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HOMETOWN . .Lincoln journal Star . Saturday, September 16, 2006 3B Butler County tornado destroys mobile home 'Lincoln Journal Star Severe weather, including at least one tornado, rolled through Southeast Nebraska on Friday night, tearing down trees and ripping apart a mobile home in Surprise. Around 8 pjn., the Surprise tornado also tore the roof off the local Pour House bar, prompting the help of firefighters from nearby Shelby, Rising City and David' City. Power was reportedly out in parts of David City and Shelby. Later Friday night, the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Lancaster County. By 10:30 p.m., the storm appeared to be moving east of Lincoln into Cass County, and the warning had expired. No tornado actually touched down in or near Fire at football players' home causes damage Lincoln Journal Star An early-morning fire at a Lincoln duplex where at least two University of Nebraska football players live caused about $40,000 damage, a fire official said Friday. The fire was discovered at 5:17 a.m. Friday when one of the residents in the duplex at 1341 S. 14th St heard glass breaking and popping. There was a lot of heat coming into the house from the porch fire, said Ken Hilger, a fire inspector for the Lincoln Fire Department Hilger said Corey McKeon, a starting linebacker for the Corn-huskers, and his two roommates, Sean Hill and Travis Gingery, were able to escape by going to the attic Sheriff: Man, 42, planned tojise homemade explosive to harm police Lincoln Journal Star A Benedict man was arrested earlier this week after authorities received a tip he had built an explosive device and intended to harm law enforcement officers with it. York County Sheriff Dale Rad-cliff said authorities found Gary Dennis, 42, Wednesday at his place of employment, where they arrested him on suspicion of possessing an explosive device, a Class IV felony that carries a possible maximum sentence of five years in prison. After receiving reports about a Army National Guard Pvt Joshua A. Wllken has graduated from the automated logistical specialist advanced individual training course at the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School, Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va. The course is designed to train soldiers for tasks such as maintaining stock records. Wilken is a 1997 graduate of Sterling Public School irfSterling. Shawn G. Hellwege has graduated from the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. The 2&day course is a leadership internship for cadets who are normally between their sophomore and junior college years. Hellwege attends Wayne State College and is a 2001 graduate of Lincoln East High School. Army National Guard Sgt 1st Class Richard R. AJday IV has ar Indiana men are arrested after troopers find cocaine Lincoln Journal Star Two Indiana men were arrested Thursday night after Nebraska State Patrol troopers found 2.6 pounds of cocaine in their rental car. According to court documents, around 9 p.m. a state trooper driving eastbound on Interstate 80 between mile markers 404 and 406 pulled over a sedan after observing it speeding and crossing the center line several times. The trooper cited the driver, 24-year-old Keyron S. Oneal, for driving without a license and gave him a warning for speeding and failure to maintain a lane of travel Your orpine source for local news updates. ' JlOC g1 n n D G Q Q G1. G 0 13 Lincoln, said Van DeWald, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. No other tornados were expected to form Friday night, DeWald said. Doug Ahlberg, Lancaster County Emergency Management director, said his office received no reports of damage Friday night. He said before 10:30 p.m. a trained storm spotter had reported a funnel cloud near Cheney, southeast of Lincoln, though the weather service later reported that the cloud did not touch dowa Josh Boustead, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Valley, said some damage also had been reported in Seward County, especially near Staplehurst Scattered thunderstorms were possible throughout the night, and severe thunderstorms were expected Saturday afternoon, according to the weather service. and into tije other side of the 103-year-old house. Hill, a junior from Lisle, Hi, is a reserve tight end for NU. Gingery, of Lincoln, was a reserve defensive back for the Huskers from 2003 to 2005. A former