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14 Saturday, March 27. 1982 Lincoln, Neb. Journal DeathSFuneralS Boyd. Jane M. Clare. Thomas J. Duchek, Anna Hartung. John C. Helms. Harold H. Henkelmann. Ruth 0. Knight, Fanny H. Lincoln Boyd Jane M., 85, 1330 Eastridge Drive, died Friday. Lincoln resident 17 years. Member Catholic Daughters of St. Cecelia, Hastings. Survivors: husband, Frank; son, Jerry, Hastings; daughter, Mrs. Jack (Jean) Shea, Melbourne. Australia; eight grandchildren; great-granddaughter. Services pending in Hastings. Memorials to Madonna Care Center. HODGMAN-S PLAIN-ROBERTS MORTUARY, 4040 A St. Hartung John C, 70, 3325 Neer Park Drive, died Thursday. Services: 1 p.m. Monday, LINCOLN MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 6800 S. 14th St. Dr. Thomas Huxta-ble. Military rites by Americal Legion Post 3. Visitation after 9 a.m. Saturday, funeral home. Lincoln Memorial Park. Knight Fanny H., 91, 4720 Randolph St., died Friday. Survivors: nephew, Byron Bevans, Moscow, Idaho; great-niece, Pat Gift, Montevideo, Minn. Prayer Service: 11 a.m. Monday, Roper & Sons Chapel. 4300 0 St. Wyuka. LauBach Neal Bruce, 75, Colorado Springs, Colo., died March 21. Born Franklin. Chemical engineer, former director Jayhawk Pipeline Corp., president and director, Wycon Chemical Co., retired senior vice president, Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Graduate University of Nebraska, 1 926. Member Theta XI Fraternity, Professional Society of Chemical Engineers, Chapel of Our Saviour Episcopal Church, Colorado Springs. Founding member St. Francis Episcopal Church, Houston. Survivors: wife, Ula G , sons, Dr. John, Dallas, William, La Porte, Texas, James, Minneapolis; daughters, Barbara Warren, Houston, Julianna Smith, Montrose, Colo.; 17 grandchildren. Memorials to Chapel of Our Saviour, Broadmoor, Colorado Springs. Services were Wednesday in Colorado Springs. Turner Isaac, 90, 4720 Randolph St., died Friday. METCALF FUNERAL HOME, 245 N. 27th St. Nebraska Clare Thomas J., 41, Phillips, died Thursday. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Grand Island. Visitation 4 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday, LIV-INGSTON-SONDERMANN FUNERAL HOME, Grand Island. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Sunday, funeral home. Lincoln Memorial Park. Duchek Anna, 96, Dorchester, died Thursday. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, KUNCL FUNERAL HOME, Crete. The Rev. Grant Story, Tabor Lodge Z.C.B.J. No. 74. Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Dorchester. Helms Harold H., 57, Seward, died Thursday. Maintenance worker, Concordia Teachers College, Seward. Survivors: wife, Eileen; son, Allen, Memphis, Tenn.; daughters, Mrs. Douglas (Nancy) Dusibar, Kent, Wash., Mrs. Kevin (Bonnie) Elseroad, Parkersburg, W.Va.; brothers, Arnold, Raymond, Edgar, all Linn, Kan.; sister, Mrs. Olda Hartman, Topeka, Kan.; five grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, St. John's Lutheran Church, Seward. The Revs. Jonathan Stein, L.W. Heidemann. Seward Cemetery. VOLZKE MORTUARY, Seward. Henkelmann Ruth 0. (widow of Carl), 83, Roca, died Friday. Senices: 2 p.m. Monday, Piedmont Park Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4801 A St. Pastor A.M. Wessels. Pallbearers: Jack Dappen, Monte Courts All pleaded guilty unless otherwise indicated. Age, address, if any, from court records. Court costs additional to fines. Municipal Court Racklaaa Driving Amended From More Than .10 Alcohol Koozer. Kevin B . 19. 1132 High, 1100. Calligan. Parti J , 24, 234 Belmont, S100. Gonzalez, Edward, 26, 601 C, 100. Petit Larceny (jess than 300) Prater, Monroe. 41, 300 S. 16th, 104. 60. Richardson, Gaye B , 24, 247 S. 29th, 1, 60. Spry, William Douglas, 27. Raymond, 60. Switzer, Ann N., 17, 4902 Madison. 60. Whrtemegple. Alden L, 24, 2521 R, 1. 60. Zahm. Russell P., 19. Omaha, dismissed at defendant's cost. Assault Tomes, Ted Ray. 21. 530 8. 38th, dismissed by City Attorney. . Speeding Hohbefn, Douglas D., 17, 6410 Baldwin, 4625, 46. Scott, Shelley S., 22, Fair-bury, 5835, f 53. Kolc. Josie LauBach. Neal B. Martens, George H. Mulligan. Stella Muirell, John A. Siebenneicher. Emest Turner, Isaac Morris. Gene Schander, Larry Rhodes, Winslow Ellis, Charles Grabill.. Lincoln Memorial Park. Memorials to church. ROPER & SONS MORTUARY, 4300 0 St. Kolc Josie (widow of John), 85, Tobias, died Friday in Geneva. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, ' FARMER & SON FUNERAL HOME-KOTAS CHAPEL. Mil-ligan. Atlanta Cemetery, Milli-gan. Martens George H., 92, Denton, died Friday. World War I veteran. Member World War I Barracks I. Survivors: wife, Esther; son, Leo, Denton; daughter, Irene Darnell, Mrs,. Joe (Lucille) Melichar, both Denton; sister, Laura Brazee, Oregon; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren. Senices: 10:30 a.m. Monday. LINCOLN MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 6800 S. 14th St. The Rev. Jerry Rig-gert. Visitation after 6 p.m. Saturday, funeral home. Memorials to Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Pleasant Dale. Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Les Martens, Ken, Dennis Melichar, Russ Mow-ery. Everett Reese, Ralph Paschold. Mulligan Stella, (daughter of Rev. William), 90, Tulsa, Okla., formerly of Beatrice, died in Tulsa Friday. Survivors: sister, Edna Sherwood, Tulsa. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Griffiths-Hovendick Chapel, Beatrice, Evergreen Home Cemetery, Beatrice. No viewing. Murrell John A., 89, Fairmont, died Friday in Geneva. Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday. Fairmont Community Church. Fairmont Cemetery. FARMER & SON FUNERAL HOME, Fairmont. Siebenneicher - Ernest, 79, Gilead, died Monday. Services: 2 p.m. Wednesday, Faith Lutheran Church, Hebron. Grace Lutheran Cemetery, rural Gladstone. Memorials to Organ Fund, Faith Lutheran Church or Radio Ministry. ADAMS-TIBBETTS-FUNERALHOME, Hebron. Kirk Langer files petition for bankruptcy Kirk Langer, former Lincoln department store manager, has sought voluntary bankruptcy in federal court in Omaha. The filings show debts of $152,622 and assets of $148,840. He was a Brandeis regional manager and general manager of the former downtown Lincoln Brandeis store for two years prior to its closing. In August 1980 he was named director of stores for Hovland-Swanson-Cochrane ; he resigned that position three months later. In the filing, Langer lists $20,365 in unsecured debts; he owes taxes of $4,239. Court upholds decision in insurance-fire case By The Associated Press A person who controls a corporation can't burn down a business and then expect an insurance company to pay for the loss, the Nebraska Supreme Court said Friday. The high court unanimously upheld a decision by Scotts Bluff County District Court in an insurance case involving Continental Insurance Co. and the Stable Club Restaurant in Scottsbluff . The lower court found that Continental had issued an insurance policy to Gustav's Stable Club, the corporation that owned the restaurant building. The lower court said Gus-tav E. Platz owned half the corporation and "exercised a dominant control" over it It also concluded that Platz was the principal perpetrator of arson in two fires that hit the Marriage licenses Ryen, Jeffrey R ,4742 J 21 Births Information on Lincoln births provided by hospitals. Thuraday Waddle. David and Barbara (Christy), 3027 C St.. boy. Bryan. White, David and Lone (Callaway), 54th & Roca Road, girl, Bryan. Friday David, Ronald and Nancy (Hoists). 2310 Wildwood Place, girl, Bryan. Lincoln home's damage by fire said $10,000 An estimated $10,000 damage resulted from a Friday night house fire which officials say might have been caused by a four-year-old child playing with a cigarette lighter. The blaze occurred at the home of the Ray Scott family at 6708 Havelock Ave, and was reported on 911 by the owner of the house, who lives across the streeL Scott was at home with his son, 4, and was asleep on the couch when smoke and flames coming from the couch awakened him, fire officials said. He apparently couldn't reach his phone, so he grabbed his boy and ran outside. Fire officials Saturday morning listed structural and content damage estimates at $6,000 and $4,000, respective- 2 BN workers file lawsuits Two lawsuits seeking a combined total of $750,000 have been filed in U.S. District Court by two Burlington Northern Railroad workers who say they were injured during the course of their employment in Box Butte County. Delmar L Hardin, who is asking for $500,000, and Dirk W. Simpson, who wants $250,000, allege that the railroad failed to provide a safe place to work. Hardin, a machinist, alleges that he injured his right thumb on Oct 2, 1980, when he caught it between two wrenches, and again on Sept 8, 1981 while trying to load a drill onto a cart Simpson, a carman, alleges that he was exposed to welding sparks on May 10, 1979, and that his eyes were injured. Supreme court orders new trials for 2 inmates TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) The state Supreme Court has ordered new trials for two death row inmates, upheld another's death sentence and slated arguments next week to consider the fate of a fourth man. New trials were ordered Thursday for James "Doug" McCray, 32, convicted of raping and killing a 68-year-old woman, and Alonzo Bryant, 29, convicted in a 1977 robbery-sex murder of a Miami man. McCray's execution had been scheduled for Wednesday. The justices scheduled arguments Monday on the appeal of Sampson A. Armstrong, 29, set to die Wednesday for shooting to death an elderly couple in their home in 1975. The court upheld a death sentence ordered for Ernest Lee Miller, 25, convicted of killing a young woman whose burned body was found by a rancher in 1979. No execution date has been set. Stable Club Restaurant in August 1979. On appeal, attorneys for the corporation argued that the intentional destruction of corporate property by a stockholder or officer doesn't preclude the remaining stockholders from collecting fire insurance. The high court said the general rule is probably that the willful burning of property by a stockholder of a corporation is not a defense against the collection of insurance by the corporation itself. But the judges also said that an insured corporation "will not be allowed a recovery on fire insurance policies where the incendiarist owns all or practically all of the stock in the insured corporation, or is in dominant management of the corporate property." Personal record Razae. Sharon K.,Waverly, 1 9 Lory, Berita, 945 F St., boy, Lin. Gen. McMaan, Chris and Dorothea (Hielen), 3401 A St., St. E. Millar, Bruce and Ellen (Hansen). 