15 at the Dobbkrn Funeral Home, Beile- vue at w A.M. Visitation Thurs day from 4 to 9 P.M. FITZPATRICK Edward A., beloved husband of the late Sera Fltzpatrlck and dear tamer ot Edward A. Fitaatrlck, Jr. and the late Virginia Austin and ram Htzpatrick. survived by grandchildren. Monday, Decem ber 11, (978. visitation at the B.J. Meyer Funeral Home, (Colonial), 3726 Warsaw Avenue, Friday from 9:30 A.M. until time of Mass of Christian Burial, St. Lawrence Church at 11 A.M. GEOHEGAN Edmund H beloved husband of the late Helen White Geohegan, devoted mother of Stephen P. Geohegan and Mrs. Elizabeth Lee MacNeK, dear brother of Kennetn P. Geohegan and Mrs. Elizabeth Megann, also survived by three grandchildren and one great- grandson. Wednesday, December 13, 1978. Residence 5664 Mont gomery Road. Age 83 years. No visitation services Saturday, at 9:30 A.M. at Spring Grove Cemetery Chapel. Memorials may be given to the charity of your cnotce. Arrangements by Borton and Lunstord Funeral Home. GROSS John LV beloved husband of Flor ence Gross, dear fattier of Mrs. Detores Vlckery, brother ot Mrs. Utan Shaw and Mrs. Ruth Corbin, one granddaughter. Tuesday, December 12, 1978. Age 75. Residence 30 Peach Drive, Independence, Kentucky. Funeral service Friday, 11 A.M., Chambers and Grubbs Funeral Home, Independ ence. Friends may caf Thursday, 4 to 9 P.M. Interment Independ ence (.emetery. HARDNETT Ace. father of John. Rrvmr. nri Angle Hardnert, father-tMaw of iws. mary riaronen, 1 1 grandchildren, six great-grarKtchildren. Friends may rail Frldjiv. rw 14 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral service at I p.m. at the Andrews Funeral Hnmn. BaHlrvi Dri intj-. ment, United American Ceme tery. Kev. t.M. wiison, officiating. HEIDEN Louis C, of Madison Place, husband of the late Ella Grounds Heiden, father of Mrs. Andrew (Ella Mae) Lemons, Mrs. Char lotte Shinkle, Mrs. Joseph (Viv ian) Krummen, Mrs. Deiorls Menedlck and Mrs. Robert (Gerada) Smith, ten grandctiit- oren, eigni great-grandclwdren, sister of Mrs. Sofia McCardy. Friends may caR at Craver-Hookom Funeral Home and Chapel, Milford, Friday, family will be present 7 to P.M. Services 10 A.M. Saturday. JACOBSON Vera (nee Boehm), beloved wife of Isidore Jacobson, sister of Mrs. Gerry Herzog and Ronald Boehm. luesoay, December 12, 1978. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial Our Lady of ttie Rosary Church, Greenhits, Thursday, December 14, at 11 A.M. Vorhis Funeral Home, Sprinodale, In charge of arrangements. JARBOE Georgia L (nee Bums), beloved mother of Mrs. Harriet Burns, Mrs. Norma CanfieM and Mrs. Betty Abdon, dear sister of Mrs. Dorothy Christy and Mrs. Helen Cox, 14 grandchUdrea nine greatgrandchildren. Tuesday, December 12, 1971. Residence Petersburg, Kentucky. Age 68 years. Funeral services Saturday, 1 P.M., Chambers and Grubbs Funeral Home, Burlington, Ken tucky. Friends may cm Friday 4 to 9 P.M. Memorials may be made to Petersburg Fire Depart ment. World War I Vet Work) War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet KESSLER Pauline Shumack, beloved wtfe of the late David E. Kessler, mother of Jon D. Kessler and grandmother