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Tamiami Kelley 67, Ft. in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Coral, gel, 87 Death died Classified Pa. in Monday Notices in Sei- Elizabeth Seigel PITTSBURGH, Elizabeth years, Pitts- Pa. She was born Russia had an Akron residence from 1916 to 1941. She had moved to Miami Beach, then moved to Pittsburgh five years ago after the death of her husband Arthur.

She was the devoted mother of Mrs. Sharp of Pittsburgh; dear sisFrances, Mrs. Mary Ziff of Miami Beach, and Lou Kay of Los Angeles; grandmother of one; and great-grandmother of two. GRAVESIDE SERVICES will be held noon, Wednesday, at Sherbondy Hill Cemetery, Abraham Feffer officiating. (Gordon.) Emerson J.

Shawver LOUDONVILLE Emerson J. Shawver, 65, formerly of 354 Third Barberton, passed away March 31. Funeral services at Prentice Funeral Home, 1154 Kenmore Wednesday, 10 a.m., with Rev. Robert L. Carrell officiating.

Interment Hillside Memorial Friends may call at the funeral home 2 to 4 and 7 to 9, TODAY. (Prentice, 753-7721.) Mrs. Mary Poole Mrs. Mary Poole, '81, of 50 Cotter died April 1, at Akron City Hospital. Funeral announcements later.

(Stewart Calhoun, 535-1543.) Maria Puglia Maria Puglia, 83, of Akron, died Sunday, March 31, at St. Thomas Hospital, after a long illness. Mrs. Puglia was born in Italy on Feb. 16, 1902, and had lived in Akron most of her life.

She was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. She is survived by son daughter-in-law, Eugene and Carol; grandchildren, John, Anthony, Susan. Friends may call at the Rossi Funeral Home, 552 N. Main TONIGHT, 6 to 9.

Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., at St. Anthony's Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of other remembrances, memorials may be made to St. Anthony's Church.

(Rossi, 376-4323.) Florence L. Reiter Florence L. Reiter, 90, of Akron, passed away March 31. Funeral services at the Funeral Home, 1154 Prentice, Wednesday, 1 p.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 TONIGHT. (Prentice, 753-7721.) Edwin A. Roth Edwin A. Roth, 78, died April 1 at Valley View Nursing Home. He was a long area resident, and was retired.

Mr. Roth is survived by his wife, Rebecca daughter, Mrs. Bela (Cynthia) Alexa of Bedford; and five grandchildren. There are no services or calling hours. Should friends desire, memorials may be made to a favorite charity.

(Billow's, Falls, 867-4141.) Donald C. Wolverton Donald C. Wolverton, passed away March 31. Funeral announcements later. (Eckard-Baldwin, 535-7141.) nar, in I.

she I. tart 1A Vital 1-Death Notices Memorials Statisties 39 Classified 52-Auctions 53-Miscellaneous Merchandise Index Journal Beacon Tuesday, April 2, 1985 Classified Akron Beacon Journal D7 Laura Sannar BRADENTON, Fla. Laura San94, 31. passed away March Born Canton, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Sarasota, and was a 50 year member of the Elva Chapter Order of Eastern Star and the Ladies Oriental Shrine No. 19, both in Akron.

She is survived by sister-in-law, Laura Sannar of Elyria. Services will be held TODAY, 11 a.m., at the Brown. Funeral Home Chapel, Bradenton, Burial in Manasota Memorial Park, Oneco, Fla. Elizabeth R. (Betty) Stahl MEDINA Elizabeth R.

(Betty) Stahl, 45, Medina, died Sunday morning at Medina Community Hospital. She was born in Cleveland, and was a resident of Medina County for many years. She was a member of the Buckeye Band Boosters, and Our Lady Help of Christians Church of Litchfield, and was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, James; two daughters, Cynthia and Barbara; four sons, George, James Jeffrey, and Jonathan; parents, Nap and Clara Demezyk of Parma; and three brothers, Donald Demczyk of Parma, Raymond Demczyk of Brecksville, and Michael Demezyk of Akron. Funeral mass will be at 11 a.m., Thursday, Our Lady Help of Christians Church, Litchfield.

Burial York Cemetery, Medina. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, at the Bauer Funeral Home, Valley City (483-3300). Anna H.

