The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on March 12, 1991 · 20
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Page 20 The Lincoln Star STATE LOCAL Tuesday, March 12, 1991 Douglas County commissioner calls for probe of ag society Reports allege proxy votes of inactive members used to influence composition of group's governing board. OMAHA (AP) The chairman of the Douglas County Commission said he will seek an investigation of the Douglas County Agricultural Society over proxy voting in that organization. " Chairman Ray Simon said he wants the county attorney's office to determine whether the agricultural society has done anything illegal or improper, and to study whether the Douglas County Board could take over the agricultural society. "I'm willing to cooperate in any request Mr. Simon makes of this office," Jim Jansen, Douglas County Attorney, said Monday. Simon said he expected to meet with Jansen on Thursday. Ted Arglntean, president of the county agricultural society, said Monday that he would welcome an investigation by the county attorney into the society. He also said he would welcome a larger county board role in its operation. MEANWHILE, A state senator said he is concerned that the agricultural society unfairly is damaging the reputation of agricultural societies throughout Nebraska. Agricultural societies are created apart from the county board under Nebraska law. They have taxing authority and generally benefit from tax support. "Something smells out at the ag society, and it's not just horse manure," Simon said Sunday. Simon said he was referring to reports in the Omaha Sunday World-Herald about how Jon Manz, fair executive director, and Bob Romeo, the fair's entertainment booking agent, use the proxy votes of inactive society members to influence the composition of the society's governing board. , THE SOCIETY FILLS vacancies on its governing board, known as the fair board, at annual meetings. The fair board hires contractors and the executive director. "What's the big deal? It's the way ag societies have operated for years," Manz said. "Is it illegal? No. Is it wrong? No." Regarding a possible investigation, Manz said Monday that there would be no problem providing any information that might be requested. "We have not kept anything secret," Manz said. He said records of receipts, disbursements, a copy of a Romeo Agency contract and a record of payment to Romeo was provided to a reporter upon request. a Something smells out at the ag society, and it's not just horse manure. Commissioner Ray Simon W ROMEO ALSO SAID that he would encourage an investigation, as well as greater county involvement in the agricultural society. Sea Stan Schellpeper of Stanton criticized how proxy voting allows Romeo and Manz to wield a large voting block at annual meetings of the tax-supported organization. "It's wrong," Schellpeper said, "This setup sounds too much like big business." Schellpeper is a State Fair Board member and managing secretary of the Stanton County Agri-. cultural Society. He also is a sponsor of legislation to increase oversight of county agricultural societies, which operate 89 of the 94 county fairs in Nebraska. MANZ ACKNOWLEDGED he used proxy votes last November to remove from the fair . board longtime member Joyce Janis, who said she had been at odds with Manz over how the society spends money with the Romeo Agency. Romeo and Manz said they see no harm in the business of running a fair overlapping with their private business interests. Simon said the overlap smacks of a "sweetheart deal" But Argintean said he saw no problem with the relationships. Simon advocated bringing the fair administration under direct control of the County Board. "NONE OF THOSE interconnections could or would have occurred if they were directly ac countable to the County Board," Simon said. ' ' Manz has said the Douglas County Agricultural Society is not a governmental body subject to Nebraska public records and conflict-of-inter-est laws. " , In late January, the state attorney general's office issued an opinion