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"in THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR MONDAY, MAY 30, 1994 B7 Obituaries Fred L. Willis had been mayor of W. Lafayette ,W(f st Lafayette, Ind. Services for Fred-L. Willis, 86, former mayor of West' Lafayette, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday In Soller-Baker West Lafayette Chapel, with calling from 5 pr'. to 7 p.m. today. He died Friday. Mf. WiUls, who lived In West Lafayette, served as mayor from 1956-63 and declined to run for a third term. He also had been executive assistant- to the director of the Purdue University Student Hospital. Mr. Willis Joined the Purdue health service staff as a bacteriologist In 1929 and became a full-time employee in 1931, retiring n 1974. He. served In the Army Medical Corp while taking a leave from Purdue .from 1942-46. Mjr Willis received his bachelor's degree In 1929 from Indiana State TerCJlers College, Terre Haute, and a master's- degree from Purdue In 1931. was a member of The Federated Church," West Lafayette, and was a pa&llexalted ruler of Elks Lodge 143. IWf? Willis had umpired for three year for the Lafayette Red Sox and officiated at the National Semi-Pro Baseball Tournament in Wichita, Kan.., and NCAA baseball finals In 1950,; retiring from officiating in 1955. He was statistician for Purdue football for 65 years. Memorial contributions may be made to the Fred L. Willis Scholarship Fund, in care of the Purdue Alumni Foundation. Survivors: wife, Lucy P. Blake Willis; daughter, Carolyn W. Kincannon; son. Fred L. Willis II. BELLA BROWN ADAMS, 57, Mar-tlrtSfllJe, died Saturday. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Fogleman Funeral Home, Martinsville, with calling from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. She was a member of Living Word Church, Plainfleld, to which memorial contributions may be made. Survivors: sons, William Bruce, Randy Eugene, Michael Lee and Lonne Joe Adams: daughter, Jenny Lynn Coryell; brother, Buddy Adams; sisters, Julia Adams, Mary Harvey and Delores Flnley; 11 grandchildren. KENNETH J. BUCK, 67, Spencer, formerly of Indianapolis, died Sunday. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at East Hill Cemetery, Morgantown. Calling will be from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday In Meredith-Clark Funeral Home. Morgantown. He had worked at the Naval Avionics Center for five years, retiring in 1991. Previously, he worked 21 years for Speedway Tool & Machine Co., Speedway, and was part owner of Thistle Ridge Gardens, Spencer. Mr. Buck was an Army veteran of World War II. Memorial contributions may be made to the Morgan County Heart Association, Martinsville. Survivors: companion, Ed Angrlck; goddaughter, Maria Angrlck; sister, Clarice Clay. LILLIAN CRANEY CRITTENDEN, 91. Indianapolis, died Saturday. Services will be Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. In Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel and at 9 a.m. in Holy Spirit Catholic Church, of which she was a member. Calling will be from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday In the funeral home. She had been a rental manager for Bolton Court Apartments 12 years, retiring in 1983. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Augustine Little Sisters of the Poor. Survivors: daughters, Mable Whlttaker and Barbara Craney Far-rington; son, William A. Hlttle Sr.; seven grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; five great-geat-grand-chlldren. MARGARET C. STRIEBLEN DALTON, 87. Indianapolis, died May 23. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in CH. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home, with calling from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Dalton had been a secretary for Westlnghouse Corpi44 years, retiring in 1972. She wadhe widow of John R. "Jack" Dalton. Survivor: sister, Marie Lind-for&l EUGENA F. MOORE GRANT, 65, Indianapolis, died Saturday. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday In Conkle Funeral Home, Lynhurst Chapel, with calling from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Grant had worked for Link-Belt Chain Division 24 years, retiring in 1988. Memorial contributions maybe made to the American Heart Association. Survivors: husband, Herbert ft. Grant; son, Jason K. Grant; daughters, Debbl K. Marion, Pamela J. Post and Brandl J. Parrott; brother, George W. Moore: sisters, Edith Hammond and Vera Wlx. INDEX OF METRO-AREA OBITUARIES Public Notices MARION COUNTY Lillian Craney Crittenden Margaret Strieblen Dalton Mary "Jodie" Dennison Eugena F. Moore Grant Louise F. Gray Celeste A. Gaddis Hill Louis E. Kimmel III Margaret L. Kriech Dr. Gerald Thomas Landis Betty J. Milender Zeldi Izsak Schuster Archie Charles Wilson Glenn Wyatt HAMILTON COUNTY Kerry Wayne Johnson Volere Julia Wallis HENDRICKS COUNTY Herbert L. Edwards MORGAN COUNTY Delia Brown Adams FORMER RESIDENTS Kenneth J. Buck Betty Milender honored for rescue Services for Betty J. Milender. 69, Indianapolis, who received a Red Cross Hall of Fame award In 1975, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Flan-ner & Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary. Calling will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. She died Saturday. Mrs. Milender had been a cook 27 years for Washington Township Schools, retiring in 1987. She received the award for rescuing a 7-year-old boy trapped In a burning tool shed In 1974. Mrs. Milender broke MARY JO ELLEN "JODIE" ACTON DENNISON, 37. Indianapolis, died Wednesday. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday In Conkle Funeral Home, Lynhurst Chapel, with calling from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Survivors: husband, Stephen E. Dennison; mother, Audra A. Brewer Acton; sister, Karen S. Easley; brother, Mike L. Acton. HERBERT L EDWARDS, 50. Center Valley, died Saturday. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Weaver Funeral Home, Clayton, with calling from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Mr. Edwards was an Inspector In the quality control department at Chrysler Corp.'s Indianapolis Foundry for 24 years. Survivors: wife, Brenda Scarberry Edwards; mother, Virginia Barnette Edwards; brother, Larry Edwards; grandmother, Stella Barnette. CELESTE A. GADDIS HILL, 69, Indianapolis, died Saturday. There will be no services or calling, burvivors: husband, Joseph E. HiU; sons, Russell, Robert A. and William T. HiU; daughter, Sue Ann Browning; sisters, Viola Farrls and Bobble LaGrange; brother, IUoice Foster; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Flan-ner & Buchanan Mann Road Mortuary is handling arrangements. LOUISE F. GRAY, 69, Indianapolis, died Saturday. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel, with calling from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and an hour before services. She had worked 31 years for the Internal Revenue Service, retiring in 1982. Mrs. Gray was a member of Woodslde United Methodist Church. She was the widow of Daryl Clifford Gray. Survivors: daughter, Linda C. Roome; son, Michael K. Rost; stepdaughter, Daryl-lin Creek; brothers, Donald, Gilbert. Harold, Richard and Julian Hassler; seven grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren. KERRY WAYNE JOHNSON, 34. NoblesviUe. was found Saturday after apparently drowning in an accident Tuesday. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday In Randall and Roberts Logan Street Chapel, NoblesviUe, with calling from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. He worked 16 years for Randy Raines Farm Equipment. Sheridan. Survivors: daughter, Kerrianna Johnson; sons, Brandon and Tyler Johnson; parents. Robert A. and Shirley Johnson; sister, Theresa F. Johnson; brothers, Larry A. and Garry L. Johnson. LOUIS E. KIMMEL III, 33, Indianapolis, died Sunday of injuries suffered in a LaPorte County automobile accl-'dent. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday In MoeUer Funeral Home, Valparaiso, with caUIng from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Kimmel was a design engineer two years for Kennedy Tank and Manufacturing Co. He was a 1984 graduate of Purdue University. Survivors: parents. Dr. Louis E. Jr. and Thelma Seery Kimmel. ZELDI IZSAK SCHUSTER, 90. In- dtenapolls, died Sunday. Services wiU be at 11:30 a.m. today in Aaron-Ruben-Nelson Meridian HlUs Mortuary. She had co-owned and operated Leo's Market at Division and Ray streets for 44 years, retiring in 1976. She was a member of United Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, to which memorial contributions may be made. Mrs. Schuster was a 50-year member of Hadas-sah Mizrachi Women and the Order of the Eastern Star Monument Lodge. Memorial contributions also may be made to Hooverwood. She was the widow of Leo D. Schuster. Survivors: daughter, LiUian Selig; son. Jack M. Schuster; sister, Jeanette Freedman; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Into the shed at 2111 RandaU Road and roUed the boy In the grass to extinguish the flames engulfing his body. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, the Humane Society of Indianapolis or the American Lung Association. She was the widow of Harold Milender. Survivors: daughter, Judy Davis; sons, Ronald "Butch," David and Randy Milender; mother, Elsie Daniels; sister, Margaret Mazur; eight grandchildren. MARGARET L. KRIECH, 82, Indianapolis, died Saturday. Services wlU be Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. In Lauck Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. In Sacred Heart Catholic Church, of which she was a lifetime member. Calling wlU be from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday In funeral home. Survivors: sisters, Gertrude Kriech, Germalne Clark, Edna Reily and Bertha Gagnon; brother, Francis J. Kriech. Dr. GERALD THOMAS LANDIS, 91. Indianapolis, died Sunday. There wiU be no services or caUing. He had been a dentist in Remington for 50 years, retiring In 1975. Dr. Landis was a member of Baptist Temple, Logans-port. He was the widower of Leila Loraine Landis. Survivors: son, Ross O. Landis; daughter, Rebecca Lynn Landis; 11 grandchildren; 24 greatgrandchildren. Stirllng-Gerber Funeral Home Is handling arrangements. VOLERE JULIA WALLIS, 77, Carmel. died Saturday. Graveside services wlU be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Poplar Ridge Cemetery, Carmel. There wiU be no caUing. She had been a data processor 20 years for Taylor Products, Elkhart, retiring In 1979. Mrs. WaUls was a member of Central Christian Church. Carmel, and memorial contributions may be made to the church's building fund. She was the widow of Clarence Wallis. Survivors: daughter, Doris-Rartlptt Shaum: a granddaugh ter; a great-grandchild. Smith Funeral Home, (Jarmei, is nanuimg ui augments. ARCHIE CHARLES WILSON, 78. Indianapolis, died Saturday. Services wiU be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday In Wilson St. Pierre Greenwood Chapel, with caUing from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tupsdav. Mr. Wilson had owned and managed Express Machine and Tool Co. for 30 vears. retiring In 1989. Survivors: wife, Myra M. Hogue Wilson: daughter, Rebecca J. Kilby; son. .lames P. Wilson: sisters. Rose MrOnav and Nora McCaulev: five "--5 J grandchildren. GLENN WYATT, 51, Indianapolis, died Friday. Services wiU be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Peter Lutheran Church. Knox County, with caUing an hour beforehand. CaUing also wiU be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday In Gardner Funeral Home. Vincennes. Mr. Wyatt had been a florist. He was a member of the church. Survivors: rulvn R Hart- sister. Ja- CUllipaiiiun, . . net Ivers; brothers. Jack and Robert Wyatt. INDIANA DEATHS Deaths reported from outside the Indianapolis area Anderson Madonna Marie Brow, 82, widow of Ernest O. Brow; Marvin Elmo Lamkin, 82, husband of Ella Kleinschmidt Lamkin. Batesville Elmer W. Belter, 72, husband of Marcia Siefert Belter. Columbus August G. Braver, 71, husband of Lorena Arnholt Braver. Dubois Thelma R. Freyberger, 70, wife of Cleo Freyberger. CORRECTIONS JAMES RUSSELL DICK - The name of a surviving daughter, Sandra Burkert, was mls-speUed In Sunday's