The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on July 14, 1989 · 29
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CLASS. 1 Senate panel votes against slowing Stealth The Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON Despite growing congressional opposition to the Stealth bomber, the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday rejected a proposal by Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, to save an estimated $1 billion by slowing down production of the expensive aircraft. The committee vote means that the administration's request for $4.8 billion for the bomber in ' fiscal 1990 will be referred to the full Senate without any reduction. The House Armed Services Committee recently voted to slash $800 million from the Stealth program for fiscal 1990. Glenn's proposal would have created a series of "milestones" or specific hurdles over which the Stealth program would be required to pass before receiving additional funds for the next r.C Tucker Company, Inc. Thrcr Condos Downtown $61,9004117,900 Luxury units in Historic Chatham Arch, downtown living at its best! Club facilities, secured parking. 1 & 2 BR units available. 611 N. Park. Model open Sat. 1-4, Sun. 2-5 p.m. or by appointment. Sally Frye 271-1700. Geist 1 1453 LEANDER LANE $122,900 3BR. 2.5Ba. deck, cherry cabsKit, Irplc, boat docks, access to water. Greg 841-8880. West 4120 EAGLE COVE E DR. Better than new! 2B w2ViBA, Lakefront lot. 2 C Gar. Frankie Leonard 776-0200, 984-4838. Homes East 353S N. EATON $49,900 3BR brick ranch. 1V4BA. CA. frpl, 1C-A gar. Full bsmt. Carol Redman 897-3300. 6SS4 E. 191k ST. $38,900 2BR full basement 2C Gar. Must see, LeDora Calvet 897-3300. 1232 CASTLE FARMS RD. $102,000 Meticulously maintained 4BR, Gar, Deck. 7 yrs. old. Why build? Lynn 897-3300. Geist 11951 PROMONTORY CT $387,500 4 BR 2V4ba Sauna inlaw quarters. Assm ARM. Randall bit. Gina Trotter 259-6000. New Condos Geist 11323 SH0REVIEW LANE $289,900 Luxury waterfront condo at Geist. Every amenity! 4-5000 sq. ft. 3 decks overlooking Geist. Boat dock available! Fall Creek to 79th, E. to Sunnyside. left 4 Vi mile to Shorewalk. Gail 841-8880. Homes Carmel 3169,900 13699 SPRINGMILL BLVD. 4BR 2 58A Basement Colonial Classic Pam 844-4646. Death Notices ESTES Amy Folks Estes, 82 years, of College Park, GA, passed sway Wednesday. Mother of Mary Hacker, GA and Barbara Conner, Indpls., sister of Earl Folks, Vivian Noyes, Margie Bloebaum and lona Cribbet, 8 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren. Services Saturday, 11 a.m., at the Resthaven Memorial Park Chapel. Visitation from 10 to II a.m. Saturday at the chapel. Memorials may be made to the Shrine Burns Institute. SCHMIOT-DHONAU FUNERAL HOME serving the family. LEWIS Golda M. Lewis, age 54, R.I, Martinsville (Eminence), beloved wife of Ronald, mother of Randy, R.l, Martinsville, Darell, New Paris, sister of Reta Gill, Phoenix, AZ, Betty Simmons, Leoma Hornback, Marlene Alexander, Leon French, all of R.5, Greencastle, 3 granddaughters. Funeral services Saturday, 10:30 a.m., WHITAKER FUNERAL HOME, Cloverdale. Visitation Friday 2 to 9 p.m. IOWE Vernon R. Lowe, 73, of Indpls., husband of ' Mary "Magie (Shuemaker) Lowe, father of James M., Vernon R. "Skip" and Daniel F. Lowe, 7 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, brother of Col. Ed Lowe (Retired) and MaVorite Keply, passed away Wednesday. Funeral service 9 a m. Saturday, FEENEY-HORNAK KEYSTONE MORTUARY, 71st at Keystone. Friends may call 2 to I p m, Friday. MOORE Jackie Kashmen Moore, beloved mother of Joshua Alan Moore, daughter of William and Carolyn K ashman, sister of Peggy Keshman, Steve, n- y.m Mnii rhri Kaih- man. Services Monday, 9:15 a m., STEVENS (MflrtL ur THE FLOWERS, 5520 W 10th, 10 am., St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 6000 W. 34th. Calling Sunday 2 to 9 p.m. Rosary Sunday 5 pm. Contributions may be made to St. Vincent dePaul Society. QUIATKOWSKI i... e ft.iiatknyicki. 81. passed away Thursday. Mother -i i.,k-. i uuilium I and Elizabeth M. Quiatkowski end oernaoetie . uooenoi i, rt, of Rita Lombardi, halt-sister of Terrv Chatham, grandmother of Sandra E. Quiatkowski Prayers 9 30 am Saturday, USHER FUNERAL HOME, 23 1 W. Wash. St. Funeral Mass 10 . e .....,.., ci Anthony Catholic Church. Calling 3-9 pm Friday. Rosary service pm CUFIIFMRARGFR Mr. Vincent L. Schellenbarger, 11 w.i.... h,.ahn1 At MrS. Mary Catherine Shellenbarger, f.ih.r of Cathl Taylor, Vicki McDonald, Robert Snellen .4 Oalnh trntt. steo father of Paula McConneii, Mary Jo Celt, Cafhy Hunnicutt, John, Joe and Dan Lawson, also survived by 7 grandchil dren, passed away vveanesuay. services Saturday, niiiici c n o n ev FUNER ai untie 'aiH Utwu II tniith. followed by Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 a.m., St. Barnabas Cathollc Church. Calli FN day I to 9 p.m. Interment St Talk To Hnnipc Dflpn iatiiiir1v 1.4. Construction OPEN 1-4 11544 $139,900 $184,900 hottest 2 Funeral Announcements iFlanner Buchanan MORTUARIES BIRD, Mrs. Patricia A. CASNER, Mrs. Virginia M. COATES, Mrs. Leah M. DREYER, Mr. Billy L. LALLAMAN, Mr. Gene LUTZ, Miss Lesley MEYER, Mrs. Marguerite SMERSTIK, Mr. Paul STRICKLAND, Mr. Michael Allen EIGHT LOCATIONS 925-9871 Services BROUSE, Mr. Charles . FERGUSON, Mr. Robert GRAY, Mrs. Pearl GRIDER, Mr. Ramon HAYS, Mrs. Elsie LAMB, Mr. Lex Bell LEWIS, Mr. George PARSLEY, Mr. Max.R. REED, Mrs. Mary STEGEMOLLER, Mr. William Castleton Drexel East Irving Hill 897-9606 The Guardian Plan Provider i HARRY W. fl06 MOORE FuiMral Chapels WITTE, Bertha G. 849-6809 I Death Notices RAMP Virgil J. Ramp, 77, of R.l, Pittsboro, passed away Wednesday. Beloved husband of Kathryn Ramp, brother of Birdean Lancaster, Indpls. and La Veda Branham, Indpls., also survived by several nieces and neohews and 19 oreat-nieces and nephews. Services 1030 e m., Saturday, WEAVER FUNERAL HOME, Danville Friends may call 2 to 9 p m Friday. Mr, Paul A. Smerstlk, father of Patricia Foster, grandfather of 3, brother of Milton Smrstik, Lillian Nels, Anna Peterman, Mary Beranek and Emily Ber-nai Caruli-at Tuesday. 