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Greensburg Daily News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Greensburg, Indiana 2�?Greensburg daily news Friday May 9, us deaths wages and prices on record Florence Brewer 67 Florence Brewer 67, . 3, Greensburg died 5 55 . Thursday May 8, 1986, in the Jennings county Community Hospital North Vernon. She had been in failing health the past five months. Brewer was born july 22,1918 in Jackson county ky., the daughter of Sammy and Nannie Gabbert Flannery. She moved to Decatur county in 1952 and was a former Westport resident. She was a member of the amb senior citizens in Milford. She married William h. Brewer april 13, 1940, in Mckee ky., and he preceded her in death aug. 19,1973. She is survived by four daughters mrs. Ronald Kathy Tuley and mrs. Dallas Ruth Tuley both of Greensburg and Wanda Christie and mrs. Jerome Emily Thomo son both of North Vernon four sons Ronald and Charley Brewer both of North Vernon Chester Brewer Lexington ky., and Douglas Brewer Greensburg 22 grandchildren nine great grandchildren several nieces and nephews and four Brothers Charlie and Chester Flannery both of Greensburg and Herman and John Frank Flannery both of London by. She was preceded in death by a daughter Janice Darlene a grandson Donnie Fink one granddaughter Kathy Faye Tuley and one great granddaughter Angela Browder. Funeral services will be i . Monday at the Bass funeral Home Westport. Burial will be in the Milford cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Sunday. John c. Ganote 83 John c. Ganote 83, father of mrs. Ersel Mildred Rogers and a Par time resident of Greensburg died wednesday morning May 7,1986, at the Home of his son John l. Ganote Charlestown. Survivors include his wife Ruth Ganote Charlestown the son three daughters Rogers Ruth Horstman North Vernon and Caroline Pear son Portland Tenn. And eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be i . Saturday at the Grayson funeral Home Charlestown. Burial will be in the pleasant Grove cemetery near Charlestown. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today. Frederick h. Holzhause 61 funeral services for Frederick h. Holzhause Westport. Holzhause 61, Westport will be 1 30 friends May Call today at the Bass . Saturday at the Westport funeral Home in Westport and Wesleyan Church. His survivors saturday after 12 30 . At the include his son f. Timothy Church. Soviets douse nuclear reactor Blaze Moscow up soviet firefighters have smothered the Graphite fire at the chernobyl nuclear Plant and technicians Are trying to encase the reactor in Concrete to Stop leaking radiation. A for the fourth unit there Are relatively Little radioactive releases now a Morris Rosen director of the International atomic Energy Agency nuclear safety division said police blotter wrecks Joanna Martin 43, 721 Montgomery Road was turning South off Montgomery Road onto Lincoln Street thursday morning when she collided with in Oberly a. Loztefr17, . 9, Greensburg Olio was Quot southbound on North Lincoln Street. According to Greensburg police department reports the 8 04 am. Accident caused Between $200 and $1,000 both Martin s 1985 Van owned by Richard Martin 721 Montgomery Road and Lozier a 1979 Sedan owned by Judith a. Ricketts . 9, Greensburg. Daryl j. Koors 20, . 2, Greensburg was northbound on North Lincoln Street thursday night when he attempted to pass Deborah l. Vanderbilt 25, 514 w. Sheridan St., Greensburg on the right and collided with her vehicle. According to Greensburg police department reports Vanderbur was turning right from Lincoln Street into the North Bend Plaza at 6 22 . When Koors passed her. Damage to both Koors 1984 Sedan owned by Don Meyer Ford Amo jeep Renault and Vanderbilt 1978 Sedan owned by Debbie Vanderbur Clarksburg was estimated at Between $200 and $1,000. Oran l. Harrison 71, Westport was attempting to turn North onto Range Street about 20 feet North of Schott Street in Westport from a private drive thursday when he struck a vehicle driven by Lee s. Joerger 17, . 4, Greensburg who was southbound on Range Street. According to Decatur county sheriff s department reports the 12 29 . Accident was caused because Harrison failed to see Joerger. Damage to Harrison s 1978 Sedan was estimated at Between $200 and $1,000. Damage to Joerger s 1974 Sedan was estimated at Between $1,000 and $2,500. 12 52 am. Today that someone was breaking into a vehicle parked in the first Christian Church Corner of Hendricks and Broadway streets parking lot. Police checked and discovered the Erar. Jacked his to in i i Quot through the Sun roof. Maurice Jones 431 s. Broadway St., reported to the Greensburg police department at 9 55 am. Thursday that a Coffee table and two end tables were stolen from his unlocked garage sometime during the past week. The items belonged to Paula Crabtree Rushville. Garcia Ledford reported to the Greensburg police department at 8 22 pm thursday that some people were having a party on the Bonanza lot. When police arrived on the scene the people were gone. Jena Henningsen reported to the Greensburg police department at 8 56 pm. Thursday that someone was trying to get into Henningsen s Flowers and gifts 117 n. Broadway St., through the roof. Police checked the area and were unable to locate Dana Bayless 27, . 