Rose Nazeck, Liquor License Suspension
Group of 13 Licenses Suspended The Liquor Commission announced announced short suspensions of 13 licenses, for alleged violation of the 30 - day credit limit rule. The licensees were cited for aking purchases from distri butors when their accounts were jre than 30 days in arrears, fhe lenath of the suspension period was gauged according to the number of purchases made, it none exceeds seven days. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2280 at Bellevue was rcpri - nded. but its Class "C" license 5 not suspended. .icenses suspended, (icriod of suspension, and type of licens Mao I. lr . Hoaklnt KHhrl n. Thompaon, Greeley; ria.i - . II.. d.y. l.arry r. and Mary Wright, pii William I.. V St (fen. Ilamplon: P. J. Caveraagle. Kails City; pi The citations were based on suits of an audit of wholcsali books. Hearings were held weeK. The commission is in Kearney for a four - day series of hearings on a list of similar citations issued to western Nebraska Two suspensions were issued Monday for alleged sale to minors. The licensees are Rose Nazeck, Omaha, 14 days, Class t, license; and Leroy T. anc Roma J. Baughan. 245 So. 9th, Lincoln, package liquor, 14 days.