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100 Homes tor Sale Hnn Ohio juu Hornet for Sale Ohio 100 Hornet tor Sale Ohio Hornet for Sale Ohio C-15 vhio 100 100 Hornet for Sale Ohio 100 Hornet for Sale Ohio 100 Friday. October 25, 19911 HE CINCINNATI HNQI IRI R THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER !omet for Sale Telephone 100 200 300 550 TOO Important Information 421-6300 Office Hours Real Estate for Rent Apartments.Furnished 200 Employment Instruction 305 Home Health Care , 307 Domestic Help Wanted 310 Child Care Help Wanted 312 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Saturday 9am-3:30pm Deadlines Personnel Services 320 322 325 330 335 340 Rental Furniture 205 HotelsMotels 210 Apartments-Houses to Share 215 Senior Living 220 Apartments Unfurnished 225 Housing for the Disabled 230 Mobile Homes lor Rent 235 Condos for Rent 240 Condos RentOption to Buy 245 Houses for Rent 250 Houses-LeaseOption to Buy 255 Job Listing Services Resume Services Accounting, Financial . Data Processing Engineers.Technical Management Medical, Dental Straight Classified 5 pm Friday 5 pm Monday 5 pm Tuesday 5 pm Wednesday 5 pm Thursday 5 pm Thursday 5 pm Friday 5 pm Friday Display Classified 5 pm Friday 5 pm Friday 5 pm Monday 5 pm Tuesday 5 pm Wednesday 5 pm Wednesday 5 pm Thursday 5 pm Thursday 345 350 355 Day Published Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Wheels Saturday Sunday Rates Professional RestauiantsHotelsLounges 360 Retail Careers 365 Ger.aral Storage Announcements Personals 550 Miscellaneous Notices 555 Lost and Found 560 Stork Report 565 Education and Instruction 570 Travel Opportunities 575 Farm and Produce 580 Greetings 585 Insurance 590 Tickets 595 600 Merchandise Gold Chest 600 Gold Chest Sales 605 Furniture 610 Antiques 625 Arts & Crafts 630 Musical Merchandise 635 Food Items 640 Collectors Items 645 Flea Market 650 BusinessOffice Equipment 655 FuelCoalFirewood 665 LumberBuilding Material 670 Garden Supplies 675 Christmas Trees 677 MachineryToolsSupplies 680 ToolsEquipment for Rent 685 Auction Sales 690 Wanted to Buy 695 Pets and Livestock Pets 710 Horses and Equipment 720 LivestockFarm Supplies 730 800 Recreational BoatsMotorsEquipment 810 RV's, CampefSTravel Trailers 820 Bicycles 830 Motorcycles 850 Airplanes 860 900 Automotive Utility Trailers 905 Parts, Repairs.Accessories 910 Autos Wanted 912 TrucksRent, Lease 915 4-Wheel Drive Vehicles 920 TrucksjractorsTrailers 925 Foreign Cars 930 Pickup TrucksVans 935 Antique and Collector Cars 940 ' Automobile Loans 942 Autos for Lease 945 Automobiles for Sale 950 Real Estate For Sale Homes, Ohio 100 New Construction 103 Homes.Kentucky 105 Homes.lndiana 110 Home Inspections 115 Mobile Homes 117 Condominiums 120 Real Estate Services 123 Mortgages to BuySell 124 Home Improvement 125 Modular Homes 127 Custom,Pre-cut Homes 130 Real Estate Loans 135 Resort Memberships 137 Resort PropertySale 140 Florida Property 143 Out-of-State Property 145 FarmsCountry Homes 147 Land for SaleResidential 150 'Apartments for Sale 155 'Land for Sale 160 'Land for Lease 165 'Industrial for Sale 170 'Industrial for Lease 175 Retail for Lease 177 Retail for Sale 180 'Office SpaceLease 183 Office SpaceSale 185 Investment Property 190 Real Estate Exchange 195 Real Estate Wanted 197 Commercial Investment Property classes run Sundays in the Business 260 265 270 275 280 285 290 297 All advertising published in the Cincinnati Enquirer is subject to the applicable rate card, copies or which are available from our Advertising Department. All ads are subject to approval before publication. We reserve the right to edit, refuse, reject or cancel any ad at any time. Errors must be reported on the first day of publication. We shall not be liable for any loss 'or expense that results from publication (whether published correctly or not) or omission of an advertisement. The Cincinnati Enquirer will not knowingly accept any advertising which discriminates or intends to discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, handicap or family status. Cancellations You may cancel your ad as soon as you receive results. Call 421-6300. Ask for your cancellation number. This is your record of the cancellation and it is important that you have it in the event of any misunderstanding or adjustment. Adjustments Please check your ad the first day it appears since we cannot be responsible for incorrect ads after the first day of publication. If you find an error, call the Classified Customer Service Department immediately at 723-2346 and it will be corrected as soon as possible. Blind Box Ads For prompt forwarding of replies, please address your envelope as follows: BOX NUMBER (given in ad) co The Cincinnati Enquirer 617 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH. 45202 Use a standard business size envelope or smaller. Be careful to send us newspaper box number replies only. Responses to Post Office Box numbers should be mailed directly to the address given in the Sales and Marketing 370 Secretsnal, General Office 375 Trades 380 Part Time, Temporary 385 General Help Wanted 390 freelance Services 392 Position Wanted 395 Rooms for Rent Room and Board Day Care, Service FarmsCountry Homes ResortsCottages Wanted to Rent For best results, order your ad for more than one day. Ads for seven days in the Enquirer and Post reach more than 1 million people. Rates for private individuals with non-commercial advertising are: Family Plan 3 lines 7 days $1 9.00 Gold Chest ' 3 lines 3 days - $8.50 These rates are not available in real estate for sale or rent (clases 100-297)or tickets (595). 