1011 S. 6th St.. girl. St. E. RoHvka, John and Evelyn (Hromss), Valparaiso, girl, Lin. Gen. Still, Richard and Patricia (Ter-rill). 1942 Skyline Drive, boy, St. Wolfing, Michael and Shirley (Oosting), 61 1 S. 29th St., boy, weather r Forecasts Lincoln-Eastern Nebraska: Fair and cold Saturday night; sunny, windy and warmer Sunday. Low around 30. High SO to 55. Nebraska: Partly cloudy Saturday night; mostly sunny Sunday. Lows upper 20s to mid 30s. Highs 60s west, 50s east. Extended: Monday through Wednesday: very, mild with little or no precipitation. Lows mid 30s to lower 40. Highs mid 60s to lower 70s. In & Sew m Cold War V-JaV- Shew,, (tot'co-v Otclwdcd mum LlllCOln (noon Saturday) Temperature: 44 Barometer: 30.4H Wind: southeast, 12 mph, gusting to 21 mph Humidity: 40 Precipitation: month to date 2.46; normal to date 1.23; year to date 3.65 Inches; normal to date 3.10. Sunset Saturday: 6:46 p.m. Sunrise Sunday: 6:18a.m. Friday's high: 50 Overnight low: 32 Temperature year ago: High: 73 Low:' 47 Average high: 52 Low: 30 Record high: 84, 1905 Low: -e, 1913 Heating Degree Days: 30 (One heating or cooling degree day is accumulated for each degree that the mean temperature is below or above 45F.) Temperatures: Friday's High, Low H L H L H L Alnsworth Grand Wand 5129 North Platte..... 54 34 Alliance............. - Imperial...... 53 33 Ovollolo............. - Beatrice........... Kearney ........ - Omoho. .......... .46 27 Chodron 55 30 MeCook Ord .. Columbus.... Mullen Scottsbluff 54 29 Falls City Norfolk 49 30 Valentine......... 53 2t Forecasts: Sunday's High, Low H L Gram) Island.... 55 30 North Platte Norfolk 50 29 Omaha H L Albuquerque.... 68 38 Anchorage 34 25 Atlanta 58 38 Boston 40 28 Brownsville 71 58 Chevenne 65 37 Chicago .....46 33 Cincinnati 52 29 DalFt. Worth.. 58 45 Denver 65 35 Des Moines 52 36 Ralph Kelly, escapee, still is being sought NORFOLK (AP) - Officials Saturday morning still were searching for a Norfolk Regional Center patient, who apparently walked away from the center Wednesday night. Ralph Kelly, 41, had been committed to the Norfolk center last month by the Douglas County Mental Health Board, following psychiatric care at Immanuel Hospital said Deputy Douglas County Attorney Mike Amdor. Two counts of second-degree assault had been dismissed against Kelly in connection with the May 1980 shootings of two Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. employees in Omaha, records show. Kelly shot himself twice in the chest a short time later as state troopers surrounded him at a farm south of Blair, where he was taken into custody. The charges were dismissed after a psychiatric evaluation. Kelly is S-feet-8 inches, weighs 180 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. The Norfolk Police Department and the Nebraska State Patrol were notified of Kelly's escape Wednesday night No mention of Kelly's background was included in the notification by the regional center, Friday afternoon, patrol offices in Norfolk and Lincoln were contacted with information from background files about Kelly. An updated bulletin, was then released by the patrol offices, containing information that Kelly was to be considered dangerous. Center Administrator Ray Kanoff said doctors treating Kelly do not consider him dangerous to others and, therefore, did not include that designation in the notification of his escape. "Dr. James Wengert and Dr. Roger Cutshall do not think he is going to harm someone," Kanoff said. "Someone unfamiliar with the case apparently believed he was and issued that information. They read something into it that wasnt there." A patrol dispatcher in Norfolk said in this particular case he felt extreme caution should have been advised. The dispatcher explained that back-up assistance by law enforcement officers St. E. Saturday Guasa, David and Cheryl (Schwarting), Nebraska City, girl, Lin. Gen. Kavanaugh, David and Kris-tine (Harrington). 61 37 S. 71st St., gin, un. can. Krull, Kelly and Debra (Millar), 931 W. Leon Drive, boy, Bryan. Olson,' John and Vicki (Ronan), 636 W. Joel St., boy. St. E. ML 5t 29 50 29 H L Scottsbluff 62 34 Valentine 59 28 M L H L Detroit 49 28 New York 42 35 Foroo 48 33 Phoenix 78 55 Helena 57 30 Portland, Me.... 36 19 Honolulu 79 71 Rapid City 65 38 Houston 60 48 St. LOUIS 52 36 Kansas City 53 36 Salt Lake Cltv...66 41 Las Vega 68 46 Son Francisco.. 56 47 Los Angeles 62 52 Seattle 48 35 Miami Beach 79 66 Sioux Falls 52 38 Mpls.St. Paul....41 27 Washington...... 50 35 New Orleans 63 50 Wichita 50 41 might be necessary in apprehending Kelly as he has an assault record. Contacted Saturday, LL Lawrence Hanus of Lincoln said he had been involved in updating the escape notification Friday afternoon. He added that it is routine procedure for the patrol to update bulletins if additional information is received. Arab shooting puzzles police CLEVELAND (UPI) -Police are trying to determine if a religious disagreement or a political argument between rival Arab factions led to the shooting death of one man and the wounding of two others on a downtown street. NOTICE Anyone knowing the whereabouts or relation or history of Harry Edward Dorbin (1900 s), reward offered for tracing of roots of family to find heirs for Inheritance. Please contract Harold Edward Durbln, 6701 Cherry Ave.. Long Beach, CA 90805. 