saying the Supreme Court clearly had ruled that the agricultural societies were subject to the state open meetings law. And, while saying there was no case dealing specifically with the issue, the opinion said the department believes the societies are subject to public records statutes. " . : . A bill pending before the Legislature would clarify the law further. The measure, LB398, also would give county boards more authority to oversee the budgets and other activities of agricultural societies and fair boards. The measure, sponsored by Sen. Doug Kristen-sen of Minden, is endorsed by the Nebraska Association of County Officials, the Nebraska Association of Fair Managers and Common Cause of Nebraska. Z Investigator fired gun in questioning Phelps Private detective testifies in Cutshall kidnapping trial. MADISON (AP) - A private invest!-gator said Monday he fired a gun into the air while questioning a man accused of kidnapping a Norfolk girl nearly four years ago because he was frustrated. Roy Stephens of Omaha testified that he and David Phelps, who is accused of kidnapping Jill Cutshall, searched a wildlife refuge for the child's body and at one point Stephens fired a gun. Special prosecutor James Smith asked Stephens why he'd fired the gun. "Frustration," Stephens said. "I'd been out there all this time, knowing that Jill was here, knowing that she'd been brought here, the pain she had to feel, the hurt, the agony, how she had yelled and screamed she didnt want to be here. She sure as hell didnt want that happening to her," Stephens said. Stephens also said he didnt have formal training as a private investigator but he stayed on the Cutshall case because her family asked him to. A DEC. 3, 1988, tape of a Stephens in-terview with Phelps also was played in the courtroom. On the tape, Phelps said there had been three incidents in which he had had sexual contact with a child. Phelps also said on the tape that he was attracted to a paper girl in Norfolk. When Stephens asked Phelpsn the;, tape whether he had bee'fattfacted i lo ". JCPhelpssaitfhe hadn't' " Stephens was expected to continue his testimony Tuesday. Stephens' assistant, Diane Robinette of Omaha, also testified Monday as the trial of Phelps entered its second week. Phelps, 28, formerly of Norfolk, is charged in Madison County District Court with kidnapping Jill Cutshall of Norfolk in August 1987. . Jill was 9 when she was last seen on the porch steps of her baby sitter's home. She has never been found, but her clothes were found at the Wild Duck Wildlife Area in nearby Stanton County a few months after she disappeared. Robinette testified that she and Stephens drove Phelps in a van to the wildlife area southeast of Norfolk on Jan. 4, 1989. , While there, Stephens handed Phelps a shovel and told him to find Jill, Robinette testified Phelps said he didn't know where the girl was but would like to help, she said. "Every now and then, Roy would holler out 'Where's Jill?' and David would keep walking," Robinette testified. ROBINETTE SAID she held a handgun while the three of them walked around the wildlife area for about 90 minutes. She said Stephens grew tired and frustrated and took the gun and fired it into the air, then he handed it back to Robinette, she said. . Phelps said he had heard the girl was buried in a cemetery near the wildlife area, Robinette said, so the three drove to the cemetery, where Phelps went to one corner and began digging a hole. Robinette said Phelps dug for a while, then stopped. Robinette said Stephens asked her to get a tape recorder from the van and Phelps then made a statement Later they drove to a Norfolk motel where an Omaha television crew . was waiting and took a videotaped statement from Phelps, she testified. . Phelps said he was relieved to tell the truth but he feared for the safety of his fiance and baby, Robinette said. Earlier Monday, KMTV cameraman Roger Prai testified that Phelps told the cameraman and reporter that he had something to get off his chest and couldn't sleep nights. The videotape has been played for the Jury, On it, Phelps said he and a friend,. Kerrrdt -Baumgartnef,"left .the' Cutshall. 