400 500 CallConnection Service Directory Classes 400-499 Financial Business Opportunities 510 Personal Loans 515 Financial Services 525 Bank Loans 530 Pawn Loans 540 How can you work all day.. .go out in the evening.. .and still receive calls to your classified ad? Call-Connection is the answer for you. It is an electronic voice messaging system which gives you 24 hour-a-day service, freeing your time and your phone for your personal use. For a very small charge," you can have CallConnection with your next classified ad. Blind Box Number Charges $27 replies picked-up $58 replies mailed Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising: Legal Advertising stered Furniture Inspection. Larry S. Brown, Chief. 29597 fordNorwalk. 28053 address or may mail them to the University of Cincinnati Purchasing Department, Mail Location 89, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45221-0089. 30547 ler October 24, 199! upon receipt of deposit of $50.00 per set of documents (2 sets maximum per bidder). Deposits shall be in the form of a check made payable to CO. Hartman and Associates, Inc. Such deposit will be refunded if a bon-afide proposal is made to the board of Trustees and the Contract Documents are returned dentialcommercial solid waste within the City limits. Specifications may be obtained at the Madeira Municipal Offices, 7010 Miami Avenue, Madeira, Ohio 45243. All bids must be received before 11:00 a.m., November 12, 1991 In the Office of the City Manager whereby, after said time, the bids will be opened and read publicly. Bids must be submitted with a bid bond of ten percent (10) of the first year bid amount. The City reserves the right to reject any and all parts of a bid. CITY OF MADEIRA. Thomas W. Moeller, City Manager. 28519 PUBLICATION NOTICE The annual report of the Schmidlapp Memorial Dormitory for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1991, Is available for inspection at the Foundation's principal office. The Fifth Third Bank, 38 Fountain Square Plaza, Cincinnati, Ohio, during regular business hours, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., by any citizen who requests it within 180 days after publication of this notice. Eileen McCaulay Is the principal manager of the Foundation. PH: 513579-4327. 29)86 LEGAL AD Sealed proposals will be received by the University of Cincinnati at the Department of Purchasing, until 2:00 P.M. November 12, 1991 and win be publicly opened and read aloud the same day for: Storage Vessel. Price Inquiry Forms and Specifications may be picked up at the Department of Purchasing, Suite 140, Grand Baldwin Building, 655 Eden Park Drive and Gilbert Avenue. Vendors may hand-deliver their sealed bids to this same address or may mail them to the University of Cincinnati Purchasing Department, Mail Location 89, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45221-0089. 30516 Revised Code, I or my representative will conduct a public hearing on the proposed action on Monday, November 25, 1991, at 10:00 a.m. The hearing will be held In Training Room No. 2, 4th floor, 246 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio. At the hearing, persons affected by the proposed action may appear and be heard in person, by their attorney or both; may present their positions, arguments or contentions orally or in writing; may offer witnesses; and may present evidence tending to show that the proposed amended rules, If adopted or effectuated, will be unreasonable or unlawful. Persons Intending to testify are encouraged to prer-egister by writing Jacqueline Vermillion, Legal Services, Ohio Department of Health, 246 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0588, or by telephoning Ms. Vermillion at (614) 466-4882. Persons who prere-gister will be permitted to testify before other witnesses who did not preregister. Copies of the proposed amended rules are available from Mr. Vermillion. Written comments also may be submitted to her at Ihe above address on or before November 25, 1991. Peter So-mani, M.D. Acting Director of Health. 102291. 28863 of MidFed Savings Bank, 180 City Centre Mall Middle town, Ohio, pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1828(c), and to estalish six (6) branch offices pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 321. The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the Application, including the record ot performance of banks we own in helping to meet local credit needs. You are invited to submit comments on this Application, in writing to the Federal Reserve Board at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, P.O. Box 6367, Cleveland, Ohio 44101. The comment period will not end before October 28, 1991, and may be somewhat longer. The Federal Reserve Board's Policy Statement regarding notice of applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or if you need more information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact Mr. Andrew C. Burkle, Jr., the Community Affairs Office at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland at (216) 579-2175. The Federal Reserve will consider your comments and any request for a hearing on the Application if they are received by the Federal Reserve Bank on or before the last day of the comment period. THE FIFTH THIRD BANK, Cincinnati, Ohio. MIDFED SAVINGS BANK, Middletown, Ohio. 20191 scribed as follows: ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT, piece or parcel of land, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the Town of Weston, County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut shown as Lot No. 1 on a certain map entitled, "Map of Property prepared for C.N. Builders, Inc., Weston, Conn, scale: I" IOC May 2, 1984 Rev. May 16, 1984. Together with a right-of-way for all lawful purposes, in common wilh others, In, over, through and upon the areas shown as 50 foot right-of-way to Treadwell Lane on said map. Together with and subject to the) obligation of the grantees their heirs and assigns, to pay a proportionate