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B -12 THE CINCINNATI ENQITRE RM.mday. October 7, 1 99 1 Legal Advertising . Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Clerk of Court Notices Legal Advertising determine the necessary steps to have your facility designated in the plan. HAMILTON COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. Judith Zimomra, Manager. 38881 Clerk of Court Notices AN of the above named Deten-aants are required to answer .'.irVw,en!v e,9hl M d8v er the last publication of this notice, which will be published once a week lor six (6) consec-"live weeks on the dates set jorHi at the bottom ot this no-Stephen $. Lazarus (L-4N) Swain, Hardin, and Hill, LPA Attorney for Plaintiff Joseph T. Deters, Clerk .n.'l6"23-M' 10.7-14-21 33t0 A-9 107520 LISHING CORPORATION OF AMtRlCA, an Ohio corporation, were tiled in the office of the Secretary of State ot the State ol Ohio on Sept., 28, 1991, and that all creditors ol and claimants against the corporation are required to present their respective claims and demands immediately in writing to the corporation so that it can proceed to collect its assets, convey and dispose ot its properties, pay, satisfy, and discharge It! liabilities and obligation! and do all other acts required to liquidate its business and affairs. Dated: Sept. 28, 1991. Publishing Corporation of America, 7275 Brixton Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255. 38894 LEGAL NOTICE The Physical Therapy Section of the Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Athletic Trainers Board wiH conduct a public hearing to consider the amendment of rules 4755-21 -01, 4755-2 1-02, shaU insure that all employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because ot their race, creed, color, sex or national origin in compliance with Ohio Revised Code Sections 153 59, 153 591 and 153 60. PRE BIO WALK THROUGH: An additional pre-bid walk through will be conducted tor all Bidders on Thursday, October 10, 1991 at 2 00 p.m. at the job site. At this time. Bidders who have purchased Drawings and Specifications wiH be able to tour the site and ask questions relative to the Project. Attendance at this meeting is not mandatory, but Is strongly recommended. The meeting will convene in the Boiler Plant at Drake Center, Inc. DRAKE CENTER, INC. -Cincinnati, Ohio. 39982 Waste Facility Board l! scheduled tor Wednesday, October 30, 1991 at 130 pm. in the Board's offices at 1700 Water-Mark Drive, Columbus, Ohio. The TENTATIVE AGENDA for the meeting includes discussion and'or consideration ot the following: Monsanto Company, Addyston, Case No. 90-MR-0604 Withdrawal of permit application; Discussion of Board's proposed rules; Such other matters as may be raised by the Board for consideration; The public is encouraged to contact the Board on Monday, October 28, 1991 to confirm specific agenda items. For further information, please contact April Morrison, Public Relations Coordinator, at P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0149 or call (614) 644-2742. 39338 waste management plan for the District. The plan Is to include a designation of solid waste manayement facilities where solid wastes generated within or transported Into the District wiH be taken tor disposal, transfer, resource recover, or recycling. Failure ot a facility to be designated in the plan will preclude the facility from accepting solid wastes. The District is currently soliciting responses from owners and operators of solid waste management facilities currently in operation, or anticipated to be in operation prior to December 24, 1991, who wish to have their facilities designated as solid waste management facilities in the District's plan. If you are an owner or operator of such a facility, please contact Ms. Judith Zimomra, Manager, Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District, 1632 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45210, phone (513) 763-4638, on or before October 31, 1991, to check, cashier's check or letter ot credit on a solvent bank within Hamilton County, Ohio in the sum ot ten (10) percent ol the total bid. Drake tenter, Inc. intends to award and enter into a contract with the lowest and best bidder, but reserves the right to reiect any or all bids and to waive any informalities or Irregularities in bidding. The bidder lo whom the contract is awarded wiH be required to furnish a corporate surely company bond in a sum equal to one hundred ( 100) of the total contract price. Bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on public improvements applicable to Hamilton County, Ohio, ascertained and determined by the State ot Ohio Department of Industrial Relations. Bidders shall meet all applicable governing local, state and federal law! and regulation!, including those concerning wages, employment opportunity, health and safety, and otheri. Each Bidder 4755-23-01, 4755-23 02, 4755-23-04, 4755-24-01, 4755-24-05, 4755-23-03, 4755-23-06, 4755-24 02, 4755-27-02, and 4755-26 01 4755-27-03 to correct clerical errors, change the address and lege, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223. Bids will be received lor: 1, General Contract. Bidding Documents are on file and may be examined at- Room 176 of the Cincinnati Technical College. Copies ol the Notice to Bidders, Form ol Proposal, Form ot Bond, Form ol Contract, EEO Bid Conditions, Instructions lo Bidders, General Conditions, Plans, Specifications and Other Contracts Documents and any further information desired, may be obtained by Prime Contractors by contacting Paul Kremer, Auxiliary Services Manager, Administrative Services Office, Room 176, Cincinnati Technical College, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223, Telephone Number (513 ) 569-1436. NOTE: ALL CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A CURRENT EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE OR SHOW VALID PROOF OF APPLICATION WITH PROPOSAL. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN REJECTION OF PROPOSAL. "No Bidder may withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days after the actual date of the bid opening thereof. The Vice-President tor Administrative Services reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids." BOARD OF TRUSTEES, THE CINCINNATI TECHNICAL COLLEGE. 26648 eastwardly on the north line of McHenry Road 50 feet to a point; thence northwardly at an angle ot 91 degrees 30', 200 feet to a point; thence westwardly at an angle of 88 degrees 30", 50 feet to a point; thence southwardly at an angle of 91 degrees 30", 200 feet to a point in (he north line ot McHenry Road, the place ot beginning, and that Defendants be required to set up any interest they may have in said premises or be forever barred, that upon failure of said Defendants to pay or cause to be paid said ludgment, within three days from its rendition that an Order of Sale be issued to the Sheriff of Hamilton County, Ohio, to appraise, advertise, and sell said real estate, that the premises be sold free and clear ot all claims, liens and interest of any of the parties herein, that the proceeds from the sale of said premises be applied to Plaintiff's ludgment and for such other reliel to which Plaintiff it entitled. Said Defendants will take notice that they will be required to answer said Complaint on or before the 1 1th day of November, 1991, or ludgment will be rendered accordingly. COHEN, GREGG I LAURITO BY: Jeffrey V. Laurito L201 Attorney for Plaintiff Union Federal Savings Bank Plaintiff Joseph T. Deters, Clerk 99-16-23-30, 107-14 25743 A-9106198 LEGAL NOTICE TO OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES. The Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District (the "District'') i! currently in the process of preparing a solid PUBLIC NOTICE STATE OF OHIO HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: the regular meeting of the Hazardous NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Of Publishing Corporation Of America Notice is hereby given that Ar-tides of Dissolution of PUB- IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mail or in person. Notices cannot be received by phone. Release Deadlines for receiving 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 advertisement(s). If you need any additional information, please call 421-6300, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. LEGAL NOTICE VILLAGE OF MARIEMONT, OHIO. PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ZONING CODE CHANGE. The Village of Ma-riemont, Ohio, will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m, Wednesday, October 30, 1991 In the Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 6907 Wooster Pike, Mariemonl, Ohio, tor the purpose of discussing a proposed Zoning Code change for Section 151.32 (A) 13). By direction of the Council of the Village of Mariemont, Ohio. Alvin S. Haines, Clerk. 