The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on April 2, 1990 · 15
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Deaths Belfort Morsoret May, 10 mortths, 539 S. 22nd St., died Wednesday. Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Hope Reformed Church, 4221 J St. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. Paid Brown Evelyn, 29, 870 M. 23n Staled Wednesday. Services: 1 p.m. Tuesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. Memorials to family, 2047 S St Lincoln Neb. 6B501 Paid Busboom Dorothy 73, 3224 N. 68th SU died Thursday. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2400 N.W. 124th St. Pallbearers: Kenneth, Garry Busboom, Michael Cook, John Eicher, Jim Underhlll Jr., Kevin Lostroh. Visitation until 11:30 a.m. Monday. Bum-erus-Mase&Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Memorials to Diabetes Foundation. Paid CrclB Marfan, 61 3931 N. 60th St died Sunday. Moore's Funeral Home, Friend. F inter R. Bruce, 36, Lincoln, died Friday. Additional survivor: niece, April Matwire, daughter of brother Jeff. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Wad low's Colonial Chapel, 5200 R.St. The Rev. Elmer Shaw. Pallbearers: Rynmor Williams, Leo Zlmmer, Mike Johnson, Ernest Moody, Ray Dietrich, Bill Criswell. Visitation until services, mortuary. Memorials to National Foundation for Prevention of Alcohol Dependency Disease, 8990 W. Dodge Road. Omaha Neb. 681 14. Paid Hawk Kenneth. 84. 5501 Sea Mountain Rood, died Friday. Additional survivors: daughter ond son-in-law, Carolyn and Ken Martin, Lincoln. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. The Rev. Loyd Bliss. Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: John, Sam Delisi, Jack Schmidt, Vern Pelowski. Visitation until services, funeral home. Memorials to family. Paid Llrmanis Jonls A 69, 1023 S. 42nd St- died Sunday. Retired employee, Roberts Dairy. Survivors: wife, Margaret; daughter, Mrs. Alan (Zlgrlda) Meyer, Blue Hill; sister, Emma Talazs, Lincoln; two grandchildren. Butherus-Maser-Love Mortuary, 4040 ASt. Merrltt Elsie L 79. formerly of 6721 L St., died Saturday. Additional survivors: son and daughter-in-law. Jack Merrltt and Margaret Worth, Lincoln; daughter and son-in-law, Jill and Roger Pickering, Lincoln. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. The Rev. Andy Kwankin. Wvuka. Memorials to Toblth Hospice Program or St. James United Methodist Church. Paid Perry Virginia, 72, 1811 S. 41st Sidled Friday. Services: 1 p.m. Monday, WadloWs Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. The Rev. Robert Kunz. Pallbearers: Herbert, Don Randall, Jerry Williams, Jim, Harry Young, Larry McQueen. Visitation until services; mortuary. Memorials to Alzheimer's Foundation or donor's choice. Paid Phlllpps Christopher J- 20, 3810 Wlldbriar Lane, died Sunday. Student, Southeast Community College. Part-time employee, Kentucky Fried Chicken. Member, Cathedral of the Risen Christ. Former member and vice-president, DECA, Southeast High School. Survivors: parents, Jim and Sue Phlllpps; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ostermiller, Lincoln; uncles; aunt. Funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Cathedral of the Risen Christ, 3500 Sheridan Blvd. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Butherus-Maser-Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Memorials to Folsom Children's Zoo or Make-A-Wish Foundation. Reed D. Crela, 48, 7231 S. Wedge-wood Drive, died Saturday. Additional survivors: sons and daughters-in-law, Bradley and Chelle Reed, Mike and Carol Forbes, all Lincoln; daughters and sons-in-law, Rochelle and Steve Weseman, Penny and John Glasscock, Julie and Bill Hessling, all Lincoln, Teri and John Ford, Seattle; daughter, Leigh, Lincoln; brother and slster-ln-law, Larry and Romona Arvada, Colo. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. The Rev. Dr. Rob Welch. Lincoln Memorial Pork. Pallbearers: Bill Hessling, Mike Forbes, Jeff Lode, Leo Wendland, Brett, Bradley Reed. Honorary pallbearers: John Glasscock, Larry Turek, John Dletz, Jerold Stokl, Al Beam, Wes Otto. Visitation 9 a.m. Monday until services, funeral home. Memorials to family. Paid Sterner Clarence C 68, 3220 N. 14th St-died Friday. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. The Rev. Bob Chitwood. Wyuka. Paid Weese Edna Estelle, 77, 7221 South St., died Saturday. Additional survivor: sister-in-law, Helen Weese, Lincoln. Graveside services: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Wyuka. The Rev. Dr. C Rex Bevlns. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Paid Westllng - Carl A. Sr- 85, Tecumseh, formerly Lincoln, died Wednesday. Graveside services: 1 p.m. Monday, Foirvlew Cemetery. Visitation: Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Memorials to family. Paid Whitson Bertha (widow of Earl), 90. 