Stanley BARBERTON Anna H. Stanley, 79, of 633 E. Robinson passed Monday p.m. Funeral announcements later. (Campfield-Hickman, Barberton, 745-3161.) Wilbur L.

(Red) Wheelock TALLMADGE Wilbur L. (Red) Wheelock, 58 years, died April 1. He born Tennessee, lived' in the" area 41 years, and was in Parts Purchasing at B. F. Goodrich Co.

for 35 years. He was a Navy veteran of World War Il. He belonged to the Tallmadge Lodge 756 He is survived by his wife, Dolores; daughters, Mrs. Skip (Patricia) Harris of Cuyahoga Falls, Mrs. Timothy (Denise) Wolfe of Northfield; stepdaughter, Mrs.

Earl (DiArnold of Stow; stepsons, Daniel Wilson of Uniontown, David Wilson of Cuyahoga Falls; mother, Mrs. Lochiel Wheelock; brothers, Burdette and Robert; sister, Mrs. Betty Williams, all of Kingsport, three grandchildren; and seven step-grandchildren. Friends call at Dunn-QuigleyCiriello Carr, Falls Chapel, Portage Trail at Eighth Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Masonic services Wednesday, at.

6:45 p.m. Funeral services Thursday, 1 p.m., at the funeral home, Rev. James Ebbers officiating. Interment Northlawn Memorial Gardens. (Dunn-Quigley-Ciriello Carr, Falls Chapel, 867-7306.) Card Of Thanks Perhaps at this time, at the recent loss of a loved one, we can assist you with an expression of gratitude to the minister, friends, neighbors or organizations.

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Closed Sunday Dial 375-8222 INVITATION TO BID Copley Township Board of Trustees will accept sealed bids for the following: One (1) 1985 Cab GVWR for the Copley Township Road Department. Specifications may be picked up at the Township's Secretary's office Monday thru Friday from 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. at 1540 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road, Copley, Ohio 44321. Bids will be accepted until the close of business day April 11, 1985.

Bidders must be a recognized truck distributor, possessing full parts and service facilities to adequately cover any and all manufacturers' warranties. Copley Township Trustees serve the right to reject any and all bids submitted. By Order of The Board of Trustees HELEN J. HUMPHRYS, Clerk Mar 19 26 Apr 2 READ THE WANT ADS Section 375-8222 A. 1209 of Verda A.

Kelley, N. North Myers, passed away Monday, at 7:45 at p.m., Cape Coral Hospital, Cape following a two-week illness. "She was born Sept. 30, 1917,: in Bayard, Ohio, to Frank and Zella Pempberton Edwards. She was a housewife, an 11-year resident of Florida, and a member of the Methodist Church of North Ft.

Myers, Preceded in death by her Arthur E. Kelley, in June of 1983; she is survived by four daughters, Mrs. John (Joan) Miller of Ravenna, Mrs. Kenneth (Jacqueline) Jones of Bradenton, Mrs. Thomas (Judy) Halter of Cape Coral, Mrs.

Stan (Joyce) Dover; one son, Jerry Lee Kelleys of mother, Zella Boory of New Philadelphia; 17, grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. Services will be Friday, 1 p.m., at the Gotschall-Hutchison Funeral Home, Minerva, with Arthur Guy officiating. Interment in Lawn Cemetery, Minerva. Friends may call Thursday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. (GotschallHutchison, 1-868-4900.) Funeral announcements later.

(Hopkins, Akron, 733-6271.) Verna D. Kingan SPRINGFIELD TWP. Verna D. Kingan, 78, died April 1 at St. Thomas Hospital.

Ellen Rose Kurlich Rose Kurlich, 67, of Akron, died 1. Ellen, Mrs. Kurlich was a life resident of Akron, a devoted wife and mother, longtime homemaker, and a member of St. Vincent's Catholic Church. She is survived by husband, Richard children, Susan Kurlich of Denver, Mrs.

Jennifer Carillon of Newburgh, N.Y., Richard A. Jr. of Norton, Stephen of the residence; brothers, Donald Kennedy Akron, Kennedy of Wadsworth; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Funeral services Thursday, 1 p.m., at the Hummel Funeral Home, Rev. Fr.

