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Sunday. April 7, 1985 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER C-15 i Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES MISCELLANEOUS Death Notices Death Notices NOTICIS Funerals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to individual obituary below. PAYNE HODGE Laura (nee Meyer), beloved wife of Charles B. Hodge, dear mother of Gladys Betz and Blanch Ludeke, dear grand-mothe of Bonnie Gering. Thursd ty, April 4, 1985.

Age 93 years. ResiJence Colerain Townsntv Friends may cat at Chas. A. AAUer Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton Northside, Sunday 2 to 5 P.M.

Funeral services Monday, 10 AM. BOSSE Lavada M. (nee Rueter), beloved wife of Joseph V. Bosse, dear mother of LaVada M. Willmann, grandmother of Harry Russel and the late Connie M.

Wilmam, sister of Lilian Rueter. Friday, Apr! 5, 1985. Relatives and friends may cat at Dhonau-Rosenack-er Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot Monday morning, A.M. followed by Mass of Christian Burial, St. Boniface Church at 11 A.M.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Fund or the Diabetes Foundation. BALL Vernon beloved husband of Anna Reece Ball, devoted fs-' ther of Vernon M. Bal, Mr. William (Diarma) Geiser, Mrv Robert (Linda) Fagin, Billy Ray. Timmy Lea and Mark Jeffrey Bal dear grandmother of eleven grandchildren, beloved ton of Luetta Burton Humphrey, dear brother of Melvin Ross Ball and Mrs.

Richard (Thelma) Flsbeck. Thursday, April 4, 1985. Residence Springfield Township. Funeral service at the Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 734S Hamilton Avenue, Mt.

Healthy, Tuesday, 1 P.M. Friends may call Monday from 5 to 8 P.M. McMakin Lodge 120 F.t, A.M. Service will be Monday at 7 P.M. STICKLEY Paul D.D.S., beloved husband of Charlotte Rice Stickley, dear father of Patsy, Thomas, Mark, Ann Stickley, Christine Huebsch, Susan Staley and Tern Day, afso survived by ten grandchildren.

Friday, Aprl 5, 1985. Age 60 years. Friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial, Monday evening, 7 P.M. at Church of the Nativity. Memorials may be made to the Paul Stickley Scholarship Fund, Puree! Marion High School.

Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home serving the family. McCLAIN Deacon James devoted husband of Ruby McClain, dear father of James H. McClain, loving brother of Luciie Simmons, adopted daughter; Brenda McCoy and five Godchildren, adopted sisters and brothers; Mr.

and Mrs. Anderson Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mosley, Detroit, Ml. and Mr.

and Mrs. McGee, also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. April 5, 1985. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 7:30 P.M and funeral service 7:30 P.M. at Be-ttKHhem Baptist Church, 760 N.

Crescent. Interment Thursday, 9:30 A.M., Vine Street Hi Cemetery. G.S. Briggs, Pastor, officiating. McKeruie Funeral Home in charge.

HEALTHY MALES NEEDED TO PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH STUDY Must be between ages of 18-35 and willing to spend up to 5 consecutive days in the hospital; possibly 2 or 3 occasions. YOU WILL BE PAID A GENEROUS COMPENSATION I CALL 624-41 48 1 1 HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Males and females with known or suspected high blood pressure (diastolic reading between 95 and 114) between 18 and 65 yrs old, who are not on medication. Females must be past menopause or hysterectomized. Payment given for participation. For information call AAon-Fri, 9am-3pm.

CINTEST, INC. 231.2989 MUSICIAN Needs working band. Guitar, pedal steel, or bass FUNERAL NAME TIME DATE HOME BAIL Vernon H. 1:00 P.M. April 9 BARNES.

iomwSomm) 10 30 A M. Apr.l 10 Dolbort Woodruff BAUR, Rev. Harvey 7:30 P.M. April I rmwolle Memorial BECK, Clarence D. 8:00 P.M.

April 8 Paul R. Young BECKER. Chris 10:00 A.M. ApriH T.P. White Sow BOSSE.

Lavodo M. 1 1 :00 A.M. April I Dhonou-Rowwc. BREEN, Williom McKinley 1:00 P.M. April I Hooopp CAROVILLANO, Mono April! frederici CHEVALIER.

Poul i. 10:00 A.M. April? Choi. A. Miller Sow COLE-INGRAM, fonnie Helen 1 1:00 A.M.

April! Hodapp CRUICKSON, Mary I. (Sit 8:00 P.M. April 8 HollJoraon CULP, Mary Margaret 10:00 A.M. April NurreBroi. DOWNING, Anna M.

April! Seitert-Hordiq EDWARDS. Virginio Dorothea 1 1 :00 A.M. April 8 Dobbling FREEDMAN, Irene April! Weil Grovwide FRICKMAN, Clinton C. 10:30 A.M. April? Straws GERTZ, Charles Jr.

AprH? SchmidtDhonou GREIS, Raymond Joseph 11:00 A.M. April? MwiiMomp-ErtcheH HARGIS, Pearl McConn April! Quentin K. Stoley HICKEY, Henrietto 11:00 A.M. April! Middendor) HODGE, louro 10:00 A.M. April! Choi.

A. Miller Sow HURSH, Leoola April? Vorhis IACOBUCCI. ElitoP. 10:00 A.M. April! Nurrelroi.

INGRAM, Fannie Helen See Cole notice. JACKSON, Robert H. 11:00 A.M. April! 81 Meyer Sow JONES. Nannie 10:00 A.M.

April? Nicholli Mortuary KIEFER, Robert Dale 10:00 A.M. April? Crover-Hooiom KtUG, Viola April! Vorhis LENGERICH, Ruth I. 10:00 A.M. April? Neidhord LOHSE, Julio C. 10:00 A.M.

April! Geo. H. Rohde i Son McCLAIN, Deacon Jome Sr. 7:30 P.M. April 10 McKeniie McCROCKLIN, Mary 10:00 A.M.

April? Frederic! MEECE. James A. 1 1 :00 A.M. April! Tredwoy-Pollitt, Inc. MITCHELL.

