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BASEBALL Page 4F Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore., Qlonday, July 24, 1989 Expos slympin For Montreal catcher Mike Fitzgerald, Sunday's home-run explosion in a 12-4 rout of slump-ridden Cincinnati didn't come as much of a surprise. "We have a lot of guys on this club who are underachieves in home runs," Fitzgerald said after hitting two of the Expos' five homers and driving in a career-high five runs. "We know that we have the power. "I'm not trying to hit home runs," Fitzgerald said. "I'm just trying to swing well. Usually, I pop up when I try to homer. I'm trying to make good contact out there." The Reds, mired in their worst slump in three years, lost their eighth straight game. Backed by a 16-hit assault on four Cincinnati pitchers, Dennis Martinez (11-1) won his 10th straight decision. The losing streak is the longest by Cincinnati since April 25-May 6, 1986, when the Reds dropped nine straight. The four-game sweep by Montreal left Cincinnati with 12 losses in its past 13 games. Tim Wallach, Hubie Brooks and Andres Gallaraga also homered for Montreal. At Chicago 9, San Francisco 5 The cooled-off Giants lost for the third time in four games as Mark Grace and Andre Dawson each drove in three runs for the Cubs. The Giants, who lead Houston in the National League West by 112 games, entered the four-game series with five straight wins and one loss since the All- A's conquer Orioles 3-2, set sights on the West After sending the leaders of the American League East into a tail-spin, it appears the Oakland Athletics are ready to take on the leaders of the West. The injury problem is a thing of the past as the Athletics, .002 percentage points behind the Califor-. nia Angels, take on their down-state rivals in a three-game series beginning tonight at Oakland, Calif. Slugger Jose Canseco, who said he was fatigued Saturday, hit a two-run home run, and bullpen ace Dennis Eckersley pitched a perfect inning Sunday at Oakland as the Athletics completed the four-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles with a 3-2 victory. Canseco hit 42 home runs, drove in 124 runs and stole 40 bases when he was healthy last season. He has played in nine games this season after missing the first 86 with a broken wrist. He said he is about 60 percent to 70 percent healthy. Cleveland 17, at Kansas City 5 People who weren't on the team before this month are leading the Indians' drive into contention in the East. Newcomers Dion James, Joey Belle and Brad Komminsk combined to drive in 13 runs to lead the rout that brought the Indians within six games of Baltimore. James, acquired from Atlanta July 2, was 4 for 5 with a home run and five RBI. Belle, brought up from Class AA on July 15, was 2 for 3 and drove in four. Komminsk came up from Class AAA and first appeared July 1. 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At Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 The Astros scored all their runs in the first inning, and Billy Hatcher made a controversial game-ending catch to preserve the victory and complete a four-game sweep. The Astros were clinging to a one-run lead with two outs and two on when Lenny Dykstra hit a fly ball to left field. Hatcher dove, rolled over and came up holding the ball. Rookie umpire Charlie Rehliford ruled that Hatcher caught the ball, ending the game and giving the Astros their eighth series sweep of the season. At New York 7, Atlanta 2 Scoring six runs in the first inning, the Mats won their sixth straight game, and David Cone remained unbeaten in his past 10 starts. Mookie Wilson had two hits in the first as the Mats batted around against Sergio Valdez, making his first start since Oct. 3, 1986. Kevin McReynolds and Mackey Sasser had two-run doubles. St. Louis 3, at San Diego 2 The Cardinals swept a four-game series on the road for the first time in nearly seven years, beating the Padres behind the hitting of Willie McGee and Milt Thompson. Jose Oquendo, who struck out twice against Bruce Hurst (8-8) doubled in the fifth inning to extend his major league-leading hitting streak to 21 games. Los Angeles 4-1, at Pittsburgh 3-2 Jay Bell, batting .040, began the 10th inning with a double and scored one out later on a single by R.J. Reynolds as the Pirates managed a split of their double-header. From AP wires American League 5, with a homer and four RBI. At Boston 6, Chicago 2 The streak has come to an end for the White .Sox, but the optimism is back. Fire-balling Roger Clemens (11-7) checked the hot-hitting White Sox to stop their winning streak at eight. The White Sox had not lost since before the All-Star game until Clemens stifled them for seven