Thomas H. Corrigan officiating. Intermay call Hummel Funeral Home, ment in Holy, Cross Cemetery. Friends 500 E. Exchange on Wednesday, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Memorials may be 3085 W. Market Akron, Ohio made to the American Cancer A Society, 44313. (Hummel, 253-6126.) ron, died Monday, April 1, at Akron City Hospital. Mr. Lopane was born in Akron on September 30, 1925, and he was retired from Ford Motor Co.

after 20 years of service. He was a member of Annunciation Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Rosemary; sons, Patsy, Mike, Daryl; stepsons, Willard Blair, Marty Blair and Doug Blair; daughters, Sheryl Vance, Laura Henderson, Cheryl Lopane; stepdaughters, Kathy Blair, Terry Thomas and Renee Blair; 14 grandchildren; sister, Mary Goldinger of Uniontown; and brother, Dominic Lopane of Florissant, friends, may, Main call at Rossi TONIGHT, Funeral 6 to 9. Mass of the the Christian Burial will lil be Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at Annunciation Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

(Rossi, 376-4323.) Pasquale (Pat) Lopane Pasquale (Pat) Lopane, 59, of Ak- John M. Madden John M. Madden, 65, died March 29 at St. Thomas Hospital following a long illness. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the Hopkins, Funeral Home, 547 Canton Akron, Rev.

Floyd E. Brown officiating. Burial Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home 2 to 4 and 7 to 09 p.m. TODAY.

The family suggests memorials to the Arthritis Foundation. (Hopkins, Akron, 733-6271.) Violet B. Martin Violet B. Martin, 76, passed away April 2, at Akron City Hospital. Mrs.

Martin was born in Canton, and had been a member of the Oak Hill Presbyterian Church, and the Billow Chapter of Eastern Star. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Gerald (Jerry) and Pat Martin of Portage Lakes; grandchildren, William Martin of Youngstown, Mrs. Kenneth (Deborah) Radier of Warren, Mrs. Kevin (Michelle) Koontz of Canton, and Douglas Martin of Canton; and five great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Bacher Funeral Home, 3326 Manchester Rd.

(across from Coventry Plaza), Wednesday evening 6 to 9, where services will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Rev. Howard Powell officiating. Interment Rose Hill Burial Park. (Bacher, 644-0024.) C. Marie Messner GUILFORD TWP.

C. Marie Messner, 94, died March 31, at WadsHospital, after a threemonth illness. The 1 family will receive friends at the Hilliard Cox Mullaney Funeral Home, 174 N. Lyman Wadsworth, TODAY, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Wednesday, at 1 p.m., Rev. Vernel A.

Lundeen officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Seville Emergency Medical Service, 6 Spring Seville 44273. (Hilliard Cox Mullaney, 334-1501.) Kester R. "Jack" Park DOYLESTOWN Kester R.

"Jack" Park, 62, died April 1. A resident of Barberton and vicinity for 56 years, he was retired from Akron Paint and Varnish, and was Army veteran of World War Il. He is survived by daughters, Janet Troutman of Doylestown, Karen and Ruthann Steen, both of Barberton; son, Jack M. Park of Clinton; 12 grandchildren; stepfather, Joe Overholt of Barberton; brothers, Kenneth of Norton, William C. of Vienna, W.

Bernard of Wadsworth; and sister, Ethel McCullough of Aurora, Colo. He was preceded in death by mother, Minnie Overholt; and will be sadly missed by Ruth P. Park. Funeral services Thursday, 11 a.m., Campfield-Hickman Funeral Home, Robert Nutter officiating. Burial Greenlawn Cemetery.

Visitation THIS EVENING, 7 to 9, and Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 (CampfieldHickman, Barberton, 745-3161.) 4-02-85 7 150 burgh, LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received al THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON, PURCHASING DEPARTMENT SOUTH FORGE STREET, NORTH HALL, ROOM 200, AKRON, OHIO 44325, until 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 5, 1985, for the replacement of deteriorating within heating and cooling piping Dor- Sister McFawn mitory. For specifications, contact Mr. Andrew Roth, Purchasing Department, (216) 375- 7340. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any or all parts of any proposals. CLARK E.