Norma Lee 1:00 P.M. April! Holl-Jordan MORSCH, George F. 10:00 A.M. April 8 Gump-Holt MYERS, Gregory A. 10:00 A.M.

April 8 Thomas OSTERHAUS, FronHin (Front) 1 1:00 A.M. April 8 Hodapp PARKS, Theresa M. 10:00 A.M. April? Vitt Sterner PAYNE, Reginold Brown, li 10:30 A.M. April? Jamison a Jamison RETTIG, Mary Marawet 1 1:00 A.M.

April 9 Gilligon SCHEIDT, Margaret F. 8:00 P.M. April Dolbert i Woodruff SCHWARTZ, Daniel i. 10:00 A.M. April! NurreBroi.

SCHWARTZ, Emily 1 1:30 A.M. April! Weil SHAUCK, Ralph Eldon 1:00 P.M. April 8 T.P. White i Sow SR. JULIE CLARE, S.N.D.

Mary Clare Jacob) 7:00 P.M. April? Schmidt-Dhonou SR. MARIE AMADEA HEANEY, SC. April! Gilligon-Siefte STICKLEY, D.D.S. April! NurreBroi.

STILLINGER, Marion F. 11:00 A.M. April? Paul R.Young TIEMAN, Bower E. 10:30 A.M. April? Dobbling von ANTWERP, Florence Reece 1 1:00 A.M.

April 10 Schoefer-Busby WALDRON, Nettie 10:30 A.M. April? Bolton Uuwlord WEHRUNG, Down M. April! Anderson WITSCHGER, Glodys M. 1:30 P.M. April? T.P.

White 1 Sow YOUNG.EuloP. 10:30 A.M. April 8 Gilligon BREEN WiHam McKinley, beloved husband of Mildred E. Breen, son of the late E. Mildred Breen, dear father of Michael T.

Breen, dear brother of Dr. Patrick Breen, beloved nephew of Pearl Gohs and Sibby Wegener, also survived by two nieces and a nephew. Friday, April 4, 1985. A lite long resident of Cincinnati. Friends may can at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Monday from 12 noon until time of funeral service at 1 P.M.

Burial Oak Hills Cemetery. Remembrances may be made to the E. Mildred Breen Scholarship Fund, co College of D.A.A.P., university or uncirwaii CAROVILLANO Mario, beloved husband of Clara Carovinano (nee Carrel-U devoted father of Ronald Mario A. and Robert W. Carov-illano, also survived by ten grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.

Thursday, April 4, 1985. Age 72. Resident of White Oak. Visitation at the Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin, Monday from 9 to 10:30 A.M.

followed by Mass of Christian Burial at the Sacred Heart Church, Camp Washington at 1 1 A.M. CHEVALIER Paul beloved husband of Margaret Sernecz Chevalier, dear father of Debra Howe and Michael Chevalier of Springfield, Ohio, Cynthia Meece, Karen Blankenship, Joseph Chevalier of Houston, Tx Tina and Troy Chevalier, dear brother of John, Charles, Maurice, and Harold Chevalier, Lois Parker, Rita Babb, Joyce Turner, Audrey Tabben, Marilyn Fitzgerald and Virginia Stuntebeck, also survived by seven grandchildren. Friday, April 5, 1985. Age 53 years. Resident of Northside.

Friends may cat at the Oias A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Avenue at Knowlton Street, Northside, Monday, 5 to 8 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday, 10 A.M. Memorials may be made to the Breyer School for the Handicapped, Civic Center Drive, Cincinnati, 45231. COLE-INGRAM Fannie Helen (nee Begley), beloved wife of the late Steve Ingram and Lloyd Cole, dear mother of Mrs.

Jean Lipscomb of Frederick, also survived by 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, dear sister of Herbert, Robert, Dennie and Matt Begley, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman and Mrs. Gertrude Bowman. April 4, 1985 in Frederick, MD. Age 80 years.

Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Carthage, Sunday from 4 until 8 P.M. Funeral services, Monday morning, 11 A.M. at the funeral home. CRUICKSON Mary E. (Sis), dear wife of Clifton Cruickson, beloved mother of Stephen Cruickson and the late Clifton Cruickson, devoted sister of G.D.

Simpson, Essie Simpson, Ben Simpson and Sara Price, loving sister-in-law of Janette Simpson, Stella Simpson and Irene Simpson, also survived by 16 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, six great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends and the family minister, Winton M. Hill. April 2, 1985. Friends may call Monday from 6 until time of funeral service, 8 P.M. at the HaU-Jordan Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert Avenue.

Bros. John Kilgore and Jim Shaver officiating. Cremation following. BARNES James Samuel, beloved husband of NeN I. Dorton Barnes, 'devoted father of David A.

Barnes and Donna Carol Ben-gert, grandfather of James David and Karen Rose Barnes, James Michael and Jamie Mi- -chete Bengert. Saturday, April 6, 1985. Age 62 years. Visitation at the DaJberl and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudtnot Ave. at Queen Gty, Tuesday 5 to 9 P.M.

Funeral service Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. at the Westside Baptist Church, 3508 Glenway Ave. Visitation also at fhe church one hour before service. Memorials may be made to the Westside Baptist Church Roof Fund or the Oncoi- ogy Department of Deaconess Hospital. BAUR Reverend Mr.

Harvey lov-, ing husband of Margaret M. Baur (nee Hermel), devoted father of Alvin and Kathy Schaeper. John and Tina Grain-er, Steve and Margie Dunphy, Michael and Cindy Baur, Har- vey, Jr. and Karen Baur, brother of Rosa Mary Kuhn, Richard, Franklin and the late Raymond, Robert and John Baur, dear grandfather of 11 grandchildren. Resident of St.

Bernard. Wednesday, AprH 3, 1985. Age 56 years. Friends may caH at Sf. Clement Church, St.

Bernard, Monday from 5 to 7 P.M. followed by concele-brated Mass of Christian Burial at 7:30 P.M. Final prayer service and committal will be held Tuesday at 11 A.M. The Im-walle Memorial serving the family. BECK Clarence beloved husband of Myrtle Berndt Beck, devoted father of Mrs.