obituary. THOMAS GRAFTON DOTY Sr. The day of his death, Friday, was Incorrect In Sunday's obituary. DAVID J. G0UL - Surviving grandparents, John and Joan Rose, were omitted from Sunday's obituary. JANIE P. COLEMAN 0US- LEY The name of a surviving sister, Lovie Mae Walker, was mlsspeUed in Sunday's obituary. In Praise Karl Schneider, an Arsenal Technical High School teacher, was named winner of the Indiana State Bar Association's 1994 Liberty Bell Award. Schneider sponsors the school's Scholars Team, which has won first place in the state "We The People ... The Citizen and the Constitution" competition for four of the past six years. Michael R. Cohen, an education professor at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indiana-polls, was named winner of the 1994. Distinguished Teacher Educator Award. Cohen began teaching at IUPUI in 1968 and was honored for his creative skills in teacher education. The Indiana Association of United Ways recently elected officers: Jeanne Lee, chairwoman of the board; Thomas RlstiLne, vice chairman; Cordelia Lewis, secretary; and Larry Greenwalt, treasurer. The association also awarded former Lt. Gov. John M. Mute the 1994 Castaldi Award for seven years of service to Indiana United Ways. Holly McHugh, a recent graduate of Indiana State University, was named Student-Member-of-the-Year by the Student Foundation of District V of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. McHugh is a Warren Central High School graduate and spoke on behalf of the ISU senior class at commencement ceremonies. liichael Mclnerney, a physics Compiled by Steph Davis professor at Rose-Hulman Insti tute of Technology, was named a Fulbright-Hays Scholar and will receive a grant to lead teaching workshops for Filipino high school and college instructors for nine months at San Carlos University In Cebu City, Philippines. Harry Cooler was named Ser-toman of the Year by the Broad Ripple Sertoma. A charter mem ber of the group, Cooler is a board member and has helped charter other chapters, contributing 36 years to the Sertoma. Jody Vogelzang was given the Honored Dietitian Award by the Indiana Dietetic Association. A private consultant, Vogelzang also works for Indiana Vocational Techhlcal CoUege. SCHOOL CITY OF BEECH GROVE NOTICE OF HEARING Notice is hereby oiven to the taxpayers of Beech Grove Citv School of Marlon County, Indians that the Board of School Trustees will meet at the Administration Building on June 20, 1994 at 00 P.M. tor the Purpose of considerina oroposed amendments to its 1994 Capital Projects Fund Plan. A brief description of the amendment is as follows: Increased costs related to installation of air conditioning at South Grove Elementary. i ne following is a general outline ot the plan with the proposed amendment: Adopted: Amended: CURRENT EXPENDITURES: 1994 1994 (1) Land acquisition and development: $-0 $ -0 (2) Fees for professional services: 37,735 37,735 (3) Education specifications development: 695 695 (4) Building acquisition, construction & improvement: 450,420 492,920 (5) Rental of buildings and equipment: -0 -0- (6) Purchase of mobile or fixed equipment: 114.620 114.670 (7) Emergency allocations: -0 6 (8) Maintenance of equipment: 189,650 189,650 SUBTOTAL CURRENT EXPENDITURES: 793,120 835,620 (9) Allocation for future prolects: -0 0- (10) Transfer to repair & replacement Fund: 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES, ALLOCATIONS a. I KANaFbKS 5793,120 1835,620 Taxpayers are invited to attend the meetino for a more de- tailed explanation of the plan to exercise their rights to be heard on the proposal. idny currry, president KITTY THOMAS, Vice-President PAUL HOUGLAND, Secretary RICHARD STAPINSKI, Member BETH PRINDLE, Member (S-5-30, 6-7) Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PLAT COMMITTEE AGENDA - JUNE 8, 1994 Call To Order Opening Statement (Plats) The Plat Committee Is limited with regard to what it can con sider in its review ot proposed subdivision plats. The Plat Committee's function is ministerial rather than discretionary. The approval or disapproval of a plat is controlled by the requirements and standards set out in the Subdivision Control Ordinance. If the pro posed plat meets those re- uirements and sianoaros, which include zoning requirements, the Plat Committee must approve the plat. Approval ot tne May n, mi Minutes Continuances, Withdrawals Special Request Public Hearing Matters Presented HEARING DOCKET Notice is hereby given of a Public Hearing and Meeting of the Plat Committee of the Metropolitan Development Commission of Marion County, Indiana, Division ot Neighbor hood and Development Services, in the Public Assembly Room, Room 230, city-county Building, Indianapolis, Indiana on June 8, 1994, petitions requesting approval of subdivision plats will be heard pursuant to Indiana Code 36-7-4-700, series and action thereon determined. PLAT HEARING Continued Petitions: 94-P-47 - 6951 West Thomp son Road (approximate address), Indianapolis, Decatur Township, Councilmanic District 19. Zoned D A and D-3. Larry G. and Sandra Browning request approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Kirk-wood Estates. Section Two, di viding 8 4941 ) acres into 22 lots. 1 ne details ot mis petition are on file. New Pet t ons: 94-P-60 - 1501 West 96th Street approximate address , Indianapolis, Washington Township. Louncnmanic Dis trict 3. Zoned D-5. Landquest LLC requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Oak Place, dividing 5I) acres nto 23 ots. ine details ot mis Det t on are on tile. 94-P-61 83ii uakianoon Road approximate address , city of Lawrence, Lawrence lownsnip, Louncnmanic Dis trict 5. Zoned D-3. Schneider Engineering Corporation re quests approval of a subdivi sion plat tp pe Known as me Highlands At Geist, Section Three, dividing 7.329() acres into 23 lots. The details of this oetition are on ft e. 94-P-62 - 8302 North County L ne Road approximate ad dress), city of Lawrence, Law rence Township, Louncnmanic District 5. Zoned D-3. Schneider Engineering Corporation requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Crystal Polnte, Section