26624 name of the board, reflect current operational procedures of the board office, clarify examination procedures, clarify licensing requirements for endorsement applicants, increase maximum amount for licensing fees, clarify supervision of physical therepist assistants, clarify duties which may not be performed by physical therapist assistants; the adoption of rules 4755-23-08, 4755-23-09, 4755-24-03, 4755-24-06, 4755-24-07, 4755-27-04, 4755-28-01, and 4755-29-01 to prescribe procedures for continuing education and waivers, set an initial license fee, clarify procedures for certification of licensure to other states, order of mailing lists, standards for delegation of tasks to unlicensed persons, surrender of license, and obtaining telephone referrals; and rescission of rule 4755-24-03. In accordance with Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, the Physical Thera py Section will hold a public hearing on the above reference amendment, adoption, and rescission of rules at 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, November 13, 1991 In Room 1930 at 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio. Any person affected by the amendment, adoption or rescission of the proposed rules may appear and be heard in person, by his attorney, or both; may present his position, arguments, or contentions, orally or in writing; offer and examine witnesses; and present evidence tending to show that the amendment, adoption, or rescission of these rules, if effectuated, will be unreasonable or unlawful. A copy of the full text of said proposed amended, rescinded and proposed new rules have been filed with the Secretary of State, Legislative Service Commission, and Joint Committee On Agency Rule Review at least thirty days prior to the date set for the hearing, and a copy of said proposed amended, rescinded and proposed new rules are available in printed form at the office of the Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Athletic Trainers Board, or may be obtained by writing to the Board at 77 South High Street, 16th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0317. 36562 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION Sealed proposals will be received by the Union Township Board of Trustees until 1:00 PM local time, on October 23, 1991 at the Union Township Government Center, 9113 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069 for: UNION TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT 8. ADMINISTRATION, FURNISHINGS AND ACCESSORIES, 9113 CINCINNATI-DAYTON ROAD, WEST CHESTER, OHIO 45069. No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of receipt of proposals. All proposals must clearly show the name of the supplier. All proposals shall be sealed and marked: UNION TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT 8, ADMINISTRATION, FURNISHINGS AND ACCESSORIES, 9113 CINCINNATI-DAYTON ROAD, WEST CHESTER, OHIO 45069. Proposal Documents may be picked up at the office of the Clerk, Union Township Trustees, 9113 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069. No proposal will be considered that does not meet such specifications. All proposals must be accompanied by a Bond or Certified Check of not less than 10 of the proposal price, including all add alternates. The Union Township Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to award the contract in the best interest of Union Township, Butler County, West Chester, Ohio. Bitsv Shaftner, Trustee President. Gary Cafes. Trustee Vice President. Carl Morgenstern, Trustee. Attest: Patricia Williams, Clerk. 23936 NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE In the Court of Common Pleas Hamilton County, Ohio Cate No. A-9104S98 CARDINAL FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff -vs- EDWARD S. SCHALK, et el. Defendants EDWARD S. SCHALK, VICKY E. SCHALK, EDWARD H. SCHALK, ELIZABETH J. SCHALK, The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators, Executors and Assigns of EDWARD S. SCHALK, Deceased, The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators, Executors and Assigns of VICKY E. SCHALK, Deceased, The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators, Executors and Assigns of EDWARD H. SCHALK, Deceased and The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators, Executors and Assigns of ELIZABETH J. SCHALK, Deceased, whose last known address is 1402 Kingsbury Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45240, aN of whose residences are unknown, wiH take notice that on the 22nd day of May, 1991, Plaintiff filed its certain Complaint In the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, in Cause No. A9104598 on the docket of said Court, and the object and prayer of which said Complaint is to foreclose said plaintiff's mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 4362, Page 817 of the Hamilton County, Ohio Records, upon the following described real estate, record title to which it alleged to be held by Edward S. Schalk, Vicky E. Schalk, Edward H. Schalk and Elizabeth J. Schalk, recorded in Deed Book 4206, Page 94 1, of the Hamilton County, Ohio records, to wit: Situated in the City of Forest Park, County of Hamilton, State of Ohio, Springfield Township, and being more particularly described at follows: Being aH of Lot Numbered One Hundred Seventy One ( 171) of Winton Forest Subdivision Block "A", Part 4, as recorded in Plat Book 199, Pages 12 and 13, of the Plat Records of the Hamilton County, Ohio Recorder's Office. AH of the above-named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after the date of the last publication of this notice. DENNIS REIMER CO., LPA DENNIS REIMER (R-285) 9806 Ravenna Road Twinsburg, Ohio 44087 (216 ) 425-4201 Attorney for Plaintiff Joseph T. Deters, Clerk 92-9-16-23-30, 107 13)30 A-9104598 LEGAL NOTICE Office of the Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District, Hamilton County, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Ratification Task Force of the Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District will hold a meeting on Thurs., Oct. 10, 1991, at 3:30 p.m.. Southwest Ohio Air Pollution Control Agency, 1632 Central Parkway, Rm. 201, Cincinnati, OH 45210. Public Welcome. Additional information call 763-4638. HAMILTON COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. Judie Zimomra, Manager. 34564 LEGAL NOTICE SUMMARY OF BOND ORDINANCE AND NOTICE REGARDING AUTHORIZATION OF ISSUANCE OF 15,440,000 IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS (THE KROGER CO.), SERIES 1991 BY THE COUNTY OF CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY. At a regular meeting held by the Campbell County Fiscal Court on September 18, 1991, an ordinance wai adopted entitled: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF 15,440,000 IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS (THE KROGER CO.), SERIES 1991, OF THE COUNTY OF CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY, THE PROCEEDS OF WHICH SHALL BE LOANED TO THE KROGER CO. TO PROVIOE FOR THE REFUNDING AND RETIREMENT IN FULL OF PREVIOUSLY ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PLEDGE OF REVENUES FOR THE PAY-MENT OF SUCH SERIES 1991 BONDS; AUTHORIZING A LOAN AGREEMENT, TRUST INDENTURE, TAX REGULATORY AGREEMENT, BOND PURCHASE AGREEMENT AND ASSIGNMENTS APPROPRIATE FOR THE PROTECTION AND DISPOSITION OF SUCH REVENUES AND TO FURTHER SECURE SUCH SERIES 1991 BONDS; AND AUTHORIZING OTHER ACTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH SERIES 1991 BONDS. Thit Ordinance authorizes the Issuance by the NOTICE Of COMPLAINT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Court ot Common Pleas Hamilton County, Ohio Case No. A-f 10541 George V. Carter and Kathleen M. Carter, and If deceased, their unknown executors, administrators, heirs and devisees, whose address is unknown, will hereby take notice that on the 20th day of June, 1991, America's Mortgage Servicing, Inc., tiled its Complaint In the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, Hamilton County Courthouse, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, under Case Number A9105491, in said Court against George V. Carter and Kathleen M. Carter, a claim for ludgment of S37.307.93 with Interest at a rate of 11 per annum from December 1, 1990, until paid, and for foreclosure of the following described real estate, to-wlf Situated In the City of Cincinnati, County of Hamilton, and State of Ohio, and described as follows, to wit: Situated In the City of Cincinnati and known and designated as Lot No. 49 and five (5) feet off the west side of Lot No. 50 on the original plat of the City of Cheviot, as made by John Craig and recorded in Book R 2, page 5, Hamilton County, Ohio Records, being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point in the north line of Mozart Avvenue, where the same is intersected by the east line of Everett Street (formerly Beech Street); thence eastwardly with the north line of Mozart Avenue, 45 feet; thence northwardly In a line parallel with the east line of Everett Street, 99 feet, more or less, to an alley; thence westwardly with the south line of said alley, 45 feet to the east line of Everett Street; thence southwardly with the east line of Everett street, 99 feet, more or lest, to the point of beginning. Also that portion of Mozart Avenue being ( feet In width and adioining the above described premises on the south, which was vacated by the City of Cincinnati, Ohio. Subject to an easement as reserved In the deed from Julia Pahls Burhoff to Andrew M. Bachman and Ida Bachman dated 4-23-24 and recorded in Deed Book 1332 page 124 ot the Deed records of Hamilton County, Ohio, tor drainage