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The Df.s Moinrs Rroistfr Friday, May 8, 19i2 3S "Wendell, Dickson Hurt Joya Cubs' pitchers hit 'byiinjuries f i ei-; i By RANDY PETERSON KKtiisTKK Staff Wkitkh s i lowai Cubs colorful pitcher Turk jWendt'll won't be jumping the foul Jine, waving to his center fielder or brushing his teeth in the dugout for a while. Wendell has a stress fracture in his right elbow and will be out of competition for at least six weeks. He had a 2-0 record and was second in the American Associ- Wendell In cast $$h wjth a 1.44 earned-run average. He reported soreness after pitching Saturday night against Den-jVer, and was examined by Chicago Cubs doctors Wednesday. I ' -file's in a cast," Iowa Manager ,prad Mills said. "It doesn't look good a-ight now." i Another pitcher likely to be out a ewhile is" Lance Dickson, who report- Vd soreness in his arm Wednesday at -Oklahoma City for the first time isjnce spring training. Dickson, who missed much of last season with a taMwgfoot, gave up five runs and ixjit5in 2Va innings Wednesday. Jki walked two and struck out two. p" ''t looks like he'll be out an extended period of time," Mills said, 'lie feft something pop after throw-frig a change-up. He went on to throw five more pitches, then I could see that his right arm was just sort of hanging. I got him out of there." jpTiie injuries leave Mills with only nine healthy pitchers, not exactly good news when the next homestand included three doubleheaders. The homestand begins Wednesday. 3 1 "I don't know what we're going to do,. Mills said. Hopefully, we 11 have ajew more pitchers when we gethome. I-Cubs' manager, pitcher ejected; 89ers win, 15-6 Oklahoma City, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma City pounded the Iowa Cubs, 15-6, Thursday night in an American Association game in which Iowa Manager Brad Mills and Iowa bitcher Julio Strauss were ejected. The '.ejections occurred in the - fourth inning after Steve Balboni hit his league-leading ninth home run, a three-run shot. After former Iowa Cub Russ McGinnis batted, the next batter was Dan Peltier, who had been hit by pitches in his previous two at-bats. Strauss threw a pitch behind Peltier, and was ejected. Mills, then protested Strauss' ejec-tjiotatuf he was thrown out. i Barbflhi had four runs-batted-in as pklahojna City posted its sixth consecutive victory. That is its longest winning streak since 1988, when the 89ersiwon eight games in a row. Iowa lost for its seventh consecutive game. The Cubs are 2-1 1 in their last 13 games. j The 89ers took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on run-scoring doubles by Balboni and McGinnis, and an eVror. After Jorge Pedre hit a solo homer in the second mnmg, Oklahoma City scored eight times in the bottom of theinnijTg. Keith Miller and Bill Has- elman jrad run-scoring doubles in the inning::? ! The loss went to Iowa starting pitcher .John Salles, who allowed nine earned runs in lVs innings. He gave up six hits and issued five walks.' - ! Steve1 Fireovid pitched six innings for ttie. victory. Lance McCullers pitched the final three innings for his first save. IOWA .. -, , ab r h M OKLA. CITY ab r h bt Ramseyct " 5 10 0 Frye2b 3 3 2 1 Anas 2b -' ' 5 2 2 0 Miller ss 4 2 2 3 Wilkmsc 5 12 1 Maurerlb 6 0 10 Scott 3b 4 10 0 Balboni dh 6 3 3 4 Robersonrl 5 0 3 4 McGinnis 3b 4 111 Pedrsdh 5 111 Peltier rf 2 10 0 Bryant 4 0 2 0 Hasetmanlf 4 112 Paulino lb 4 0 1 0 Jackson cf 3 2 10 Duffy ss 4 0 10 Scruggs cl 10 0 0 Rav.sc 3 2 11 Total. 41 (12 Total! 