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Page 16 Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, Monday, March 24, Look To The Eagle-Gazette Want Ads : To Fill Your Every Need and . . . SOME IUCKY PERSON WILL RECEIVE 1 FREL THEATRE TICKET EVERY DAY WATCH FOR YOUR NAME It may b ours today! Every day w will publish! the nam of someone lor 1 free ticket. Scan the columnt, clip and bring to The Eagle-Gazette Classified Department Monday :thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and you will receive a letter entitling you to a free ticket to LANCASTER 'CINEMA. Be our Guest. 'Good tor any rrformanc. Monday and Sunday motinMS. .Pastas nol goad tor soma movias tha Cinama will automatically axtana vhn the "no pastes" feature hot ended. Eagle-Gazette Phone 654-1321 CUSSIFIED ADS - Major-Market Statistics show 35 of Musical Instrument buyers snop Ciassmea Deiore buying. To sell your musical instrument, place a Classified ad. 654-1321 LANCASTER EAGLE-GAZETTE esisv A "A" is tor Advertising Concise, effective sales-talk in the Classifieds. A fast, efficient way to greater sales volume. A marvelous way to obtain highest return on your advertising dollar. Use the Classifieds for your best selling season yet! B. "B people are buying from the Classifieds We have what they want when they need it. Your Daily Shopping Spot C"C" is for Classified. The . place to advertise and look whether you are selling or buying Our proven sales record means more people than ever before are using Super Successful Classifieds 654-1321 rail 9453 It looks like a skirt until you go into action culottes give you lots of freedom. Easy top has shoulder tucks. Misses Sizes 8 to 20. $3.25 for each pattern. Add 75c each pattern for postage, handling. Send to: Morion Martin Pattami, Rood.r Moil 323 lancait.r Eool.Gaiett. 62-10 North. Blvd., Woodsidt, NT 11377. Print Tour Name, Addreif, Zip, Pattern Number. Fresh fashions in SPRING SUMMER PATTERN CATALOG. Free pattern offer. Send $2 75C postage. Books $2.95 75C p&h. 117-Etiy Aii of Ntedlepoint 122-Sturt n' Puft Qultu MARIAN MARTIN PATTERNS UNCASnt CINEMA CUNC HO 7IMI.S. tm. t Sm. Missus I Starti Frisky -CAM (AS MOVIt II :41 1 1:11 Sal t m. ISstksst 1:11 1 I Starts FriaWy POlKf ACAMMT $ :15tf:llp.B. S. A Sm. Mitssss 1:1 thru Thursday, also Saturday,.) t staling "sorry, no pat,sas". but your trM pass ana nonor his) "is lor Buy More than ever before to(lll 666 Lacy scallops edge pretty crochet bolero. Use Pompadour yarn in one color. Great for separates. Directions Sizes 10-16. Send $3.25 plus 75c postage, handling, for each pattern. Send to: ''Laura Wheeler" Crafts-; Reader Mail 319 Lancaster Eagle-Gazette 6204 Northern Blvd.. Woodside, NY 11377. Print Your Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. 1 ' '85 Needlecraft Catalog 150 designs. $2 65c. Books $2.50 65c p & h. 129-Oulck n' Eity Transfers 123-Stttch V Patch Quirts 115-Rlpple Crochet 105-Instant Crochet Laura Wheeler; X R ' A F T 19B6 IN I HE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY. OHIO. Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster Plaintiff, vs. Keith A Ankrom. el al. . Defendants. Case No. 57520 Judge Clark LEGAL NOTICE TO: The Defendant, Jane Doet Unknown Spouse of Defendant, Keith A. Ankrom, If any, Address Unknown, no last known address: You will hereby take notice that the Plaintiff, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster, has filed suit against you in the Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Ohio, in Case No. 57570, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster vs. Keith A. Ankrom, et al. The Plaintiff seeks foreclosure and sale of real estate described hereafter and requires that you set forth your interest in said real estate or be barred forever. The real estate is described as follows: Situated in the Village of Bremen, County of Fairfield, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows. Being Lot Number One Hundred Sixty one (161) in J E. Purvis Second Addition to Village of Bremen, Ohio. The above described premises being located at 350 Fort Street, Bremen, Ohio 43107. This notice will be published once each week for six (6) consecutive weeks. You are re quired to answer the Complaint within twenty eight 2B) days after the last publication of this notice, or judgment by default will be rendered against you. The attorney for the Plaintiff is James A. Edwards, Attorney at Law, 136 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130. The address of the Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Ohio is the Hall of Justice, Lancaster, Ohi043l30. Robert S. Lacey, Clerk Court of Common Pleas of Fair field County, Ohio 