5 apartment Tiduse the morning of Aug. 13,; 1987, with the child and drove her to a wildlife management area southeast of Norfolk. Phelps said in the taped interview that he held the girl while the other man molested her. No charges have been filed against Baumgartner, who now lives in California and repeatedly has denied any wrongdoing. THE DEFENSE has said Phelps videotaped statements were false and made under pressure. Prai said Phelps was not threatened during the interview he gave about his role in Jill's disappearance, but he also testified that he saw Stephens put a revolver in a briefcase after Phelps had been taken'by two police officers from the motel room to the Norfolk Police Station. At the police station, Phelps denied that he was involved in Jill's disappearance. B o winner. Venlnos too pro. ducer, fost cosh. Call Terry, 1-800-741-7507 Excellent opportunities for Bar. Stylists to own their own bull- pm. 13 partnership In estob- ntnM Dullness at over 25 years. Confidential. Sand Inquiries to: P.O. Box 4743, Lincoln, NE 68504. Former police officer is bound over tor trial in Duffy's Tavern burglary Former Lincoln police officer Donald Northcott Jr, 39, has been bound over to Lancaster County District Court for trial on a burglary charge filed against him in February. The charge alleges Northcott an 18-year veteran of the Police Department took money from Duffy's Tavern, 1412 0 St Police officials said Northcott 6130 Princess Margaret Drive, was arrested after an officer dispatched to investigate the burglary recognized him on a videotape as the person taking $72 from an upstairs office at the tavern. Northcott was on-duty and in uniform at the time of the burglary, police said The management of the tavern had . installed the video camera in response io a senes oi unsolved mens there. Northcott was scheduled for a procedural hearing next Monday in Lancaster County Court His attorney, however, requested an earlier court appearance, authorities said. During the hearing, held Thursday, Northcott waived his rights to a preliminary hearing in the case and was bound over to district court for trial, said Chief Deputy County Attorney John Colborn. He is scheduled for arraignment in district court April 3. Colborn said the case is still under investigation. He declined to comment on whether he expected additional charges to be filed against Northcott Lincoln police investigating report of man who tried to lure child into car Police Monday were seeking a man who attempted to lure an 11-year-old Lincoln girl into his car Sunday afternoon, Lt Stephen Imes said. Imes said the incident occurred at about 6:45 p.m. on the north side of Hoi-drege Street between 37th and 38th streets. After following in a car from near 48th Street as the Intended victim rode her bicycle west along Holdrege, the man blocked the sidewalk in front of the girl with his car. The man, who was a stranger to the girl, told the child her mother had asked him to give her a ride, Imes said. Imes said the girl was skeptical and refused to get into the car. She asked the man questions so he could prove he knew her mother, but although he an-' swered correctly, she still refused to get -into the car. After the girl continued to refuse, the man tried to grab her through an opened window and caught hold of her shirt, which ripped when she pulled away. Shefledonherbicvcle. The man drove away west on Hoi-drege in a car described as a green, older model, rusty, four-door with 3 (Gage) County license plates. The man was described as white, in his 30s, balding, and having a medium build. He was wearing a short-sleeved shirt and blue jeans. fiMfs oca! EgffiEtfr. sports AnhmmSmtetcl CtttOOn 1900 llnmlnWrfrWK Journal-Star WANTVADS "why wait" hours... Monday - Friday 7:30 ajn. 5:30 pjn. Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pin. Call to place your ad .. . 