2277 Holdrege St., died Friday. Graveside services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Wyuka Cemetery, 3600 O St. Visitation: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Memorials care of family. Paid Out Of Town Burkey lona (Welsch). 85, Milford, died Thursday. Services: 2 P.m. Monday, United Methodist Church, Milford. Visitation one hour before services, church. Memorials to church or Milford Senior Center. Moore's Funeral Home, Milford. Paid Conkel Irvin C- 70, Burr, died Saturday In Lincoln. Retired postal Kitten-saving firefighter draws line: I'm not kissing a snake' DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - A firefighter who used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to revive two palm-sized kittens overcome by smoke says be draws the line at reptiles. "If somebody has a pet snake and it quits breathing they can hang it up. I'm not kissing a snake," said AJ. Green, who received letters from far and wide after his Nov. 13 feat was publicized. Green used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation followed by oxygen to save the 2-week-old kittens at a house fire. Since then, Green has received letters from animal lovers from California to Massachusetts. On Jan. 10. he received one with $2 to-side from a woman in Marietta, Ga, "You are a very kind man," she wrote, signing the letter, "From an old lady who loves animals." Green, a Durham police and fire veteran of 21 years, answers all the letters he receives and sends the money ie gets to the Animal Protection Society. Green said he saw the two white and gray kittens tying on the ground outside I Deaths Listed j The following persons ore listed today In the Deaths and Funerals columns: Betford, Margaret May Brown. Evelyn Burkey, lona Busboom. Dorothy M. Conkel, IrvinC Coward. Evangelln J. "Van" Craig, Marian Flnlev, R. Bruce Fuller, Floyd C Hawk, Kenneth Jorretf, Emma F. (Wenzl) Koresky, Thurman L. Llrmanis, Janls A. ' Magby, Keith N. Merrltt, Elsie L. Perry, Virginia Phlllpps, Christopher J. Raikes, Ralph E. Reed,D.Creig Stemers, Clarence C. Weese, Edna Estelle Westllng, Carl A. Sr. Whitson, Bertha NOTE: The Star runs, free of charge, a one-time notice of any death in Lincoln, In the Nebraska area served by the paper, or of any former longtime resident. There are some limits on the amount of information that may be Included. Publication after that first day requires payment of a fee and will be labeled as paid; any Information desired by the advertiser can be included in paid notices. Star death column personnel are available at 473-7311 after 2 p.m. Sundays through Fridays. worker, 41 years. WWII Army veteran. Receipient, Purple Heart, Bronze Star. Member, Hopewell Presbyterian Church. Town & Country Community Club, American Legion Post 100, VFW, 40 et 8. Past member. Burr Fire Department, church council. Past president. Burr School Board. Additional survivors: sons and daughters-in-law, Jeffrey and Wendy, Lincoln, Jerry and Chrlssy, Crete; brother and sister-in-law, Lowell and Joan, Minneapolis; sisters and brothers-in-law, Ellen and Norm- Hesson, Oakland, Ruth and Charles Nickens, Omaha. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Unadllla. The Rev. Robert Giles. Church cemetery. Military graveside services by American Legion Post 100 VFW Post 5547. Memorials to Cancer Fund. Fussellman-Roby-Wymore Funeral Home, Syracuse. Paid Coward Evangelln J. "Van," 75. Ashland, died Tuesday. Butherus-Maser 8i Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Paid Fuller Floyd C, 83, Beatrice, died Saturday. Born Pickrell. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Dean (Donna) Jamie-son, North Platte; son, Gene, Coos Bay. Oregon; brothers, Kenneth, Kalama, Wash- Donald, Phoenix; stepdaughters, Mrs. Jim (Melba) Davison, Shirley Johnson, both Beatrice, Joy Litazia, Hawthorn, Calif.; five grandchtdren; 11 great-grandchildren. Graveside services: 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Evergreen Cemetery, Beatrice. Visitation until 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Fox Funeral Home, Beatrice. Memorials care of funeral home. Jarrett Emma F. (Wenzl), 72, York, formerly Tecumseh, died Saturday In Lincoln. Survivors: husband, Harold; sons. Bill, Cabot, Ark., Joe, Tecumseh, Steve, New Alia, Okla.; daughters, Mrs. LeRov (Clarine) Abel, David City, Mrs. Larry (Judy) Pella, Mrs. Gary (Susie) Lacey, both Tecumseh; brothers, Herbert, William, both Stelnouer; sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Anna) Wenzl, Steinauer, Mrs. Kenneth (Bertha) Bellows. Springfield, Ohio; 16 grandchildren; great-granddaughter. Funeral Mass: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, St. Andrew Catholic Church, Tecumseh. Rosary: 8 p.m. Tuesday, church. Wherry Mortuary, Tecumseh. Koresky Thurman L., 80., Malmo. died Saturday In Wahoo. Additional survivors: son and daughter-in-law. Leland and Loretta, Malmo. Services: 2 p.m Tuesday, Erlcson-Pruss Funeral Home, Wahoo. The Rev. Burton Knudsen. Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: 10 o.m-8 p.m. Monday, 10 a.m. Tuesday until services, funeral home. Paid Magby Keith N- 65, Cortland, died Wednesday. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation until services, funeral home. Memorials care of family. Paid Raikes Rolph E- 82, rural Ashland, died Tuesday In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, First Christian Church, Ashland. Memorials to church or University of Nebraska Foundation. Marcy Mortuary, Ashland. Paid Sarpy County attorney dies PAPILUON (AP) - Sarpy County Attorney Patrick Kelly died of cancer Friday night at Midlands Hospital He was 58. Kelly had been hospitalized since March 9 for observation and treatment of a respiratory reaction to medication he received in recent cancer treatments, said his chief deputy, Mike Wellman. Kelly underwent treatment for lung cancer about a year ago and had received his last chemotherapy treatment in February. Survivors include his wife, Kay, and two children. the burning house, where they had been brought by other firefighters. Neither animal appeared to be breathing. Their 13-year-old owner, Jennifer Pruitt, was screaming nearby. That's when Green said he sprung into action on one of the pets. "I held it in my hand and blew into the mouth of the kitten. It wasnt close contact When the kitten started responding to that I hooked up oxygen and gave them oxygen," he said. "I wasnt sure how much oxygen to give a kitten so I pretended it was an infant and set the oxygen for that amount I rotated the kittens for about 20. minutes," Gr een said. 1 saw the gel there and she had apparently lost everything. She was so distraught that I felt like I had to try to do something for her," he said. The kittens are alive and healthy today, Green said. Green, whose own household includes a cat, three dogs, a parrot and two parakeets, said he is amazed by the attention his rescue has received. Monday. April 2. 1990 STATE Source of fuel spilled on Missouri unknown OMAHA (AP) - A slick of what appeared to be oil or diesd fuel fouled the Missouri River Sunday, but officials said they didn't know the source or extent of the spd There was a "heavy sheen, multicolors on the water," VS. Coast Guard Petty Officer Scott Foster said in a telephone interview from Keokuk, Iowa. Foster said he hadnt seen the spill, but a Nebraska conservation officer he declined to identify inspected the river from Omaha south about 25 miles to the Platte River. Evidence of the slick could be seen at the Platte, Foster said. A man and his wife walking their dog first reported the spin about 10 am, Foster said. They reported a 20-foot-wide sheen on the river in Omaha, he said. Nebraska environmental officials were looking into the possibility the fuel Warm, sunny weather to let sky smile on Nebraska today From The Associated Pres$ Winds that gusted to 40 mph in Nebraska Sunday were expected to diminish and be replaced by warm, sunny weather Monday, the National Weather Service said. North winds at 20 mph to 30 mph prevailed in Nebraska, with some gusts to around 40 mph at Norfolk, Columbus and Kearney. Winds up to 35 mph were reported at Omaha. Highs Monday win be in the mid-SOs in the east to the lower 60s in the Panhandle. It win be clear Monday night with Model of 'Athleta' sculpture unveiled KEARNEY (AP) Forms of a swimmer, punter and pitcher are among the athletes portrayed in "Athleta," the sculpture which win be placed at the Cushing Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletic Complex at Kearney State College. Sculptor John Rairnondi unveiled a 'Good News' radio set to ao on &ir in McCook McCCOK (AP) A religious radio Motinn that uHll Rorrin hrnariractino in McCook April 8 may be only the first in a series, according to its manager. KNGN, for "Kansas-Nebraska Good News," win cover a 35-mile radius, and up to 60 miles in some directions, according to Greg Fairow, who recently came to McCook to manage the station. Record Book Births Lincoln General Hospital Dauehter DeWItt, Mark ond Poulette (Johraon), 3124 SeweH St., March 31. Softs Pennington, Bradley and Jenny (Zomet), IMS ft St., March 31. kuetming. Rick and Debra (Oondllnger), Hickman, March)). Bryot) Memorial Hospital Wit,, tvk Kofi ond MonfoomofVf Shawns, 4154 Hoi dregeSt.,March30. Sons Fisher. Wanda, 1017 S. Mm St. March 30. Crow, Timothy and Carat (Wormian), 930 N. 43rd St.. March 31. Kerrigan, Lorry ond Sheryl (Pitts), 1001 Garfield St. March 31. SchneMer, willlom and Linda (Peslcke), Malcolm, March 31. St. Illtobtrk Health Center Shot. Steve and Susan (Dvorak), OwteM, March 30. Matz, Brent and Cynthia (Frlei), fOO S. 23rd St. March 30. Travis, Morion ond Connie (Qui tine). 