Four, dividing 15.9881) acres Into 50 tots. 1 ne aetaus ot mis pennon are on f e. 94-P-63 - 8304 North County Line Road (approximate address), city of Lawrence, Law rence Township, Louncnmanic D str ct 5. zoned d-j Schneider Enaineerino CorDO' ration requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as crvsta Pointe. section Five, dividing 15.0O6() acres Into 43 lots. 1 ne oerans or tnis pennon are on f e. 94-P-64 950 soutn vtn Ave nue approximate address), Beech Grove, perry lownsnip. Councilmanic District 24. Zoned DP (FFKFW). Schnei der Engineering Corporation requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Walnut Grove, dividing 3.92 1 acres nto 82 lots. 1 ne details of this petition are on tne. 94-P-65 - 6102 West 50UthP0rt Road (approximate address), IndianaDolis, Decatur Town ship, Councilmanic District 19. Zoned D-4. Schneider En gineering Corporation requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as beneva woods, dividing 8.3() acres Into 22 lots. 1 ne details ot tnis pennon are on e. 94-P-A6 - 2101 East 65th Street (approximate address , city of Lawrence, Lawrence Township, Louncnmanic Dis trict 5. zoned u-jii. stoep-pelwerth and Associates, Inc. requests approval ot a suooi vision plat to be known as Oaklandon Meadows, Section One, Phase Two, dividing 7.2 ) acres nto 31 lots, ine details of this petition are on file. 94-P-67 - 3969 North German Church Road (approximate address), Indianapolis. Law rence Township, Councilmanic D str ct Hi. zoned d-sii StoenDelwerth and Associates, Inc. requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Windsor. Section Two, divio- ina IS 9I3() acres Into 47 lots. The details of this petition are on fi e. 94-P-68 - 5401 Southeastern Avenue approximate ad dress), Indianapolis, Warren Township, councilmanic District 13. Zoned D-2 end D-A Thomas E. Mullen requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Wallace Crossing, Section One, dividing 33() acres Into 75 lots. The details of this oetition are on tile. 94-P-69 - S601 East Minnesota Street (approximate ad dress), Indianapolis, Warren Township, councilmanic Dis trict 13. Zoned D-2 (FFKFW) and D-A FF FW . Thomas E Mullen requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Wallace crossing, section iwo, dividing 47.K) acres Into 127 lots. The details of this petition are on fi e. 94-P-70 - 3469 Westlane Road (approximate address), Indianapolis, Pike Township, Councilmanic District 1 Zoned D-3 (Cluster). MSE Corporation requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as Bretton wood, sec tion Three, dividing 8.626() acres Into 30 lots. The details of this oetition are on file. 94-P-7I - 7704 Frye Road (approximate address), Indianapolis, Franklin Township, Councilmanic District 23, Zoned D-2. Frve Road Devel opment Corporation requests approval of a subdivision plat to be known as nmDeriaKes, Section One. dividing 27 41:) acres into 48 lots. The details of this petition are on tne. Notice is hereby oiven of Public Hearing and Meeting of the Plat Committee of the Metropolitan Development Commission ot Marion county, Indiana, Division of Neighborhood and Development Ser vices, Room 230, City-County Building, Indianapolis, Indiana on May 11, iw, at i;ju r.nn., uDon the assessment of bene fits and award of damages to orooertv or interest beneti cially or inluriously affected by the following resolution for the vacation of an alley previously adopted, pursuant to Indiana Code 36-7-4-712, as amended and action thereon deter mined. VACATIONS, ASSESSMENT HEARING 94-VAC-4 - 1802 West Wash ington Street, (approximately) Indianapolis, Center Township, Councilmanic District 14, Washington Street Presbyterian Church requests: Parcel I: Vacation: a portion of the first eastwest alley now ot west Washington street, oe- ing 151 tee1 n wiom From: the west right-of-way line of Miley Street To: a point 140.8 feet west of Miley Street on the southwest corner of Lot 4 of the Second Miley Addition to the City of Indianapolis, as recorded n Plat Book 8, Page 9 in the Office of the Recorder of Marion County, Indiana. (See attached sheet) Parcel 11: vacation: a portion of the second eastwest alley norm ot west Washington street, being 20 teet in width t-rom: tne west riont-ot-wav line of Miley Street to: a point 40 teet west or the southwest corner of Lot 7. Parcel III: Vacation: a por tion of the first northsouth al ley, west ot Miley Street, being 15 teet in width From: a point 15.1 feet south of the southwest corner of Lot To: a point 20 feet north of the northwest corner of Lot 6. 94-VAC-5 - 7801 North Walnut Dr ve. (approx mate v). In- lanaoons. Hike lownsnip. Louncnmanic District z, ai-deric W. Sencal requests: Parce : Vacation: a port on of West 18th Street, being 50 teet in width From: a 00 nt 73.55 feet east of the right-of-way line of North Walnut Street or the southeast corner of Lot 14 and or the northeast corner of Lot 13 ot Auousta Park, Section 3, as recorded in Plat Book 24, Page 132, in tne Office ot the Recorder ot Marion county, Indiana To: the northeast corner of Lot 5 or the southeast corner of Lot 22 Parcel II: vacation: vacation of Lots 5 thru 12 and 15 thru 22 of Augusta Park, section 3 New Pet t ons: 94-VAC-2 - 1702 North New Jersey Street (approximately) Indianapolis, Councilmanic District 22, Henry L. Johnson, bv Michae Keeie. requests: vacation: a portion ot tne first eastwest alley north of East 16th Street, being 12 feet n wiarn From: the western right-of- way line of North New Jersey Street or the northeast corner of Lot 142 of Allen and Rost's North Addition to the City ot Indianapolis as per plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 129, in the ottice ot tne Recorder of Marlon County, ndiana To: a point 156 teet west to the eastern right-of-way line of the first northsouth alley west of North New Jersey Street or the northwest corner ot Lot 42. Notice is hereby given ot a Public Hearing and meeting of the Plat Committee of the Metrooo tan Develoomen Commission of Marion County, Indiana, Division of Neighborhood and Develoomenf Ser vices, Room 230, City-County Building, indianapons, inaiana on