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SUNDAY, FEBKUAKV 14, mi IHti INDIAN S I AH B-3 Security k Continued from Page 1 ana, Kansas or Missouri. Susan Fuldauer and her sister, Lynn Lappin, are angry that the shoe store had no security, except for a buzzer that let Fuldauer know when customers came through the door. They want Pay-less to step up security. They also would like some action from the state, which would probably mean changing the law. "My sister's store was plagued by shoplifters," Lappin said from IB! her home in Ohio. "She wanted mirrors put in the hallway (to see people in the aisles). But the company told her there was no money for that. When 1 think that she was so totally, totally helpless, that there was no way she could have protected herself. . ." Employees of Payless have been told to refer media inquiries about security measures to the corporate office. But Fuldauer's sisters say a few employees have told them they don't think security is adequate. James Feeney, a Payless vice president at the headquarters in Topeka, Kan., said it would not be appropriate to discuss security measures because the slaying remains unsolved. "We have recon-veyed our sympathies to the family," he said. The Fuldauer family acknowledged Robin could have called someone else to work with her the day she was killed. Because a coworker had called in sick, another ffi tUSEflEQETD 1 I And here's what you get: 2 Door Contacts Electronic Motion Detector Interior Sounder V Electronic Control Unit wKeypad "Window Stickers Central Alarm Monitoring .'Only $21.95 per month '(telephone connection required) r. I Security Systems I I The Last Thing a Burglar Wants to See. HELP PROTECT YOUR HOME "We're home, even when you're not" n RELOCATION Are you moving? If you move, we go with you. Ask about our Relocation Program. jCall Jj800-ADT-IN FOj Security I Systems I I Telephone Connection Req. 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No amount of money that he would have gotten away with Justified killing her." Some Payless stores have security cameras or alarm systems. Fuldauer's didn't have those because It had been deemed a "safe" store, the family said the company had explained to them. "Had Robin's store had the camera, maybe this person would not have killed another five people," Susan Fuldauer said. "You don't really know what this guy looks like." Police have only a sketch of the alleged serial killer, made from recollections of a witness who saw him in a bridal shop in Wichita, Kan., where two employees were killed. Lappin wrote Payless in November, asking for greater security measures. Feeney responded in early December, writing: "Payless continues to take measures to safeguard its employees. Payless operates its stores with a set of policies and procedures Intended to address security concerns. . . . Tragically, your sister was caught in a violent situation that could not be foreseen." Lappin is not satisfied with the response. "The company Is not legally responsible to (step up security). But morally, I think they do have a responsibility," she said. "We're Just trying to put whatever pressure we can on Payless to take whatever measures they can. The company can say that security measures don't always work In preventing crime. But the killer only went Into places that had no, or little, security." The Indiana Department of Labor investigates workplace injuries. It used to have a policy of fining businesses for being unsafe workplaces when employees were slain on the Job. In December, however, the department backed off that policy in the wake of protests from retail and oil industry associations. The associations sought support from Gov. Evan Bayh, who questioned the fining policy. In Its investigation of the Fuldauer slaying, the department found Payless' training policy on how to handle robberies "more than adequate," and the company was not given any citations. Susan Fuldauer and Lappin say they would like to push the Indiana General Assembly to pass a law requiring retail chains to have at least two people working in a store at a given time, or at least to meet a minimum standard of security. "When the stores have no security, we feel it is the state's business," Susan Fuldauer said. "Especially if the businesses are not being responsible." Behind Closed Lawyer gets right car for GM officials As members of Indianapolis law firm Locke Reynolds Boyd & Wei-sell posed for pictures last week and took bows for their starring role In cracking the