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6B Lincoln Journal Star Wednesday, March 20. 1996 RECORDS Obituaries Alexander Irene Grace UehHng, 82, 22ta S. 34th St.. died Sunday (31 796). , 1f Services: 1:30 p.m. Friday, Butherus, Maser & Love Chapel, 4040 A St. Visitation:. Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., funeral home. No. viewing. Memorials to Lincoln General Hospital Oncology Department or doctor's choice. . Berrtadt Joshua David. Lincoln, born at rest, died Monday (31 896). r "Services:1 10 a.m. today, St. Mary's Catholic Church. 14th and K streets. Me-mortals in care of family. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. 6800 S. 14th St. XSraf Sheila Lee, 72, Lincoln, died Tuesday (31996). Born. Grand Island. Hpoiemaker. Former teacher, Omaha Public, Schools. Member, Lincoln Unitarian Church; Lincoln University Club:. Delta Gamma; ' Nebraska Art Association; YWCA; League of Women Voters; Sierra Club. Former member, Omaha Junior League. Volunteer, YWCA and other child care centers; tutor, Southeast Community College, Corrections Department; Mayor's Committee for International Friendship; Chet Ager Nature Center. Survivors: husband.' Burket E.; sons, David and Richard Dinsmore, both Lincoln, Stephen Din: srhore, Minneapolis; daughters, Lee Tyler, Unadjlla, N.Y., Barbara Fteege. Ft. Dodge, Iowa; brother, Dr. Hugh Dickinson, Seattle; sisters, Jean Ames. Lincoln, Ann Mactier, Rae Keogh, both Omaha; stepsons, Ted, Condon, Mont., Los Angeles,; stepdaugh-terSf.Katherine Murphy, Colorado Springs, Colo., Julie Schlussel, Clearwater, Fla.; three grandchildren. Services to be held April 10, Lincoln Unitarian Church. Cremation. No visitation. Memorials to donor's choice. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St.D Greb Elaine M 65, Lincoln, died Tuesday (31996). Born, Lincoln. Member, First German United Church of Christ. Lincoln; Yesterday and Today's Doll Clubr 4L Society, Shim Sham Dancers, WSI Society. Survivors: husband. Ralph, Lincoln; son, daughter-in-law, Richard A. and Nancy A. Greb, Davey; daughter, son-in-law, Nanette J. and John D. Wright, Scottsdale, Ariz.; sister, Darlene Gardner, Lincoln; caregiver, sister-in-law, Margaret Anne Greb, Westland, Mo.; grandsons, Jeremy, Jesse Wright, Scottsdale, Ariz. Preceded in death by parents, Walter and Elizabeth Hanneman. Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. The Rev. Herbert Wenz. Visitation: today, 'noon-9 p.m., funeral home. Memorials to First German United Church of Christ or New Hope. Grof Donald N., 37. Lincoln, died Monday (31896). Born, Tecumseh. Lighting consultant. White Electric, 12 years. Member, St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Tecumseh. Survivors: Corey G. Phillips, Jinnohn Troeger. both Lincoln; parents. Tom and Rose. Tecumseh; sister, brother-in-law, Ann Grof and Dave Kempkes, Imperial; brother, Tom Jr., Tecumseh; aunts, uncles, George and Francis Schmidt, Gene Kemer, Wanda Nielsen, all Tecumseh; cousins. Preceded in death by brother, William, grandparents. Memorial services: 2 p.m. Friday. First-Plymouth Congregational Church, 2000 D St. The Rev. John P. Smeltzer. Inurnment graveside services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, St. Andrew's Catholic Cemetery, Tecumseh. Memorials to Nebraska AIDS Project, in care of Corey Phillips. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 1 4th St.D Hand Alda (widow of Fay). 83, Lincoln, formerly Seward, died Tuesday (3 1996). Member, Seward United Methodist Church. Survivors: daughter, son-in-law, Janet and Glen Kroese, Firth; brothers, Delbert Chapman. Salem, Ore., Donald Chapman. Lancaster, Calif.; sister, Eleanor Hackbart, Woodburn, Ore.; nieces; nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Friday. Wood Brothers Funeral Home Chapel. Seward. The Rev. Doris Harlan. Seward Cemetery. Visitation: begins 1 p.m. Thursday, funeral home.O Hart Luther, 70, Lincoln, died Tuesday (31296). Services: 1 p.m. today, Metcalf Funeral Home Chapel, 245 N. 27th St. Memonals to family, 510 A St., Lincoln, NE 68502. 