36151212 Iowa 013 000 002 6 Oklahoma City 380 400 OOi 15 a fr Paulino. Roherson 2 fry. Miller OP Iowa. LPB-lowa. Oklahoma City 10 2B Balboni. Mtjinms. JW 2. Haselman. Dams. Roberson. SB- Bryant MR Pedre (1) Balboni () SB rryeoi. ER BB 5 1 2 0 2 BB 1 Salle 1.14. Strauss Gardner ' . Slocumb . Chance Oklahoma City FrreovidW 2 1 McCutktriSM li 2 2' 1 IP 9 4 0 0 0 ER 6 3 4 0 0 WP-StrausS. Gardner. McCullers. HBP Frye. Peltier b Salles: Peltier by Strauss A 2.711 T 2 53 EASTERN DIVISION W. L Pet 6.B. BuHaka (Pirates) 11 10 524 indianapolis (Epos) 11 H 500 N.lk-iRectsl 12 13 480 1 UwisnUc (Cardinals) B 13 381 3 WESTERN DIVISION W. L Pet G.B. Oetw (Brewers) 15 1 J 577 QHanooTa Crt yTRangyrs ) 1 4 11 QmaKaTPoyals) LLlii4! ! towa'CubsJ 10 1 l? THUHSPArSCaitt , J-ifl! S I i 1 n) fjlO'i la ry 1 5 Iowa 6 Omafta 4 Oemer 2 TOOArSCAMfS 90 - ijCan at toww "21 5 95 - Nasi at wrtianaotw 7 (15 - lowa (Mamock 311 OUmma Cty (Orws ?-0 -7 3 Owiafta at Denner National iK-'-fV. OKA. v V- .. v J Pittsburgh's Tom Barrasso and along with Mike Gartner of the the Patrick Division final Thursday night. New York won, 6-5. Bruins pad lead Vladimir Ru-zicka scored on a rink-length dash with about 5 seconds left in the first period, and Boston went on to a 3-2 victory over Montreal in a game at Boston to take a 3-0 lead in their Adams Division final. The Bruins can complete a sweep with a victory at Boston Garden on Saturday night. Rangers win again The New York Rangers took Mario Lemieux out of the playoffs, and they're now threatening to do the same to Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh. Kris King put in a rebound of Paul Broten's long slap shot just VA minutes into overtime as the Rangers withstood 50 Pittsburgh shots to beat the Penguins, 6-5, Thursday in game three of the Patrick Division finals. King got the game-winner for the second consecutive game as the Rangers won their second in a row without team leader Mark Messier, who was again out with back spasms. The Rangers took a 2-1 series lead with game four set Saturday in Pittsburgh. The Rangers blew leads of 2-0, 3-1 and 4-2 as Pittsburgh peppered goal-tender Mike Richter with 50 shots, despite playing without NHL scoring leader Lemieux, who is out indefinitely with a broken left hand suffered when he was slashed by Adam Graves in game two. Hearing for Graves Adam Graves of the New York Rangers will learn after a hearing today if disciplinary action is warranted for an incident Tuesday in which Pittsburgh's Mario Lemieux received a Auto Racing Bloomfield roaring again After 17 years without a sound, Bloom-field Speedway will roar again tonight. The resurrection of the 3s-mile dirt track wouldn't have happened without the labor of the locals, including seven men who set out years ago to restore the track. "I worked with them trying to or ganize it and basically talk them out of it," said Johnny Johnson of Burlington. "I could tell they couldn't be talked out of it, so I ended up being the promoter." The group, which christened itself the Bloomfield Racing Association when it began seven years ago with 25 members, eventually came down to Gary Dunlavy, Gary Flatery, Doug Hopkins, Dan Hutchings, Bob Mishler, Steve Park and Greg Whitacre. The group installed 1,000 additional seats, a fence, a concrete retaining wall and banked turns. "I can't believe how strong the response has been, both in Bloomfield and in the little towns around there," Johnson said. "I'm anxious to see the turnout to see if everyone's just talking or not. "We have a lot of enthusiasm in the area, a lot of people building cars. Everybody's excited, but you never know until you open the gates." Hot laps begin tonight at 7:30. Golf Right Start Mike Standly, in the first threesome of the tournament, shot a 5-under-par 67 that stood up throughout a cold, rainy day Thursday for a one-shot lead in the first round of the Atlanta Classic. Five players, including amateur David Duval, were tied for second. Also at 68 were defending champion Corey Pavin, Don Pooley, Jim Mc-Govern and Marco Dawson. Not interested Despite urging from LPGA Commissioner Charles Mechem, six of the top spven money winners on the LPGA tour are not entered