3, Greensburg was arrested by the Decatur county sheriff s department and the Greensburg police department at 10 55 am. Thursday for criminal confinement. Robert s. Adams 26, Osgood was arrested by the Westport Deputy marshal at 10 55 pm. Thursday for a felony charge of driving while Deena Taylor reported to the Greensburg police department attire runs the Greensburg fire department received a report of an open fire at the Lowell Clark residence 640 w. Central ave at 7 09 pm. Thursday. Clark was having a cookout and fire officials informed him of the burning ordinance and told him to put a Grill on the fire. How they Are determined Industry change Industry Market deregulation workforce changes Domestic Competition government regulation weather High Arthurs 79 8am. 57 lows Arthurs 51 prep none area forecast tonight Clear. Lows near 50. East winds 5 to to Mph. Saturday partly sunny. Highs mid to upper 70s. Indiana tonight mostly Clear. Lows upper 40s Northeast to near 60 Southwest. Saturday partly sunny. Highs mid 70s to Low 80s.hospital foreign Competition admitted Stacey Bredewater . 4, Box 21, Greensburg Jack Stuart 415 w. Washington St., Greensburg Brian Colvin 101 s. Wilder St., Greensburg Susan Eraser Westport. Dismissed Edith Brown 427 n. Carver St Greensburg Linda Parker . Box 82, Greensburg Theodore Hahn . 7 Box 245aa Greensburg Evalina Aldridge 231 e. Central ave., Greensburg Vernon Smith 1014 n. Carver St Greensburg. Births boy or. And mrs. Brian Eraser Westport. Source the conference Board Nea graphic wages and prices in America depend largely on business Competition in the United states. So report companies in a Survey on decision making. Other key factors recession Industry changes and government Grain Market a Market quotations at the close of the Day thursday were com $2.40 wheat $3.45 soybeans $5.28. Indianapolis up livestock hogs 500 Barrows and gilts Active 1.58-1.75 higher no 1-3 220480 la 47.2048.00 sows moderately Active steady to 50 higher in Light test no 1-3 475-725 la 37.0046.00. Cattle 25 no test. Sheep none. Chicago up a trading was very Choppy Early today in the Grain and soybean Complex on the Chicago Board of Trade. The Market opened higher on follow through buying then turned lower on news that the the fire in the soviet nuclear Plant was out. But there was continued concern Over the Long term effect on soviet crops and that brought the buyers Back into the picture. At mid morning com was unchanged to up 2%, soybeans up 2 to 5 and wheat up 2 to 5v�. The Lack of deliveries and a weaker Dollar supported the Market but scattered Price Protection and a moderate increase in country movement limited the gains. Trading was very quiet in Rotterdam. The mid morning prices Corn May 2.48% up iv4 july 140% up 2% sep 2.17 % up 1%. Soybeans May 5.38 up 2% july 5.42v� up 3v4 aug 5.42 up 2 sep 5.40 up 3. Wheat May 3.53 up 4 july 193 up 2 sep 2.95 up 3. Court report circuit civil cases f fled Phillip Spurgin is. Carol s. Spurgin dissolution. Williams industries is. American Agency life insurance co., the life insurance company of Virginia complaint venue from Shelby county. Kimberly Kelsey is. Albert g. Kelsey dissolution petition for child support filed. Action taken Railroad Many a Federal savings and loan association of Indianapolis is. Richard d. And m. Louise Enos foreclosure agreed decree of foreclosure issued for Railroad Many a Federal to recover $44,939.88 plus $15.05 per diem mortgage foreclosed. Timothy s. Spur Ling 31, address not listed criminal conversion sentenced to one year in the Indiana department of corrections. The state of Indiana is. Joseph c. Moorman Valerie k. Moorman Napoleon state Bank the auditor of Decatur county the treasurer of Decatur county complaint for quiet title agreed judgment with the simple title going to the Moormans and the state must pay the Moormans $425, the Decatur county treasurer Decatur county auditor and the Napoleon state Bank takes nothing from the complaint. Kathleen Ponds Wiatroski is. Richard Russell Ponds dissolution agreed entry issued. Carolyn Horn is. Tim Horn dissolution provisional order issued. Loyd Cole linger Burney theft a a class d felony amended to criminal mischief a a class d felony pleads guilty. Theft a a class d felony dismissed. Receiving stolen property dismissed. Criminal mischief a a class a Misdemeanour amended to criminal mischief a a class d felony pleads guilty. Sentencing scheduled july la at . Casey Shelton North Vernon is. Donald p. Corrington Trenton Ohio Baylor tracking inc., Milan and Owens produce inc., Palmyra damages dismissed. Marlin Robert Parsons is. Grace Colleen Parsons