714 W. A St. March 30. Marrtner, Bill and BIM (Koss). 202S C St. 8S, March 31. McMahoa, Steve and Koyt (Nlmeman). 3iSt Portia SI. March 31. Heenlnk, Robert ond Downy (Hlootns), Hickman, March 31. Sam Burt, Anthony and Julie (Cotter), 3041 Chapel Hills Lane, March 31. Cell, Steve ond Debra (Wilson), SI 20 W. Zeomer St. March 31. Fisher, Richard and Patricio (Hoffmann), 3420 Mlnutemon Drive, April 1. Twin Sent Zlllte. Paul and Janet (Bates). 731 Shxkwell St. March 30. Out Of Teem Sworensen, Don ond Karon (McKeniie), Vltsek, West Germany, April 1. Fire Calls 11:01 a.m. 12S S. 10m, medical emergency. 11:27 a.m. 1710 D St. medical emergency. 11: 10 sun. 1200 N St. alarm sounding. 1 :M ant. 1004 F St. extinguished lire. 4:40 a.m. 1200 N St. alarm sounding. S: Si e-m. 1544 S. 11m, extinguished fire. 0:43 a-m. 3010 Wlldbriar, medical emergency. 7:S4 cm. W2l M St. medical emergency. 9:23 a.m.. 300 S. 10th, medlcot emergency, f :S cm. 27th ond Q. medical emergency. 10: 14 o.m. S15 w. Sounders, medico) emergency. 0: ! o-m. 331 S. 13th, olarm sounding. 1 :03 .m. Stth and Dewaese. oar Are. 1:24 e.esw 3927 S. 48th, medlcot emergency. l:ft e.m. 1540 Garfield, mooted emergency. 3: tOo.ee. 52nd ond Bancroft, medical emergency. 1:13 P.m. 1210 Charleston, possible expteslvg device. 1: 14 p.m. 33rd and Vine, Wury accident. 3:34 P.m. 14th onto, possible Wury Occident. 1:30 P.m. N.W. 14th and W. O St. Wury accident. 4: 3t p.p. 374 A St. oktrm sounding. Iowa Lottery Drawings DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - The winning numbers in Saturday night's Iowa Lottery Drawing were: 8, 10, 25, 28, 31, 33. The jackpot was estimated at S6J minion. The wild card was the 10 of hearts. The winning numbers drawn Saturday night in Lotto America were 8, 17, 26, 28, 33, 47. Estimated jackpot: $5.5 minion. Acquisition completed NEW YORK (NYT) - Cigna Corp, Philadelphia, an insurer, completed the acquisition of Equicor-Equitable HCA Corp, an insurance and health care business, for 777 million. Equicor was a venture between the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States and Hospital Corp. of America. The Lincoln Star Peg 15 came from a vessel, a nearby shoreline facility or a sewage treatment system, said Kirk Morrow, a groundwater geologist with the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control The Environmental Protection Agency was informed but no cleanup efforts were under way partly because the spin appeared to be small and the current of a free-running . river makes cleanup nearly impossible, Foster said A spokesman for Iowa Power and Light in Des Moines, Iowa, said the slick caused some problems with generating plants south of Council Bluffs, Iowa, but there was no loss of power generation. Water used for coolant purposes at the Council Bluffs Energy Center was temporarily diminished because of the spill, power spokesman John McCarrol said. tows in the mid-20s to the tower 30s, the weather service said. Sunny, mild weather is expected again Tuesday with highs in the tower 60s in the northeast to around 70 in the Panhandle. The extended forecast calls for mild weather Wednesday with a chance of showers. It win turn colder and there win be little chance of rain Thursday and Friday, the weather service said. Highs win be in the 50s to around 60 Wednesday, then drop to the 40s Thursday and Friday. model of his sculpture during a press conference Friday at the school. The towering 20-foot version will be unveiled next fall as Kearney State dedicates its new Cushing complex. The $90,000 bronze sculpture win weigh 3,000 to 5,000 pounds and will be placed on the west side of the addition. Birthday card Kopb OrtH f nrth 0t4 VrfIX CI I I A IUI II I for 50 years GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. (AP) - Mil- vton Halverson has sent the same birthday card to his longtime pal Arleen Carl son for 50 years. And she sends it right back. Mended over the years by strips of transparent tape now yellow and brittle, the card is the kind that could put a greeting card company out of business. Known as a "thrifty card," it features a piece of glazed paper on which the giver writes his or her name in pencil The idea is explained in a Scottish verse inside that ends, "Ye can just wash off my name, write in your own ye see. Then when my birthday comes around, ye can send it back tae me." "And that's what we've been doing for the past 50 years," said Halverson, who on Monday mailed the card for the 100th time. Carlson, who turns 72 on Saturday, has been fnends with Halverson since the two grew up together in Amery, Wis, where Carlson still lives. She remembers buying the card in an Amery drugstore for 5 cents, and mailing it for 2 cents. Halverson first received the card when he was 10. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Seoled proposals for the Medium Security Unit Reroofina, Nebraska Stole. Penitentiary, Lincoln, Nebraska, will be received by the Deportment ot .orrecrtonot services, f.u. box veooi, rorsom ona Von Dorn Streets. Lincoln, Nebraska. 44509, until 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 19. 1990. Bid security Is re-quired. Bidding documents are available from the Engineering Division, Central Office, Department of Correctional Services, Folsom and Van Oorn Streets, Lincoln Regionol Center. Lincoln. Nebraska. A pre-bid conference Is scheduled for 10:00 a m., Wednesday. April II, 1990, at the Nebraska State Penitentiary, Lincoln. All Interested contractors ore to meet at the Main Entrance, Ntbrosko Stole Penitentiary, leth t Pioneers Blvd. Lincoln. Nebraska. 0044534-ltApril2 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice h) hereby given that the Nebraska State Foster Care Review Board will hold o regular meeting on Thursday, April Z 1990 at 10:00 A.M. In the 2nd Floor Conference Room of the State Bar Association, 415 So. 14th Street, Lincoln. Agenda for the meeting Is available in the Review Board Office 301 Centennial Moll So. 3rd Floor. Lincoln. 0064537-ltApril 2 NOTICE OF MEETING RURAL WATER DISTRICT NO.1 LANCASTER COUNTY A meeting of the Board of Directors et Rural Water District No. 1, Lancaster County. Nebraska will be held ot 0:00 p.m. on Wednesdov. April II, 1990 at the District Office, 310 Fir Street. Bermet. Nebraska which meeting will be open to the Public An agendo for such meeting, kept continuously current is avolloble for inspection ot the District Office. Ben-net, Nebraska, but the agendo may be modified at such meeting. DonEhlers, Secretory 806453t-ltAprll2 NOTICE Eligible, Interested agencies ore Invited to submit proposals for o subgrant to establish tnousn literacy a programs for adult Individuals of limited English 9 proficiency. One hundred percent ot me program costs will be borne bv federal funding. The total amount available to the state far the program Is $25,000. Eligibility requirements ond application procedures are available from the Nebraska Deportment of Education, Adult Education. Section, P.O. Box 94907, Lincoln. NE 40509-4907. Telephone (402)471-4030. Deadline for receiving applications is May IS, 1990. 8064519-ltAprll2 NOTICE TO DBEWBE CONTRACTORS Northern improvement Company is seeking DBE WBE subcontractorssuppliers for price auotes to do any phase of the work on Protect F-24O010) Lancaster County being let bv the Nebraska Dept. ef Roads an April 12th. Interested contractors may contact Tom McCormlck, our President. K. G. Hess, Don Earl. Gerry Syverson or Phil Ouglnskl In our Fargo office (701 ) 277-1225. Phil Dugtnskl ond Gerry Swerson will be staving at the Residence Inn (e02) 403-4900 on April 11th ond vou may contact them there before the letting. -We are an Eovol Opportunity Employer". 00044530-21 April 13 NOTICE In accordance with Sections 77-704 ond 72-705 Heb, Rev. Stat. (Reissue of 1904), NOTICE t hereby given that the Board of Educotionol Londs ond Funds has conducted a reappraisal and adopted a new schedule ot valuations of all school lands M Lancaster County; ond that such new schedule of valuations, together with o tabulation of the valuation and she amount of semi-annual rental of each lease, has been filed m the office ef the County Treasurer ef sued ooufify ond IpSoM bsfcwnst cfiKthrV JwV t rWft, BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL LANDS AND FUNDS Rtctvjrd R. LeBwnc Executive Secretory SOaSJO-ttAorK J . LEGAL OsOTtCB faef FwrthsW tfe4eJ"fftQtlOft Contact: Barbara Kttment (4011 471-427 Nonce is hereby given that vocondet to she Ne-broM Grain Sorghum Development. UWUorton end Morketine Board oust tor Districts I and 4. District t Includes the counties of : Gage, Johnson, Nemang Pownop. and Richardson. District Includes the counties of: Dowse. Dundy, Httchceck. Red WUtew. Furnas. Harlan. Franklin Wstxtter. Adams, Kearney, Phetee. Gosper, Frontier, Hove, Cnosa Perkins, Keith, Lincoln, Arthur. McPtorton. Loeon. Grant. Hooter, Thomos. Cherry. KimbaiL Cheyenne. Dewek Scotts Bluff, Bonner. Morrill Garden. Sovx. Box Butte. Sheridan