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B-10Business news THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, September 13, 1991 lega Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising .lUEnCilEfl'S cFurqiture Colerain Exit I-275 mile from Northgate Mall (Galbrailh Rd.) UNBEATABLE PRICES STOREWIDE SALE Pennsylvania Solid Cherry or Solid Oak u u Traders leave no trail Government bond market lacks means for tracing trades THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON - A New York Stock Exchange official told a Sen Queen Anne Style Occasional Tables In Oak or Cherry Cor" C. M'.ni JiSSEEin1: SHCQOO row Choice' I 'UpWnrwj.nq 1 Jit lion iff ffCk uxJ Oiaw Anne jly Au"vk Myttd in jow :ho'iy w sold jfjk wU ixxawxiol i t i.M . . ,. , .. , -.Vt -V ate panel Thursday that uncovering wrongdoing by a large member firm like Salomon Brothers in the lightly regulated government securities markets "would be extraordinarily lucky." In testimony before a Senate subcommittee seeking prescriptions to head off future government securities scandals, the NYSE's . Edward A. Kwalwasser said under current rules there were few records to examine. In the corporate securities markets, transactions are done electronically or recorded on computers after face-to-face trades. Such record-keeping is known as an audit trail that lets regulators backtrack a transaction if a question or dispute arises. Regulators unarmed "In the government market there isn't any audit trail so that on the surveillance side, there's nothing for us to look at," Kwalwasser told members of the Senate Banking Committee's finance subcommittee. The panel has been looking into reforms of the government securities market after Salomon, one of 39 primary dealers in Treasury bonds, bills and notes, admitted several violations last month. Noting that Salomon averaged 8,000 transactions a day in the secondary, or public, government securities markets, the Big Board official said: "for our examiners to pick up one transaction would be extraordinarily lucky." In testimony before Senate and House panels recently, federal regulators have insisted that their discovery of Salomon's wrongdoing was not just an accident due to a bogus customer bid by Salomon. Kwalwasser, head of the NYSE's Regulatory Group, was joined by Joseph Hardiman, president of the National Association of Securities Dealers, in calling for more automation in the government securities markets. Oak" 5 pc I duie anQ 4 cnairs warner iauinei Reg.1198 $598 Reg.M099 $698 H Owl An utiles 9 Solid to i A pc. :w. ill? II mm. Ill- 4 ir IC ''.,'", SATURDAY 10 HI 5 pm SUNDAY 12 lil 5 pm Tables! viima Reg.1998 $998 ilVj rm ' $68 each piece 0 12 OFF If You Are Looking For A CAR, TRUCK Or VAN, The Place To Look Is In THE ENQUIRER And POST CLASSIFIED SECTIONS! CALL 421-6300 TODAY Let Us Help You SELL, BUY Or TRADE permission to merge with another insured depository Instl-tutton where resulting Institution will be a State member bank. We intend to merge Hunter Savings Association, Cincinnati, Ohio with The Provident Bank as the surviving in stitution, ihe tveoerai reserve considers a number of factors In deciding whether to approve the application, including the record of performance of banks we own in helping to meet local credit needs. You are Invited to submit comments in writing on this application to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, 455 East Sixth street, Cleve land, Ohio 44114, The comment period will not end before September 23, 1991, and may be somewhat longer. The Board's procedures for processing applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262 as revised, Press Release (January 31, 1984J, 49 Federal Register uj (February 14, 1984), Proce dures tor processing protested applications may be touno at t C.F.R. Part 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Board s procedures or it you need more Information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact Andrew C. Burkle, Jr., Community Affairs Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, (216) 579-2175. The Reserve Bank will consider your comments and any re quest for a public meeting or formal hearing on tne appnea- lon if tney are receiveo Dy ine Reserve Bank on or before the last date of the comment period. 