NBC-GM flaming-truck case, one Item of business was left unsaid. It seems that lawyer Thomas W. Farlow, the firm's point man on the Investigation that determined NBC News had rigged the crash test of the GM truck, was squiring some big time GM officials around town as they discussed the case. Farlow was driving them around in his personal car, a shiny black four-door sedan. To the chagrin of the GM executives, the car was not a GM model. In fact. It was not even made In the United States. It was a BMW. Farlow, no dummy, got the message. The next time they came into town, he rented a Chevy Blazer. Police continue to search for man tied to 6 slayings Police sketch of suspect in Indiana, Kansas and Missouri killings. By SUSAN SCHRAMM STAR STAFF WRITER Homicide Sgt. Michael P. Crooke wonders what has happened to the man believed to have killed an Indianapolis woman and five others within one month last year. "I don't think this guy has Just upped and stopped on his own," said Crooke, the investigator handling the probe of Robin Fuldauer's slaying for the Indianapolis Police Depart ment. "He could be in Jail. Or it's a possibility he has committed suicide. You just don't know. "I feel that the pace at which he was going, in 30 days to have six kills, after going through that, I feel it would be hard for him to stop." Ballistics tests linked one .22-caliber handgun to the six slayings. Fuldauer's slaying took place April 8. The others occurred April 11 in Wichita, Kan. (in which two died); April 27 In Terre Haute; May 3 in St. Charles, Mo.; and May 7 in Raytown, Mo. Investigators in Indiana, Missouri and Kansas conduct periodic meetings to discuss the crimes. What is known? Investigators say the killer picked small stores near major in-terstates. He evidently sought to kill women. A male clerk In Terre Haute was killed, but police believe the killer saw the man's po- Speedway man wins million on 1st dick STAR STAFF REPORT nytail and mistook him for a female. He also went into stores where he thought the clerk was working alone, police say. In Wichita, two female clerks were killed, but only one clerk was seen by the suspect initially because the other was in a back room. From a witness to the Wichita slaying, police drew up a sketch of the suspect that has been circulated nationally. He is depicted as a young, white man with short hair. The picture has been shown on several television programs, such as America's Most Wanted, from which Crooke says "a fantastic amount" of leads resulted. "Every time one agency gets a lead, you have to multiply it by every agency Involved. We'll get a call that the drawing (of the suspect) looks like it could have been so-and-so. Or we Just get a first name or Just a last name. It Just takes a lot of time to follow it up to see whether they could have been in all the cities." Timberlake gets ex-cop as attorney When Superior Court Judge Webster L. Brewer named T. Reg Hesselgrave public defender for Norman H. Timberlake last week, some eyebrows were raised. Timberlake is charged with murder in the death of Indiana State Police Master Trooper Michael E. Greene. Eyebrows were raised because the attorney had a 14-year career with the Indianapolis Police Department. Will the fact that he had been a police man have any f A - ' wL Hesselgrave effect on his relationship with Timberlake? "I am a lawyer representing a client, and I will pursue his case vigorously," Hesselgrave said. Ivan Renko is seen by state legislators Seems as though Ivan Renko ! has made another appearance In the Hoosier state mythically speaking, that is. i Renko Is the made-up European basketball star that Indiana ' University Coach Bobby Knight ! said the Hoosiers had signed. J Carrying the silliness a bit fur-! ther, members of the Indiana ! House of Representatives last week approved a resolution wel- ; coming Renko to the state. Rep. Paul Mannweiler, R-In-dianapolis, House minority leader, offered that he thought he had seen Renko In a fishing boat wifh Knight, and other legislators of both parties offered their Own humorous takes on the situation. Such unity has rarely been seen on a subject of such sub- -stance. To call Notre Dame, just dial ND 1 Call it divine intervention. Call it the luck of the Flghtin' Irish. .., Call it sheer coincidence. But when the University of Notre Dame had to change Its telephone number prefix, school officials chose 631. For the record, that stands for ND1. ' "It's a convenient way to re- member your Fightin' Irish," quipped Dennis