in the Crestar-Farm Fresh Classic that starts today in Chesapeake, Va. Those six aren t the only ones w ho are skipping the tournament. Only 130 golfers have entered, leaving 14 spaces unfilled. Sports Hockey League A.SSOCIATKnl'RK.SS Gordie Roberts tumble to the ice New York Rangers in game three of STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS BEST-OF-SEVEN DIVISION FINALS THURSDAY'S GAMES Boston 3. Montreal 2 (Boston leads, 3-0) N Y. Rangers 6. Pittsburgh 5 (N Y. Rangers lead, 2-1) TODAY'S GAMES 7:30 Detroit at Chicago (Chicago leads, 3-0) 8:30 Vancouver at Edmonton (Edmonton leads, 2-1) SATURDAY'S GAMES 6:30 Montreal at Boston 6:30 N Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh SCORING SUMMARIES in Sports Roundup broken hand after being slashed by Graves. Brian O'Neill, league executive vice president, will conduct the hearing at Pittsburgh. O'Neill said he viewed tapes and referee's reports of the incident. Facing elimination In tonight's fourth game of the Norris Division final, Detroit must win to avoid an end to its best season in 40 years. The Red Wings fought back twice from two-goal deficits to tie the score Wednesday but lost, 5-4. "If we'd played with that kind of emotion all series, I don't think we'd be down 3-0," Red Wings Coach Bryan Murray said. Only two teams have come back from 3-0 series deficits. Confused Canucks Vancouver defenseman Robert Dirk can't fig ure why the Canucks trail Edmonton in their Stanley Cup playoff series. everybody s been saying we played great and the Oilers didn't and we re a much better hockey club," Dirk said. "But those aren't the facts." Iowa Scene Woody, Mullenix to UNI Joey Woody of Iowa City High and Matt Mullenix of Woodbine have signed track and field letters of intent with Northern Iowa. Woody set an all-time record of 51.71 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles at the John Ask Relays in Cedar Rapids. He also earned the outstanding high school athlete award at the Drake Relays after setting a meet record of 52.45 in the 400 hurdles. He ran a leg of Iowa City High's winning 4 x 400 relay team and was second in the 1 10 hurdles and high jump. Mullenix was third at Drake and fifth at last year's state meet in the 1,600. Monmouth favored Monmouth is favored to win the Midwest Conference men's track title for the third consecutive time. The meet, at Ap-pleton, Wis., opens today and ends Saturday. Chri9 Garman of Grinnell is the defending champion in the 1,500 meters. Teammate Lee Krae- mer is the defending champion in the pole vault. UNI's Chukukere gets award Junior Chukukere of Northern Iowa has been named the Missouri Valley Conference athlete of the week. Chukukere set a school record with a triple jump of 51 feet 6Vi inches at The Veishea Meet in Ames on May 1. Kirby in road race U.S. Olympic bobsledder Karlos Kirby will be among an expected 1,300 participants in WHAMM 12 the 12th Windsor Heights Annual Mini-Marathon on Sunday. Kirby will run in the 5-kilometer road race and preside over the awards ceremony. Other events are a 10-kilometer road race, 5-kilometer walk, and a junior jog for children 8 and under. Races begin at 8 a.m. at 70th and University. For information, call 1 -800-362-1 643 or (5 1 5) 224-0800. Softball honors Three Softball players from Graceland were named to the Heart of America all-conference team. Elizabeth Beckman, an infielder from Des Moines, Jodi Glynn, a designated hitter from Creston and Collette Wilbur, an outfielder from Macedonia, were honored. Last:quarter Surge Trail Blazers defeat Suns for 2-0 edge ,ssH:i,Tf iil'Htss Portland, Ore. Clyde Drexler and 1 erry Porter scored 27 points apiece Thursday night, and Portland pulled away in the final quarter to beat Phoenix, 126-119, and take a 2-0 lead in their National Basketball Association playoff series. Drexler also had 13 assists and