33,10,17,24,31,4786 (6t) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF FIDUCIARY On March 11, 1986, in the Fair field County Probate Court, Case No. 47808, Barbara J. Mathews, 6360 Coonpath Road, Carroll, Ohio 43112 was ap pointed Executrix of the Estate of Pauline M. Keller deceased, late of 6610 Coonpath Road, Carroll, Ohio 43112. S. Farrell Jackson Probate Judge Clerk 317,24,31 (3t) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF FIDUCIARY On March II, 1986, in the Fairfield County Probate Court, Case No. 47805, Homer E. Spicer, 4514 Gender Road, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110 was appointed Executor of the estate of Lucille L. Mehring deceased, late of 1219 Blacklick Road, NW Baltimore, Ohio 43105. S. Farrell Jackson Probate Judge Clerk 317, 24,31, 3t) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF FIDUCIARY On March 4, 1986, in the Fairfield County Probate Court, Case No. 47786, Joyce A. Nixon, 704 Marietta Road, Bremen, Ohio 43107 was appointed Exec utor of the estate of Lloyd M. Nixon, deceased, late of 704 Marietta Road, Bremen, Ohio. S. Farrell Jackson Probate JudgeClerk 310,17,2486 3t) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 5TAEOFOHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio March 14, 1986 Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 86 326 UNIT PRICE CONTRACT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus, Ohio, until 10:00 A.M., Ohio Standard Time, Tuesday, April 8, for improvements in: Fairfield County, Ohio, on section FAI-664-5.01, State Route 664 in Rush Creek Township, by widening and resurfacing in part with asphalt concrete on a bituminous aggregate base. Project Length - 7,440.00 lin feet or 1.409 miles. Work Length - 7,870.00 lin. feet or 1.491 miles. Pavement Width - 24 feet. Bidding on this Project is restricted to Minority Business Enterprises (MBE's) certified as MBE's in accordance with Section 123.151(B)(2) of the O.R.C. by the State Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinator and qualified to bid with ODOT under Chapter 5525 of theO.R.C. "The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal." Each bidder shall be required to file with his bid a certified check or cashier's check for an amount equal to FIVE PER CENT OF HIS BID, but in no event more than fifty thousand dollars, or a bond for TEN PER CENT OF HIS BID, payable to the Director. Bidders must apply, on the proper forms, for qualification at least ten days prior to the date set for opening bids in accordance with Chapter 5525 Ohio Revised Code. Plans and specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation and the office of the District Deputy Director. The Director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. WARREN J. SMITH DIRECTOR 324,3186 ( 21) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio March 14, 1986 Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 86 325 UNITPRICE CONTRACT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus, Ohio, until 10:00 A.M., Ohio Standard Time, Tuesday, April 8, 1986, for improvements in: Coshocton, Fairfield, Guernsey, Knox, Licking, Muskingum and Perry Counties, Ohio, on section COS 16-7.29 on State Route 16, and various routes and sections by furnishing and installing raised pavement marker materials. Project Length - 0.00 feet of 0.00 mile. work Length Various feet or various mile. Pavement Width - varies. "The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal." Each bidder shall be required to file with his bid a certified check or cashier's check for on amount equal to FIVE PER CENT OF HI5 BID, but in no event more than fifty thousand dollars, or a bond for TEN PER CENT OF HIS BID, payable to' the Director. Bidders must apply, on the proper forms, for qualification at least ten days prior to the date set for opening bids in accordance with Chapter 5525 Ohio Revised Code. Plans and specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation and the office of the District Deputy Director. The Director reserves the right to refect any and all bids. WARREN J. SMITH DIRECTOR 324,3186 ( 21) IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO BENEFICIAL MORTGAGE CO. Successor in interest of CAPITAL SAVINGS LOAN, Plaintiff, vs. TERRY L. BRILL, and JACKIE C BRILL, and THE FIRST INVESTMENT COMPANY, and ALICE MORSE, Defendants. Case No. 5747S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Terry L. Brill, whose last known address was 1413 East Mulberry Street, Lancaster, OH 43130 You are hereby notified that you have been named as a Defendant in a legal action entitled Beneficial Mortgage Company, successor in interest to Capital Savings and