share of the cost of the maintenance, repair, upkeep and removal of snow and ice from said right-of-way areas in common with all others who now or In the future may use such right-of-way. returnable before the Superior Court within and for the Judicial District of StamfordNorwalk to be held at Stamford on the 3rd Tuesday of November, 1991 and apon application in said action tor an Order of Notice, it appearing to and being found by the subscribing authority that the location and identity of said Defendant in said action is unknown and that notice of the institution of this action most likely to come to said party's attention Is by publication of this notice in the following newspapers on three separate dates: The Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio; and The Metropolis Planet, Illinois. ORDERED, that the notice of the institution 38 Fountain Square Plaza, 511 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45263, intends to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to acquire certain assets and assume certain liabilities associated with five (5) branch offices currently operated by Chase Bank of Ohio, One Columbus, 10 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio, pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 51828(c) and to establish four (4) branch offices pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 321. The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the Application, Including the record ot performance of banks we own in helping to meet local credit needs. You are invited to submit comments on this Application, in writing, to the Federal Reserve Board at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, P.O. Box 6387, Cleveland, Ohio 44101. The comment period will not end before November 24, 1991, and may be somewhat longer. The Federal Reserve Board's Policy Statement regarding notice of applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or If you need more information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact Mr. Andrew C. Burkle, Jr., the Community Affairs Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland at (216) 579-2175. The Federal Reserve will consider your comments and any request for a hearing on the Application If they are received by the Federal Reserve Bank on or before the last day of the comment period. THE FIFTH THIRD BANK, Cincinnati, Ohio. CHASE BANK OF OHIO. Columbus, Ohio. October 25, 1991. 28547 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received by the Boaro of Park Commissioners of the Hamilton County Park District at the District Offices, 10245 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231, until 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 4, 1991 for the construction of new vault toilets located at Lake Isabella Park, 10174 Loveland-Madeira Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140 as set forth in the Drawings and Specifications. Separate proposals will be received for General Construction and Electrical Contracts. Electrical Contracts will be assigned to the successful General Construction bidder and become Subcontractor of the General Contractor. Each bid must be submitted in a sealed envelope and clearly designated on outside ot envelope with project name and bid category. Bids shall be publicly opened and read aloud at 2:00 p.m., November 4, 1991. Copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained after 2:00 p.m., Friday, October 18, 1991 at Hamilton County Park District, 10245 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 (telephone 513521-7275) by depositing $25.00 in check or money order (written to the Hamilton County Park District) between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday for each set of documents obtained. 11 the drawings and specs are returned in good condition with no marks within ten (10) days after the bid opening, the deposit will be refunded. Bidding Documents mav be viewed at the followino: TIONS. NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR CERTIFICATION OF NONSEGREGATED FACILITIES. Bidders are cautioned as follows: By signing this bid or offer, the bidder will be deemed to have signed and agreed to the provisions of the "Certifications of . Nonsegre-gated Facilities" in this solicitation. The certification provides that the Bidder does not maintain or provide for his employees facilities which are segregated on a basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin, whether such facilities are segregated by directive or on a de facto basis. The certification also provides that he will not maintain such segregated facilities. Failure of a Bidder to agree to the Certifications of Nonsegregated Facilities will render his bid or offer norres-ponsive to the terms of solicitations involving awards of contracts exceeding 510,000, which are not exempt from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Clause. Forms required to be completed and submitted with Bid Proposal: I. Proposal Proper. 2. Substitution Sheet - if required. 3. Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond (Section 153.57 Ohio Revised Code) or Certified Check, Cashiers Check or Letter of Credit - 10 of Bid Amount. 4. Non-Collusion Affidavit or Prime Bidders. 5. Contractor's Qualifications Statement (AIA Document A-305). 6. Bidder's Certification regarding Federal E.E.O. 7. Bidder's Certification regarding E.E.O under Greater Cincinnati Plan. The Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County reserves the right to reject anyall bids and to waive any informalities in bidding. By Order of: THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF CINCINNATI AND HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. 