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Page 26 The Lincoln Star AfterShock to clear the By Joe Duggan of The Lincoln Star A meeting between Lincoln police and the owner of a non-alcohol dance club calmed a brewing dispute over a city law that sets 18 as the top age for admittance to teen dances. Don "Doc" Sanders, the owner of AfterShock, 1328 P St., said Thursday that he plans to comply with the city requirement on teen dances. That means patrons 19 years old and older won't be dancing at the club with younger teen-agers. As a result of Thursday's meeting, police agreed to recommend that Sanders be given a permit to hold teen dances. Because of several run-ins officers had with Sanders and his managers over the issue, the department withheld its recommendation for the permit last week, Sanders said. Deaths Bollinger Lydia (widow of Jacob), 89. 5912 Calvert St., died Tuesday (113093). Survivors: son, daughter-in-law, Delbert and Wilma, Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Delphia and Bemie Yanke, College Place, Wash.; brothers, George Bieber, Tolstoy, Dr. D.J. Bieber, Loma Linda, Calif., Dr. F.W. Bieber, College Place; sister, Katie Stotz, Minneapolis; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday, College View Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4015 S. 49th St. Visitation: 5 p.m. Friday to 9 p.m. Saturday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Memorials to The Good Neighbor Center. Paid Fox Lucille A., 73, 2306 S.W. 19th St., died Wednesday (12193). Member, Immanuel Church, Welfare Society, Moose Lodge. Survivors: son, daughter-in-law, William and Susan, Lincoln; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Art (Evelyn) Handy, Lincoln; brothers, Hugo Karp, Michigan, Roger Karp, Florida; sister, Joan Girard, Michigan; grandchildren, James, Jay Fox, Lorie Ann Fox, Denver, Tammy Lin Fox-Schriner, Shelly K. Fox-Walters, Angie Sue Fox. Preceded in death by husband, Henry; sons, Robert, Henry E. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. The Rev. Russell G. Jones. Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Ron Fox, Howard, David Foster, Lonnie Robinson, Fred Hicks, Steve Yost. Honorary pallbearers: Lyle Robinson, Lyle Shearer. Visitation: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. until services Saturday, funeral home. Memorials to Immanuel Church, 10th and Charleston, Lincoln, NE 68508. Paid Hayes Grace I., 97, died Tuesday (113093). Services: 11 a.m. Friday, Butherus-Maser & Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Pallbearers: Bill Hayes, Tom Hale, Mike, Brad, Steven Rustermier, Gene Foreman. Visitation: until services, mortuary. Memorials to Trinity Methodist Church. Paid . Helms Violet M., 68. 1824 Thomas-ville Ave., died Wednesday (12193). Born, Palmyra. Employee, Lincoln General Hospital Food Service Department. Survivors: husband, James; brother, sister-in-law, Guy and Dorothy Lairmore, Lincoln; nieces; nephews. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O SL The Rev. Donald Gaines. Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: until services, mortuary. Paid Jones Adele M. (widow of Emery), 82, 4720 Randolph St., died Wednesday (12193). Homemaker. Born. Norfolk. Survivors: daughter, Sandra McQulston, Lincoln; eight grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; nieces; nephews. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Norfolk. Memorials to Tabitha or Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Norfolk. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Judy Edgar M., 76, Waverly, formerly Ashland, Lincoln, died Wednesday (12193) In Lincoln. Bom, Marshalltown, Iowa. Retired truck driver, Navajo, Safeway, Herman Bros, truck tines. Member, FOE Aerie 378. Survivors: wife, Marilyn; sons, daughters-in-law, Dennis and Sandy. Flippin, Lonnie and April, Portland, Ore.; daughters, Kathem Wooden, Washington State, Pam. Omaha, Melody Martin, Omaha; stepson, Michael Friedrichsen, Cairo; stepdaughters, Cindy, Kimberly, Susan Friedrichsen, all Lincoln; mother, Grace Judy, Wood River; brothers, Dale, Red Wing, Minn., Don, Bellevue; sisters, Gretchen Pollack, Mrs. Leonard (Beverly) Pollack, both Grand Island. Mrs. Harry (Lucille) Ahrens, Council Bluffs. Iowa. Mrs. Bud (Helen) Bundy. Ayre, Mrs. Bernard (Mary) Breamer. Phoenix; 15 grandchildren. Preceded In death by father; three sisters; two brothers. Services: 2 p m. Friday, Marcy Mortuary, Ashland. The Rev. Richard Fang-mann. Ashland Public Cemetery. Pallbearers: Steve Vivier, Troy Judy, Steve, Gary Ahrens, Shane. Bryan Stobbe. Visitation: 10 a.m. until services Friday, mortuary. Paid Kiekhaefer August, 80, 7730 Garland St.. died Saturday (1 12793). Services'. 10 a.m. Friday, Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church. 6345 Madison Ave. Visitation: until services, Wadlow-Roza-nek Colonial Chapel. 5200 R St. Memorials to church. Paid Kies Dr. Constance V.. 59. 3341 Holdrege St., died Tuesday (113093). Professor of food nutrition at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Bom Blue River. Wis. Graduate, bachelor's degree. Wisconsin State College-Platteville. master's and doctoral degrees in human nutrition and medical physiology. University of Wiscon-sin-Madison. Member. Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Society for Geochemistry and Health, American College of Nutrition, American Dietetic Association, Nebraska Dietetic Association, Lincoln Dietetic Association, American Institute of Nutrition, American CUnical Nutrition Society, American Home Ecowrtics Association, Nebraska Home Economics Association. American Society for Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition, American Chemical Society, ACS Agricultural and Food Dwison-Bochemistry Section, Midwest Chemical Society, Nebraska Chemical Society. Institute of Food Technologists. AK-SAR-BEN Food Technologists, Amer-(can Association of Cereal Chemists. Nebraska Association of Cereal Chemists, American Oi Chemists" Society, Nutrition Today Society, Society for Nutrition Education. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Nebraska Friday, December 3. 1993 owner, police meet air about dance law The run-ins culminated with Sanders' arrest almost two weeks ago. Officers ticketed him two nights in a row because he was allowing people as young as 18 into the club. Police then arrested Sanders for , obstructing an officer because he told his customers that they had the right not to answer police questions. The dispute was over a city ordinance designed to separate adults from juveniles at public dances. According to the law. the holder of a public dance permit can have juveniles present if they are accompanied by an adult or legal guardian. THE LAW allows business owners to obtain teen dance permits for patrons between the ages of 14 and 18. A business owner cannot hold both kinds of permits at the same time. Sanders said Thursday that he knew of the ordinance when he Deaths Listed The following persons ore listed today In the Deaths and Funerals columns: Bollinger. Lydia Fox, Lucille A. Griffin, Grace "Dollle" Hayes, Grace I. Helms, Violet M. . Hummer, Cletus D. Jones, Adele M. Judy, Edgar M. Kiekhaefer, August Kies, Dr. Constance V. Koiisek, Charles G. Leif, David W. Mann, Robert M. Medow, William L. Meier, Leila L. Ottens-Lacef ield, April Pruitt, Ward W. Ralnville, Jerome A. Schoonover, Huldoh M. Shelley, Helen "Sue" Storcher, Virginia W. Statz, Quentin T. Willis, Marguerite "Marge" Zimmerman, Kenneth C. 