Loan, Plaintiff, vs. Terry L. Brill, et-. al.. Defendants. This action has been assigned Case No. 57478 and is pending in the Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130. The object of the Complaint is to foreclose the mortgage against real estate located at 766 Pennsylvania .Avenue, Lancaster, OH 43130, and the prayer is to foreclose all interest owned by you and tor costs. You are required to answer the Complaint within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this notice, which will be published once each week tor six (6) successive weeks. The last publication will be made on the Uth day of April, 1986, and the twenty eight (28) days for answer will commence on that date. In case of your failure to answer or otherwise respond as required by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. February 27, 1986. Robert W. Lacey, Clerk of Courts Fairfield County Common Pleas Court 310,17,24,31,47,1486 (6t) NOTICE OF FARM LEASE The Farmers Home Ad ministration (FmHA) has for lease the following described property. This property is located in Section 14 of reading Township in Perry County. The farm consists of approximately 507 tillable acres. All interested bidders should contact the FmHA County Of ftce at 150 West Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130, Tele phone No 1 614 654 5731 for the FmHA bid solicitation forms. All bids must be submitted on FmHA forms to the above office by 4:30 P.M., Monday, March 31, 1986,and will be opened 8:00 A.M. April 1,1986. The lease will not exceed one (1) year, but may be renewed without another public offer. The lease may be terminated upon sale of the property, but the lessee will retain the right to harvest the growing crops. Preference will be given family size operators. FmHA may require a financial statement and or a letter of credit from any bidder. The Government reserves the right to reject all offers. The property will be leased without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or marital status. U.S. D A. -Farmers Home Administration Farm Rental 32486, (It) IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO. Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster Plaintiff, vs. Arch A. Owen, et al. Defendants Case No. 57521 Judge Martin LEGAL NOTICE TO: The Defendant, Jane Doe, Unknown Spouse of Defendant, Arch A. Owen, if any. Address Unknown, no last know address: The Defendant, John Doe, Unknown Spouse of Defendant, Glenn B Owen, if any. Address Unknown, no last known ad dress: You wilt hereby take notice that the Plaintiff, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster, has filed suit against you in the Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Ohio, in Case No. 57521, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lancaster vs. Arch A.JDwen, et al. The Plaintiff seek! foreclosure and sale of the real estate described hereafter and requires that you set forth your interest in said real estate or be barred forever. The real estate is described as follows: Situated in the Village of Pickerington, County of Fairfield, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows: Being Lot Number Thirteen (13) of Shadow Oaks Subdivision, Section 1, as said lot is numbered and delineated on the recorded plat of said Subdivision, recorded in Plat Book 10, page 117, Recorder's Office, Fairfield County, Ohio. T he above described premises being located at 335 Quail Hollow Court, Pickerington, Ohio 43147. This notice will be published once each week for six (6) consecutive weeks. You are required to answer the Complaint within twenty eight (28) days after the last publication of this notice, or judgment by default will be rendered against you. The attorney for the Plaintiff -is James A, Edwards, Attorney at Law, 136 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130. The address of the Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Ohio is the Hall of Justice, Lancaster, Ohio 43130. Robert S. Lacey, Clerk Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield County, Ohio 33,10,17,24,31,4786 ( 6t) Sometimes the simplest things work the best-like a simple, little ad in classitied. For a simple solution to your selling problem, try classified. ft E iaaajj' Eagle-Gazette 654-1321 TOTHE DEFENDANT, Janet Brooks. WHOSE RESIDENCE ISUNKNOWN: COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO Address: Lancaster, Ohio 43130 ' Robert E. Sherman 10840 Basil Road Baltimore, Ohio 43105 Plaintiff vs. Janet Brooks, whose address is unknown; last known address: 2090 Steman Road Baltimore, Ohio 43105 Defendant Case No. 57409 NOTICE Plaintiff has brought this action naming you as the Defendant in the above named