0 Hormandl Alice, 73, Wilber, formerly Lincoln, died Friday (31 596). Services: 10:30 a.m. today, Zajicek Funeral Home, Wilber. Memorials to family in care of funeral home. Hubbell the Rev. Uverna A. (widow of the Rev. Tod V. Hubbell Sr.), 92, Lincoln, died Saturday (31 696). Services: 1 1 a.m. Thursday. Southview Christian Church. 2040 S. 22nd St. Private bunak No graveside services. Pallbearers: Lyle Ashelford, Richard Boehmer, Albert French, John Gilbert. Lyle Marsden, George Roseberry. Visitation: until 9 p.m. today. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St.; one hour before services, church. Memorials to church. Hubka James W. Sr., 89, Lincoln, died Sunday (317,96). Services: 1:30 p.m. today. Butherus, Maser 4 Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Visitation: funeral home. Kelley Helen, 89, Lincoln, died Monday (31 896). Survivors: sister-in-law, Shirley; nieces; nephews. Services: 3 p.m. Friday. Lincoln Memorial Fyneral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation: Pending.D Lovelace Claude D.. 62, Lincoln, died Sunday (31 796). Services: 10 a.m. today, Metcalf Funeral-Home. 245 N. 27th St. Pallbearers: Jack,; Gary, Mike and Alan Lovelace, Tracy Ward, John Krueger. Visitation: today, 8 a.m. Until services, funeral home. Memorials to' Salvation Army, 2625 Potter St., Lincoln, NE 68503. Mann Amanda Jean, 17, Portland, Ore., died Friday (31596). No services. Cremation. Memorials to mother, 347 Airport Road, Lehighton, Pa. 18235. Zeller Chapel of the Roses, Portland, Ore. McDonald Leone, 90, 101 S.W. 63rd St.. died Sunday (31 796). Services: 10 a.m. Friday, Trinity Lutheran Church. 12th and H streets. Visitation:; today. Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m., Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040! A St. Family will greet fnends 6-8 p.m. Thursday, funeral home. Memorials to family. Pardee Dr. Alton M 89. Lincoln, died Sunday (31796). Born. Vinton, Iowa. Practiced general dentistry in Lincoln (1932-1996). Graduate, Lincoln High School, NU. College of Dentistry (1932). Obituaries listed The following persons are listed in today's obituaries: Alexander, Irene Grace Uehling Allen, Gerald R. "Jerry" Barber, Robert L. Basel, Bernard Ray "Bud" . Bernadt, Joshua David ' Bredow, Ida M. Ehlers, Clara A. . Graf, Sheila Lee Greb, Elaine M. Grof, Donald N. Hand, Alda Harl, Luther ' ' Heidemann, Rev. Leonard W. Hormandl, Alice Hubbell, Rev. Uverna A. Hubka, James W. Sr. Johnson, Bernt E. Kelley, Helen Lovelace, Claude D. Lusk, Carol L. Mann, Amanda Jean Maurer, Milton H. "Mite" McDonald, Leone ' Miller, D. Wayne Naber, Marie W. Northrop, George F. Pardee, Dr. Alton M. . Pena, Antonio Phillips, Florine E. Semin, Evelyn A. Shipp, John R. ' Simmons, L. Edward Steinkamp, Keith K. White, Willard Chester Williamson, Gwen A. Wirschke, Wilhelmina The Lincoln Journal Star runs, free of charge, a one-time notice of any death in Lincoln, in the Nebraska area served by . the newspaper, or of any former longtime resident. There are some limits on the '. amount of information that may be in-, eluded. Paid obituaries include more information and will be repeated in limited form until the day of services. Photographs of acceptable quality will be run with paid obituaries. An additional fee is charged for obituaries with photographs. To place an obituary, call 473-731 1 from 2-10 p.m. daily. The newspaper will verify obituaries provided by individuals. Lifetime