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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 24

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C-8Features the Cincinnati i.nqitui r Tuesday, October i, 1991 Legal Advertising Weddings Going for a big impression ; Owen 7 FinHson - 1 " l ' Wi Vr! f J : V INVITATION FOR BIDS On October 16, IWI, the Cincinnati Metropolitan Houjing Authority win receive, poolically open and read aloud aH Didt on the project heretofore described as the: Proec1 Nam and Location: 114 RACE STREET, OH 4-43. Nam and Address of Owner: Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, 14 West Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214. Nam and Address of Architect: Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, IOM West Liberty Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45214. Summary Description of Pro-ct: General repair and renovation of a two unit property located 1714 Race Street. Work shall include but shall not be limited to concrete repairs, framing, drywall, new electric, plumbing, mechanical, floor tile, kitchen, and bath Installations. Contract Tim: The contract period from th date of the "Notice to Proceed" until substantial completion will be sixty (to) calendar days. Bid Opening: Bids shall b received until 2 00 PAn, local time, dated 10 16 91 at the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, Central Maintenance Facility, Reception Desk, 1083 W. Liberty St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45214. Enter from the north side of the building. Bonds: A certified check or bank draft, payable to the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, or a satisfactory Bid Bond, executed by the bidder and acceptable Sureties in the amount equal to five percent S) of bid shall be submitted with each bid. A 100 satisfactory Porform-anc and Payment Bond, or 20 cash escrow or 25 letter of credit shall be required of the successful bidder. All bonds shall be Issued by Surety Companies licensed to issue bonds in the State of Ohio and listed in the Federal Register Circular (570. Wages: No less than the minimum wages and salaries as set forth Tn the Specifications shall be paid each classification performing any portion of the work. The successful bidder will be required to hire residents, where feasible. Bids to be Held Open. No bid shall be withdrawn tor a period of ninety (90) days subsequent to the opening of bids without consent ol the CMHA. The CMHA reserves the right to reject any andor an bids andor waive any informalities In bidding. MBEEEO: A biddercontractor will be deemed committed to the goals of CMHA Supplementary General Conditions pages SGC-I thru SGC -7 including but not necessary limited to; Minority Business Enterprise Certification; MBE Forms 1,2 and 3, Section C - Obligation tect Louis I. Kahn. Tickets are available at the door for $25 for museum members and $35 for non-members. Admission includes a reception after the lecture. Phone 721-5204. PAPERCUT ART: Judaic pap-ercut art by Michigan artist Mary Etta Moore will be featured through October at the Hillel Jewish Student Center Gallery, 2615 Clifton Ave., Clifton. The opening reception is 2-4 p.m. Sunday. 221-6728. AMERICAN IMPRESSIONS: Paintings by contemporary American Impressionists are featured at the Miller Gallery, 2715 Erie Ave., Hyde Park Square, during October. The artists are Joe Abbrescia, Stapleton Kearns, John Terelak and Sotiris-Corzo, husband and wife who sign their landscape canvases with a dual signature. The exhibition preview is 7-9 p.m. Friday. The exhibition continues through Oct. 26. 871-4420. GALLERY TALK: Bonnie Kelm, director of the Miami University Art Museum, will give a gallery talk at 5:30 p.m. Friday on the museum's exhibition "Alice (And Look Who Else) Through the Looking Glass." The exhibition features 40 artists invited to create work related to the Lewis Carroll classic. Kelm will discuss the art as a microcosm of the art of the 1980s. A reception will follow the lecture. The museum is on the Miami University campus in Oxford, Ohio. Admission is free. 1-529-2232. Columbus museum shows off its new Sirak Collection The Columbus Museum of Art is busting its buttons with pride over its new collection of paintings. Would you believe 78 new paintings, drawings and sculpture, signed with such names as Monet, Renoir, Degas, Pissarro and Klee? It's the Sirak Collection, gathered by Columbus collectors and arts patrons Dr. Howard and Ba-bette Sirak. The collection includes important works from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Cubist, German Expressionist and other early 20th-century