Joseph (Bonnie) Shafer, Mrs. Gerald (Terrl) Alcorn and Mrs. Cornell (Peggy) Montgomery, dear grandfather of Stephanie, Doug and Angela, brother of Howard Beck, Mrs. Mabel Keene and Mrs. Sandra Lushin.

Friday, April 5, 1985. Residence Greenhils. Celebration of Life Service at Heritage United Methodist Church, Compton and Perry Streets, Mt. Healthy, Monday at 8 P.M. Friends may call at the church from 7 P.M.

until time of service. Paul R. Young Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. If friends desire, remembrances may be sent to the Heritage United Methodist Church Memorial Fund. (((BECKER Chris, husband of the late Emma (Emiki) Becker (nee Bernewitz), devoted father of Bruce F.

Becker and Joan B. Bissel, grandfather of Caroline Becker Pearson, Sally and Elizabeth Becker, Ted and Mary BisseN, brother of Jennie Shaw. AprH 6, 1985. Formerly of Anderson Township. Services at the Mt.

Washington Presbyterian Church Chapel, Monday, April 8 at 10 A.M. T.P. White and Sons Funeral Home serving the family. Wo'W War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet HURSH Leaola (nee Marrs), beloved wife ot the late Lewis H.

Hursh, dear mother of Mrs. George (Elaine) Jordan, Lewis H. Hursh, Mrs. Paul (Mi-dred) Crane, Sr. and Robert Lee Hursh, also survived by 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

April 5, 1985. Residence Norwood. Friends may cal Monday from 6 to 8 P.M. at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Norwood, where funeral services wil be held Tuesday, AprH 9 at 1030 A.M. IACOBUCCI Elisa P.

(nee Petitti), beloved wife of the late Frank lacobuc-ci, dear mother of Felix lacobu-ccl and Mrs. Jack (Linda) WeMbaum, dear sister of Guido Petitti of Qumcy, Mass. and Ada Pafcjmbo of Salerno, Italy, grandmother of Mrs. Stephen (Sylvea Elisa) Geber of Cleveland, Ohio and Ray F. of New York and Laura Wellbaum, also survived by two greatgrandchildren.

Wednesday, April 3, 1985 at Good Samaritan Hospital. Age 92 years. Friends may cal at St. George Church Monday from 9:15 until time of mass of Christian burial, 10 A.M. Interment St.

Joseph New Cemetery. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home serving the family. JACKSON Robert beloved son of Nancy Snowden and Robert Jackson, loving brother of Mary, Michael and Patrick Jackson, grandson of Dorothy and Howard Jackson, also survived by many other relatives and friends. On Friday, AprH 5, 1985 at 7 years of age.

Visitation at B.J. Meyer Sons Colonial Funeral Home, 3726 Warsaw Ave. on Monday from 9:30 A.M. until 10:45 A.M. Mass at Holy Family Church at 11 A.M.

JONES Nannie (nee Holiday), beloved wife of Noah Jones, loving mother of Eugene and Floyd J. Jones, Mrs. Mary Conover, Mrs. Marie Cochran, Mrs. Lena Pflum and Mrs.

Barbara Green, dear sister of Mrs. Virgie Steele, loving grandmother of 19 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friday, April 5, 1985 at her residence. Friends may call Monday in the Nicholls Mortuary, 1712 Queen City Ave. from 6 to 9 P.M.

Funeral service Tuesday, 10 A.M. in fhe mortuary. Interment West Liberty, KY. KIEFER Robert Dale, beloved son of Robert and Darlene Kiefer, brother of Mrs. Brian (Denise) Thompson, Deanna and Deborah Kiefer, grandson of Grady and Francis Wilson and Em-mett and Ruth Kiefer, great-grandson of Mrs.

Lueta Long. Friends may call at the Craver-Hookom Funeral Home and Chapel, Milford, Monday from 6 to 8 P.M. Services Tuesday at 10 A.M. KLUG Viola (nee McCarty), beloved wife of the late Walter Klug, daughter of the late Verner McCarty dear sister of Evelyn Dannecker, Ocala, Elvera Wray, Lockland, Dolores Schuch, UnionviVe, also survived by two nieces, three nephews, great-aunt of ten nieces and eight nephews and great-great-aunt of four nieces and one nephew. Funeral services Monday, April 8, 1 Spring Grove Cemetery Norman Chapel.

Vorhis Funeral Hume, Lockland, in charge of arrangements. LENGERICH Ruth I. (nee Stuart), beloved wife of the late WiHiam L. Lengerich, devoted mother of Dolores Braun, Germaine (Geri) Thomas, WitHam, Richard and Bernard Lengerich, Judy Enginger and Linda Woodyard, also survived by 32 grandchildren and 19 greatgrandchildren, sister of Clara, Eleanor, Mary, Edith and Jeanne. Saturday, April 6, 1985.

Residence Cincinnati. Age 77 years. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Bartholomew Church, Winton Brentwood, Tuesday, April 9 at 10 A.M. Friends may call at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Mt.

Healthy, Tuesday morning from 9 A M. until time of Mass. If so desired, memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. LOHSE Julia C. (nee Smith), beloved wife of the late Walter A.

Lohse, dear mother of Barbara E. Schilling and Mary E. Crossed grandmother of Pamela Crosset, Barbara Hoffmeier and Susan Schilling, g-eat-grandmother of Tiphani E. Hoffmeier and sister of Mary McGill and Rose Loyacano. Thursday, AprH 4, 1985.

Services will be held at the United Church of Christ, 4100 Taylor Monday, April 8 at 10 A.M. No visitation. George H. Rohde and Son Funeral Home serving the family. If desired, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or the United Church of Christ (Oakley).

Tegnot7ces McCROCKLIN Mary H. (nee GosHn), beloved wife of Bernard N. McCrockNn, stepmother of Charles Bradbury and Kathy Allen, dear sister of Virginia Flynn and the late Thomas Gosim, also survived by four grandchildren. Friday, April 5, 1985. Age 55.