41481 Real Estate For Sale Homes, Ohio 100 103 105 110 115 117 120 123 125 127 130 135 137 140 143 145 147 New Construction Homes, Kentucky Homes, Indiana Home Inspections Mobile Homes Condominiums Real Estate Services Home Improvement Modular Homes Custom, Pie-cut Homes Real Estate Loans Resort Memberships Resort PropertySale Florida Property Out-of-State Property FarmsCountry Homes Land for SaleResidential 150 Apartments for Sale 155 160 165 170 175 177 180 183 185 190 195 197 Land tor Sale Land for Lease Industrial for Sale Industrial for Lease Retail for Lease Retail for Sale Office SpacuLeasn Office SpaceSale Investment Property Real Estate Exchange Real Estate Wanted Hornet tor Sale 100 Ohio HUD ACQUIRED PROPERTIES watch tor our ads every 1 nursoay m mis paper. Designing especially for you has become a tradition for us. Carey Homes 791-5950,734-3636 ANDERSON ALR U82 New Listing! Ranch with concrete pad for boat trailer, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car garage, family rm, laundry. AH on ranch level, full basement. S 109,900. Ann Ries 23?-?900, 753-5216 WEST SHELL. INC. ARE YOU RELOCATING WE HAVE OVER 6200 OFFICES ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO HELP YOU FIND THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS. CALL TODAY! 772-7733 CENTURY 21 Champions REAL ESTATE AVONDALE-No money down, 4 BR, newly remodeled. Must have co-signer. $58,900. 3962 Glencross 369-3320. BATAVIA-4 bdrm bl-level, dining rm, 2 baths, family rm, 2 wbfp's, 2-car garage, trees, privacy. 4.5 acres in area of prestigious homes. $110,000. Frank Brown, Margis Keaity isi-ruf BETHEL FIRST AD Historic home! 9 rm, 4 bdrm, 4 bath. Brick & cedar. Natural woodwork. Country kitchen. Rose DeBorde, Inc 791 0700 BETHEL-Lovely 2 story 6 rm home. 4 BRs, Ig eat In kit, sun porch 12x25 & lots of closet space. 2 car det garage & storage bldg on Wacre lot. See to appreciate S62,9O0. 734-6300. BETHEL SCHOOLS 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, den wfirepl., CA, 1 acre, fenced bkyd, smalt barn, 15 min. to 1-275, M,900. By Owner, 553-6412. BLUE ASHSYCAMORE-Lg 4 BR, 2'i BA, eat-in kit, wooded lot. Try offer! Marvin Lieber-man 531-2110, 731-1951 EQUITABLE REALTORS BRIDGETOWN (691) 3 BR ranch wLR, DR, kit, FR, laundry & study, FP, wet bar, cathedral ceilingXCjA.i Steve Junker Realtors 922-5666 BRIDCETOWN-Enchanting 3 BR ranch, CA, 5 In 1, captivating kitchen, DR. Oak Hills Lourdes Sch. s.86,900, 922-3806 BRIDGETOWN-New. S89.S0O. Open Sun. 1-. 4333 Westwood Northern Blvd. 3 BR, 2 BA, un-fin. fam rm. 385-3627. CEDAR GROVE, IN-4th St. 4 bdrm, remodeled, carpet, In-ground pool, 20X401 barn, mechanic shop. Transferred. Open Frl-Sat-Sun. 317-647-3946 aner aun i ji) j4B-ou6 . CITY'S FINEST SUBURB Urban Office Park... Impressive cluster of office buildings. Minutes to Fountain Square. Parking for 80. Income lustifies under Million price. 281-1500. Sheridan CINCINNATI CLEVESS66,000. Ohio Bond money lor new 3 bdrm ranches, country kitchen, range, dishwasher, disposal, full bsmf, garage. 232-9555. AMERICAN HERITAGE CLEVES-Country living wcity convenience. 3 BR ranch, bsmt, Ige. tarn rm. Extra Ige lot, garden & patio 155 000 351-0099. LEHMAN REALTORS CLIFTON-Alln: UC parents, georgeous renovated 2 family, nr. UC. Move in to 4 rm, 1st fir apt. now also collect $675 rent. Skylights, CA, garage, S105,900. OwnerAot. 793-0111. COLERAIN-3 BR ranch, remodeled; gar. $55,900. Open Sun 2-5. 9630 Glbralter 385-4144 COLERAIN TWP Lake Hill New 2000 sq ft colonial, on lake, $138,800. Giesken 385-1387. COLLEGE HILL -2 sty, 4 BR brick on wooded cul de-sac. Full bsmt w2 car attatched gar., new CA & furnace, hdwd firs. Immed. Occup. 7841 Bank-wood Ln. $72,500. 521-0680 COLUMBIATUSCULUM-Just renovated painted lady 3 family. Ig yd, 3 lovely Ig 4 rm apts. tufa, OwnerAot. 793-0111. DEER PARK $59,900 One floor plan. Full dining room 8, eat-in kitchen, basement & garage. No outlet street. ED MAY REALTY 891-8600 DELHI 2 story brick alum. 4BR, 2'l BA, Oak Hills Schls, huge eat-ln-klt 8. FR. Appraised at $135,000, Best offer, 244 7509 DELHt-3 bdrm, 2 bath, spacious ranch, remodeled eat-In kitchen, DR, WBFP, CA, Finished 25x22 FR, New roof, sld-Ing i gutters, $86,900. 