BIGGINS Director of Purchasing 225 South Forge St. Akron, Ohio 44325 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Education of the Akron City School District, Summit County, Ohio, at the Office of the Treasurer, Room 108, Administration Building, 70 N. Broadway, Akron, noon (Eastern Standard Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock a Time) on April 24, 1985, for the Multi- Purpose Room, Gymnasium Addition al Ritzman Elementary School, 629 Canton Akron, Ohio, in accordance with the drawings and specifications as prepared by Paul R. Marcinkoski, School Architect. Plans, specifications and contract documents may be obtained from the Office of the School Architect, 70 N.

Broadway, Akron, Ohio. A charge of $25.00 will be made for each set not returned to the Architect's Office in good condition within ten days after bids have been opened. Plans and specifications are on file for examination in the Office of the School Architect; at the Builders Exchange, 495 Wolf Ledges, Akron, Ohio; at the Builders Exchange, 1737 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; at the F. W. Dodge Corporation, 1255 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.

Bids will be opened and publicly read in the Administratino Building, 70 N. Broadway, Akron, Ohio, Room 200, immediately after the time for filing of bids has expired. Bids shall be in conformity with Section 3313.46 of the Ohio Revised Code, submitted on forms furnished as part of the contract documents, and shall contain the name of every person interested therein. Each bid shall be accompanied by a non-discrimination pledge signed on the form furnished as part of the contract documents as a condition for an acceptable bid. Separate bids may be submitted for General Construction Work; Plumbing Work; Heating and Ventilating Work; and Electrical Work.

Combination bids may be submitted for Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating Work. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bid bond issued by a solvent surety company approved by the Board of Education, or by a certified check payable to the order of Robert Lewis, Treasurer, such bond or check to be in the sum of not less than ten per cent of the largest amount of which the bid is susceptible, including all additive alternates, conditioned that if the bid be accepted, a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly secured. Each bid shall be enclosed in an opaque envelope, sealed, and addressed to the Board of Education, and the name of the bidder and the prolect plainly marked on the outside of the envelope. The Board of Education reserves the right to reiect any irregular bid all bids. By Order of the Akron Board of Education By: ROBERT LEWIS, Treasurer Mar 26 Apr 2 9 16 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed BIDS will be ceived by SUMMIT RACING CLUB, THISTLEDOWN RACING CLUB, CRANWOOD RACING CLUB, (collectively hereinafter called in care of the General Manager, George W.

Jones, Emery and Northfield Roads, (P. O. Box 7050), North Randall, Ohio, 44128, until 12:00 o'clock Noon E.D.S.T., Wednesday, April 17, 1985 for furnishing the necessary labor, equipment and materials for construction of the following separate bid item at Thistledown Racetrack in the village of North Randall, in conformityt with the specifications and requirements on file in the office of the General Manager at the Racetrack: ACOUSTICAL CEILING AND DRYWALL for the Grandstand and 6th Level Renovation of Thistledown Racetrack (Phase I). The scope of work includes all required metal stguds, drywall, acoustical ceiling, caulking windows and painting drywall. Each BID shall be accompanied by a BID BOND or certified check, drawn on a reputable surety licensed to do business in the State of Ohio or a solvent bank in an amount equal to five percent of the BID as a guarantee that if said BID is accepted by the OWNER, a CONTRACT will be entered intoand that PERFORMANCE and PAYMENT BONDS satisfactory to the OWNER, each in an amount equal to one hundred percent of the total BID will be furnished.

The specifications, requirements and bidding documents obtained by the prospective BIDDERS only at the office of theConstruction Manager at the Racetrack upon deposit of a check made payable to Thistledown Racetrack, in the amount of which will be refundable after receipt of legitimate, bonafide BID. All BIDS must be on the required BID form available at the office of the CONSTRUCTION MANAGER. All blank spaces must be fully completed and executed when submitted. Only one (1) copy of the BID form is required. Each BID must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside as "BID FOR (item to be BID on), THISTLEDOWN RACE- RANTRACK, DALL, and the envelope shall bear on the outside the name of the BIDDER and his address.

If forwarded by mail, the sealed envelope containing the BID shall be enclosed in another envelope addressed to the OWNER at Thistledown Racetrack, P. O. Box 7050, North Randall, Ohio, 441228. BIDS forwarded by mail will be done so at the BIDDER'S own risk and the OWNER will not be responsible for late or lost BIDS. Any BID may be withdrawn prior to the above scheduled time for opening of BIDS or authorized postponement thereof.

