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I WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SECTION 3, PAGE 7 Death Today's death notice index Amundson, Mrs. Alma M. StoughtonCottage Grove Birkholz, Rosemary BarabooSprlng Green Brunet, Edmund J. Prairie du Chlen Emer, Anna It. Plain Hofbauer, Franz New Claras Primrose Holland, Mary A. Darlington Jozefowicz, Casimer "Casey" Lancaster McKeown, Leo T. Madison Paske, Albert Baraboo Pope, Edison M. DodgevllleSpring Green Wilde, Jesse D. Madison . Amundson, Mrs. Alma M. , STOUGHTONCOTTAGE GROVE -Mrs. Alma M. Amundson, age 87, died - on Monday, February 25, 1980, at a - Stoughton hospital. The former Alma Lysager was born March 26, 1892 In the town of Rutland. She was employed for " many years at the Celon Company at , Madison and mode her home In Cottage 1. Grove with her sister, the late Mrs. I.J. Wltte. She was a member of Covenant ' Lutheran Church at Stoughton, the v Cottage Grove Senior Citizens and Bryn Maur Pioneer Club In Cottage Grove, i,, She Is survived by a brother, Henry of Stoughton; three nieces, Mrs. Phyllis ' Walker of Cottage Grove, Mrs. Barbara 1 Vlndedahl of Augusta, Michigan, Mrs. .. Donna Harlow of Ashland, Virginia; and great nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 29 at 1:30 p.m. at the BRAGSTAD MEMORIAL CHAPEL In the Skaalen Home. Reverend Ralphv Baumback will officiate. Burial will be , at Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends , may call at the funeral home from e-8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials may be made to the Covenant Lutheran Organ Fund. ,' Olson-Holzhuter Funeral Home ; Stoughton , Blrkholi, Rosemary I BARABOOSPRING GREEN ; Rosemary Blrkholi, age 58, of Baraboo, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, ( February 27, 1980, at a Madison hospital i after a short Illness. Survivors Include, ' her son, John ond daughter-in-law, Marl Kramer of Shellrock, Iowa; Her mother , Mary Gruber of Spring Green; four i sisters, Mrs. Vol (Irene) Mueller of Portage, Mrs. William (Lee) Brummer I of Spring Green, Mrs. Grace Scallon of , Madison, Mrs. James (Ann) Elert of i Madison; two brothers, Edward Gruber ' of Spring Green and Michael Gruber of Madison; two grandchildren, Kelll ond i Derek Kramer; several nieces and i nephews. She was preceded In death by ' her father, Michael; her husband, John J Kramer; her husband, Donald Birkholz; , a sister, Mary Margaret Mueller and a i brother, Elmer Gruber. Funeral i services will be held at ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, Spring Green at I 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 1. The i Reverend Aloysius Fellenz will offlcate. i Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. on 1 Friday, February 29 at the I RICHARDSON ffUNERAL HOME, 429 I N. Cincinnati St., Spring Green, where i the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. i Brunet, Edmund J. ' PRAIRIE DU CHIEN Edmund J. J Brunet age 75 of 430 S. Beaumont Rd. , died Tuesday evening, February 26, 1980 i at Memorial Hospital after a long Illness. He was born June 4, 1904 in Fond du Lac to Ferdinand and Mathilda Brunet. He married Violet Small In September of 1940 at Prairie du Chlen. He was a driver salesman for many years until his retirement In 1966. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Campion Council and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. He is survived by his wife; three sons, Michael of Anchorage, Alaska, John of Janesvllle and Patrick of Omaha, Nebraska; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Mary Alice) McKlnney of Rockford, Illinois; three grandchildren; one brother, Leo of Fond du Lac; two sisters, Mrs. Cele Beatty of Fond du Lac, Mrs. Harlow (Alice) Brigham of Two Rivers. Services will be held at 11a.m. on Friday at ST. GABRIEL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH with the Reverend John Wambach officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the GARRITY FUNERAL HOME after 4p.m. on Thursday. Sodality Rosary at 4:15p.m Knights of Columbus Rosary at 7:30p.m. Wake Scripture Service at 8p.m. Emer, Anna R. PLAIN Anna R. Emer, age 84, of Plain, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 16, 1980 at the Sauk Prairie Hospital after a short illness. Survivors Include, her husband, William, Sr.; two sons, John of Tacoma, Washington and William, Jr. of Plain; a daughter, Mrs. Norbert (Everolda) Schutz of Cross Plains; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Melster, Mrs. Hilda Heiser, both of Plain and Mrs. Ernest (Margaret) Johnson of Verona; o brother, Alfred Gruber of Sauk City. Funeral services will be held at ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, Plain, at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 1. The Reverend Lowrence Keppler will officiate. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, February 29, at the RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, 429 N. Cincinnati St., Spring Green, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Hofbauer, Franz NEW GLARUSPRIMROSE Franz Hofbauer, age 51 of Route 8, Verona passed awoy February 26, 1980 at St. Mary's Hospital In Madison. He was born In Czechoslovakia on September 9, 1928, the son of Franz and Rosalie Hofbauer. He married Ruth Liese Lotte on October 22, 1949. He came to this country in June of 1952 and farmed in the Primrose Township area. He was a member of the Primrose Lutheran Church and Is survived by his wife, Ruth L. Hofbauer; two sons, Peter of Waunakee and David at home; one sister, Mrs, Paula Rieck of Germany; one half brother, Joseph Pfeiffer of Germany; nieces and nephews, all in Germany. Funeral services will be held on Friday at 1:30p.m. at PRIMROSE LUTHERAN CHURCH with the Reverend Ronald Nybroten officiating. National service proposed in Fiji SUVA, Fiji (AP) - The Public Service Association, which represents Fiji's 10,000 civil servants, has urged the government to start compulsory national service for all persons 16 to 21 years of age as a way to solve crime and unemployment problems. 'Rimoci Bavadra, the association president, said trouble caused by jobless school dropouts is one of Fiji's worst problems. Under the proposal, young people would be kept busy oh national development and community service projects until they are 21 and "mature and more responsible." notices Death notices 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Weekdays 8 o.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, open Sunday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Interment will be In the Primrose West Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 until 9p.m. on Thursday evening at the ZENTNER BEAL FUNERAL HOME In New Glarus. Holland, Mary A. DARLINGTON Mary A. Holland, age 85, died on Tuesday, February 26, 1980, at Memorial Hospital, LaFayette County, Darlington, Wisconsin. The former Mary O'Brien was born near Shullsburg, Wisconsin on July 21, 1894 ond has been a Darlington area resident most of her life. Survivors are eight daughters, Mrs. Robert (Eleanor) Bartlg of Nelsonville, Mrs. Paul (Mary) Gllle of Janesvllle, Loralne of Madison, Mrs. Merle (Eileen) Pickett of Beverly Hills, Florida, Mrs. Donald (Rosanna) VanMatre of Darlington, Mrs. Kenneth (Mildred) Schewe of Oregon, Mrs. Donald (Loretta) Wllhelmson of Argyle, Mrs. Robert (Vera) Finlev of Oregon; a' son, Joseph of Monroe; 34 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Betty Byrne of Darlington. She was preceded In death by her husband James many years ago; a grandson; ond four brothers. Friends may call from 4-9 p.m. on Thursday, February 28 at STEIL FUNERAL HOME, Darlington where there will be scripture prayer service held at 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 29 at 12 noon at HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, Darlington. Burial will be In Immaculate Conception cemetery, Kendall township. Jozefowicz Casimer (Casey) ' LANCASTER Mr. Casimer (Casey) Jozefowicz, age 65, died on Wednesday, February 27, 1980, at his home. Funeral services will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. at The O'ROURKE FUNERAL HOME In Lancaster. Burial will be in the Mt. Zlon Cemetery rural Lancaster. Friehds may call at the Funeral Home on Thursday, from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m, McKeown, Leo T, MADISON Leo T. McKeown, age 67, of 2965 Syene Road, died on Tuesday, February 26, 1980, at a local hospital. He was born May 9, 1912 In Madison. He was a retired Maintenance Employee for the State of Wisconsin. Survivors include his wife, the former Agnes Jungbluth; three daughers, Mrs. Catherine Schultz of Beloit, Mrs. Judy Smith and Mrs. Dorothy Rogers both of Madison; . four sons, Phillip of McFarland, Richard, David and Leo J. all of Madison; a brother, William of Arena; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Jungbluth and Mrs. Irene Sauk both of Madison; 30 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Robert; and a grandson, Marvin McKeown. Funeral services will be held at ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, 1905 W. Beltllne Hwy. at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, February 29. The Reverend Bernard Brunette O.Pream will officiate. Burial will be In Highland Memory Gardens cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. on Thursday, February 28 at the JOYCE FUNERAL HOME, 540 W. Washington Ave. where a rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Paske, Albert BARABOO Albert Paske, age 87, of Baraboo passed away on Tuesday evening, February 26, 1980, at St. Clare Hospital In Baraboo where he had been receiving care for the past two days. Survivors are his wife, Lucile of Baraboo; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Stovoll of Greendale, Wisconsin; two sons, Phillip of Tomahawk and Milton of Lakeshore, Mississippi; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Martha) Kassner of Portage and Mrs. Mathilda Dumke of Baraboo; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by a sister and four brothers. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 1, at 2 p.m. at ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH In Baraboo with Pastor Emil Toepel officiating. Burial will be in the Indian Farm Cemetery. Friends may call on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the REDLIN FUNERAL HOME and on Saturday from 12:30 p.m. until time of services at the church. The family suggests memorials may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church Building Fund. Pope, Edison M. DODGEVILLESPRING GREEN Edison M. Pope, age 70, of Dodgeville, formerly of Spring Green, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 26, 1980, in a Dodgeville hospital after a short Illness. He was born April 17, 1909, In Spring Green. He operated a paint store for 19 years In Appleton, and then moved to Dodgeville, where he worked for the Ladds Color Spot. Mr. Pope later became an employee of the Rim of the World. He was a member of the Spring Green Masonic Lodge No. 212 F & AM, 'the Royal Arch Chapter No. 82 of Dodgeville, the Spring Green O.E.S. No. 125, and the Dodgeville O.E.S. No. 39. Survivors include his wife, Susan (Brown); three step children, Donald Brown of Broadhead, Emily Avegaleo of Janesvllle, and Ellen Wolowic of Roscoe, Illinois; his mother, Eva of Baraboo; a brother, Fay of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Evelyn (Jimmy) In 1975. Complete funeral services will be held at the RICHARDSON- FUNERAL HOME, 429 N. Cincinnati St. at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 29. Reverend Dave Roberts will officiate. Friends may call from 3-5 ond 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, February 28, ot the Funeral Home, where Masonic rites will be at 8 p.m. Wilde, Jesse D. MADISON Jesse D. Wilde, age 74, of 1 17 N. Fair Oaks Ave., passed away at a Madison nursing home on Tuesday, February 26, 1980. He was born on June 16, 1905, in Primrose Township in Dane County. He had been a resident of Madison for most of his life. Mr. Wilde was employed for 41 years with the University of Wisconsin with the hydrolics & sanitary laboratory. He was a member of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife, Violet; a daughter, Mrs. Barton (LaDonna) Niemann of Madison; four grandchildren, Linda & Gary Niemann of Madison, and Jonathan & Shelley Wilde of Los Vegas, Nevada; and a duaghter-in-law, LaVonne Wilde of Los Vegas, Nevada. He was preceded In death by a son, Ronald, on November 29, 1979. Funeral services will be held in the HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH on Friday, February 29, at 1:30 p.m. Reverend George M. Orvlck will officiate with burial in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the SCHROEDER FUNERAL HOME, 3325 E. Washington Ave., from 4-8 p.m. on Thursday, February 28. FEBRUARY 28, 1980 Classified Index ANNOUNCEMENTS Bills Wanted 119 Obituary. In Memoriam 130 Funeral Directors , 131 Cemeteries, M(iiiumenli....13S Flowers and Ci ftt 137 Personals, Thanks 138 Personal Intmtisti, Your Candidate 139 Personal Intnnwti 140 Schools a Instruction 142 Accountants 143 Architects 144 Attorneys-At-Uw 145 Health Snrvlcei 148 Office Services 157 Human Resource Services. 150 Investment Consultants 155 Travel, Tours 1HO Entertainment 1B1 Lost and Found 170 We've Moved 180 LET AN EXPERT DO IT Miscellaneous Services 201 Repair Services 202 Tailor, Sew Upholstery 203 Plumb. Heat, Sheet Metal..204 Build, Maintenance, Repair 205 Landscaping, Gardening.,..208 Moving. Storage 207 Air Conditioning 20B Deer Processing 220 Gone Fishing 250 EMPLOYMENT General 300 Office, Clerical 305 Domestic, Household 310 Retail 315 Sales 320 Automotive 325 Professional. Technical 330 Restaurant & Bar 335 Building & Management 340 Employment Agencies 345 Situations Wanted 350 Day Care & Nurseries 370 FINANCIAL Personal Salary, Loans 498 Savings, Investments...., 499 FARMER'S MARKET Horses, Stables & Equipment 505 Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Goats 510 Poultry, Supplies 515 hay, Grain, Pasture 520 Farm Buildings 525 Farm Equipment, Parts 530 Farm Services, Repair 535 Livestock, Equipment Wanted 540 Farm Auctions, Sales 545 MERCHANDISE Pets 4 Supplies 600 Sales & Auctions 602 Garage Sales East 603 Garage Sales West 604 Garage Sales North 605 Garage Sales South 606 Garage Sales Central 607 Garage Sales Out of Town 608 Remodeling, Redecorating 620 Antiques Collectibles 621 Christmas Trees 622 Furniture 823 Home Furnishing Accessories ....624 Appliances 626 TV, Radio, Stereo 627 Sewing MachinesFabric. 630 Hobbies 631 Photography 632 Where do you find the most job listings in the Madison Area? 115 Car Pooling For assistance in Placing your free car pooling ad call: 252-6321 CAR POOLIN Caution is urged before rides are shared. We suggest that you exchange references and investigate them. Madison Newspapers, mc. DOWNTOWN from East Towne need ride at 11pm, Mon-Sun. 256-8131 Need Ride-Pine Bluff to Barna-by's by West Towne, Mon.-Frl. Leave 7:30, return 4:30. 