8046565-10T, Mar. 19. 20, 21, 22, 23. .24, 25. 26, 27. 2( NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF ADCO ADVERTISING CONSULTANTS OF NEBRASKA, INC. The articles of Incorporation for AOCO ADVERTISING CONSULTANTS OF NEBRASKA INC., were filed on March 18, 1982 and shall have perpetual existence. It's registered office Is 3831 Castle Circle, Lincoln, Nebraska 68524, and the registered agent Is George M. Churlev. The purpose of the corporation is to transact ony or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under Section 21-2001 to 21-20. 134. The aggregate number of shares the corporation shall hove authority to Issue is ten thousand (10,000) shares at a par value of one dollar (SI. 00) each. The number of Directors constituting the Inital Board of Directors Is one (1) and the name and address of the person is to serve until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until his successor or successors Isore elected and shall qualify Is George M. Churlev, 383) Castle Circle, Lincoln, Nebraska 68524. George M. Churlev, Incorporator 6046577 3T, Mar. 20, 27, April 3 INVITATION FOR BIDS HELIPAD LINCOLN GENERAL HOSPITAL Sealed proposals for the completion of Helipad construction work, Lincoln General Hospital, Lincoln, Nebraska, will be received at the office of the Architect, Davis Fenton Stange Darling, 226 Stuart Building, until 2 P.M., April 13, 19S2. The protect consists of furnishing oil lobor, materials, and equipment to complete the construction of a new rooftop Helipad at Lincoln General Hospital, as described by the plans and specifications prepared by Davis Fenton Stange Darling, Architects & Engineers, 226 Stuart Building, Lincoln, Nebraska. A single proposal Is required and a single prime contract will be awarded for all the portions of the work Including general, electrical, and mechanical construction. A separate contract will be awarded for elevator modifications. Each proposal shall be accompanied by ond acceptable Bid Bond or a Certified Check payable to the City of Lincoln, Nebraska In the amount of S of the proposal submitted as a guarantee that, H awarded the contract, the bidder will promptly enter Into a contract ond provide such bonds as required. Proposals not accompanied by bid security will not be considered. Each successful bidder win be required to furnish Corporate Surety Performance and Payment Bonds In the amount equal to 100 of the Contract Price. Board of Trustee Lincoln General Hospital By: Rlchord Hoyden Administrator i046621-2T,Mar.27,2S NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Sealed bids will be received by the Purchasing Deportment of the Lincoln Electric System, 2620 Fairfield Street, P.O. Box 8069, Lincoln, Nebraska, up to the hour of 10:00 A.M. Thursday, April 15, 19S2 for the purchase of 1000 KCM cable. At that time the bids will be opened and read okwd at the Purchasing Department Conference Room All at the Lincoln Electric System Service Center located at 2620 Fairfield Street. Plans ond specification may be obtained from the Lincoln Electric System Pur-chosine Department located at 2620 Fairfield Street. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bidder's bond In the sum of five (5) percent of the totol amount oi the bid. mode payable to the order of the Lincoln Electric System, as a guarantee of good faith. The Lincoln Electric System reserves the right to accept any bid. to releet ony or all bids or to waive ony defects in ony bid. William P. Cortnev Purchasing Agent 804661 3 IT, March 27 NOTICE OF DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES LAND LEASE SALE Notice Is hereby given that the Deportment of Correctional Services will offer for lease at public auction en the day ond time set forth below, in the Conference Room of the Lin-coin Correctional Center at 3270 West Van Dorn, Lincoln. Nebraska The following land within Lancaster County: DATE : March 29. 1982 (Monday) TIME: 10:00a.m. 1. A trod of land in the Northwest Quarter (NWlfr) of Section Thirty Three (33) Township Ten (10) North. Ronge Six (6) East of the Sixth Principal Meridian. The duration of this lease will be one (1) year, expiring March 29, 19S3. Cash rent due and payable the day of the lease sole. One-half of the Bonus Bids will be paid to the Department of Correctional Services, Lln- coin Correctional Center, by bonk draft, cashier's check, certified check, or cosh on the date of the lease sale. The second half will be paid on January 1, 1983. In order for any person to be eligible to bid on the lease, he must be able to contract in accordance with Nebraska Low ond have deposited with Frederick Carter, Business Manager, Lincoln Correctional Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, a bank draft, cash, cashier's check or a certified check made pavoble to the Deportment of Correctional Services, Lincoln Correctional Center, equivalent to the annual rental of said tract. Said rental deposit may be submitted at any time until the final fall of the gavel. All leases of these lands ot public auctions are considered to be non-revocable offers, which only upon acceptance ond approval by the Department of Correctional Services shall become binding contracts. For information relative to lease procedures, contact the Administration Office, Lincoln Correctional Center, P.O. Box 2800, Station -"B" Lincoln, NE 68502. Phone 471-2861 extension 164. For Inspection of land, contract: Frederick Carter, Business Manager, Lincoln correctional Center, P.O. Box 2800 Station W 471-2861 ext. 162. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CEKiiER 8046610-3T. Mar. 26.27.28 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Nebraska Game ond Porks Commission ot the Engineering Division Office, 2200 Norm 33rd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68503, will receive sealed Bids on the 15th day of April 1982, at 2:00 P.M., for Construction of Sanitary Trailer Dump Station at: Pawnee State Recreation Area located in Lancaster County, near Emerald, Nebraska. The BiddingContract Documents ore on file at the Engineering Division Office, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, 2200 North 33rd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68503. BiddingContract Documents for" the obove protects may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, Ross Engineering. Inc.. 3130 "O" Street, Suite D, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510, for a charge of 115.00 which will not be refunded. The plans and specifications are also on file for the Bidder's use at the following plan exchanges: 1. F.W. Dodge Reports, 6901 Pacific Suite 216, Omaha Nebraska 68106 2. Lincoln Builders Bureau, 507 J Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 3. Omaha Builders Exchange. 4721 F Street, Omaha, Nebraska 681 17 Each Bid shall be submitted on a form supplied with the Bidding Documents and must be accompanied by a certified check, a Bid Bond, or a cashier's check In the amount of 5 of the total Bid, made pavoble to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, which shall be considered as liquidated damages, and forfeited to the Owner, If said Bid is accepted and the Bidder falls to execute the contract and file the required bond(s) and insurance as specified. Each Bid Proposal shall be submitted separately marked as such: Bid for Construction of Sanitary Trailer Dump Station ot Pawnee State Recreation Areo. The successful Bidder is required to furnish a Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Poyment Bond in the full amount of the contract sum at the time of the contract award. Federal Funds will be used to assist in the development of this proi-ect: Heritage Conservation Recreation Service Prolect 31-00473 The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reserves the right to releet any or all Bids and to waive ony or all Informalities or Irregularities. No Bidder mav withdraw his Bid Proposal for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for opening of bids. NEBRASKA GAME AND PARK COMMISSION By EUGENE T. MAHONEY (Director) 8046588 3T. Mor. 26, 27, 28 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS The Lancaster County Board of Equalization convened and was called to order at 1:30 P.M. on Tuesday, March 23, 1962. by Chairman, Jan Gauger. Members present were Robert E. Colin, Sr., Joseph R. Edwards ond Jon Gauger. Also present was County Clerk, W. Richard Baker ond County Assessor, Carol Broman. Approved the following additions and deductions to the tax assessment roils: 1. 9422 Billy Strelt deduction of S151.0O. 2. 9423 Ross V. Winters deduction of S53.O0. 3. 9424 Ross V. Winters addition Of (58.67. 4. 9425 Richard L. Blouser addition of S35.17. 5. 9426 Gall Ingweerson addition of 117.40. 6. 9427 stahla Mobile Home addition of S34.07. 7. 9428 United Furniture Sales addition of S132.39. 8. 9429 Hans Kaiser addition of $248.48. ' 9. 9430 Cathy S. Lope addition of 1173.52. 10. 943l Fred Hare addition of S35.78 11. 9432 Larry A. Maxwell addition of S18.74. 12. 9433 Allen Stelner addition of $77.40. 13. 9434 Bert Trimmer deduction of $7.28. 14. 9435 Crystglvtlcs Company addition of $1970.20. 15. 9436 Jerry Joyce addition of $1551.37. 16. Jerry Joyce addition of $966.50. 17. Jerry Joyce addition of $778.07. 18. Jerry Joyce addition of $792.78. 19. , 9437 Rentfro-Jovce Enterprises addition of $270.71. 20. Rentfro-Jovce Enterprises addition of $156.82. 21. Rentfro-Jovce Enterprises addition of $128.27. 22. Rentfro-Joyce Enterprises addition of $113.90. 23. 9438 J , L Lee Co. addition of $128.50. 24. 9439 Dave Hollomon oddltlon Of $116.09. 25. 9440 Ellen Henderson addllon of $82. 14. 26. 9441 Jay L or Jennifer L. Bohr addition of $214.90. 27. 9442 Robert L. Harrison addition of $27.15. 28. 945S Richard Anthony addition of $396.74. - 29. 945 Dan C Kreltman addition of W21 .82. 30. Don C. Kreltman addition of $2765.38. 31. 9460 City of Lincoln deduction Of $417.08. 32. City of Lincoln deduction of $435.42. 33. 9461 City of Lincoln oddltlon Of $441 .02. 34. 9462 Mary C Sinn addition of $1309.32. 35. 