Any BID received after the time and date specified shall not be considered. No BIDDER may withdraw a BID within thirty (30) days after the actual date of opening thereof. Should there be reasons why the contract cannot be awarded within the specified iperiod, the time may be extended by the mutual agreement between the OWNER and the BIDDER. Only contractors who can qualify as to equipment, experience and financial responsibility will be considered and the Owner reserves the right to require proof thereof. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all BIDS and to award a contract to whomever he deems to be the lowest and best BIDDER as determined solely by the OWNER.

The OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities in the bidding process. GEORGE W. JONES General Manager Thistledown Racetrack P. O. Box 7050 North Randall, Ohio 44128 Apr 1 2 3 4-02-85 2 150 NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given by the Board of Trustees of Copley Township, Summit County, Ohio, that sealed bids will be accepted until 7:30 P.M.

on April 11, 1985, at the Copley Town Hall, 1540 S. Road, Copley, Ohio 44321, for furnishing the following: Labor and Material required to improve various Copley Township Roads by Item 405 Travel Plant Mixing, Item 409 Bituminous Surface Treating and Cold Recycling. Gravel Aggregate for Township use size no. 67 and no. 8.

No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms provided by. Copley Township and accompanied by a bond or a certified check in the amount of five per cent of the amount bid to guarantee that if said bid is accepted, a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly secured by Performance Bond. Bid forms specifications are on file with the Township Secretary's office. A contract be awarded to the lowest and best bidder. Attention is directed to the special statutory provisions (ORC 4115.03) governing the prevailing rate of wages to be paid to laborers and mechanics employed on public improvements.

Bids will be opened at 7:30 P.M. al the Town Hall. Trustees reserve the right to reiect any and all bids submitted. By Order of The Board of Trustees HELEN J. HUMPHRYS, Clerk Mar 19 26 Apr 2 INVITATION TO BID Barberton Public Library 602 WEST PARK AVE.

BARBERTON, OHIO 44203 Notice is hereby given that the Barberton Public Library will accept bids for separate trade packages for Alterations and Additions to the Library described in general as follows: A 9,630 square foot Addition in three levels and approximately 16,960 square feet of interior renovation. Construction systems shall be masonry bearing, brick veneer, concrete floor on steel joists, stud partitions, multiple glazed solariums, hydraulic elevator, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing as shown on the Architects' drawings. Bids to be invited at this time are: 1. Concrete. 2.

Masonry. 3. Steel. 4. Carpentry.

5. Roofing Sheet Metal. 6. Window framing systems glazing. 7.

Suspended Acoustic Ceiling. 8. Ceramic Tile. 9. Painting.

10. Multitier bookstacks. 11. Metal Studs, plaster, gypsum drywall building insulation. 12.

Library material detection system. 13. Resilient Flooring. 14. Plumbing.

15. HVAC. 16. Electrical The Clerk- of the Barberton Public Library will receive sealed bids until 2:00 p.m. on April 30, 1985 at the Library.

Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations: 1. Koster Architects, 1220. West Sixth Suite 201, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. 2. Dellagnese Construction 2725 Abington Akron, Ohio 44313.

3. Builders Exchange, of Akron, Wolf Ledges Akron, Ohio 44311. 4. Dodge 767 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Akron, Ohio 5.

Dodge 1255 Euclid Euclid National Bank 3rd Cleveland, Ohio 44115. 6. Builders Exchange, OneTenConstruction Plaza, 18th Euclid Cleveland, Ohio 44115. 7. Cleveland Construction, News Service, 11000 Berea Cleveland, Ohio 44102.

8. Builders Exchange of Canton, 4920 Sprucehill Canton, Ohio 44718. 9. Barberton Public Library, 602 W. Park Barberton, Ohio 44203.