dissolution child support income withholding order issued. Maria Back Fortin is. Michael Gene Back dissolution support order issued child support income withholding order issued. David e. Roach 45, St. Paul child molesting a a class c felony due to sheriff s failure to transport psychological examination rescheduled May 8 at 1 30 pm. David l. Nichols 26, Milford child molesting a a class c felony motion to limit testimony granted no reference to the length of imprisonment for conviction be mentioned during jury selection or the trial without the courts permission. James w. Nichols 32, Milford child molesting a a class b felony motion to limit testimony granted no reference to the length of imprisonment for conviction be mentioned during jury selection or the trial without the courts permission trial scheduled May 12 at 9 . Barbara sue Heath is. Raymond l. Anderson dissolution agreed support order issued. Terri s. West is. Danny l. Mains dissolution child support order issued. Indiana insurance companies is. Robert e. Black . 5, Greensburg Kenneth Meyer 519 n. Carver St., Greensburg and John Doe an unknown elderly gentleman negligence dismissed. Peggy Caudill risk is. Julian Caddell dissolution reciprocal filed agreed judgment issued. Napoleon lumber co. Is. Wausau insurance co., fraud dismissed. Carla j. Abel is. Larry r. Abel dissolution provisional order issued. Home Federal savings Bank is. Sharon k. Wiley Crosby loan judgment of $29,641.87 against Crosby garnishment on $2,356.81 and 12 percent annual still unpaid. Brenda k. Bischoff 16, . 9, Greensburg a minor consuming alcohol $50fine and court costs. Victor d. Dance 20, 321 w. North St., Greensburg a minor consuming alcohol $50fine and court costs. Ronnie w. Hitch 900 n. Davidson St., Greensburg driving while intoxicated a a class a Misdemeanour probation violated sentenced to 50 Days in jail. Regina Lynn Reynolds is. Wayne Reynolds dissolution divorce granted child support income withholding order issued. Alfred Lee Waisman is. Peggy Lou Waisman dissolution divorce granted. Angela sue Jacobs is. Jim Daryl Jacobs dissolution divorce granted child support income withholding order issued. Anjanette l. Dove is. Jeffrey w. Dove dissolution restraining order issued. Bert Jones address not listed furnishing alcohol to a minor trial scheduled May 29 at 9 a in. Kim Vinson is. Roger Vinson dissolution divorce granted. Marlin r. Parsons is. Grace Colleen Parsons dissolution divorce granted. Dale Roberts address not listed delivery of Over 30 Grams of marijuana a a class d felony jury returns not guilty verdict. Peggy Ann Compton is. Stephen m. Compton dissolution divorce granted. General motors acceptance corporation is. Michael d. And Ruth Leake breach of contract Michael d. Leake dismissed from suit. Jackie Lucas is. Gary t. Barksdale d.d.s., malpractice dismissed after settled. Edward Plowman Clarksburg criminal non support dismissed. Clarence Cupp is. Gerald c. Cupp Harold m. Cupp doing business As Cupp farms the state of Indiana the Indiana department of Revenue the Decatur county assessor Union Bank and Trust co. Of Greensburg the first National Bank of Louisville Sears Roebuck co., Peet s feeds inc., David l. Mchenry and the United states of America through the internal Revenue service foreclosure judgment of $591,7514 plus $1400 attorney fees against Gerald c. Cupp and Harold m. Cupp doing business As Cupp farms and against the real estate owned by Gerald Cupp claims from All other persons including the other defendants Are barred and the real estate shall be sold by the sheriff with proceeds going for payment of court costs and Legal fees and the expense of the sheriff s Sale $591,751.13 and $1,500 attorney fees to Clarence Cupp and to other parties with an interest. Geri Schweinhart is. David Schweinhart dissolution child support income withholding order issued. Kimberly Sweet scheduler is. Robert h. Scheibler dissolution divorce granted. Laura a. Jarbo is. Dick t. Jarbo dissolution provisional order issued. Diana s. Klene is. Robin r. Klene dissolution divorce granted. Amyjo Ruble is. Orvel Ruble dissolution divorce horse and Pony judging set saturday continued from Page one Bostic committeeman Joan Bostic vice committeeman Greensburg precinct three sue Collee committeeman John Collee vice committeeman Greensburg precinct four Connie Mitchell committeeman skip Mccarthy vice committeeman. Also Greensburg precinct six David w. Jarvis committeeman Judy Doerflinger vice committeeman Greensburg precinct seven sue Ann Bass committeeman Bill Froeber vice committeeman Adams Dennis w. Shuppert committeeman Trudy Lewis vice committeeman Marion Earl Mitchell Evans committeeman Edith Evans vice committeeman Washington John h. Peters committeeman Phyllis Hamilton vice committeeman. Black said he did not know How Many ballots would be required to elect a chairman but did not believe it would be referred to the state gop Central committee. A we May decide it on the first and we May decide it on the second a Black said. A we will do what it Westhafer also said he does not think it will be an extended meeting but his Side is prepared if that happens. The area i and h horse and Pony judging contest will be saturday May to at the Jennings county Fairgrounds. 