standout athlete at Lincoln East High School, Gingery is not listed on the 2006 football roster. Firefighters had the fire out by 7 am There were a couch and a grill on the covered porch, Hilger said. The fire caused about $30,000 in structural damage to the house and about $10,000 to contents inside the house. The fire's cause is under investigation. possible homemade explosive device, sheriff's deputies went on Monday to Dennis' home at 204 Elmer St in Benedict, where his wife consented to a search of the residence, Radcliff said. Deputies found an explosive device in a glass jar with wires and a black rubber hose with a shotgun shell primer attached to it coming out of the jar, Radcliff said. They contacted the Nebraska State Patrol Bomb Squad, which arrived shortly afterward and dismantled the device. Dennis was not at home at the time of the search. rived in Iraq at a forward operating base to help provide security there for the next 12 months. Alday is a 1989 graduate of Lincoln Southeast High School. Army National Guard Spc. Zacnary W. Bloom has arrived in Iraq at a forward operating base to help provide security there for the next 12 months. Bloom is a 2003 graduate of Lincoln Northeast High School. Army Staff Sgt Jeffrey J. Brehm has arrived in Iraq at a forward operating base to help provide security there for the next 12 months. Brehm, a healthcare specialist with 17 years of military service, is a 1988 graduate of Lincoln High School and received a bachelor's degree in 1994 from the University of Nebraskalincoln. He earned a master's degree in 2000 from Doane College. The trooper then asked for permission to search the vehicle, to which Oneal and his passenger, 45-year-old Darryl Lee Davis, consented. At 9:45 p.m., two troopers began to search the vehicle. At 9:49 p.m., the first trooper pulled back the carpet of the rear driver's side quarter panel of the trunk and found a duct-taped package, which was later found to be 2.6 pounds of cocaine. i Both Oneal and Davis were placed under arrest and taken to Lincoln, where they were jailed on suspicion of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver. Degrees . Continued from Page IB cine, law, pharmacy and dentistry) degrees jumped 27 percent, and master's degrees rose a whopping 75 percent The trend is evidence, officials say, that students are beginning to recognize that hitting the books" for a few more years can pay off heftily. "(A graduate degree) certainly adds value," said Prem Paul, UNLs dean of graduate studies. "For our nation to be competitive globally, it's absolutely crucial." More schooling beefs up students' paychecks, makes their resumes pop and opens doors to research projects they might not otherwise see, Paul said. And it pushes the graduates fur- I Lincoln man found dead in Kansas Lincoln Journal Star After an earlier search, a Lincoln business owner was found dead in his pickup in Kansas on Thursday evening. Police on Thursday asked for die public's help in locating Michael "Mick" Man-dl, 48, co-owner of five U-Stop Con-venience Stores, who was last seen MAN PL about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Lincoln Police Capt. Allen Soukup said authorities in Pottawatomie County, Kan., told Lincoln police they found a red Chevy pickup near Louisville, Kan., belonging to Mandl. Louisville is about 130 miles from Lincoln. Police Chief Tom Casady said he'd left a suicide note, though he did not know how Mandl died. In a press release issued early Friday aftejnoon, Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat said his office found Mandl, dead of an apparent gunshot wound, at 4:46 p.m. Foul play is not suspected. Riat said the deputy was responding to an area northwest of Louisville for a reported abandoned vehicle. Mandl's body later was taken to the Shawnee County coroner for examination. Mandl, along with Bus Whitehead ofWhitehead Oil Co., owned the U-Stop at 1 10 W. O St that sold the winning $365 million Powerball ticket in February. Nebraska Lottery officials presented them with $50,000 for selling the ticket. Nelson invites GOP leaders to see drought Lincoln Journal Star U.S. Sen. Ben Nelson on Friday invited Republican congressional leaders to come to Nebraska to "learn first-hand the urgent need for drought relief." Nelson said he was "very disappointed the congressional leadership has worked so hard to prevent any farm relief legislation from being considered by this