The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 25, 1991 · Page 102
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 102

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Homes for Sale 100 Homes for Sale 100 Homes for Sale Ohio 100 Homes for Sale 100 Ohio Ohio Ohio 8 EXTRAEast THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday. October 25. 1991 oZ" 100 ST " 100 Information Important Rates Telephone 421-6300 Office Hours Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Saturday 9am-3:30pm Deadlines 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 advertisements. For best results, order your ad for more than one day. Any ad can be picked-up and inserted in one zone for .77 per line. Rates for private individuals with non-commercial advertising are: Family Plan 3 lines 2 times $6.00 Certain restrictions apply. CallConnection How can you work all day.. .go out in the evening ..and still receive calls to your classified ad? CallConnection 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. All advertising published in the Cincinnati Enquirer is subject to the applicable rate card, copies of 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. Day Straight Published Classified Display Classified 5 pm Thursday S pm Tuesday Tuesday Friday S pm Friday 5 pm Wednesday Blind Box Number Charges $25 - replies picked-up $55 replies mailed Apartments OE Apartments qoE Apartments QOK Apartments 99c Apartments 99c Apartments 99c Apartments 99c Apartments 99c Apartments tyyr Apartments 25 Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CCD Unfurnished CLO Unfurnished XJ Autumn jjj' '' . .. ..r nlh.nf ..HI ""- ADVERTISING SPECIAL Shine the right kind of light on your artwork An alternative to the guest room framed, request specially manufactured glass that will eliminate as much as 97 of the sun's damaging rays. Use a sheer curtain to diffuse sunlight and protect the colors in the art. A sheer fabric will protect but still allow the detail in a picture to be seen. Use daylight to enhance certain pictures in your home. The sunlight's incoming rays can be manipulated, creating shadows which emphasize a striking modern work. For example, sunlight passing through Venetian blinds results in a dramatic effect on abstract works of art. There is a wide variety of artificial lighting available today ranging from the ordinary ceiling lights to the traditional picture lights and special directional spotlights. Listed below are tips for using artificial lighting: The optimum ceiling lighting for pictures is a 150 watt bulb and should be four to five feet away from the art. This lighting will cast a warm and pleasant general light, but Is not suitable for highlighting individual artwork. The classic method of lighting specific pictures is with They've been in the dark long enough! It's time to shine a little light on treasured works of art. Jim Nye, certified framing specialist for Deck The Walls, offers these tips to safely and creatively use both natural sunlight and artificial lighting to enhance your artwork. Although art should not be hung In direct sunlight, simple measures can be taken to protect your art from the sun's ultraviolet rays and enable you to use the daytime hours to your artwork's advantage: When having artwork the traditional picture light. Usually available in brass or -metallic frames, it can be attached to the top or bottom of the picture or on the wall just above the frame. Make sure that bulbs are no more than 35 watts. Low-voltage spotlights can be employed for specific directional lighting. Small and discreet, these lights can be fitted directly into the ceiling or mounted on a track. Fluorescent lighting gives a more accurate rendition of a picture image, but is also the most potent source of ultraviolet rays. Help reduce the effects of Apartment dwellers short on space can easily turn the living room into a bedroom through versatile furniture. "In these days of tight-squeeze apartments and compact condominiums, bedrooms reserved for the sole use of guests are about as common as servants' quarters," says Ann Britten, design consultant for La-Z-Boy Chair Company. The solution? The sleep sofa. As the dominant piece of furniture in an often-used room, the sleep sofa's appearance and durability are key. "How a piece of upholstery looks can be an indication of how these harmful rays by requesting v protective glass and covering the well it is made inside," Britten says. W hen looking for a sleep sofa, Britten suggests you inspect the outside. Look for armcaps and reversible seat cushions for long-lasting wear; tug at the buttons, seams and threads to be sure nothing loosens, puckers or sags. Check, loo, to be sure the welting is straight and that patterns and plaids are matched properly at the scams. The skirt, if there is one, should be lined for a tailored appearance and to eliminate unwanted bulges especially at the corners. And be sure the fabric is durable, since it takes more wear and tear than an ordinary sofa.: . Next, ask about the inside, and try it out for comfort. Do the seat and back have sinuous wire springs that bounce back with you, and is the frame kiln-dried hardwood that is double-dowelled for maximum strength? The sleeper mechanism should be easy to operate and made of fatigue-tested steel for long wear and, for comfort's sake, the mattress should be of either fluorescent bulbs with a special cylindrical sleeve. 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