921-1937 Additional classified on Page D-6 100 IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mall or in person. Notices cannot be received by phone. Release Deadlines for re ceiving copy Is 3:00 p.m.: Monday for Wednesday Tuesday for Thursday Wednesday for Friday Release Deadline is Noon: Thursday for Saturday and Sunday Friday for Monday & Tuesday Proof deadlines are one day In advance of release deadlines. When submitting copy please Indicate date(s) notice Is to appear in the Cincinnati Enquirer. If submitted in person; bring to the Cincinnati Enquirer Advertising Counter on the second floor at 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. If submitted by mail, send to: The Cincinnati Enquirer Classified Legal Advertising Dept. 617 Vine Street 2nd Floor Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 The publisher's liability for any errors or failure to print legal notices shall be limited to the cost of the first publication of the advertlsement(s). If you need any additional Information, please call 421-6300, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. PUBLIC NOTICE The annual return of the Williamson Co. Foundation is available, at the address noted below, for Inspection during normal business hours, by any citizen who so requests within 180 days after publication of this notice of Its availability. Mrs. Arm Carroll, The Williamson Co. Foundation, 3500 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45209, (513) 731-1343. 37975 LEGAL NOTICE THE UNITEO STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY FOR PUBLIC REVIEW OP THE ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION AND WASTE MANAGEMENT SITE SPECIFIC PLAN FOR THE FERNALD ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROJECT AT FERNALD, OHIO. The Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Site Specific Plan for the Fernald Environmental Management Protect (FEMP), ap proved in July, 1991, is available until November 15, iwi tor public review and comment In the FEMP Public Reading Room listed below. The Site Specific Plan describes activities scheduled for the next five years for environmental resto ration ana waste management at the Fernald Environmental Management Project managed dv tne uepartmem or tnerav The Site Specific Plan serves to Implement the DOE Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five Year Plan. The Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Site Specific Plan includes the fol lowing; )) an overview describing the installation and environmental concerns; 2) requirements which affect FEMP operations end oroiect planning, and their Implementation; 3) Environmental Restoration: overview ot the cleanup program, inciuaino landlord ac tivities, and associated schedules and costs; and 4) Technolo gy Development Program: overview of the prooram. In cluding associated schedules and costs. Please leave your name and telephone number with the receptionist at the location listed below after your review of the plan. You will be contacted by a DOE Representative during the document review period concerning your line, w, in uariitiuanng ,n community workshop on the Site Specific Plan. Written and oral comments on the Environmental Restoration and Waste Managemet Site Specific Plan wM be accepted until November 15, 1991. The FEMP Public Reading Room has the following hours and is located at the: Public Environmental Infor mation Center, JAMTEK Bunoino. lo45 Ham ton Clevet Highway, Fernald, Ohio 45239. Hours: Monday ft Ttwrsoav r.va am - i:og Dm, Tuesday, Wednesday, ft Fri day ?:w am 4:JO pm, Satur day 9:00 am 1:00 om. Com ments, written or oral, should be directed to: Gerald W. Wes-lerbeck, Site Manager, U.S. Department ot Energy, Fernald Environmental Manage. mtnt Proiect, P.O. Box 398705, Cincinnati, OH 45239-870S, Telephone: LEGAL NOTICE The Emanuel Day Care Center It sponsoring meals for daycare children through the Your Everyday Resource Cincinnati Classified. Tho only local retourc that is updated dairy. Whether you need a house painter or an mstruclion. Classified has what you re looking tori Just caH 421-6300 Your Everyday Resource Cincinnati CliMided. f ht only local ratourct that it updatad daily, Whathar tou naed to . buy a new homa of tall (he old homaataad, Classtftad hat what you ra looking tort JuttcaH 421-6300 equtst: The Lewliton Limit ed Partnership invites written proposals fur architectural services to design twenty four lA), three bedroom, affordable townhouse rental apartments Timt Schedule: Seated final proposals from interested architects are due on Tuesday, September 17, W9I at 3 00 p.m. The Lewiston Limited Partnership will open the written proposals at 3:05 p.m. that day, review the proposals and select the finalists. Finalists will be interviewed and one architect will be selected for tinal negotiations tor the project. All proposers will be notified of the decision by the Lewiston Limited Partnership within ten days of the deadline. Instructions: Arrangements to pick up bid packets may be made by contacting: Mr. John Schrieder, Family Housing Developers, Inc., P.O. Box 3762, Cincinnati, Ohio 45301, Phone 241-9400. All sealed proposals snail be