Congress." Further, he said in letters to congressional leaders, he is "deeply frustrated that (they have) utilized congressional procedures and technicalities to prevent an up or down vote on agricultural disaster relief." The Democratic senator invited Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, House Speaker Dennis Hasten and House Agriculture Chairman Bob Goodlatte to visit the national drought mitigation center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Nelson, who was at the center in Lincoln on Friday, said he also sent a letter to Gov. Dave Heineman asking him to "get more involved in securing drought assistance by putting pressure on congressional leadership and asking fellow governors to do the same." Public 'virtual tour set for stormwater projects A "virtual tour" of stormwater projects funded through the 2005 bond issue Is now available on the city Web site, (keyword: virtual). A 30minute program on the project also Is being aired on 5 CITY-TV, the government access cable channel (see schedule on Web site). These projects, In different stages of design or construction, are designed to reduce flooding, Improve water quality, stabilize degrading streams and protect Infrastructure. Some of tjie projects are being completed In partnership with the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District or the Lincoln frtearKlRecreatJaiDepartrrient ther up the career ladder. Top positions in management, teaching and health care often require a master's or more. Those fields, in fact are by far the state's most popular, the commission's report found. And they're largely responsible for the rising enrollment in graduate school Of the 1,707 more master's degrees awarded in 2005 than in 1995, 83 percent were in business, education or health care, the report found. Health-related degrees grew 59 percent in that decade, and business and education degrees increased 21 percent In these fields, "people view a master's degree as a competitive edge," said Marshall Hill, executive director of the coordinating com-missioa "Dollar payback comes with de E. coli cases in The Associated Press Two people in Nebraska have confirmed cases of E coli, but it's not known if they come from contaminated spinach. "We are conducting genetic fingerprint tests on the bacteria to see if it is the same as the strain of E. coli found in other places around the country," according to Tom Safranek, Nebraska's state epidemiologist Those tests should be completed by Wednesday. Nearly 100 people nationwide Births Sept 13 Bad, Vivian (Knaub) and Michael, Lincoln, boy, BryanLGH East. WetUaufer, Krtsten (Crenshaw) and Stefan, Lincoln, boy, BryanLGH East Sept 14 BohHng, Mary (Wynegar) and Scott, Lincoln, girt. Saint Elizabeth. BoNfcen, Dawn (McDonnell) and Chris, Lincoln, boy, BryanLGH East Douty, Jaisa, and Wafty, Hughes, Seward, girl, Saint Elizabeth. Moore, Aryelle, and Schneider, Corey, Lincoln, boy, Saint Elizabeth. NydaN, Kristina (Sauser) and Scott. Lincoln, girl, BryanLGH East Slpes, Tamara, and Danletson, David, Lincoln, boy, BryanLGH East Smith, Wendy (Hill) and Eric, Lincoln, girt, BryanLGH East Stabler, Nicole, and Bradford, LaDamien, Lincoln, girl. BryanLGH East Stokes, Jessica, Lincoln, girl. Saint Elizabeth. Young. Christy (Pesek) and Dustin, Lincoln, girl. Saint Elizabeth. Sept 15 Lozova, Maria, and ReboKedo, Julio, Lincoln, boy. Saint Elizabeth. Marriage licenses Qarduno-Rub, Antonio, 25, and Mendez, Jacqueline C, 25, Lincoln. Bambrough, Andrew M 19, and Tinman, Jessica M., 19, Lincoln. Ngotel, Hayes. 29, and Smtth, Tonya R., 31, Lincoln. Zeece, Eric J., 36, and Kameraetl, Amy L, 36, Centennial, Colo. Bennett, Robert A., 29, and Meehan, Wendy A., 34, Lincoln. GUmer, Jesse E. Jr., 54, and Ran, Sherri D.. 38, Lincoln. Police calls Of the 425 calls received by Lincoln police Thursday, the following resulted in property losses of $500 or more. Burglaries Between 9:30 p.m. Wednesday and 4:30 zun. Thursday, in the 8000 block of Meredeth Street; taken: e-machine, circle and reciprocal saws, batteries, light compressor, DVDs, beer; loss: $880. Thefts from vehicles Between 12:01 and 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, 1200 block of South 24th Street; stereo, two subwoofers, one amp, radar detector. Ipod; $1,100. Police look for one suspect, find another Two officers in plain clothes went looking for one suspect and happened upon another early Friday. Lincoln Police Officer