of Jon D. Kessler. Jr. Tuesday. December 12, 1978. Residence Hyde Park. Service wK be held at George H. Rohde and Son Funeral Home, Linwood and Delta Ave nues, Mt. Lookout, Friday, December VS at 10 A.M. No visitation. Mermen! New Castle, Indi ana. LINN Eva Spitzar, beloved wife of the late Simon R Linn, devoted mother ot Mrs. Philip (Ruth) BayHss, dear sister of Mrs. Ben Dorfman, ot Van Nuys, Calif., dearest grandmother of Joel, Kim, Gor don, and Edward BayAsv Services WeH Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd., Thursday, Dec. 14, at 2:30 P.M. Memorial contributions to the Ohav Sholom Synagogue and Bnal Brtth Children' s Home, In Israel, would be appreciated. The Shiva wli be observed at 6203 El- brook Ave. LIST Harry C, dear fattier of Harriet Mitchel, Sarasota, Florida, Rachel Slegmann, Austin, Texas and Mary schuh, Cincinnati, 12 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Residence Ft. Thomas, Kentucky. Age 92 years. Funeral Mass, Friday, W A.M., St. Marys Church, Amhefm, Ohio Burial St. Mary's Cemetery. No visitation. Gus Beam Funeral Home, Sardin ia, Ohio In charge of arrange ments. MOLLOY Mary M., (nee Lynch), beloved wife of Lee Molloy, devoted mother ot Mrs. Frank (Peggy) Razzano, J. Robert and Michael Motoy, dear sister of Virginia, Joseph, James Lynch and Sr. Ann Patrick, S C., also survived by nine grandchildren. Suddenly, December 12, 1978. Visitation Thursday 5 to 8 P.M. at the Harry Meyer and Sons Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway Avenue, (opposite the Covedale Cinema). Member of Knights of St. John, St. Wilem umrcn. Mass ot Christian Burial, Friday, December 15, 9:30 A.M., St. Wllam Church. NEMANN Arthur F beloved husband of Betty Nemann, (nee Schnurr), beloved father of Mrs. Merlene Brauning, Robert and Paul Nemann, survived by 13 grandchildren, dear brother of George Nemann, Mrs. Elma Bertke and Mrs. Helen Hartoin and the late Edward, Fred and Louis Nemann, Mrs. Henrietta Wagner. Monday, December 11, 1978. Visitation B.J. Meyer Funeral Home. (Over look), 4841 Glenway Avenue, Thursday, 9:30 A.M. till time of the Mass ot Christian Burial, Our Lady ot Victory Church at 11 A.M. NEU Ida Rosella, beloved sister of Kathertne Neu Flsbeck, also sur vived by nieces and nephews. Tuesday, December 12, 1978. Ace 82 years. Funeral Service Friday, at io:3 a.m. at the Dafbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2884 Boudknt Ave. at Queen City. Visi tation Friday, 9:30 A.M. till time of service. If so desired, memorials may be made to Christ, the Prince of Peace United Methodist Church, 10507 Coierain Ave., 45247, or the charity ot your choice. NORTHCUTT Cecil C, dear father of Robert Northcutt. Monday, December 11, IVI. Age H. Residence Box 381 LLL Highway, Morning View, Kentucky. Funeral services Thursday, 11 A.M., Chambers and Grubbs Funeral Home, Independence. Friends may cal 6 to 9 PM. Wednesday. Interment independ ence cemetery. PEDDICORD Russell W. beloved husband of Hazel R. Peddlcord, (nee Frambes), dear brother of Marie, Laura, and Victor Peddicord, atso survived by several nieces and a nephew. Monday, December 11, 1978 in La