sent to some. Objectives: The Lewiston Limited Partnership objectives are to own and rent twenty four (24), three bedroom, affordable townhomes of approximately 1000-1200 square feet ot fimsnea space for families with children who cannot afford to buy their own home. These contract documents must be ready for bid by November It, 1991. Please include references of similar projects In the proposal. Women and minority businesses are encouraged to bid. 30894 LEGAL NOTICE The following Individuals are delinquent In their rental payments and their personal property will be sold at public auc tion on r-rtoay, septemDer urn, 1991 at 6:30 p.m. at KINDLE'S AUCTION CENTER 11319 Ta-marco Rd. Blue Ash, Ohio 45242. Darren Curtis 425 Ped-rettl Ave. Cintl., Oh., 45238, videos, tapes, and cooler and tool boxes; Robert C. Allen 2649 Lo-santiville Rd. Cintl., Oh., 45237 tool belt, hardhat; Renata Brown 7152 Eastlawn Dr. Cinti., Oh., 45237. bedding, coach, chairs, entertainment center, exercise bike, and other household items; Elizabeth S. Richardson 2763 Harris Ave. Cintl., Oh., 45212 50 boxes of household items. 27059 LEGAL AD The Wyoming City Council wiH hold a public hearing on the S3.UU License nate r-ee pursuant to Section 4504.15 of the Ohio Revised Code as ft relates to levying an annual license tax fee of five (S5.00) on each and every motor vehicle which is regtstered In the City ot Wyoming. Said hearing wiU be held in the Wyoming City Council Chambers, 600 Oak Avenue, Wyoming, OH 45215 at 7:30 PM., on September 16, 1991. All interested parties are invited to attend, srtan 5. Haideman, City Manager. 23369 LEGAL NOTICE Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, Notice of Request for Drooosal (RFP) REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROPOSAL DUE DATE: October 4, 1991 until 1200 noon EDST, LOCA TION: Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, 4110 Hamilton Middletown Road, Hamilton, Ohio 45012. Notice is here by given, competitive sealed proposals for the materials or services as specified will be received by the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority at tne aoove specmea location, until the time and date cited. Proposals received by the correct time and date will be opened and the name ot each offerer will be publicly read. Proposals must be in the actual possession of the Butler Metro politan Housing Authority on or prior to the exact time and date indicated above. Late proposals will not be considered. Copies of the Bid Package may be obtained from the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority at the address listed above or from cunsoc Housing con sultants; 90 Easl Goodale Street; Columbus, Ohio 432)5. Proposals must be submitted in an opaque sealed envelope dearly marked "proposal LBP", with the offerer's name and address clearly Indicated on the envelope. All proposals must be completed in Ink or typewritten and returned along witn dio security oy ine nme ana aate citeo aoove. Bigs may be mailed or hand delivered. They must be accompanied by a Certified Check (none other accepted) or surety bond In the amount of Ten Percent (10) of the total sum bid. The usual regulations pertaining to the public bidding will be followed. These will be found in the bid package, Attention is called to ine provisions tor tyuAL ttw-PLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (Executive Order 11246). Each bidder must insure ail employees and applicants for employ ment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex, handicap, Tamin ai status, or national ori gin. The bmha reserves the right to relect any or all propos als ana to waive lormaimes. HUD approval is required prior to the execution of any contract. CONTACT PERSON: Robert Sailee, Service: TEST ING FOR LEAD BASED PAINTS, Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority. Robert sat- lee, tx ecu nve uirector. 