798-3445 119 Bids Wanted MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES Hooper Construction Corp., P.O. Box 7455, Madison, Wl, 53707, 249-0451, requests proposals on general, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical materials and services on 9 Springs WWTP due 22880 and Whitewater WWTP due 31380. Staff Electric Co., inc., P. O. Box 1441, Milwaukee Wl 53201, 414-276-3800, contract number NS6-G, requests proposals from minority business enterprises for electrical materials, heavy equipment moving, and electrical underground and concrete work for Nine Springs Waste Water Treatment Plant, due 22880. INVITATION TO BID DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT CAMP RANDALL TURF REPLACEMENT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON MADISON, WISCONSIN Division Proiect No, 7912-09 Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., April 2, 1980 Sealed bids for the above proiect will be received for and In behalf of The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System by the Division at General Executive Facility II, Bth Floor, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, before the time and date Indicated above, at which "time they will be opened publ Icly and read otoud. Drawings and specifications have been prepared by the Engineering Services Section of the Division of State Facilities Management, Madison, Wisconsin 53702. in general the work comprises of replacement of the synthetic turf, CB Equipment 633 Musical Instruments 834 Miscellaneous for Sale B3B Miscellaneous for Rent 637 Clothing Accessories 645 Recreational Vehicles Sporting Goods 650 Snowmobiles & Gear 651 Campers. Trailers 652 Boats, Motors 653 Good Things to Eat fit Planls, Lawn ft Garden Supplies 661 Lawn ft Garden Equipment 663 Snow Removal 865 Business Equip 670 Industrial Equip 671 Building Material 675 ( FuelHeating Equipment...6fl0 Machinery, Tools 665 Wanted to Buy 690 TRANSPORTATION Airplanes, Accessories 700 Mobile Homes 710 Mobile Home Parks (Rental) 711 Motorcycles 720 Bicycles 721 Auto Parts, Service 730 Wanted Automotive 740 Trucks, Trailers 750 Auto Loans, Insurance 760 Import ft Sports Cars 770 Antique, Collectible Cars. 771 New Cars For Sale 772 Used Cars For Sale 773 Suburban Cars For Sale 774 Vehicle Leasing 760 REALTY RENTALS Vacation Rentals 800 Rooms For Rent 805 Housekeeping Rooms 806 Rooms With Board 807 Unfurnished Apartments...810 Sublet Unfurnished Apartments 615 Furnished Apartments 820 Sublet Furnished Apartments 825 Roommates 827 Unfurnished Houses 830 Unfurnished Duplexes 635 Townhouses 836 Furnished Houses 840 Furnished Duplexes 641 Mobile Homes For Rent 845 Mobile Home Parks 846 Suburban For Rent 849 Garages, Space Rent 850 Wanted to Rent 860 Rent Business Space 870 Rent Office Space 871 Rent Commercial Space....B72 Rent Industrial Space 873 Rent Farm Land ...880 Want to Rent Farms 885 Miscellaneous For Rent 890 REALTY SALES Realty Loans, Insurance 900 Madison Homes 910 Condominiums 911 Suburban Homes 913 Wisconsin Homes 914 Real Estate Miscellaneous. 920 Out of Slate Realty 930 Real Estate Wanted 940 Income Property 950 Sites ft Lots 960 Land For Development 962 Farm Land For Sale 963 Lake, River Property 9B4 Recreational Property 965 Commercial Property 986 Commercial Land 967 Business Opportunities 980 Realty to Exchange 990 119 Bids Wanted chain link fence work, under-; ground water main, and bituminous concrete paving, A lump sum bid will be required for this protect. Drawings, specifications and other bidding documents may be obtained from the Division Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room B63, 10) South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, telephone 608266-1436, or may be seen at the Builders' Exchange in Milwaukee, at the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Madison; at DodgeScan in Chicago; at the Mechanical Exchange in Modi-son; and at the Northslde Commu nity Design Center In Milwaukee. Bidders requesting drawings and specifications should Identify themselves as Prime Contractors or Subcontractors. No deposit required to obtain documents for bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee in the amount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February 28, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Management Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 28,1980 INVITATION ARCHITECTENGINEER SERVICES FROM WISCONSIN BASED FIRMS FOR MAXIMUMMEDIUM SECURITY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION PORTAGE, WISCONSIN The facility shall Include housing for 448 inmates in a maxlmum-medium security setting. The facility Is estimated to Include 251,-000 square feet which shall Include the following functional areas: 1. Operations a. Administration b. Custody Administration ' c. Reception Center d. Infirmary e. Food Service f. Commissary Warehouse g. Laundry n. Garage I, Maintenance 1. Central Plant 2. Housing a. General Population b. Special Custody c. Disciplinary Segregation d. Neighborhood Center 3. Services a. Clinical Services b. Social Services c. Education d. Visiting e. Religion - f. Recreation 4. Industries The facility has a proposed budget of $36,000,000. Interested Wisconsin based ArchitectEngineer firms may obtain application Information and proiect description from Harlvn Ver-hage. General Executive Facility 2, 101 South Webster Street, 8th