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 473-731 1 after 2 p.m. Sundays through Fridays. Academy of Sciences, Sigma Xi, Kappa Omicron Nu, Gamma Sigma Delta, Council of Biology Editors, Society for Scholarly Publishing. Honors in teaching, Wisconsin State College-Platteville, 1955. Borden Award, American Home Economics Association, 1973. MASHA Fellow. UNL, 1973. Outstanding Research Award, Ross Laboratories, 1983. Distinguished Service Award, American Chemical Society, 1986. Distinguished Visiting Faculty Award, Ministry of Public Health of the People's Republic of China and Shandong Medical University. Jinan, 1987. Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award, College of Home Economics, University of Nebraska, 1989. Fellow, American in College of Nutrition, 1989. Survivors, sisters, Carolyn Kies, Lincoln, Cosette Kies. De-Kalb, III., Camilla Chasteen, Chicago. Memorial services: 2 p.m. Friday, Home Economics Auditorium, Room 11, UNL East Campus. The Rev. Dr. John "Mike" Loudon. Paid Leif David W., 32, 7122 Morrill Ave., died Wednesday (12193). Employed, Constructors Inc. Graduate, Pius X High School. Survivors: parents, Clarence and Mildred, Lincoln; brother, sister-in-law, Michael and Victoria, Lincoln; brother, Daniel, Kansas City, Mo.; sister, brother-in-law, Barbara and Rodney Lutt, Overland Park, Kan.; nieces, Nicole, Samantha Luft; nephew, Nicholas Luft; fiancee, Debbie Kemper, Bennet; aunts; uncles; cousins. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 6100 Morrill Ave. The Rev. John J. Keele. Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, Butherus-Maser & Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Friday, mortuary. Memorials to family or Mass offerings. Paid Meier Leila L, 77, 2320 S. 60th St., died Tuesday (113093). Services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation: after 9 a.m. Friday, funeral home. Memorials to BPO Does 4 or Lupus Foundation. Paid Ottens-Lacefield April, infant daughter of Stacy Ottens and Ricky Lace-field, Lincoln, died Wednesday (12193). Survivors: parents; brothers, Trenton, Steven, Ricky, an at home; grandparents, Sharon and Robert Ottens, Lincoln, Jewell and Bryant Raspberry, Mexia, Texas; great-grandparents, Charles King, Lincoln, Joyce King, Nebraska City, Opal Warren, Wortham, Texas. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday, Roper & Sons Chapel. 4300 O SL Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Friday, funeral home. Rainville Jerome A., 61. 3340 N. 67th St.. died Tuesday (1 13093). Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Burial services wil be held Monday. Restiawn Memorial Park, Wausau, Wis. Visitation: until services, mortuary. Memorials to JoAnn Carroll, 3340 N. 67th St., Lincoln, NE 68507. Paid Shelley Helen "Sue," 76. 1824 S. 49th St.. died Nov. 20 (1 12093). Memorial services: 3 30 p.m. Saturday, Frst-Plymouth Congregational Church, 2000 D St. Celebration following. Anatomical donation. Memorials to church for Choir Coventry Trip or Planned Parenthood. Roper & Sons Mortuwy. 4300 O St. Pad Stare her Virginia W., 70. 327 B St.. died Wednesday (12193). Homemaker. Member, Ebenezer United Church of Christ. Survivors: husband. John; son, daughter-in-law. Jerry and Jan, Lincoln; son, Robert Lincoln; daughter, Anna-mane Czajkowski, Lincoln; grandson, Mark Czajkowski, Lincoln; great-grandson. Services: 1 p.m. Friday, Butherus-Maser A Love Mortuary, 4040 A SL The Rev. Loran Forbes. Memorials to Ebenezer United Church of Christ Paid Willis Marguerite "Marge." 