Jofta. California. Serv ices wM be conducted In La Jota. RAPP Frank, beloved husband of the late Mayme Rapp (nee Nichols), devoted father of Mrs. Ruth Mo-roth, grandfather of Mrs. Judy Bunthoff, and Richard Morath, also survived by seven greatgrandchildren. Tuesday, Dec. 12, ni visitation, simmtnger Funer al Home, 3054 Harrison Ave., Westwood, Friday, 9:30 AM. until time of Service at 10:30 A.M. Fifty Year member of Carson Lodge 598F8. AM. ROELLER Albert D beloved husband of Gertrude Roeter (nee Brunner), dear brother of Dorothy Gieason, and Laurett Brown, atso survived by several nieces and nephews. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1978. Residence, 7415 Montgomery Rd. Friends may cat at the Denman Funeral Home, 6943 Montgomery Rd. at Park Ave., SHverton, Friday, 6 to 9 P.M. Services Saturday, W AM. ROSS Virginia (nee Burden), beloved mother ot Michael Borcbor s, dear daughter of John W. Burdett, also survived by two grandsons, dear sister of Mrs. Essie Mat EKott, Mrs. Ruby Gftrakttne Bivthe. John W. Burdett, Jr. and Jack Earl Keoton. Monday, December II, 1971. Residence 117 Elm Street, ancrnati. Aoe 57 years. Funeral service Friday, fjJecember 15 at the Mlddendorf Funeral Home, 917 Main Street, Covington, Kentucky it 11 A.M. Interment Highland Cemetery. Visitation Thursday from 4 to 9 P.M. 3ourneii's HnH SANDHAS Lucille J., (nee Spalding), beloved wife ot Julius F Sandhes, devoted mother of Mrs. Betty Lucille Deck, dear grandmother of Gregory John and Jeftery Scott Beck. Residence, 36 Donnelly urive, ri. i nomas, Kentucky Wednesday, rjecember 13. 1978 Services Saturday, December 16 ar Dobbimg Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas at 10 A.M. Visitation Friday 4 to 8 PM. SCHERRER Charlotte, sister of Martha Mow ery, Paden City, West Virginia ana ueorge rt. scnerrer, Cincinnati, also survived by nephews, George R. Scherrer, Charles Mowery and Charles Scherrer Funeral at Mater Dolorosa Church, Paden City, West Virgin ia, i nursaay at iu A M. SIEHL Myrtle Notting, beloved wife of the late Charles F. Siehl, dear mother of John H. Siehl, Mrs. John (Mary) Doepke, Mrs. Ray (Char lotte) Heneberg, and Mrs. Robert (Eleanor) Beianger, orandmother of six grandchildren and tour great-grandchildren. Dear sister ot Mrs. Mildred Niehaus. Wednesday, December 13. 1978 . Friends may call at the Baiter 8, Sahnd Funeral Home, 3412 Clifton Ave. atfton, Saturday, from M A.M. until time of service at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of other remembrances memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. TOSHIE Gertrude, dear sister of Pearl Fields, Grace Valentine, Frances Lindstrom, Mary Mikac, Kathar ine Carter, Betty Middleton, Rose Schwartz, Ed and Bill Toshle December 12, 1978. Residence Mason, Ohio. Friends may call from 6 to 9 P.M. Thursday at Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Read ing Road, Mason, Ohio. Services Friday at 10 A.M. Interment Rose Hill cemetery, Mason. TROHANIS Michael A., beloved husband of Joy C Trohanis, (nee CaHos), de voted father of Mrs. William (Catherine) Caldwell, and Mrs. William (Mary Ann) Holtet, of Margate, Florida, dear brother ot Louts A. Trohanis, also survived bv three (Kandchildren. Tuesday, December 12, 1978 at his resi dence, 1836 Sunset Avenue. Funeral Mass at the Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. 