11 a m , at Adolf-Berwyn Funeral Home, Berwyn, il. visitation Sunday 4 to 8 p.m., FLANNER anruium CARMFL MOR TUARY, J3 c carmel muh Illinois. Contributions to the American Hearl Assoc. Brothers stage of its development the first being that it must be able to ny. He estimated that his proposal could have saved the government about $1 billion. It is now anticipated that the government will spend at least $70 billion if the Pentagon succeeds in buying all 132 bombers it seeks. Like many other Stealth opponents, Glenn has argued that the bomber should not be fully funded until it has been proven effective. , Flight tests scheduled "This is the biggest departure in aircraft design, ever," he said. "Why go into it at a cost of $538 million per copy without seeing if it can fly first?" The vote on Glenn's proposal took place in a closed-door session of the Senate committee. It TuCker' Hamilton Co. 119 RUSH CT SUNBLEST $102,900 4BR 2V4ba N of 116th on Wainwright Follow signs Crawford 259-6000, 845-5040. 11606 WAINWRIGHT BLVD $104,900 4BR 2ba in Sunblest N of 116th on Wainwright. Crawford 259-6000, 345-5040. Johnson Co. 3976 W00DM0RE 109,000 New 3BR 2BA ranch 135 to Fairview W to Peterman, N to Woodmore. Call Acker 881-5884. Northeast GLENMORA 5100 E 75TH $300,000 New sub-div in Wash twnshp. 4 Wooded build to suit lots! Tom 849-5050. West 508 S. MANHATTAN $46,900 3BR 1BA rnch 1C gar Lynhurst to Bertha Rt lollow signs. T.J. Treese 271-1700. PARK LAFAYETTE 4 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM $29,900-41.000 3 4 4 BR homes wcarports or garage. Model open Sat. 1-4PM, Tibbs 4 Lawn-view. Bobbie Bose 271-1700. 6711 LIVE OAK 33N67W $89,900 3BR ranch spacious hm, GR, Ig kit & DR. Matt Orth 849-5050. Geist CAPISTRANO CIR. 82N115E Best buy in Windsongl 2 story, 4BR, 2.5Ba. Jeannie 841-hhbu. 10966 ECHO GROVE CIRCLE svnamic 4BR. 2.5Ba. family new sub-div. Echo Pointe. Bob 8880. Hendricks Co. 435 N ORCHARD BLVD $129,900 new spacious 3BR 2Vi BA brk meticulous wood work. Onvl. Cooper 271 1 Death Notices WETZEL George (Julius) R. Wetzel, 82 years ot Louisville, rt, tor-merly of Indpls., beloved husband of Alma Wetzel, father of Robert R. and C. Joseph Wetzel, II grandchildren, 12 greatgrandchildren, brother of Lo-raine Henderson, passed away Thursday. Funeral Saturday, 1 p.m., at the G. H. HERRMANN MADISON AVE. FUNERAL HOME, 5141 Madison Ave., where friends may call Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. 5 In Memoriams COOPER - In loving memory of GRANT W. COOP EK For his birthday, July 14th. Loved and sadly missed. -Wife and Family HUMBLES-ln loving memory of RUSSELL J. HUMBLES Who passed awav July 14, 1986 Three years have passed Since that sad day, When one we loved Was called away. God took him home. It was His will, Within our hearts he liveth still. Sadly missed and loved, Your Loving Children KOERS - In loving memory of ROSEMARY KOERS Who passed away July 13, 1985 For her birthday, July 14th A million times we will miss you, A million times we will cry. If love alone could have saved you... You would have never died; In life we all love you dearly. In death we love you still, In our hearts you hold a place No other one can fill; The golden gates stood open, find uiw vou need rest. God's garden must be beautiful He always picks tne best. Children Cathl, Vern, Greg, Keith, Jessie 4 Kim MALCOMB In memory of my beloved day after day. I find It hard to think You're not here, Although life goes on... Year after year. wire joan SMITH In loving memory of UABU1U I CUITU Who passed awav July 14, 1988 nave lost my sours companion, A lit Iinki1 with mv Awn. And day by day I miss him more, as watR tnrougn lire oione. -Wife Ruth 7 Funeral Directors Doniel F, O'Riley Funeral Home 6107 Hwy 31 South 787-8224 G.H. HERRMANN 5141 MADISON AVE. 787-7211 I5U5 S. EAST ST. 632-8488 Grinsteiner Funeral Home 1601 E. New York St. 632-5374 WILSON ST Pierre chapels 32-9431 Funeral Pre-arrangements I i husband Jay, I ' ''X MALCOMB i I yh pa,,ed Ll r Yj July HV1985 I It's been V : fi'ii long time I since you 1 s"1 "'hi away, 1 i 4, but I think ' about vou came as Northrop Corp., which has been developing the boomerang-shaped Stealth bomber also known as the B-2 is preparing for the craft's maiden flight. A series of flight tests is scheduled over the next six months. Despite the setback, Glenn vowed to revive his proposal to slow down B-2 production when the fiscal 1990 defense authorization bill is considered on the Senate floor later this summer. "We will revisit this issue," he declared. Opponents of Glenn's proposal have argued -that a production slowdown actually would cost more money than it would save. Air Force officials testified before the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday that the program would cost an extra $4.2 billion if Congress rejected production funds for 1990. Rising pricetag feared Supporters of the Stealth also have argued that the aircraft represents a bargain for the government in comparison to the alternatives. Air Force officials contend that it would cost $60 billion to scrap the Stealth pro gram and instead buy enough B-1 bombers to perform the intended mission. Earlier Thursday, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney told the House Armed Services Committee that the $800 million cut in funding the panel agreed upon recently could add as much as $1.4 billion to the Stealth program's pricetag. Cheney defended the B-2's soaring cost, but warned lawmakers in a hearing that if Congress takes yearly cuts from B-2 budget requests, the plane's cost would spiral out of control. Stealth bomber takes taxi tests i The Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES The B-2 Stealth bomber underwent two high-speed taxi tests for the first time Thursday afternoon, the last milestone before the aircraft tries to make its first flight, the Air Force said. The- bomber accelerated to about 132 mph and lifted its nose gear off the runway at Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, 40 miles north of here, where it was assembled by Northrop. A previous taxi test Thursday was done at a slower speed and the nose gear did not lift off. Air Force officials said. The tests followed the completion of low-speed taxi tests conducted Mori-day. Northrop test pilot Bruce J. Hinds and Air Force test pilot Richard S. Couch are expected to fly the aircraft for the first time some time in the next 10 days. hm. in 841- ranch - 1700 11 Florists, Memorials Madison Avenue Flower Shop 2457 Madison Ave. 7864431 700 U.S. 31 North 888-1144 Public Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY Notice is herebv oiven by The Board of School Commis sioners of the City ot Indianapolis that an auction of surplus furniture and equipment will be held at the Service Center for Indianapolis Public Schools, 901 North Carrollton Avenue, and Arsenal Technical High School, 1500 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN, on Saturday, July 22, 1989, commencing at 8:30 o'clock a.m. Interested persons may inspect the items for sale beginning at 8:00 o'clock a m. on the day of the sale or obtain a list of the items bv sending a stamped, seit-ad- dressed envelope to the Busi ness office ot me soaro ot School Commissioners, 120 East Walnut Street, Room 704A. Terms of the sale will be cash (no personal checks), Payable The Day Of The Auction. All items are sold as is and must be removed day of auction or between 3 00 and 7 00 o'clock p.m. on Monday, July 24, 1989. In compliance with Public Law 92-318 and the regulations of the Office of Civil Rights, the Board requires schools or church groups interested in bidding to meet certain qualifications prior to the auction. Groups of this kind will be required to sign an affidavit that any items purchased will not be used to operate a segregated school. Equipment offered for sale includes, but is not limited to, metal storage shelves, book shelves, teacher desks and chairs, student desks and chairs, miscellaneous tables, industrial arts equipment, business education equipment, audio-visual equipment, and miscellaneous other equipment. , t-The Board reserves the right to accept, or reiect, any part of any bid. The Board of School Commissioners ot the City of Indianapolis RODNEY M. BLACK, Business Manager Indianapolis, IN July 7. IV89 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for: Install ing mall front doorsentrance doors at sanoison ana sycamore Complexes on the Cam pus of Indiana State Unlversi tv. Terra Haute. Indiana. Proposals will be received at the office of the Purchasing Department, Service Building, 951 Sycamore Street, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN until 10:00 AM (EST) August 2, 1989 and then will be opened and read aloud. Specifications may be ob tamed at the Purchasing De oartment. Service Building, 951 Sycamore St., Indiana state University, lerre Maute, in. Proootals are to be made on Form 96, es prescribed by the Stat Board ot Accounts. Pro posals In the amount of 55,000 or more shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or an acceptable bid bond for an amount not less than 5 of the toletibid price. Bidder(s) receivM) awards shall be required to provide acceptable surety In the form Public Notices of a bond for the full amount of the award. Wage rates on the proiect shall be not less than tne pre vailing wage rates as deter mined pursuant to Indiana Code 516-17-1 of the General Assembly of Indiana. All bidders must comply with all State and Federal Non-Dis- crimination laws. Indiana State University re serves the right to reiect any proposal or an proposals, to make any combination thereof. and to waive any informalities therein, and to return opened any proposal received atter tne time fixed therein. No bid may be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent ot Indiana State University for a period of thirty(30) days after the time of closing bids. Indiana state university Board of Trustees By: DENNIS C. GRAHAM Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer Indiana State University LEGAL NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE AND PRELIMINARY