473-7451 Toll Free 1-800-742-7315, or bring your ad to the Journal-Star Want-Ad Counter 926 'F St, Lincoln, NE 68508. Deodllnes for new ods, cancellations, corrections and exten sions of In-column ads: 5:30 p.m. of the day prior to publication (I p.m. Saturday for Sunday and Monday). Advance deadlines for holidays. When cancelling an ad, be sure to get a "cancellation number". Display ads: 3 working days prior to publication. Want-Ad Prices ... Ads appear In both the Star and Journal or Sunday Journal-Star at the following prices (effective Jan. l, 1991 ) : No. of Una 2 3 4 5 6 1 I I 4 S 4 7 It St Day Days Dart Dors Days Dor Days Dan Days 4.40 S.40 12.00 15.20 1800 20.40 22.40 27.00 72.00 6.45 12.30 17.55 22.70 26.25 29.70 32.55 39.00 103.50 8.40 16.00 22.80 28.80 34.00 38.40 42.00 50.00 132.00 10.25 19.50 27.75 35.00 41.25 46.50 50.75 60.00 157.50 12.00 22.80 32.40 40.80 48.00 54.00 58.80 69.00 180.00 (The above are gross prices for consecutive days without change. SAVE lt with prepayment or If payment Is received within it days of Wiling.) I PAY FOR YOUR ADS CONVENIENTLY WITH YOUR VISA OR MASTERCARD vtsa Pre-Pald Classifications Personals (148), Share Living Quar ters 1790), situations Wanted (MO), will Da Babysitting (662). Minimum od size 2 lines. Low Cost Family Wont-Ads 4 llnet4 For any number of personal Items for sole, with a price tor each, totalling up to $1,000.00. Additional lines SI .00 per line. Limited to var.jus Items-for-sale classifications. Private parties only, no commercial businesses. . Please check your ad... We moke every effort to avoid errors by carefully proofreading all copy. However, we ask that you check your ad the first day It appears. If you find a mistake, please call 471-7451 so the error can be corrected. Wo regret that we cannot be responsible for more than one day's Incorrect Insertion, Clolms for adlustment must be made within 7 days of publication. The Journal-Star Printing Co. cannot be liable for an amount greater than the amount paid for such advertisement. The Journal-Star Printing Co. has the right to eait. revise, properly classify or retect advertising copy which does not conform to Its rules and regulations. 142 Lost t Found Pound female Siamese cat, pregnant, I5lh ft Sumner area, 475- 1970 LOST Oft FOUND A PIT' Call Animal Control 471-7904 7 days a week, 7 :00om-1 1 :JOom Also visit The Humane Society once every a days. LOST: Springer Retriever mix dog, female, tan, weighs 35 Ids vicinity of 23rd ft Orchard, answers to 'Pipy'. 438-1433 LOST: whiteton Himalayan long-hair, trt. clows dec lowed, neutered, wearing collar wrables toe. 4730 Logan vicinity. Call 464503, osk for Mike. LOST: Young adult cat, long hair, buff color, recently spayed, Airpark area, lost Prl. 470-3235. 148 Personals O DATING SERVICE O WMktwest's largest ft besLTho Blue Moon Dating Service with over 2000 focal clients. 4Vj yrs In business. Complete confidentiality ft personal service. For more into con 477-1473 anytime. t) MAGIC MATCH O w niTiun rrmnir UHllrlP KMItnt You too can hove magic moments In your life. Join now. Conflden-tlol. Open 7 days. Coll 489-6433. Celebrating our 15th year as Hoover Vacuum Factory Outlet. Sales, Service, New ft Used. Vack Shock, 1422 South St. 435-5S34. Club Elite membership for sole, Mademoiselle, 1500. 464-2360, Danclnelv Yours Professional oance Instruction "Mo Contracts" Singles or couples. 473-3W9 Lincoln Habitat for Humanity accepting applications for home ownership. Moderate Income, no large debts, first time buyer. For Information coll 474-3017 Mole Dancer- will entertain par ties or Bachelorette. For Info: Box 247 jsp Co 926 P Street, Lincoln, NE 68506. Mary Kay products 40 oft. Coll 488-1642 103 Card of c" "y'"-Tltanks - -'-t;t The Franklin Gee Fomlly monks oil the neighbors ft friends for their memorials, flowers, gifts of food, cards ft kind support In Fay's recent passing. 126 Business Opportunities ALL CASH VENDING All types. 1-800-777-4969 (24 hours). FREE brochure!! FOR SALE: Daylight Donut Shop near Lincoln, well equipped, established, profitable, potential tor growth, 402-362-3869 or writ BOX 53, York, NE, 68467 129 Financial Home Equity Loons from S2000 to 1100,000. No Income or credit requirements. 