7000 Wlnton Road, Satur day, December 16 at 10 A M Relatives and friends are to cal at the Gilligan-Siefke Funeral Home, 3671 Warsaw Avenue, Friday trom 4 to 9 P.M. Father Mitsos, win hold Vesper Services Friday evening at 7:30 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Church Bund ing Fund. WALLS Robert Lee, beloved husband of Rhonda Walls, dear father of Regina Ann Wats, dear brother of Anna (Mickey) Dove, Marqulta Johnson, waller Noonan, Sheila, Mark, Darrell, Hiram, Douglas and Paul wans, son ot waiter Walls and the late Anna Wails Suddenly, December 12, 1978. Age 20 years. Formerly of Hartwell and oitton. Friends may cal at tne Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 345 West McMillan Street, Oitton, Thursday 4 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Monica Church, Friday, December 15 at 10 A.M. Burial New Burlington cemetery. WOODS Setty Jean, dear daughter oi the late Ivan and Lucille Woods Crowe, sister of Mrs. Emma J. Schrode, afford L Woods, and the late Patricia Ann Crow. Tuesday, December 12, 1978, at Louisville, Ky. Age 43 years. Funeral Service Friday, 2 P.M. at the Dalbert i. woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave., at Queen City. Visitation Thursday, 6 to y p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS SErryiCES ALLISON & roSe- FUNERAL HOME U 261-0146 inc. BOBBINS (k MADISON AVE Ernest Hodge Due Notice BAITER SAHND, ING. 3412 CLIFTON 281-4543 Busse I Bore mann Co. 34M Central Parkway HI 1343 Glenn. Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 733-4430 863-7097 ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 GU2F-H0LT FUNERAL HOME 1440 SWxi.. at Harlnrt - CS..iot 681-0690 Hodapp Funeral Homes MKai iThWi 7401 Vine SI. W. Mack Johnson Funeral Hornet WALNUT HILLS 1309 E. McMillan St. 961-0474 MADISONVILLE 6111 Madison Rd 271-0203 CHAS. 1 MILLER SONS NOtSTHSIDC 541-0040 RADEL R FUNERAL HOMES Henry J RaoVI. Pres. W Vote n ous J. St Hi-no" JM e-ftO c; gw-o, a.. wi 4$i? Rebold Funeral Home ItliQUtfcNCITYAVt. 3700 GLENMORE AVE, tH-6200 Established 1836 24 W. 9th St. 241-0932 SCKXIDT-DHONIU READING SHAROMVILLE T48I1I3 T48-1II3 THOMAS FUNERAL HOMES MAMSaMui W tHWOOll Tufts Funeral Home Loveland 683-2430 rvi"- envoi tamuN ttmitu m mt m Hst'W HoNM) MlMl won) vm tiit' io T. P. WHITE I SOUS Mt. Washington 231-7150 JTTTjGQODIIELSCI 531-0105 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, Thursday, i , D r - riawnwJi. a JL . L ..I..,. .......I ni.i G Announcement A jtourrxpy' End (Deaths) Monuments B Card of Thanks C In Metwriam D-Florists E -Religious, Social Events F Societies and Lodges G Wiscetlrjneous Notices H Lost and Found J Education & instruction K -Trave. Opportunities L Farm and Produce M Greetings N-Plants & Accessories P-PotitmaJ Notices Reol Eitote for Sole tf) t -Houses tor Sale 1A No Ky Houses tor Sale IB Mobile Homes IC CoTKtorrwniijfm ID Home Insurance IE Indiana Real Estate IF Home, Garden