member. First Christian Church, Palladian, American Dental Association. Nebraska Dental Association, Lincoln District Dental Association. Survivors: sons, James A., Robert C, both Lincoln, David E., Sheridan, Wyo.; nranrir. hilHrpn PARDEE Christine L. Halfhill, Des Moines, Iowa, Michael R., Thomas C. Pardee, both Lincoln; nieces; nephews; cousins. Preceded in death by wife, Ruth Evelyn; parents, Ernest and Eva. Graveside services: 10 a.m. Friday. Lincoln Memorial Park. Family, friends may gather at Gate 2. Memorial services: 11 a.m. Friday. First Christian Church. 430 S. 16th St. The Rev. Dr. Robert A. Kunz. No visitation. Memorials to First Christian Church Foundation. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. 6800 S. 14th St. Pena Antonio, 17, died Thursday (31496). Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. 6800 S. 14th St. Shipp John R., 82. 5715 Holdrege St., died Sunday (31 796). Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday. United Lutheran Church, 5945 Fremont St. Visitation: Wadlow-Rozanek Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. Memorials established to church or Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. Simmons L. Edward. 86. 5406 Pioneers Blvd., died Monday (31896). Services: 10 a.m. Friday. College View Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4015 S. 49th St. Visitation: begins noon Thursday. Wadlow-Rozanek Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. Memorials established to church or American Cancer Society. Steinkamp Keith K., 42, Plymouth, formerly Lincoln, died Tuesday (31 996) in Beatrice. Born, Beatrice. Former employee, Dale's Electronics. Columbus. Ray s Music, Crete, Stan's Music and Vending, Lincoln, Genex Corp., Beatrice. Survivors: wife, Brenda, Plymouth; son, Eric. Plymouth; parents. Fred and Inez, Beatrice; brother, Kent, Beatrice; sister, Kathryn Fisher, Maryville, Mo.; nieces; nephews; cousins. Memorial services: 1 1 a.m. Friday. Peace Lutheran Church, rural Plymouth. Burial of cremains: Plymouth. Family prayer service: 10:45 a.m. Friday, fellowship room, church. Memorial book will be available for signatures 8 a.m.-5 p.m. through Thursday. Fox Funeral Home, Beatrice. Memorials established with funeral home in charge. Williamson Gwen A 54. Omaha, formerly Lincoln, died Sunday (31796). Survivors', son, Jellery Scott Miller, Omaha; daughter, son-in-law. Patti-Jean and David Churchill, Leavenworth, Kan.; brother, sister-in-law. Donald M. and Jean Gerhard. Omaha; grandchildren, David Michael, Wenona-Katherine "Katie," Ruth Elizabeth. Miriam Joy. all Omaha; nephew, Mike Gerhard, Omaha; nieces, Hope, Nicole Gerhard, both Omaha. Memorial services: 1 1 a.m. Thursday, First Christian Church, 16th and K streets. The Rev. Bob Kunz. Memorials to American Cancer Society. Troia Funeral Home, Omaha. Wirschke Wilhelmina, 85, Lincoln, died Sunday (31796). Services: 2 p.m. today, Roper & Sons Mortuary. 4300 O St. Visitation: until services, mortuary. Memonals to family. Out Of Town Allen Gerald R. "Jerry," 71. Pleas-' ant Dale, died Sunday (31796) in Lincoln. Services: 11 a.m. today. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation: until services, funeral home. Memorials to American Heart Association or Pleasant Dale United Methodist Church. Barber Robert L.. 80, Fairbury. died Sunday (31796). Services: 2 p.m. Thursday. -Immanuel Lutheran Church, east of Daykin. Visitation: today, Nuckolls-Mayer Chapel, Fair-bury; Thursday, one hour before services, Church. Memorials to family's choice. Basel Bernard Ray "Bud," 64, Cere-sco, died Saturday (31 696). Services: 10 a.m. today, American Lutheran Church, Ashland. Viewing: one hour before services, church. Memorials to VA Medical Center, 600 S. 70th St., Lincoln, NE 68510; or Ashland Gun Club, Ashland. NE 68003. Nelson Funeral Home, Ceresco. Bredow Ida M. (widow of Fred), 87, Seward, died Sunday (31 796). Services: 1 :30 p.m. today, St. John Lutheran Church, Seward. Visitation: today, 8-11 a.m.. Wood Brothers Funeral Home, Seward; one hour before services, church. Ehlers Clara A., 89, Hebron, died Sunday (31 796). . Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Hacker Funeral Home, Hebron. Visitation: today. 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m. until services, funeral home. Memorials established, Heidemann Rev. Leonard W., 84, Seward, died Monday (31896). Born, Tobias. Ministry at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Staplehurst, 1936; chaplain, U.S. Army (1942-45); pastor, St. Peter's Lutheran, Wymore (1945-48); St. John Lutheran, Garner, Iowa (1949-54); Trinity Lutheran, Hinton, Iowa (1955-57); St. John Lutheran, Seward (1957-1970); Faith Lutheran, Pierre, S.D. (1970-74); returned to St. John Lutherant Seward, until retirement in 1 994. Ministry service to the church at large. Member, Board for Higher Education of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (1953-67); chair, task force to study future of synod's colleges and seminaries in North America; synod's Board of Parish Education, eight years; synod's Commission on Ministerial Health; chairman. Rural Life Commission of the synod's Iowa District West; circuit councilor for the Algona Circuit in Iowa West District. Graduate, St. John's College, Winfield, Kan.; Concordia Seminary. St. Louis, Mo. Bachelor's degree in education, University of Nebraska (1948); master's degree in sociology, Iowa State University (1950); honorary doctorate, St. Louis Seminary (1964). Recognized preacher by Concordia Publishing House, several sermons in the Concordia Pulpit series. Survivors: wife, Dorothea; daughters, son-in-law, Barbara and Don McMahon, Taylorville, III., Virginia Hughes, Seward; sons, daughters-in-law, Gene and Kathy Heidemann, Philip and Mary Heidemann, all Daykin, Mark and Teri Heidemann, Seward: daughter-in-law, Dorothy Heidemann, Lincoln: sister, Evelyn Lam-mel, Arapahoe; sister-in-law, Helen Chirn-i side. Beatrice; 14 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by wife, Violef: parents; son. Keith; brothers, John and Frederick A.; sisters, Amanda Holtmeier. Rose Burkhart. Lydia Meyer, Anna Drees. Ida Mead, Clara and Frieda Heidemann. Services: 2 p.m. Friday, St. John Lutheran Church, Seward. The Revs. Fred Gersch, Steve Hess. Pallbearers: Ted and John Hughes. John. Ben. Michael and Eric Heidemann, Peter Koepp, Doug Gremel. Marlin Brune. Memorials to church. Volzke Mortuary, Seward.D Johnson Bernt E., 96, Fremont, formerly Mead, Wahoo. died Sunday (3 1796). Born, Malmo. Retired farmer. Employee, University of Nebraska Field Laboratory, Mead. Survivors: sister, Gorline, Fremont. Services: 2 p.m. today. Edensburg Lutheran Church. Malmo. Edensburg Lutheran Cemetery, Malmo. Visitation: one hour before services, church. Moser Memorial Chapel, Fremont. , . . : Lusk i Carol L., 86, Crete, formerly Columbus, Ohio, died Sunday (31796). Private inurnment. Memorials to Crete Manor. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Maurer Milton H. "Mitz". 82. York, died Tuesday (31996). Born. York. Retired colonel. Nebraska Army National Guard. Survivors: wife, Sophie; daughter, Patricia Blevens. River Forest. III.; sister, Florence Larson,. York: brother, Cy. Seward: two grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday. First Presbyterian Church. York. Graveside services: Greenwood Cemetery, York. Memorials to church or cemetery. Metz Mortuary, York. Miller D. Wayne. 