May 11, 1994, at 1:30 P.M., at which time ana place tne fol lowing petitions and resolu tions for the vacation of Streets. Alleys. Plats or Pubin Grounds, pursuant to Indiana code 36-7-4- 12, as amended, action thereon to be deter mined. VACATION, APPROVAL HEARING Continued Petitions: 94-VAC-I7 - 5946 Quail Run Drive (approximate address), Indianaoolis. Franklin Town ship, Councilmanic District 23. property c-roup one, Ltd requests: vacation: a portion 01 tne southern rignt-ot-way of Quail Run Dr ve being approx matelv 100 square feet, located within the Conditional Final Plat for the Villas at Quail Run recorded as nstrument Num ber 92-17075, In the Office of the Recorder of Marion county, ndiana. to allow the encroachment ot an existing guard house per the detailed drawings ot tnis pen- t on. 94-VAC- 8 - 5946 Quail Run Drive (approximate address), IndianaDolis. Franklin Town ship, Councilmanic District 23. Property Group one, Ltd requests: Vacation: A portion of the northern rignt-ot-way ot uuai Run Drive, being approxi mately 80 square feet, located within the Conditional Final Plat for the Villas at Quail Run recorded as nstrument Num ber 92-17075, In the Office of the Recorder ot Marion county, Indiana. 94-VAC- 9 - 1403 North nois Street (approximate ad dress), Indianapolis, Center Townsh o, Louncnmanic Dis trict 22. The Most Rev. Daniel M. Buechleln, OSB, Archbishop ot indianapons, oy lodd h. be anaer. requests: vacat on: A portion ot tne first alley north of West 14th street and dedicated as a con dition of the previously vacated a ev oer Dec aratorv Resolu tion 17666, being 15 feet in width From: the eastern right-of-way line of North Illinois Street, beginning at a point 30.5 feet south of the northwest corner of Lot 4 of Drakes Addition to the Citv of Indianaoolis, In diana as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 95 in the ottice ot tne Recorder ot Marion county, Indiana, To: a do nt u 5 teet east. 94-VAC-21 - 5009 Aspen Crest Lane (approximate address), ndianaDons, Pike lownsnip, Councilmanic District 1. CP. Morgan Co.. nc. requests: Vacation: A portion of a 15 foot Drainaoe. utility and ban itary Sewer Easement located along the south property line of Lot 2U8 within baoies vvaicn, Phase II, section 8, recorded as nstrument Numoer fl-n 4 n the Office of the Recorder of Marion County, Indiana, being 5 teet in wiotn along tne entire width along the entire north line ot said easement From: the eastern right-of-way line of AsDen Crest Lane and or to a point 10 feet north of the southwest corner of Lot 208 To: a point 10 feet north of the southeast corner of said Lot 208. New Petitions: 94-VAC-22 - 1301-1499 Michriver Street (formerly Michigan Street) (approximate address), Indianapolis, Center Township. Councilmanic ui: trict 16. Indiana University Purdue University Indianapol requests: Vacation: A portion Michriver Street (formerly Michigan street), being tu teet in width. From: the east right-of-way line of Porto Allegre Drive (aka White River Parkway East Drive). To: the southwesterly, right- nf-wav ne of M chiaan street 94-VAC-23 - 101-151 West Chesapeake Street (approx mate address), inoianapon Center Township, Counc manic District 16. Citv of In dianapolis, Department of Metropolian oeveiopmen Real Estate Services Division reouests: Vacation: A portion of West Chesapeake street, being feet in width. From: the west right-of-way line of South Illinois Street, To: the east right-of-way line of the first northsouth alley West of South Illinois street. 94 VAC-24 - 75 West Chesa- peake Street (approxima address). Center Townshi Councilmanic District 16. Ci of Indianapons, Department Metropolitan Develoomen Real Estate Service Division reouests: Vacation: A portion of West ChesaDeake street, being square feet (12 feet bv 15 feet) From: a point 90 feet east of the east right-of-way line of South Illinois Street, To: a point 120 teet east ot the east right-of-way line of South Illinois street. 94-VAC-25 - 1101 1299 Geor- a Street and 201-299 Olive treet (approximate address), lenter Township, Council manic District 21. City of Indianapolis, Department of Metropolitan Development, eai bstate services Division requests: Parcel : Vacation: A portion of Olive Street, being 30 feet in dth. From: the south rloht-of-wav line of East Georgia Street, To: the north right-of-way line of the first eastwest alley south of East Georgia Street. Parcel II: Vacation: A portion of East Georgia Street, being 1.45 feet in width paraded to and along the southern right-of-way line, From: the east right-of-way line of Shelby Street, To: the west right-of-way line of Leota Street. Parcel : Vacation: A por tion of the first eastwest alley south of East Georgia Street, being 15 teet in widtn, From: a point 120 feet east of the east right-of-way line of Shelby Street or 5 feet West of the southeast corner of Lot 40 andor northeast corner of Lot 33 of Mrs. C.C. Bobb's Addition recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 163 In the Office of the Re corder of Marion County, In- ana, To: a point 265 feet east of the ght-of-way line of Shelby Street or the southeast corner of Lot 112 andor northeast corner of Lot 31 in said subdi- ision. (S-5-30) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the try ot indianaponsManon ountv in Suite 1522 Citv- County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. til, on or Derore June 10, 1994. Between 9:31-10.00 a.m. sealed bids will only be ac cepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened publicly imme- ateiy thereafter tor: GT40224 - Eaole Creek Ma- na improvements to include improvements to Dandy Trail and parking lot, replacement of existing guard house, new dry dock storage, landscaping and associated items tor tne Department of Parks and Recreation. The Est mated Cost of Con struction Range is 175,000 00 to 1500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, plansspecifications from the Office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Build ing, at S50.W) per set (nonrefundable). Make check pay able to the City of Indianapolis. company cneck or money order, no cash accepted. A prebid meetino will be held on June 9, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. at Eagle Creek Marina. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A IUU PerformancePayment bond will also be required of successful idder. The city reserves tne ght to reiect any or an bias. ANDKbA KNUX IjKfclj, Purchasing Division (317 ) 327-4900 (S-5-30, 64) PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR MERGER Notice is herebv oiven that polication has been made to the Office ot Thrift SuDervi- on, woo G. street, N.W., Washington, DC. 20552, for pproval ot the merger of Union Federal Savings Bank of rannton, m sioier street. Frankton, IN 46044, into Union Federal Savings Bank of In- anapons, Indiana 46204. It is contemolated that all of fices of the above-named sav- ngs associations will continue to operate. The home office of Un on Federal Savings Bank ot In- anaoo is wi become the home office of Union Federal Savings Bank of Frankton, at 45 North Pennsylvania Street, indianapons, Indiana. tnis notice is published pur suant to 12 U.S.C. 1328(c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act and 12 c.F.R. 563.22 ot the reg ulations of the Office of Thrift iupervision. This notice will DDear at approx mate v one- week intervals over a 30-day period beginning May 29, 1994 no ending June 30, 1994. Any person desiring to comment on this application may 00 so by submitting writ ten comments within 30 days of the date of the first publication ot this notice to: District Di rector, Office of Thrift Super- sion. P.O. Box 60. ndianaDO- s, IN 46206. The public file Is vallable for inspection In the District Office during regular business nours. Date: May 26, 1994. Merging Institution: Union Federal Savings Bank of Frankton, 2U4 sigier street, Frankton, IN 46044. Resulting nstitution: union Federal savings Bank ot in dianapolis, 45 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204. (S-5-30, 6-6-13-20-27) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the C tv of IndianaoolisMarion County In Suite 1522 City-County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. bSl, on or Derore June 10, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be ac cepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened pupuciy imme diately thereafter tor: GT40099GT40136 - Rebid Christian. Spades, and Brook- side Parks site Improvements for the Department of Parks and Recreation. The Estimated Cost of Cod struction Range is $75,000.00 to S500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required biddinq documents, plansspecifications from the Uttice ot purcnasmg Division, Suite 1522. City-County Build ing, at S50.00 per set (nonrefundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis. Company check or money order, no cash accepted. A prebid meetino will be held on June 7, ivv4 at h:ju a.m. at srooxsioe Recreation Center, 3500 Brookside Parkway soutn Drive and on June 7, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. at Christian Park, 4125 English Avenue. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A liar per-fnrmanrePavment bond will also be required of successful bidder. The city reserves tne right to reiect any or an 010s. ANDKbA UNDA lKbljl, Purchasing Division (317) 327-4900 (S-5-30, 64) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the City of Indianapolis Marion County in suite 1522 city-County Building up to 9:30 a.m EST on or before June 16, 1994, Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids wi only be accepted Suite 260; with all bids being opened publicly Immediately thereafter tor: CP40267 - Demo t on of 2154- 2162 N. Illinois Street and 100- 114 McLean Place - Near North redevelopment project, for the Department of Metropolitan Development. The Estimated Cost of Con struction Range is J75.O0O.O0 to $500,000.00. Bidders must obtai required bidding documents, plansj specifications from the Office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522 City-County Building at $10.00 per set (nonrefundable). Make check pay able to the Citv of Indianapoli: Company check or money order, no cash accepted. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied bv a 5 Bid Bond. A 100 Per- formance'Payment bond will also be required of successful bidder. The City reserves the right to reiect any or an Dios. ANDREA KNOX GREGG, Purchasing Division (317) 327-4900 (S-5-30, 6-6) NOTICE TO BIDDERS CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS Notice is hereby given that the central purcnasing divi sion tor City ot Indianapons Marion County wili receivi sealed bids in Room 1522 City-County Building up to 9:30 a.m. EST on or before, June 16, 1994 between 9:31 - 10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be accepted in Room 260; with all bids being opened publicly immediately thereafter. No late bids will be accepted after 10:00 a.m. for any reason whatsoever. RF05758 - Transmission re placement and repair service for all city vehicles (over and under one ton) tor inoianapon! Fleet Service (18 month con tract after expiration of current contract Auoust II, 1994). RF05759 - (15) Colt Model 927 selective fire carbine, (15) heckler and Knock selective fire submachine guns and various accessories with trade- in of various firearms and ac cessories for the Indianapol Police Department, RF0576I - Instrumentation repairs for the Department of Public Works (12 month con tract). RF05762 - Limitorque elec trie valve actuators for the Department of Public Works (12 month contract). RF05763 - Specific electrical manufacturer's equipment and repair parts for the Department of Public Works (12 month contract after expiration of current contract July 19, 1994). "For special accommod, tions needed by handicapped individuals in planning to attend, olease call 327-4347 or 327- 5186 for the hearing impaired at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting." All bidders will be subiect to the City's Contract Compliance Program of the Consolidated City of Indianaoolis and Marion County regarding the Equal Employment opportunity as provided for in Executive Order No. I, 1987. Bidders must obtain the re quired bidding documents specifications from the Central Purchasing Div., 1522 City- County Building, Indianapolis, IN. 462U4. 