and Dawes. Any grain sorghum producer Intel sited In qppofcil moid may place bis or her name en the canatdocy tist tor the respective districts by filing a petition with the board. Qualified inotvtduols nssidtng wtttHA he above counties win be eitoibte. Ouoithed candt-dotes include those who are atiiens et Nebraska are atieost21 veort ot owe, hove been actwrxty eneoaed in growing groin sorghum In NebraiSo tor a period of at least five years, and derno a substantial pes Hon of their Income tram growing gram sorghum. A candidacy petition must carry the signatures of ot least SO resident prowors of io district lor which the canrjKtote is applying. AH petitions must be received by the Gram Sorghum Beard not later than 5:00 p.m. June II, 1990. Petitions can be obtained by writing to the Nebraiko Groin Sorghum Board. PA Box 94902, Lincoln. Nebraska edSOt; (a)47M27. OOeoSle-llAprlll RURAL WATER OiSTRICT NO. 1 OF CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA Notice H horebv ervn trot o meeting s the Cholr-monand Board of Directors ot Rural Water District No. J of Case County, Nebraska wtH be held Thursday. AprH II 1990, at 7:30 P.M. at the Rural Water Cntrceo! Elmwood. Nebraska which mootlno will Be eeen to the public An agendo tor such meeting kept continuously current is available tor public inspection at the office of the Manager at Elmwood, Nebraska the agenda may be modified at such meeting. Reuben Slock. Secretary 0044S1S-ltAprH2 NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL CLASS A, B LtQUOR ktCfltSB Notice is hereby given met the City CeuncM of the City of Lincoln. Nebraska wilt hold e hearing m the Council Chomber, CityCounty BolldlAa US South Whh Street, on Monday, the 9th day of AprM. tteg, at 1:30 P.M. for the purpose ot considering and acting upon the toiiowine application tor Coinfvn. Inc. dba "The Pub" tor an addition ot a cooler area of shotr Mcenssd premise ot 905 No. lem. At sold time and place, the City Council wt receive competent evidence under oath, either orally or by atttdovtt, from any person bearing upon the propriety crt me tswonce ot sold license as provided by low. THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO DESIRE TO CROSS-EXAMINE THE APPLICANT'S WITNESSES OR PRESENT REBUTTAL EVIDENCE MUST REGISTER WITH THE CITY CLERK 1471. 7431) AT LEAST ONE (1) WORKING DAY IN AO- VANCE Ot- THE HEARING. DEADLINE Thur. 4590. 4:30 P.M. P. A. MALZER, JR.CItV Clerk swuzvir. Aprnz APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE NAMB Applicant: Donold A. Sr. 4 Betty J. Clover, 2137 Clinton street. Lincoln. Nebraska 4U03 TRADE NAME: Snowf takes Ice Cream Parlor. General Nature ot business: Retail selling snow-cones. Ice cream. Popcorn. Hot Does, ond Soda Poa to the public. The IroOe name has been used in Nebraska since: JonuorvTO. 1990. STATE OF NEBRASKA I COUNTY OF LANCASTER 1" Donold A. Clover, Sr. a Betty J. Clover deposes Journal-Star WANT-ADS "why icalt" heart... Monday Friday 7:30 am 5:30 p-m. Saturday 8:00 a Jn. 1 :00 pjn. Call to place your ad.., 473-7451 Toll Free 1-800-742-7315, or brine your ad to the Journal-Star Want-Ad Counter 926 'P St, lincoln, NE 68508. Oeroee Soto Central 01.00 per Hoe per dev. (Prepaid price. Sot extra to have your ad billed). Minimum 2 lines. Private parties only, no commercial businesses. Ollnd Bex Nember The Joumoi-Stor otters blind box service to wont-od customers who wish to remain anonymous ond hove confidential replies. The charge for this service is 012.00 It replies org called tor at the Journal-Star office. tlMO H reel let ore to be moiled. - .' 142 JOURNAL-STAR WANT-ADS Lost FOUND: Blonde Cocker Spaniel, female, woorine blue nylon editor, found In vicinity of 22nd A Holdrege. Coll 435-4441. ' 126 Business Opportunities Hound your wedding dress on So 27th St. Call to claim, Mary. 467-1404 A nice Donut business for sole. coll 4W-1307 or 484-5)10 Denny. LOST OR FOUND A PBT9 Call Animal Control 471-7904 Weekdays 0-4pm; aha visit Hu- A nice NAPA auto parts store m Crete, 076-2777 or 444-7424, mane soc lory once Bar for sole In small town. Serious Inquiries only. Write to P. O. Box 73. Otoe, NO. 40417. LOST: 4 mos. old puppy from 25th orea. Coll 421-2640. Be Your Own BOSH Barber shop for rent. Call 474-4969 or 489-0671. LOST: Mole gray 4 white cat, 11 months old, answers to Chum ley, vac of South 24m St.. green collar A tog. Call 4744237 leave message Candy vendlna excellent profit, mln. Investment, 1-000-999-2395 Established business with 30 years experience. Chromork Corp. manufacturers of school supplies, needs a Distributor for Nebraska. 020,000 for Inventory. Many established accounts. Training In your orea. Call Har-Old Weers. 