Floor, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, telephone number 608-266-3620. Applications must be received In this office no later than March 28, 1980. Paul L. Brown Administrator Division of State Facilities Management Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 28 and March 6, 1980 119 Bids Wanted INVITATION TO RIO DIVISION OP STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT THREE BUILDING ROOF RHPAI RS SHOWFRMANHALL (KRONSHAGE). HUMPHREY MALL AND JOHNS HALL UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON MADISON, WISCONSIN Dlvlilon Proltct No. 7911 J4 Bid Owning: 3:00 P.M., April 3, 1900 SMltd bidi tor tt obovt proltct wilt bf rtcvivtd tor and In btholf of TM Board of Rtoenti ot tht Unlvrlty ot Wltcontln Svsltm by th Division at Central fcxtcu-11 vt Facility II, 8th Floor, 10) South Websttr Stmt, Madison, Wisconsin S3702, tofart tno llmt ond dolt Indlcottd obovt, ol which tlmt they will bt optned publicly and rtad aloud. Drawings ond specification have betn prepared by tht Division's Engineering Services Section. In general the work comprises Installation ot ballasted elastic rooting sheet and related work on all three (3) buildings as herein listed. Separate lump sum bids will be required tor; 1) Showerman Hall (Kronshage)-Building Number 0374. 3 Humphrey Hall-Bulldlng Number 0)36. 3) Jorns Hall-Bulldlng Number 0137. ! Drawings, specifications ond other bidding documents may be obtained from tht Division's Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room 663, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703, telephone 608266-M36, or may be seen at the Builders' Exchange In Milwaukee, Green Bay, Wausau; ot the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Madison; at DodgeScan In Chicago; at the Mechanical Exchange In Madison; and at the Northslde Community Design Center In Milwaukee. Bidders requesting drawings and specifications should identity themselves as Prime Contractors or Subcontractors ond what division ot work Is being considered. No deposit required to obtain documents tor bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee In the amount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February 26, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Management Deportment of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 2B, 1980 INVITATION TO BID DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING STATE OFFICE BUILDING LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN ' Division Proiect No. 7911-42 Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., March 20, 1980 Sealed bids for the above protect will be received for ond In behalf of the Department of Administration by the Division at General Executive Facility It, 8th Floor, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, before the time ond date indicated above, at which time they will be opened publicly and read aloud. Drawings and specifications hove been prepared by the Division's Engineering Services Section. In general the work comprises painting the Interior and exterior of the building, A lump sum bid will be required for all work contemplated for this protect. Drawings, specifications and other bidding documents may be obtained from the Division's Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room 863, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, telephone 608266-1436, or may be seen at the Builders' Exchange in Milwaukee, Eou Claire, La Crosse, Wausau & Dubuque; at the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office in Madison; at DodgeScan In Chicago; and at the Northslde Community Design Center In Milwaukee. Bidders shall identify themselves as Prime or Subcontractors and the division of work being considered when requesting Bidding Documents. No deposit required to obtain documents for bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee in the omount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February-28, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Man agement Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 28, 1980 INVITATION TO BID DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ROADS AND PARKING LOTS BONG RECREATION AREA KENOSHA COUNTY, WISCONSIN Division Protect No. 781 1-07 Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., April 1, 1980 Sealed bids for the above protect will be received for and in behalf of The Department of Natural Resources by the Division at General Executive Facility II, Bth Floor, 101 South Webster Street, Modi son, Wisconsin 53702, before the time and date Indicated above, at which time they will be opened publicly and read aloud. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared by the Engineering Services Section of the Division of State Facilities Management, Madison, Wisconsin. In general the work comprises grading, drainage, base course and single aggregate bituminous surface. A lump sum bid will be required for all work contemplated for this proiect. , Drawings, specifications ond other bidding documents may be obtained from the Division Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room 863, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, telephone 608266-1436, or may be MSTRGRiVM T M t L . 