9463 Helen Johnson deduction 01(5.98. 36. 94S4 Helen Johnson deduction of I1 1.58. 37. 465 Helen Johnson deduction Of $16.68. 38. 946e Helen Johnson deduction of $16.02. 39. 9467 Helen Johnson deduction Of 119! 56. 40. 9468 Helen Johnson deduction 01(5.30. 41. 946 Helen Johnson- addition of (73.56. 42. s9470 Valentine Kusko addition of $93 22. 43. 947i valentine Kusko deduction of $172.30. 44. 9472 valentine Kusko deduction of $73.14. 45. 9473 Robert S. Fahlberg deduction of $I7.7S. 46. Robert S. Fahlberg deduction Of $18.46. 47. Robert S. Fahlberg deduction .of $19.48. 48. '9475 Gregory S. Nielsen deduction of $95 SI. 4. 9474 Lerov Munson deduction Of $24.36. 50. 9477 Michael W. Stranathan addition of $151 .28. 51. 9478 Vernon E. Revis deduction of 12824. 52. 9479 Horry P. Leovltt deduction of $220.14. 53. 9480 Harry P. Leovltt deduction of $2838.94. 54. '9481 Cynthia l Benes addition of $182.62. 55. 9482 union Loan 4, Savings Ass'n addition of (6773.84. 56. 94B3 Christine l Rapp deduction of $1795.84. 57. 94S4 Christine L. Rapp addition of $1310.22. 58. 9443 Todd Merrvmon deduction of $152.35. 59. 9444 William Stimple dedic-tion of $13.39. 60. 9445 Larry Knaub addition of $78.49.- 61. 9444 Harrison's Shoe addition of (63.03. 62. 9447 Bronnlgans Restaurant oddltlon of $569.12. 63. 9448 Edward R. Zuhlke addition of $136.53. 64. 9449 Robert W. Clork oddltlon Of $3.65. 65. 9450 Dobson Bros. Const. addltlonof $11.80. 66. 9485 Stote of Near, deduction Of (58.62. 67. state of Near, deduction of $54.90. 68. State of Near, deduction of $82.36. 69. 94S6 Chos Brewer addition of $731.70. 70. Chos Brewer addition of $700.04. 71. Chos Brewer addition of S735.76. 72. 9487 Kevin J. Pyle deduction Of $18.46. 73. Kevin J. Pyle deduction of $19.46. 74. '9488 Paul W. Ress deduction Of $57.98. 75. Paul W. Ress deduction of $60.02. 76. 9489 Meivin Chauzo deduction 01 (24 98. 77. 9490 Roger L. Dowllng addltlonof $24.96. 78. '9491 Kenneth R. Muff addition of $448.92. 79. Kenneth R. Muff addition of $492.12. 80. 9492 Infinity S. Dev. Co. addltlonof $3018.16. 81. 9493 Duane D. Burd addition Of $763.26. 82. '9494 C. Harold Johnson deduction of (24.34. 83. 9495 Robert E. Lookobaugh addition of (67.64 84. Robert E. Lookobaugh addition of (62.58. 85. Robert E. Lookobaugh addition of $65.24. 86. 9S01 Dale W. Lilyhorn addition 01(39.43. 87. 9502 United Furniture Sales addition of (132.39. 88. '9503 David Lee Hoffman additional 136.14. 89. 9504 Connecticut General Life addition of 1106.35. 90. 9505 Robert Farstad addition of 17.54. 91. 9506 Goodvears Employees Credit Union addition of (255.73. 92. 9507 Walter Osmon addition of $52.81. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for Indion Hills Community Church. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tox Exemption for Glad Tidinos Assembly of God Church. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for Union College. Denied the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for Family Service Association. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for The Good News Broodcosting Association, Inc. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for Bryan Memorial Hospital. Approved the Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption for The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners convened ond was called to order at 1 :X P.M. Tuesday, March 23, 1982, in the Commissioners Hearing Room by Chairman, Jan Gauger. Notice of said meeting was published In the Lin-coin Journal-Star Saturday, March 20, 1982 and posted on the County bulletin board according to law. Commissioners present were Robert E. Colin, Sr., Joseph R. Edwards and Jan Gauger. Also present was County Clerk, W. Richard Baker. The following claims were approved: GENERAL FUND A Quality Litho, Inc.. 19.50; Alexander 8, Alexander, 24.00; Alexander & Alexander, 450.00; All Makes Office, 18.00; AndersonRudy or Kothy, 190.00; Arbor Printing Company, 21.25; Arbor Printing Company, 80.10; Arrovo Carlos or Georgia, 190.00; Attorney General. 60.00; B S, B Locksmith Inc., 22.00; Baiters. Phd Henry L., 100.00; Bartos Lorene, 79.59; Beatrice Foods Company, 114.00; Berlowltz, Attorney William M. 140.00; Boardman Co., Ltd Clark, 6.00; Boomer's Printing Company, 10.00; Bradley Kay. 280.00; Bring Distributors, 165.78; Cablevlslon, 19.00; Cablevision, 11.00; Capitol Humone Society, 579.50; Cengas, 303.38; Christian Heritage, 885.00; City of Lincoln, 508.04; Clerk of me Supreme Court, 115.00; Cole Publications, 78.00; College View Printers, 328.05; Corn-husker Printing Compony, 442.00; Culver Bonnie D., 272.40; Data Documents, Inc. 52.05; Des Moines Stamp Mfg. Co., 28.95; Diebold. Inc., 924.00; Edwards Kothy, 47.25; Exon Company J.J., 470.00; Exon Company J.J., 260.75; Farr Kothy, 36.69; Film Shop Inc. The, 42.20; Flschbach Tree-Lawn Service, 8.00; Fischer Arnold, 252.00; Flowers, Attorney Karen, 200.00; General Reporting Service, 155.53; Gilmore Ruth E., 266.50; Goff Bernard E. or Helen, 149.28; Goff Bernard E. or Helen, 151.81; Goff Bernard E. or Helen, 54.29; GoffBernard E. or Helen, 54.29; Grant Francis, 20.00; Green Pamela G., 289.80; Hall Barbara J.. 266.50; Hansen Patty S., 313.50; Health Central, 755.00; Henneman Alice, 4.62; Heusink-veil Lucille, 10.00; Hlbberd Wilbur, 10.00; Hllger Shirley W., 256.80; Hltz Allen Arthur, 3.00; Hudklns Carol, 10.00; Hull Kothy. 