419-1114. FIRST SECURITY MORTGAGE LOANS -11.9 all emploveed accepted, counselors on duty 9to9.CoM 5I3-769-3571. LOANS. No credit bod credit Grants aval table n-tttwttft smfee HEED 850, Site, tlttt We will cash your personal check and hold It until your next pay day. Fast Buck Check Checking lias, na ztn. 435-4352. 132 Hobbies Stomps Coins Baseball Cards, many 1000'sfrom -w) inci. Ryan ft Robinson Irookles. Must see. Jim 476-931 Desert Storm sets SI 3. Coll 474-5556. FutaboFP-4NBL4ehannelallder radio, 2 mos. old, S!60-new, ask- ng SHU OBO. COII 477-8767. White Ace has arrived. see us for all your stamp needs. AALP COLLECT! BLES, 4764608 Belmont Plan tlth ft Cornhuskor 142 Lost A Found FOUND DOGS: ShepherdLob mix, white with ton, female. t-H wks; Cocker Spaniel, blonde, male, 2-4 yrs; Schnauier, black, male, 8-12 mos; PekingeseSen nauier mix, black with white, female, 1-2 yrs. FOUND CATS: DSH grey with Mlver tiger, male, young adult) umi dkkk ft white with brown, female, adult; DMH black ft (white, 3-6 mos; DLH black ft brawn tiger, 4-4 mos; DMH white with block ft brown fleer, male. adult; DSH black ft white, female, 8-10 mos; DSH orange tiger with white, female, adult; DLH grey, male, adult CAPITAL HUMANE SOCIETY 477-7722 Band Aid. Oldies but goodies sell fast in "Musical Instruments" in the Journal-Star Wnnt-Ads 473-7451 MR. BUDGET CATERING Quolity food at affordable price I me parries, receptions. 47J-5UJ. 148 CenOnMO)i St. Patrick's Singles Dance. Sat, March 16 at Villager Conference Center, 52nd ft 'O', 8:30pm. Music by Split Decision. S3 member, SS non-member. More info, 477-0071. Sponsored by The Crowd. SUCCESS-MINDED 'SINGLE" WOMEN ONLY Find THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE This framing Is fun and gets results quickly CALL 466-6151 VIsa&MC accepted Seminar Training Systems Suite 432, GreentreeCt. Gateway-Lincoln 155 Ticket Exchange 1 ticket to the opera Don Giovanni concert, March 16m, 8pm, 112. Coll 477-7113. 2 airline tickets for sole from Omaha to Los Angeles, Morch 23-30. S240 ea. OBO. Call 436-9944 or 489.5604. 2 Final Four tickets Phone 308364-2601 2 round trip Midway certificates. New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington , D.C. etc. Good til 327. S120 ea. OBO. 436-0961 4 Midway cert. (2 RT). NYC Chic, Boston, Phil Atlanta Dot-las, Denver, Wash. D.C etc SSO each. Good till 3-27. 423-2282. Denver: One round-trip plane ticket Lincoln to Denver. Departs 3-14-91 at 4:00pm ft returns 3-17-91 at 9:00pm. Please call 466-3957. 1150 OBO (STOP value) One way Midway certificate, S7S. Call 476-9662 or 476-6474. 301 Antiques & Collectables e ANTIQUES BOUGHT TOP CASH PAID, Furniture Glassware, Jewelry, Clothing Crockery, Quilts, Dolls, etc. Doleial, Shirley J. Appraisals, Purchases ft Referrals. 475-2223 At your ctiaMlfM Salt ntsyBBBnUttyt i sout K3Wf5f COtrt COfYCTSCt fSjblB. 301 (CenSMee) AnllquM 301 Antique LANCASTER ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE io yum or ouALmf sratf. 50 SELECT EXHIBITS SAT, MARCH 16, tam-tpm SUN, MARCH 17, 10om-5pm STATE FAIRGROUNDS EXPO BUILDING LINCOLN, NE ADMISSION 81.50 mm cash fou wmrs Anytime 7 days, 466-8294, 437-9399 "Anltewes, Buying ft Selling We Pay Cash. Hours: 1-5 ' VEL-ROY'S, 648 N. 31st. 477-7062 STAR CITY ANTIQUE MALL 467-2221 500 No. 66 Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 Sun. 12:30-5:30 Antique Corner Cooperative 17 dealers buy ft ten: 1601 So. 17th, M-S. I0-5:30pm. Sun. 12-S IntefTtottonol Shows Presents OMAHA INTERNATIONAL f ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE March 15-16-17 , Civic Auditorium Convention Center Frl. ft Sot. 12 Noon to 9PM Sunday 1:00PM to6:00PM 100 Selected Exhibits "Area's Top Show" Booth Info: 1-417-781-4000 - (Cento MEMORY LANS ANTIQUES Meridian Park Centre, E 'O' St. Dealer space available , 464-4955 or 489-8987 Mid 19th Century English crock, blue ft gray salt glaze, exc cond., S150OBO. 467-1964. OPEN DAILY INDIAN VILLAGE PLEA MARKET EMPORIUM 3235 So 11 PACK RATS COOP 1417 117th 474-tMl 7 Shops BwvftSell M-5 18-3:38 Sun 12-5 Prime dealer space avail. In Lincoln's most successful mall. Call 402-476-6M7 or visit the Burlington Arcade Antique Mall In Lin-' coin's Historic Hoymorkot. r THE COUNTRY STORE 21 56 So 7th (1 blk So of South) 302 Arts& Crafts Painting classes, dayseves. Chit. dren - odults. Art Studio, 464-4100. The Gift Basket ft Country Croft Is now open. Come In ft see our new ft exciting crafts ft baskets, 4711 Huntington, 46M376. 