eight rebounds. Porter, who had 31 points in Portland's 113-111 triumph in the series opener, scored 1 2 points in the fourth quarter. The Trail Blazers, who led by 19 points after one quarter, withstood a third-quarter scoring outburst by Kevin Johnson. Johnson, who had only two points in the first half, scored 18 straight Phoenix points in one stretch and had 22 in the quarter. He finished with 35 points, including 16 of 16 free throws, all in the second half. Portland took the lead for gtxxi in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter when Johnson was on the bench for a rest. Jerome Kersey, who scored 25 points, and Porter each had five as the Blazers outscored the Suns, 10-4, to start the period, breaking an 88-88 tie. Cedric Ceballos finished with 20 points and Dan Majerle 19 for the Suns, who return home for the third game of the best-of-seven series Saturday. Jeff Hornacek, who had just 14 points in the opener, scored six on 3-for-10 shooting Thursday, but he did grab 1 1 rebounds. PHOENIX (11) Ceballos 7-13 6-8 20. Perry 1-21-2 3. Lang 1-2 00 2. Johnson 919 16-16 35 Hornaceli 3-10 OO 6 Maiarla 8-181-119. Chambers 5-1 5 00 1 1 . West 3-5 00 6. Burn 3 6 11 7 Nealy 2 5 4-4 10. Totals 42-95 29 32. PORTLAND (126) Kersey 1017 5-8 25. Williams 3-8 6-8 12. Duckworth 7-15 1-2 15. Drexler 9-18 8-12 27. Porter 1018 5-5 27. Robinson 6-1 31 3 13.Ainoe3-5 1-1 7. Whatlev 0-0 0-0 0 Pack Ol 0-0 0. Totals 48-95 27-39 Phoanln .18 33 39 31119 Portland 35 21 32 38126 Three-point Roals Nealv 2. Maierle 2 Johnson Chambers. Porter 2. Drexler Rebounds Phoenix 58 (Hornacek 1 1 ). Portland 57 (Kersey 9). Assists Phoenix 23 (Maierle 6). Portland 30 (Drexler 13). Fouls Phoenix 25. Portland 25. A 12.888. Home sweet for Jazz The Delta Center in Salt Lake City is no Boston Garden when it comes to inspiring fear in the hearts of visiting National Basketball Association teams but it is getting there. Going into the second game of the Western Conference semifinals against Seattle tonight, Utah has a 41-4 record in its home arena, the newest in the league. Our fans have been terrific, Coach Jerry Sloan said. "When we went into the new building this year, people became more excited. The whole thing mushroomed." Winning in its arena has been es pecially important for Utah, which was a lackluster 18-23 on the road during the regular season. The Jazz have yet to win an away game in the playoffs. They relied on the home-court advantage to eliminate the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round. Bulls86, Knicks 78 NEW YORK (78) McDaniel 7-14 1-2 15. Oakley 1-2 1-2 3. Ewing 6-1 1 4-4 16. Jackson 3-4 4-4 10. Wilkms 3-9 2-2 8. Starks 2-8 2-2 6. Mason 4-6 5-813, Anthony 1-80-02. Vandeweghe 1-3 2-2 5. Winchester 0-1 00 O Totals 266 21-26. CHICAGO (86) Pippen 2-12 2-4 6, Grant 5-12 4-6 14, Cartwright 1-2 00 2. Paxson 3-6 4-4 10. Jordan 12-24 3-8 27. Perdue 0-3 0-0 0. Armstrong 7-10 3-4 18. Williams 3-4 2-2 8. Hodges OO OO 0. Levingston 0-1 1-4 l .Totals 33-74 19-32 NewVork 24 13 17 2478 Chicago 27 19 18 2286 Three-point goals Vandeweghe. Armstrong, Fouled out None. Rebounds New York 52 (Ewing 16). Chicago 45 (Grant 11). Assists New York 20 (Wilkms. Anthony 4). Chicago 27 (Paxson 7). Fouls New York 31, Chicago 21. Technicals McDaniel. Grant. Anthony. Pippen. A-18676 1 BEST-OF-SEVEN SECOND ROUND THURSDAY S GAMES Chicago 86, New York 78 (series tied. 1-1) Portland 126, Phoenix 119 (Portland leads, 2-0) TODAY'S GAMES 7:00 Cleveland at Boston (series tied, 1-1) 9:30 Seattle at Utah AK-SAR-BEN is in AWOI Read it backward and Ak-Sar-Ben spells Nebraska. Read it forward and it spells fHi-y-o-f-f-s. Simulcast horse races from Ak-Sar-Ben, Greyhounds from Bluffs Run. Tues. Greyhounds 7: 1 5 p.m. Twos-Day 2-for-1 prices, including admission, program, tip sheets & concessions. Wd. Ak-Sar-Bcn Horses 4 p.m.. Greyhounds 3:15 & 7:15 