303-772-6934. LOST: Miniature Apricot Poodle, mole, tost near Hwy 77 North. REWARD! Coll 447-3521. LOST: Sheltle old, vicinity of 423-1263. LOST: White German ShepherdHusky mix, with blue collar, orea of 42nd 4 N, 489-3S4S. Mailings Pet Store SIS. 000 Inventory for sole. Buy bulk or single-ly. Coll between 12 noon-S:30pm M-F. 462-2794. REWARD family looking for 4 mo old female Boxer puppy, reddish brawn A block stripes, (or indie) wwtnte on chest A paws. Has silver choke chain, missing from HI B SI. March 29th. 474-7464 129 Financial 015,000 CASH LOANS Bad credit OK, Tam-epm 1-400-080-4927 148 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED DON'T LOSE YOUR CREDIT We take over payments k insurance. Get rid at that vehicle. No fee or charge. LUyiSnOTO 9AM-9PM 7 DAYS IN OMAHA .31-1700 tf 1-000-736 MSI tl DATING SERVICE & For professional help from someone m the business 3v yrs with over 1,750 local members. We use no magic here. We know our business. Over 400 people have married through our service. Complete confidentiolify. Coll Blue Moan Doting Service. 477-1473. Home Equity Loans from 02000 loSlOO.000. No Income or credit requirements. 409-1014. FIRST SECURITY MORTOAOB C? KA&IC MATCH C? DATING SERVICE It's Sprinel Love is hi the air! Join Mogic Match Dating Service. Confidential. Coll anytime 409-4433. Need 050-0150? Will cosh your check 8. hold it till your next payday. Fast Buck Check Cashing, 1104 No. 27th, 435-4352 or new location 2310 N. I (1st 1 Con husker), 430-23)3 Especially for Pleasures. Need Cash, Now? we Can Help Up to 05,000 Eosvl 95 Aoerovoll Free Details! Call 1-000-364-3710 New Elecfrolux vocumns. S329. PREGNANT A WONDERING WHAT TO 007 Explore the protection A benefits of adaption which only o licensed ogencv can provide. 403-7079. NE Chlidrens Home, 4600 volley Rd. 132 Hobbies Stamps Coins Stock Reduction! All supplies ond books 20 Off I Chick Bart lett 764 NBC Center Sports Court membership, expires end of Mortl. 034mortthly. Coll Jennifer, 475-5402 or 444-3555 I W:ayUWUsl Monday April 2 2:00 or 7:00 PM Holiday Inn N.E. 5250 Comhusker Hwy. Lincoln Join over 10.000 graduates placed natkKiwide with the airlines. Interviews win be scheduled for qualified candidates as Reservation Agents, Customer Service Agents. Ramp Agents. Ticket Agents and Right Attendants. We're proud to be America's largest nationally accredited AIRLINE training school. Outstanding Placement Financial Adi (if qualified) Fully NAT.T.S. accredited IS: Ah St. Louis, end says shot they org the applicants ond thov tiovg rood and knew the contents ot sold Hotomotd. and -verily believe She tacts stated herein la be true ond Donald A. Clover. Sr. and Betty J. Clover, Applicants Subscribed and sworn to before me this lent day of march, 1998. Lou Ann Toft Notary Public 004S4e-lT,Aprtl2 APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE NAME Daniel L. Srorkweamer. 3035 Vine St. UncotaNEesm TRADE NAME: The Pointing Connection General Nature of business: Commercial e Rest- donfiol Pointing Int. Ext. Trw trade nam has been used In Nebraska since: March 20, 1990 STATE OF NEBRASKA ) COUNTY OF LANCASTE R P" Daniet L. Stork wreother deposes ond says that I om the applicant and l have read ond know the contents et sold statement, ond I verily believe the tacts (toted herein to be true and correct. Ooniel L. Starkweather, Applicant Subscribed ond sworn to before me this 20th day at March, 1990. Lou Ann Toft. Notary Public e0044S7-ltAplil2 PUBLIC NOTICE The Oepuilineiil of Education Is seildttng letters ef Interest tram consultants to provide professional architectural services tor a comprehensive copttol soclllties 4an tar the Osportmenl of Education's fo-cmtles et the Nebraska School tor the Deaf In Omoha NE. She Nebraska School for the Visually Handicapped m Nebraska City, NE. and the Nebraska Diagnostic and Resource Center In Cared. NE. Please indicate Merest by sending letters la Nuke Stefkovich, Administrative Services, Deportment ot Education, P.O. Box 94907, XI Centennial MoN South. 4m Floor, Lincoln. NE 44509-4907. no ioter than April 20, 1990. eOOteA43-Jt.AprHt9.14 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF INDEPENDENT YOUTH THEATRE CO. Nonce Is hereby given the incorporation ot Independent Youth Theatre Co. o non-profit corporation oroaniied under the laws of the State of Nebraska with Its reefslered office at 540 North 14m Street; Lincoln, Nebraska 40500. The general nature of its business Is to educate the public on various Issues concerning drum, racism, peer pressure, ond the In-stiiime of morels and values in our society through Mo writing, producing ond present Ins of theatrical productions, speeches, and other public forums and lo hove oil ot the other powers ond