court by filing his complaint on January 15, 1986. The object of the complaint is to obtain a forfeiture of the installment land contract entered into between yourself and the Plaintiff, Robert E. Sherman, on or about November 18, 1981 for the sale of the following described real property : Situated in the Township of Liberty, County of Fairfield, State of Ohio. Being a part of the Southeast quarter of Section 3, Township 16, Range 19, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the center line of Stemen Road N. 89 degrees 36 feet W 400.00 feet distant from the Southeast corner of Section 3; thence with the center line of Stemen Road N. 89 degrees 36 feet W 264.66 to a point; thence N. 0 degrees 36 feet E 574.90 feet to an iron pin (passing an iron pin at 1384 feet); thence S 89 degrees 28 feet E 261.35 feet to an iron pin; thence South 574.23 feet to the place of beginning, (passing an iron pin at 561.23 feet ) , con t a i n i ng 3 470 ac res. Being a part of the same premises conveyed to Grantors herein in Deed recorded in Deed Volume 409, Page 182, and surveyed by Dumond Sifford and Associates, September 28, 1972. Property Address: 2090 Steman Road, Baltimore, Ohio 43105. The Plaintiff has prayed for the following relief in his complaint: 1. Forfeiture of the land installment contract executed between yourself and the Plaintiff, Robert E. Sherman, on or about November 18, 1981 and present for record on November 23, 1981, and recorded in Mortgage Book 451, Page 202, in the Office of the Recorder of Fairfield County; 2. Judgment for the deficiency due under the aforementioned land installment contract; 3. Judgment for unpaid taxes and insurance premiums due under the land installment contract; 4. Restitution of the premises pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 1923.01 et seq.; 5. For other proper legal and equitable relief. You are required to answer the complaint within twenty-eight (28). days after the last publication of this notice, which will be published each week for six successive weeks, and the last publication will be made on April 7, 1986 in case of your failure to answer or otherwise respond as permitted by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure within the time stated, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Robert W. Lacey Clerk of Courts of Common Pleas Fairfield County, Ohio Lancaster, Ohio 43130 33,10,17,24,31,47 86 ( 6t) COlUMlUi LANCASTER POULTRY 505 V. Fair Ave, .Lancaster. AppUDuYTipUiriQS Fresn Bread Loo 4 "N We Vicwe. PdVYn fresYi &qqs y0m s3o5An Dubuque. "Presenting: A Taste of Art" is the theme for the annual Governor's Art Show, Sale and Auction April 10-16 in the Sate House Rotunda, Columbus. All artwork will be on sale daily (except Best of Show) for $300 or less. Each is framed and ready-to-hang. On the final day of the show, the general public is invited to join Governor Richard Celeste for the sale of the 10 Best of Show exhibits. Each of these will be sold to the highest bidder. Admission is free. Local artists desiring to enter painting done after reaching age 60, should have entries (no more than two per person) at Olivedale Senior Center, 253 Boving Rd. by noon on Monday, March 31. Each entry must be priced by artist (not to exceed $300) and offered for sale during days of showing. Area senior citizens will have an opportunity to attend the auction as a trip is be-ing offered through Olivedale Center. The Golden Age Hobby Show, conducted by Columbus Recreation and Parks Department and sponsored by Columbus Dispatch, is slated April 25 through May 2. Senior citizens from throughout Politicians Unconcerned About LaRouche Candidates COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Democratic Party chairman says recent victories in Illinois by followers of Lyndon LaRouche's National Democratic Policy Committee won't be repeated in Ohio because the party works hard for its candidates. "They are are not Democrats. They are a lunatic fringe. I don't NOTICE As required by the Federal general revenue sharing regula tions, 3ICFR 51.2 (1977) a copy of OH 1, General Revenue Sharing report and its supporting documents are on file in the Fairfield County Auditor's Of fice for 1985. James P. Retd Fairfield County Auditor 3248 (11) nxa fooos auitrc- rcoouas Phon JH.1711 4W153.10S5 Fresh Hours rTurH Ereas aYTna Where tresY, pcrttVcrw tasteer JMr.Turytu, Speaking Of And For... By jean Senior Citizens Franklin County and surrounding counties are invited to crafts and collections for this judged show, which is held at Martin Janis Center on Ohio State Fairgrounds. Fairfield County seniors (60 or above) should make entries through Olivedale on