p.m. Thu. Ak-S.ir-Ben Horses 4 p.m.. Greyhounds 7:15 p.m. Fri. Ak-S.ir-Ben Horses 5 p.m.. Greyhound 7:15 p.m. Sat. Ak-Sar-Ben Horses 1 p.m. Greyhounds 1-30 k 7:15 p.m. Sun. Ak-Sar-Ben Horses 1 p.m. j Greyhounds I JO & 7:15 p.m. j 1-80 Exit 142 Alloona, !A j 515-7-1000 800-325-01S ! OFFICIAL PUBLICATION R40) NOTICE TOBIOOERS RetipbllltQtion of Transit Bute Regional Transit AuthorltyART, Inc. 52 Tenth Ave East Spencer, lowoSlJOl You ere Invited to bid on rehabilitating four 14; transit sryie auses ror ine Negionai i rantii MurnoriTyAH i, inc. nereaner k i uthor tvART. nc hereafter rta. RTA w I receive b ds unli Wednesday. June iTAwlllrereiv 1997 at I 00 D to, 199? at 1:00 p.m. ol its offices at ill Te enth Ave. East, Spencer, Iowa. Quotei received otter that time will be considered late and will not be opened anaVor considered for award. At that lime, all quote will be opened pub II quotes wilt be opened publicly d pu rtlei and read aloud. All Interested parties may onena. Award of this proposed contract It tublect to 0 financial assistance contract between RTA and the Iowa Department of Transportation, and must be completed by June 30, 1993. This frocuremenf Is part of a protect for which J1.874 00 in uaata funrtina nos been approved 10 cover rsT or nei proiecr cosis. Successful bidder will be required to comply with applicable UMTA regulations is to it nclude sut not Mm Tilted to: fcUUAL tiv NT JKHUK I U UNITY LAW S AND t GULA- I I JI1 J, Wl J V Vl n lk,t Kltinu,ilTi, r.FO BUSINESS FN. ,ED BUSIN rERPRise (D.B.e 1 1 1 I K F MP Kl T JiByY AMERICA RE-(hARj. VENDOR CERTIFICATION RE Subcontractor WARDING DEBARM noother inejligii NT. SUSPENSION ILITY AND VOLL LUN fAR Y EXCLUSION, AND PRQDU tT LIA- JILlTY ANC WARRANTY SfcK &E VICE CER- FlFICATION. No bidder pre-quallflcatlon Is required. However, RTA will ask for Information to be used to ludge a bidder's capability to complete the contract satisfactorily prior to award or the contract. RTA will be submitting bids for each of the vehicles as well as participating in the oward of bid. RTA reserves the right to relect any and all bids. Kosem. Lee, txecunve uirecror Regional Transit AuthorltWART, Inc. (R469J NOTICE OF JTPA FUNDS FOR OTHER TRAINING ACTIVITIES The State of lowa. Dwarf ment of duration. Is seeking proposals to strengthen and expand partnerships between educational agencies. communiTv-aasea organizations, laoor Man agement Committees, and JTPA adminlsfra rive entities in serving ot-nsK populations, a minimum of $446,093 of JTPA State Education tlve entities In serving Coordination Grant Eight Percent 8) funds is available to fund projects that encourage collaboration in the planning and Implementation of training and services for at-risk populations. kpucationai agencies, community based or-ionizations, and local Job Service offices hav- ng an Interest in implementing a cooperative project serving at-risk populations may re quest a copy or (RFP) for ''Otl Request for Proposal' in r by contacting Myrll Harrison at (515) 281-3590. The Other Training" RFP provides information regarding eligible project activities that mav be pro vided with JTPA 8 funds and provides in structions for a submission of proposals to the Department of Education. The "Other Train na" RFP does not commit the Department of Education to award a contract, to pay costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal, or to procure a contract for services. The Department of Education reserves the rlaht to acceot or relect onv or all orooos- als, to negotiate with all qualified sources or to cancel funding in part or in its entirety. The contracting officers may require the offerors) selected to participate in negotiations or to submit any budget, technical, or other revisions of thei r proposal as deemed necessary. All proposals become the property of the De-partmentof Education. (R007) AMENDMENT OF CURRENT BUDGET NOTICE, RECORD OF HEARING AND CERTIFICATE TO AMEND CURRENTBUDGET section 4. y, coaeor lowa Notlce-The Board of Dl rectors of Ankenv Com munity Schools of Polk County, lowa will meet n the Board Room, Mav 18, 1992, ot 5:45 p.m.. for the purpose of amending the current Ankenv Community School budget adopted March 4. 