303 Building Material 12x20 garage, easy transportable, side door ft front door, 9x7, S500. Coll 475-4212. Ash to Zebrawood, widest selection of hardwood In the state, over 40 species, 50,000 ft. In stock. Hardwood plywood, veneers, dowels, etc 477-5989 Hardwood Heavee IsMS.Srd Need lumber? Old farm house ft buildings to be torn down. Call 798-7787 or 68361 85. TRI-PAC CABINETS, 1st, 2nd ft factory overrun. RFD Sales, Douglas, Ne. 799-3385. 308 Clothing 4 PROM DRESSESI 1 1 II Sit 5-9. Ronge S20-S8O. Great styles. Coll 466-2646 Ivmsg. Bridal ft bridesmaids gowns 50 off, 10 off all alterations till Mar, 31st, 786-2411 Mon-Sat. 8-5 , BUSINESS & SERVICE 110 u d G INDEX SERVICES 205 Accounting 208 Alterations ft Sewing - 210 Appliance Repair 213 Attorneys 215 Auto Repair ft Maintenance 217 Bicycle Repair 220 Building ft Contractors 223 Carpet ft Upholstery 225 Chlldcare - Licensed 226 Chlldcare 230 Concrete Work 233 Domestic Services 235 Electrical Repair 23S Entertainment 240 Heating ft Air Conditioning 241 Home Health Care 245 Home Services ft Repair 250 Income Tax 251 Insulation 252 Insurance 253 Interior Decorating 255 Lawn ft Garden Care 258 Lessons ft Tutoring 260 Miscellaneous Services 265 Mower ft Small . Engine Repair 266 Moving 268 Painting 270 Pet Services 272 Plastering ft Drvwall 275 Plumbing 271 Professional Services 279 Siding 280 Snow Removal 285 Tree Services 290 Trucking ft Hauling 295 TV VCR Radio, Stereo Repair Rett your ad In the Journal-Star 8ant1c Directory. Alterations aaa & Sewing ZUO Experienced alterations Coll Gall. 464-9578. Alterations ft sewing. Exp. ft prompt service, jooy, 466-5465. THI ALTERATION SHOP 419-9511 Alterations Etc. Altering ft tollor. ing. 611 No 27th 10, 474-2954 Quality sewing, alterlnetallor-Ing. Estimates. Fasti 423-2768. Custom sewing, beading ft floral designs. Weddings, annlvor- sories, proms. Penny, 4644367 Appliance Repair 210 Motor appliance repair, will buy or PICKUP USQO QPPI. OIDO, 477-4042 Attorneys 213 BANKRUPTCY DIVORCE Pollak ft Hicks, Attys 474-1414 BANKRUPTCY 474-5054 V. Powers Attorney Building & Contractors 220 We re friendly ft do perfect work. General contracting, 17 yrs exp. MSA Const. 781-2159 Basement repair, walls raoktcod. retaining walls ft concrete. Ouah iry wore,. Bill Lofler, rot, 4354192, TIRED OF BEIH6 R0LII(D77 Local cleaning company wants your business. We take pride In what we do. If your not getting what your paying for then dont delovl Call: The Cleaning Experts for a free ft fair estimate today I Business 791-5881, Home Remodeling, oil types, good quality, reasonable rates. MASTBWFINISH 483-1193 Quality ft performance. Remodeling, additions, windowdoor replacement ft much more. WeeseConstructlon, 477-3738 1 Bunding ft OOti Contratctorgj tCsCU AMIttetis onol RefrMdettnt ResMettttol oim) CofHRterxiol M. Schmledtr Gen, Contractor Ins, ft Rots, 476-24I1 Custom homes, decks, oddlllons, roofing, remodeling of any type. Int. Reft, Relda Const, 438-3407 Chlldcare-Licensed 225 3 openings- USDA Food Program, RandolphSt. Theresa school area. 48X125, tv. msg. NE Lincoln, reliable, responsible, exc. rets. 2 FT openings. 464-4703 54th ft Pioneer area, 2 FT pre- schooi ope openings, call 489-9426 Teacher opening new daycare, t blks south of Copttol, please leave Qt 475-181 1. Openings In Dawes ft Huntington school area, tats of TLC 466-9753. In home daycare, small group, Title X welcome, 4640474. 