In the drains now constructed for the premises lying immediately to the east until such time as a sewer Is constructed In Mozart Avenue for the drainage of Lots 50 and part of 51 of said John Craigs Subdivision. Said easement further provides that all costs of repairs and upkeep ot said drain is to be borne equally by the respective owners, their assigns and heirs. Said premises are located at 3220 Mozart Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 4521 1. The last known address of the Defendants, George V. Carter and Kathleen M. Carter, is 3220 Mozart Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211. And that the Defendants be required to set up any interest they may have in said premises or be forever barred, that upon the failure of any of said Defendants to pay or cause to be paid said judgment within three (3) days from its rendition, that an Order of Sale be issued to the Sheriff of Hamilton County, Ohio, to appraise, advertise and sell said real estate, and that the premises be sold free and clear of all claims, liens and interest of any of the parties herein, that the proceeds from the sale of said premises be applied to Plaintiff's judgment, and for such other relief to which Plaintiff is entitled. Said Defendants will take notice that they are required to answer said Complaint on or before the 18th day of November, 1991, or ludgment will be rendered accordingly. JAMES P. HICKEY Attorney for Plaintiff Joseph T. Deters, Clerk 916-23-30, 107-14-21 35334 A-9105491 NOTICE OF COMPLAINT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Court of Common Pleas Hamilton County, Ohio Case No. A-9007901 Paul R. Mason and Jane Doe Unknown Spouse of Paul R. Mason, and if deceased, their unknown executors, administrators, heirs and devisees, whose address is unknown, will hereby take notice that on the 4th day of September, 1990, Standard Federal Savings Bank filed its Complaint In the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, Hamilton County Courthouse, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, under Case Number A9007091 in said Court against Paul R. Mason, a claim for judgment of 117,204.18 with interest at a rate of 9 per annum from March 1, 1990 until paid, and for foreclosure of the following described real estate, to-wif: Being part of Lot One Hundred and Thirty-Five (135) of the A. L. Bramble Estate, Section 16, Town 4, Fractional Range 2, Miami Purchase, Hamilton County, Ohio: Beginning on the north line ot Haley Avenue (proposed) at a point 261 feet west of Settle Street, said point being 250 feet south of Bramble Avenue; thence northwardly parallel with Settle Street one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet; thence westwardly parallel with Bramble Avenue thirty-two (32) feet; thence southwardly parallel with Settle Street one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet, thence eastwardly along the north line of Haley Avenue (proposed) thirty-two (32) feet to the place of beginning, and the right of Ingress and egress over Hailey Avenue as set forth In Deed Book 1940, Page 474 of said County records of deeds. Said premises are located at 6574 Haley Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227. The last known address of the Defendants, Paul R. Mason and Jane Doe Unknown Spouse of Paul R. Mason, it 6574 Haley Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227. County ot Campbell, Kentucky (the "County") of $5,440,000 Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (The Kroger Co.), Series 1991 (the Bonds") in order to provide funds to be loaned to The Kro- ?ier Co. (the "Borrower"), to inance the refunding and retir NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO CASE NO. A9106150 SECRETARY OF VETERAN AFFAIRS Plaintiff v. NOAH PHILLIPS, et al Defendants Noah Phillips, whose last known address is 2331 Iroll Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225, and the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, executors, administrators, spouses and assigns and the unknown guardians of minor andor incomDetent helrt ing or Tne Louniy s ouTSTanoing Economic Development Revenue Bonds, Series 1982 (The Kroger Co. Project), which were Issued to finance a portion of the costs of the acquisi tion, construction, equipping and installation of a research building. The Bonds are being issued under Chapter 103 of the of Noah Phillips all of whose residences are unknown and cannot by reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice Kentucky Revised Statutes, and are to be retired, directly or Indirectly, from the proceeds of loan payments to be made by the Borrower pursu IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA. In re: Ciar flone Machine Co., Inc., Debtor. Gary L. Smith, Movant. Bankruptcy No. 89-02343. Chapter 7. Motion No. 91-6651M. NOTICE OF HEARING ON MOTION TO SELL PERSONAL PROPERTY FREE AND CLEAR OF ALL LIENS AND ENCUMBRANCES. NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT Gary L. Smith, Trustee, has filed a motion for sale of personal property consisting of tools and miscellaneous office equipment Including: 1 - 13" Clausing Colchester "8000 Series" Lathe with 3 & 4 jaw chucks 36" centers, with collet attachment & collets plus Mim-mick Tracer Attachment, Serial 5001406145; 1 Warner Swasey 2-A Turret Lathe with 3 jaw check plus attachments Model M-510, 1 - 22" Lodge 8. Shipley Lethe, 8' centers, Machine 33756; 1 - 30" Bullard Cutmaster Vertical Turret Lathe, Serial if 25042; 1 Bridgeport "Series 1" Vertical Milling Machine 42" table, Serial 206731; 1 - Bridgeport "Series 1" Vertical Milling Machine 48" table, Serial 202664; 1 20" Clausing Drill Press, Variable Speed Drive, Model 523022, Serial 2274; 1 - Clark (Soft Tire) 3 Ton Fork Lift Truck, Serial 144F0086; 1 - Big Joe Lift Truck, Model 2066, Serial U 38066; 1 - Miller Gold 300 Amp ACDC 300 Series Heliwelder, TigStick Electric Welder with accessories, without tank, Serial n HJ 162988; 1 Lincoln 220440 AC 300 amp Arc Welder with accessories, Serial 143490, 1 Silver Beauty Model 90100 Mig Welder with tank, Serial 15849379 free and clear of all liens and encumbrances for the sum of $10,000.00 ($7,500.00 cash plus $2,500.00 credit for moving and storage pending bankruptcy sale). The firoceeds of sale shall be sub-ect to cost and expenses charged to collateral under 506(c) of the Bankruptcy Code incident to the sale and the distribution of the funds generated thereby. An order has been issued, setting a hearing for October 16, 1991 at 9 00 o'clock am, In Courtroom 1603 William S. Moorhead Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 at which time objections to said sale will be heard, higher offers may be received, and a confirmation hearing will be held. Above equipment Is being stored in the Cincinnati area and can be made available for inspection. Clerk U.S. Bankruptcy Court. If more information Is needed contact: Gary L. Smith, Trustee, 6 Cannon Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15205,412-921-6798. 33668 ant to a Loan Agreement dated as of October 1, 1991 between the County and the Borrower STATE OF OHIO OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES COLUMBUS, OHIO Rule 5101 3-3-261 entitled "Chart of Accounts for Long-Term Care Facilities" sets forth cost reporting accounts for long-term care facilities. This rule is being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent amendment to revise cost center headings to be consistent with changes made in the six-month cost reports. These reports were developed in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.J. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amendment is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-262 entitled "Long-Term Care Facility Medicaid Cost Report". This rule Is being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed (or permanent amendment to delete the ODHS 3701 Facility Capacity Reports and revise the ODHS 2524 Long-Term Care Facility Medicaid Cost Report (Appendix A) from twelve months to six months. This is in conjunction with provisions ot Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decreas- in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amendmentiscontainedinthedescnptionofadoptedrule5l01:3-3-17ofthisnotice. Rule 5101 3-3-27 entitled "Audits and Settlements of Long-Term care Facilities" sets forth the time periods for audits and settlements of long-term care facility cost reports This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because Interim and final settlements are no longer implemented as specified in this rule. Adopted rule 5101 :3-3-17 specifies the settlement process made in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S.B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-1 7 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-27 entitled "Audits of Long-Term Care Facilities" sets forth the time periods for audits of long-term care facility cost reports. This rule is being adopted on an emerqency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption to outline the field and desk audit processes. This is in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption Is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101:3-3-29 entitled "Skill Level of Professionals Necessary to Render Specific Services" sets forth professionals considered for rendering services under the Resident Review Process. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1 , 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because the Resident Review process which was based upon reimbursement of certain skill levels of medical professionals has been suspended. This Is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S.B. H.B. 298 which require the revision ot the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-1 7 of this notice. The following rules 5101 3-3-30 through 5101:3-3-49 which set forth the Resident Review process are being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission. The Resident Review process and the reimbursement service units specified in each standard have been suspended. This Is done in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S.B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision ot the reimbursement methodology for long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of these rescissions is contained in the description o( adopted rule 5101:3-317 of this notice: ... , Rule 5101-3-3-30 entitled "BehavioralMental, Standard 1" sets forth measures of observation, supervision, and therapeutic Interventions considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. ....,..,. Rule 5101 3-3-31 entitled "Personal Hygiene, Standard 2" sets forth measures of staff intervention considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-32 entitled "Eating, Standard 3" sets forth measures of assistance andor supervision considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-33 entitled "Mobility, Standard 4" sets forth measures of assistance considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-34 entitled "Appliances, Standard 5" sets forth measures ot staff intervention considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 510V3-3-35 entitled "Medications, Standard 6" sets forth measures ot administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-36 entitled "lnections, Standard 7" sets forth measures of administration andor interventions considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process Rule 5101:3-3-37 entitled "DressingsWound Care, Standard 8" sets forth the type and frequency of treatments considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process Rule 5101:3-3-38 entitled "IncontinenceCatheters, Standard 9" sets forth the measures of staff interventions considered under this standard of the Aesident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-39 entitled "Routine Treatments. Standard 10" sets forth the measures of administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-40 entitled SuctioningTracheotomy, Standard 11" sets forth the measures of staff administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Rule 5101:3-3-41 entitled "Oxygen andor Aerosol Therapy, Standard 12" sets forth the measures of administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process Rule 5101:3-3-42 entitled "Colostomy, Jejunostomy. Ileostomy, Nephrostomy, andor Ureterostomy, Standard 13" sets forth the measures of staff intervention considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-43 entitled "Intravenous and Subcutaneous Fluids, Standard 14" sets forth the measures of administration considered under this standard of the Resident Rule 5101 3-3-44 entitled "RehabilitationHabilitation. Standard 15" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-45 entitled "Specialized Services. Standard 15-1" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-46 entitled "Physical Therapy. Standard 15-2" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-48 entitled "SpeechAudiology. Standard 15-4" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-49 entitled "Psychosocial. Standard 15-5" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-70 entitled "Special Rules and Rates for LTCFs with Low Medicaid Utilization" sets forth the reimbursement methodology for long term care facilities with low Medicaid utilization. This rule Is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because the reimbursement methodology for long-term care facilities with low Medicaid utilization has been suspended. This is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescissions contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. A copy of the fules proposed tor permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment are available for review in county departments ot human services. A copy of the rules proposed for permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment is also available, without charge, to any person affected by them at the address listed belOW A public hearing on the proposed rules will be held on November 6, 1991 at 10 00 A.M. until all testimony is head in the Multipurpose Hearing Room of the State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street. Columbus. Ohio. At this public hearing the Ohio Department of Human Services wilt take written and verbal testimony from any person affected by the proposed rules. Written comments on the rules proposed for permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment may be submitted by mail, if postmarked no later than November 6, 1991 . Requests for coptes of these rules andor submittal of written comments on the rules should be sent to the Office of Legal Services, Ohio Department of Human Services, 30 East Broad Street, 31st Floor. Columbus, Ohio 43266-0423. Written comments may be reviewed at this address. PURSUANT TO SECTION 51110? AND CHAPTER 1 19 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE. THE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES GIVES NOTICE OF THE DEPARTMENT'S INTENT TO RESCIND ADOPT AND AMEND RULES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE TO ENACT THE PROSPECTIVE PER DIEM REIMBURSEMENT SYSTEM FOR LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES ON AN EMERGENCY AND PERMANENT BASIS AND OF A PUBLIC HEARING UPON THE PROPOSED PERMANENT RESCISSIONS, ADOPTIONS. AND AMENDMENTS. Rule 5101 3-3-17 entitled -Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate" sets forth policies related to cost reporting, reasonable and allowable costs, and outlines routine services reimbursable tn Medicaid long term care facilities. This rule is being rescinded to relocate language which applicable to standards for establishing payment rates to adopted rule 5101:3-3-171. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission in conjunction with provisions of Am, Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub. HB 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodotogy for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-17 enlitled Methods lor Establishing Payment and Settlement Rates" sets lorth the prospective per diem rate reimbursement system for tang-term care facilities. The methodology for eslablishing ihe prospective per diem payment rate is established by dividing the statutory rate referenced m Am Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 by the statewide average interim settlement rate of similar facilities. The quotient is then multiplied by each facility's mlenm settlement rate calculation lo determine the prospective per diem rate. The methodology for establishing the settlement rate is based upon the comparison of the facility's audited costs with tests of reasonableness for owners and administrators to the prospective per diem payment rate Each facility with costs less than the prospective per diem rate will retain fifty percent of the difference between the prospective per diem rate and allowable costs. The remaining fifty percent of the difference between the prospective per diem rate and allowable costs of each facility will be redistributed based upon certain priorities to those facilities in excess of the prospective per diem rate. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The department estimales there will be a decrease in Medicaid expenditures of approximately $100,550,636 on an annual aggreqate basis as a result of this adoption. Rule 51013-3-171 entitled "Out-of-State Placement lor Recipients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)' sets forth the payment methodotogy for rates paid to out-of-state providers for TBI recipients This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis effective on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission to be renumbered in sequence with rules promulgated under the provisions of Am. Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub. H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The Department estimates there will be no increase or decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission Rule 5101:3-3-171 entitled "Standards tor Establishing Payment and Settlement Rates" sets forth the standards lor determining payment rates. This rule defines routine services, reasonable and allowable costs and the three maior cost centers for reimbursement. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decreased in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17. Rule 5101 3-3-1 72 entilled "Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRAJMedicare Allowance for ICFs, SNFs, Dually-Certified ICFsSNFs, and NFs" sets forth a one-time increase in the Medicaid per diem rate ol sixty three cents pursuanl to Section 6 of Am. Sub. H B. 257 effective on or about October 1, 1990 through June 30, 1991. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis effective October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because this increase m the Medicaid per diem rate does not apply under the provisions of Am. Sub S.B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 effective July 1. 1991. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission Is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of Ihis notice. Rule 5101:3-3-172 entitled "Interim Settlement Calculation Used to Determine the Prospective Payment Rate" describes the process for calculating interim settlements adopted under Am. Sub. H.B. 176 effective July 1. 1980. This interim settlement calculation is used as a component in the prospective rate calculation and ib based upon the facility's costs, subject to ceilings lor dietary costs, administrative and general services costs, and costs o property and ownership. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis effective on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed tor permanent adoption as a component used to determine the prospective per diem rate set forth in rule 5101:3-3-17 as promulgated under Am. Sub. SB. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption is contained in Ihe description of adopted rule 5101 3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-1 73 entitled "Out-of-State Placement lor Recipients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)" sets forth the payment melhodology for rates paid to out-of-state providers (or TBI recipients. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis effective on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption to be renumbered in sequence with rules promulgated under the provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H B. 298 which require the revision ol the reimbursement methodology lor Medicaid long-term care facilities. The Department estimates there will be no increase or decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aqgreqate basis as a result of this adoption. J . . J . , . Rule 5101:3-3-18 entitled "Ceilings on Long-Term Care Facility Rates" sets forth limits on reimbursement based on the provider a customary charges and Medicare rates. This rule being rescinded due to significant changes which apply the principle of the lower of provider's costs or customary charges tor Medicaid residents at the time of settlement In conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S.B. 206 and Am Sub H B 298 This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission to comply with provisions of Am, Sub. S.B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision ol the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-1 7 ot this notice, Rule 5101:3-3-18 entitled "Ceilings on Long-Term Care Facilities Rates" sets forth limits on reimbursement based on the provider's customary charges and Medicare rales. This rule is being adopted on an emerqency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption to apply the principle of the lower of provider's costs or customary charges for Medicaid residents at the time of settlement in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 This legislation requires the revision ol the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101:3-3-19 entitled 'Ceilings on Certain Cost Accounts" sets forth the ceilings and variances for costs related to direct care exclusive of nursing costs. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about Oclober 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission lo relocate language which pertains to the ceilings applied to direct costs to rule 5101:3-3-172. This is done in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub S B. 206 and Am. Sub. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities, the estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description ot adopted rule 51013-3-1 7 of this notice. Rule 51013-3-191 entilled "Nursing and Ha&litation Interim Ceiling Inllation Adjustment" sets forth the inflationary adjustment used to project fiscal year intenm ceili-vjs for nursing and habilitationrehabililation costs This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about Oclober 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent rescission because the inflation adjustment for nursing and habilitationrehabiiitalion costs has been suspended This is in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained m the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 ol this notice. Rule 51013-3-192 entitled "Nursing and HaWrtationRehabtlitation: Wage Components. Dollar Values. Ceilings, Allowances, and County-Organized Groups'sets forth Ihe policy which pertains to the reimbursement methodology lor the nursing and habitationrehabilitation cost component. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed tor permanent rescission because the resident Review ceiling applied to nursing and habilitationrehabilitation costs has been suspended This is in conjunction with provisions ol Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basts as a result ol this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice Rule 5101 3-3-193 entitled 'Nursing and HabitationRehabilitation; Waivers and Vanances" sets forth the policy which pertains to the waiver and vanance provisions of the Resident Review ceiling This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because the Resident Review ceiling lor nursing and habilitationrehabilitation costs has been suspended This is in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub SB 206 and Am. Sub H B 298 which require the revision ol the reimbursement melhodology for Medicaid tong-lerm care facilities. The estimated decrease m Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a resutt of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101:3-3-195 entitled "Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation" sets forth provisions regarding reimbursement lor nurse aide training expense, this rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent rescission because the add-on applied to the Resident Review ceiling for nurse aide training costs is suspended with Resident Review process This is m coniunction with provisions of Am. Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology tor Medicaid tong-lerm care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 otthis notice Rule 5101 3-3-196 entitled "Resident Assessment Protocols (RAPs) and Minimum Data Set (MDSJ Resident Review ceiling Add-On" sets forth an add-on per diem to the Resident Review ceiling. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because Ihe Resident Review ceiling has been placed in suspension m accordance with provisions of Am. Sub. SB 206 and Am. Sub. HB 298 which require the revision ot the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilrties. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 .3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-20 entitled "Reasonable Factors Used to Determine Allowable Administrative and General Services Costs" sets forth tests of reasonableness for administrative and general services costs before the calculation of the ceiling occurs This rule a being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1 . 1991 and proposed lor permanent amendment to outline the reasonableness factors used to determine allowable salaries m Medicaid tang-term care facilities This is in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub SB 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease m Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amend men! is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 3-3-17 of this notice Rule 5101 3-3-21 entitled "Reasonable Cost-Related Administrative and General Services Costs" sets forth allowable administrative and general services costs and the ceiling calculation for those costs. This rute is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission to relocate language which pertains to the ceilings applied to Administrative and General services costs to rule 5101:3-3-172. This is done in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long term care facilities. The estimated decrease m Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained m the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of (his notice. Rute 5101:3-3-21 entitled "Reasonable Cost-Related Administrative and General Services Costs" sets forth allowable administrative and general services costs. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption to define reasonable cost-related Administrative and General services costs. This done in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub S B 206 and Am. Sub. H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption is contained m the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-22 entitled "Cost of Property and Equipment" sets lorth allowable property ownership costs and the ceilings applied to those costs. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission to relocated language which pertains to Ihe ceilings applied to Ihe cost of ownership to 5101:3-3-172. This is done in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 510V3-3-22 entitled "Cost ot Property and Equipment" sets forth allowable property ownership costs and the ceilings applied to those costs. This rule rs being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent adoption to define reimbursable costs ol ownership m conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am Sub. H.B. 298. This legislation requires the revision of the reimbursement methodotogy for Medicaid long-term care facilities The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a rtsufl ot this adoption contained m the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-23 entitled "Nonallowable Costs" sets forth items not covered under the Medicaid long-term care facility reimbursement program. This rule being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent amendment to eliminate language which pertains to nonallowable costs under the Resident Review process. This is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub. H B. 298 which require the revision ot the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amendments is contained in the descnption of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-1 7 of this notice. Rule 5101 3-3-24 entitled "Melnod lor Calculation of Rates for New Long-Term Care Facilities" sets lorth the computation ol rates for facilities which begin participation under a new owner in the Title XIX program. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because new providers to the Title XIX long-term care facility program are no longer reimbursed in the fashion specified in this rule. The provisions of Am. Sub. SB 206 and Am. Sub. H B. 298 require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities The estimated decrease m Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a resutt of this rescission a contained in the description ol adopted rute 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 5101.3-3-24 entitled "Resident Review Standards" sets forth Ihe appropriate classification of costs for nursing and habilitationrehabiiitalion services. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent adoption to outline allowable nursing and habilitationrehabilitation services. This is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am Sub H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 :3-3-1 7 of this notice. Rule 5101:3-3-25 entitled "Adjustments to Long-Term Care Facility Rates" sets forth interim rate adjustments available to long-term care facilities. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed tor permanent rescission because rate adiustments are no longer made in the fashion specified in this rule. Rate adjustments will be made m accordance with adopted rule 5101:3-3-25 of this notice. This is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub SB 206 and Am. Sub H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 ol this notice Rule 5101 :3-3-25 entitled "Renovation Rate Adjustments" sets forth intenm rate adjustments available to long-term care facilities for renovations. This rule ts being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent adoption to outline the renovation rate adjustment procedure in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B 298 which require the revision ol the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this adoption Is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice, Rule 5101 3-3-26 entitled "Long-Term Care Facility Cost Report Filing. Record Retention, and Disclosure Requirements" sets lorth cost reporting requirements ot long-term care facilities. This rule is being amended on an emerqency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed lor permanent amendment to change the ODHS 2524 annual cost report to six-month reports in conjunction with provisions ol Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am. Sub H B 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease In Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amendment is contained in the description of adopted rule 51 01:33-17 of this notice. Rule 5101:3-3-261 entitled "Chart of Accounts for Long-Term Care Facilities" sets forth cost reporting accounts for long-term care facilities. This rule is being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent amendment to revise cost center headings to be consistent with changes made In the six-month cost reports. These reports were developed in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B 206 and Am, Sub. H.j. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result ol this amendment is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 ol this notice. Rule 5101 '3-3-262 entitled "Long-Term Care Facility Medicaid Cost Report". This rule is being amended on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent amendment to delete the ODHS 3701 Facility Capacity Reports and revise the ODHS 2524 Long-Term Care Facility Medicaid Cost Report (Appendix A) from twelve months to six months. This Is In conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B 298 which require the revision ot the reimbursement methodology tor Medicaid long-term care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this amendment is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 51013-3-27 entitled "Audits and Settlements ot Long-Term care Facilities" sets forth the time periods lor audits and sotllementa of long-term care facility cost reports. This rule is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because Interim and final settlements are no longer Implemented as specified in this rule, Adopted rule 5101 3-3-1 7 specifies the settlement process made in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 298 which require ihe revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid tong-lerm care facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 ot this Rule 5101:3-3-27 entitled "Audits of Long-Term Care Facilities" sets forth the time periods for audits of long-term care facility cost reports. This rule is being adopted on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed lor permanent adoption to outline the field and desk audit processes This is in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities, The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis aa a result of this adoption is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101:3-3-17 of this notice. Rule 51013-3-29 entitled "Skill Level of Professionals Necessary to Render Specific Services" sets forth professionals considered for rendering services under the Resident Review Process. This rule Is being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposed for permanent rescission because the Resident Review process which was based upon reimbursement of certain skill levels of medical professionals has been suspended. This is m conjunction with provisions ot Am. 9ub. 8 B. H.B. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement melhodology for Medicaid long-term cars facilities. The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of this rescission is contained in the description of adopted rule 5101 3-3-1 7 of this notice. The following rules 5101:3-3-30 through 5101:3-3-49 which set forth the Resident Review process are being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1, 1991 and proposod (or permanent rescission. The Resident Review process and the reimbursement service units specified in each standard have been suspended. This is done in conjunction with provisions of Am. Sub. S B. 206 and Am. Sub. H.B. 296 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for long-term cars facilities. The estimated decrease In Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as a result of these rescissions is contained in the description of adopted rule510V3-317 of this notice: Rule 5101:3-3-30 entitled "BehavioralMental, Siandard 1" sets forth measures of observation, supervision, and therapeutic interventions considered under this standard ot the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-31 entitled "Personal Hygiene. Standard 2" sets forth measures ot staff intervention considered under this standard of Ihe Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-3? entitled "Eating, Standard 3" sets forth measures of assistance andor supervision considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-33 entitled "Mobility, Standard 4" sets forth measures ol assistance considered under this standard ol the Resident Review Process Rule 5101 3-3-34 entitled "Appliances, Standard 5" sets forth measures of staff intervention considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rute 51013-3-35 entitled "Medications, Standard 6" sets forth measures of administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-36 entitled "Injections. Standard 7" sets forth measures ol administration andor interventions considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-37 entitled "DressingsWound Care, Siandard 8" sets forth the type and frequency of treatments considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-38 entitled "IncontinenceCatheters. Standard 9" sets forth the measures of staff interventions considered under this standard of the Aesident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-39 entitled "Routine Treatments, Standard 10" sets forth the measures of administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. 