HEARING Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Docket No. 38808-U In the matter of the petition ot community sanitation corp. for approval of proposed increase in rates and charges. Notice is nereoy given that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will conduct a Pre hearing conference and Pre liminary Hearing In this pro ceeding in Koom vu7 ot the state uttice Bunaing, Indianapolis, Indiana, at 9:30 A M. Lo cal Time, on July 27, 1989. ll tne freneanng conference does not result in agreement among the parties acceptable to the Commission concerning all procedural and other preliminary issues which may appropriately be resolved prior to a hearing on the merits of the above captioned proceeding, evidence will be heard on the above date on all such disputed issues. These procedural and preliminary issues may include, but shall not be limited to, the jurisdiction of the Commission over the parties and subiecl of the proceedings, a representative test year for consideration of the valuation ot utility plant and materials. operating expenses, and revenues from existing rates; accounting methods, standards and principles to be applicable to these proceedings; need tor and time of prefiling testimo ny; dates ana pieces tor near inos on the merits of this pro ceeding; and issues related to prehearing discovery. Any party who has an inter est in or who may be affected by the procedural and other preliminary issues which may oe aetermineo in tne rrenear ing Conference and Preliminary Hearing should partici pate. All parties will be bound by the procedural and other preliminary findings and determinations made pursuant to agreements or evioence received at the Prehearing Con terence andor Preliminary Hearing held pursuant to tnn notice. For additional Informa tion call (317 ) 732-2382. Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission By: L M PYLITT Secretory (317) 232-2701 Date: July 11, 1989 (N-7-14) Public Notices LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, Docket No. 387(2. Application of Flatfork Creek Development & Utility Corporation for a Certificate of Territorial Authority to render sewage disposal service in a rural area in Hamilton county. inoiana. Notice is herebv oiven that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will conduct a public Evidentiary Hearing in this Cause in Room 907, State Office Building, Indianapolis, inaiana, commencing at 9:30 A.M. Local Time, on August I. 1989. Public oarticioation is re quested. Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission By: L.M. PYLITT Secretary (317) 232-2701 Date: July 11, 1989 (N-7-14) NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received: By: The Trustess of Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana; For: Auditorium work at the National Institute for Fitness and Sport; At: The Office of: Mr. J. T. Clapacs, Vice President, Indiana University Physical Facilities, 700 North Walnut Grove, Bloomington, Indiana tiua; until: r.w p.m. (local time), July 27, 1989. i. Bias received win men be ubliclv opened and read aloud. Bids received after that ime will be returned un opened. J. A single lump sum unitieo bid is requested tor the work. 4. AM bid proposals shall be in full accord with the Bidding Documents, which are on file with the Owner and may be examined bv prospective Bid- ders at the following locations: The office of the Architect: Browning Day Mullins Dier dorf Inc., 334 North Senate Ave nue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204. 5. Bidders for the Prime Con tract may obtain up to three complete sets ot Bioaing Docu ments from the office of the Architect upon receipt of a deposit of $100.00 for each com plete set ot Biaoing Documents reauested. Deposit will be re funded in full upon return of the Bidding Documents in good condition within twenty-one (21) days after bid opening date. 6. Bid Security in the amount of five percent (5) of the Bid Proposal must accompany each Bid proposal in accor dance with the Instruction to Bidders. 7. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reiect any bid and to waive any irregularities in bidding. The Base Bid may be held for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days before awarding contracts. All Alter nate Bids may be held for a period not to exceed one nun dred and twenty (120) days be fore award and incorporation nto the contract by proper change order. B. snouio a successful Bidder withdraw hts bid. or fail to exe cute a satisfactory Contract within ten nu days after no tice ot acceptance ot nis Did, the Owner may declare the Bid Security forfeited as liquidated damages, not as penalty. 9. A pre-bid walk through meeting will be held at: The National Institute for Fitness and Sport, 350 North Agnes Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 at 1:30 p.m. (local time) on July 21, ivtry. i ne i rustees ot Indiana University By: J. D. MULHOLLAND, Treasurer 20 Lost REWARD-Lost brief case 4000 block of Massachusetts Ave. Contains business tiles and other information valuable only to owner. Reward for re turn ot contents, contact: MS Hunter 317-547-3504 Lost dog! Vic E. 96th St. & 1-69. warnie - Kust color, long hair. Looks like a Golden Retriever, uut smir. siw reward. 577-1 797 Apricot Lhasa Aoso. fern. Com pletely shaved. 56th & Franklin area. Last seen July 10, am. Blue rabies taas trom Fort Har rison vet. Please return. 