1 FT opening, O-ll mos. only. 43t-1900, Loktvlew Yankee HJII orea. Chlldcare 226 Loving mother wTLC FT open-Ing, NE area 46o-t29t Margaret FT daycare provided. Refs. Call 467-4899, Clinton School area. Will do babysitting In my home In N.W. area or cleaning, 476-3781, FT openings, newborns welcome, Pershing district. Kim, 464-7013 Come Play with us I N.E. area, ooo 2 ft up, meals, snacks. Dtp, Refs. LOW RATES 4644803. One FT opening, 2nd shift, age 1-5 welcome, NE area, 464-7240, Area Hwy 77 ft Saltlllo, loving core, week-days, 423-6808 Loving mother has 3 FT openings, 0-2 yrs, second shift. 40th ft Hwy 2. Call 423-0132. Concrete Work 230 ICK1CONCRITI Quality flatwork, drives, patios, garages, etc. tear out ft new. Coll 477-5008. "ISABEL COHCRETE" Sidewalks, pottos, driveways, drain tile, parking lets, 13 yrs. exp. tree est., 466-Z7J7, 437-6252. AXSAMITCOKSTRUCTION Concrete removal ft realaa ment. New concrete construction or on Types. 421-1201 or 483-7335. EMS CONTRACTING! Driveways, patios, sidewalks, basement walls ft parking lots. ins. 437-8296. Dick's Concrete, life time guoran- tee, free estimates, coll 798.7803. Basement Repair ft Concrete, rreeesTS. ogormsl467-4191, ACTION CONCRETE Any type of concrete work ft odd loos, wont guaranteed, u yr exp. r-63g,4aj4 tor free est, Domestic Services 233 Will do spotless cleaning, cooking ft Idry, superior Quality 423-3623 Will do your grocery shopping. oMvwjjujoojjprejeTcjMjji. Electrical Repair 235 Master Electrician, licensed, reo- sonooie. insured, 665-2463. ELECTRICIAN Licensed. Anytime, MASTER DXCTRICUN Reosonoble. Insured, 476J153. Heating & aja Air Conditioning Z4U March Spectat-Janltrol Air Conditioner model CL condensor, as tow as 8450 tax ft Installation (not Included coll, lines or pads). Bryant Air Condt toning ft Heating Co. 5401 Cornhuskor Hwy. 467-1111. Home Services A Repair 245 Painting, carpet loving, clean gutters, yard work ft a whole lot morel Reasonable, 4759261 REMODELING Quality ft 20 yrs exp osmpl kit, baths, bsmt. Painting ft repairs. pennis weooer 474-54W. Additions, remodeling, carpentry, garoges, drywall, sheetrock. I nsured. 435-4048, 437-7437 Roofinf of all tans Gutter and chimney repair, 18 years experience. Call Big Red WOOting, 438-2457 Electrical, plumbing, carpentry repairs; also tubshower caulk. Ing ft window repair. 423-1350 Handyman Service. Con 00 thing. Call 477-3571 M I M Construction Additions, decks, roofing, remodeling, ft painting. Free est ref. 784-2432. String flx-wp time Is here eeotnl It It time ft finish your best-mentT Do you need those crocks In your wall repaired? we can help! I Call, Classic Drywall WOODCRAFT REMODELING all types. Roof to basements, outside to Inside, garages ft oddl-hons, Insured 466-1933. ROOFING Exp., Insured, free est. 423-4853 Remodeling ft repair In exchange for free rent, exp. 435-7435 Wood floors (old tonded & rtf Itv tshed. Chuck Smith, 419-3674 Lorry! Homo Repot? A RtmoeJil Ing. Lorry O'Rouke, FREE tstl- motes, 799-2340 (local) Vogel Home Repair. No lob too small- for estimate, 477-8655 KAS0XRY REPAIR Basements, chimneys, fire-Places, free est., low cost, 782-8035 Roofing, remodeling, windows. doors ft decks. Swing. Free est!- motes. Insured. 476-6831 Select KtnSi Ironrrcsait All types, 466-9233. mbl 5604103 All phases of home Imp.reo. Statewide, great rates, free est, 1 -80O-255-6441 In Lincoln 486-3747. Roofing, free est! motes. Insured. Economy Roofing, 483 6485. Repair ft remodeling. Pointing, 17 yrs. exp. Call Carl, 4M-9219 Reefing, Shingles or flat work Jock Tvree, 25 yrs. exp. 477-8647 Roofing, 25 yrs exp. shingling ft repairs, quality work, 421-3337, Residential roofing, real rates. free est. JM Roofing 470-2237 Roofing, all types, repairs wsl- come. Free estimates. 435-5996. Carpentry, door, window repair, pointing. Winter rates. 4350144. Experienced carpet ft vinyl k stoliotlon. Ins., free est., 464-8877 Income Tax 250 Expert Tax Preparation by Retired Tax Attorney. Personal or business. 