88. 6335 opened his club in October. He said he more or less ignored the ordinance because he didn't think police would enforce it. His meeting with Police Chief Allen Curtis and Capt. James Peschong helped defuse tensions because the police explained that officers were simply enforcing the law. Peschong described the meeting as positive. He said he and Curtis explained to Sanders that he needs to comply with laws designed to regulate his business. "If he seeks to have the law changed, that's fine. That's within his rights,'' Peschong said. The Lincoln City Council plans to consider changes to the adult dance permit next month. Sanders said he hopes the council will drop the minimum age to 16 for admittance to non-alcohol clubs. O St., died Tuesday (113093). Services: 10 a m. Friday, Trinity United Methodist Church, 16th and A streets. Pallbearers: Vic Musselman, Gerald Ba-ruth, Rev. Charles Gates, the Rev. Jay Funk. Visitation: Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Memorials to Trinity United Methodist Church or East-mont Towers. Paid Zimmerman Kenneth C, 72, 1020 Carlos Drive, died Thursday (12293). Retired architectural supervisor, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. WWII Army veteran. Member, St. Andrews Lutheran Church, Cotner Lodge 297 AF&AM, DAV, American Legion Post 3. Survivors: wife, Dorothy; sons, Ken Jr., Mason City, Iowa, Jon, Lincoln; daughter, Nancy Flearl, Omaha; sisters, Alvera Viken, Lincoln, Mary Jane Baker, Kansas City, Mo., Marjorie Barthuly, Arvada, Colo.; two grandchildren; nieces; nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. An-drews Lutheran Church, 1015 Lancaster Lane. Visitation: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday. Military graveside services by American Legion Post 3. Memorials to church. Out Of Town Griffin Grace "Dollie," 95, Weeping Water, formerly Union, died Wednesday (12193). Survivors: daughters, sons-in-law, Mrs. Lester (Hattie) Schomaker, Opal McFarland, Mrs. Charles (Ella) Schantz, all Lincoln, Mrs. Francis (Ruth) Thoren, Weeping Water; seven grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-gran-children. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday, First Baptist Church, Union. Memorials to church or East Union Cemetery. Colbert Funeral Home, Weeping Water. Hummer Cletus D., 90, died Nov. 25 in Tecumseh. Survivors: sons, Frank, Seattle, Bob, Palo Alto, Calif.; sisters, Helen J. Miller, Lincoln, Margaret Wolf, Bullhead City, Ariz.; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Graveside services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Fairview Cemetery, Lincoln. Memorials to family's choice, Wherry Bros. Mortuary, Tecumseh. Kozisek Charles G., 81, Bruno, died Wednesday (12193) in David City. Survivors: three nieces; five nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Anthony's Church, Bruno. Wake service: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Knott Funeral Home, David City. Visitation: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, funeral home. Mann Robert M., 79, Omaha, formerly Plattsmouth, died Wednesday (12193) in Papillion. Retired professional engineer. Engineer designer, Martin Bomber Plant during WWII, Offutt Air Force Base. Engineer, OPRD, Henning-son, Durham and Richardson. Private consulting work. Graduate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1936. Bom Plattsmouth. Member, Plattsmouth Lodge 6 AF&AM and affiliate bodies. Survivors: wife, Dorothy; son, Charles, Minneapolis; daughters, Ruth Happhold, Greeley, Colo, Georgia Gaukel, Millard; six grandchildren; great-grandchild. Services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Roby Funeral Home. . Plattsmouth. Visitation: 1-9 p.m. Friday, funeral home. Memorials to Cass County Historical Society or Boy Scouts of America. Medow William L, 60, Seward, died Thursday (12293). Former owner, Metal Tire and Supply, Seward. Member. St. John Lutheran Church. Survivors: brother. Edward "Ned," Seward; aunt, Stella Kingston, Seward. Services: 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Volzke Mortuary. Seward. Pruitt Ward W., 92, Superior, died Thursday (12293). Bom near Barnard, Kan. Member, First Baptist Church. Rocky Point School Board. Trustee, Scott Township. Charter member, Barnard Lions Club. Survivors: son, Paul, Milton-vale, Kan.; daughters, Merna Lee Wester, Superior, Sue Gustafson, Concordia, Kan.; sisters. Vera Myers. Overland Park. Kan.. Margaret Weishaar, Denver; eight grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Services: 1:30 p.m. First Baptist Church, Barnard. Kan. Visitation: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Megrue-Price Funeral Home, Superior; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, McDonald Funeral Home. Bekxt. Memorials to Alzheimer's Association or church. Schoonover HukJah M. (widow of Jeff), 88, Milford. died Thursday (12293). Member, United Methodist Church. Milford Senior Citizens Center. Royal Neighbors. Survivors: son. Ted, Farmington, Minn.; daughters, Sandra Munson, Milford, Joyce Urbaur, Seoul, Korea; sisters. Vemeal Welch, Ada Esther Clemens, Cteo Baumbach, an Seward, Louise Stailings, Utica, Dorisjune Craig, Lincoln; 13 grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren. Services: 10 30 a.m. Saturday, United Methodist Church. Milford. The Wood Bros. Funeral Home. Seward. Visitation: one hour before services, church. Statz Ouentin T.. 11, Nelson, died Wednesday (12193) at Superior. Bom Superior. Member, Nelson Community United Church of Christ 4-H Dub. Survivors: parents, Paul and Mary; brothers. Stephen, Nkoiaus; grandmothers. Blanche Statz. Nelson. Ada Matuschm, Oganaia; great-grandmother. Zoe F errand, Superior; aunts; uncles. Services: 2 pm. Saturday, Nelson Community United Church of Christ. Visitation: 9 a.m. to 8 p m, Friday, 9 a m. untt services Saturday. Wawmer-Price Funeral Home, Nelson. Memorials ti cart of family Weather Forecast The Accu-Weather forecast for Linn separata high temperature zones for the day. FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY m VV 80S " E3 ES EZ3 E3 H & 2 Q HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN TSTORUS FLURRIES SNOW K SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY National Forecast Rain will spread northward through the Mississippi Valley today. Mild air will creep northward along the East Coast with highs in the 60s as far north as Maryland. The Southwest will remain warm with sunshine and highs in the 70s and low 80s. Some rain will move inland across Washington and Oregon accompanied by a gusty wind. For Travelers National Forecasts For Today City rK City hife City City Nrto AlPany nin.4221 Albuquerque dr5120 Anwillo Or i8 12 Anchorage cdy.1807 Atlanta crty 61 48 Biihngs dr.47'37 Birmingham ram,68-53 BismarcH cdy.43j20 Base cdy.4033 Boston ran.67 63 Buffalo ram 46 38 Casper qr 45 24 Chicago cdy4?'38 CoHjmbut rato.55'45 Dnas cdy57'39 cdy 57'24 Or 4! 