1991. bv increasing expenditures for the following reasons and in the following funds: General Fund from $18,320,178 to$19,491,043. Reason: Increased enrollment funding and special education deficit Capital Proiects Fund from $0 to $7,500,000. Reason: Spending of Bond Issue proceeds Schoolhouse & Physical Plant Equipment r-una trom t6,4u to svs.uw. Rmsnn- Soendina of existing balances. The increase in expenditures set out above will be met from increased receipts and cash balances not budgeted or considered in the current budget. There will be no Increase In taxes to be paid in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1992. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the proposed amendment at the time and place specified In this notice. A detailed statement of additional receipts other than taxes, cash balances on hand at the close of the preceding fiscal year, and proposed disbursments, both past and anticipated, will be available at the hearing. KirKJ.rMODeriierK, secretary (ROOD NOTICE OF SURPLUS USEDCITY BUSES DES MOINES METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY 1100MTA LANE DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 (14) '85MRT-30 ECR Model, 30ft (4) '74 GMC, T8H5307A Model, 40 ft The surplus used eighteen (18) city buses ill be sold to the highest bidder. These buses can be inspected at the Metro Transit Authori- y, noo M i a iane, ues rwoines, lowa, nnonaav nrough Friday, by appointment. Farms for submission of sealed bids and In formation regarding terms or sate are available at the above location, or may be obtained NO DOWNPAYMENTNO INTEREST NO PAYMENTS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1992! W THE MULCHING ZONE" OPTION TO BAG GRASS ggYt EOR MORE TORQUE AND SHRED LEAVES U V PATENTED TRI-CUT AERODYNAMIC XYV MULCHING BLADE MULCHING DECK Nts. fSSS Sale prices starting at Othrrx te local dostrr efhtm. mciialxiify Smxn& temdm kLbJLP. AMES RAYS MOWER REPAIR RR 4 CARR HARDWARE 615 24TH DES MOINES P & P SMALL ENGINE 2715 East University THRASHERS HARDWARE 3001 E. 14th Street WHEELER'S OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT 6575 N.E. 14th Street GRIMES BOHROFEN IMPLEMENT INDIANOLA PEEK SALES & DES MOINES BRUCE ENGINE 1829 N.W.86th COAST TO COAST 4024 Fleur Drive DES MOINES RENTAL SERVICE 4711 University Avenue MOWER CITY 4133 Merie Hay Road SERVICE Highway 92 W OFFICIAL PUBLICATION s? Carol Pelfre 9m telephone nurnbvr liii) Sealed bids will be received until 10 00 A M on Thursday, May 71 IV9V at the offices ut the Metro oMhwobove address. Bids will be opened and rend In public of 10,00 A M on Friday, Mav?v, 1v2. These buses will be sold and o epfed bv the bidder in "as is" condition, Trte Mutio implies no warranty of any kind In the sale of these used buses. The Metro Transit Authority reserves the (R487 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the lowa De partment or transportation, cm nee of Pur- chasing, 800 Lincoln way, Ames. A ClutlA At. tentipn: Kei Mav)3, 19V2. rmif L. Wilson, until 1.00 P.M.. Propose' Guaranty Required 'Agent Reroof Ing of the Worehouse. Arn4rnmol tfl.flOA 00 MP Concrete Hazardous Vvaste Retention Area NONE ME Eontinuous Computer Paper NONE CM rill Bits Related Items NONE JM Bids will be opened and read publicly in the lowa Department of Transportation Letting Roomafterl:00P.M.Moy13, 1992 Firms submitting bids must oe on fc qua I Op portunity Employer, as denned in tre livii Rights Act of 1964, and In lowa Executive Order Number Thirty Four. Bids shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Department. Awards are regulated by lowa Aaministrativeeoar ioij unuyirr u. rrt,fid Check. Cashier's Check or Con tractor's Bond ( Form 650001 ) f-or more intormation on any ut tnir i jm- modities or proiects can tne uttic ing at (515) 239 1310 and ask to si Purchasing Agent whose inn opove (R32D OFFICIAL PUBLICATION The Cltv of Des Moines will sell at Public Auction beginning at 9.00 A.M., Saturday, May 16, 199? in the Police Garoae. Fast Second and Court Avenue, abandoned, confiscated, and unredeemed item to ae to d as is. wnere is such as: Bicycies, roaios, rape p layers, televisions, video cassette recorders, cameras, jewelry, costume iewelry, motorcycle and car parts (hubcaps, radios, wheels and tires, CB radios, T tops), tools (handand power) , chain saw, fishing equipment, 10 HP Mercury outboard, clothing, fire extinguishers, microwave, golf clubs, compound hunting bow, typewriter and many more miscellaneous items. Purchase of ail items final. All Items sold as is. where is. f-or?netity or ues woincs, lowa Cy Carnev, City Manager Arthur, C. Goodale Purchasing Aaent Published In The Des Moines Register, Fri- oav, wav ft, iyy. (R429) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received bv the Des Moines Area Community College, (DMACC) Ankeny Campus, Purchasing Department, for a computer numerical controlled Coordinate Measuring Machine (complete), for DMACC. Specifications and bid proposal forms may be obtained at the Purchasing Deportment, DMACC, Ankeny, IA., or by coiling (515) 964-6386. All bids shall be due by 1 :00 p.m.. May is, 1992, submitted on forms prepared Dv.rne i-urcnasmg Department, seatea ana piamiy marked. Opening and reading of the bids will be performed by the Purchasing Department of DMACC on the same date such bids are scheduled to be received. Firms submitting bids must be an "Equal Opportunity Employee" as defined in the "Civil Rights Act of 1964" and in "lowa Executive Order Number Fifteen". DMACC reserves the right to reject any or all bids. (R430) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids will be received by the Des Moines Area Community College, (DMACC) Ankeny Campus, Purchasing Department, for IBM compatible computers for the Ankeny Campus, for DMACC. Specifications and bid proposal forms may be obtained at the Purchasing Department, DMACC, Ankeny, IA., or by calling (515 ) 964-6386. All bids shall be due bv 3:00 p.m.. Mav 15, 1992- submitted on forms prepared by the Pur rchasina Department, sealed and plain) V IT marked. Opening and read- ing of the bids will be performed bv the Pur- chasing Department of DMACC on the same aate sucn oios are scneauiea to ae recei vea. Firms submitting bids must be an "Equal Opportunity Employee" as defined in the "Civil Rights Act of 1964" and in "lowo Executive Order Number Fifteen". DMACC reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. ( R474) NOT ICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the State of lowa. Department of General Services for the following: Friday, Mav 22, 1992, 3:00 P.M., Sealed Bid No. 42514Sfora "Roof Replacement" for Department of Public Safety, Des Moines, lowa. For information, contact: Dale Schroeder, Acting Administrator, Department of General Services, Purchasing Division, Hoover State Office Building, Des Moines, lowa 51 5281-3089. Bidders must comply with all affirmative actionequal employment opportunity provi-sions of State and Federal Laws. JUST WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR. Agricultural news in The Des Moines Register. To subscribe, call 284-8311. C ffi LAWYBOY Nt PERRY NAYLOR SERVICE & SALES WEST DES MOINES ANY SEASONS EQUIPMENT 112 9th Street TRUE VALUE HARDWARE 1 00 Grand Avenue WINTERSET BOWMAN GARAGE 821 East Lane lterffcieMSWAiiS!'

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