30571 STATE OF OHIO Department of Insurance Certificate of Compliance The undersigned, SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE OF THE STATE OF OHIO, hereby certifies that MONUMENTAL GENERAL INS CO Of BALTIMORE State Of MARYLAND has complied with the laws of this State applicable to it and is authorized during the current year to transact in this state Its appropriate business of insurance. Its Financial condition Is shown by its annual statement to have been as follows on December 31, 1990.: Admitted Assets S237,547,806.00 Liabilities $190,373,745.00 Surplus $44,674,061.00 Income $271,915,683.00 Expenditures 24U99,897.00 Net Assets $47,174,061.00 Capital $2,500,000.00 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my seal to be affixed at Columbus, Ohio, this day and date. George Fab, RYEE, Superintendent of Insur-ance of Ohio. 29)63 STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF STAM-FORDNOR WALK AT STAMFORD. SEPTEMBER 3, 1991. DOCKET NO. CV 89 0099017 S. DANIEL T. MCINTYRE AND MAUREEN C. MCINTYRE v. MERRILL LYNCH REALTY OPERATING PARTNERSHIP, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, dba MERRILL LYNCH REALTY, and ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS CLAIMING OR WHO MAY CLAIM ANY RIGHTS, TITLE, INTEREST OR ESTATE OR LIEN IN OR ENCUMBRANCE UPON THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THIS COMPLAINT, ADVERSE TO THAT OF THE PLAINTIFFS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM OR POSSIBLE CLAIM BE VESTED OR CONTINGENT and STATE OF CONNECTICUT. ORDER NOTICE TO: SUSAN ANN (SU-DIE) SCOFIELD and to all unknown persons claiming or who may claim any rights, title or Interest or estate in or lien or encumbrance upon the real property described in the Complaint, adverse to the Plaintiffs, whether such claim or possible claim be vested or contingent. Upon the Complaint of the Plaintiffs In the above entitled action praying for the reasons therein set forth, a ludgment to settle title In real property de- in good condition on or before the )0th calendar day following the public opening of proposals. Each proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties making the same, and all persons interested therein, and must be accompanied by a bid guar anty and contract bond tor the full amount of the bid, or a certified check, cashiers check or Letter of Credit in the sum of ten percent ( 10) of the bid amount as a guarantee that if the proposal be accepted, a contract will be entered into. Bidders must use required printed forms as none other will be accepted. The Bidder to whom the contract is awarded will be required to furnish a contract bond in the sum equal to 100 of the propsal. Bidders must comply with the State Prevailing Rate of Wages on public improvements in Hamilton County, Ohio as . ascertained and determined by the Department of Industrial Relations, as provided in Section 4115.04 of the Revised Code of Ohio. Each Bidder must submit, with his or her bid, a certification of compliance with the affirmative Action Requirements under Part I of Part II of the Cincinnati Hometown Plan E.E.O. Bid Conditions Issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. Each Bidder must insure that all employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, creed, color, sex or national origin. The successful Bidder also must comply with all the provisions of (a) The Davis-Bacon Act, (b) Contract Work Hours Standard Acf, (c) The Copeland Act (Anti-Kick Back) and (d Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT: BIDDERS OF THIS WORK WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH THE PRESIDENT'S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 11246. THE REQUIREMENTS FOR BIDDERS AND CONTRACTORS UNDER THIS ORDER ARE EX-PLAINED IN THE SPECIFICA- too LEGAL AD Sealed proposals will be received by the University of Cincinnati at the Department of Purchasing, Suite 140, Grand Baldwin Building, 655 Eden Park Drive and Gilbert Avenue until 2:00 P.M. November 6, 1991 and will be publicly opened and read aloud the same day for: R.O.I.-22 ft 23 RIEVESCHL HALL AND ZIMMER AUDITORIUM. Price Inquiry Forms and Specifications may be picked up al the Department of Purchasing at the above address 28811 Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the Division of Bedding and Upholstered Furniture will convene a public hearing at 10:00 AM, November 27, 1991, in Room 2090 at 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Purpose of the public hearing Is to consider a rule of the Administrative Code identified as Laboratory Fees to be Charged for Tests and Analyses, proposed pursuant to Chapters 1 19 of the Revised Code. Synopsis of the proposed rule: Consider the following new rule of the Administrative Code contained In the Bedding and Upholstered Furniture Inspection Rules and Laws 1990 as follows: 4101:6-1-26 to establish requirements and a fee schedule for bedding and upholstered furniture laboratory tests and analysis. Information regarding the public hearing and copies of the public hearing draft may be obtained from the office of the Division of Bedding and Upholstered Furniture, Room 2300 at 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204. Copies of the rules wiH be mailed upon request) when a pre-ad-dressed, stamped envelope is furnished to the Division's office. (Envelopes with first-class postage of S.29 each). The full text of the proposed rule Is filed with the Secretary of State, Director of Legislative Service Commission, Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) and Office of Small Business Development. Division of Bedding and Uphol- of said action be given the De F.W. DodgeMcGraw Hill, The Grand Baldwin Bldg., 655 Eden Park Drive, Sulfe 515, Cincin Real Estate fendant by some proper officer or indifferent person by publication of this notice In the above listed newspapers on three