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Also, you have to be creative to really look at opportunities, she said. You really have to never stop reaching out more, Rand said. Avis has been successful in finding minority suppliers through networking. It then mentors the companies, sometimes investing in them, and introducing them to other Fortune 500 companies, Rand said. This years giant Christmas party for Carl H. Lindner Jr.s companies will feature the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and former Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen.

A total of 10,000 to 11,000 employees and associates are expected to crowd Music Hall for three performances to be held Monday and Tuesday. Last year, saxophonist Kenny G was the entertainment, performing at three concerts in Music Hall. The party has become one of the best-known in the area, with stars such as Bill Cosby, Frank Sinatra and Paul Anka, who performed in 1998, appearing in the recent past.

Cincinnati Pops conductor Erich Kunzel and Severinsen have meant a quick return of RSVPs, said a Lindner spokeswoman. Severinsen, 73, and the Cincinnati Pops have been frequent collaborators. They last performed together at a Fourth of July concert this year in Cincinnati. Lindner companies include American Financial Group, American Annuity Group, Chiquita Brands International and Provident Bank. Conveyancing Company specialize in comprehensive Conveyancing or settlement services with our skilled property conveyancers at lowest prices. Traditionally, about 10,000 people attend. As holiday shoppers scrounge for discounts, they might find more of them than they expect at Dillards Inc. The department store chain, once a stickler for traditional twice a year sales and few promotions in between has caught discount fever.

This week Dillards executives told analysts their latest strategy did little to improve the beleaguered chains most recent quarterly results. Blaming weak sales of designer brand apparel, Dillards reported a loss from operations of $9 million, or 10 cents per share, for the quarter ended Oct. 28. Dillards bottom line was boosted by a one-time gain of $15.5-million for early repayment of loans. So net income for the most recent quarter was $6 million, or 7 cents a share. A year ago, with no extraordinary items, Dillards net income was $35 million, or 33 cents a share.

The chains operating loss was a far cry from the average estimate of analysts polled by First Call/Thom son Financial, who expected Dillards would earn 9 cents a share from operations. It is the sixth-consecutive quarter that Dillards has fallen short of analysts projections as it struggles with slow sales and dwindling profits.

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John Allen Huber, 49, of Covington, died Thursday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, Covington. Survivors include his son, John A. Huber Jr. of Walton; father and stepmother, Donald and Myrna Huber of Covington; brothers, Donald Huber Jr. of Utah and Matthew Huber, Frank Huber and John J. Szabo, all of Covington; sisters, Susan Foltz of Covington, Shirley Castellano of Seattle, Wash., Elvira Parshall of Richwood and Lisa Ramsey of Burlington; and paternal grandmother, Wilma Fischer of Covington.

Services will be at the convenience of the family. Cremation will be in Hillside Chapel, Cincinnati. Gary G. Johns, 50, of Wilder, died at 1:13 p.m. Thursday at St. Luke Hospital East, Fort Thomas. He was a maintenance man with Barrington, Fort Thomas, and a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife Sherry Johns; sons, Troy Johns and Gary Johns II, both of Wilder; daughters, Angela Gross and Kirsten Lang, both of Wilder; and sisters, Cina Feeback of Florida and Karen Clay of Cincinnati; and a grandchild. Memorials are suggested to the charity of the donors choice. Roy Miller Lay, 72, of Covington, died Friday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, Covington.

Survivors include his sons, Roy A. Lay of Covington, Ryan Lay of Cincinnati and Alvin Lay of Atlanta, Ga.; daughters, Cathy McMillan of Butler, Deana Sharma of Topeka, Kans. Get experienced conveyancers or mortgagees to change systems and processes. Deborah Spillman of Falmouth, and Lisa Vollman and Judy Walker, both of Covington; a stepson, James Webb of Falmouth; a brother, Eugene Lay of Oneonta, Ala.; a sister, Lillian Powell of Frankfort; 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Independence Cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to St. Elizabeth Hospice, 401 E. 20th St., Covington, Ky.41014. Lula Mae Mershon McClure, 93, of Independence, died Thursday at Woodcrest Manor, Erlanger. She was a retired packer for Liberty Cherry Factory, and a member of Visalia Baptist Church and Kenton County homemakers. Her husband, John F. McClure, died in 1982. Survivors include her daughter Reva Gastley of Covington; a son, Levi Buzz McClure of Covington; sisters, Lucille Runion and Dorothy Philpot, both of Cincinnati; brothers, Jay Mershon of Independence and Clarence Mershon of Danville; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Memorials are suggested to Hospice of Northern Kentucky, 1403 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas, Ky. 41075. Bernice Runion, 86, of Newport, died at 3:38 a.m. Thursday at St. Luke Hospital East, Fort Thomas. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Alex Runion, died in 1971, and her daughter, June Ayers, died in 1992. Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, Newport, is handling arrangements.