duties outhorlied bv the Non-Prof It Corporation Act of the State ot Nebraiko. The Corporation commenced doing business on the 29th day of December, 1909, and shall have perpetual existence. The affairs of the Corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors ond such off leers as provided for In the By-Lows of the Corporation. Dated this 29th day of March, 1990. INDEPENDENT YOUTH THEATRE CO. 030t454S-JT. April 2, 9,14 NOTICE A Public tutoring for: THE REVIEW OF ALLEGED VIOLATION OF OFFENDERS ON PAROLE will be heard bv the Board ot Parole ot the Lincoln Correctional Center and Nebraska State Pwutentlarv. Lincoln, Nebraska; Omaha Correc-rtonoi Center, Omaha Nebraska; Hastings Correctional Center, Hastings. Nebraska; ond Nebraska Center for Women, York, Nebraska; on April 1 3, 4, S, 4 9. 10. 11. a 13, 14, 17, 10. 19, 20. 23, and 25. 1990. Parole hearinos will be held on April 12, 14, 17, 19, 20. 23, and 25, 1990. Hearings will commence at 0:15 a.m. In Lincoln; 9:30 o.m. hi York ond Omaha; ond 10:15 o.m. In Hastings. A current agendo is ovailoble for Inspection during normal business hours el the office at the Boord. RONALD L. BARTEE CHAIRMAN. BOARD OF PAROLE 01044511 IT, April 2 155 Ticket Exchange 1 round trip ticket from Lincoln to Washington DC, June 29th returning July Oth. 0220. Call 477-9220 otter 4pm. 1 RT ticket from Omaha to Sail Lake City on Delta. Deport Apr 4, return Apr 22. 1200. Coll 423-1625 Eric Clapton. Ames. Iowa. 420. 2nd row. 050. 4354249 Fly Cheopl Airline ticket, Lincoln to Denver to Eugene, or April 10 PMS50.COII423-234. TWA Flight coupons, expires Mov 4. 0300 or best offer. For more info coll 483474. 205 Professional Services Proofreading 4 word processing. Experienced, reos. 403-0)04. BANKRUPTCY 474-8054 V. Powers Attorney Incorporation Services, Business Services, Business Plans, Funding Proposals, Management Studies, Venture Capitalisation Plon-ning. Coll 4744923, Oom-Opm. A Found Incorporation Services, Business Services. Business Plans, Funding Proposals, Management Venture Capitalization Planning. Call 476-2104 Oom-Opm BANKRUPTCY Pollak, Frank Hicks, Attrt 474-14)4 210 Income Tax every 7 days CPA will do taxes for your self, business or form. Coll 464-5270 Block Labrador A Van Oorn E xperienced. 464-3442 Shirley Stogel. 32)3 Dudley UNCLE SAM GOT YOU DOWN9 Moonlight me CPA does tax work, reasonable, A exp. 464-5470, Burr's Tax Service - Businesses Indlvtduols-Exp-Coll 477-3022 JAKE'S TAX 3ERVICS 10 yrs. exp. businessIndividual, 423-71 43444-70M oppt, or pickup. Donold R. Johnson, exp. fax preparation, personal or busl-ness. For oppt. -pickup, 435-7997 H. Glancv Tax Service. 5500 Hoi-dreoe, Rm. 101. Call 444-0164 any time for oopt. or pick up. mix puppy, 4 mos. 56th A Rokebv Rd' Sod 220 Alterations Sewing Tailoring 'Quality sewing, olterlnetailor-Ing. Estimates. Fostl 423-2760. Men's alterations, altering & tol-ioring. Estimates, tost. 476-3133 Alterations Etc. Altering & tailor-Ing. 611 NO 27th 10. 474-2954 THE ALTERATION SHOP 449-9510 Personals 240 Building & Contracting Remodeline, additions, construction, brick, block, mosonary work, 475-1347. SPECIALIZE IN CONCRETE Basement walls repaired or replaced, insured, reasonable, guaranteed. 474-9337 or 476-3447 MB Contracting, remodeling-repair, 435-7354, references REJDA CONSTRUCTION Custom homes, additions, decks, remodeling of any typo. Insured B refs.. 475-4407 ladles. Intimate 473-2945. any time. Regency upright Roth. 435-4691. Concrete, bockhoe Bobcat work, coll 474-7043 Carpentry, parages, room additions, decks. Also concrete work, foundation repolr. Coll 484-HM 241 Mowers Small Eng. Repolr Mower, filler tune-ups. Freepup 4 delivery, 464-5939 tjetore 6pm 245 Concrete Work AKSAMIT CONSTRUCTION Driveways, patios, sidewalks, etc. 421-1201 or 483-7335. "GABEL CONCRETE" Sidewalks, polios, driveways, drain tile, parking lots, II yrs. oxp free est, 466-7337, 437-4252 Basement Repair Walls replaced or repaired, garage floors, drivel, patios, free est.. 466-47)9. SANCHEZ CONCRETE 477-4994 All types of concrete work. IS yrs exp. Quality work ot low rates. RJ Concrete, sidewalks, drives, patios. Bobcat work. Ins.4754433. Concrete work, sidewalks, drives patios, steps 4. retaining waits, no lob too small. 944-2176 collect. Rose Construction For free estimates on oil types of concrete work, coll 475-4430 or 477-0682. Insured Sidewalks Polios t-Booms Refs. 474-0459 otter Spm Dick's Concrete, free estimates, lifetime guarantee. 790-7803. EMS CONSTRUCTION Concrete & basement repair, dirt work 4 houllng. 466-5574. 437-7464. 250 Home Services & Repairs MO Skilled coraentrv. Interior, ex- tertor, free est. Jeff 792-2404,

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