5454365 Blk Poodle, vie Fountain So, front teeth missing, fern, name Jenny. Large REWARD. 353- 0726 or 631-8251 or 353-9026 Lady that found Shint Zo nr. StateRayrriond, Please Call 882-6139 again, have wrong Lost East 73: Sm. male Dog Benji type, New YorkerPoodle, graywht Ans to "Tutt" 353 8452 a) REWARD! Pregnant Bea-T gle 71slKeystone area, 711, child sad! 255-1165842-5755 Vicinity Cordy Lake, Female, Toy Collie, white & tan. "Angel" HOP. Reward, 1-933-9221 BLK & WHT Female Collie. South side. Reward. 783-0959 Min. Long Haired Oachshund Franklin I Roy Rds, W8-3759 Reward: Female Collie. "Dol ly" 34th 8, Franklin Rd. 823-04291 45 Business Services LET EXPERIENCED HANDS To assist you in determining a qualified company or individual to perform the service you desire the following information is presented for your consideration. Any contractor hired to do construction work on your home must meet certain requirements in order to obtain a building permit The following list indicates the qualifications which must be met by a contractor tor various kinds of work Structural work (e.g., carpentry, concrete, framing, roofing) must be listed by the City as a general contractor AIR CONDITIONING Fast. 24 hour. Air cond service S25. clean & check, compressor replacements, all brands, new Janitrol equip. Installation. En-ergy concepts 251-2373 24 HR Service 8, Repair. Clean & check S25. All Window 8, Cen-tral, 38 yrs. 635-7454, 547-2003 638-6036 Service all window & cent 'air Repair window AC refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves S5. service call 24 Hr. 632-1608 ALUM SIDING Alum and vinyl siding. Free est. Financing avail. 835-2415. VINYL, alum, steel. Free estimates. Carrico Ruse o, 639-6559 APPLIANCE REPAIR 1 HR SERV 259-7109 LOW PRICES - GUAR. WORK 638-6036 Same day serv. Major applies ASPHALT PAVING JONES BLACKTOPPING Driveways, parking lots, seal-coating, resurfacing over old concrete. Guaranteed. Over 20 yrs exp. Free est. 240-8481 RICK WORK BRICK, block, chmy repair 25 yrs exp, tree est 542-yu BRICK, block, cement. Re pairs. 923-7871 or 439 0 1 86 CARPENTRY CALL us for decks, rm add, siding, rooting, doors, win dows, baths, repairs or whatev er vour needs mav he Lie Bonded. Ins. Free ests, 357-8967 ADAM CONSTRUCTION 3000 refs, Ins. 283 4527, 251-7769 I WORK ALONE. Quality work 25 yrs exp Free ests 545 ) 498 JACKING, floors, foundations, sills, joist replaced, 248-0241 CARPET CARPET -VINYL Installation e Repair 881-1036 CEILINGS CEILINGS, WALLS 784-6955 Texturing, PLASTER, Orywall CEILING FANS INSTALLED. CALL 896-5922 CEMEVtT WORK DRIVEWAYS, patio, steps, sidewalks, free ests 784-0410 20 Lost REWARD! - Lost small dog, vie 34th & Georgetown, Germam shep markings, salt & pepper hair, no tail. 293-3215, 844-6164 Dk brown & tan fern Tabby cat wpink collar. 106th 8, Hague. Reward! 849-1485; 927-8)36 21 Found FOUND: Part Siberian, Ig brwnblk male, anprox 2 yrs, needs fned yd. 549-5283 MALE. COCKER SPANIEL found on Mills Rd, 856-5291 24 Personal Notices ADOPTION - Cindy, a kindergarten teacher, and Marty a lawyer, are a young nappuv married couple who seek to share their love and home with an infant. Please give all of us an opportunity for a happier future, an meoicai expenses paid. Call collect 201-687-5110 4E1 years aao, vou called mv number. Thanks 4E2 A very haDov and lovina cou- pie would love to adopt a paoy brother or sister for their adopted daughter. All legal-medical expenses paid. Confi dential. Call Coll. 1-317-455-1521 "More than anything in the world we want a child but are unable to have one on our own. Adoption is our only hope." riease neip. can collect (219) 324-8973 25 Personals Plus 25 PERSONALS PLUS To Place your ad, call 633-1212 Key: S 0 Divorced P Professional F - Female M - Male B - Black W - White Rate: J20.00 (minimum for first insesrtion), Sl.oo for each additional 28 characters. This includes: box number, and mailing ot replies. HOW TO ANSWER A PERSONALS PLUS AD Address your letter to: Star and News Box N The Star and The News P.O. Box 145 Indianapolis, IN 46206-0145 Fill in box number Replies will be forwarded for a period of 14 days from last date of publication. A lot to offer... and eager to snare witn trim, non-smoking, swkm seeking lasting relation ship. Bright, attractive, sensuous, long haired brunette, 5'5", 112 lbs., SWPF, 30's. Enjoys playful to romantic, cuddley to classy, fun loving to serious. Truly enjoys giving to the right man wno enioys reciprocating! Photo, address please. - STAR AND NEWS BOX N-7276 Attractive DWPM 30, 6', 170, wishes to meet attractive DSWPF 25-35 for friendship, etc. etc. star and News box nw ATTRACTIVE DWF age 54, in terested in meeting WM same age or younger tor trienos. Find all people interesting Nondrinker, nonsmoker. Live with 3 adult children. Send oh & description. Star and News BOX N2V5 BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS SBPM 33, 6'3", good looking, sensuous iu grad seeks attrac five, sensuous, daring, WF 25- s tor tun times, outdoors. massage a exploring indpls. Note, photo, phone appreciat- ed. All replies answered. Star and News Box N7319 DWM. 38. 6'2"i". 