Visitation Monday 4 to 9 P.M. at the Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin, where services wil be hetd Tuesday at 10 A.M. MEECE James beloved husband of Lela Wyatt Meece, father of Mrs. Judy Huddleston, Mrs.

Debra Witt, Jimmy Generich, Jerry and Bill Edwards, also four brothers, three sisters and six grandchildren. Friday, AprH 5, 1985. Friends may cal at the Tredway-Politt Funeral Home, 2131 Cameron Norwood, Monday from 10 A.M. until services at 11 A.M. MITCHELL Norma Lee, beloved widow of the late Lewis Mitchell, dear aunt of Mr.

and Mrs. Homer L. Meade of N.J., Mr. LaRue and Mrs. Gussie McCall of Montgomery, AL Mr.

Wallace Benson and Walter Benson of Columbus, Edward Wilson, Yonkers, N.Y., Azleia Wilson, CA. and Marian Dunbar, Chattanooga, loving great-aunt of Homer L. Meade, II, devoted friend of Truman and Nancy Harris and Lillie White, also survived by other relatives and many friends. AprH 4, 1985. Friends may cal Monday from 11 to time of funeral services, 1 P.M.

at Shitoh Seventh Day Adventist Church. Dr. J.C. Palmer officiating. Interment Beechgrove Cemetery.

Arrangements entrusted to Hal-Jordan Funeral Home. MORSCH George beloved husband of Bertha Morsch (nee Noel), devoted father of George J. and Donald R. Morsch, also survived by nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friday, April 5, 1985.

Age 87 years. Resident of Westwood. Friends may cal at the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glen-more Cheviot, Monday, April 8 from 9 A.M. until time of service at 10 A.M. If so desired, memorials may be made to Philippus United Church of Christ, 106 W.

McMicken 45210. MYERS Gregory beloved husband of Edna May Myers (nee Ren-shaw), dear brother of Selma and Carmen Myers, dear brother-in-law of Marie and Louis Schuerman. April 3, 1985. Friends may call at the Thomas Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Avenue, Madisonville, Monday from 9 to 10 A.M. Funeral services, 10 A.M.

Interment Baltimore Pike Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the charity of your choice. OSTERHAUS Franklin (Frank), beloved husband of Marie Osterhaus (nee Mauntel), dear father of Jerome and Dennis Osterhaus and Janice (Osterhaus) Mauntel, dear father-in-law of Janet and Linda Osterhaus and Paul L. Mauntel, also survived by five grandchildren. Thursday, April 4, 1985.

Age 69 years. No visitation at the funeral home. Friends are welcome to attend the Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Little Flower, Mt. Airy, Monday, 11 A.M. Remembrances may be made to the Southwestern Ohio Lung Association, 2330 Victory Parkway, 45206.

Hodapp Funeral Home, College Hill, serving the family. PARKS Theresa M. (nee Moreno), devoted mother of Lee Ann Fal, dear mother-in-law of Frank Fall, beloved grandmother of Diane Young, great-grandmother of Peter Young, dear sister of Rita Robertson Schmidt, Mary Morris, Angela Schmurr, Ann Loehl, Gus Moreno and the late Helen Moreno, Rose Fantetti, Nellie Rolf and Patrick Moreno. Friday, April 5, 1985 in her 62nd year. Resident of Fairmount.

Friends may call at the Vitt and Stermer Funeral Home, 3425 Harrison Avenue, Cheviot, on Monday, April 8 from 4 to 9 P.M. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 A.M. Funeral mass, San Antonio Church at 10 A.M. EWorld War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces Spanish-Amer. War Vet TegaTnotTce Area Death Notices Reginald Brown, I.

Apr! 4, 1985. Beloved husband of Josephine (nee Berry) Payne, loving son of Norman Stubbs and the late Mary Elizabeth Brown Payne, survived by two sons; Raymond Berry Payne, III and Roderick Allen Payne, one daughter; Regina Marie Elizabeth Payne, one brother, Ray mond stubbs Payne, on sister; Norma Payne Richardson, one daughter-in-law; Lilian A. Payne, grandfather of Roderick Alen Payne, I and Renee April Payne, two uncles; William Cassel Brown and James Thomas Brown, aunts; Linda Fields Price, Delia Allen Wal-drop, Doretta H. Brown, also survived by four brothers-in-law; Ronald W. Richardson, Carl F.

Berry, Raymond Berry and Edmund Berry, two sisters-in-law, Mary Darling Payne and Minnie Richardson and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services wil be Tuesday, AprH 9 at 10:30 A.M. at the St. Andrew Roman Catholic Church. Father Meyers, Pastor.

Visitation Monday, 6 to 9 P.M. at Jamison and Jamison Funeral Home, 3477 Montgomery Rd. Interment wW be at St. Mary Cemetery. RETTIG Mary Margaret (nee McEvil- ley), beloved wife of the late Albert F.

Rettig, devoted moth er of Mary Catherine (Kit) Overbeck and Robert Rettig, sister ot Mary tilers and the late Elizabeth Buse, grandmother of Cathy, Andrew and David Overbeck Friday, April 5, 1985. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lord Christ the King Church, Tuesday, April 9 at 1 1 A.M. No visitation. The family requests memorials be made to the Sisters of St. Ursula, 1339 E.

McMillan Cincinnati, 45206. GiUigan Funeral Home In charge. SCHEIDT Margaret F. (nee Kabel), beloved wife of the late Wiliam L. Scheidt, devoted mother of William E.

and Thomas R. Scheidt, also survived by six grandchildren, sister of Mar-cella Schwind and Norma Kabel. Thursday, April 4, 1985. Age 78 years. Mass of Christian burial Monday, 8 P.M.

at St. Vincent de Paul Church, River Road. Visitation Monday 5:30 P.M. until time of prayers at 7:30 P.M. the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Avenue at Queen City, rf so desired, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

SCHWARTZ Daniel husband of Tina Hardy Schwartz, son of Alice Roach Schwartz and the late Edward Schwartz, brother of Jerry, Richard and Terry Ann Schwartz and Mary Alice Deardorff. Thursday, April 4, 1985. Age 38 years. Friends are invited to attend a memorial mass Monday, 10 A.M. at Our Mother of Sorrows Church.

