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G-12BusineSS news THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Sunday, October 13, 1991 Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Clerk of Court Notices Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Baby-products business booming stretches without elastic and adjusts with Velcro. His Cotton Bottoms, one of several brands now on the market, is sold in some stores in the South, and he was looking for more buyers at his first show. tained elastic gathers that didn't dry and required safety pins he was wary of using. By the time his fourth child, who is now 2, was born, Smith had designed a cotton diaper that 1990 sales rose to $2.5 billion BY EVAN RAMSTAD The Associated Press DALLAS It's boom seeking individuals that would like to commit a portion of their assets $2,500) to be used as collateral for a credit line for one year. In return, could receive up to a 24 return on their maximum at risk amount the year. Investors can withdraw on eacn anniversary. vaii ku at 752-9144 for information to be mailed to you. 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They acknowledged feeling some effect of the recession. The association estimates growth of 4 to 5 this year, down from the 10 leaps of the late 1980s. Boomers having babies But Davis said demographics are on the industry's side. The baby boomers born in the 1950s h nt Silentwriter 2 Model 90 PostScript Laser Printer 35 Adobe Scalible Fomi, 2MB RAM, 6 pages per L I ftir. 1 P port, DOS 5.0 Add $600 for 48633 SX16 Mhz -1 MB RAM - 40 MB Hard Disk - 5.25" 1.2 or 3.5" 1.44 FDD 1024 768 .28 mm A color mon. - 2 S & 1 P port, DOS 5.0 Add $50 for SX20 New! KX-P1124 386sx20 Notebook 2MB RAM, VGA, 40 MB hard drive $1795 24 pki printer, narrow 300 cm draft. 100 cm KX-P2624 $445 i KX-P1180 $164 80286, 12MHx, 1MB RAM 1 FDD, 4 MB HDD NMM SVGA MONITOR MS DOS A, GW BASIC $1215 Ator$75Reb Oniy $1495 IBM k Midntoiti coopuiblo minute, 16MH proce -ear carriage fVilutOBR letter duality Drive. DOS 5.0 & Basic. 65 LOCATIONS IN THE U.S.A. Store hours: Mon - Fri 10:00 7:00 Sat 10O) - bflO KENWOOD BEECHMONT SPRINGDALE 8004 HosbrooK fld. 8092 Beechmont Ave. 1 1 784 SphngtieW Pk. Tel. 513-793-3778 Tel. 513-474-3556 Tel. 513-671-1262 ADVANCED by Micro 1 forfeiture are found at 95(c). You should file the pe,i,on within thirty (30) days following receipt of the mailed notice of seizure. The seizure number I60-91-F-OI64 has been as signed to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the claim, petition or other corre spondence to tne fbi. suomii aH documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forteiture Analyst. 23248 LEGAL NOTICE On JANUARY 22, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, the CINCINNATI POLICE DIVISION seized a 1981 BMW 733IA, VIN NUMBER: WBAFF4309B7361407. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted tnis seizure on auuus i i, it i, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at $8,000. this forfeiture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U.S.C, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 2), Code of Federal Regulations (CFR ), Sections 1316.71 -131681. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited properly, it you want to contest the seizure or forfeiture of the property In court, you must file a claim of ownership and a bond in the amount Of $800 with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be In cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are Indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuny disclose your finances in a signed statement called "Declaration In Support of Request to Proceed in Forma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from tne i-bi r-iera Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a daim of ownership of the property with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. If you want to request a f ardon of the forfeited proper-y, submit a petition for remission or mitigation of the forfeiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office Identified below. This petition must Include proof of your ownership interest in the property and the facts and circum stances whicn you believe iusti-fy return of the property or return of your interest In the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or mitl- ?ation ot the forfeiture, see 28 .F R., Sections 9.1-9.7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dated August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are found at 9.5(c). You should file the petition within thirty (30) days follow ing receipt ot tne maiieo notice f seizure. The seizure number 3160-9I-F-0152 has been assigned to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the claim, petition or other corre spondence to tne rtH. suomn all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 21036 LEGAL NOTICE On JANUARY 4, 1991, at 4228 ALLENDORF DRIVE, APT 9, CINCINNATI, OHIO, the CINCINNATI POLICE DEPARTMENT seized $2,960.00 IN US CURRENCY from ROGER GIL-REATH. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on AUGUST 2, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for viola tion Ot THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at $2,960. This forfeiture Is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C), Section B8I and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U.S.C, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.), Sections 1316.71 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfeiture of the property In court, you must tile a claim, of ownership and a bond In the amount of $296 with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be In cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must fuHy disclose your finances in a signed statement called "Declaration in Support ot Request to Proceed in Forma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a daim of ownership of the property with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. If you want to request a pardon ot the forfeited property, submit a petition for remission or mitigation of the forfeiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest in the property and the facts and circumstances which you believe justify return of the property or return of your interest In the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or miti- Sition of the forfeiture, see 28 FR, Sections 9.1-9.7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dated August 31, 1987. The criteria tor requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are found at 9.5(c). You should file the petition within thirty (30) days following receipt of the mailed notice of seizure. The seizure number 3I60-91-F-0153 has been assigned to this forfeiture action. Use this number to Identify the property when submitting the claim, petition or other correspondence to the FBI. Submit all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310,, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 20751 stances which you believe lustily return of the property or return ot your interest In the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or mitigation of the forfeiture, see 28 C F R , Sections 9 1-9 7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dat ed August 31, 1987. The criteria tor requesting remission ot tne forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (I), (2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation ot the forfeiture are found at 9 5(c). You should file the petition within thirty (30) days following receipt of the mailed notice of seizure. The seizure number 3I60-91-F-0168 has been assigned to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identity the property when submitting the claim, petition or other corre spondence to the FBI. submit all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 23359 LEGAL NOTICE On MARCH 25, 1991, at ELM-WOOD PLACE, OHIO, the ELMWOOD PLACE POLICE DEPARTMENT seized a 1980 BUICK CENTURY, VIN NUMBER: 4H69AAH229I26. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on AUGUST 13, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture tor violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at $2,500. this forfeiture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and reg ulations: 19 U S C., Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21. Code of Federal Regulations (CF R ), Sections 1316.71 - 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfei ture of the property in court, you must file a claim of owner- snip ano a oona in tne amount of $250 with the FBI by NO VEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to tne u s. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuiiy disclose your ti nances in a signed statement called "Declaration in Support of Request to Proceed in Forma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from tne r-ai t-ieid Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a claim of ownership of the property with the FBI by NOVEMBER i, 199 . I vou want to request a pardon ot tne tortenea proper- v. suom t a petition tor remis sion or mitigation of the forfeiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified oeiow. tms petition must include proof of your ownership interest in the property and the facts and circumstances which you believe justify return of the property or return of your interest in the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or miti gation of the forfeiture, see 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.1-9.7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dat ed August 31, 1987. The criteria tor requesting remission ot tne forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) 1 , (2 , (3), 4), and (5). Tne criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are round at y.sici You should file the petition within thirty (30) days follow- ma receiot of tne maried notice of seizure. The seizure number 3160-9I-F-0165 has been as signed