188 lbs.. Masters degree, good sense of humor, generally laid-back, gentle and easy-going, attractive and affectionate. Seeking good natured, friendly WF with sense of humor for friendship and possible relationship later. Reply: Star 8, News Box N7322 DWF 53, 5'5" heavy set Christian would like to meet SDWM Christian, non-smoker, non-drinker. Preferably Southside. Star and News Box N-7288 45 Business Services IND. CONCRETE WORKS CALL NOW! 549-2546 ADAM CONSTRUCTION 3000 refs, ins. 283-4522, 251-7769 Concrete Work, repairreplace Senior Citizen Discount Free Estimates 639-4199 257-3481 ALL types of concrete repairs, Blocks. 926-1498 All types ot concrete work We break-out and replace 925-7167 ALL TYPES CONCRETE Work 1 special on driveways 637-4519 BLOCK & CONCRETE 787-9799 GARY DEAN CEMENT WORK All types, 924-2326 CERAMIC TILE Install, Repair, Regrout. Name your own price. 783-2340, 786-0925 Install, Repair, Regrout, Furnish Material. 631-4406 CLEANING Gen'l Housecleaning-Paintmg, wall 8. window washing 638-0962 HOUSE CLEANING ANO COM MERCIAL. CALL 894-9717 DRIVEWAYS MCCOY'S white crushed stone, spread & hand raked S60-180 sand, gravel. Free est, 636-1699 Asphalt paving t patching, re-Sid comm, work guar. 925-9172 DRY WALL Ceilings pair. Fu ull Insured 881-6285 DRYWALL, Patch-Plaster and Carpentry Repair. Call 253-9897 PROFESSIONAL Drywall 8, tex-turing serv. 20 yrs exp. 783-7455 ELECTRICAL SERV J.C. DEAL WITH ELECTRIC sowgwvou Fre couftev tn home wiring inspection FREE Eitimatci. 24 Hr Emero Service ne 253-1 142 787-5367 DOWDY ELECTRIC The Name You Know and Trust 255-1150 784-9986 SPRING SPECIAL Avg 100 amp breaker panel, reg 1425 now S325; 200 breaker panel, reg S625 now 1525 Peterman Electric 787 J842 tFARS Electric bv J C Electric Auth cont Free est 24hr 783-6660 STAR and NEWS CLASSIFIEDS, Friday, July 14, 1989 25 Personals Plus PSWF financially secure non-religious looking for marriage oriented, kind, non-smoking, non-chauvinistic SWPM, age 37-47. inciuae pnone number ano pno- to: star ana News Box N265 SWF, retired 62, own home, 5 4", 115 lbs. active. Like to meet a nice man between 62-69. No smoking or drinking. Please send phone number to Star and News Box N rai SWM 26, seeks SWF 21-30, for companship and possible ro mance. Looking tor a non- smoker, preferably thin, who enjoys country music, movies and lust spenaing time togetn-er. Send phone if possible. Star ano News box n jzu SWM desires to meet single SWF 3045. I am 5'9", blond hair, gray eyes, 45 yrs. old, 165 ins. no games. Picture piease Star and News Box N7284 SWM, looking for SWF, 21-35 for fun & excitement, no strings, must be clean, smoker okay, no drugs, no extremely over weight. Send photo and pnone it possmie to: star and News Box N2VI SWPDM, 35, 5'7", medium build, non-smoker, into travel ina. movies, dining out. read ing and quiet times. Seeks SWF, 22-28, clean, sincere only. Medium build, child ok. Send picture & letter to: Star and News Box N7300 SBF early 40's financially se cure seeks SBM age 40-45 for movies, oinners out, dancing, companionship & quiet roman- tic eves. Must have good job & no dependents. Will respond to all who write. Send letter, pnone no. & pnoto to: star and News Box n jui DWPM 49, 6', 190, Successful, Caring, Fun-loving, Christian executive, uuves me anu yeu- ple. Non-smoker. Have no in- terest in the bar scene or game playing. Seeking Honest, At tractive, Mature, seit-sutti-cient Christian Lady 35-50. Tell me about your likes ana dislikes & all about yourself. Please be sure to send along your Photo, Name, Birthdate and Phone Number. If you do, I'll return your letter with a call & we ll decide trom mere Star and News Box N-7274 DWPM 5'8" 150 lbs, blue eyes wavy hair, 49 yrs young, seeks serious minded swpi- nonest, lovable, who likes children and quiet evenings at home. For lasting till death do us part relationship. 35 to 48, medium build. No drunks or drugs need answer. Phone & photo it possi ble. Star and News Box N262 If vou are a discriminating at tract. WF, 25-45 in need of a discreet friend or relationship: wno strings then thts warm, caring, attract. WPM, 38 is for you. Send note with interests to Star ano News box N-26I SBF late 30's would like to meet SBM. No convicts or drug ad- diets. Send photo & phone num ber to: Star & News Box N7285 'SCHIZOPHRENIC FEMALE", 22-42, slender, attractive, oos sessing the childlike qualities of a 13 yr old tempered by the wisdom and experience ot a mature woman, win nunr craw. dads, repair a roof or just pop down to the cabin. Loves water & nature, energetic homemak-er. wants to love and be loved, likes to smile a lot... If this shoe fits., you can be my On derella... Please send age, height, weight, phone , pic ture nice but not required DWPM stable emotionally, ft nancially sound, over 40, 6' and 2uu. star and News Box N294 SDPWM 33, looking for smal woman age 25-35, needs good sense of humor and likes to try new things. I love children Please send photo it avl. brief letter about yourself & ph. Star and News Box N-7321 DWM, 34 looking for an uncon- ditional, long term relationship wSDWF. Soulmates get pref. Send name, , (photo if poss.) Box N-7293 Star and News DWF, extremely young 50, reddish blonde hair, blue eves. 5'4", 145lbs, better than average dancer, likes all kinds of music, flea markets, auctions. dining out and shows, only a partial list of interests, I'm versatile and energetic. Have never traveled, but would love to start now. Seeking DWM 45 , with similar interests. Reply with photo and letter to: Star and News Box N7264 DWF seeks WM - Mid 30's who likes kids, is happy w his job & finances. (Former 500 Princess). Star and News Box N-7298 DESIRE live-in female, 30-40, size 5-8, step into a comfortable family type situation, the right woman will be appreciated and loved., garden, cabin, large house, myself..., all are wanting for the touch of an energetic woman. Southern or foreign origin, 1 child (or teenager), ail are possibilities. Piease send ph or address, description of self, photo optional but welcome. DWPM, fortyish, tall and tolerable of appearance. Star and News Box N7317 45 Business Services ' NOTICE TO READERS - L.A. JONES ELEC. LiClns 24HR Emergency Sery. Call 896-5922 BARRY ELECTRIC, lie. bond-ed ins. Resid wiring. 