Wednesday, April 16. All items will be tagged, wraped or boxed for safe transporting to sight of the show. Following the close of the show, items will be returned to sight of entry. Olivedale is planning a trip to the show on May 2, the same day the Olivedale String Band will be part of the entertainment at Janis Center. Bifocals On The Law -The third annual Law Fair has been established at Olivedale on May 1 at 2 p.m. We will use the same format as in the past with confidential partitions as you discuss your legal problems with one of the leaders of the bar association. Over the past three years we have had a number of basic changes in the laws of both the state of Ohio and the Federal level, in addition, you may have had substantial changes in your estate and relationships in your think they will have any impact on the election in Ohio," said James Ruvolo. In the May 6 primary, 175 LaRouche followers will appear on ballots, mostly in local races. One is in a U.S. Senate race and 17 have filed as potential congressional, candidates. Ruvolo said he believes the Democratic Party in Illinois did not work for its candidates. LaRouche candidates won Democratic primaries for lieutenant governor and secretary of state. Neither had run for statewide office before "and I guess they didn't pay any attention to any 8" D utth AppU'Tlqa Costard OH .VUfrck .CTITu.rViBoloqa .fffcJ AYnisiJLTVicKei toc0 rCorrn.sm Hens 1 10 CrX. awiss CV.ae.se IIUV4I1 ; Poao Salad. Slaw .5K rvi u laaiYOYiii Salad .79 family. It would be helpful if you would organize your thoughts and write them down so that they may be considered at the appropriate time during the Law Fair. "There will be a representative from Social Security Administration available to answer your specific questions. The Fairfield Community Meals outreach worker will also be available on this day to assist those needing help with health insurance coverage. If possible, we will have an attorney available to assist those confined and unable to come to Olivedale. Further, we hope to have an attorney available to assist at the new Pickerington Center, thereby providing a similar Law Day experience there. "Should hou have any suggestions or recommendations contact Jean Spung. Hope you will plan to participate in making this a most successful Law Day event." Signed-The Old Scrivener. Our sincere thanks to Fairfield County Bar Association members who have been most generous with their time as counselors for the Law Fair and "Bifocals" por thing other than that," said Ruvolo. "That's not going to happen in Ohio. We endorse our candidates. We have a slate and we get out and work," he said. LaRouche, one-time candidate for president and head of the political extremist National Democratic Policy Committee, seeks to run again in 1988 under the banner of the National Democratic Policy Committee. Michael Colley, state GOP chairman, said he believes Ohio Republicans are "highly sophisticated" and will spot LaRouche can-didatese who run on the Republican ticket. Special CY&arnPiev SalimV rTurtoeij rretYiKS 79 1 o , &.t"i.a Spung tion of this column. Olivedale staff, Bar Associaton members, volunteers and partici-, pants were very pleased with the Law Fair the. nasi two vears and Din ners are enthused about ' organizing this year's', event and being of service to more of our area ' seniors who might have a problem or concern of legal nature. ; "Children Grow In A" Garden" is the theme for the children's garden program of Lancaster City Schools under the direction of Marilyn, Walker. What Marilyn needs is some enthusiastic adults who would like to help in teaching the youngsters, about cultivation, planting and caring for the gardens. It would be a wonderful way to share some of your expertise to help a youngster grow. We never truly know how much we contribute to another's life when we give of ourselves. Marilyn will be at Olivedale Senior Citizen Center to share slides and facts of the program 12:45 to 1:15 on April 10. Wouldn't you like to be a "gardening" grandparent? Ruvolo echoed that sentiment for his party. Three LaRouche backers were in Columbus Friday at a news conference to savor the developments in Illinois. Don Scott of St. Paris, who is opposing Sen. John Glenn in the Democratic primary, said the Illinois scenario will be repeated because he claims that both major parties, Democrats in particular, are not seriously addressing the real issues. Among those issues are programs for economic growth, a stronger national defense policy and a program to eradicate acquired immune deficiency syndrome, Scott said. 3 1i I ' I .TOJ r All Meat Wieners

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