1 ANDREA KNOX GREGG Central Purchasing Administrator (317) 327-4900 (S-5-30, 6-6) Equal Employment -Opportu- ity as provided tor in bxecu-ve Order No. 1, 1987.. Bidders must obtain the re-jired bidding documents specifications from the Central Purchasing Div., 1522 City-County Building, Indianapolis, IN462U4, ANDREA KNOX GREGG. Central Purchasing Administrator (317 ) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT FOR FOOD SERVICE BIDS Notice is herebv oiven that until 9:00 A.M. on the following dates: June 28, 1994. and No vember 15, 1994, the Board ot School Trustees of the Center Grove Community School Cor poration will receive bids at the Educational Services Building, 2929 S. Moraantown Road. Greenwood, IN 46143, for the following: Food and Non-Food Supplies for the Food Service operation. Bids will be pubhclv opened and read aloud at the above time and place. Specifications further setting out the kind and quantity of sucn items, tne metnoo ot bid ding, and the terms of payment are on file in the Superintendent's Office. Bids should be made out on Indiana State Board ot Accounts Form 95. be sealed, and be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check In the amount of 1 of the bid. The Board reserves the right to accept or reiect any bid and to waive any information or errors in biddina for a period of thirty(30) days after the opening ot the bids. Board ot school Trustees Center Grove Community School Corporation (S-5-30, 6-6) NOTICE TO BIDDERS - Sealed Bids will be -received by Purchasing Division for the ity ot IndianapolisMarion ounty in Suite 1522 City- County Building, Op- to 9 30 a.m. bST, on or before June it, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be accepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened publicly imme- ately thereafter fori EQ40467 - Railroad Pave ment Markings for the Northeast Quadrant of Marion County, Proiect CAM-MTR-94-029 for the Department of Cap ital Asset nnanagemenr. The Estimated Cost of Construction Range is $25,000.00 to $75,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, plansspecifications from the office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Build- ig, at $20.00 per set (non refundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis. Company check or money order, no cash accepted. ah bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 Bid Bond. The City reserves the right to reiect any or bids. ANDREA KNOX GREGG -Purchasing Division . (317 ) 327-4900 '; 1 S-5-30) ..' NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the City of IndianapolisMarion rnuntv In Suite 1522 Citv- County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. bsi, on or oetore June v, 1994. Between 9:ji-iu:uu a.m., sealed bids will only be ac cepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened pupuciy immediately thereafter for: DP4U38I - Keoio - Drainage Improvements at Post, Rawles, Bonna, Fenton to consist of approximately 8400 feet of new storm sewers, channel Improvements, construction of new driveway pipe culverts, side ditches, swales, and erosion control, Proiect DR-027-001 for the Department ot capital Asset Management. The Estimated Cost of Con struction Range is $500,000.00 to $1,000,000.00. Bidders must op- tain required bidding docu ments. Dianssoecitication! from the Office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522 City-County Building at $50.00 per set non refundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis Comoanv check or money or der, no cash accepted. A pre bid meeting is scheduled tor Mav 31. 1994. at 10:00 a.m.. Be lmont Engineering Bldg., 2700 5. Beimont. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 bid Bond. A 100 PerformancePayment Bond will also be required of successful bidder. The City reserves the right to reiect any or an bias. ANDKbA KNUW UKCUU Purchasing Division (317 ) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division, for the City of Indianapolis-Marion County in Suite 1S22 City-County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. bsr, on or oerpf Junex 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be accepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened pubiicty imme- ateiy thereafter tor.. EQ40477 Intersection Im provements at Sherman Drive and Stop 11, Proiect. CAM-ST-45-017 for the Deparfment of Capital Asset Management. .. The Estimated Cost of Construction Range Is $75,000.00 to $500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, plansspecifications from the Office of Purchasing Division, suite 1522, city-couitty Bunging, at $27.50 per'Set (nonrefundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis. Company check or .money order, no cash accepted.'' All bids must be per'-contract documents and accdmoanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A 100 Per-formancePayment.Bond will iso be required ot successful ildder. The Citv reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. ' ANDKbA NUA VMbUl Purchasing Divistaj) (317 ) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30- NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received bv Purchasing Division for the City of IndianapolisMarion County in Suite 1522 City-County Building, up to 9:30 a m. bsi, on or oetore June v, 1994. Between 9:Ji-tu:uu a.m. sealed bids will only be ac cepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened pupuciy immediately thereafter for: EQ40368 - Brick Sidewalk Cleaning and Regrouting for Monument Circle and Market Street, Proiect CAM-MBK-94-020 for fhe Department pf Cap- tal Asset Management. The Estimated Cost of Con struction Range is $25,000.00 to $75,000.00. Bidders must obtain reau red bidd no documents, plansspecifications from the uttice ot purcnasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Build ino. at $20.00 per set (non refundable). Make check pay able to the Citv ot Indianapoii: Company check or money order, no cash accepted. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied bv a 5 Bid Bond. The City re serves the right to reject any or all bids. ANDREA KNOX bKbbb Purchasing Division (317) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30) NOTICE TO BIDDERS This is a two-step process as defined oy fta Lircuia 4220. B the indianapons pudi TransDortation Corporation, will receive sealed Technical and Abilities Data Bids until 10 am, Wednesday June 29, 1994, in the IPTC Purchasing De-Dartment, 1501 West Washing ton Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222. Bid(s) received after specified time and date will not be accepted. The Indianaoolis Pub TransDortation CorDoration will receive sealed Cost and Price Bids until 10 am, Wed nesday July 13, 1994, in the ipil purcnasing Deoartment, 1501 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222. Bid(s) received after specified time and date wi not be accepted. Bid Reference 6-329-05-94 Professional Pest control ser vices. Specifications may be obtained from the IPTC Purchas ing Department, 1501 West Washington street, inaianapo- lis, IN 46222, or call 1317) 635- 2100 ext. 249 or FAX JI-W4 9 63 PHILLIP BRENT MYERS Procurement Manager Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation 1501 West, Washington Street Indianapons, Indiana 46222 (S-5-30, 6-6) NOTICE TC BIDDERS CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS Notice is hereby given that the central Purchasing divi sion for City of Indianapolis Marion County will receive sea ed bids in Room 522 Lit County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. EST, on or before, June 9, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m, sealed bids will only be ac cepted in Room 260; with all bids being opened pupnc immediately thereafter. No late bids will be accepted after 10:00 a.m. for any reason whatsoever. RF05742 - Shotguns for the Indianapolis Police Department (12 month contract) (5 Bid Bond RF05744 - Pool chemicals for the Deoartment of Parks an, Recreation ( 12 month contract) RF05748 - Fire Fiahtin Supplies and Cascade Air Sys tem Parts tor the Inoianapon Fire Department (12 month contract RF05753 - Microcomputer Software for Information ser vices Agency (12 month con tract "For special accommod: tions needed by handicapped individuals in planning to attend, olease call 327-4347 or 327- 5186 for the hearing impaired at least forty-eight (48) hours Drior to the meeting. All bidders will be subiect to the City's Contract Compliance Program of the Consolidated ntu nl InHlinannlic xn.U.. rion County regarding the NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the City of IndianapolWMarlon County in Suite 1522 City-County Building, up to 9:30 a.m. tsr, on or oetore June 9, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only- be accepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened pubiicty imme- ateiy thereafter tor:- CP40255 - Demolition of (4) Structures, including -fencing, In the Northwest RedevelopmentCanal Development Proiect Area for tn. Deoart ment of Metropolitan, Development, -v The Estimated Cosj ot construction Range is $75,000.00 to $500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, plansspecifications irom the Office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Build ing, at siu.uu per $ei (nonrefundable). Make check pay able to the City of Indianapolis. Lompany cnecu or money order, no cash accepted. ' All bids must be pertontract documents and accomoanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A M0 PerformancePayment Bond will also be required of successful bidder. The city reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. 1 ANDKbA KNOX UKtUU . Purchasing Division (317 ) 327-4900 -, -(S-5-23, 30)V NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received bv Purchasing Division for the City of IndianapolisMarion County in Suite 1522 City-County Building, up" to 9:30 a.m. EST, on or befone June 9, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be accepted in Suite 260; with all bids being opened publicly immediately thereafter for: - CP40252 - Widening, Resurfacing and Resignalization of the Intersection at 38!h Street and Meadows Drive, Proiect DMD-ST-18-049 tor the Department pf Metropolitan Development. The Estimated Cost bf Construction Range is $75,000 00 to 5500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, Dlanssoecifications from the Office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Build ing, at $50.00 per set (nonrefundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis. Company check or money order, no cash accepted. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A 109 Performance-Payment Bond will also be required of successful bidder. The city reserves tne right to reject any or all bids. , ANDKbA SNUA UKbU'U Purchasing Division.. (317) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30) -, NOTICE TO BIDDERS -Sealed Bids will be received by Purchasing Division for the City of IndianapoiisMarion County in Suite 1522 City-County Building, Up to 9:30 a.m. EST, on or before June 9, 1994. Between 9:31-10:00 a.m. sealed bids will only be accepted In Suite 260; with all bids being opened publicly immediately thereafter for: EQ40476 - Intersection Improvements at High School Road and Morris Street, proiect CAM-ST-30-038 tor the Department of Capital Asset Management. The Estimated Cost of Construction Range Is $75,000.00 to $500,000.00. Bidders must obtain required bidding documents, plansspecifications- from the office of Purchasing Division, Suite 1522, City-County Building, at $52.50 per set (nonrefundable). Make check payable to the City of Indianapolis. Company check or money order, no cash accepted. All bids must be per contract documents and accompanied by a 5 Bid Bond. A 100 PerformancePayment Bond will also be required of successful bidder. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ANDREA KNOX GREGG Purchasing Division (317 ) 327-4900 (S-5-23, 30) test drive : our Sunday: auto section; It's a good place to otter your-vehicle for sale. STAR and NEWS CLASSIFIEDS CALL 633-121?

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