innings. At Milwaukee 4, Minnesota 1 Frank Viola had his homer ball working, and the Brewers hammered him into submission. Stayton native Greg Brock and Glenn Braggs hit consecutive home runs in the fourth inning to hand Viola his 11th defeat. Rob Deer hit his 24th, and Robin Yount also homered. In his previous 96 innings, Viola had given up three home runs. At Seattle 5, Toronto 2 Trying to beat Randy Johnson (4-2) and continue their surge into contention in the East proved too tall an order for the Blue Jays. Johnson, a 6-foot-10 left-hander struck out a career high 12 and pitched a five-hitter. At Texas 5, New York 4 The Rangers, held to one hit for eight innings, rallied for four runs in the bottom of the ninth and then scored the winner in the 10th on right fielder Jesse Bar-field's throwing error. At California 5, Detroit 4 Wally Joyner was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, capping a two-run rally, and the Angels again came back to hand the Tigers their 15th loss in 17 games. From APGNS wires C ,uuM'',''"'Tr'T Salem shortstop Jose Perez Sunday to complete one of Dodgers Manager expects mistakes to occur , By Capi Lynn The Statesman Journal Manager Tom Beyers said the Salem Dodgers have started to gel as a club, having won 11 of their past 16 games. "But no matter how hard we try along the way, we're going to have those games where we make mistakes because of inexperience," he said. "But we have done a better job stringing pitching and defense together and getting timely hitting." The Dodgers did not do much of that Sunday in a 6-0 loss to the Boise Hawks. Salem had three errors and was outhit 14-4. Despite having the Northwest League's best record, the Dodgers (21-15) have given up the second-most walks (181) and committed the most errors (85) in the league. "Those are scary stats," Beyers said. "I'm happy with the way we've been playing, but PUBLIC CITY OF SALEM, OREGON HOUSING AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID FENCING Housing Authority Project at VARIOUS SITES The City of Salem will receive sealed bids at the office of the City Recorder, Room 205, City Hall, Salem, Oregon 97301, until, but not after 11:00 a.m., August 9, 1989, at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read in the City Council Chambers, Room 240, City Hall, for the project specified herein. Prime contractors interested in bidding on this project may receive one copy of the specifications and other bid documents at the office of the Purchasing Supervisor, 555 Liberty St. S. E., Salem, Oregon 97301. Bids must submitted on the proposal forms furnished to bidders. Proposals shall be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked "BID ON FENCINGHOUSING AUTHORITY PROJECT-BID NO. 3587", and show the name and business address of the bidder. Any objections to or comments upon the bid specifications must be submitted in writing to the Office of the Purchasing Supervisor, 555 Liberty St. S.E., Salem, OR 97301. They must be received no later than five (5) working days before the bid closing date. A Surety bond, cashier's check, or certified check of the bidder in the amount of ten percent (10) of the bid must be attached to each proposal as bid security. Unsuccessful bidders will have their security refund contract Inquiries The ot the vices bility and a vices will ed to them when the contract has been awarded. No bids, exceeding $2,000, will be received or considered by the City of Salem or any of its officers unless the bid contains a statement by the bidder (by signing his proposal) that the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act, 40 USCA 276a(a) shall be included in his contract. Every contractor or subcontractor is required to post the applicable prevailing wage rates in a conspicuous and accessible place in or about the work-site for the duration of the job. Contractors and subcontractors who intentionally fail to post the PWR can be made ineligible to receive any public works contract for up to three years. The Salem Housing Authority reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to tives and ment and The from the 315, 555 days 8:00 a.m. 97301. received livery to than the waive formalities and of postponing the award of the contract for thirty (30) days. Prices quoted shall be firm for a period of 30 days after the closing date. RECIPROCAL PREFERENCE LAW: In compliance with ORS 279.029, bidders must state on their proposal whether they are a fice of ceived f 7 AV r I I . V 1 throws to first three double the Dodgers' the league in find their Dodgers notes we do have a lot of room for improvement. "What's good about this club is that it realizes what its weak , points are and knows what it has to work