European art movements. Among the works are "Seated Bather" by Paul Cezanne, two pastels and an oil by Edgar Degas, a drawing and an oil by Henri Matisse, five oils by Claude Monet, 11 works by Paul Klee, and three Renoirs. Many were acquired from the Durand-Ruel family, a member of which was the original dealer for many of the artists. The collection will go on view Oct. 13 as "Masterpieces of Impressionism and European Modernism," and will be shown as a group for a year before being integrated into the museum's permanent collection. The Columbus Museum of Art is at 480 Broad St. in Columbus. Hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Satur- day and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission to the Sirak exhibition is $4.50 for adults, $2 for seniors, students and children 17 and under. 614-221-6801. KOREAN ART: Korean artists who live in Cincinnati are having an exhibition of their work at the Cincinnati Art Club, 1021 Parkside Place, Mount Adams. Titled "Ensemble Koree," the exhibition is sponsored by the Korean American Association of Cincinnati and includes paintings by Myungjin Chung, Eunshin Khang, Bukang Kim, Young Hi Lee, Yung Ja Lee, and sculpture by Jung Nam Lee and Hei Kyung Shin. The reception is 6-9 p.m. Friday. The exhibit can be seen Saturday and Sunday and Oct. 11-13. Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 241-4591. ART LECTURE: The building of a museum will be the topic of the second lecture in the Cincinnati Art Museum's Distinguished Directors Lecture Series, 8 p.m. Wednesday in the museum auditorium. Edmund Pillsbury, director of the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, will discuss the development of the Kimbell collection and the museum's award-winning building, designed by famed archi Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stentz nee Sandra Jean Doerflein THE WEDDING of Sandra Jean Doerflein and Timothy James Stentz of Cincinnati took place June 29 at St. Margaret Mary. The Rev. Bill Krumpe officiated. A reception followed at Donauschwa-ben Haus. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Doerflein of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Stentz of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Cindy Doerflein of Cincinnati. Best man was Raymond H. Stentz of Cincinnati. The bride attends the College of Mount St. Joseph. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. John Schimpf Jr. nee Diana Lynn Steinbach THE WEDDING of Diana Lynn Steinbach of Mayville, N.Y., and John George Schimpf of Cincinnati took place June 29 at Hurlburt Church, New York. The Rev. Theodore Anderson officiated. A reception followed at Webb's Inn, Mayville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steinbach of Mayville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John George Schimpf of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Judy Luens-man of Olean, N.Y. Best man was Daniel A. Schimpf of Cincinnati, brother of the bridegroom. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Ohio State University. The couple will reside in Huntington Beach, Calif. tractors and Subcontractors; ! Equal Employment Opportuni-i lyAMirmatlve Action Policy I Statement; and Equal Employ j rnent Oppjrtunity Compliance ! Certificate by submitting a ! p-ooerly signed bid. Each bid- V ji ter must ensure mat an em-1 Diovees and applicants for em A3 i 'Company's' plot mission impossible Movie review Hackman, Baryshnikov can't bring this one in from cold ''Sua'' ., j & Company Business 12 (PG-13; profanity) Gene Hackman, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Terry O'Quinn. Running time: 99 minutes. - II , . lSE-f BY JOE DeCHICK The Cincinnati Enquirer Holy perestroika! Company Business is a lightweight comic thriller about the post-Cold War ennui of the CIA and KGB. Retired from active duty, CIA agent Sam Boyd (Gene Hackman) is the spy who came in from the mothballs. His mission: Trade longtime State Department informant Pyiotr Grushenko (Mikhail Baryshnikov) and $2 million for a captured U-2 pilot. The spy swap goes awry in Berlin when Boyd figures both he and Grushenko have been set up. He's right and almost dead right. ' So, for the rest of the film, the fugitive spies zip around Europe seeking help (new identities) from old contacts and tossing back lotsa vodka. Well-cast Hackman and Baryshnikov do their best to fight off the convoluted plot and zipless dialogue, but it's a losing battle. Too bad, because the premise has potential. It's fun, early on, to hear a kick-butt CIA honcho (Terry O'Quinn) squawk about the importance of a successful spy swap in light of the agency's recent track