86. Wymore, died Tuesday (31996) in Beatrice. Born. Blue Springs. Employee, maintenance department. Northern Gas Co. Survivors: wife, Erma; sons, Dr. Gale W., Cincinnati, Marion L. "Butch," Sedona, Ariz.; sister, Estel "Peg" Walizer. Valdosta, Ga.; eight grandchildren; great-granddaughter; nieces; nephews Services: 10.30 a.m. Friday, Wymore United Methodist Church, Wymore. Family prayer service: 7 p.m. Thursday, Laughlin-Hoevet Funeral Home, Wymore. Visitation: until 9 p.m. Thursday, funeral home; Friday, one hour before services, church. Memorials to Wymore Rescue Unit or Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital. Naber Marie W. (widow of Ernest), 90, Seward, died Sunday (31 796). Services: 1 :30 p.m. Thursday, St. John Lutheran Church, Seward. Burial: 3:30 p.m. Thursday, St. John Lutheran Cemetery, rural Waco. Visitation: Thursday, one hour before services, church. Memorials to St. John Lutheran Church Tape Ministry. Wood Brothers Funeral Home. Seward. Northrop George F., 80, Martell, died Sunday (31796). Services: 1 p.m. today. Sprague Community Church, Sprague. Additional services: 2 p.m. Thursday. Runyan Funeral Home, Louisburg, Kan. Visitation: one hour before services. Runyan Funeral Home, Louisburg. Kan. Memorials in lieu of flowers to Hallam Rescue Squad or Sprague Community Church. Kuncl Funeral Home, Crete. Phillips Florine E., 67, Elmwood, died Tuesday (31996). Fusselman-Wymore-Hammons-Mar-shall Funeral Home, Elmwood.D Semln Evelyn A., 79, Plainfield, III., formerly Brainard, died Sunday (31796). Services: 10 a.m. Thursday, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Brainard. Rosary: 7 p.m. today, Holesovsky Mortuary, Brainard. Visitation: today, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., mortuary. .''. White Willard Chester, 79, Nebraska City, died Sunday (31796). Born. Atchison County, Mo. John Deere employee, Athen Implement, Hamburg, Iowa, Masters Implement, Nebraska City. Former manager. Electro Gas. Nebraska City. Survivors: first wife. Mildred Miller, Hamburg, Iowa; son, Gary, Waco, Texas; stepson, Harry Adams, Lindenhurst, III.; brothers, Glen, Riverton, Iowa, Earl, West Lake, La., Oral, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Alvin, Scottsdale, Ariz.; sister, Margaret Carlson, Council Bluffs, Iowa; five grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren; nieces; nephews. Services: 2 p.m. today, Fusselman-Wy-more-Hammons-Marshall Funeral Home, Nebraska City. Wyuka, Nebraska City. Memorials to Hamburg (Iowa) Volunteer Fire Department. Kansas. Nebraska HASTINGS (AP) - A Kansas corporation and a Nebraska corporation have agreed to clean up soil in an area that is part of a Superfund site near Hastings, the U.S. attorneys office said. Farmland Industries Inc. of Kansas and Cooperative Producers Inc. of Nebraska also agreed in a pro Births March 17 Belew, Kondlyn (Phillips) and Corey, Palmyra, girl, St. Elizabeth. March 18 Baker, Nancy (Settles) and James, 4501 Hill Drive, girl. Bryan Memorial. Brasch, Loraine (Wilhelm) and Kyle, Lincoln, boy. Bryan Memorial. Brown, Denise (Snell) and Tim, 4130 Everett St.. boy. Bryan Memorial. Callihan, Michelle (Drinkwine) and Blair, girl, Bryan Memorial. Craghead, Sonia (Limas) and Dale, 3035 N. 64th St.. gut St. Elizabeth. Qale, Claudia (Hepworth) and James. Mar-tell, girl. St. Elizabeth. Hofferber, Dan (Stutheit) and Kevin, Greenwood, girl. Bryan Memorial. Hor an, Tina (Sornson) and John, Lincoln, girl, Bryan Memorial. Poskochil, Lonnie (Waline) and Frank, Roca, girl. St. Elizabeth. Samuelson, Karla. and Fusco, Mark. 3355 Dudley St.. boy. Bryan Memorial. Schernikau, Anne (Stephens) and Jon, Lincoln, girl. Bryan Memorial. March 19 Akeson, Sonya (Ptacek) and Curt, Dorchester, boy. St. Elizabeth. Out of Town Burnett, Kristin (Dorn) and Greg, Ft. Hood, Texas, boy. born March 1 . ' Marriage licenses Campbell, Alfred R . 