Supplies IG Custom Pre-Cut Homes 2 Apartment Houses, Sale 3 Real Estate Loans 4 Resort Property Sale 5 Florida Property 6 Out-of-State Property Sale 7 Farms, Country Homes, Sa'e 8 Lots and Acreage Sale 9 Business, Indus Prop Sale 9A Industrial Property Lease 98 Business Places. Rent 9C-0ttK:e Space tor Lease 9D Business Supplies 10 Investment Property M Real Estate tor Exchange 17-Real Estate Warned Reo' Estate for Rent 13 Apartments Furnished 13A Rental Furniture UB-Hotels, Meters IK Apart, to Share 5ervice 14 Apartmtnt to Share 14A Rental Agencies I4B Rental Information Serv. 15 Apartments, Unfurnished ISA Mobile Homes tor Rent Option to Buy 16 Houses Furnished 17 Houses, Unfurnished 17A Houses, Lease opt to buy I7B Moving & Storage 17C Storage, General 18 Garages 19 Furnished Rooms 21 Room and Board 2? -Day Care, Services 23- -Farms, Cntry. Homes Rent 24- Resorts 25- Rest Homes, Licensed 29- Office Furniture and Equipment for Rent 30- Wanted to Rent 31 Instruction Opportunity 33 - Domestic Hetp Wanted 33 A Agency Domestic 34 - Employment Services and Consultants 34B-Resume Services 35 - Help Wanted 39 Saes Herp Wanted 40 Professional Situations Wanted 41 Srtuatiom Wanted 4IA Agency Situations Wanted IS Dunness service 4 IB Professional Service i?-41 Service Director y Pinonool 44 Busmess Opportunities 44A Franchises Distributorships 45 Personal Loans 45A Financial Service 46 Bank Loans A? Pawn Loans 0 Merchondise 48 - Household Goods 48A Gotd Chest 48B Gold Sales 48C-Bndal Services 48D Arts and Craft 49 Coins Stamps 49A Collectors Items ' 50 Antiques 51 Musical Merchandise 5IA CB, Stereo, Radio Equipment ' 52 Tetevision 52A Photo Equipment and Supplies 52B Sewing 52C Food items 53 Sales, miscellaneous 53 A Swap Shop 53BFlea Market 54 Business, Othce Equipmenl 54A Typewriters 55 Diamonds, Jewelry 56 Wearing Apparei 56A-Factory Outlet 57 Pets 57A Horses and Equipment SB Livestock, Farm Equip 5BA Fuel Oil. Wood 5f!B Evergreen, Shrubs 58C Lawn & Snow Equipment 59 - Lumber, Building Supplies 59A Home Improvements 60 Machinery, Tools, Equipment 60A Tools & Equipment tor Rent 61 Auction Sales 62 Wanted to Buy 63 Sporting Goods Tronsportotion 64 Boats. Motors. Equipment 64A Campers, Travel Trailers 64B Utility Trailers 65 Motorcycles, Motor Scooters 66 Bicycles b7 Aviation Parts, Acces.. Repairs 68A Recreational VehKles 6DB R V Directory 69 Wanted Automotive 70 Trucks, Rent, Lease 70A Truck directory 706-4 Wheel Drive Vehicle 71 Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 7IA Foreign Sports Cars 7 IB Station Wagons and Passenger Vans 71C Antique CoBector's Cars 7 ID Auto Loans 7 IE Auto Insurance 71F Auto Leasing 7IG New Car Directory 72 Automobiles lor Sale . For tnlormation on Box Number mail, can 721-2700 Boi Charge 1 3.00 Pick Up $7.00 Mail Out Rale effective Nov. 1, r78 I lime Daily $141 I lime Sundaf Jl 85 pet line 2 limes W0 per lint Himes Jl 10 per lint 4 5-6 limes 87 per lint 8 limes 81 per line 9 limes )6 per tint 10 limes 69 per lint 30 limes 68 pel lint CANCELLATIONS DAILY-3:45 P.M. for next day's Enquirer. SUNDAY-10:00 A.M Saturday for running ads, (eVcept real estate classes 1-12). No