26 ram,4736 El Paso dr.60'27 Flagstaff dr.51'15 Honolulu cdy.83'73 cdy 62 54 Indianapolis ram 46 44 cdy 75 52 snow 36 30 Kansas ply cdy.47'3t Yesterday's high: 85 in Brownsville and Extended Forecast NEBRASKA: Mostly sunny and mild on Saturday. Highs in the upper 40s to the mid 50s. Mostly dry on Sunday. Chance of snow in north. Highs from mid 30s to lower 40s. Dry again on Monday. Highs in the 30s. Chance of snow in the west on Tuesday. Hiqhs in the 30s. K1 State Highs And Yesterday's highs and lows for the 24-hour period City High Low City High low City High Low Ainsworth 51 24 Falls City 59 25 No. Platte 55 18 Alliance 48 21 Grnd Island 52 28 Omaha 46 29 Beatrice M M Hastings M M ONerll M M Broken Bow 56 30 Imperial 57 25 Ord 52 19 Chadron 50 25 Kearney 56 24 Scottsbkjrt 48 25 Columbus 46 24 McCook 60 23 Sidney M M Cozad M M Norfolk 45 21 Valentine 48 17 Fingertips weather Information: 477-3333, 1600 Lincoln Record Book Marriage Licenses Bone, Bill M 63, Bigelow, Mo,, and Elliott, Donna R., 60. 1030 N. 48th St., 42. Cates, David Sawyer, 31, Enfield, Conn., and Vanak, Christine Rae, 32, Manchester, Conn. Evans, Richard D., 30, 1434 Arapahoe St., and Bodisch, Michelle A., 25. 1434 Arapahoe St. HaH, John R , 46, 2800 S. 72nd St., 40. and Bauer, Susan G., 37, 6401 S. 32nd St. Jarrett, Dominic A.. 26, 3250 S. 12th St., C10. and Sell, Deborah R., 24. 3250 S. 12th St., C10. Kevan, Cody Wayne. 20, 6501 Vine St., 73, and Miller, Jennifer Marie, 22. 6501 Vine St., 73. Wittstruck, Robert L , 46. 1584 S. Cotner Blvd., and Callen, Debra E.. 38, Rathdrum, Ind,. Births Bryan Memorial Hospital Daughter Snyder, Steve and Patricia (Hermansky), Fairbury, Dec. 1. Sons Spiedes, Roger and Judith (Hansen), 2909 S. 52nd St., Dec. 1. Storjohn, Steve and Shirdetl, (Brackhan), Crete, Dec. 1. SL Elizabeth Health Center Daughter Mothershed, Ted and Laurie (Hatpin), Dec. 1 . Mullin, Michael and Katharine (Harris), 2236 Bum-ham St., Dec. 1. Tyson, Marvin, and Hubbard, Teresa, 2931 T St., Nov. 26. Sons Johnson, Dennis and Tannlja (Douglas), 2918 Dudley St.. Dec. 1. Medley, Carl Jr. and Brenda (Brimey), 1024 Harrison Ave.. Dec. 1. Twins Krueger, Douglas and Sarah (HHIman), Eagle, one boy, one girl, Dec. 1. Triplets Wtmtr, Richard and JiH (Hardesty), 1220 Piper, way, one girl, two boys. Dec. 1 . Out of Town Daughter Wright, Robb and Karrie (Hilgenkamp), Camp Le-jeune. N.C., Dec. 1. Sort Lowe, Gordon and Denise (Marx), Grand Island, Dec. 1. Divorces Tucker, Tracy Louise and Gary William Jr. Courts Minimum sentence for publication, on or more of the following: to days a. $250 total fine, six months probation or kcense suspension, probation revocation. Court costs additional to fines. Age. address. any. from pubhc record Corrections be made only d public record was reported incorrectly. District Court Attempted Delivery of Controlled Substance Golden, Derrick. 19. 5218 High St , amended from delivery of controlled substance. 90 days jail and $90 restitution. Attempted Theft by Unlawful Taking Golden, Fredrick, 51. jail, amended from theft by unlawful taking. Eight months jail. County Court Driving Under Suspension Wheeler, Constance, 24. 2400 Q St. 20 days laH on year kcense suspension. Driving While Intoxicated mrm, Paul R , 40. 1414 N. 19th St . 3. second dense 90 days Jan. on year keens suspension. $500. CaM, Robert S . 38. Sill Cleveland Ave 15 days Jes, six months keens suspension. $300. Worrow, Joseph J., 18, Grand Wand, two counts. 