4 . Rule 5101:3-3-40 entitled "SuctioningTracheotomy. Standard 11" sets forth the measures of staff administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process1. Rule 5101 3-3-41 entitled "Oxygen andor Aerosol Therapy, Standard 1?" sets lorth the measures ot administration considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-4? entitled "Colostomy, Jejunostomy, Ileostomy, Nephrostomy, andor Ureterostomy, Standard 13" sets forth the measures ot staff intervention considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101:3-3-43 entitled "Intravenous and Subcutaneous Fluids. Standard 14" sets forth Ihe measures of administration considered under lh siandard of the Resident Review Process. fiuie 5101 3-3-44 entitled "RehabilitationHabilitalion. Standard 15" sets torth the measures of services considered under this standard ot the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-45 entitled "Specialized Services. Standard 15-1" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-46 entitled "Physical Therapy, Standard 15-2" sets forth the measures ot services considered under this siandard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-48 entitled "Speer.hAudiokxjv Standard 15-4" sets lorth the measures of services considered under this standard of the Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3-49 entitled "Psychosocial, Standard 15-5" sets forth the measures of services considered under this standard ot ihe Resident Review Process. Rule 5101 3-3- 70 entitled "Special Rules and Rates for LTCFs with Low Medicaid Utilization" sets lorth the reimbursement methodology for tong term care facilities with tow Medicaid utiluation. This rule i being rescinded on an emergency basis on or about October 1. 1991 and proposed lor permanent rescission because the reimbursement methodology lor long-term care facilities with tow Medicaid utilization has been suspended This is in conjunction with provisions of Am Sub 8 B 206 and Am Sub. HB. 298 which require the revision of the reimbursement methodology for Medicaid long-term care facilities The estimated decrease in Medicaid expenditures on an annual aggregate basis as result of this rescissions contained in the description of adopted rute 5101:3-3-17 of this nodes. A copy of the fules proposed for permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment are available for review in county departments ol human services. A copy ol the rules proposed tor permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment is also available, without charge, lo any person affected by them al Ihe address listed betow. A public heanng on the proposed rules will bt held on November 6, 1991 at 10:00 A M. until all testimony is head m the Multipurpose Hearing Room of the State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street, Columbus, Onto At this public heanng the Ohio Department of Human Services wiH take written and verbal testimony from any person affected by the proposed rules. Written comments on ihe rules proposed for permanent rescission, adoption, and amendment may be submitted by mail, it postmarked no later than November 6, 1991 Requests for copies ot these rules andor submittal of written comments on the rules should be sent to the Office of Legal Services, Ohio Department of Human Services, 30 East Broad Street, 31st Floor, Columbus. Ohio 43266-0423. Written commenia may be reviewed at Ihta address. 34413 line "Loan Agreement"). 1Mb BONDS SHALL NOT REPRE SENT OR CONSTITUTE AN IN DEBTEDNESS OF THE ISSUER WITHIN THE MEANING that on the 12th of July, 1991, SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS filed its certain Complaint in the Common Pleat Court of HAMILTON County, Ohio In Case No. A9 106 150 on the docket of said Court, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff's mort- ?iage recorded upon the oilowing described real estate, to wit: property address it: 2331 Iroll Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225 and being more particularly described in plaintiff's mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 4157, Page 968, Hamilton County Recorder's Office. All of the above named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight days after last publication, which shaH be published once a week for six consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing in this case. LERNER, SAMPSON 4 ROTHFUSS A Legal Professional Association Attorneys for Plaintiff Joseph T Deters, Clerk 92-9-16-23-30, 10 7 12198 A9106150 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY. Pursuant to a Bond Purchase Agreement, the Bonds will be purchased by Lehman Brothers, the Original Purchaser. The maximum amount of Bonds to be out-ttanding at any one time it 15,440,000. The Bonds will have a final maturity date, lubject to aH provisions therein for prior redemption, of November 1, 1999. Interest on the Bondt It payable on the firtt day of each May and November, commencing November 1, 1991. Interest on the Bond! will be determined as set forth in the Trust Indenture authorized by the Ordinance. The Ordinance also authorizes the execution on behalf of the County ot vari-out financing documents involved in the transaction, Including the Loan Agreement, the Bond Purchase Agreement, the Tax Regulatory Agreement and the Trust Indenture, in substantially the forms submitted to the Fitcel Court of the County. A copy of the Ordinance and the forms of the financing documents described above Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the Board of Building Standards will convene a public hearing in accordance with Chapter 119 of the Revised Code, at 10:00 A.M., Friday, November 8, 1991, in Room 2090 at 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Purpose of the public hearing Is to consider rules of the Administrative Code identified as Amendments Group XXXIV, proposed pursuant to Chapters 119, 3781, 3791, 4101, 4104, and 4105 of the Revised Code. Synopsis of the proposed rules: PART A: Consider the following amended and new rules of the Administrative Code authorizing industrialized unit manufactures: 4101:2-98-04 Benchmark Homes, Inc.; 4101:2-98-23 Schult Homes Corp.; 4101:2-98-45 American Homes, Inc.; 4101:2-98-46 Craf-tech Building Systems, Inc. doing business as Heckaman Homes; 4101:2-98-52 Unibilt Industries, Inc.; 4101:2-98-77 Miller Structures, Inc.; 4101:2-98-78 Miller Telecom Services; 4101:2-98-89 Madison Industries, Inc. of Georgia; 4101:2-98-96 Beaman Corp.; 4101:2-99-25 Whitley Manufacturing Co., Inc., 4101:2-99-35 Fairmont Homes, Inc.; 4101:2-99-36 Randal Homes Corp.; 4101:2-99-52 Hartford Concrete Products, Inc.; 4101:2-99-54 Fibrebond Corp.; 4101:2-99-60 Southeast Precast Concrete Products; 4101:2-99-66 Safety Storage, Inc., 4101:2-99-72 Trans 10 Technologies; 4101:2-99-75 Manufactured Structures Corp.; 4101:2-99-76 Ritz-Craft Corp. of Pennsylvania, Inc.; 4101:2-99-78 Terra Quest Homes, Inc.; 4101:2-99-80 Showcase Homes, Inc., a division of Fairmont Homes, Inc.; 4101:2-99-81 Stewart Machine & Engineering Co., Inc.; 4)01:2-99-86 Redman Homes, Inc.; and 4101:2-99-89 T & R Custom, Inc. PART B: Consider the repeal of the following rule of the Administrative Code authorizing the use of Industrialized units because of inactivity in Ohio or failure to comply with rules of the Administrative Code: 4101:2-99-68 Peck Industries, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee. PART C: Consider new and amended rules of the Administrative Code certifying the following building departments for enforcement of the Ohio Basic Building Code: 4101.2-70-60 City Of Lorain; 4101:2-71-41 City of Loveland; 4101:2-71-66 City of Eastlake; 4101:2-73-58 City of Fostoria; 4101:2-74-29 Fayette County; 4101:2-75-45 Village of Verona, and 4101:2-75-44 Village of Caldwell. PART D: Consider the following amended rule Of the Administrative Code: 4101:2-70-32 Revocation of the certification of the building department of the city of East Cleveland, Ohio. PART E: Consider the following amended rules of the Administrative Code contained in the Ohio Boiler Code: 4101:4-3-02 to comply with change in legislation describing how fees are to be assessed; 4101:4-3-39 to comply with change in legislation to delete requirement of triennial audit survey. PART F: Consider the following amended rule of the Administrative Code contained in the Ohio Elevator Code: 4101:5-3-01 to update reference standard. PART G: Consider the following amended rule of the Administrative Code contained In the Pressure Piping Systems Rules: 4101 8-7-01 to clarify Revised Code section 4101,5 Powers of Agents. Rules adopted by the Board after public hearing will be filed In accordance with section 119.04 of the Revised Code. Information of the public hearing and copies of the public hearing draft may be obtained from the office of the Board of Building Standards, Room 2120 at 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204. Copies of the draff will be mailed as required by