20.00; IBM Corporation, 76.48; IBM Corporation. 25.00; Johnston, Jr., Atty Miles W., 528.63; Jones Dean or Dorothy, 6.13; Jorgensen Jeffrey L., 244.80; Journal-Star Printing Co., 542.66; Keithlev Sandy, 380.00; Kirchmann Dole or Poula, 98.23; Kunz Linda. 10.50; Lancaster Co. Treasurer, 700.60; Lancaster County, 81.66; Lancaster County Judge, 607.84; Lancaster County Judge, 120.00; Lancaster County Judge, 200.00; Lancaster Office of, 80.92; Long Enterprises Jerome S., 5,103.24; Larson Susie, 56.49; Latimer, Anderson, & Clsor, 155.50; Latsch's, Inc., 9.12; Latsch's, Inc., 9.90; Latsch's, Inc., 73.83; Latsch's, Inc. 75.87; Latsch's, Inc., 79.86; Law Enforcement Equip. Co., 502.13; Law Enforcement Equip. Co., 104.30; Lebsock Phllomena K., 288.40; Leopold Bill or Paula, 47.50; Lidolph Twvla, 82.20; Lincoln Electric System, 46.90; Lincoln Office Equipment, 4.00; Lincoln Postmaster, 500.00; Lincoln Telephone Co., 309.98; Lincoln Telephone Co.. 29.25; Lincoln Tour . Travel, 250.00; Lincoln Transportation System, 1,963.59; Luedtke Leolo H., 273.00; Luers. AHv James B., 800.00; Morsh Manufacturing, Inc., 4.52; Mortice Lock Shop, 34.00; Merrltt Public Relations, 1,811.01; Mid-Central Office Supply, 11.26; Mid-Central Office Supply, 135.81; Miller Cameras, Inc. Max, 60.54; National Sheriffs' Assoc., 15.00; NE Whole-sole Transmission, 339.50; Nebraska Correctional, 10.80; Nebraska Correctional, 111.19; Nelson Corolvn, 226.77; Osborne, MO Robert G., 100.00; Palmer Hazel M., 244.80; Pthologv Medical Service. 1.841.60; Pharos Sandra J., 20.36; Phores Sandra J. 2036; Phillips Petroleum Co.. 63.58; Rains Annette C, 309.00; Russell Sherral Ann, 40.30; Scheer Kothy, 77.00; Schoneweis Elrov or Evelina 250.00; Schwarz printing Company, 235.95; Security International, Inc., 130.00; Security Inter notional Inc., 130.00; Sheriff of Douglas County, 4.14; Sheriff of Saline County, 8.20; Sheriff of Scotts Bluff County. 5.14; State of Nebraska, 700.00; Store Revolving, 75.21; Store Revolving, 30.37; Stores Revolving, 264.60; Stores Revollng, 23.53; Stores Revolving, 147.14; Stores Revolving, 15.77; Swift, Asst. Director Louis F 16.17; Technical Sale It Service, 243.75; The Economic Press, Inc., 22.75; Thew Michael E. 131.58; Thomson Al or Jone, 223.25; University of Nebroka 354.04; Von-noy Jean A., 303.80; Voss Electric Company, 37.25; Wagner Terry, 4 06; Western Paper Compony, 132.75; Williams Carol. 135.72; Wis-mom Leon. 54.58; Wvant Esther, 78.54; Xerox Corporal ion, 388.20; Youth Service System, 1785.42; . Youth Service System, 245.00; Yung-Wut, Attorney Stephen K. 360.00; Zytron Corporation, 73.52; Zytron Corporation, 306.10. WELFARE ADMINISTRATION FUND J . Alexander 8, Alexander &. 379.00; Anderson Julie. S.I9; Baker Mary, 29.40; Belford Linda 34.02; Bettln Nancy, 11.13; Bonnett Renee, 60.90; Bronnen Wanitta 34.02; Cormi-, chael Sandy. J4.02; Christopher, Corol, 98.91; Davis Sandra 46.41; , Dleckhous Billle Jo. 49.56; Fletch- , or Millie, 18.48; Gorl Genene, 35.07; Gross Standard Service, e 444.91; Harrison Robert W., 22.12; e Hobelman Kothy, 5.47; IBM Cor do- ration, 107.00; Isaacs Fronkie, 19.53; Johnson Karen, 4.30; Jour- nal-Star Printing Co., 44.20; Kozak Dianne, 23.10; Lincoln Building Corp. 17,061.29; McKenzle Caryl, 32.55; Mohr Corlnne. 22.05; National Bonk of Commerce, 659.15; Nichols Mary. 72.66; Ostdlek Elaine, 12.39; Oswald Jon, 175.77; Reid Morgoret, 24.78; Schidler Eula 22.05; Smith Nancy, 35.28; Squlres Patricia, 147.63; Stlllman Ann C, 37.80; Telephone Answering Service, 115.75; Watts Virginia, 128.73; White Mary Ellen. 13.02; Wlrth Susan, 65.31; Zlgurs Mara RELIEFMEDICAL FUND Barth's Drug & Hardware, 130.35; Bei-Aire Home, 779.30; Belmont Jack & Jill, 55.00; Berry Investment, 290.00; Breuggemann W.W., 140.00; Donlan Board 8, Room, 144.00; Drs, Rustad, Westburg, & Easier, 42.00; Food 4 Less, 60.00; Four Star Drug, 12.55: Frontier Investments. Inc., 295.00; Govne, MD Robert E. 140.00; House of Hope Nebraska, 300.00; Ideal Grocery, 35.00; Jeffrey Compony, 125.00; Jim's Drug, 7.84; Klein's IGA, No. 4, 39.00; Kruse Lillian. 135.00; Lincoln Clinic PC, 136.00; Lincoln General Hospital, 362.20; Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 840.00; Lincoln Transportation System, 15.00; Lincoln Transportation System, 200.00; Lincoln Water System, 67.13; Metcalf Funeral Home, 675.00; Nevln Drug Company, 10.10; O.U.R. Homes, 1.514.64; Peoples City Mission, 110.96; Pinkleman David. 225.00 Radiology Associates PC 176.80; Roper & $ons Mortuary, 200.00; Shusters Jack & Jill. 40.50; Spencer Management, 150.00; Town And Country, 250.00; Town ond Country, 260.00; Town and Country, 145.00; Walgreen Drug, 32.64; Westling Lily, 110.00; Wyuka Cemetery, 320.00 REVENUE SHARING FUNO Legal Services of, 6,387.00 BUILDING FUND Draperies & Interiors. 