separate dates on or be For Sale Homes, Ohio LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES The City of Madeira, Ohio Is soliciting sealed bids for the collection and disposal of resi- fore iiiz, 1991 and that the return of such service be made to the above named Court. JudgeClerk, Dean Poulos, Clerk of the Superior Court Ju-dicial District of Stand- NOTICE OF APPLICATION ACQUISITION OF ASSETS AND ASSUMPTION OP LIABILITIES OF BANK BY A BANK. The Fifth Third Bank, Notice of Public Hearing Under authority of section 3721.26 of the Revised Code, I have proposed to adopt new rules 3701-64-01 to 3701-64-05 of the Administrative Code. These rules would establish investigation, notice, and hearing procedures regarding allegations of abuse and neglect of long-term care facility resi FOR THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK LEGAL AO Sealed proposals win be received by the University of Cincinnati at the Department of Purchasing, until 2:00 P.M. November 8, 1991 and will be publicly opened and read aloud the same day for: Medical Laser Camera. Price Inquiry Forms and Specifications may be picked up at the Department of Purchasing, Suite 140, Grand Baldwin Building, 655 Eden Park Drive and Gilbert Avenue. Vendors may hand-deliver their sealed bids to this same 100 103 105 110 115 117 120 123 125 127 130 135 137 140 143 145 147 New Construction Homes, Kentucky Homes, Indiana Home Inspections Mobile Homes Condominiums Real Estate Services Home Improvement Modular Homes Custom, Pre-cut Homes Real Estate Loans Resort Memberships Resort PropertySale Florida Property Out-of-State Property dents and misappropriation of their property. I proposed the rules for the purpose of implementing a portion of Amended Substitute House Bill 822 ( 1 18th General Assembly). In accor-dance with Chapter 119 of the In Proceedings For A Reorganization Under Chapter 1 1 Case Nos 91 B 1048", (TLB I 10 91 B 10494 (TLBI Jointly Administered Case No. 91 BI04K8(TLB) nati, Ohio 45202; Allied Construction Industries, 1010 Yale Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206; Greater Cincinnati, Building Trades Council, 1505 Chase Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223; Contracts for work under this bid will obligate the Contractor and Subcontractor to comply with minimum wage rates established by the Ohio Department of Industrial Relations. Proposals shall be accompanied by a Bid Guarantee and Contract Bond meeting the re- Suirements of Sec. 153.571 R.C executed by a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio in the full amount of the proposal, Including add alternates. In lieu of a bond, a certified check may be substituted, payable to the Owner In the amount of ten percent (10) of the proposal amount, including add alternates. No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty days after the bid opening date. The Hamilton County Park District reserves the right to re-ect any and all bids. By order of the Hamilton County Park District. 15350 HILLS STORES COMPANY dha Hills Department Stores, fka SCOA Imluslries Inc., HILLS DEPARTMENT STORES, INC. ika THL Holdings, Inc.. INTERSTATE LEASING CORPORATION. DAN INTERNATIONAL. INC., CANTON ADVERTISING. INC.. C R H. INTERNATIONAL. INC.. and RUDNICK AND SONS, INCORPORATED, FarmsCountry Homes Case No 91 B 10489 (TLB) Case No. 91 B 10490 (TLB) Case No. 91 B 10491 (TLB) Case No. 91 B 10492 (TLB) Case No. 91 B 10443 (TLB) Case No. 91 B 10494 (TLB) Debtors. Land for SaleResidential 150 Apartments for Sale 155 160 Land tor Sale Land for Lease Industrial for Sale Industrial for Lease Retail for Lease Retail for Sale Office SpaceLease Office SpaceSale Investment Property Real Estate Exchange Real Estate Wanted 165 170 175 177 180 183 185 190 195 197 Hornet for Sale Ohio 100 AMBERLEY NEW LISTING 2 acres in most prestigious area. 5 bdrms, 4 baths, elevator, inground pool, poolhouse wbath, deck, circle driveway, hardwood firs. Will Co-op. Meadowbrook Dr. S379.900. NOTICE OF SUMMONS SERVICE BY PUBLICATION In the Vigo Circuit Court, Juvenile Division. Cause No: I4C0V-90U-JC-77I. State of Indiana vs County of Vigo. IN RE: THE MATTER OF Michael Edward Landers, D O B. 3-15-84, A Child Alleged to be in Need of Services. The State of Indiana, County of Vigo to Alfonzo Davis. You are hereby notified that you have been named as an interested party In an action tiled by the Vigo County Department ot Public Welfare in the above entitled Court. The nature of the action against you is a Petition to Terminate Parental Rights. This Summons by Publication is specifically directed to you as the alleged father of Michael Edward Landers a minor child, In said action for the reason that your present whereabouts are unknown. You must answer the petition in writing within thirty ( 30 ) days of the date of the last publication. If you fail to do so, a judgment may be entered against you terminating your parental rights to Michael Edward Landers. The above described Petition and a copy therof are on file in the Office of the undersigned Clerk of the Vigo Circuit Court in the Vigo County Courthouse, in the City of Terrre Haute, Indiana, and are available for your reference. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 17th day ot Sept., 1991. Patricia R. Mansard. NOTICE OF LAST DAY FOR THE Fll.lIWi OF PROOFS OF CLAIM AVtl OF PRfM'FDl HE TO FILE PROOFS OF CLAIM TO: ALL CREDITORS AND PARTIES IN INTEREST OF THE ABOVE CAPTIONED DEBTORS: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Ihul on Fchniary 4. 1991 (the "Filing Dale"), each of the above-named debtors (collectively, ihe "Hills Entities" or "Debtors") filed a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 1 1 of title 1 1, United SlalcsCodt(lhe"BunkrupttyCode"),inlheUnilcdSlulesCoun for the Southern District of New Yorkllhc"Bankruplcy Court"). PI EASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that ihe Bankruptcy Court has entered an order daled Ocloher 7. 