Nurre Bros. Funeral Home assisting the family. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. SCHWARTZ Emily, beloved wife of the late Ralph Schwartz, devoted mother of Herbert Schwartz of New Orleans and Alfred Schwartz, dear sister of Jack Mitchel of AsheviUe, N.C., Betty and Drew Healy of Miami, Grace and Stan Piates and the late Harold Mitchel. Services Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Monday, April 8 at 11:30 A.M.

In lieu of other remembrances, memorial contributions may be made to the Doctor's Hospital Oncology Department, Coral Gables, v.ouk) be appreciated. SHAUCK Ralph Eldon, beloved husband of Leora L. Shauck (nee Lud-wick), devoted father of John E. and the late Stephen C. Shauck, brother of Zelma Shaffer and Charles E.

Shauck, grandfather of Michelle, Theresa, Kathy, Karen, John and Stephen Shauck. April 5, 1985. Residence Mt. Washington. Services at the Mt.

Washington Presbyterian Church, Monday, April 8, at 1 P.M. Friends may cal at the church Monday, 11:30 A.M. to 1 P.M. Memorials to the Neediest Kids of AH or charity of your choice. SR.

JULIE CLARE, S.N.D. (Mary Clare Jacob) Sister of John Jacob, Mrs. Helen Griesebaum and Mrs. Walter J. Burke.

Died Thursday, AprH 4, 1985 at Notre Dame Convent, 701 E. Columbia Reading in the 68th year of her religious profession. Relatives and friends may call at the Notre Dame Convent, Tuesday, April 9 from 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Mass in the Convent Chapel, Tuesday at 7 P.M. SR.

MARIE AMADEA HEANEY, S.C. Dear sister of Rev. John Hea-ney, S.J. of Dallas, Dr. James Heaney of North Miami, Mrs.

Mary Beirgia of Corpus Christl, TX. and Mrs. Dorothy Paul of Albuquerque, N.M. April 4, 1985. Visitation Monday, April 8 at the Mother House, Mount Saint Joseph, OH.

from 4 to 7 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial celebrated by Rev. Heaney at 7 P.M. at the Mother House Chapel. GiHigan-Siefke Funeral Home in charge.

LEGAL NOTICES 007994 STILLINGER Marion beloved husband of Zeita Spangler Jones Stilinger, brother of Mrs. J.C Hazel Nye and Mrs. Alice Redfearn. Friday, AprH 5, 1985. Residence Colerain Township.

He was a retired mailer, being a member of the International Typographical Union Mailers Local 1 7. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 1) A.M. at the Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Avenue, Mt. Healthy.

Friends may cal Monday from 6 to 8 P.M. Remembrances may be sent to the Shriners Burns Institute or the donor's favorite charity. TIEMAN Bower beloved husband of Dorothy Parrott Tieman, devoted father of Mrs. Lois Schneider, Robert, Wiliam and Roger Tieman, dearest brother of Mrs. Melvin Wuest, also surviving are 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Friday, AprH 5, 1985. Residence 830 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas, KY. Age 80 years. Funeral services, 10:30 A.M.

Tuesday, Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue. Visitation Monday, 6 until 8 P.M. Memorials are requested to the First Baptist Church of Dayton or Christ United Church of Christ, Ft. Thomas. van ANTWERP Florence Reece, wife of the late Nicholas van Antwerp, beloved mother of Mary van Antwerp Fabe, EHen van Antwerp Barrows and the late Rita van Antwerp Gibson, grandmother of Dana Lissy, Billy, Ettie and the late George van Antwerp Fabe, Thomas and Barbara Barrows and Jeremy and Nicholas Gibson, also leaves six great-grandchildren.

Saturday, April 6, 1985. Residence Cincinnati, Ohio. Memorial services will be held at the Church of the Advent, Kemper and Cross Lane, on Wednesday, April 10, at 11 A.M. Mrs. van Antwerp was a member of the Cavendish Club and the Maternity Society.

If so desired, memorials may be made to the Church of the Advent. Schaefer and Busby Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. WALDRON Nettie (nee KoHing), devoted wife of the late Thomas Wah dron, dear aunt of Janet Cos-bey, Bruce, Robert and Richard Lowe and Kathy KoHing, dear great-aunt of Eric and Todd Schaumloffel. Friday, April 5, 1985. Resident of West-wood.

Funeral service Tuesday at 10:30 A.M. at the Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Avenue, West-wood. Visitation Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:30 A.M. WEHRUNG Dawn beloved wite of the late Arthur W. Wehrung, dear mother of Cheryl L.

St. Clair, Michael A. Wehrung and Rene C. Bachman, devoted grandmother of Kevin and Christy St. Clair, Jeffrey and David Wehrung and Jessica Bachman.

Wednesday, March 3, 1985, Reading. Friends may cal at the Anderson Funeral Home, 8611 Winton Fin-neytown, Monday, II A.M. untH funeral service at 1 P.M. If so desired, contributions may be made to the American Can cer Society. WITSCHGER Gladys M.

(nee Vogelsang), beloved wife of LeRoy J. Witschger, devoted mother of Sharon W. Kunz, grandmother of Jenelle and Glenn Kunz, cousin of Ruth Shawver, mother-in-law of Gordon Kunz. AprH 5, 1985. Residence White Oak Services at the T.P.

White and Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Avenue, Mt. Washington, Tuesday, April 9, at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call Tuesday, 1 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. Memorials to the Heart Fund or charity of your choice.

YOUNG Eula P. (nee Walton), beloved wife of Irwin R. Young, dear mother of Rev. Irwin and Kenneth E. Young, sister of Juanita D.

England, Robert and the late Wilson and Richard Walton, grandmother of Kenneth Raymond Christine Mark A. and Kathryn A. Young. Friday, April 5, 1985. Friends may cal at the Gilligan Funeral Home, Montgomery at Galbraith, Sunday, 5 to 9 P.M.