4-h�?Ters from 18 Southeastern and sout Central counties Wil participate in the contest. The winners of the contest will Advance to the state finals june 5, at Purdue. 4-h Day at Redbush Park 4-h�?Ters Are once again being invited to re Brash Park in Jackson county for a special 4-h Day june to. Tickets will be available from the Extension office for $4.95. The Price includes the rides plus a soft drink and hot dog. We need to know how4-hand youth report Many tickets to order. Anyone interested should Call the Extension office at 663-8388. Four Leaf clovers the four Leaf clovers 4-h club met May 5 at the Home of the Leader. Six members were present the meeting was called to order by Secretary Karen Fugate. The group discussed the Mcdonald Coupon books. Legal advertising advertisement for bids town of Westport Westport Wastewater works project Decatur county Indiana notice is hereby Given that the town of Westport Decatur county Indiana by and through its Board of trustees hereinafter referred to As the owner will receive sealed proposals for the construction of the Westport Wastewater works project in Westport Decatur county Indiana. Sealed proposals Are invited and May be forwarded by registered mails addressed to the town in care of the clerk treasurer or delivered in person to the bid opening and will be considered by the owner at a Public meeting called to receive and open such proposals provided that same shall have been received not later than 1 30 . Local time on june to 1986, at the town Hall Westport Indiana 47283. Proposals received after such hours May be returned unopened. The project will be constructed in one i contract division which is defined and outlined As follows Wastewater treatment facilities improvements and sewer system rehabilitation sewer related work includes Legal advertising rehabilitation of storm sewer crossing and manholes in the sanitary collection system one i new storm sewer segment and upgrading of the main raw sewage pumping station. Wastewater treatment improvements include the construction of a new 12 acre waste stabilization Lagoon and cleaning and restoration of the two 2 existing lagoons approximately to acres total surface area. Other Plant construction shall include a new equipment storage building Lagoon Transfer and Drain structures Influent and effluent flow metering facilities Stream measurement installation All Plant valves and piping new Force main and water Supply line Access and site roads electrical work and miscellaneous site work. Safety equipment a portable trash pump and standby electrical Generator module and additional facility service equipment will also be furnished. Plans and specifications for the project Are on file and May be examined at the following locations Commonwealth engineers inc. A Greenwood Indiana . Dodge office a Indianapolis and it. Wayne builders Exchange a Louisville Kentucky construction league a Indianapolis Indiana town Hall a Westport Indiana in Legal advertising Diana state office of minority business Enterprise a Indianapolis Indiana Indiana business develop ment foundation Indianapolis Indiana. Revised july. 1985 revised october 1985 revised december 1985. Copies of the plans and specifications May be obtained upon payment of a non refundable fee of one Hundred dollars $100.00 in the form of a Check or Money order made payable to Commonwealth engineers inc. Requests for plans and specifications must also include a a return Street address Post office Box numbers Are not acceptable. Partial sets of plans and or specifications Are not available. Copies of any and All addenda which May be issued for this project shall be included with the purchased documents or shall be forwarded to All plan and specification holders. Questions regarding the contract documents should be directed to the Greenwood. Indiana office of Commonwealth engineers inc., Telephone number 317 888 1177. Inquires should be directed to either the project design Engineer or project manager. The work to be performed and the proposal to be submitted shall include sufficient and proper sums for Legal adverting All general construction mechanical installation labor materials tools equipment taxes both Federal and stat permits. Licenses insurance service costs and so Forth incidental to and required for the construction of the facilities. Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the title of the project and the name and address of the bidder. All proposals must be submitted on the proposal forms As shown in the specifications and contract documents. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified Check or acceptable bidder s Bond made payable to the owner in a sum of not less than five percent 5% of the total amount of the highest aggregate proposal which Check or Bond will be held by the owner As evidence that the bidder will if awarded the contract enter into the same with the owner upon notification from him to do so within ten to Days of said notification. Approved performance and pay ment Bonds guaranteeing faithful and proper performance of the work and materials to be executed by an acceptable surety company will be required of the contractor at the time he executes his contract. The Legal advertising Bond will be in the amount of 00% of the contract Price and must be in full Force and effect for a period of 12 months from the Date of acceptance of and final payment for the work. The owner reserves the right to reject any proposal or All proposals or to accept any proposal or proposals or to make such combination of proposals As May seem desirable and to waive any and All if formalities in bidding. Any proposal May be withdrawn prior to the above scheduled time for the opening of proposals or authorized postpone ment thereof. Any proposal received after the time and Date specified shall not be considered. No proposal May be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids for at least one Hundred Twenty 120 Days. A conditional or qualified bid will not be accepted. Revised july 1985 All applicable Laws ordinances and the rules and regulations of All authorities having jurisdiction Over construction of the projects shall apply to the projects throughout. Proposals shall be properly and completely executed on proposal forms included in the specifications. Proposals shall include Indiana questionnaire form no. 96a provided and executed by the bidder All Legal advertising As required by statute. The owner May make such investigations As deemed necessary to determine the ability of the bidder to perform the work and the bidder shall furnish to the owner All such information and data for this purpose As the owner May request. The owner reserves the right to reject any bid if the evidence submitted by or investigation of such bidder fails to satisfy the owner that such bidder is properly qualified to carry out the obligations of the agreement and to Complete the work contemplated therein. Each bidder is responsible for inspecting the project Sites and for Reading and being thoroughly familiar with the contract documents. The failure or omission of any bidder to do any of the foregoing shall in no Way relieve any bidder from any obligation in respect to its bid. Wage rates on the project shall not be less than the prescribed scale of wages determined in accordance with chapter 319 of the acts of the Indiana general Assembly for the year 1935. And All acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto or Federal wage scale published by the . Department of labor whichever is the higher. The contract documents contain Legal advertising certain Federal Laws and regulations. Specifically the bidders at Tention should be directed to the following requirements 40 car 33.240 a Small minority. Women s and labor supplies area businesses. 40 car 33.290 a Cost and Price considerations. 40 car 33.295 a sub agreements awarded by a contractor. 40 car sub part f a sub agreement provisions 40cfr sub part g a protests. These documents including the entire 40 car part 33 regulations Are found in part 4 of the specifications on pages sgc-19 through sgc-32. Bidders on this work shall be required to comply with the provisions of othe president s executive order no. 11246, As amended. The bidders shall also comply with the requirements of 41 car part 60-4 entitled construction contractors a affirmative action requirements. A copy of 41 car part 60-4 May be found in supplemental general conditions of the specifications. The owner will finance the project costs to be reimbursed by the Epa and the state budget Agency with a Grant anticipation note issued under Indiana code 5-19-1.5, pursuant to which amounts owed to contractors Legal advertising will be timely paid prior to reimbursement from the Epa and the state budget Agency. All bidders should take into account the use of such interim financing. The contractor s attention is directed to the six 6 affirmative Steps that must be taken to assure that Small minority and women s businesses Are used when possible As sources of supplies construction and services. These Steps Are shown under 40 car 33.248. Any contract awarded under this advertisement for Bidi Are sex pee Ted to be funded in part by a Grant from the United states environmental Protection Agency. Neither the United states nor any of its departments agencies or employees is or will be a party to this advertisement for bids or any resulting contract. Town of Westport Indiana Board of trustees Paul Johnson president attest Virginia Allen clerk treasurer dated april la. To revised december 1985 do May 2.9 w a May 2.9

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