22228 LEGAL NOTICE Official Notice Police Officer Recruit Examination The Sharonviile Civil Service Commission announces a Civil Service Examination for the position of Police Officer In the City of Sharonviile Police De partment, ine examination wi be held on October 4, 1991, at 7:00 P.M. In the Sharonviile Community Center, Creek and inornview urive, snaronv e. Ohio. Each applicant will be required to show a valid driver's license with the applicant's pho to. Applicants must nave at tained the age of 21 on or prior to tne gate ot tne appointment. Each applicant tor the exami nation must be a resident of the state of Ohio or signify in writ ing hisher intention to become. upon appointment, a resident of the State of Ohio. Each applicant must be a high school graduate, or have received a Ofcu certification, a valid driv er's license, pass a physical fitness examination and a medical examination, if appointed. Addi tional information regarding the physical fitness examination win be distributed to each can didate on the nioht of the writ- Ten examination, ine starting salary of a Probationary Police Officer Is $26,334. Alter the completion of the probationary period the compensation ot Patrol Officer progresses to $31,354. After completion of two years ot service and at taining the rank of Senior Patrol Officer, the comoensation is 134,725. The per annum sala ry is oasea on a tour ana two 8.5 hour work day. An original appointment to Patrol Officer can be made If the applicant has at least three years prior service in a qualified Ohio Police Department. In addition to the base salary, a Patrol Offl cer receives the following ben efits: uniforms, paid hospital and surgical Insurance, fixed amount for dental and optical coverage, prescription plan, pension plan, vacation pay up to rive weeKs aner o vears, life insurance policy, longevity oiiwi iivv jreoi s, iv raiu nun days, accumulative sick leave. and tuition assistance after one year of service. Applications may be obtained at the office of the Safetyservice Director, Sharonviile Municipal Building, iuvw Keaoing Koag, nnonoay through Friday, 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. All applications must be filed with the SafetyService Director's office before 400 p.m. on September 20. 199 Those desiring military credit must attach a copy of their honorable discharge release to their application, nease, no re sumes. Harold w. Webster, Sharonviile Civil Service Commission. 21583 LEGAL NOTICE Ohio Lottery Commission Notice of Public Hearing on The Adoption of Proposed Rules: Pursuant to Section 119 03 of the Ohio Revised Code, notice Is hereby given that the Ohio Lottery Commission intends to consider the adoption in proposed form cer tain rules. A public hearing wiN be conducted on inursdav, September 19, 1991 at 615 West Superior Avenue, Cleveland! Ohio 44113, at 1:30 P.M. In accordance with the Administra tive Procedure Act (Chapter 119, Ohio Revised Code) and any person attected by the proposed action may appear and be heard at the hearing in accordance with Section 1 19.03 (C), Ohio Revised Code, Rules to be considered for adoption In proposed form are Ohio Ad ministrative code Rules JQ I 9-12 and 3770:1-9-13 pertaining to instant games. Ohio Lottery Commission, VlrgJI B. Brown, executive uirect or. iiso LEGAL NOTICE The Provident Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio intends to apply to the Ohio Child and Adult Care Food Program. Children will be pro- OPd luncn ana a snacn con sisting of the tollowing require ments according to US Department of Agriculture standards. Lunch: milk - one serving, meat one serving, fruitvegetable two servings, bread - one serving. Snack: milk one serving, meat - one serv ing, fruitvegetable - one serving, bread - one serving (A choice ot two Items out of the four listed food groups). A dai ly average of 9u meals will be served at the Emanuel Community Center, located at 1308 Race Street, Cincinnati, Service is excluded on the ten maior holidays. The total number of days Is 250, Monday through Friday, from October, 1991 through September, ivvz. inter ested vendors should contact Scott Christmon at (513) 241-2563 for a copy of the Invitation for Bids and Specifications. Sealed bids must be submitted by 3:00 P.M. on September 27, 1991 to: Scott Christmon, CO Emanuel Day Care Center, 1308 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45210. A public bid opening wiH be held at 3 O0 P.M. on September 27, 1991 at the same location. 37793 Notice of Public Hearing Madeira City Planning Commission The Madeira City Planning Commission wiH hold a Public Hearing on Monday, September 23, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. at the nnaaeira jr,ar. mgn acnooi Caleteria, 7465 Loannes Drive, Madeira, Ohio. The purpose of the hearing is to consider a variance request for relief from common driveway restrictions In residential zones. The properties In question are located at 6901 and 6921 Shawnee Run Road. Mary C. Ladd, Recording Secretary, 35754 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION FOR BID The Developmental Day School it sponsoring meals for day care children through the Ohio Child Care Food Program. This entails providing