Katherine Fnnell said the two officers were looking for someone in the area of 13th and E streets at 4:30 a.m. when Mario Corttreras approached them and allegedly offered to sell them drugs. Soon after, an officer with a marked police car contacted Contreras in his car and found 0.3 grams of methamphetamine on the driver's seat, Finnell said. Contreras is on parole and was to be in court later Friday for revocation of his parole on two burglaries and a third attempted burglary. Woman gets probation for hurricane aid fraud A 54-year-old woman charged with trying to get disaster relief funds she didn't deserve has been sentenced to five years probation. U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf also ordered Mary Jones to pay restitution after she pleaded guilty in June to a federal charge of wire fraud. According to the U.S. Attorney's office in Omaha, Jones moved to Lincoln from Gulfport, Miss., before Hurricane Katrina hit in August After Katrina, she submitted an application for disaster assistance to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In September 2005, FEMA sent Jones $4,358, which she will now have to pay back. The maximum penalty for the charges was 20 years In prison and a $250,000 fine. 0 gree attainment" Some of the increase in graduate degrees is also thanks to significant growth at Bellevue University, where the number of degrees awarded has skyrocketed 285 percent since 1995, the report said. Bellevue has crafted its success story by strengthening its graduate programs particularly in health and business fields and offering some 400 courses and eight master's programs online, spokesman Jason Keese said. "There's been huge 'growth," he said. "WeVe basically been looking at what the marketplace needs." Still, the most popular degree by far is the bachelors degreed Last year, Nebraska doled out 12,080 of those, up from 10,146 a decade ago. That increase, Hill said, is good news. It means Nebraska is continuing to focus on helping its students state may be tied have been sickened and one person killed by an E. coli outbreak linked to a California natural foods company, Natural Selection Foods. Safranek said Friday that Douglas and Sarpy counties have each reported a person contracting the disease in the past 48 hours. Both Nebraska victims likely consumed spinach in the days before they got sick, Safranek said. He described one as an adolescent, but gave no specifics about the other. Journal Star "1 473-7300 or Customer Service j 1-800-742-7515 Public Notice Public Notic NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for the Control Unit HVAC Remodel at the Nebraska State Penitentiary, Lincoln, Nebraska will be received by the Engineering Division. Double "Y- Building, Conference Room "E", Department of Correctional Services, P.O. Box 94661, Folsom and West Prospector Place, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4644, until Thursday, October 5, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. Bid Security is required. Bidding documents are available from the Engineering Division, Double "Y- Building, Building 1, Department of Correctional Services, Folsom and West Prospector Place, Lincoln Regional Center, Lincoln, Nebrasko. A pre-bld conference Is scheduled for Tuesday, September 26, 200 at 10:00 a.m. at the front entrance of the Nebraska State Penitentiary, Lincoln, NE. Contractors are requested to attend this pre-bld walk through. 4053562 3x Sept. It, 23, 30 PATRICIA A. ZIEO, ESQ. STINSON MORRISON HECKER LLP 1299 Farnam Street, Suite 1501 Omaha, NE 60102 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF NEBRASKANS FOR INFORMED HEALTH CARE DECISIONS Notice Is hereby given of the creation of Nebraskans for Informed Health Care Decisions. The name and address of the registered agent and office of the Corporation Is: Patricia A. Zleg, co Stlnson Morrison Hecker LLP, 1299 Farnam Street, Suite 1501, Omaha, NE 68102. The name ond address of the Incorporator are as follows: Patricia A. Zleg, 1299 Farnam Street, Suite 1501, Omaha, NE 68102. The Corporation is a public benefit corporation and shall Initially have no members. 