60daysjaa. Fingerhut may launch TV shopping channel MINNETONKA, Minn. (AP) is considering launching a 24-hour USA Direct the TV unit of direct mail home-shopping channel to sell gen-marketer Fingerhut Companies Inc, eral merchandise. noon, Friday, Dec. 3. U 30s- 40s eiBS3Aoou-Wlhw,lne. Wis .7244 Las Vegas UtneRoO cdy 56'49 Pittsburgh ram.53'42 Los Angeles dr 80 53 Portland ram, 51 '44 Louisville ran.55'48 Raleigh cOy,6244 Memphis ram.56'50 Rapm City Or,5l23 Miarm cdy 8269 Reno cdy M 28 Milwaukee ram 42 35 SI Louis cdy,4740 Minneapolis cdy 38 25 Salt Ik Cty now,40i28 Nw Orleans ran. 71 '61 San Antonio cdy ,61 '50 New York ram.50'43 S Fmosco c61 48 Norte cdy 6345 Seattle rain.4540 Okta City dr.53'3t Washngton ram.53'45 Philadelphia rain.5&42 .53 29 Laredo. Texas: tow: 2 in Gunnison, Colo. Forecast Friday, Dec. Accu-Wrather , ' Lows Scottsblult 45 tnding at 6 p.m. North Platte lS wstMsasvMMsa t jAjJ'-N Unauthorized Us of Financial Transaction Davie Washington, Mephian J.. 28. 2451 U St., two counts. Also: habitual criminal and two counts of third degree assault on peace officer. Bound to District Court, $30,000 bond. Steal Money Lyons, Harold S., 20. 3720 Adams St., 23. 10 days jail, $150. Driving Under Suspension Walton, Brad Dewitt, 32, 1845 S. 20th St. 30 days jail, one year license susepension. Bower, Matthew C. 20, 4214 N St. One year license suspension. $300. Bankruptcies Four bankruptcy categories listed are: Chapter 7, straight bankruptcy involving liquidation of assets; Chapter 11, plan permitting reorganization of financial affairs under court supervision for an individual engaged in business or a company (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with initial petition); Chapter 12, plan permitting farmers and ranchers to reorganize their financial affairs under court supervision (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with initial petition); Chapter 13, wage-earner plan for repaying a portion of debts over an extended period of time. First figure assets, second liabilities. Broody, Kathleen K , 801 N. 35th St., school bus driver. $3,427. $13,556, Chapter 7. Hess. Larry L, Nebraska Oty, occupation not listed, assets and liabilities estimated below $50,000 each, Chapter 13. Hinton. Robert K . Beatrice, unemployed, $750. $15,422, Chapter 7. Mohamed, Somaia S,. 4621 Briarpark Drive, student, $4,520, $125,038, Chapter 7. Rasmusen. Cindy S , 7500 Whitestone Drive, secretary, $1 1 ,951 , $67,521 , Chapter 7. Schroeder. Angela D.. 4015 L St.. occupation not listed, assets and liabilities estimated below $50,000 each, Chapter 7. Police Calls Of 314 police calls recorded Thursday, the following is bst of serious crimes against persons and property. Burglary Between 4:50 p.m. Tuesday and 4:50 a.m. Wednesday, at JO Casey Co., 320 S. 19th St.; cash was taken; loss $1 .348. Theft From Auto Between I s.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, on South 26th Street, between Smith and Van Dom streets; woofers, boxes were taken; loss $500. Between 1241 a.m. and S a.m. Wednesday, in me 1600 block of D Street: CD player, compact discs were taken; loss $700. Between I p.m. Tuesday and 7:50 a.m. Wednesday, m the 2200 block of Y Street; speaker box, amplifier were taken; loss $700. Between 8 a.m. Friday and 10 p.m. Tuesday, in the 2300 block of North 44th Street: cappuccino maker, tapes were taken; loss $505. Fire Calls 12:39 s.m., 2030 S 27th St.. medical. 1:41 a m.. 310 N. 14th St.. possible fir. 1:49 .m., 2901 NW. 12th St.. medical. 7 5J a.m., 84th and Van Dom streets, car Dr. :0S e m.. 33rd Street and Cornhusker Highway, medical. 13 s.m.. 4901 N. 57th St., medical. 10-.lt a.m.. 1700 J St.. medical. 10:44 a.m.. 4930 Aytesworth Ave . special service. 10:4 a.m., 10th and A streets, medical. 12:17 p.m.. 2635 N. 63rd St.. possibi fir. 12:54 pm, 6800 A St.. medical. 1:31 p.m., Comhuskar Highway and Interstate 1 80. insjiy accident. ISO pjit, 11th and M streets, Injury accident 3 02 pm, 27th and T streets. Injury accident. 