Liquor License Suspension
i SuS}H*Ilsi(MIS I Old The ,\cbraska Liquor Control Control Commission reported the suspension of 3 licenses, and set hearings for Oct. 17 on the possible suspension or revoca*! tion of 3 more. The charges against all 3 were related to merchandising merchandising credit and retailers’ monthly credit reports. Sus- pended were the following, including the suspension periods; periods; Jerry Colhns and Joseph Cap, Omaha, retail Cla^i C liquor license; 10 days. William D. Bolin, Blair, retail beer, on and off sale: 30 days. Rose Nazeck, Omaha, retail Class C liquor: 7 days. To be heard Oct, 17 are the following, including commission charges: Helen Poe, Omaha, Class C liquor: permitting gambling in premises Ralph Timm. Plattsmouth. Class C liquor; maintaining premises in unsanitary unsanitary condition ngt condticive to public health and welfare Glenda Sikyta. Auburn; permitting premi.ses to he conducted in a manner as to create public censure and become a nui.sance.