244-4044 EXCAVATING DOZING, trees, parking lots, finish grading, roadways. Comm 8. Resid Charles 786-7307 EXTERMINATING Advance Termite Pest Control KILL ROACHES $29.95 & UP Ants, fleas, termites, mice Lie Bonded. 7 days. Work guaran-teed. 26 years exp 635-9572 FENCING INDY FENCE & DECK Free esf. Installation. 637-2828 HAULING Melvin's Backhoe i Landscape, dump truck, top soil, remove solid fill, grading yards, driveways, lot clean Call 926-9263 S t V HAULING clean basements, attics, oa rages, moving, lot cutting, odd job You name it, we'll tackle it neas. rates can ru-fm A-1 SERVICE. HAUL ANYTHING ANYWHERE. ANYTIME. DON'T CUSS, CALL UV 6.K-I361 38TH ST 1 NORTH, anything. Broad Ripple, Carmel, Geist area pick, tree ests. 251-9693 545-3234 Sam A ALL QUICK light-heavy haul You name we nam i a, i ton truck Gar cing Instant Trash Hauling, Moving, Mwnent a, oarage 1 hh serv. Call Mr. Danner 9264526 J & L needs hauling, garage 4 Dasemem ciean-out, handy man. Free estimates. S47-4454 634 7344 - Joe's Trash Removal. oarages it basements also. A-l HAULING, tree trimming, yard work I odd jobs. 636-800 A FAMILY MAN NEEDS WORK CHEAP HAULING. 631-8082 B & C't hauling, bsmt i ga . - ...... ,i... ... ... 'yf Tqlv ligan up, ajr-ujiT BSMTS 4 aari cleaned, ruh- pun nauieo, tree est, 6312751 CHEAPEST IN TOWN! TRASH MAULING, 852 3643 HAULINGMOVING Anything FREE ESTIMATES 251-2131 HAULING TRASH. Concrete Rooting Dump truck 788-9589 IHOMI REPAIRS Bob ! Home Repair, all types DOYOUR SERVICE OR REPAIRING 6t int 4 ext repairs 634-7760 25 Personals Plus SDWM 49 interested in meeting an attractive SWF, age 38-50. Prefer someone with a high energy level, a positive outlook on life & a person of many interests. Also prefer someone who is comfortable in both for mal & informal situations. Photo appreciated. Reply to: Star and News Box N 7282 SDWPM MARINE & STU DENT; 6'1", 175, BLONDE HAIR, GREEN EYES; SEEKS SDWPF, 21-35, FOR WILD AND CRAZY TIMES: IF THIS IS YOU, DROP ME A L NE. WPHOTO (IF POSSIBLE), PHONE NUMBER, AND TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF. STAR AND NEWS BOX N-7266 Secure SWM 6'2", 2201b. Wants life mate. Oriental a Plus. Write, Phone, etc. Star and News Box N-7289 Vivacious & dare I say volup tuous swpf, 40, 56 , tun figured but attractive, classy not snobby, aware not arrogant, hip not pretentious, educated but still learning, hard working, realistic, sensible but loves to play. Seeking SWPM, 40, who is a communicatorlistener & believes the greatest high is a good laugh, wonderful conversation, new insights, & a sincere relationship wthe opposite sex. interests negotiable. Reply to: Star and News Box N7267. Voluptuous funloving SBPF 26, attractive with a zest for life 8, laughter. Incredible brown eyes. Seeks non-smokino, SPBWM age 25-38, for warm inenosnip & possiDly more. Phone number please photo op tional. Star and News Box N7292 Wanted SWM Christian 37-45 who likes children, family ori ented, enioys outdoors, should be financially secure as myself. I'm SWF 41, 5' 4, 127lbs. blond interested in sincere relation ship. Letter, photo & phone to star and News box N-46. White widowed female, 58, 5'8", 1801 bs, blonde, non-smok- er, slight disability due to knee 8. hip replacements, sometimes uses cane, winters in SW Florida & summers in Rural Central Indiana. Prefers tall, non smoking gentleman with tradi tional values, financial & men- tally secure, ready to appreciate & enjoy the give 8. take of a simple life with a congenial companion. Enjoys sunsets, a good book, conversation, a boat ride, holding hands, flea markets, a bird song, a flower blooming, watching tne tisn tump or lis tening to night sounds. Please reply witn pnoto & pnone to: star and News box nto Widow, WF, Retired Nurse 68. 5'2", 110 lbs, gray hair. Is there a gentleman out mere wno enioys walking & holding hands, movies, dining out, travel, country & Western, Big Band Music, quiet evenings & the outdoors. Will answer all replies. Would like pnoto & pnone please. Star and News Box N 7286 26 Special Notices super SAVER Special low classified note Pi When you use The Star and The News classifieds, you reach more reaoers more Ouyers Our special low rate is for individuals offering personal merchandise (or aale or wanting to buy Larger ad sizes and insertions also are available al equally attractive rales Restrictions: business-related or out-of-state ads not accepted rates do not apply to certain classifications no refunds on early cancellations at these rates TO PLACE YOUR AD, PHONE 6331212 CaH by 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday and your ad runt the naxt day The Star the news Our Classifieds coo through tar you. 45 Business Services Electrical Work must be licensed by the City as an electrical contractor Heating and Cooling work must be licensed by the City as a heating and cooling contractor Plumbing