199 1 (the "Bar Order") requiring all persons and entities, EXCEPT THOSE PERSONS AND ENTITIES DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPHS A THROl (JH ii BELOW, including individuals, partnerships. corporations, estates, trusla. and governmental units, which assert a Claim (as defined hclow)against any of the above-referenced Debtors, thai (i) arose prior lo February 4. 1991 (ihe "Filing Date") or (ill arose from the Debtors' rejection of an executory contracl or unexpired lease pnor lo the dale of the Bar Order, to Tile a proof of claim ayainsl such canicular Debtor or Debtors, by U.S. Mail, wilh: United States Bankruptcy Court co Hills Slores Company, et al. P.O. Bos .178 1 Church Street Station New York. New York HKI08.37H6 or by delivering the same by hand delivery or courier service (but not by U.S. mail), to the Clerk. United Slates Bankruptcy Court. Room6l4, Alciandcr Hamilton Custom House. One Bowling Green. New York. New York KXKW. in either case so that it is actually received on or before 5:00 P.M. EST. on December 16, 1991 (Ihe "Bar Dale"). SucJi proofs ol claim will be deemed filed only when thev are actually received. As used herein, the term "Claim" means (al right lo paymcnl. whether or nol such right is reduced to judgment, liquidated, unliquidated, fixed, contingent, matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, legal, equitable, secured or unsecured: or(b) right loan equitable remedy lor breach ol performance if such breach gives rise loa righl lo payment, whether or not such righl lo an equitable remedy is reduced lo judgment, fixed, contingent, matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, secured or unsecured. NOTICE IS FT RTHER GIVEN THAT IF YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FILE A PROOF OF CLAIM AND FAII TO IH) SO IN THE MANNER PRESCRIBED, YOU WIM. BE FOREVER BARRED FROM VOTING UPON, OR RECEIVING DISTRIBUTIONS UNDER, ANY PLAN OR PLANS OF REORGANIZATION FOR ANY OF THE HILLS ENTITIES, AND WILL BE FOREVER BARRED FROM ASSERTING ANY SUCH CLAIM AGAINST ANY OFTHE HILI.S ENTITIES OR THEIR SUCC ESSORS OR ASSIGNS. Pcmlingfurthcr order of the Bankruptcy Court, Ihe following persons or enlilics are SHU required lofileaproof of claim on or before the Bur Date: A. Any person or entity that has alreudy filed a proof of claim conforming suhslunliully with Ihe official hunkrumcv form against the Hills Enlilics wilh Ihe Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court. Owner, 531-0011. Designing especially for you has become a tradition for us. Carey Homes 791-5950,736-3636 HUD ACQUIRED PROPERTIES Watch for our ads every i nursoay tn mis paper. ANDERSON-OPEN SUN 1-3. Move-in cond. New carpet a, windows. 3BR, WBFP, C A Garage. 168,900. E on Beechmont, L. Tallberry, R. to 7113 Wood- rioqe. by owner. zji-854i ANDERSON TWP-3 br ranch, quality construction a. features 137,900. 474-0516 BOND HILL 2 FAMILY 2-4 room units, current rents S350 & S375. Separate utils. Priced to sell S59.900. 891-2300 AMEND NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, on November 1, 1984, certain Mortgage Deed was executed by New England Club Associates as mortgagor in favor of The First National Bank ot Cincinnati as mortgagee and was recorded on November 2, 1984, in Book 4530, Page 396 in the Office of the Recorder. Hamilton County, Ohio: and WHEREAS, the Mortgage Deed was insured by the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Developement (the Secretary) pursuant to Section 221 (d) (4) ot the National Housing Act. 12 U SC. 17151 1 . lor the purpose of providing multifamily housing: and WHEREAS, the Mortgage Deed is now owned by the Secretary, pursuant to an assignment dated July 15, 1987, and recorded on July 17. 1987. in Book 462, Page 1204, in the Office of the Recorder, Hamilton County, Ohio: and WHEREAS, a default has been made in the covenants and conditions of the Mortgage Deed In that the payment due on September 1 , 1 987, was not made and remains wholly unpaid as of the date of this notice, and no payment has been made sufficient to restore the loan to currency: and WHEREAS, by virtue of thir default, the Secretary has declared the entire amount of the indebtedness secured by the Mortgage Deed to be immediately due and payable; NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to powers vested in me by the Multifamily Mortgage Foreclosure Act of 1981. 12 U.S C. 3710. at seg, , by 24 CFk Part 27. and by the Secretary's designation ot me as Foreclosure Commissioner, notice is hereby given that on November 13, 1991, at 10:00 a.m. local time, all real and personal property at or used in connection with the following described premises located al 9135 Beechmont Avenue. Cincinnati, Ohio (the Protect), will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder: The legal description of said protect is more particularly descnbed In the attached 'Exhibit A'. The sale will be held at Hamilton County Courthouse, 1000 Main St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. The successful bidder (other than the Secretary) will, pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 3706 (b) (2) (A), be required to operate the Project in accordance with the lerms, as appropriate, of section 221 (d) (4) of the National Housing Act, 12 U.S.C. 17151 . The successful bidder (other lhan the Secretary) will be required to execute a Use Agreement with the Secretary which contains the terms and conditions under which Ihe Proiecl must be operated The Commissioner's deed to the successful bidder will contain covenants which obligate the grantee to operate Ihe ProieclVi in accordance with Ihe appropnale conditions, and must receive