1 . I 1 . '3 LINES FOR 3 .1 4TH LINE - '100 rxirrxrn ixnxnu 5TH LINE - '100 EXTRA How to use the Star-Gram: Star-Gram are an economical way to advertise merchandise Items that cost $100 or less or pets that are free. Jot your ideas down on a piece of paper, looking at the Classified Ad section to get a feel for how the ad should read. Write your ad on the Star-Gram above. Each bo can hold a letter, a number, a space between words, or a piece of punctuation. Abbreviations should not be used. PRICES MUST BE LISTED lor all Items advertised and "FREE" must be stated In pet ads. A partial line will count as a full line. Remember to end your ad with your telephone number. The cost of the Super Saver ad depends on how many lines -not how many words -the ad takes up. You get 3 lines for 3 days for $3.00. Each additional line $1.00. (Remember, total cost of all Hems listed in the ad cannot exceed $100 and any pets advertised must be free.) Super Saver are tor non-commercial family advertisers. Mail with remittance to: Madison Newspapers, Inc. P.O. Box 8056 Madison, Wi 53708 119 Bids Wanted seen at tht Builders' Exchange In Fond du Lac, Green Bay, and Milwaukee; ot tht F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Milwaukee and Madison: ot DodgeScan In Chlca go; ond al the Northslde Community Design Center In Milwaukee. Bidden requesting drawings and specifications should Identity themselves as Prime Contractors or Subcontractors. No deposit required to obtain documents lor bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee In tht omount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawlno and specifications will be available on February 21, 1V80 ond thereafter. Division of Start Facilities Management Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ; February 28, 1980 INVITATION TO BID DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND TREATME NT FACILITY AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AT BONG RECREATION AREA KENOSHA COUNTY Division Protect No. 781 1 -09 Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., April 1, 1980 Sealed bids for the above proiect will be received for and In behalf of The Deportment ot Natural Re sources by the Division at General Executive Facility II, 8th Floor, 10) South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, before the time and date Indicated above, at which time thev will be opened publicly ond read aloud. Drawings and Specifications have been prepared bv the Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Engineering. In general tht work consists ot the following: 1 3 cell Waste Stabilliotlon Pond ),866lln. ft. Fencing 3,516 lin. ft. 8" and 6" Sewer 1 2,600 lln. ft. 2VV' Sewer Force ! Main I 105.7 vert. ft. 48" Manhole 50 lln. ft. 16" Steel ! Casing Pipe 1 Travel Trailer I Sanitary Station I 2,465 tin, ft. V, V'and IVj" Water line I 4 Drinking Fountains A lump sum bid will be required for oil work contemplated for this proiect. Drawings, specifications ond other bidding documents may be obtained from the Division Plan Distribution Unit, GEF II, Room 863, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, telephone 608266-1436, or mav be seen at the Builders' Exchange in Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Apple-ton, Milwaukee and Dubuque; at the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Milwaukee ond Madison; at Dodge Scan In Chicago; at the Mechanical Exchange In Madison; and at the Northslde Community Design Center In Milwaukee. Bidders requesting drawings and specifications should Identify themselves as Prime Contractors or Subcontractors. No deposit required to obtain documents for bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee In the amount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February 28, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Management Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 28, 1980 INVITATION TO BID DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REBID STADIUM CHANGE ROOM ADDITION UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- ! PLATTEVILLE 1 PLATTE VI LLE, WISCONSIN Division Protect No. 7903-36 ! Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., April 3, 1980 Sealed bids for the above protect will be received for and In behalf of The Board of Regents ot the University of Wisconsin System bv the Division at General Executive Facility II, 8th Floor, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, before the time and date Indicated above, at which time they will be opened publicly and read aloud. Drawings ond specifications have been prepared by the Division's Engineering Services Section. In general the work comprises a 76' by 32' one-story addition consisting of concrete slab on grade, concrete block walls, concrete roof deck, built-up roof, hollow metal doors and frames, related earthwork, extension of existing plumbing, heating and ventilating and electrical, plus two new shower rooms in existing building. Separate lump