statute and upon request to the Board. Requested copies will be mailed when a pre-addressed, stamped envelope is furnished to the Board's office. (Envelopes shall be 10"x 13" with first-class postage ot $2.90 each.) The full text of the proposed rules are filed with the Secretary of State, Director of Legislative Service Commission, Clerk of the Senate, Clerks of the 88 County Commissioners, the Commission on Aging, and Olflce of Small Business as required In sections 119.03, 181.24, and 173.03 of the Revised Code BOARD OF BUILDING STAN- are on file with the Clerk ot the Fiscal Court. The Fiscal Court Clerk ot the County of Camp- NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO CASE NO. A-9W6339 HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, N.A., co Huntington Mortgage Co. Plaintiff v. FREDA M. ALLEN, et al Defendants Freda M. Allen, whose last known address Is 19 Clay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45217, and the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, executors, administrators, spouses and as ben, Kentucky hereby certifies that the Summary it a true and correct lummarv of the con tent! of an Ordinance adopted by the Campbell County Fiscal loutt on epremoer is, ivvi !Martha Boughner, Fltcal court Clerk, County of Campbell, Kentucky. The under signs and the unknown And that the Detendantt be reou red to set up any interest guardians of minor andor incompetent heirs of Freda M. LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID Sealed proposals wiH be received at the offices of the Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board, 222 E. Central Parkway, Room 502-C, Cincinnati, OH 45202 until 11:00 a.m. on Monday, October 14, 1991, and will be read at that time for lease of 10-12,000 square feet of mixed use office space for the offices ot this Board. Bid information and computer department specifications may be obtained upon application from Andy Mauk, Tenant's Agent, at 421-4884 or Connie Itean, Office Manager, 621-3045. This Invitation to bid neither expressly nor indirectly requires the Board to accept any bid. Decisions regarding the acceptance of any bid will be made in part based upon the Board's actual need at the time bids are opened. A bid andor performance bond are not required. The Board reserves the right to reject any andor all proposals. 27600 Allen all of whose residences signed, an attorney licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, hereby certifies that the foregoing summary it a true and correct tummary of the content! of an Ordinance adopted by the Campbell County Fiscal Court on September 18, 1991. tDa- are unknown and cannot by reasonable diligence be ascer they may have In said premises or be forever barred, that upon the failure of any of said . Defendants to pay or cause to be paid said judgment within three (3) days from its rendition, that an Order of Sale be Issued to the snentf of Hamll. tained, win take notice that on the 19th of July, 1991, HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, N.A., co Huntington Mortgage Company filed its certain Complaint in the Common Pieat Court of HAMILTON County, Ohio In Case No. A9106339 on vio b. Maione, Attorney. 40158 ton County, Ohio, to appraise. advertise ana sen said real es LEGAL NOTICE Sealed propotalt for Bid Pack-age No. 4 - Boiler Plant Modifi the docket of taid Court, and cations, Phase 1, for the Drake tate, and that the premises be sold free and clear of all claims, liens and interest of any of the parties herein, that the proceeds from the sale of said premises be applied to Plaintiffs ludgment, and for such other relief to which Plaintiff It tne Obiect and demand for relief ot which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff's mort Center, Inc. Renovation and Modernization Project shall be received by Drake Center, Inc. at Drake Center, Inc., Attention gage recorded upon the following described real estate, Mr. Richard Toepfer, Boiler to wit: entitled. Plant, 151 West Galbralth Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45216-1096, until property address It: 19 Clay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45217 2:00 p.m., on Tuesday, October 22, 1991, and will be publicly Said Defendantt will take notice that they are required to answer said Complaint on or before the 18th day of November, 1991, or judgment will be and being more particularly described in plalntlff't mortgage recorded In Mortgage Book 4516, Page 1955, Hamilton reaa aiouo immediately there after In Drake Center, Inc.'s cafeteria. THE BID OPENING County Recorder'! Office. All ot the above named defen- DATE HAS BEEN EXTEND. ED FROM THAT PREVIOUS. rendered accordingly. JAMES P. MICKEY Attorney for Plaintiff Joseph T. Deters, Clerk 916-23-30, 107-14-21 35000 A-9007901 LEGAL NOTICE Cincinnati Technical College Parking Lot Repair Project, CTC Bid Number 91,28. PUBLIC BID ADVERTISEMENT. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees, Cincinnati Technical College, BusinessFinance Office, Room 144, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223 until 12:00 noon local time on October 30, 1991. Bids will be opened and read publicly immediately thereafter, for furnishing the material and performing the labor to complete the Parking Lot Repair Project, (CTC Bid Number 91.28) at Cincinnati Technical College In accordance with the bidding documents available at the Administrative Services Office, Room 176, Cincinnati Technical Col- dantt are required to answer within twenty-eight days after last publication, which shall be published once a week tor tlx consecutive weekt, or they might be denied a hearing In LY PUBLISHED. No proposal will be considered which is not based on the Contract Documents, and tuch may be obtained by bidden from the Con-ttructlon Manager, Turner Construction Company, 600 vine street, suite 6uu, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, (513) 721-4224. NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Court of Common Pleat Hamilton County, Ohio Cate No. A-9106191 COHEN, GREGG & LAURITO 100 W Second Street P.O. Box 1288 Mid City Station Dayton, Ohio 45402 EDWIN L. NORMAN and KIM- Attention: Mr. E. Strelau. AN rnit case. LERNER, SAMPSON ROTHFUSS A Legal Professional Association Attorneys for Plaintiff Joseph T. Detert, Clerk 92-9-16-23-30, 107 ADDENDUM TO THE ORIGI NAL CONTRACT DOCU MENTS IS AVAILABLE FROM THE CONSTRUCTION 11969 A-9104339 BERLY NORMAN whose last known address It 3525 MANAGER. ALL BIDS MUST Home$ for Sale Ohio Hornet tor Salt Ohio 100 100 CONFORM WITH THE AD McHenrv Avenue, Cincinnati, DENOUM. The cost for each Probate Court Notice let ot bid documents It 125 00. Ohio 45225, and whole residence it unknown and, If deceased, their unknown heirs and devisees, whose addresses are unknown, wlH hereby take Thit it a non-refundable charge. AH bidden must obtain PUBLICATION OF NOTICE Probate Court ot Hamilton County, Ohio 'TO ALL PERSONS INTER at least one ( i i complete seT ot bid documents. Time It of the etsence. Bid! wlH be accepted and contract! awarded for the ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JAMES E. REED, DECEASED, LATE OF 2055 BluehiN Drive, following branchei of work: MECHANICALH.V.A.C WORK - BIO PACKAGE 4A, ELECTRICAL WORK BID PACKAGE 4B. Each bid Shall contain the tun name of each person or company Interested in the lame, and mall be ac EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising In this newspaper Is subiect to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes It illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or familial status or an Intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which Is In violation of the law. Our readers are hereby Informed that all dwellings advertised In this newpaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. notice that the 1 5tn day ot July, 1991, UNION FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK filed Its Complaint In the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, being case no. A9106I9I in said Court against Defendant EDWIN L. NORMAN, Praying for ludgment of 134,826.37 with interest at the rate of 11 per annum from September 1, 1990 until paid and for foreclosure of mortgage on the following described real estate, to wit: Situate in the City ot Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, In Section 33, Mlllcreek Township, Be- Sinning at a point in the norther-i line of McHenry Road 410.34 feet east of the east line of Brokaw Avenue; thence from tald beginning point continuing companled by either a suitable surety company bond in the sum of ten (10) percent of the total bid, or a certified Cincinnati, Ohio 45240, HAMILTON COUNTY PROBATE COURT, CASE NO. 914471. An application hat been filed asking to relieve the estate from administration, taying that the assets do not exceed 25,0O0 and the creditor! wil not be prejudiced thereby. A hearing on the application win be held October 30, 1991, at 9 00 o'clock A.M. Person! knowing any reason why the application should not be granted should appear and Inform the Court. The Court li located at 1000 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. 36197 914472 BUY IT SELL IT FIND IT CLASSIFIED CALL 421-4300

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