on." Beyers said the club is going to come out early today before game three against Boise for extra defensive work. "We're making a lot of mistakes defensively, so we're going to go over some basic fundamentals," he said. Outfielder Brock McMurray, Salem's clean-up batter who is hitting .331, is out with a sofe left shoulder. He injured the shoulder June 19 at Spokane when he ran into the outfield fence while trying to make a catch. McMurray was pulled out of Saturday's game against Boise because of increased soreness in the shoulder and did not play Sunday. Trainer Anthony Garcia said 1 NOTICES resident or non-resident bidder. Proposals that fail to provide this information will be consid (5) calendar days before the RFP closing date. Any necessary addenda will be provided to those of record holding documents for this RFP. Evidence of workers compensation, general liability to include Errors and Omissions coverage, and automobile insurance coverage will be required of the firm awarded the contract for this project. ered non-responsive. The attention of bidders is directed to the provisions of Chapter 97, Salem Revised Code, concerning unlawful employment practices. Violation of such provisions shall be grounds for immediate termination of this without recourse by the contractor. NOTE: This project is federally funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development and all requirements of that agency pertaining to bidding and contract performance shall be strictly adhered to. Proposals received will be held confidential until recommendation for aw; .tl has been approved by the user Department Head or City Manager, depending on level of cost, thereafter all proposals will be available for public inspection at the office of the Purchasing Supervisor unless specifi concerning the contents of the bid specifications should be directed to Mr. Tom Anderson, Salem Housing Authority, at 588-6456. cally requested to be kept confidential (names of firms and total cost figures may not be held confidential.) An original and four (4) copies of the proposal shall be submitted in a sealed envelope titled "HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FEASIBILITY CONSULTATION - RFP 1122." The Housing Authority of the City of Salem is not liable for any costs incurred by respondents to this RFP prior to execution of a contract and will not pay for information solicited or obtained through this RFP process. The Housing Authority Board will be the sole judge in determining award of the contract and reserves the right to reject all proposals. Ail proposals shall bear the signature of the proposer. Questions regarding the proposal should be directed to: Mr. Jerry Croft, Project Coordinator Housing Authority of the City of Salem 360 Church St. S.E. Salem, Oregon 97301 (503) 588-6455 Robin J. Kirkpatrick, Purchasing Supervisor RFP No. 1122 Closing Date: August 9, 1989 Time: 11:00 a.m. SJ July 22. 23. 24. 1989 Robin J. Kirkpatrick, Purchasing Supervisor BID NO. 3587 CLOSING: August 9, 1989 11:00 a.m. S.I Julv 22,23,24, 199 CITY OF SALEM, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES PURCHASING DIVISION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - RFP 1122 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FEASIBILITY CONSULTATION Housing Authority City ot Salem is seek ing proposals from qualified individuals and firms for providing consultation ser evaluating the feasi of developing housing daycare facility for low-income households in Salem. The requested ser entail evaluation and recommendation of al ternative sites, housing configurations, financing, rent, structure, ownership and management alterna costs of develop operations. request for proposal documents are available office of the City of Salem Purchasing Supervisor, City Hall, room PUBLIC NOTICE The Buena Crest School Board is seeking qualified janitorial services, for Buena Crest School, located at 8485 River Rd. N.E. Salem, OR. 97303. Informa Liberty St. S.E Salem, Oregon 97301, telephone (503) 588-6136 week between the hours of and 5:00 p.m. Proposals will be received until 11:00 a.m. (local time), August 9, 1989 at the City Recorder's Office, Room 205, City Hall 555 Liberty St. S.E., Salem, Oregon tion may be obtained by calling Cecilia Boline at 393-0321 or 393-6132, for bid information. Bids wi close on July 27th, 1989, by 5:00 P.M. Only sealed bids Proposals that are accepted. after the clos School Board of Buena ing time, for any reason will not be accepted. De Crest School District 134 By: Cecilia Boline Deputy-Clerk an office other office identified SJ Julv 19. 24. 