Brown, university spokesman. Previously, the prefixes had been 239 and other combinations. In late December, campus officials had to pick a new prefix after installing a new phone sys-, tern. The university's previous system was 10 years old and needed to be replaced. "We needed a new prefix In order to consolidate everybody,", said Brown. Brown said Steve Ellis, manager of the university's telecommunication system, saw the catchy new prefix "as a natural for Notre Dame." - Predictably, there Is a smidgen of sportsmanlike teasing to phone callers. "We kid around about It. We tell people that we have a new : phone number and it's ND Number 1 . We get a groan out of people," Brown said. By the Star staff, compiled by Robert N. Bell The number Richard Hall of Speedway decided on early In the week turned out to be worth $1 million in the Hootser Millionaire show televised Saturday. Hall, owner of Hall's Insurance Co. in Indianapolis, said he had settled on choosing No. 3 if he made the millionaire round as soon as he learned he would be on the show. It was his first pick, one that made a substantial addition to the $16,000 he had won in prelimi nary rounds. He said the winnings have him toying with the Idea of retirement. Early decisions include a vaca tion for Hall and his wife in the Caribbean. Other winners on the show: Nancy Lindsay ol Terre Haute. $14,000; Denorse Guynn of Koko-mo, and J.C. Bartley of Fairland, both $8,000; Evelyn Lockhart of Indianapolis, $7,000: Kenneth Carter of Indianapolis, $4,000. Contestants selected for next Saturday's show are John E. Ruf-fin, Columbus; Brenda Diehm, Garrett; Donald Swoverland, War saw; Karan Clouse, Mitchell; Mi chael L. Cole, Indianapolis; and Melissa E. Lukens, Muncie. Public Notices ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS MOC II PROJECT Sealed bids will be received by the ndianaDo s AirDort Author ity, Indianapolis, Indiana for the work listed below tor tne unirea Airlines MOC II Proiect at the Indianapolis international Airport, per the date and time Indi cated below, on the Fifth Floor of the Indianapolis International Airport Administration Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. All bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Indianapolis Airport Authority Board xoom located on the Second Floor of the Administration building. Any bids received after the designated time will be returned unopened. Bids are desired as set forth In the Instructions to Bidders, which Is part of the Bid Documents. Each bid shall include all work, labor, and materials necessary to complete the work as reouired and in strict compli ance with drawings and specifications therefore, as prepared by the Architect for tne proiect (the "Architect"), and incorpo rated in the Contract Documents. The successful bidder will be required to pay laborers, workmen, mechanics and other employees on the work under the contract not less than the prevailing wage for each craft, trade or occupa tion as established under Indiana law. A copy of the prevailing wage rate Is contained in the Contract Documents. Bid Documents will be for warded to the following locations for filing and examination on the date listed oeiow. The Plan Room, i-vv uoage Division, Heritage Park Com plex, MM East 75th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250. Construction League of In dianapolis, 3965 North Meridian, 1st Floor, inoianaponv in Indpls. Bus. Development Foundation, 617 Indiana Ave., Suite 315, Indianapolis, IN 46702. Director of Planning and Development, Indianapolis Airport Authority, Indianapolis International Airport, Administration Building Sixth Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46241. construction market uaia, 7355 N. Woodland Drive, Indianapolis, IN 4627S. Indianapolis Minority torn. Assoc., 4002 Cornelius Street, Indianapolis, IN 4620) Ind. Regional Minority Supplier Develop. Council, Post Office Box 44801, Indianapolis, in . Mlchiena Area Construction Industry Advancement Fund, 2425 Michawaka Avenue, Post Office Box 282. South Bend, IN 46624. C tv of Indianapolis, uivision of Equal Opportunity, 129 E. Market St., Ste. 300, Indianapolis. IN 46204. Center, 4755 Kingsway Dr., Ste. 103, Indianapolis, in waq. Work Description: Hangar 2 Plumbing, Document Availability: February II, 1993, Document Cost: $100.00, Pre-Bid Date: February 24, 1993, Pre-Bid Time: 00 P.M. EST, Bid Date; March 1993, Bid Time: 2:00 P.M. EST. Copies of the Bid Documents may be obtained from the otfice of the Program