Bona Fide Bidders may secure copies of the Contract Documents from The Dellagnese Construction Co. on the following basis: One copy of the Proiect Manual, including Specifications, plus one set of the prints of the Drawings, upon payment of $50.00 deposit, completely refundable if each set is returned in good condition to the Construction Manager within seven (7) days after bid opening. Bid security in the amount of (Five Per Cent) of the Base Bid will be required to accompany bids in excess of $5,000.00. The Owner reserves the right to reiect any or all bids and to waive any irregularity in the bidding. LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of the Akron City School District, Summit County, Ohio, at the Office of the Assistant to the Superintendent, Business and Finance, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, until twelve o'clock noon, local time, Thursday, May 2, 1985, for BOOK REBINDING.

Copies of specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Cordinator of Purchasing and Warehousing Services, 550 East North Street, Akron, Ohio 44304. Each proposal shall be accompanied by cash, approved surety bond, or a certified check drawn upon a solvent bank, made payable to the Akron Board of Education in an amount equal to ten per cent of the bid tendered, as a guaranty that the bidder will, if the award is made to him, enter into a bona fide contract with the Akron Board of Education for the items bid. If for any reason whatsoever the bidder fails to enter into proper contract and to execute the proper bond as required by the specifications, the amount of such guaranty shall be retained by the Board of Education as and for liquidated damages sustained by reason of his failure. Bids shall be enclosed in an envelope, sealed, addressed to the Board of Education, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, and plainly marked on the outside: "5-2-85, BOOK The Board of Education, through its duly authorized constituted officials, serves the right to reiect any, part of any or all bids, to waive informality in any bid, and to hold all bids for a period of 60 days before acceptance. By order of the Board of Education Akron City School District ROBERT H.

LEWIS, Treasurer Apr 2 9 16 23 ADVERTISTMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Drawings and Specifications for the Akron Children's. Theater Restoration Phase 567 W. Tuscarawas, Barberton, Ohio 44203 are available at the office of Curtis Rasmussen, Architects, 122 Broad Boulevard, Cuvahoga Falls, Ohio 44221, after 1:00 p.m. April 2, 1985. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained upon payment fo $50.00.

Any bidder returning the Contract Documents in good condition within 10 days of the formal opening will be refunded the full amount of his payment. Each bidder will be allowed one (1) set of Contract Documents for $50.00, refundable deposit. Additional complete sets may be purchased by bidder, nonrefundable. Sealed bids from qualified bidders shall be opened and publicly read on April 15, 1985 at 2:00 p.m. local time at the office of Curtis Rasmussen, 122 Broad Boulevard, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221.

No bids shall be received after 2:00 p.m. Description of Work: Demolition, testing, new stage platform, exit stairs, plumbing, restoration and cleaning of face, and limited finishes. HUD-funded grant; all FLS and EE0 standards, etc. apply. Work to be completed by May 31, 1985.

April 2 3 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of the Akron City School District, Summit County, Ohio, at the Office of the Assistant to the Superintendent, Business and Finance, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, until twelve o'clock noon, local time, Thursday, April 18, 1985, for the purchase of PAPER TOWELS AND TOILET TISSUE. Copies of specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Coordinator of Purchasing and Warehousing Services, 550 East North Street, Akron, Ohio 44304. Each proposal shall be accompanied by cash, approved surety bond, or a certified check drawn upon a solvent bank, made payable to the Akron Board of Education in an amount equal to ten per cent of the bid tendered, as a guaranty that the bidder will, if the award is made to him, enter into a bona fide contract with the Akron Board of Education for the items bid. If for any reason whatsoever the bidder fails to enter into a proper contract and to execute the proper bond as required by the specifications, the amount of such guaranty shall be retained by the Board of Education as and for liquidated damages sustained by reason of his failure. Bids shall be enclosed in an envelope, sealed, addressed to the Board of Education, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, and plainly marked on the outside: '4-18-85, PAPER TOWELS AND TOILET The Board of Education, through its duly authorized, constituted officials, reserves the right to reiect any, part of any or all bids, to waive informality in any bid, and to hold all bids for a period of 60 days before acceptance.