previous participation clearance in accordance with procedures set out in 24 C.F.R. 200.210 et seg. Additional information about this sale, including the terms under which the sale is being conducted, is provided in a bid package which is available from: Paul Sheldon Federal Olfice Building, Rm. 9002 550 Main Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3253 All parties who are Interested in bidding at the sale must obtain a bid package. The bid package contains sample copies of documents that the purchaser must deliver at the sale and copies of documents thai the purchaser must execute al closing. The bid package also describes, among other things, the procedure for prorating real estate taxes, and the purchaser's obligations after sale. When making their bid. all bidders excepl the Secretary must Submit a deposit totalling $75,000 in the form of a certified check or cashier's check made out to the Secretary of HUD. Each oral bid need not be accompanied by a deposit. If the successful bid is oral, a deposit ot $75,000 must be presented before Ihe bidding is closed. The deposit is nonrefundable The remainder of the purchase pnce must be delivered within 30 days of the sale or at such other time as the Secretary may determine for good cause ihown. time being of the essence. This amount, like the bid deposits, must be delivered in the form ol a certified or cashier's check. If the Secretary is Ihe high bidder, he need not pay the bid amount in cash. The successful bidder will pay all conveyancing lees, all real estate and other taxes that are due on or after the date of closing and all other costs associated with the transfer of title. Before being accepted as the purchaser, the high bidder must deliver to the Commissioner, at the time ol sale, an executed Acknowledgement by Bidder form. In this form, the high bidder acknowledges that he understands the terms of Ihe sale and the obligations to which he will be bound after the sale. A copy of this form is oontained in the bid package described above The Secretary may grant an extension ol time within which to close. All extensions will be for 10 days, and a tee will be charged in the amount of $1 .5 ofthe unpaid portion of Ihe purchase price. The extension fee shall be paid in the form of a certified or cashier's check made payable to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. If the high bidder closes the sale pnor to the expiration of any extension period, the unused portion ol Ihe extension fee shall be applied toward the amount due at closing. If the high bidder is unable to dose the sale within the required penod, or within any extensions of time granted by the Secretary, the high bidder's deposit will be forfeited, and the Commissioner may offer the Protect to the second highest bidder for an amount equal to Ihe highest price ottered by that bidder. All other terms of the sale would remain the same. If the second bidder rejects the Commissioner's offer, no further offers will be made and sale will be cancelled. Dated' August 19, 1991 John R. Meckstroth. Jr. POrwiusuiB CumillllWuner m Attorney at Law 22 West Ninth Street , Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (513)721-8808 "EXHIBIT A" Situate in Abraham Hite's M S. 608. Anderson Township. Hamilton County, Ohio and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Intersection ot the Old cenler line of Beechmonl Ave., with the center line of Nagel Road; thence from said point of beginning with the Old center line of Beechmont Ave., the following five courses and distances: 1. North 62 38' East, 100 00 feet; 2. North 86" 29' East, 100 00 leel; 3. South 89" 26' East, 100 00 feel; 4. South 85 24' East, 93 45 feet; 5. South 82 40' East. 286.75 feet to the real point of beginning for this conveyance; thence from said real point of beginning, with me Old cenler line of Beechmont Ave , South 82" 40' East, 30.49 feel to a point; thence South 2 53' 40" East. 921 68 feet to a point; thence North 87 08' 20" East, 430.00 leet to a point; thenoe North 2 53' 40" West, 336.02 feet 10 a point; thence South 82 40' East, 21 4.86 feet to a point: thence South 0 10' East, 1360.32 feet to a point; thence North 83 1 5' West, 31 7.03 feel to a point; thence North 81 29' West. 300 09 feel 10 a point; thence North 2 53' 40" West. 1875.51 feet lo a point of beginning; Containing 16 768 acres ol land. Being subject lo sanitary sewer easements as recorded In Plat Book 202. Pages 15 and 16. Hamilton County Recorders Office; Subiect to an easement for ingress, egress and utility purposes said easement being more particularly described as lollows: Beginning as the before descnbed real point ot beginning, said point being in Ihe Ok) center line ol Beechmont Ave; thence with said Old cenler line ot Beechmonl Ave., South 82 40' Eaal, 30.49 feet lo a point; thence South 2" 53' 40" East, 921 .68 leet to a point; thence Soulh 87 08' 20" West, 30 00 leet to a point; thenoe North 2 53' 40" West, 927 09 feet lo Ihe point of beginning Together with an easemenl lor ingress, and ulilily purposes, said easement being more particularly described as lollows: Beginning at a point in the Old cenler line ol Beechmont Ave., said point lies Soulh 82 40 East, 30.49 feet Irom the before descnbed real point of beginning: thence with said cenler line of Beechmont Ave., South 82 40' East. 20 32 feet to a pant; thence South 2 53' 40" East, 918 07 feet to a point in a North line ol the premises herein conveyed; thence with said North line, South 87 06' 20" West. 20.00 leet to a point; thence North 2 53' 40" West, 921 .68 leel to the point ol beginning. Also together wilh an easement lor slope, grading and storm sewer purposes, said easement being more particularly descnbed as follows: Beginning at a point in Ihe Old center line of Beechmonl Ave., said point lies South 82 40' East, 50.81 feet from the before descnbed real point of beginning; thence with sail Old center line of Beechmont Ave., South 82 40' East, 15 24 feet to point; thenoe South 2 53' 40" East, 248 48 feel to a point; thence North 87 06' 20" East, 35 00 feel lo a point; Ihenoe South 2 53' 40" East, 387 00 feel to a poinl; Ihence South 87" 08' 20" West, 35 00 feet to a point; thence South 2 53' 40" East, 280 97 feet lo a point; thence Soulh 87 06' 20" West, 15 00 leet to a point; thence North 2 53' 40" West, 918 07 feet to a point of beginning. Clerk. Vigo Circuit Court. Nellie L. Simbol, Attorney for the EMERALD REALTY INC. Vloo County, Department of Public Welfare, 1320 Walnut B. Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807. 812-234-0100. 4610 Any person or entity (i) whose Claim is nol lisled as "disputed." "conlingent" or "unliquidated" in Ihe Hills Entilies' Schedules of Liabilities (the "Schedules"), filed wilh Ihe Clerk of ihe Bankruptcy Court, and (ii) who agrees with the classification and amount set forth therein. Any person or entity having a Claim allowable under section 507(aH I ) of Ihe Bankruptcy Code as an administrative expense of ihe Debtors' chapter 1 1 cases. Any person or enmy having a Claim allowed hy order ofthe Court entered on or prior lo the Bur Dale. Holders of any public debt or secumics of the Debtors which are traded on any securities exchungc, wilh muturily dales uftcr February 4. 1991 . need nol file a pniof of claim arising from their ownership LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION Acquisition ot Assets and As BONO HILL 761-Brlck 3 bdrm Cape Cod, IV bath. Poss loan assump! Karen Gilliam 531-2110, 761-0052 EQUITABLE REALTORS BOND HILL HUGE 2 FAMILY 4 rm & 7 rm, 2 C gar. Nice. Rents S360 & $510. Separate utils. Brick. S79.900. 091-2300 EMERALD R EALTY INC. D. E. sumption of Liabilities of a Financial Institution By a Bank: The Fifth Third Bank, 38 Fountain Square Plaza, 511 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45263 Intends to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to acquire the as-sets and assume the liabilities BRIDGETOWN 118 Enjoy Immediate occupancy of this 3 bdrm. ranch In the country. Convenient to Interstate & Rt. 50. I"i baths, 2 car garage, remodeled kitchen. 178,850. Helen Scott 922-2600 471-9111. THIEMANN REALTORS Homes for Sale Ohio 100 t2r Ol SUCh Securities; pjimUtUVumfiyej. nai any SUCH liuwcr who wisiivs iu nsscn n cwm piin j of Ihe Debtors thai is nol based solely upon ownership of such securities must file a prool of claim on or pnor lo Ihe Bar Dale, unless another exception provided for herein applies. F. Any of the Debtors or any affiliate of Ihe Debtors holding a Claim against one or more of Ihe other Debtors need not file a proof of claim in respect of such Claim G. HiildcrxofiHilslundingshurCTofcimrnonorrrelcrreds or Hills Stores Company need rail file a Brguloiinlfissl arising from ihcir ownership of such shares; pmyivksl. howcyci. that public shareholders of any of Ihe Debtors who wish lo assert a Claim against any ol the Debtors that is nol bused solely upon ownership of Ihe Deblors' common andor prelerrcd stuck, Including, without limitation, Claims based on (i) redemption rights, if any. (ii) unpaid dividends declared prior lo Fcbruury 4, 1991 , or (iii) any olhcr obligations of the Deblors, must tile a pEPjiLpi cjuiirj ixi or pnor to ihe Bar Dale. NOT ICE IS FURTHER GIVEN lhat any person or entity having a Claim arising from Ihe rejection of an unexpired lease or executory com rati pursuant to any order entered on or alter September VI. 1991 shall file prool of such claim on or prim lo the dale fixed in Ihe order authorizing such rejection. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN thai acts or omissions of any Debtor that occurred prior lo the Filing Dale may live rise lo Claims against such Debtor notwithstanding ihe fact thai such Claims (or Ihe injuries on which they are based) may be contingent or may mil have occurred, muluredorbecomcfixed or liquidated prior lo such date. Therefore, any creditor having a Claim or potential Claim againsl a Debtor, no mailer how remote or conlingent. must file a proof of claim on or before Ihe Bar Dale. N01K'EISI'UR'ITIl;R(IIVENlhal proofs ofclaim shall specifically set forth Ihe name or namcsof each Dchlor against which such Claim is asserted, and shall he in subslanlial conlormily wilh Ihe official hankniplcy form. N()TICE IS FURTHER (IIVENlhalciipics of Ihe Schedules are avuilahlc for inspect ion dunng regular business noun al (il ihe offices ot Kaye. Scholer. Ficrman. Hays Handler. Attorneys lor ihe Deblors, 42 Park Avenue. New York. New York 10022. (ill Ponrman-Douglas Corporalion. I J2J Smilhwesl Custer Dnve. Ptinland. Oregon 47219. and (iii) Ihe Office ofthe Clerk. Uniled Stales Bankruptcy Court. Southern Di slncl of New York. 5th Floor. Alexander HamiltonCustomllouse.OneBowlingGrecn.Ncw York. New York 11X104-1408. In the event you have any questions v concerning the filing of your proof of claim, you may telephone (503) 293-5082 between Ihe hours of 6:00 A.M. and 6:181 P.M., Pacific Time lor assistance. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subiect to the Federal Fair Housing Act o! 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 an dwellings advertised In this newpaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. Daled: New York. New York October 7. 1941 BY ORDER Of-Till-COURT (slmiLL, Btotmui TINAL HKOMAN Uniled Slates Bankruptcy Judge Classified Continued in Section D , Page 8 KAYE. SCHOI F.R. HERMAN, HAYS 4 HANDLER Attorneys for Hills Stores Cnmiany, el al. Debtors and Debtors In Possession 425 Park Avenue New York, New York 11X122 -(212)1136-8(8)0 T T 7 JkLAkJkLak.

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