73. 6625 Fremont St., and Adams, Geraldene F.. 70, Ashland. Davis, Clinton A., 22. 2330 N. 44th St., and Koenig, Vicki L. 22. 2330 N. 44th St. Dixon, Shawn L. 22. 158 Lakewood Drive, and Brethouwer, Michelle L, 19. 158 Lakewood Drive. Dunn, John Edward, 19, Beatrice, and Krotz, Heather Renee, 21 , Beatrice. Graham, Jeffrey T., 31, 2910 N.W. Eighth St., and Fessler, Roxanne R., 35, 2910 N.W. Eighth St. Lobb, Dale T., 35. 5921 Robin Court, and Tauer, Maureen M 43, 5921 Robin Court. Tandon, Vikas, 29, 2127 E St., No. 2, and Denham, Pauline Ruth. 27. 2127 E St.. No. 2. Tyner, William Ardean. 24. 6300 Hartley St., and Ware, Christine Renee. 23. 6300 Hartley St. Zarate, Michael Joseph. 24. Killeen, Texas, and Rogers, Laurie Ann. 20. Davey. Divorce decrees Shafer, Neil Leroy and Agiy Jean. Rogman. Patncia Sue and Kevin Dean. Courts Minimum sentences for publication, one or more of the following: 10 days jail. $250 total fine, six months probation or license suspension, probation revocation. Also published: bindovers to District Court. Court costs additional to fines. Age. address, if any. from public record. Corrections will be made only if public record was reported incorrectly. District Court (Sentencing judge's name in parentheses after sentence.) Terroristic Threats Gant, Christopher A , 24. 3841 N. 17th St. Also: attempted terrorist threats. 15 months-27 months prison (McGinn). Third Degree Assault Nguyen, Khanh H.. 20. 911 S. 13rh St., amended from second degree assault. Also: second degree assault, amended from use of weapon to commit felony. 180 days jail (McGinn). Nootz, Randall John. 28. 1312 Sumner St., amended from first degree false imprisonment. Also: violate protection order, amended from terroristic threats. Seven months jail. (McGinn). Child Abuse . Sutton, Michael Scott, 23, 1224 S. 21st St. One year prison. (McGinn). Driving Under Suspension Partsch, Shane P., 23. 6112 F St. Nine months ail. (McGinn). Second Degree Assault Whitesell, Todd A.. 29. 416 N.W. 13th St. Six months jail. (McGinn). County Court Driving While Intoxicated Dey, Daren L. 27. 7720 Mesa Road. 27, One year probation. Oberg, Johnny. 20, Lawrence. One year probation. Good Grief. CHARLIE BROWN'S KIPS Heipmg kits cope win the death da parent FOR MEETING INFORMATION CALL 483-1845 Free Design. Free Engraving. Free Delivery. Free Installation. You get it all at Speidell. All backed by quality product, worksmanship and service. Pain may be eliminated for millions KSPECIAL) - A new drug has been approved that is exciting research' ers in the treatment of pain. 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Wttffti Ormf. ta Record . . - ' : ' :-. : Havelock Pharmacy 6136 Havelock Ave. 466-2319 Van Dorn Pharmacy 1725 Van Dorn St. 423-2367 - rnmnanies will clean posed consent decree to reimburse the federal government for $954,019 in investigative and oversight costs borne by the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Attorney Tom Mo-naghan of Omaha said Monday. An investigation revealed the presence of hazardous substances that had been used in grain fumiga- McCarter, Jason M., 21, 930 Rutland Drive, No. 408. One year probation. Delivery of Controlled Substance Jones, Johnnie, 30, 2101 D St., No. 14. Bound to District Court. $10,000 bond. ' Driving Under Suspension . Britain, Andrew J., 19, 644 S. 26th St. One year license suspension, $200. Bradley, Holbert S. Jr., 34. 3017 Randolph St. Six months probation, $300. Cleland. Lael B 23. 2910 Dudley St.. No. 3. Six months probation. Medley, Dale D., 26. 5310 R St., No. 10. Six months probation. , Second Degree Forgery Zellers, Todd Bryan. 30. 