can cellation accepted Saturday for ad ap pearing for the first time on sunaay. DEADLINES SUNDAY Deadline for all ads (charged and paid) Is 4:30 P.M. Friday. DAILY Deadline for all ads for the next morning's Enquirer is 2:45 P.M. iV Vine, OnctKMN, OMo CLOSED SUNDAY December 14, 1978 ,C-1 f lOf'STS ij it r 1 1 74 E. 4th St. 621-3662 MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES A b.C we low away Juf Lars Fn;c 683-vW A MAGIC ACT For parties Magtr with flcves. A,)-, i & V9 Free txocDure, Denny & Pec; A SANTA f-or pnvatr horns anrj paries Area wide, 93i-4?24-a try Hank ATTfcNTlON-ArjuW the ueryy "l witnessed tfte cw acttdent on Ttic Dec, 7 al Riddle Rd & Clifton (mui.c contact Joante j8S-W7; HANnAtAiiAttie lor hinw Ypm - i n V178 CARiiMA Many uood bands avai. aute won niyijtrTs tH i-144 en ' -aJQ CtMtTERY lOTS-Two, Crown H i: 771-578 CUT CHRISTMAS THEES 4'-8' SCOTCH PINE IS.W deliver; Greater CViti. Larye tots only 871 uw iiam-ypm CHSCO TAPED WUStC-With ligrtwy H M 3Q4&, 946 4316 . DRINKING ' Creates problems. It doesrj'l soivi them H you need help, call rhc CAREUNIT Program al St. francis Hospital, 5 lZ44-SW DR NELSON R CRA&G-WiV.e$ tc announce nis retirement from trie practice of medicine at of OetT 22 1978 E XPE RlENCED Country. Couritr Rock Band avail for parties' dances. tfcddnjjs, clubs. 625-9156 arter i FOR CHRISTMAS-Give a hut dir oalioon ndc Gift certrficatei.yaii IDie. 44-ZBUB. FREE PRE&NANC V TEST & HELP Call BIRTHRIGHT ?1-S4J3.., rRFE - WE HAUL ArtAY OLD JUNK CARS 351-6026 KIDDY RIDE-Verncles, 50 ro cnoou' from S25 ea. motorcycles, jeeps, ek 385 7464 MUSICIANS , Experienced trio available tor Nl-w Year's Eve 731-1491 NEED ENTERTAINMENT Fa Mo Years Eve? B6B-9164, 24 nry ON AND AFTER This date I will not be responsible tor debts contracted tor by anyone ofner man mvsen 1 . worge rt Maywar a ON AND AFTER This date t wHI no' be responsible tor debts contracted for by anyone other than myself , w i mom louis Meimboid PRIVATE PARTY-Will do Oistomi- na of your van or DickuD Very readable 398-6778 ask for Btfl PROFESSIONAL DJ's-And' discc productions available for any vent public or private. Excellent rates and refs, 631-8750, 731-8161- . , RENT A DISCO Nigtit club tor your parly, sears iiQ ROADIES NEEDED Band 11 Hi wed of 2 young mon lo move and set up equipi, urn warn tw-iyw.. TROUBLED? - Need a friend to talk to" Call 63mm day or night. WHEN A BAND IS TOO MUCH-CaU THE OKAY DI1CO MACHINE. VI 4194 IOSTANPFOUN0 DIAMOND RING Marcs, Hyoe Park Pto or Square. Reward 71-87j3 FOUND in Blue Ash, small terra dog. Looks like pedigree. 791-3645 FOUND Long hair calico cal emaie-declawed 522-2193. MT HEALTHY. FOUND Mon. IM1. Clifton, male dog whitebrown spots 961-157S eves. ' FOUND-1 yr. old tomcat. Grey striped face. Section & Reading Rds Dec. 1st. 793 5625. ' FOUND-J female 6-9 mo dogs In Montgomery. CaH work: 7"JJ-333 i OST Beaule mixod-vellow-Love land 124 REWARD 683-B76I LOST -Black female Scotly or River ide ur. Keward! Cf i-.lS4U, jnwoifc LOST-Earring II K gold, clip back uowmown-MT. Aoams. 41-iuag. OST-Female Red Miniature Pacnsnund Northside 681-5673 LOST-German brown & white short h3ir pointer in the area al -north Avondale. 