to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the daim, petition or other corre spondence to the FBI. Submit all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 23)52 LEGAL NOTICE On JANUARY 20, 1991, at LINCOLN HEIGHTS, OHIO, the LULKLANU PULIlb Dfc PARTMENT seized a 1984 FORD RANGER-TRUCK, VIN NUMBER 1FTBR10C8EUD64858. Aaents of tne r-eoerai bureau ot investigation (FBI) adopted this sei zure on AUGUST 13, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, tor forfei ture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT The property was appraised at $3,suo. mis forfeiture is beini conducted pursuant to Title 2l united states code use.) Section 681 and the following additional federal laws and reg ulations: 19 U.S.C, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR.) Sections 1316.71 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon ot the for feited property. If you want to contest tne seizure or fortei ture of the property in court, you must file a ciaim ot owner ship and a bond in the amount of $350 with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuny oisciose your fi nances In a signed statement called "Declaration In Support ot Request to proceed in For ma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a daim ot ownersntp of me property witn the rot by NOVtMBtK 4, 1991. If you want to request a fiaroon of tne torieiteo proper-v, submit a petition for remis sion or mitigation ot the forf eF ture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof ot your ownership Interest in the property and the facts and circum stances whicn vou believe usri- fy return of the property or return of your interest In the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or mitigation of the forfeiture, see 28 C.F.R.. Sections 9.1-9.7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended tn 52 Federal Register 32785, dated August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5 b 1), 2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the ma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the igned declaration and a claim if ownership of the property with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. if you want to request a pardon of the forfeited proper- submit a petition tor remis sion or mitigation of the forfeiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest In the property and the facts and circumstances which you believe justify return of the property or return of your interest in the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or miti- laiion or me TorreiTure, see a F R., Sections 9.1-9.7, dated ugust 7, 1987 as amended in 2 Federal Register 32785. dat ed August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are found at 9.5(c). You should file the petition within thirty (30) days follow ing receipt or the mailed notice of seizure. The seizure number 3160-91-F-0155 has been assigned to this forfeiture action. Use this number to Identity the property when submitting the ciaim, petition or other corre spondence to the FBI. Submit all documents to the FBI, CIN CINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forteiture Analyst. 31404 LEGAL NOTICE On JANUARY, 22, 1991, at LOCK LAND, OHIO, the LOCK-LAND POLICE DEPART MENT seized a 1982 PONTIAC TRANS-AM, VIN NUMBER: G2AW87H8CL554956. Aaents of the Federal Bureau of Inves tigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on AUGUST 13, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The properly was appraised at S4.450. this forteiture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U.S.C, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code ot Federal Regulations (CFR ), Sections 1316.71 - 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forteiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the for feited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfei ture of the property In court, you must file a claim of ownership and a bond In the amount ot S445 with the FBI by NO vtMBfcK a, yvi. me oono may be in cash or a cashier's cneck payapie to tne u.. ue- partment of Justice or provide surety, it you are inaioent (needy and poor), vou may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must imiy oisciose your fi nances In a signed statement called "Declaration In Support of Request to Proceed in Forma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office Nsted below. File the signed declaration and a claim of ownership of the propert with the FBI bv NOVEMBER iwi. it you want to request a pardon ot tne forfeited proper ty, submit a petition tor remis sion or mitigation of the forteiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest in the prop erty ana tne tacts ano circum stances which you believe tusn- fy return of the property or return of your interest in the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or mitigation of the forteiture, see 28 C.F :.F.R., Sections 9.1-9 7, dated August 7, 1967 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dat ed August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) I), (2) (3), (4). and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are found at 9.5(c). You should file the petition witnin thirty (30) days fonow- I receipt Of the mailed notice of seizure. The se zure number 3I6O-91-F-0163 has been as signed to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the ciaim, petition or otner corre spondence to the FBI. Submit all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 452Q2, S 13-42 -4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 29813 LEGAL NOTICE On APRIL 5, 1991, at LOCK-LAND, OHIO, the LOCKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT seized a 1987 HONDA CIVIC, VIN NUMBER 1HGEC4531HA064918. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on AUGUST 22, 1991, at CINCINNA)!, OHIO, tor forte ture for violation of THE CON TROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at $5,425. This forfeiture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C). Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and reg ulations: iv u se, sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR ). Sections 1316.71 - 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon ot the for feited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfei ture of the property in court, vou must file a claim of owner ship and a bond in the amount of $542 with the FBI bv NO VEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department ot Justice or provide a surety. If you are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuny oisciose your fi nances in a signed statement called "Declaration in Support of Request to Proceed In I ma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Oftice listed below. File the signed declaration and a claim of ownership of the property with the FBI by NOVEMBER i, 1991. If you want to request a pardon of the forfeited proper ty, submit a petition for remis sion or miriaation ot the fortei ture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest In the prop-erty and the facts and clrcum- 386sx25 386sx20 1MB RAM. 40MB Hard Drive. 2MB RAM. 89MB Hard 3.5" or 5.25" HD Floppy. Super VGA .28DP Monitor. 3.5" or 5.25" HD Floppy. VGA .31 DP Color Monitor. 2SPG, 101 Key Keyboard. : 2SPG, 101 Key Keyboard. MS - MS-DOS 5.0 & Basic. $1192 1492 and early 1960s are having children of their own. Forty percent of the babies born last year were to first-time parents, those who spend the most to equip their homes and cars for a newborn. Baby-product companies are also getting a boost from changed family structures, such as when stepfamily members also spend on. a baby, Shirley Pepys, association president, said. Such trends have led Dallas-based Texas Instruments to expand its popular school-age line of educational toys down to the infant level. "We think we're just beginning to scratch the market," said Mark Allen of Texas Instruments, which made its second appearance at the JPMA show this year. The company's newest baby product is a stacking toy that forms the face of a clown and talks, teaching colors and parts of a face. When Dean Smith of Atmore, Ala., figured he had spent more than $2,000 on disposable diapers for his first child, he started looking for a cheaper alternative. The cloth diapers he found con- J El I ALR Ptomsma sn Canon citizen pb& MM 48633 38633 4MB RAM, 64K RAM Cache. 89 MB Hard Drive 3.5" & 5.25" HD Floppies. Super VGA .28DP Monitor. 2SPG, 101 Key keyboard. MS-DOS 5.0 & GW Basic. $1992 4MB RAM, 64K RAM Cache. 143MB Hard Drive 3.5" & 5.25" HD Floppies. Super VGA .28DP Monitor. 2SPG, 101 Key Keyboard. MS-DOS 5.0 & GW Basic. $2792 BAILIFF'S SALE OF CHATTEL PROPERTY Slate ol Otwo. County ot Hamilton, ss: Pursuant to the command ot an order ot sale from the Hamilton County Municipal Court, and to me directed, I wil otter at public sate on the premises at 6131 Stewart Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45227, on Wednesday, Novem-ber 6, 199) at 2 00 PM., the following described property, to wit: 1980 BMW 5211 Serial IS761274). To be sold by order of Court, as execution, in case no. 91CV17S69, wherein The BMW Store. Inc., is plaintiff and Victor Allen is defendant. Amount of claim, S2.177.6S, and cost of publication. Terms ot sale, cash on day of sale. This sale is subject to any mortgage or lien. EUGENE HICKS, Bailiff, FLOYD MOORE, Deputy Bernard C. Fo Sr., Attorney. Cincinnati, unio October 1. 