6300 Fleetwood. Bound to District Court. $25,000 bond. Assault Harvey, Sean Thomas, 26, 127 Gaslight Circle. $250. Barrett, Richard L, 36, 1121 S. Fifth St. Six months probation. Sheridan, Dave. 46, jail. $250. Collins, Lee E., 55, Omaha, two counts. $1,000. Violate Protection Order Floumoy, Terry L, 23, 1338 D St.. No. 9. $500. Disturbing The Peace Britain, Andrew J., 19. 644 S 26th St. $350. Cole, Kelly Eugene, 19. 1020 Washington St.. No. 2. $250. Unauthorized Use of Propelled Vehicle Hartess, Christopher. 21, 653 Garland St. Also: theft by deception, fail to appear. $350. Bankruptcies Four bankruptcy categories listed are: Chapter 7, straight bankruptcy involving liquidation of assets: Chapter 11, plan permitting reorganization of financial affairs under court supervision for an individual engaged in business or a company (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with initial petition): Chapter 12, plan permitting farmers and ranchers to reorganize their financial affairs under court supervision (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with initial petition); Chapter 13, wage-earner plan for repaying a portion of debts over an extended period of time. First figure assets, second liabilities. 13. Allgood, Michael and Jill, Cook, production manager, $1 1 .900, $29, 1 22, Chapter 7. Blair, Steven and Virginia, York, wrecker service, $4,51 5. $1 5,004, Chapter 7. Brion, Ronald and Patricia, 7310 Briarhurst, occupation, assets, debts not listed. Chapter 7. Carlson, Kimberty, Stromsburg. upholstery assistant. $8,495. $22,460. Chapter 7. Cleveland, J.T. and J.P.. Box 5019. Lincoln, occupations unlisted, assets and debts under $50,000. Chapter 13. Comey, Everett. 2610 S. 70th. Apt. 36, pool manager, $21 .200, $30,822, Chapter 7. Converse, Lisa. 628 W Fairfield. Apt 2. laboratory technician. $1 ,400. $8,353. Chapter 7. Dickard, James. 1105 N. 33rd. 'Apt. 3, factory laborer. $4,225. $46,373, Chapter 7. Fauver, Scott. 822 H St.. Apt 5. plumbing assistant. $2,332. $8,389. Chapter 13. Flores, John. 1610 Washington. $7,300, $31 .600. Chapter 7. Gordon, Michael. 2801 S. 13th, LTT phone support, $1 .780, $1 5.076. Chapter 7. Griggs, Etricia. 4103 N. 70th. Griggs Enterprises and Rockport Oil, $124,677, $198,915, Chapter 13. Keithley, Rex, 705 S. 18th, Apt. 110. unemployed. $1 .980. $29,352. Chapter 7. Koepke, Richard and Barbara. 345 Countryside Lane, truck driver, data entry, $16,745, $28,620, Chapter 13. McGraw, Clarence. Plattsmouth, and Shau-na McGraw. 3940 Smith, warehouse supervisor, quality control manager. $1 ,330, $28,438, Chapter 7 Morris, Matthew and Ann. 1940 N. 59th, laborer, day care; $71 .608, $74,124, Chapter 7. Paul, Van and Ellen. Wahoo, dry cleaner, fast food restaurant worker, $22,310, $83,763, Chapter 13. Pearson, Brandy, 800 S. 16th, Apt. 203. occupation unlisted. $2,450. $7,307, Chapter 7. Prince, Douglas and Debra, York, home Protect the Future for Your Baby Recycle, Re-Use, Reduce Waste idee tyidee Diaper c5i ervice Half the Cost of Disposables first Week FREE with this Ad It's the Easiest Change You'll Ever Makel 3 4SS-5597 LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK NOTICE PLEASE HELP KEEP YOUR CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL BY PICKING UP YOUR FALLWINTER S CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS BY APRIL 1 ST, 1 996. SEASONAL FLOWERS IN PERMANENT VASES AND IN GOOD CONDITION WILL NOT BE DISTURBED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION. THE MANAGEMENT-LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK. 6700 SOUTH 14TH ST., LINCOLN, NE Free Memorial Burial Space r!" Because of the continuous support by our Catholic communl- UawaiU : xiSTSV"- hi Lincoln Memorial j-::-i4ijr rial space to Catholic families within our community, There are "s - 8 ,lmi,ed nmber sPaces t0 bo offered on a first-come, first- . 