4053563 3x Sept. 16, 23, 30 LINCOLN ELECTRIC SYSTEM NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the Purchasing Deportment of the Lincoln Electric System, PO Box 80869, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68501 up to the hour of 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 27, 2006 for the purchase of 345kV115kV line Insulators and hardware (Bid 067-06). At that time, the bids will be opened and read aloud at the Purchasing Department Conference Room at the Lincoln Electric System Service Center located at 2620 Fairfield Street. Plons and specifications may be obtained from the Purchasing Department, 2620 Fairfield Street. Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier's check or bidder's bond In the sum of five (5) percent of the total amount of the bid, made payable to the order of the Lincoln Electric System as a guarantee of good faith. The Lincoln Electric System reserves the right to accept any bid, to relect any or all bids or to waive ony defects In any bid. Please read the Instructions to Bidders. William T. Noble, C.P.M. Manager of Purchasing Phone (402)467-7548 Fax (402)467-7601 4052036 lx Sept. 16 NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. 21-2653, that Electrical Source, LLC, a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, was organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska; its registered office address Is 4346 E St, Lincoln, NE 68510. The general nature of Its business Is to engage In and do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful business, other than banking or Insurance, for which o limited liability company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska. The company was organized and commenced on September 1st, 2006, and It will continue for a perpetual period of years. Its affairs shall be conducted by one member, pursuant to the Articles of Organization. Kory Jon McCracken, Esq. 22452, Attornev-at Law 4346 E St Lincoln, NE 68510 - (402 ) 486-1893 4040122 3x Sept. 9, 16, 23 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Proposals for the construction of "Clarendon Hills-Street Improvements, Lancaster County, Nebraska for the Clarendon Hills Board," JEO Prelect No. 055PS, will be received by the Clerk or JEO Secretary at the JEO Lincoln Office, until 11:01 p.m. on the 2nd day of October, 2006, and thereafter will be read aloud. The work consists of the following approximate quantities: BASE BID ASPHALT SURFACING 12,473 Ton 4,578 Ton 10,125 Gal 8,655 CY 47,610 SY 57 SY 57 SY 198 SY 179 Ton 102 Ton 1,200 CY 1,480 CY 75 EA 1,500 EA 720 B-Dav t 27,11$ SY 13,262 SY 7,838 CY 47,610 SY 57 SY . $7 SY 198 SY 102 Ton 1,200 CY 1,480 CY 75 EA VS0 EA 1,320 BOav 8" Asphaltlc Concrete Paving (Type SPL) 6" Asphaltlc Concrete Paving (Type SPL) Tack Coat Roadway Excavation (Established Quantity) Subgrade Preparation 6" PCC Driveway Removal Build 6" PCC Driveway Bituminous Driveway Removal Place Asphalt Driveway 1" Limestone Crusher Run Surfacing Top Soil for ShoulderForeslope Hauled In (Established Quantity) Clay Fill Hauled In (Established Quantity) Mall Boxes to be Removed and Reset (as per spec by City of Lincoln Post Office) Signage Day (Calendar Day) Type III Barricade 7 PCC Paving (47B-3500) 6" PCC Paving (47B-3500) Excavation (Established Quantity) Subgrade Preparation " PCC Driveway Removal Build " PCC Driveway (47B-3500) Bituminous Driveway Removal 1" Limestone Crusher Run Surfacing Top Soil for ShoulderForeslope Hauled In (Established Quantity) Clay Fill Houled In (Established Quantity) Mall Boxes to be Removed and Reset (at per spec by City of Lincoln Post Office) Signage Day (Calendar Day) Type III Barricade Proposals will be taken for said construction work listed above by unlf prices, a an aggregate bid for the entire prolect. All Proposals for said construction work mutt be mode on blanks furnished by the Engineer and must be accompanied by Bid Security of not lest than 5 of the amount bid. Bid Security to be made payable to the Treasurer of the Clarendon Hills Board at liquidated damages In case the bid It accepted and the bidder neglects or refute, to enter Into contract and furnish bond In accordance herewith. Plans, Specifications and Bid Documents may be Inspected and will be Issued by JEO Consulting Group, Inc., Consulting Engineers, PO Box 207, 142 W. 11th Street, Wo. hoo, Nebraska 6066, payment of . te cover partial cest, gene ef which will be returned, needs te be gold prior te plans end being tent out. in ereer te hi! ttmmwSJSf peelfleoNeiit must be Issued directly by JIO Consult- oor."l imilu tSSetsl"0" pfov"M V me prospective bid- The Board of Truitees reserves me right te waive Informalities ond Irregular ttlei ond te make awardt on bids which