281-6611. LOST Gold coin bracelet vicinity ot Tall Theatre. Reward 793-5377 LOST -In Mt Washington, area Wed . Mias, i wiuie male, i Diacx & white lomale pup, 232-1883 LOST -Irish Setter, female. No collar. Milford-Day Hqts area. Reward. Call I ACT I ara l.,v. I,, t. brown & a Utile white, Ml, Wastiing- ion area Ji-jiTj. newarq. . LOST-Male Hound, blue tick. n Ml larmel area. Kewarg aza-HUJ.. LOST Norwegian Elkhound-Tucs Dec 6 Forestville area, male, raward 231-7505. LOST REWARD. Brown envelop from 1st National Bank Goteratn or Galbraith near Duff's. 742-3616. LOST-Short, shaggy, brown B?ivi-type dog, Hyde Park area. Raward call 351-8517. .- LOST Siberian Husky, male, black & white. Xavier U. Area. Good reward 3I-65U5. LOST-Thurs. Night late. Around Clifton & Terrace by UC. Black female Cocker Spaniel. Brown above ea. eye & legs. Wearin9 red collar. Reward 575-1041,575-1232 LOST Toy poodle, white, nr Rertd no & Evendale borderline. REWARD f6vo2B oetore 4 p.m. LOST-Toy poodle-black, bald spot an back, iayler park. Reward. 941 3122 LOST-Woman's eyeglasses and case, 12-1-78. Between Neoort , Cinti. 721 2080 or 781-2464. Reward K TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES AAACON Have cars to Fia, cant.. New Orleans, Arizona, Texas, yds allowance on cars 621-4744. AUTO DRIVEAWAY CARS. Ariruna Calif., Kansas, Texas. Florida. Gas allowance Calif., 621-8384 YOU FLY - We'll deliver your car ICC Licensed, Insured. 85 tfftices AAACON Auto Transport 621-4744 HOUSES POf SALE AAA ALL AREAS " FHAVA BUYERS Pictures of available homes' for'saie shown at your home LIBBY J8I-8040 ADVANCE REALTORS, 761-3166 AAA ALL AREAS SELLERS OUR BUYERS ARE WAITING HOMES Kv ALL AREAS SEE Ui FIRST! AND ASK ABOUT OUR "GUARANTEED SALE PLAN CALL UBBY 281-8040 ADVANCE REALTORS. 761-3166 AAA DEER PARK Want To Sell? CALL TODAY FOR PROMPT - PtR SONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Prices are at an ail time high, you may be surprised at trta corrort value ot your home "ALMOST EVERYTHING WE TOUCH lURNi TO SOLD". ED MAY REALTY 891-8600 AAA FHA-VA BARGAINS NOTICE TO BUYERS Alt areas targe selection, r?ati or stop in. Will be happy to find your first home or investment. CaH 66J-8i0u. CCC, REALTOR AMBERLEV By Owner -Reduce J rWjst sett-bought other home Jmpre; sive, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 1st (i. or Master suite, utility room,, fatrny rooms wtth fireplace, larije custom kitchen, formal sunken tiviny room and dminy room combmafiort. Motdi quarters. 10 yr oW custom nouie 2 seres. Sl64,0d0. 791-2001 or ?31-6U33 after 6pm or Sun r ' AMBf RlEY Clean & Charming White brick and aftim-ftum on a large treed lot It) tt living room has beartied ceiling ano waif to ,afi t v pet. Formal carpeted rj.n-a mg room, large Wed trnd SJk carpeted kitchen. Mali 1ZJ bath, paneled bedroom or j den on tirst, targ rnat'ef suite with dressing raoc Pf 80(5 "rage, ptus carpeted t-M bedroom on second Lower level tamtly njorr- wtth wet bar. $71,909.Xat' if 931-4000 ParthmanbOyUr HtALTORI ' ENQUIRER:, CLASSIFIED CALL 421-6300 S r - -' -

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