Funeral Mass at St. Saviour Church, Monday at 10:30 A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS SERVICES FUNERAL HOME 26 1 0146 iac. MIIIIS MAMSM HI. ELDEN A.

GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 RADEL (R) FUNERAL JJ HOMES Serving Over a Century Rebold Funeral Home 3700 Glenmore 661-6200 Tufts Funeral Home Loveland 683-2430 WITT, GOOD KELSCH OAKLEY SQ. 531-0105 LEGAL NOTICES FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, notice Is hereby given that on I 4 84, in Evendale, Ohio, the following item was seized by Agents of the FBI for violation of Title 21, United States Code, Section 88): 1978 Chevrolet Van, VIN: CGR 348444. Steps are being taken lor forfeit this property pursuant to Title 19, United Slates Code, Sec-lions 1602-1619; Title 21, Code of Federal Reaulatlons. Sections 13167 and Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations, Sections 9 Any person desiring to place this matter in the United States District Court In order to contest the forfeiture must file with the FBI, a Claim and Cost Bond of S2.300 or ten percent of the value ot the E1 LEGAL NOTICES claimed property, whichever is lower, but not less than S250 on or before 4,22 IS Otherwise, the property will be aorninistrattvety forletteo.

Interested parties may file a petition for remission or mitgation ot the forfeiture with the FBI. Tins petition must conform to the requirements outlined in the aoove-cited authorities. All correspondence should be submitted in triplicate to the FBI, Room 9023, Federal Office Bmldifig, 550 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Attention: Forfeiture Assistant. Communications should reference Seizure Number 316O-8S-0O5 and contain an accurate description of the property. 002928.

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST-FOR-PROPOSALS Summer Youth Employment and Training Program under Public Law 97-300 (JTPA: Job Training Partnership Act). A Request-for -Proposal Conference wil be held by the Hamilton County Employment and Training Agency at the Forest Park Municipal Building, 1201 West Kemper Road, on Monday, AprH 1985 at 9:30 a.m. Organizations, agencies andor persons interested in submitting applications for the delivery of Summer Youth Employment and Training Program (SYETP) protects are invited to be present. Details of SYETP activities for which applications will be requested and baseline data will be presented Request-for-Proposals IRFP) application packest may be picked up in advance of the meeting. Packest are available at the Hamilton County Employment and Training Office, Room 301, 230 East Ninth Street, from 8:30 a.m.

to 4:00 p.m Monday through Friday. 003064 CARD OF THANKS ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATH NOTICES CARD OF THANKS MMEMORIAM FLORISTS RELIGIOUS, SOCIAL EVENTS SOOETES AND LODGES MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES LOST AND FOUND STORK REPORT EDUCATION NSTRUCTION TRAVEL ClPPORTUNmES FARM AND PRODUCE GREETINGS PLANTS ACCESSORES MSURANCE fNCOME TAX DIRECTORY LEGAL SERVICES SPORTS TICKETS MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES ANY TRAINS WANTED Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, HO, etc. Any condition. 441-8554 ATTENTION BARGAIN HUNTERS CALL WHKK, 727-2500 MON through FRI 7- 10pm ATTENTION! Wanted: Single, Divorced, Unattached Men and Women who are looking for a fresh and effective alternative to the dating game. You can start meeting quality people wnenever you want, just cai in-7200.

You risk nothing, except another so-so weekend (at the bars). MATCHMAKER BALL00NS-N-TUNES JUST GOOD CLEAN 961-2506 BAND Needed to back up singer, tor Marlboro Talent Contest. Split winnings, must be 21. 331-3628 CASH PAID Plasma donors needed. S9 donation fee.

Hours 7am-2pm Monday thru Saturday. This ad worth additional S5 to first time donors or ok) donors absent for more than 6 mos. Ohio Blood Plasma, Inc. 1 130 Main St. CEMETERY Lots-4, Rest Haven Memorial Park.

Beautiful Garden of Memories S1150 all 741-2022 CEMETERY PLOT-4 graves. S1.000 for all. Arlington Memorial Gardens, Compton Rd 683-2606 CUPID'S BOW SINGLES WHY BE LONELY? Friendship and dates 677-0488 DIVORCE Reasonable fees. Terms possible. Call: TERRY M.

TRANTER Attorney at Law, 621-9204 EASTERN ONION SINGING TELEGRAMS 281 -SING ON AND AFTER Tins dale I wil not be responsible for debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Edmund 5trauss FOR THE HANDICAPPED Accent on Living Magazine, S6yr. 3 yrs for S15. Accent Buyers Guide 10.70 Maucher 941-6268, GRASS CUTTING Commercial 'Residential. 861-0050 GUITAR, BASS KEYBOARD needed lor Rock and Soul band.

Cal Kenny Mon 8, Wed at 681-1264. HAVE You received your IRA yet? it not can peter spoen; 89 1-0282 or 829-3022 HERB YOUR WEIGHT OFF-Safe, easy. Feel better. I'm doing It so can you. Will deliver 581-3545 KARATE Professional Instruction cal 781-4144 MALE VOCALIST-Lookino tor band.

Have excellent range, can sing any style. 1-502-484-2934 MEMBERSHIP Of Family Serv- ice of the Cincinnati area are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday April 24, I9BS at 12:00 noon at the central of fice, 205 West 4th Street, Cincin nati, OH. At this meetlna we wW elect Trust ees and transact other business which may properly come before me meeting nw, jci-sjw METRO MATE Meets everv sinale'i need Free details Box 1 18755 Cintl 45211 1 vocals hxi after 5pm NEW CINTI AREA WHOLESALER Wanting retail outlets for sport and work socks. 45pair- Great promotion and money-maker for school, basebal and socker teams. Phone 922-4366 SINGLE? Consider THE SINGLE FLE.