1.21 p.m., 54th and Vm streets. Injury otant. 1:40 p m., 13th and South streets, injury accident. 1:42 p m.. 1 101 W Bond St.. possible r. 4:22 p.m.. 5827 Baldwin Ave,, speoal serve. 4:40 tm. 1505 Superior St.. car fir. $04 pm. 3300 N. 27th St.. medcal. S13 pm. UNL East Campus. Structure fir. t:4S am. 1229 Fumes St.. special service. ill Lincoln Almanac Sunnse; 7 34 m. Sunut: 5 00 pm, Total daylight 9 hours, 26 mmutee MoonPhatae OCDO0 Full Moon La Quarter New Moon First Quart Nov 79 Dm Dm 13 Dae 20 Temperatures Last Thursday year Yesterday's Normal records oh S3 39 66111988 Low 24 28 20 4 m 1919 Thursday's hourly readings: 1 a m 26 9 a m 32 6pm.41 2am25 10am39 6pm.38 3 a m 26 11 am44 7 p m.32 4 am24 Noon48 8 p m 730 5 a m 26 1 pm.49 9 p m ;28 6am '25 2pmS2 10pm.29 7 a m ,24 3 p m .52 11 pm29 8 a m.26 4 p m.53 Midnight28 Precipitation 24 hours to midnight last night 000 Month to date 000 Normal month to date 004 Year to ruitn 38 80 Normal year to date 27.42 World Temperatures Wednesday City Athens ntto 61'4g 9t75 City Manft N10 9073 7048 Bangkok Mewco&ty Bpijing 3019 32132 7V66 68'54 i 7350 44 23 7754 73'70 61'50 84 61 55'46 59'43 MM 7257 8150 5245 9569 57'32 8671 8873 7773 6154 3833 3425 Bertn Bermuda Bogota Pans Buenos Aires Ro Calgary Rome Dhahran San Juan Hong Kong Singapore Jerusalem Sydney Johannesburg Tofcyo London Vienna For Today 3 forecast for daytime conditions and high temperatures SO. 5 1 J l ' ' : IOWA I WUi I Norfolk 41 I H VSs I CHnahal 43' 41" 3 iGrand Island! 4f Unc, 46 1 n V . I l r KAN mmiiiA ? Shomn T-alBrms Bain Fluirlut Snow toe Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy HtAstaonXPituOnfhKtHm CIseJAawWeaM.lM. Food professor Constance Kies dies at age 59 Dr. Constance V. Kies, professor of food nutrition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, died Tuesday at the age of 59. Throughout her life, Kies was involved in many professional organizations and received many awards for her work as a professor and for her reseach. Her teaching honors included the Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award from UNL's College of Home Economics in 1989. She also was nominated three times for the Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award by the College of Home Economics in 1989, 1990 and 1991. She received the Visiting Faculty Award from the Ministry of Public Health of the People's Republic of China and Shandong Medical University, Jinan, in 1987. Among her research honors was the Borden Award, the highest honor of the American Home Economics Association, in 1973. Kies is survived by three sisters, Carolyn Kies of Lincoln, Cosette Kies of DeKalb, III, and Camilla Chasteen of Chicago. Services will be held at 2 p m. Friday at the Home Economics Auditorium on UNL's East Campus. Fire damages dentistry school A re-roofing project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Dentistry sparked a fire that caused $1,000 damage. Lincoln firefighters climbed on the roof and used a ladder truck to reach a fire that burned woodwork in the roof overhang on the northeast corner of the building. Deputy Fire Chief La wren Brodd said. Overheated roofing materials started the fire shortly after S p.m. Construction workers discovered flames and emptied five extinguishers without successfully putting out the blaze. Most of the damage was confined to the overhang, but some smoke got inside the building, Brodd said. No one was hurl The College of Dentistry is located at the UNL East Campus, just north of the intersection of 40th and Holdrege streets. 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