6700 South 14th Street, Lincoln Nebraska 68512 or Call: ' 423-3823 and ask for Mark Van Buskirk Please see that I receive a Catholic Registration Certificate Name ' Address ' ' ' I I I I City. I Diocese. I un SuDerflind site - tinn inrluHinff carbon tetrachloride and'ethylene dibromide, Monaghan' said. The consent decree calls for the two corporations to use soil vapor extraction to remove contaminants in sand and silt overlying the aquifer to reduce groundwater contamination, Monaghan said. builder, $42,91 5, $47,1 48, Chapter 7. Sanchez, Lawrence and Yvette, Box 81075, Lincoln, custodian, $4,775, $67,393. Chapter 13. Schmutzler, Tony. Beatrice, occupation unlisted, $64,575, $50,366, Chapter 13. Smillie, Rodney, 285 Mudkins, occupation unlisted, assets and debts under $50,000, Chapter 13. Calls Of 363 calls received by Lincoln police Monday, the following resulted in property losses of $500 or more. Thefte Between 1 a.m. Friday and 7 p.m. Sunday, 1400 block of E Street; white Trek men's mountain bipycle; $500, Between 10 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 a.m. Monday, in the intersection of 23rd Street at Holdrege Street; luggage, contents; $975. Between Dec. 1, 1995, and 9 a.m. Sunday, 500 block of N.W. 16th Street; emerald, sapphire rings; $2,700. Auto Theft Between 1:20 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. Monday, in the intersection of E at 12th and 13th streets; 1983 grey Honda Accord; $2,000. Fire Calls Monday 6:57 p.m., 14th Street and Rokeby Road, fire call. 10:08 p.m., 600 W. Comhusker Highway, Apartment B, car fire. - Tuosdsy trt ; 12:36 a.m., 4605 S. 48th St.. special duty.' 1:48 a.m., Lancaster Manor. 1001 South St., medical. 3:45 a.m., 5350 Fremont St.. medical. 4:45 a.m., 3220 W. VanDom, medical. 6:24 a.m., 148th Street and VanDom, medical. 7:19 am, Cooper Plaza, 211 N. 12th St., fire call. 7:44 a.m., 62nd Street and Baldwin Avenue, medical. 8:55 a.m., Burlington Yards, 6600 Burlington Ave , medical. 9:55 a.m., 3131 Dudley St., medical. 10:17 a.m., Lincoln Area Health Education Center, 4600 Valley Road, fire call. 10:49 a.m., Lincoln Southeast High School, 2930 S. 37th St.. fire call. 11:52 a.m., 14th Street and Rokeby Road, fire call. 12:50 p.m., 322 S. 9th St., medical. 1 :20 p.m., 521 1 Calvert St.. medical. 1:38 p.m., 4000 St. Paul Ave., medical. 1:42 p.m., 40th and Apple streets, medical. 3:00 p.m., 22nd Street and Harrison Avenue, medical. 3:19 p.m., 632 E. Eldora Lane, medical. -' 3:21 p.m., Lincoln Fire Station 10. 1440 Adams St.. public education. 3:30 p.m., 1 000 O St., medical. 3:56 p.m., 2935 O St., medical. 4:04 p.m., 327 G St.. medical. 4:17 p.m., 6640 Starr St., special duty. v, 4:36 p.m., Village of Firth, grass fire. 4:57 p.m., 561 1 Buffalo Circle, fire call. ' 5:19 p.m., 1 1 36 A St.. medical. 5:22 p.m., 2658 S. 9th St.. fire call. 5:39 p.m., 8700 Princeton Road, grass fire. 5:54 p.m., 2700 W. Raymond Road, grass fire No time listed. Northwest 27th Street and West Raymond Road, grass fire. 7:07 p.m., Lincoln Fire Station 7, 1335 S. Cotner Blvd., public education. 7:17 p.m., 904 E St.. medical. 7:30 p.m., Village of Eagle, 530 Parkview, medical. 7:31 p.m.,11200N.148thSt.,firecall. 8:18 p.m., 3260 Fair, medical. J Cemeteny. "Place of Rest" New Garden Mausoleum And Lawn Crypt Section. 3600 O' St. 474-3600 m b m la offerina. tnralimitaH time frou mum' WW served basis and to qualify, families must simply register for these spaces and be a member of a local Catholic parish. To be considered for registration In the private Catholic garden within Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, fill out and mall the reply coupon below or call Mark Van Buskirk today. , State. . Zip. . Parish . Phone (day) , , (evening).

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