1989 above is not acceptable. Any objection to or comments upon the RFP specifications must be submitted in writing to the Of LEGAL NOTICE Cascade School' District UH No. 5 Cascade School District UH5, Marion County, Turner, Oregon is accepting bids for the sale of one of our vehicles. The vehicle specifications are as fol the Purchasing Supervisor, 555 Liberty St. S.E., Salem, Oregon 97301. Comments must be re no later than five ' Mike WilhelmStatesman Journal plays in the game. Salem leads double plays. groove McMurray was to see a doctor today for X-rays. "Until I get something significant on X-rays, I really can't say what it is," Garcia said. Pitcher Bill Miller (1-0) also will see a doctor today for a sore back that he injured in extended spring training. "It's been bothering me the whole time, but it has been worse the last few times I've thrown," he said. McMurray and outfielder Don Carroll each have one of the league's three five-hit games. McMurray was 5 for 5 against Eugene on June 17, and Carroll was 5 for 5 against Southern Oregon on July 15. The other five-hit game was against Salem by Boise's Tom Mattia, who recently was suspended by the Hawks. The Salem Dodger Booster Club is planning a bus trip to Eugene on Aug. 5 for the game against the Emeralds. Tickets are on sale through Wednesday before the Dodgers' games at a table outside the ballpark at Chemeketa Field. lows: One (1) 1981 twelve (12) passenger 34 ton Chevrolet Van 350 - V8 engine, 350 automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and 16.5 radial tires. This vehicle has been converted to propane and has 1 18,000 original miles. Salem-Keizer Public Schools, Bid Number 3215. The work consists of furnishing all labor and material necessary to insulate all pipes used to supplyreturn hot water or steam fromto the boiler. A pre-bid conference will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1, 1989 at Mor-ningside Elementary School, 3513 12th S.E., Salem, Oregon 97302. Specifications may be obtained from and bids filed with the District Purchasing Department at 3630 State Street, Salem, Oregon 97301. Contract documents may be examined at the School District Purchasing Department; Salem Contractor's Exchange, Salem; Builders Exchanges in Portland and Eugene; and Construction Data and News, Portland. Bids will publicly opened in the Purchasing Department immediately after the filing deadline. The district reserves the right to reject any bid not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements, and may reject for good cause any or all bids upon a finding of the District it is in the public interest to do so. A minimum bid of $3,500.00 will be required and Cascade School District UH5 reserves the right to accept the bid that is in the best interest of the school district. No bids will be accepted after 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 9, 1989. All interested persoH(s) may inspect this vehicle by contacting Tom Lovell, Transportation Supervisor at 10226 Marion Rd. S.E., Turner, Oregon 97392. Phone: (503) 743-2137 ext. 49. Bids will be opened publicly on Wednesday, August 9, 1989 at 4:00 p.m. in the school district office. Il Alan K. Wells Superintendent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF MARION CASE NO. 89C-40534 In the matter of the Estate of HELEN FRANCES No bid will be considered by unless the bid statement as to WERBOWSKI, deceased, NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the personal representative of the estate. All persons having claims against the estate are hereby required to present Jheir claims, with proper vouchers, within four r.enths after the .date of first publication of this notice, as stated below, to the personal representative co Stephen Eichelberger, Attorney at Law, 885 Lancaster Dr. SE, Salem, OR 97301, (503) 585-5000, or the claims may be barred. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings in this estate may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the personal representative , or the attorney for the personal representative. Dated and first published July 24, 1989. sCindy Lu Werbowski Personal Representative for the Estate of Helen F. Werbowski 4975 Coloma Dr. SE Salem, OR 97302 (503) 364-9802 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE S.1 Julv 24.31. Aug.. 7. 