work must be licensed by the State of Indiana as a plumbing contractor and also be registered with the City For further information contact Division of Development Services 269-2300. REPAIR work. Textured ceilings, drywall, painting, roof-ing, carpentry, etc. 786-1184 LANDSCAPING YARD WORK, DECKS, RETAINING WALLS, 898-5054 LAWN CARE 356-9306, Mowing, shrubs, till ing, getnatcning. Free ests. 849-1055, 542-9645 Mowing, hedge 4 bush trim yard cleaning 257-9851, 255-7881 LOT AND FIELD MOWING Large 4 heavy mowing. Bush- hoggmg-tilling. Lots 4 fields cieareo. iree trim, irasn re-moval. Garden plots 634-0792 MOVING A call to us will save vou ss C 4 J Movers Storage, 899-4052 A 4 J and JONES MOVING Call us 4 save 7 days 353-9217 AL NAX MOVERS. Courteous, prompt, reasonable, 924-5218 MOVING? Spring Bargain Rates. Pick Up Truck 639-43 1 5 Same Day Service In Vans Business 4 Resid 253-9501 PAINTING BROTHERS PAINTING Resld'comm. Int. ext. Apts, condos. Height work. Texture Free ests Ins 359-8S67, 462 5840 HUNTER PAINTING - Int ext Quality work at reas rates Free ests. 20 yrs exp. 787-5441 356-9306, VAUGHT'S PAINTING mt exf, reas prices, free est BARRY'S PAINTING Quel work mt'Ext. Reas. Rales 875-8092 GOOD Work at REASONABLE RATES Insured 356-5959 INT-EXT Painting Free Esll mates. Call Richard 881-5767 PAINTING Inf Ext, 20 years experience Free est 782-4501 Painting, 25 yrs exp, in! ex! Insured Free ests 897 973? PAINTING Int ext. chimney 4 cement repairs-free est. 356-6213 RUSIE'S PAINTING Int. it Free estimates 637 2402 PAPER HANGING Eastside Decorating Painting, Papering, patch piaster. Text ceil ceramic tile, samples Ask about customer incentive, jw nti Wallcoverings plus. Removal, painting, texture Free tit with samples Call 251-7331 PAPER HANGING 4 PAINTIN4 Int-ext R F. Wentworth 856-3061 25 Personals Plus SWPF, 25, never married, no children. Seeking SWPM, 27-31, never married ano no children. Send phone & photo to star ana News box njid SWPM, 39, 6'2", no dependents, non smoker. Busy professional. Health field. Seeks WF, sophisticated, positive, professional W unaer vy. send letter & pnone to: Star and News Box N-7260 SWPM, 6'3", considered attractive at the age of mid 40's. I enjoy all sorts of activities, plus dancing, candlelight dinners, beautiful moonlight walks and have a great sense of hu mor, very sensous, would like to meet a lady with same outlook. Please send photo. star ano News Box N28U Tall DWM 31, looking for attractive S or DWF who enioys golf, bowling, movies, dinner, travel & quiet times at home. I'm financially secure and ready for fun. Photo if possible & address. star and News Box N-zvu This red haired WW, 62, 5'1", 150lbs, just won't give up till I find you. Can't you understand I want to spend the golden years lovin you to walk the path hand in hand together? vou must be wsm, uhs, loving, honest, sincere, sense of humor, financially secure, interest music, travel, cards. Write, phone, photo to: Star and News Box N7278 WM, 28, blonde hair, blue eyes, 160lbs, looking for a special lady. Please write or send pho-to to; Star and News Box N7299. Woman of contrasts & surprises! Gracious, attractive, softly and well-rounded. SWPF, 6'1", 41, articulate, affectionate, sensuous and kind; enjoys the Colts, music, fine dining, stimulating conversation and convertibles, seeks same in superior SWPM, 40, 6' STAR AND NEWS BOX N-7281 26 Special Notices GRATEFUL DEAD - V.I. P. BOX SEATS - MCVISA TICKETS FOR LESS812-336-7075 OAEC The Star and News Classified Department is open Monday thru Friday from 7:30 am to 5:25 pm Saturday from 7:30 am to 12:25 pm. Closed Sundays. In case of error, liability of newspaper is limited to space occupied by the ad. iCheck your ad daily, The Star and News is responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. 45 Business Services PLASTERING PLASTER Drywall Stipple Ceilings. Ins. Free est 23 yrs exp. Luther Spears, 638-1220 PATCH Plastering 20 yrs. experience Text Cell 923-7038 PLUMBING BOB BOHNENKAMP 24 hour complete plumbing and dram cleaning serv. Senior Cit- tens Disc. 353-1125. 1052579 POOLS AND SPAS POOLS, Spas and Decks. Installation, repair, sales, priced right, no middleman, 18 years experience. Call 788 1381. ROOFING Family owned and operated in Indianapolis since 1935 REPAIR NEW ROOFING Guaranteed to stop roof leaks. 784-1464 FENTRESS BUILDERS Rooting 4 guttering only S65 square Free ests 4 emergency repair within 24 hrs. Also do insurance claims 359-4165 ADAM CONSTRUCTION 3000 refs, Ins. 283-4522, 251-7769 INDUSTRIAL 4 COMMERCIAL Flat root specialist, tar, gravel-bral torch down Call 272-4625 PATCH WORK, specialiie in leaks 4 flat roofs 356-4509 Roofing, new or repair, Small honest contractor. 784-6472 Roofing, Guttering, lie, bond-ed, insured, free esf 835-7519 SEWER, DRAIN CLEANING 24 hour service, bsmt waterproofing, backhoe service, 637-3937. Save this ad tor t?0 off. SUMMER SPECIAL Mam Sewer S45 00 Small Drams 125 Call 637-8479 STORM WINDOWS New windows or glass 4 screen repair Carrico Rusco, 6394559 VINYL replacement windows, financing available 835-2415 TREE SERVICE Budget Tree Service, quality tree work, a yrs exp. jemur Citiiens Disc. Lowest rates. Fully Ins. Free ests aje-enz iiaa- TBCC f XPFBTS c..:. ni, I Mtaaf Prlraa frM est, 11 yrs eP injured 247 1399 J 4 C Tree, expert serv, quai work, 16 yrs eP Ins 636-3219 .Joseph Cemetery

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