furnish the materials and construction that will. In CLARENDON HILLS BOARD ATTEST, Tim Goegieln 4053565 Ix Sept. 1, 23, 38 finish school. "Generally, it's quite a good performance," he said. "There's no 'sky is falling1 news here." Other findings of the report Independent institutions like Bellevue, Creighton and Nebraska Wesleyan universities are handing out a growing chunk of total degrees. In 1995, they made up 24 percent of all degrees; last year, that rose to 30 percent In that time, NU 's share of degrees has dropped from 45 percent to 40 percent Women earned 56 percent of all degrees last year, compared to 55 percent a decade ago. Minorities earned 9 percent oi all degrees last year, up from 6 per: cent in 1995. Reach Melissa Lee at 473-2682 or to U.S. outbreak Both victims are expected to recover. Safranek said he sent reminders to the state's county and regional health departments, reminding them to keep an eye out for reports of gastroenteritis, which can result from exposure to E. coli bacteria E crj causes diarrhea, often with bloody stools. Most healthy aduhs can ie-ccrverrorripletdyvvTthm srjrne people mchKlirigtheveryyoung and oid can develop a form of kidney Muiethat often leads to death. ADVERTISEMENT for BIDS Sealed Bids will be received by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at the Engineering Division Office, 2200 North 33rd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68503, for the following protect at the rime nsrea: BID DATE October 5, 2006 at 2:30 P.M. Overlook Jetty AND TIME: PROJECT: Construction LOCATION: Swanson Reservoir State Recreation Area NEAR: Trenton, Nebraska COUNTY: Hitchcock Bids will be publicly opened, read aloud, and tabulated at the time and place specified. Bidding Documents are on file at the Engineering Division Office, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, 2200 North 33rd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, phone 1402 ) 471-5548. Interested Prime ContractorsBidders may obtain copies of the Bid Documents upon request to this office or visit website: .us for downloadable PDF tiles. Federal funds will be used to assist In development of this protect from the Bureau of Reclamation Funds Title 28. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reserves the right to accept or relect any or all Bids and to waive any or all Informalities or Irregularities. NEBRASKA GAME and PARKS COMMISSION BY: REX AMACK - Director 4042214 3x Sept 15, 16, 17 Kozeny A McCubbln LC 12400 Olive Blvd., Suite 555 St. Louis, MO 63141 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the East Door, at the Lancaster County Courthouse, 555 South 10th Street, In Lincoln, Nebraska, on October 11, 2006 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (10:00 a.m.): Lot 99, Irregular Tract In the Southeast 14 of Section 30, Township 10, Range 7, Lancaster County, Nebraska, according to the recorded plat thereof. All subiect to any and all: (1) real estate taxes, (2) special assessments, (3) easements, covenants, restrictions, ordinances, and resolutions of record which affect the property, and (4) unpaid water bills, (5) prior mortgages and trust deed of record and (6) around leases of record. The purchaser Is responsible for all fees or taxes. This sale Is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. By: Garry McCubbln, Trustee Kozeny & McCubbln, LC 12400 Olive Blvd., Suite 555 St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 991-0255 K&M Filename: MILNAASC 4022872 5x Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 NOTICE OF NAME CHANGE PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that STEPHANIE RENEE KEY has filed a Petition with the District Court of Lancaster County, State of Nebraska, to change the name of the Minor Petitioner from JERRY MURRAY III to JERRY MURRAY KEY. Hearing will be held on such matter on the 18 day of October, 2006, at 1:45 p.m. In the Circuit Court of Lancaster County, 31 Courtroom -Judge Colburn. DATED THIS 11th day of September, 2006. Stephanie Renee Key 4050761 2x Sept. 16, 23 NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION FOR A NON-PROFIT CORPORATION The name of the Corporation Is: The John J. Pershing Memorial Foundation, Inc. This amendment changes the name of the corporation. The new name of the corporation shall be: The Notional Society of Pershing Rifles, Inc. 4028511 3x Sept. 2, 9, 16

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