421-6360 Experienced Tax Preparation Call for oewt or pickup BURRS TAX SERVICE 477-tlM Uncle Sam get you down? Moonlighting CPA does tax work, reos., exp., 466-0087. lnoome)Tu 250 I Moving 266 H. OLANCY TAX SERVICE 5500 Holdreao. Rm 101. Call 466-8166 anytime for oppt or pick up. Donald R. Johnson, experienced tax preparation, personal or busl-ness. For oppt. - pickup, 435-7997. Insurance 252 Auto, Home, Health, Life, Bus. American Fomlly Insurance Mark A. Hergenroder Agency 4211 So. 33rd, Lincoln, NE 488-7773 Interior Decorating 253 Professional wallpapering, rea- sonoble, Joan Klnsey 48M437 Expert PaintingPapering, low rotes, jerry MjeeveSj Lawn& Garden Care 255 RICH'S LAWN ft HOME CARE Aerating, tilling ft mowing, fret estimates. Call 483-5627 SPRING CLEAN UP Aeration, power raking. Compl. town core. Free est. 423-5600. Aerating, tilling, power raking, fertilising, mowing. Jim, 4234445 Aeration, sidewalk edging, spring clean-ups, mowing. 4644187. SCOBO LAWNS POWER RAKINQ Mowing 477-9151, 48M247 Mowing, hauling, fertilizing and cleanup. Free estimates. 476-2086. Lawn Cleaning Power Raking Aerating, 421-1951 Aerating, mewing, ft rohvtllling vemon prom, Wrsui RETAINING WALLS Low rotes. Free est. 782-8035 DIRT WORKLAWN REPAIR Black dirt Installed ft tamped around foundations, low areas. Sod work. Free est., 473-2828 Now taking new customers for lawn mewlngfortlllilng. 486-1481 Chuck's power raking, clean-up ft mew. 464-4634 or 464-6295. Furniture, appliances, trash. plono moving. Holmon's 466-9088. , Painting 260 "IntExt. pointing, papering, lex- hiring, experienced. 470-2273. Interior, exterior painting. Free estimates. Phone 477-6595. DENNIS MAY PAINTING intExt, 26 yrs. Free est., 464-7063 IntExt painting, res. ft comm. Prof, work. Free est. 4664)463. Int ft Ext.. Insured, ref. Call J&B Pointing now 483-1320 or 560-2704. Int. ft ext. painting, honest ft de pendable, 50 years exp., 473-7972 Pet Services 270 Send Lassie to school. We will train him to be an ongel. 435-0729. Plastering & Drywall 272 e Drvwall e Patch e Celling repair e Texturing. 47M99t eom-ltpm CRACKED PIASTER Interior plaster ft drywall Repaired ft refinlshed Hand texturing ft painting 25 years experience, 473-1975 Drywolllng ft texturing. Dong right but cheap. Free est 489-7497' Plumbing 275 Plumbing- Prof, sewer ft drain cleaning, reasonable, 464-2284. Professional Services 278 ELK HUNTERS-Completg guided service. Limited time. lease con 3-i577. Hand pointed or screen printed banners. Phone 474-61 19. Siding 279 Lincoln's oldest Nebraskalond ' Steel, special spring rates. Vinyl ft steel siding. 464-4388-Hovolock. Arnold's emoting, tilling, mow-rog. Free est. 475-tus, 444-7355 A-1 DIRT Top solL plain or pulverised, delivered or picked up. 464-6757 Moving 266 'Free Est. Specializing In household ft appliances, office, ft all pianos. Low fair rotes. Truck ft 2 men. Bill 438-2333, 7doys24hrs TWO MEN ft A TRUCK Clean professional efficient Inexpensive local movers. 473 2777 Local Movers, Household ft Business, Competitive Rates, Insured, Enclosed Truck. Koufmen Aectton Senrtce 477-9254 Professional service at reosonoble rotes. Specializing In household, office, pianos ft organs. Insured. Localstatewide. Freeestlmotes. 437-7391, O'BRIEN PROFESSIONAL MOVING PAINTING Free estimates, lowest cost ever. Ask for Mark 464-2855. 'U SAVE time ft money. Short notice. No lab too small. Al 488-1957. - YOU CALL-WE HAUL lowest Ins. rotes around. Cellular, 560-2586 Nationwide ft local moving, in-sured, reosonoble, 466-5997. Tree Services 285 Jim's Tree and Slump removal, tree trimming. Licensed and Insured. 421-2272. Big Valley Tree Serv Lie. ft Ir. Trim ft Rem. Free Est 489-1322 TREE SENSE Licensed Arborlst to remove ft trim tree ft shrub. Grind stump, surgery, landscape renovation. Insured, Free estimates 489-6423, Trucking & Hauling 290 Free est. Truck, 2 men, tow fair rates. Kirk 438-2333 24 hrs7 days 2V ton truck. Haul anything, any where, anytime or 7 Clean bas- ments ft goroges. 4764592. All kinds of trash hauling and nam naming, coll 435-2749. Rick's Hauling Service 43S-I185 M-119 A LOAD. 477-6433 816 TO 121 A LOAD Large pickup, 466.9506, 464-7013 Hauling ft clean up, any kind. Freeestlmotes, 797-3055, local. HAULIN04LESS Coll anytime 444-0309, 464-1371 TVVCR Radio, Stereo Repair 295 Dr. Video VCR Repair, 7St-9t49 The best service at the best prices 1

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