By order of the Board of Education Akron City School District ROBERT H. LEWIS, Treasurer Mar 19 26 Apr 2 9 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of the Akron City School District, Summit County, Ohio, at the Office of the Assistant to the Superintendent, Business and Finance, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, until twelve o'clock noon, local time, Thursday, April 18, 1985, for the purchase of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Copies of specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Coordinator of Purchasing and Warehousing Services, 550 East North Street, Akron, Ohio 44304. Each proposal shall be accompanied by cash, approved surety bond, or a certified check drawn upon a solvent bank, made payable to the Akron Board of Education in an amount equal to ten per cent of the bid tendered, as a guaranty that the bidder will, if the award is made to him, enter into a bona fide contract with the Akron Board of Education for the items bid. If for any reason whatsoever the bidder fails to enter into a proper contract and to execute the proper bond as required by the specifications, the amount of such guaranty shall be retained by the Board of Education as and for liquidated damages sustained by reason of his failure.

Bids shall be enclosed in an envelope, sealed, addressed to the Board of Education, 70 North Broadway, Akron, Ohio 44308, and plainly marked on the outside: "4-18-85, MUSICAL The Board of Education, through its duly authorized, constituted officials, reserves the right to reiect any, part of any or all bids, to waive informality in any bid, and to hold all bids for a period of 60 days before acceptance. By order of the Board of Education Akron City School District ROBERT H. LEWIS, Treasurer Mar 19 26 Apr 2 9 3 lost and found FOUND- -KRUMROY Whychwood Rd. area, English sheep dog. 784- 8033.

FOUND: POMERANIAN 745-2947 FOUND-orange male cat, 6 blue collar, NorthHill. 376-4941; 923-1587. LOST in the area of Cuy. Falls, General Hospital, white co*ckatiel, orange markings, answers 10 name of If found call 929-2244. Reward.

LOST, near Village. Inn Barberton Moose, German short-hair, white brown, sore right leg, reward, 825- 5259 or 753-4317 anytime. REWARD for the return of Target walk behind concrete saw, lost at Rogues Hollow area, Doylestown, 3-30-85. Call Bill 1-927- 1661 or Joe 658-3719. LOST -Kenmore Stadium area, gray co*ckatiel, markings, answers to Call-any info.

Reward. 753-9939 LOST -reward, male blond Shepherd, right eye closed, dog is blind, Suffield areaCongress 628-8265. LOST, med. female short -haired tan puppy, wearing license tag collar, vicinity Fountain go Vine Sts. 434-0667.

LOST -large male Doberman, lost in Uhler St. black tan, pointed droopy ears. Answers to Nova, 434-8614 after 5. LOST -white female Shepherd, Tallmadge st. area.

784-4342 LOST: black male cat, Firestone Park, Reward. 724-1582. LOST -male red Doberman, found please call 794-9294. answers to LOST: female Toy Collie, "Ginger" Sylvan-Davies, reward, 773-1129, 9-3. LOST, Doberman, female, black, tan, Northampton.

794-0857. 4-Birth Announcements PARENTS GRANDPARENTS FOR BABY'S BOOK To place an inexpensive birth announcement in the Akron Beacon Journal, call 375-8222 and ask for Miss Martin THANK YOU! LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received at THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON, PURCHASING 225 SOUTH FORGE STREET, NORTH HALL, ROOM 200, AKRON, OHIO 44325, until 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 30, 1985, for The University of Akron, Gardner Student Center Chuckery, food service area. There will be a pre-bid meeting on Monday, April 8, 1985, at 1000 a.m. at The University of Akron, Gardner Student Center in the Carnation Room. Specifications and bid documents may be obtained prior to the pre-bid meeting by contacting the Office of the Director of Purchasing, at the above address, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m.

to 4:30 p.m. The University reserves the right to accept or reiect any or all parts of any proposals, CLARK E. BIGGINS Director of Purchasing 225 South Forge St. Akron, Ohio 44325 5-Card of Thanks FIELDS We would like to express our sincere thanks to our relatives, friends, and neighbors, for the flowers, food, cards, comforting words, and all acts of kindness shown to us at the loss of our loved one. THOMAS K.

FIELDS A special thanks to Rev. Luther C. Cooper, and the Stewart Calhoun Funeral Home. THE FIELDS FAMILY THE BROWN FAMILY WILLIAMS The family of the late THELMA S. WILLIAMS Want to thank the relatives, friends, and co-workers for their cards, letters, and words of consolation, during our bereavement.

May God Bless You All, and keep you all. A special thanks to the Turner Memorial Home, Peoples Baptist Church, Rev. Goodman, Auxiliaries, and members. The family of Thelma Illiams Rev. 01.

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