breakfast, lunch, and snacks consisting of the following food components according to United States Department of Agriculture standards: Breakfast: milk-one serving., fruit-one serving, bread-one serving; Lunch: pro tein-one serving, miiK-one serving, bread-one serving, fruitvegetable-two servings, Snack: select 2 components: milk-one serving, meat-one serving, fruit vegetable-one serving, bread-one serving. A daily average of 230 meals will be served at Developmental Day School located at the John Weld Peck Federal Building 550 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Service is excluded on 10 maior holidays. The total num ber of days of meals service is iv: uctooer, November, ue- cember, 1991, through January, February, March, April, May, June, juiy, augusi, sepiemoer 30, 1992, Monday through Fri day. All interested food service companies and vendors should contact Rebecca Boswell at 801-745-2458 for a copy of the invitation for Ba ana bpecmca-tions. A public bid opening will be held on September 27, 1991 at 3:00 p.m. at 4378 North 3800 East, Liberty, Utah. Sealed bids must be submitted by 3:00 p.m. September 27, 1991 to Develop mental Day School, 4378 North 3800 tasi, Liberty, uian tujiu. 35675 Notice of Public Hearing Madeira City Planning Commission The Madeira City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, September 23, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. at the Madeira Jr. Sr. High School catetena, M65 Loannes Drive, Madeira, Ohio. The purpose of the hearing Is to consider a request for tot area and dimensional variances. The property in question is located at 5660 wnetzei Avenue, Madeira, Ohio. 35307 LEGAL AD Sealed proposals will be re ceived bv the University of Cin cinnati at the Department of Purchasing, until 2:00 P.M. September 25, 1991 and will be publicly opened and read aloud the same day tor: Request for proposal-operator services, Price Inquiry Forms and Specifications may be picked up at the Department of Purchasing, suite uo, or en a saiawin Bund ing, 655 Eden Park Drive and Gilbert Avenue. Vendors may hand deliver their sealed bids to this same address or may mail them to the University of Cin- cinnari furcnasing Department, Mail Location 89, Oncin nati, Ohio, 45221-0089. 35271 LEGAL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that a public hearing will be held at the apnngaaie municipal ounatng, 12105 Lawnview Avenue, Springdale, Ohio, 45246, at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday, October 16, 1991 to consider the follow ing: AMENDING THE ZONING CODE AND ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE, OHIO, TO PROVIDE FOR THE KbZONING OF TWO PAR CELS CONSISTING OF AP PROXIMATELY 17.48 ACRES LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TRI-COUNTY PARK WAY AND THE WEST SIDE OF MERCHANT STREET, RE SPECTIVELY, FROM GB TO OB (GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, DUKE ASSOCIATES, OHIO STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT AND LINCLAY CORPORA TION) Doyle H. Webster, Clerk of Council Finance Director, uty ot apnngoaie, umo, 33832 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed Proposals will be received by the Mayor of the City of Harrison, Ohio, at the Community Center, 300 George street until z:ou km local time on Thursday, October 17, 1991, and publicly opened and read at that hour and place, for the construction ot: WAMtWA' TER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS, SCREEN REPLACEMENT, CONTRACT NO. 91-1. The work for which proposals are Invited consists of removal and replacement of an existing mechanical bar screen ana associated struc tural modifications. Copies of the Contract Documents consisting ot the Project Manual and the Contract Drawings are available for Inspection by prospective Bidders at the office of the Director of Utilities and at the offices of the Consulting Engineers, BBS Corporation, 11238 Cornell Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 and 1103 Schrock Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229. Conies of the Contract Documents may be obtained inrouon tne Cincinnati office of the Consulting Engineers 513489-0779) upon payment ot forty dollars $40.00) for each complete set. Checks should be made payable to BBS Corporation. No refunds will be made. Actual delivery ot the Contract Documents will be made by a commercial blue printing company n cine nnat . Ohio. Requests for Contract Documents shall be accompa nied by specific Instructions for delivery. Special handling shall d ai ine expense ot ?ne