600.21; PHE, 70.75 LANCASTER MA NORFUND Nebraska Dept of Revenue, 58.01 L.O.M.R. FUNO A Quality Litho, Inc., 120.74; Andelt Shelly S, 27.72; Ben Franklin Stores, 16.34; Board of Education, 414.00; Boggs Julie E., 221.54; Cablevision, 78.50; Campbell Terence or Linda, 385.38; Cengas, 2199.37; Cole & Company Dona F, 327.00; FrJizell Vickie, 17.42; Gabrlelson John or Charlotte, 543.23; General Fire 8. Safety, 74.45; General Fire 8, Safety, 4.00; K-Mart NO4120, 160.70; Lincoln Electric system, 399.76; Lincoln Office Equipment, 152.07; Lincoln Telephone Co, 174.74; Lincoln Water System, 176.87; Rlchstotter James or Jeanette, 395.30; Sheldon Pot or Karen, 395.08; Spllker Linda L, 42.64; Standard Meat Compony, 1,146.95; Stores Revolving, 6.35; Sunderland Anna, 395.30; Virts Connie, 395.30; Virts John W 543.23; Weber Louisa A, 12.39; West A Food Center. 1,784.65; White Terri L, 76.70; X-Press Kopv. 130.75 MENTAL HEALTH FUND Alexander 8, Alexander, 13.00; Bolters. PHD Henry L., 70.00; Ben Franklin Stores, 64.68; Bonacker William, 21.00; Brandt, RN Jeri L., 150.00; Bretos Trudy, 115.09; De-Brown Leasing Inc, 4.00; Derby Refining Company, 154.77; Exon Company, 35.21; Field Nancy, 44.33; ForstX Nancy, 68.84; Hinky Dinky No 69, 68.92; I BM Corporation. 28.47; Kornfleld Aurvlvde, 53.79; Kotos Kenneth, 8.. 33; Kotos Kenneth, 71.93; Lincoln Tour & Travel, 199.00; Morrlson Lee, 11.82; O.U.R. Homes, 200.00; Page Joyce, 22.85; Pauley Lumber Compony, 221.95; Plpher, PHD James R., 560.00; Rodgerson, PHD Michael J., 420.00; Saloyclk Stephen A, 81.95; Spllker Jay, 12.60; Stores Revolving, 72.55; Telephone Answering Service, 122.50; Thels Ronald, 10.29; University of Nebraska, 299.32; Vongen Marsha 11.13; Zorn Joann, 864.00 WEED CONTROL FUND Lang Enterprises Jerome S., 798.00; Truck Hospital, 409.56 BUILDING A GROUNDS FUND Baker Hardware Company, 22.71; Charter Co Earl, 33.60; Clover Auto Supply Co The, 13.63; Kelly Supply Co. The, 4.06; Lancoster Implement Inc, 330.00; Meginnis Ford Co, 63.74; Melichar & Hlllls "66" Service, 10.00; Midwest Refuse Service, 320.00; Stolte Plumbing i Heating, 120.00; Wentz Plumbing & Hts, ' 167.36 , Approved an application for Weigh Station, Inc. aba Weigh Station Off Sale Beer for a Retail -Beer Off Sole Only license ond Rrtt- -fie Club license located at Highwattdn and 84th Street, Lincoln, Nebraokavn Approved an application for Jobnjr W. Beckwithdba Willies Tavern for-a Retail Beer-Off Sale Only license -and Bottle Club license located af-1400 Maxwell Street, Walton, Nebraska. Approved the award of bid for As-phallic Concrete Resurfacing Course on Proiect No. 82-1 for the Lancaster County engineer to Dob-son Brothers Construction Company in the amount of $1 79,786.00. Received, approved and placed on file: 1. County Treasurer Monthly Report for February, 1982. Approved the receipt of Joint Custody Receipt No. 10568, dated 72384, In the amount of $250,000.00 ond the release of Joint Custody receipt No. 329799, dated 32582. in the amount of $200,000.00 both from South Ridge Bank. Approved the cancellation of Warrant No. 26756, dated 030982, In the amount of $23.80 from the Lancaster Manor Power Plant Fund to Guenzel Co. because of duplicate poyment. Set o Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 6, 1982 at 1 :X P.M. on Board of Zoning Appeals, Appeal No. 17 from Dennis Hutsell to construct a 20' x 40' garage located ot 4301 S.W. 112th Street. Set o Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 6, 1982 at 1 :30 P.M. on Board of Zoning Appeals. Appeal No. 16 from Robert A. Martin to add a solar oddi- . tlon to south side of existing resl-" , dence located at 14300 North 27tb Street. ... . Denied a Contract Claim fHedi against Lancaster County by Robert, M. Dulo for reimbursement ooenld taxes for premises at 1001 4tew-Hampshire Street. Approved the award of bid for fur nlshlng a single engine aircraft for the Lancaster County Sheriff to Lin- -coin Aire, Inc In the amount of $53,889.00. Approved the award of bid for (5) concrete Box Culverts for Proiect No. 81-9 for the Lancoster County Engineer to Mid-Western Contracting Co. in the amount of $66,214.24. Approved Res. No. 3661 In the matter of the Transfer of Funds from the Weed Control Fund to the County Building Fund. Approved Res. No. 3682 of the report of the Lancaster County Treasurer concerning Parcels of Real Estate with Delinquent Taxes. Approved and Addendum to a Contract between Lancaster County and Unloose, Inc., dated September 29, " 1961, for provisions of pharmaceutical services for temporary services at Lancoster Manor. Approved on Agreement between -Lancaster County ond Union College-" of Nursing obtaining additional nursing service for Lancetef Manor and clinical nursing trothtnft experience tor student enrolled Iff Union College. - Approved on Agreement befwwtt the Medical Services Division, Nebraska Department of Public lnstl-:J futions and the Community mental .. Health service through the alloca- . tlon of Mental Health Block Grant funds. Approved the appointment of Mrs. Glenn Boesinger, Martelt, Nebraska; and the reappointment of Titus Johnson, Waverly, Nebraska to the Lancoster County Board of Zoning Appeals. Adiourned. Next meeting March 30. 1961 at 1:30 P.M. County Commissioners Hearing Room, County-City Building, Lincoln, NE. Agendo on file in the County Clerk's Office. 10:00 A.M. Commissioners Staff Meeting open to the public same day and location. W. Rlchord Baker County Clerk S046609 lT,Mar.27

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