1989 bidder is a resident as defined in ORS No bid will be received or considered by the District unless the bid contains a statement by the bidder as part of its bid that visions of ORS (Prevailing Wage) complied with. A bid bond or check executed Salem School for not less than 10 percent of the total amount of the basic bid and additive Al ternates will be required. Donna L. Stocker Buyer SJ Julv NOTICE OF DEFAULT ELECTION TO AND NOTICE GRANTOR: STEWART and E. ADAMSON, dba Northwood Homes ORIGINAL TRUSTEE: KENNETH SHERMAN ORIGINAL BENEFICIARY: CAN FEDERAL INGS AND LOAN AS SOCIATION DEED OF TRUST: As follows, including ording in the Marion Coun ty Oregon Official RecordB. Date of Trust 11, 1979; Date April 12, 1979; Numbers: Reel 1130. Salem-Keizer School District LEGAL PUBLICATION Bids will be received until Monday, August 7, 1989, 2:00 p.m. for FURNISHING AND INSTALLING PIPE INSU-LATION AT MOR-NINGSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, for the DESCRIPTION PROPERTY County, Oregon the Deed of Trust: Lot 10, Block crest Subdivision, County, Oregon. PROPERTY AD DRESS: 5215 Court, S.E., gon 97306 Hall inducts broadcaster The Associated Press COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -Holy Cow! Harry Caray is in the Hall Of Fame. Caray, who has been broacast-ing baseball games for 45 years, was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday when he was given the Ford C. Frick Award. "As I reflect on 45 years, I think I represent the fans," Caray said. "In my mind, they are the upcoming heroes." For 25 years, Caray broadcast St. Louis Cardinals' games, and his voice boomed throughout America over KMOX Radio. If your team was playing the team Caray was broadcasting for, his style might have seemed less than objective at times, but it was always exciting and entertaining. More than anything, Caray in an entertainer and a true baseball character. He has broadcast games from the bleachers at Wrigley Field and leads the crowd in singing Take Me Out To The Ball Game during the seventh-inning stretch. QCutOut&O O Fly Away! Q D D D D D D D The chores and housework will wait. Let's call Casino Express and fly on their 737 jet to the Red Lion Casino in Nevada. D D D D D D D $ 32! round trip per From person Departs 81089 800-258-8800 "Some restrictions apply. Must show $350 before boarding aircraft. Departures subject to cancellation without notice. Some qualifications apply, ask the Casino Express operator for full details. Casino Express DEFAULT FOR WHICH THE FORECLOSURE is made; Failure to Pay: 1. $2,749.11 to Benefi ciary as monthly install ments of principal and in terest and reserves through May 15, 1989. 2. $117.84 to Beneficiary as late charges on delinquent monthly installments of principal and interest. 3. $3,075.44 to Marion County, Oregon as unpaid taxes assessed on real property, plus statutory interest. SUM OWING ON THE OBLIGATION secured by the Deed of Trust: 39,534.01 as principal balance. 12.0 per annum interest from October 15, 1988 until paid. $117.84 as late charges. ELECTION TO SELL: The Successor Trustee elects to sell the real property to satisfy the sum owing on the obligation, which the Beneficiary has declared due. . THE SALE: DATE: Wednesday, November 1, 1989; TIME: 11:15 o'clock a.m., standard ot time as established by ORS 187.110; PLACE: The West Front Steps, Marion County Courthouse, 148 High Street NE, Salem, Oregon. The successor Trustee will sell the real property at received or oral public auction to the the District contains a whether the highest bidder for cash or cashier's check drawn on a bank or savings and loan with an Oregon branch, paid on the day of sale, the interest which the Grantor had or had power to convey at the time of execution of the deed of trust, together with any interest of the Grantor or successors in interest acquired after execution of the deed of trust, to satisfy the sum owing on the obligation plus the expenses of sale and trustee and attorney fees. REINSTATEMENT: Any person named in ORS 86.753 has the right to have the foreclosure proceedings dismissed and the deed of trust reinstated by payment of the entire amount due, other than such portion of the principal as would not then be due had no default occurred, and together with the costs and expenses actually incurred in enforcing the terms of the obligation, the trustee and attorney fees as prescribed by ORS 86.753, at any time prior to five days before the date set for the sale. DATE: June 5, 1989. Harold D. Gillis Successor Trustee 976 Ouk Street, Suite 920 Eugene, Oregon 97401 (503)485-4211 STATE OF OREGON County of Lane On this 9th day of June, 1989, personally appeared before me the above-named Harold D. Gillis and acknowledged the foregoing instrument to be his voluntary act and deed. Before me: Dorothy C. Chase Notary Public for Oregon My commission expires: 8692 SJ July 17, 24, 31, ' and Ammat 7. 1989 bidder, 279.029. the pro 279.350 are to be certified in favor of District 24J 24. 1989 SELL OF SALE JACK R. ARLIN AMERI SAV its rec Deed: April Recorded: Recording 163, Page OF REAL in Marion covered by 1, Field Marion Edgecrest Salem, Ore

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