1991 2233 91CV17569 Legal Advertising IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mall or in per son. Notices cannot be re ceived by phone. Release Deadlines for re ceiving copy Is 3:00 p.m.: Monday for Wednesday Tuesday for Thursday Wednesday for Friday Release Deadline is Noon: Thursday for Saturday and Sunday Friday for Monday & Tuesday Proof deadlines are one day in advance of release deadlines. When submitting copy please Indicate date(s) notice is to appear in the Cincinnati Enquirer. If submitted in person, bring to the Cincinnati Enquirer Advertising Counter on the second floor at 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. If submitted by mail, send to: The Cincinnati Enquirer Classified Legal Advertising Dept. 617 Vine Street 2nd Floor Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 The publisher's liability for any errors or failure to print legal notices shall be limited to the cost of the first publication ot 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 On AUGUST 9, 1991, at SEAT TLE. WASHINGTON, aaents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seized a 1982 POR SCHE 928, VIN NUMBER: WPOJA0928CS820969 for for feiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was ap praised at $12,025. This torfei' ture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: iv use, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations IL.r.K.i, sections uia.i 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfeiture of the property In court, you must tne a ciaim or owner' ship and a bond in the amount Of Sl, 202 with the FBI by NO VEMBER 12, 1991. The bond may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are Indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuny disclose your fi nances in a signed statement called "Declaration In Support of Request to Proceed in Forma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a claim of ownership of the proper h with the FBI by NOVEMBEl 12, 1991. If you want to request a pardon of the forfeited property, submit a petition for re mission or mitigation ot me for feiture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest in the property and the facts and circumstances which you believe justify return of the property or return of your interest In the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or miti- lation ot tne forfeiture, see a I.F.R., Sections 9.1-97, dated August 7, 1987 as amended in 52 Federal Register 32785, dat ed August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the torteirure are touno at .s ci. You should file the petition within thirty (30) days following receipt of the mailed notlci of seizure. The seizure number 3840-9 l-F-0040 has been as signed to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the ciaim, petition or otner correspondence to the FBI. Submit all documents to the FBI, SE ATTLE DIVISION, 915 SECOND AVENUE, FED OFFICE BLDG ROOM 710, SEATTLE, WA 98174, 206-622-0460, Attention: IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mail or In per son. Notices cannot be re ceived by phone. Release Deadlines for re ceiving copy is 3:00 p.m.: Monday for Wednesday Tuesday for Thursday Wednesday for Friday Release Deadline Is Noon: Thursday for Saturday and Sunday Friday for Monday Tuesday Proof deadlines are one day In advance of release deadlines. When submitting copy please indicate date(s) notice Is to appear In the Cincinnati Enquirer. If submitted in person; bring to the Cincinnati Enquirer Advertising Counter on the second floor at 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. If submitted by mail, send to: The Cincinnati Enquirer Classified Legal Advertising Dept. 617 Vine Street 2nd Floor Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 The publisher's liability for any errors or failure to print legal notices shall be limited to the cost of the first publication of the advertisements). If you need any additional Information, please call 421-6300, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Frldav. Forfeiture Analyst. 5680 LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Housing Authority ot New port, Kentucky, is accepting proposals tor upgrading it's multi-user computer system to Network system. The physi cal upgrade ot the system is but a small part ot th.s protect. Maintaining continuity in the operation, with minimal dowrv ime and ease ot operator tran sition are primary factors in selection ot a venoor. written responses must be received by close of business, 4:30 p.m. No vember 14, 1991. proposals may either be mailed or deliv ered in person 10 jui sourn-gate, P.O. Box 459, Newport, Kentucky, 41072. Responses should be marked, Attention: John B. Crabb, Network. For a list of pertinent Information whicn must oe supmineo wun the proposal and specifications outlining the proposed work, contact Mr. John B. Crabb, Contract Administrator at 6061 581-2533 between tne hours of 8:30 a m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. The Housing Authority ot Newport reserves the right to reject any or aH proposals or to waive any informalities. No proposal Shan be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days subsequent to the submittal deadline without the consent of the Housing Au thority ot Newport, Kentucky. The Housing Authority of Newport is an Equal Employment Opportunity agency. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF NEWPORT, KENTUCKY. By: Mark H. Brown, Title: Executive Director 3016 LEGAL NOTICE On APRIL 8, 1991, at XENIA, OHIO, the XENIA POLICE DEPARTMENT seized a 1987 MAZDA RX-7 GL, VIN NUMBER: JM1FC3314H0525355. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on SEPTEMBER 12. 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at S8.300. This forfeiture is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U.S.C., Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.), Sections 1316.71 -1316.81. You may con test the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forfeiture of the property In court, you must file a claim of ownership and a bond in the amount ot sbjo witn the roi bv NOVEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department ot Justice or provide surely, if vou are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tmiy disclose your fi nances in a signed statement called "Declaration In Support of Request to Proceed in Fi ma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a claim ownership of the properr with the FBI bv NOVEMBER ' 199). If you want to request a pardon ot the forfeited proper- . submit a petition tor remis- lon or mitigation of the forfei ture (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified below. This petition must include proof of your ownership interest in the property and the facts and circum stances wnicn you beueve usti- fy return of the property or your interest in property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or miti- n itton ot me forfeiture, see a F.R., Sections 9.1-9.7, dated ugust 7, 1987 as amended m 52 Federal Register 32785, dat ed August 31, 1967. The criteria tor requesting remission of tne forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) It), 12), (3), (4), and (5). The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are found at 9.5(c). You should file the petition witnin tmrty (juj days toiiow id receipt or me mailed nonce if seizure. The seizure number 3160-9 1-F-0I70 has been as signed to this forfeiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the claim, petition or other corre spondence to tne r-ti. suomif all documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 31474 LEGAL NOTICE On MARCH 3, 1991, at TER RACE PARK, OHIO, the TERRACE PARK POLICE DE PARTMENT seized a 1988 JEEP COMANCHE, VIN NUM BER: IJTHS6415JT061653 Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted mis seizure on auwjsi iv. 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was ap- Draised at S5.85U. this forfei ture Is being conducted pursu- am to line n, uniTeo stares Code (U.S.C.), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U.S.C, sections 1602-1619, and Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (i t-.K.i, sections u 16 1 1316.81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. H you want to contest trie seizure or forfei ture of the property m court. you must rue a claim ot owner ship and a bond in the amount of $585 with the FBI by NO- vbMbtK 4, ivvi. rrte bona may be in cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide surety, if vou are indiaent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must tuiiy disclose your fi nances in a signed statement called "Declaration in Support ot Request to proceed in For ma Pauperis." You can obtain this form from the FBI Field Office listed below. File the signed declaration and a daim of ownership of the property with tne roi ov NuvtwbtK ivvi. if you want to request a pardon of the forfeited proper ty, submit a petition for remis sion or mitigation ot the forfel- jre (an original and two copies) to the FBI Field Office identified peiow. inis petition must Include proof of your ownership Interest In the property and the facts and circumstances which you believe justify return of the property or return of your Interest in the property. For the regulations pertaining to remission or mitigation ot the forfeiture, see 28 C F R., Sections 9.1-9.7, dated August 7, 1987 as amended In 52 Federal Register 32785, dated August 31, 1987. The criteria for requesting remission of the forfeiture are found at 28 C.F.R., Sections 9.5(b) (1), (2), 3 . 4 . and 5 . The criteria for requesting mitigation of the forfeiture are touno at v.stcr. You should file the petition within thirty (30) days following receipt of the mailed notice of seizure. Tne seizure number 3160-9I-F-0166 has been assigned to this forteiture action. Use this number to identify the property when submitting the claim, petition or other corre- Sondence to the FBI. Submit documents to the FBI, CINCINNATI DIVISION, 550 MAIN STREET, FED OFFICE BLDG RM. 9023, CINCINNATI, OH 45202, 513-421-4310, Attention: Forfeiture Analyst. 31417 LEGAL NOTICE On FEBRUARY, 22, 1991, at 944 NORTH BEND, CINCINNATI, OHIO, the SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT seized $1,135.00 IN US CURRENCY from Anthony Collins. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) adopted this seizure on AUGUST 30, 1991, at CINCINNATI, OHIO, for forfeiture for violation of THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT. The property was appraised at $1,135. This forfeiture Is being conducted pursuant to Title 21, United States Code (U.S.C), Section 881 and the following additional federal laws and regulations: 19 U S.C, Sections 1602-1619, and Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Sections 1316.71- 1316 81. You may contest the seizure and forfeiture of this property andor petition to the FBI and request a pardon of the forfeited property. If you want to contest the seizure or forteiture of the property In court, you must file a claim of ownership and a bond m the amount of $250 with the FBI by NOVEMBER 4, 1991. The bond may be In cash or a cashier's check payable to the U.S. Department of Justice or provide a surety. If you are indigent (needy and poor), you may not have to post the bond. To request a waiver of the bond, you must My disclose your finances In a signed statement called "Declaration In Support of Request jo Proceed In For- ifll Micro I computer Cinte r For home delivery of The Enquirer Call 651-4500 551 mm Hypnotherapy Courses A COMPLETE IN DEPTH PROGRAM, ALL TRAINING APPROVED BY THE OHIO STATE BOARD OF PROPRIETARY SCHOOL REGISTRATION. 90-01-111T As a valuable tool within the family Provide a worthwhile contribution to the well being of others Through self hypnosis become all that you want to be There are no prerequisites required A an adjuct to your present profession Help yourself and others to Lose Weight Stop Smoking, and control Stress. Achieve financial security for your and your family with minimal investment Be your own boss JAMES A. WARD "We serve ourselves best, by serving others." EVENING AND WEEKEND CLASSES 831-3600 FOR INFORMATION CINCINNATI SCHOOL OF HYPNOSIS 5827 Happy Hollow Rd., Milford (minutes from anywhere 0(1 275) James Ward, PH.D., Director of Education. James Ward is the founder and director of the Cincinnati, Columbus, and Louisville Schools of hypnosis. He is a well known author and lecturer, and brings to the schools experience based on 35,000 sessions. This educational program is approved and endorsed by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, The American Institute of Hypnotherapy, the National Association of Hypnotherapy, The American Board of Hypnotherapy. Private Hypnotherapy sessions available with Dr. James Ward for smoking, weight, business, stress mgt., etc. SAVE 35-45 On Selected Carole Custom Bedspreads, Top Treatments, Draperies & More. LIOAL NOTICI TtlMUl TOWNSHIP WAIT! WATIR TRIATMINT DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION Of- WAIT! WATIR TftlATMINT ITSTIM AND PUMPINO PACIIITIII ADVIRTISIMINT FOR II D The Trimble Township Waste Water Treatment District (TTWWTD) with office in Jacksonville, Athens County, Southeastern Ohio, plans to construct a sewer collection and waste water treatment system in the Villages of Jacksonville, Trimble and Glouster, and a waste water treatment facility south of Jacksonville, in Trimble Township. The work will be bid In four (4) separate contracts which are described briefly below: Contract A Constructing a 0 28 MGD serated lagoon and related facilities Including a septage receiving unit, screening devise at Influent, earthen lagoons and three (3) pumping stations. Construction period is 550 days. Contracts B, C 8, D These contracts Involve constructing gravity sewers, force mains, simplex and duplex pumping stations, new septic tanks, and excavating, demolishing, and abandoning existing septic tanks. The main quantities are summarized below: CONTRACTS C D Jacksonville Trimble Glouster 29,350 28,450 103400 4-12 4-12 4-1 2,900 3,520 6,485 l't-IO IV.-a l'-8 155 116 308 1000-2000 1000-6000 1000-6000 550 550 730 Length of Gravity Sewers (ft) Size Range of Gravity Sewers (In) Length of Force Main (ft) Size Range (in) No. of Septic Tanks Size of Range (gals) Construction Period (days) fillip 'r 50 OFF 60 OFF "SfVvlaik Pleated Mini& ''Tik ' ' " Shades Micro Blinds FREE SHOP AT HOME! if ' jf?M KENiES?hWJ00M Sealed bids for the construction of these contracts wiH be received by: The President, TTWWTD, Mailing Address: P. O. Box 260, Trimble Ohio 45782; Street Address: South Sixth Street, Jacksonville, Ohio until 6:00 p.m. Local Prevailing Time (LP) on Thursday, November 7, 1991. Bids shall be In sealed envelopes, and marked on the outside as " Bid for Contract A," "Bid for Contract B," "Bid for Contract C " or "Bid for Contract D," or state which combination of contracts on which the bidder Is making the respective bid. Copies of the plans, specifications, and construction documents can be purchased for 9150 per Contract from: Stanley Consultants, Inc. 225 Iowa Avenue Muscatine, lowa 25761 Attn: Lee Miller Tel: (319 ) 264-6600 Fax: (319) 264-6658 Checks should be made payable to Trimble Township Waste Water Treatment District. Copies of the documents may be Inspected at the temporary TTWWTD office on South Sixth Street, m Jacksonville, at the Glouster Water Dept. on Front Street in Glouster, at the Trimble Village Town Had on S R. 329 In Trimble, and at the Trimble Twp. 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