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Also, you have to be creative to really look at opportunities, she said. You really have to never stop reaching out more, Rand said. Avis has been successful in finding minority suppliers through networking. It then mentors the companies, sometimes investing in them, and introducing them to other Fortune 500 companies, Rand said. This years giant Christmas party for Carl H. Lindner Jr.s companies will feature the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and former Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen.

A total of 10,000 to 11,000 employees and associates are expected to crowd Music Hall for three performances to be held Monday and Tuesday. Last year, saxophonist Kenny G was the entertainment, performing at three concerts in Music Hall. The party has become one of the best-known in the area, with stars such as Bill Cosby, Frank Sinatra and Paul Anka, who performed in 1998, appearing in the recent past.

Cincinnati Pops conductor Erich Kunzel and Severinsen have meant a quick return of RSVPs, said a Lindner spokeswoman. Severinsen, 73, and the Cincinnati Pops have been frequent collaborators. They last performed together at a Fourth of July concert this year in Cincinnati. Lindner companies include American Financial Group, American Annuity Group, Chiquita Brands International and Provident Bank. Conveyancing Company specialize in comprehensive Conveyancing or settlement services with our skilled property conveyancers at lowest prices. Traditionally, about 10,000 people attend. As holiday shoppers scrounge for discounts, they might find more of them than they expect at Dillards Inc. The department store chain, once a stickler for traditional twice a year sales and few promotions in between has caught discount fever.

This week Dillards executives told analysts their latest strategy did little to improve the beleaguered chains most recent quarterly results. Blaming weak sales of designer brand apparel, Dillards reported a loss from operations of $9 million, or 10 cents per share, for the quarter ended Oct. 28. Dillards bottom line was boosted by a one-time gain of $15.5-million for early repayment of loans. So net income for the most recent quarter was $6 million, or 7 cents a share. A year ago, with no extraordinary items, Dillards net income was $35 million, or 33 cents a share.

The chains operating loss was a far cry from the average estimate of analysts polled by First Call/Thom son Financial, who expected Dillards would earn 9 cents a share from operations. It is the sixth-consecutive quarter that Dillards has fallen short of analysts projections as it struggles with slow sales and dwindling profits.

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John Allen Huber, 49, of Covington, died Thursday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, Covington. Survivors include his son, John A. Huber Jr. of Walton; father and stepmother, Donald and Myrna Huber of Covington; brothers, Donald Huber Jr. of Utah and Matthew Huber, Frank Huber and John J. Szabo, all of Covington; sisters, Susan Foltz of Covington, Shirley Castellano of Seattle, Wash., Elvira Parshall of Richwood and Lisa Ramsey of Burlington; and paternal grandmother, Wilma Fischer of Covington.

Services will be at the convenience of the family. Cremation will be in Hillside Chapel, Cincinnati. Gary G. Johns, 50, of Wilder, died at 1:13 p.m. Thursday at St. Luke Hospital East, Fort Thomas. He was a maintenance man with Barrington, Fort Thomas, and a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife Sherry Johns; sons, Troy Johns and Gary Johns II, both of Wilder; daughters, Angela Gross and Kirsten Lang, both of Wilder; and sisters, Cina Feeback of Florida and Karen Clay of Cincinnati; and a grandchild. Memorials are suggested to the charity of the donors choice. Roy Miller Lay, 72, of Covington, died Friday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, Covington.

Survivors include his sons, Roy A. Lay of Covington, Ryan Lay of Cincinnati and Alvin Lay of Atlanta, Ga.; daughters, Cathy McMillan of Butler, Deana Sharma of Topeka, Kans. Get experienced conveyancers or mortgagees to change systems and processes. Deborah Spillman of Falmouth, and Lisa Vollman and Judy Walker, both of Covington; a stepson, James Webb of Falmouth; a brother, Eugene Lay of Oneonta, Ala.; a sister, Lillian Powell of Frankfort; 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Independence Cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to St. Elizabeth Hospice, 401 E. 20th St., Covington, Ky.41014. Lula Mae Mershon McClure, 93, of Independence, died Thursday at Woodcrest Manor, Erlanger. She was a retired packer for Liberty Cherry Factory, and a member of Visalia Baptist Church and Kenton County homemakers. Her husband, John F. McClure, died in 1982. Survivors include her daughter Reva Gastley of Covington; a son, Levi Buzz McClure of Covington; sisters, Lucille Runion and Dorothy Philpot, both of Cincinnati; brothers, Jay Mershon of Independence and Clarence Mershon of Danville; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Memorials are suggested to Hospice of Northern Kentucky, 1403 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas, Ky. 41075. Bernice Runion, 86, of Newport, died at 3:38 a.m. Thursday at St. Luke Hospital East, Fort Thomas. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Alex Runion, died in 1971, and her daughter, June Ayers, died in 1992. Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, Newport, is handling arrangements.

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