sum bids will be required, for: 1) General Construction 2) Plumbing 3) Heating and Ventilating 4) Electrical Drawings, specifications and other bidding documents mav be obtained from the Division's Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room 863, tOl South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, tele phone 608266-1436, or may be seen at the Builders' Exchange In Milwaukee, La Crosse, Wausau and Dubuque; at the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Madison; at DodgeScon In Chicago; at the Mechanical Exchange In Madi son; ond at the Northslde Comma nltv Design Center in Milwaukee. Bidders shall identify themselves as Prime or Subcontractors and the division of work being when requesting Bidding Documents. No deposit required to obtain doc uments for bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee In the amount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February 28, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Management Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ : February 28, 1980 DAYS FOR T EXTRA 100 Classified 252-6321 If trwrt ii on trrsr In your ad. eixnt coll us toon as posnoltthtllrsfdov Thanks! 119 Bids Wanted MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES We oi t requesting bids for the work under general construction ot contract for the waste water treatment plant, Whitewater Wl. Plans are on file: F. W. Dodge In Milwaukee and Chicago. AGC offices In Madison, Milwaukee, St. Paul, ond Soring field ond Chicago, IL, Office ot engineer, Office ol the City Clerk, Whllewat tlr, ond our office. qrvule B.MADSEN ft SON, INC. P O Box 7760 ( 502 At las Ave. ) Madison Wl 53707 608 221-3344 INVITATION TO BID OIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT McPHEE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER AND LABORATORY SCHOOL KJER THE AT RE BR EWER HALL HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE EAU CLAIRE, WISCONSIN Division Protect No. 7905-20 Bid Opening: 2:00 P.M., April 1, 1980 Sealed bids for the above proiect will be received for ond In behalf of The Board ot Regents ot the University of Wisconsin System bv the Division at General Executive Facility II, Bth Floor. 101 South Webster Street, Mod I son, Wisconsin 53702, before the time and date indicated above, at which time thev will be opened publicly and read aloud. Drawings and specifications have been prepared bv Otoilns-D'Jock Architects, Ltd., Eau Claire, Wisconsin. n general the work consists ot new elevator shafts, elevators, concrete romps and entrance work. Separate lump sum bids will be required tor: 1) General Construction 2) Mechanical Construction 3) Electrical Construction 4) Elevator Construction Drawings, specifications and other bidding documents mav be obtained from the Division Plan Distribution Unit, GEF 2, Room 863, 101 South Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53702, tele-Phone 608266-1436, or may be seen at the Builders' Exchange In Wausau, La Crosse, Eau Claire, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, ond St. Paul; at the F.W. Dodge Corporation Office In Madison; the North-side Community Design Center In Milwaukee; DodgeScan In Chica go; and the Mechanical Exchange In Madison. Bidders requesting drawings and specifications should identity themselves as Prime Contractors or Sub-Contractors and what division of work Is being considered. No deposit required to obtain doc uments for bidding purposes. Bid Guarantee In the amount of 10 of the Bid must accompany each bid submitted. Drawings and specifications will be available on February 28, 1980 and thereafter. Division of State Facilities Man agement Department ot Administration Madison, Wisconsin PUB.WSJ: February 28, 1980 A TWO STORY frame and ma sonry residence tn Whitewater, Wisconsin, Is available for anyone who would move it off the site. Bids on the building will be re ceived with the understanding that the successful bidder would move It off the site. The mover will be held responsible to remove foundation walls to 0 four foot below grade level, break up of basement floor, and compact fill with sand and gravel to six Inches below grade. The bids must be In bv 12:00 noon, March 15, 1980. Anyone wishing to examine the building and site, please contact Falrhaven Corpo ration, 435 Starfn Road, Whitewater, Wl 53190, (414 ) 473-2140. 140 Personal Interests SINGLES "Friends of the Family" will provide donee music at the Sheriton on Friday beginning at 8 p.m. Sat urday is "Game Night-bring your favorite game and meet a nice bunch of People I Call 233-0895 for further information. ToB.H.on his 30th: The real fun is In its discovery. The present will fade VACATION CENTRAL FLORIDA WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA FOR RENT Efficiency. Com pletely equipped. Weekly, monthly. 30 minutes from Disney World. Also two 2 bedroom du plexes In May. Summer rates after Mav 1st. Linens NOT included. 249-8773. $$ Wanted lunk cars & trucks SSS CASH TALKS 249-540), anytime PAYING TOP CASH for silver & gold coins, class rings, scrap gold IN. on 22 to Pardeeville, D & B Motel. For further Information call Ron, 429-3444. Check prices-the drive Is worth your while I NERVOUS? Do you hate driving short or long dlstonces? If so, call Linaa dj-3'BJ- piprgrn.p. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to JON-PAUL PATRICK ol NECESSITY, 2608 Monroe St. on this, his last publicly announced birthday. From J.M. THE EIGHT steps In successfully meeting others? Ask the LIMozi Society, Box 730, Modison 53701. WANTED: 2 Tickets For Kenny Rogers Concert. 796-2133. Tnxm:nxrnrij i:m:Li:iiJ...Li.i:i:i u NAME- ADDRESS-CITY -STATE. START THE AD ' (Super Savers are published 3 consecutive days, excluding Sunday.) , PUT THE AD IN CLASSIFICATION NO-CHECK ENCLOSED AMOUNT CHARGE THE AD ON VISA MASTERCHARGE CHARGE CARD NO-EXPIRATION DATE. 11 classified 252-6321 want-ads page A THURSDAY 0228BO : WANT AO OEADUNM:' Mm Frl hi, ,n III SK Sun-Ml Ctioit, Sot I I) Oil Olh.f lw Sun . sol in) for Won. 140 Personal Interests HANDSOME DEVIL wants hand, some devllette Tall professional man, 37, eniovs outdoors, ath' letlcs, arts, snences. seeks attrac, five Intelligent college lady with sense of humor. Send photo A reply to Rii0 Co Madison Newspapers. Inc. 53708. WANTED: WRECKED OR JUNK CARS Rick's Junklnt M1-4M4 TAXES PREPARED Will pick up IMMMorJ555 CRAFTSMEN To show their crotts, summer of 'SO of Shake Rog Alley, Mineral Point. For Information call Eadie. 608 34 0J3 We pay TOP PRICES for lunk cars ond trucks. We pick up or you deliver. ON THE SPOT PAYMENT. We re FULLY INSURED. Mondav-Frldav 7:30 am to 4 pm; Sunday 7:30-11:30 am MORRIS HEIFETZ INC. IS07 S. Park St. 33S-09M It you ore a gentleman, SO plus, single, with a good sense of humor and would like to share some tun times and some quiet times with on attractive lady who Is sometimes lonely and has decided to da something about It, then write to R83M, co Madison Newspapers, Madison, Wl 53708 OVERWEIGHT CHILD? The U.W. Psychology Clinic Is storting o weight control program for overweight children, age 9-12. To be eligible, one parent must also be overweight and willing to participate In the program with the child. For further Information, coll the Psychology Clinic at 262-5925 9 a.m. -noon Mon.-Frt. MOVIE LOVERSI Why be crowded, pay high prices and have to wonder who Is going to sit next to vou? See a movie In Stoughton at the Badger Theatre. LET US HAUL YOUR 'Bombs Away" Wrecks-Runable 221-1928 WE BUY CLEAN USED AUTOMOBILES Imports & Domestic TOP DOLLAR PAID 274-1771 Smart Motors, Inc. JUNK CARS and trucks wonted. Fast service and top cash paid. BOB'S TOWINO 34?-5311 VOLUNTEER SERVICES BUREAU 244-6056 The Red Cross needs people to help as clerical oldes, blood program workers, counselors, newswrlters, nurses and safety Instructors. If vou have flexible hours, are people oriented ond entoy variety, call the Red Cross at 255-0021 ext. 26. Friendly visitors needed at Mendota Mental Health institute. Chat with geriatric patients, play bingo or do crofts together, Commitment 2 months, 2 hours pei week flexible. Mature teens or older should call 244-6056 and ask for Katie. Like to do art work In your leisure time? Central Wisconsin Center needs volunteers to Illustrate story books and song books for their developmental disabled clients. Can be done at home. Call 249-2151 ext. 330 to help with these fun protects. The Parental Stress Center has a 24 hour stress line staffed by volunteers trained to listen to parents. The center has volunteer lob openings of people who can answer the stress line of home a couple times per month. One year commitment. Child Care Volunteers are needed for Parents Anonymous meetings Mon. and Thurs. evenings or Tues. ond Wed. davs-Stodium area. Call 251-9464 for more Information. A Billing Secretary Is needed tn near-east side office. No previous experience necessary ond training will be provided. 5 hour per week, flexible scheduling. High school students and adults who are interested please call Respite Emergency Crisis Child Care Center, 256-0673 and ask for Joan. Noon hour volunteer needed 3 times per week to answer phones and schedule appointments at agency which provides counseling services to children and their families and to single par- . ents. Schenk's Corners area. Call Chlldrens Service Society, 249-8506 lor more Information. Mature men and women needed to be companions of Individuals throughout Madison, who because of physical disability or Isolation need extra support and help from a caring friend. (Weekly visits: shopping or sharing a hobbv). For information, call 249-5351 and ask for Volunteer Services Unit, Dane County Advocates for Battered Women still seek a volunteer to do grocery shopping for about 15 women and children. Flexible hours. Applicants must have a cor, entoy working with others, and meeting new friends. Call 251-1237 for more Information. WANTED JUNK CARS AND PICKUPS Top Dollar. 24 : -8027. NEAR EASTSIDE TOODLER ,CENTER Specializing In chfl dren from ages 1-3. Taking registrations for September. Full an..' port time programs. Colt evenings 257-3156. .ZIP- WiM-imsm Matr Journal THE CAPITAL TIMES I 1,1

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