A better way to meet via video screening. Can 528-102 Mon-Thurs 12-8, Sat 10-3. SINGLE? Meet that special VERY LOWEST FEES Call DA TELINEHOW 721-4554 SINGLES DANCE Every Sun night. 8 to midnight at Holiday Inn East9ate-S4-t83-4400 SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIMS James Wiiams, Attorney, 721-1094 ST JUDE THANK YOU FOR AN-SWERING MY PRAYERS. D.W.

THOUSAND TRAILS MEMBERSHIP For sale. Charier member. S4500. Dick Pitharoutis, 1105 96th Yakima Wash. 98908; 509-966-9251 days or 509-965-3063 eves VACATION RENTAL Passenger or conversion vans, 5-15 passenger, unlimited mileage avail.

MIKE ALBERT LEASING INC. 563-1400. Ask for Mr. Green. WALLEYE FISHING Western Lake Erie Wateye Capital Large ooats, experiencea guoes Full day trip Excellent rates (419)865-4332.

(419)385-1779 WANTED TO BUY-World War US, German, Jap, etc. Medals, badges, swords, etc. 574-4509 NOTICE Occasionally due to unforeseen, circumstances Classified Section couid be separated LOST AND FOUND FOUND-Abandoned large mixed Temate aog; appears wea rrainea. t-ree to gooo nome. rexjru FOUND Pleasant Ridae area.

Lonesome male Cocker Spaniel. can oetween 3-8pm omy 6J 1-0675 FOUND-SmaH shaggy male dog. Covcdale 481-1938 LOST AH white male dog, part German Shepherd, Harrison Ave area, call bo-jsiu LOST Behind ear hearing aid. minus ear moio, oeige piasuc (2x'1). Music Hal 3 30.

242-2444 LOST Cannon AE 35mm camera Greater Cinti Airport 31985. Reward 542-4534 LOST-CheviotWestwood. 2 wks. ago. Brown shopping bagpersonal papers.

Generous rewarg. 4g i- i6z LOST Dog, male, small, long body, long mufti color hair, Pippen i 1-275. Call 851-0068 LOST Dover, Indiana. Toy fox terrier, male, black white. Reward 812-576-3910, 513-353-4090 LOST Friday night, tri-color gold necklace, in vicinity of The Precinct.

Sizeable reward 829-2419 LOST Gold clip and post ear ring. Downtown or Contemporary Art Center. Reward. 761-1392 LOST Gray male cat, gold-yellow eyes, Cc4umbia-Tuscuium area, 125 REWARD. Call 871-4479.

LOST-Hound mix, mostly black, 50 lb. Name on ccar Meeks. S50 Re- ward. Walnut Hils. Bil 751-3755, 8-4 LOST Ladies diamond ring, 3 25-27.

Western HiNs Shopping Center or Deer Park. Reward. 922-7313 LOST Mar 23, lady's dinner ring vicinity of Kenwood Mai Plaza, Hyde Park Plaza. 1 Gold Circle at Riage Kewaro. i-wvj, i-xv i LOST Northbrook area, brown female shepherdhound mix named Tara.

has collar wrm tags. BZ5- uv LOST-REWARD, male black labrador retriever, gray around mouth, female black labrador mixed, white paws. Locust Corner area, 53-731 LOST-Very large German Shep- nero rmxeo, reoaisnorown cowr. Green rownsnip area, iw LOST-2 white Samoyeds. Both male.

SO lbs ea. 'Baron' 1 'Kobi'. Anderson'Mt Washington area. Reward 232-6253 EDUCA TION INSTRUCTION EVALUATION OF PERSONALITY Handwriting analysis course be ginning Mon. May 6.

CaH 761-9368 early morning, iate afternoon. Da-liya Robson, 761-9368 (Certified Graphoanalysls) Write 231 Comp- ton Kioge un. 43z GUITAR LESSONS-Learn how to play read music. S5.00 per hr: 7-Hills area. Cal 742-0807 TRAVEL OffORTUNITIES AUTO DRIVEAWAY CT; NY, Fla, Tuscon, AZ; Washinoton, DC; Texas, gas pd to NJ 8, PA.

385-6654 PERSON NEEDS RIDE N.Colege HiH to town starting 51, 6am down 8. 3pm back 931-2464 SAN DIEGO-Leaving April 82. Need someone to share drivings-pay own expenses. 489-1 145 INCOME TAX DIRECTOR (i L1 ATTENTION: Taxes prepared your home or mine-Cheviot. Reasonable.

9am-9pm, 7 days. Ralph Bretoi Tax Service, 661-7537, 662-4816 CPA MBA Income Tax Service. Al Forms. My home or Yours. Reasonable Rates.

331-4518 PEARL-Tax Service, Pleasant Ridae. 61 13 Ridge. IO40A-Slate, S15- up uonr-orney, Mgr 6JI-UUU6 TAX RETURNS PREPARED PERSONAL OR BUSINESS 931-4262 or 367-0277 SFORTS WANTEO-Softbal teams. League openings at Kolping park. Men, women mixed couples.

681-9236 TICKETS AIRLINE TICKET-12) To Las Vegas, must sell. May 17 return May 20 242-4360 NEED TO PURCHASE BENGALS SEASON TICKETS 791-3138 or 791-2575 REDS TICKETS-Sell partial, 10 games or more, of 2 season tickets, front row, red seats behind plate. IU KTT K. IBM VI-Z44 TOP DOLLAR PAIO-For 2 Opening Day Reds tickets. Cat 522-6170, 610pm WANTED-Tickets to the Firm concert.

Good seats only. Wi pay 125 ea Dave 861-7464 Announcements GREIS Raymond Joseph, beloved husband of Mrs. Lillian Greis (nee Raum), dear father of Mrs. Carole Bertram, Mrs. Marilyn Ritter, Mrs.

Beverly Poe and Raymond J. Greis, also survived by 13 grandchildren and sister; Sr. Mary Felix Greis. April 6, 1985. Residence 7 Rosa Place, Cold Spring, KY.

Prayers at the the Muehtenkamp-Erschel Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas, 427 S. Ft. Thomas Tuesday at 10:30 A.M. Mass of the Christian Burial, St.