Manager, Lehrer McGovern Bovis, Inc., 8929 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46231, (3171 487-9590. A non-refundable fee will be charged for each set desired. The cost of which Is set forth as listed above. This payment In the form of a check or money order shall be made payable to United Airlines. All bids shall be on Form 6 as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts and must be accompanied by the questionnaire on Form 6A, an as requireq ov Indiana law, together with such additional and supplementary information as may be required in the Bid Documents, ana must be properly and completely exe cuted and phall be accompanied Public Notices bv a properly completed non- collusion affidavit. After the opening of bids, no bid shall be withdrawn within sixty (601 days without written consent of the Indianaoo is Airport Authority. All bids shall be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check in the amount of 5 of the contract price, which bond or check shall be made payable to the order of the Indianapolis Airport Authority. Said bid bono or certified check shall remain in ef fect for not less than sixty (60) davs after bids are received. Contractors awarded a contract will be required to furnish acceptable Performance and Payment Bonds in the amount of 100 of the contract price. Mid Performance and Payment Bonds shall remain In effect for twelve (12) months after the date of Owner's final settlement with the Contractor. Should successful bidder withdraw his bid. fai to accept tne contract. or fall to furnish satisfactory Performance and Paymenf Bonds, within three (3) days after award, the Indianapolis Airport Authority or United Airlines, Inc., as Construction Manager for the Indianapolis Airport Authority for the MOC II Proiect, may call upon the bid bond or declare the bid deposit forfeited as liquidated damages. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. A pre-bid meeting will be held in the Board Room on the Second Floor of the Administration Building, Indianapolis International Airport, on the date and time as listed above. Should special assistanceac commodations be needed fpr an ndividuars participation in tnis meeting, please call (317 ) 487-9594 or TDD 487-5151 at least one week prior to the scheduled date. Indianapolis Airport Authority Indianapolis, Indiana By: DANIEL C. ORCUTT Executive Director (5-2-7, 14) DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE NOTIFICATION Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company Alcoa Generating Corporation Daily notice bv publication Is hereby oiven pursuant tp an agreement binding on each and every pwner and operator of Warrick Power Plant, Unit No. 4, yankeetown, werrick County, Indiana, that the Designated Representative for said affected generating unit will be J. Gordon Hurst, Senior vu.w n Hiucpii, wwi ana Gas and Electric Compa ny. 20 n. w. Fpunti Mreet, tv- ansville, Indiana 47741, teephone 112) M-i6, fac simile number (8)2) 465-4114 The alternate designated representative for Warrick Power Plant, Unit 4, will be Philip G. Rasmussen, Vic President of Alcoa Generating Corporation, p o Box 10. Newburah. Indi ana 47630, telephone (812) 853-4243, facsimile number (112) 853-1126. This published notification Is pursuant to final Acid Rain program rules l cfuk Part 72, Subpart B) promulgat ed by the U. S. Environmental protect on Aaencv in accor dance with the Clean Air Act. (S-2-12, 13, 14, 15, It, 17, H) PUBLIC NOTICE On Aoril 7. 1989 construction permif BPTTL-880624WI was granted by the Federal Communications Commission as a low power television facility to serve the public interest as a public trustee. The construction permit modification was filed May 5, 1991 and approved bv the Fed eral Communications Commis sions on October u, iwi to transmit from Bank One, Indianapolis, Indiana and serve the greater Indianapolis metro- Public Notices politan area. Applications were filed on January 15, 1993 to assion and transfer the con struction permit and request an extension of time to com plete construction permit BMPTTL-910503GI by KEE Properties, Inc. (essigner) for the assignment and transfer to Mid-America Promotions, Inc. (assignee). Construction per mit s for a 1.0 kw of power on UHF band frequency 704.0- 710.0. Individuals who wish to ad vise the FCC of facts relating to the transfer, assignment and extension of time applications, should tile comments and petitions with the FCC by February 15, 1993. Further information concerning the FCC's low power con struction permit, assignment and transfer process may be obtained from the FCC, Wash ington, D C. 20554. O-n-14) DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE NOTIFICATION Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company Daily notice by publication Is hereby given pursuant rp an agreement binding on each and every pwner and eperator of F. B. Culley Power Plant, Units I, 2 and 3, Yankeetown, Warrick County, Indiana, and A. B. Brown Power Plant, Units I. 2 and Gas Turbine, West Franklin, Posey County, Indi ana, that the Designated Representative for said affected generating units will be J. Gordon Hurst, Senior Vice President. Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, 20 N. w. hourrn street, tvansvine, Indiana 47741, telephone (812 464-46)6, facsimile number 8 2 465-41 4. The alternate designated representative for F. B. Culley Power Plant, Units 2 and 3 and A. B. Brown Power Plant, Units 1, 1 and Gas Turbine, will be Andrew E. Goebel, Senior Vice President, Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, 20 N. W. Fourth Street, Evansvllle, Indiana 47741, telephone (812 ) 464-4553, facsimile number (812) 465-4554. This published notification Is pursuant to final Acid Rain Prpgram rules (40 CFR Part 72, Subpart B) promulgated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency In accordance with the Clean Air Act. (S-2-12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IB) Notice to MBEWBE Contractors and Suppliers Kailma Engineering 4 Con struction, Inc., is accepting quotations for all types of work on the White River Levee Improvements Phase III Proiect, DPW Proiect I511-001C. Plans and specifications may be examined at our office located at 4990 Massachusetts Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46218. Proposals are requested no later than February 23, 1993, and should be forwarded to: Kailma Construction 8, Engi neer no, inc., 4vw wessacnu- setts Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46218. (317) 547-3514 FAX (317) 547-3515. Equal Oppprtunlty Emplpyer (52-14,15,16, i,ia,iy,wt INDIANAPOLIS HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION An Administrative Hearing of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission will be held on Tuesday, February 23, 1993 at 12:00 noon In room 1821 of the city-county Build- ng. The following applications are scheduled to be heard: File Number: S93-01B ONS ; Applicant: Decker Development; Historic Area Address: 464 N. central; work to be Done: New porch handrails. The applications win oe mailable for public inspection Public Notices rv 1821 of the Cifv-Countv Build ing between the hours of 8:00 a.m. ana 5:w p.m., Monday throuon f-riaav. For special accommodations needed by handicapped indi viduals planning te attend, please call 327-4406, for the hearing impaired call 327-5186 (TTY) at least forty-eight nours prior to tne meeting. (S-2-14) NOTICE TO MINORITY CONTRACTORS F. E. Harding Paving will be bidding on the additional site and related work tor tne con tinuing projects for Lawrence gn bcnooi on repru- ary 16, 1993. We welcome bids from Interested subcontrac tors. Contact our office at 849-9M6. Equal Opportunity Employer (S-2-14) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Frank E. Irish, Inc, Mechanical Contractor, 625 6. 11th St., Indianapolis, 46202, is requesting bids for the UAL Maintenance Operations Center II (MOC II), Package 2B.2-3, Indirect Shops, Underslab Plumb-inn Interested WBE'S 8, MBE'S should quote Irish no later than 21893. Quotes are requested on Electrical, Excavation, and Piping Supplies. PlansSpecifications available at 625 E. 11th Street, Indianapolis. Phone 636-2337. (5-2-0, 7, 8, , 10, II, 11 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18) ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS - MOC II PROJECT Sealed bids win be received by the Indianapolis Airport Authority, Indianapolis, Indiana for the supply of material equipment listed below for the United Airlines MOC II Proiect at the Indianapolis International Alrpprt, on the Fifth Floor of the Indianapolis international Airport Administration Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. All bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Indiana- lolis Airport Autnonry tsoarq loom located on the Second Floor of the Administration ui dino. Any bids received af ter the designated time will be returned unopened. Bids are desired as set torrn In the Instructions to Bidders, which is part of the Bid