organization requesting such service. wenner tne city nor tne tngi- neer assumes responsibility for the commercial delivery of the Documents. Proposals must be submitted on the Proposal rorms contained in the con tract Documents (hereinbefore mentioned) and the said book of Contract Documents containing the Proposal must be Submitted in ITS ENTIRETY in a sealed envelope marked: BID FOR: Harrison, Ohio, Wastewater Treatment Plant Improve ments, screen Replacement, Contract No. 91-1. Blank spaces in the Proposal must be filled in properly and the phraseology ot the Proposal must not be changed. Additions must not be made, and any unauthorized conditions, limitations or provisions attached to a Proposal wm oe iiaoie to render it informal and mav cause Its rejec tion. Bidders are invited to be present at the opening ot the Proposals. The rlghf Is reserved to waive technical defects as the interest of the City may require. Attention of the Bidder Is called to the special requirements which are included In the Contract Documents regarding minimum rates ot wages to be paid. Particular attention Is called to the statu tory requirements of the State ot unio relative to licensing ot corporations organized under the laws of anv other state. The Bidder will be required to state in tun detail on his Propos al his experience in this class of work and bids from contrac tors Inexperienced In this par ticular class ot work will not be considered The right Is re served by the Mayor of the City of Harrison, Ohio to relect any and all bids. By order of the Mayor, city ot Harrison, Ohio. Harry A. Roifes, Mayor, City ot Harrison, Ohio. 33790 LEGAL NOTICE Request for Architectural Services Proposal CHERRY DINING ROOM Limited Quantity... $1998 Table, 6 chairs, and 2 pc. Buffet and china. Reg. $3995.00 12 TTTTl Chiropractic MATTRESSES BY Bedding starting at CHOICE: Luxury Firm or Luxury Soft 991 5 !l! f l Aeroflot CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-6 spirit of cooperation is a dramatic , turnaround from just 15 years ago when GE tried unsuccessfully to sell commercial engines to Aeroflot. "That's all changed now and we're going forward with a broad , range of discussions," he said. One possibility, he said, is some type of joint GE-Soviet venture to produce commercial jet engines. GE is no stranger to the Soviet . Union. The company has been selling power generating equipment to the Soviets since the 1920s. And Kapor said that during World War II GE supplied turbochargers for Soviet fighter planes under lend-lease agreements. Aeroflot is anxious for western aircraft and engines to make their international service more attrac- i tive to western tourists and busi- ) ness travelers: ; Increased western air travel is 1 seen as a major avenue for obtaining the hard currency the Soviets need to rebuild their economy. Aeroflot is the world's largest airline with more than 3,000 aircraft ranging from commuter carriers to jumbo jets in its fleet. At a press conference, Mulkid-zhanoy; who headed a three-person Soviet delegation that has spent the week at Evendale, declined to estimate how large a share of the Soviet aircraft and engine market rJij 111 Rp (;; .jLpV J? 2 2c .1 r S , YOUR FREE GET LOVESEAT SALE SOFA00 MATCHING LOVESEAT FREE U.S., suppliers might claim, but he said deals are likely to happen much faster in the future. Robert V. Garvin, GE's vice . president for overseas operations, said a number of new airlines are springing up in the emerging Soviet republics to challenge Aeroflot's dominance and could open further markets for GE's engines. But, he added, "I don't believe the Soviet Union has enough money to start importing large quantities of western airplanes and engines." ' And, he said the Soviet Union still has a large domestic aircraft industry employing thousands of people, which will put pressurcbn Soviet air carriers to buy their equipment. -- '' 5 pc. RECLINING, SLEEPER SECTIONAL by LANE Reg. -2999 $1598 ALSO SAVE 13 to Nam brand! such as LANE, BASSETT, BUSH LINE, BROOKWOOD, CARLTON, DAYSTROM, DOUGLAS, HOOD, KEY CITY, JASPER, HICKORY HILL, CRESTLINE, LEA KINGSLEY, PULASKI, PETERS REVINGTON, RIVERSIDE, TEMPLE, UNIVERSAL, VIRGINIA HOUSE, DOBBS, HOOKER S3 MUENCIIEiTS cFurnjtuit 8156-62 Colerain Ave. (at Galbraith Rd.) 521-1566 90 Days Same As Cash Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10 til 8:30 pm Sat. 1 0 til 5:00. This Sunday 1 2 til 5:00 Sell it toda with a classified ad lit The Inquirer Calpt21-6300 reaerai Reserve oarq or

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