record. The White House, he says, is upset "because we didn't tell them about the (Berlin) Wall coming down ... and Noriega." And Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, and the failed Soviet coup . . . As an exercise in stealth moviemaking invisible suspense, undetectable oomph writer-director Nicholas Meyer's latest is a successful mission. As entertainment, it's a waste of time and talent, plus Berlin, Paris and Washington, D.C., locations. Godawful glasnost dialogue: "Home! Home! Stop this crap!" Grushenko gripes. "What do you think I am, E.T.?" ployment are not discriminated against because of their race, creed, color, sex or national origin. Availability of Documents: Specifications, bid forms and bid information are available for review at the following locations: F.W. DodgeScan, The Grand Baldwin Building, 655 Eden Park Drive, Suite 515, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-6001, 513-345-8200; Dodge Scan, P.O. Box 94536, Cleveland, Ohio 44101, 513-721-6262; Allied Construction Industries, 1010 Yale Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206, 513-221-8020; Cincinnati Minority Business Assistance Corp, 113 W. Fourth St., Suite 600, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Khalid Yamin, 513-381-4770; Minority Contractor Assistance Pro- ?rem, 1116 W. Stewart St., uite 7, Dayton, Ohio 45408, Carl Wilson, 513-223-2164; United Minority Contractors of Cincinnati, 3640 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45223, William Morris, 513-223-2164; Cincinnati Minority Suppliers Development Corp., 120 W. Fifth St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Janet Younger, 513-579-3132; Southern Ohio Association of Minority Contractors. 3836 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, Sam Moore, 513-351-2114; Dayton Daily News, 4th & Ludlow Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45402, Legal Notices, 513-223-1515. On 10191 at 9 00 AM, bidders may purchase sets of plans and specifications from The CMHA for a S20.00 non-refundable foe (personal check or money order accepted, no cash) or may review a set of documents at no charge, at the CMHA, 1088 W. Liberty Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214, Phone: (513) 381-2730, during the hours of 9:00 a.m. 4-00 p.m., Monday thru Friday. CINCINNATI ME T-ROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTHORITY. Neil Blunt, Execu- tive Director. 29535 Notice of Public Hearing The Department of Administrative Services, of the State of Ohio, will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, November 5, 1991, at 9:30 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, In the Lobby Hearing Room, State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. The purpose of the hearing is to consider action on the following administrative rules: 123: 1-7-14, 123: 1-7-15, 123: 1-7-16, 123: 1-1-02, 123: 1-24-08, 123: 1-1-07, 123: 1-2-01, 123: 1-2-02, 123: 1-2-03, 123: 1-2-04, 123: 1-2-05 and 123: 1-2-06. The rules affect (1) the compensation and benefits for interim employees paid by warrant of the Auditor of Stat, (2) various classification changes for exempt personnel of state agencies, (3) classification changes for county boards of mental retardation and developmental disabilities, (4) classifications deemed same or similar tor purposes of retaining certification and displacement due to layoff for Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Collins nee Harriet Michelle Hoodin THE WEDDING of Harriet Michelle Hoodin and Christopher Sean Collins of Fairfield took place Aug. 3 at the Bankers Club. Rabbi Solomon Greenberg and Rev. John Wessling officiated. A reception followed at the Bankers Club. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Asher O. Hoodin of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Collins of Dublin, Ohio. Matron of honor was Andrea Johnson of Cincinnati. Best man was Dr. John Collins of Cincinnati. The bride is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is a graduate of Xavier University. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Anderson nee Kathryn Louise Francis THE WEDDING of Kathryn Louise Francis of Connersville, Ind., and Michael Kevin Anderson of Cincinnati took place Aug. 3 at First United Methodist Church, Connersville. The Rev. Frank Sa-blan officiated. A reception followed at Connersville Country Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Francis of Connersville. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Anderson of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Lisa Ginger-ich of Dayton, Ohio. Best man was Andrew Tucker of Cincinnati. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Purdue University. The couple will reside in South-field, Mich. 1991 Deaconess Hospital x. i Older. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Kinslow nee Carrie C. Bell THE WEDDING of Carrie C Bell of Reading and Douglas A. Kinslow of Franklin, Ohio, took place Aug. 10 at SP. Johns United Church of Christ. The Revs. Rob 0M. v ur - ert Scott and Truman Parker offi employees m county offices, excluding county departments of human services, and state-supported colleges and universities, and (5) the establishment, designation, operation, disbandmem, and audits of a county personnel department. Copies of the hearing agenda, the full text of each proposed rule and any corresponding classification specifications are posted in the offices of the Director of Administrative Services and the Deputy Director of the Division of State Personnel. The hearing will be conducted in accordance with Section 119 03 of the Revised Code and will provide an opportunity tor any interested party to offer testimony Testimony will b restricted to the items on the agenda. Tim Williams, Deputy Director, Department of Administrative Services, Division of Stat Personnel. 23)91 NOTICE FOR BIDS SURPLUS 1959 PETER PIRSCH PUMPER. Evendal Fir Department Is taking bids on 1959 Peter Plrsch Pumper. Specifications: 671 Detroit Diesel Engine, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, Hale 1000 GPM-Two Stage Pump, Air Brakes, Power Steering, Canopy Enclosed Passenger Compartment, 4 Ton Front Mount Winch, 200 Gallon Booster Tank, 200' of 34" Booster Lin and New Tires. This pumper's engine and body was completely rebuilt In 1984. Less than 10,000 miles on pumper since make-over. Contact Chief James H. Bailey, Evendale Fir Department, 10500 Reading Road, Evendale, OH 45241-254, (513) 563-2248. Bids will be received until October 21, 1991, when they be opened at 10:00 a.m. James H. Bailey, Fir Chief, Village of Evendal. 20434 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Proposals to Assess the Edison Technology Centers will be received by OHIO'S THOMAS EDISON PROGRAM of the OHIO DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT at 77 S. High St., 26th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215 until 5:00 p.m. local lime on October 1, 1991. Any management consulting or evaluation firms, especially those with a technical background, ere eligible tc apply. Copies of the complete Request tor Proposals (RFP) are available at th above address. H5II LEGAL NOTICE Th Council of th City of ciated. A reception followed at Sharon Woods Golf Course. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Bell of Read' Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Goldick nee Robyn Adele Michael THE WEDDING of Robyn Adele Michael and Mark Andrew Goldick of Cincinnati took place Aug. 3 at St. Vivian Church. The Rev. Jack Filippine officiated. A reception followed at Maketewah Country Club. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William R. Michael of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goldick of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Karen A. Michael of Indianapolis. Best man was Paul J. Goldick of Cincinnati. The bride is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is a graduate of Cincinnati Technical College. The couple will reside in ing. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kinslow of Franklin. Maid of honor was Beth Brietzig of Columbus. Best man was Ken . Wiser. neth A. Kinslow of Franklin. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Ohio Northern Uni versity. The couple will reside in Mil ford. Elderlifc at Deaconess is the area's most out-of-pocket medical expenses, most experienced health and wellness pro- Now there's the smartest deal yet: eram for people 55 years and older Since the optional Eldcrhfe V LP program. It Vn-. .j... ui,i . nnnln (inA nlivci. riffpre swine"! nf nn tn $150. including cians accepting Medicare assignment, and free hospital parking and a variety of entertainment discounts. wp'vp taken more insurance paperwork off of more npnnlp's hands. $ Learn how the area's oldest senior wellness program continues to be the smartest. t Call classified when you want to REACH A CROWD v at For membership With Elderlifc 65 PLUS, we're offering Deaconess patients 65 years and older improved benefits by eliminating information, call 559-2255. CLASSFIED CONTINUED IN SEC. D, PAGE 6 To place your ad, phone 421-6300. Classified Advertising Department The Cincinnati Enquirer The Cincinnati Post dh I DEACONESS I 311 Straight St. at Clifton Ave.

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