Documents. Each bid snail include an items necessary to supply the materialequipment as re quired and in strict compliance with drawings ana specifications therefore, as prepared by the Architect for the proiect (the "Architect"), and incorporated In the Purchase Agreement. Bid Documents will be for warded to the following locations for filing and examination on the date listed below. The Plan Room, i-w uoage Division, Heritage Park Complex, 6M6 East 75th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250. Construction League of Indianapolis, 3965 North Meridian, 1st Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46202. ndois. Bus. Development Foundation, 617 Indiana Ave., Suite 315. Indianapolis, IN 46202. Director of Planning and De velopment, Indianapolis Airport Authority, Indianapolis In-ternational Alrpprt, Administratipn Building Sixth Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46241. Construction Market uata, 7355 N. Woodland Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46278. Indianapolis Minority Cont. Assoc., 4002 Cornelius Street, Indianapolis, IN 4670 Ind. Regional Minority Sup plier Develop. Council, Post Office Box 44801, Indianapolis, IN 46244. Mlchiana Area construction Industry Advancement jund. Public Notices 2425 Michawaka Avenue, Post Office Box 282, South Bend, IN 4M24 City of Indianapolis, Division of Equal Opportunity, 129 E. Market St., Ste. 300, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Indpls., Minority Bus. Dev. Center, 4755 Kingsway Dr., Ste. 103, Indianapolis, IN 46205. Work Description: Dearators, Document Availability: January 13, 1993, Document Cost: $75.00, Pre-Bid Date: January 21, 1993, Pre-Bid Time: 1:00 P.M. EST, Bid Date: February 5, 1993, Bid Time: 2:00 P.M. EST. Work Description: Hangar High Bay Light Fixtures, Document Availability: February 10, 1993, Document Cost: $75 00, Pre-Bid Date: February 25, 1993, Pre-Bid Time: 1.00 P.M. EST, Bid Date: March S, 1993, Bid Time: 2:00 P.M. EST. Work Description: Under Dock Lighting Fixtures, Document Availability: February 10, 1993, Document Cost: $75.00, Pre-Bid Date: February 25, 1993, Pre-Bid Time: 1:00 P.M. EST, Bid Date: March S, 1993, Bid Time: 2:00 P.M. EST. Work Description: Cable Travs and Fittings. Document Availability: February 11, 1993, Document Cost: $75.00, Pre-Bid Date: February 25, 1993. Pre-Bid Time: 1:00 P.M. EST. Bid Date: March 5, 1991 Bid Time: 2:00 P.M. EST. Copies pf the Bid Documents may be obtained from the office of the Program Manager, Lehrer McGovern Bovis, Inc., 8929 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46231, (317) 487-9590. A non-refundable fee will be charged for each set desired. The cost of which Is set forth as listed above. This payment In the form of a check or money order shall ba made payable to United Airlines. All bids snail be on Form wn as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts all as required by Indiana law, together with such additional and supplementary Information as may be required in tha- Bid Documents, and must ba properly and completely executed and shall be accompanied by a properly completed non-coilu-sion affidavit. After the opening of bids, no bid shall be withdrawn within sixty (60) days without written consent ol the Indianapolis Airport Authority. aii oios snan oe accompa nied by a bid bond or certified check In the amount of 5 of the Purchase Agreement price, not to exceed smwuuu wnicn bond or check shall be made payable to the order of the Indianapolis Airport Authority. Airi hid bond or certified check shall remain in effect for not less than sixty (out oays after bids are received. Should successtu bidder withdraw his bid, fail to accept the contract, the Indianapolis Airport Authority or United Airlines, Inc., as Construction Manager for the Indianapolis Airport Authority lor the mul ii t-ro-ject, may call upon the bid bond or declare the bid deposit forfeited as liquidated damages. The right is reserved to reiect any and all bids. A pre-bid meeting will be held in the Board Room on the Second Floor of the Administration Building, Indianapolis International Airport, on the date and time as listed above. Should special assistance accommodations be needed for an Individual's participation in this meeting, please call (317) 487-9594 or TDD 487-5151 at least one week prior to the scheduled date. Indianapolis Airport Authority Indianapolis, Indiana BY: DANIEL C. ORCUTT Executive Director (S-.7-7, 14)

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