Joseph Church, 11 A.M. Visitation 9:30 to 10:30 A.M. Tuesday at the funeral home. HARGIS Pearl McCann (nee Massey), dear wife of the late Frank McCann and Andrew Hargis, dear mother of the late Cecil McCann, also survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. April 4, 1985.

Residence Deer Park. Friends may caH Monday, 1 P.M. until time of service, 2 P.M. at the Quen-tin K. Staley Funeral Home, 7140 Plainfield Rd, Deer Park.

Burial Dale Cemetery, Con-nersville, IN. HICKEY Henrietta (nee Schmid), beloved wife of the late WiHiam F. Hickey, D.D.S. Saturday, April 6, 1985. Residence Madonna Manor, Villa Hills.

Age 87 years. Memorial Mass Monday, April 8, at Madonna Manor Chapel, 2344 Amsterdam Road, Villa Hills, at 11 A.M. No visitation. Interment St. Mary Cemetery.

Midden-dorf Funeral Home, 917 Main Street, Covington, in charae of arrangements. Memorials may be made to Madonna Manor. LEGAL NOTICES Death Notices GULP Mary Margaret, dear aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. Friday, April 5, 1985. Age 49 years.

Friends may call at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Pleasant Ridge, Tuesday, 9 A.M. until time ot Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Cecilia Church, Oakley. Interment St.

Martin Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. DOWNING Anna M. (nee Ayers), beloved wife ot the late Eugene Downing, dear mother ot Eugene Downing, Mrs. Mary D.

Stein-berger and Mrs. Louise Vogjer, dear sister of Lee, Louie and Clyde Ayers and the late Mabel Davis, loving mother-in-law of Peggy Downing and Leslie Vogler, loving grandmother of four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Thursday, April 4, 1985. Residence Sayler Park. Age 91.

Friends may call in the Seifert-Hardig Funeral Home, 138 Monitor Sayler Park, Monday from 12 noon until time of service at 2 P.M. in the funeral home. Interment St. Joseph New Cemetery. EDWARDS Virginia Dorothea (nee Heus-er), beloved wife of the late Arthur Edwards, dear sister of Grace Murray and Stewart Heuser.

Residence Alexandria, Ky. Thursday, April 4, 1985. Age 76. Services Monday, April 8 at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas at 11 A.M.

Visitation Monday, 9 to 1 1 A.M. FREEDMAN Irene of the Amberley House. Devoted wife of Harry Freed-man, dear mother of Stanley and Ines Freedman of Hong Kong and Richard and Arlene Freedman of Los Angeles, loving sister of Morry Goldstein of New Orleans, also survived by four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, dearest aunt of Estelle Wasserman and Shirley Lutchin. Graveside services, Monday, April 8. Procession leaves Well Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd.

at 10 A.M. The family requests there be no visiting at their residence. Memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated. FRICKMAN Clinton beloved husband of Mary Carol Frlckman, devoted father of Phyllis Frlckman and Chris Carter, devoted son of Herta and the late Clinton Frickman, devoted brother of Lois Francia. Friday, April 5, 1985.

Resident of Blue Ash. Friends may can from 6 to 8 P.M. Monday at the Strawser Funeral Home, 9503 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash. Services 10:30 A.M. Tuesday.

GERTZ Charles beloved husband of Annetta Gertz (nee Greathouse), dear father of Charles Ill, Geoffrey, Stephen, Roger and KeHy Gertz, Hollie Bunts and Kristy Schalck, dear brother of William, Melvin, Thomas, Robert and Anthony Gertz, Mary Moran, Rita Kirkwood and Patricia Cain, grandfather of Tiffany Schalck. Resident of Cincinnati. April 6, 1985. Age 62. Friends may call at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Road, Reading, Monday from 4 to 8 P.M.

Funeral Mass Tuesday at 10 A.M. at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Reading. When you have an announcement to make, let the Cincinnati Classifieds make it for you! The following classifications help simplify your task, give your message greater visibility and bring you fast results: A Death Notices B-Card of Thanks In Memorlam D-Florists E-Religtous, Social Events F-Societies and Lodges O-Miscellaneous Notices H-Lost and Found I Stork Report J-Education and Instruction Travel Opportunities L-Farm and Produce Greetings -Plants and Accessories P-Income Tax Directory Sports T-Tickets Cinrinnati Classifieds Call 421-6300 today for your results tomorrow! Be a part of HISTORIC REDEVELOPMENTIn the Downtown "BETTS-LONGWORTH HISTORIC DISTRICT" Persons interested in winning a Historical Butding to renovate are Invited to attend an Information Meeting on Aprl 9, 1985 at 7:30 P.M. In City Council Chambers.

3rd Floor, Gty Hal, 801 Plum Street. A description of the program and lottery application details wW be explained at this meeting. If interested, applications must be picked up at this meeting. No appacations wi be mailed or released at any other time. The 1-4 Family buildings being offered for sale by the city to owner occupants and Investors wil be open for Public Inspection on Sunday, April 14, 1985 from 1:00 P.M.

Eligible participants may take advantage of: -95 financing on redevelopment costs -25 Tax Investment Credit for renovating historic buildings Thirty year, fixed rate mortgages at 30 below market rate financing -City write-down on property purchase price -Tax Abatement on renovation costs -City's commitment of public utilities and streetscape Improvements The Housing Lottery wlH be held on June 20, 1985. Eligibility for participation the lottery ft based on certain requirements. Applicants should: -Have the necessary funds or the financial ability to borrow funds sufficient to renovate the building In code compliance. -Comply with rehabilitation specifications for historic buildings. -Comply with the Secretary of Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation.

-Comply with aH Program Rules and Regulations. Comply with terms of Real Estate Sales Agreement for the redevelopment of the property. Priority In the Selection for the lottery is given to: 1 present and former residents of the West End, 2) individuals who wil be owner-occupants, and 3) Investors. Al participants must be financially capable. FOR BEST RESULTS CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 421-6300 for further Information, please call tu Broomfteld at 3(2-3735 Department of Neighborhood Housing and Conservation MCivM tIMMCafiiMi(nn(MiW).

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