Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska on March 6, 1991 · 3
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X Page A3 Fremont Tribune Wednesday, March 6, 1991 V Parks Friends takes up BY DRU FRYKBERG Staff Writer A foundation has been formed to fund local park improvement projects while available city funds continue to shrink, said City Administrator Jack Sutton. Foundation money will be used to upgrade sports Helds and build new sports and recreation facilities in Fremonts 21 parks. Friends of Fremont Area Parks Inc., which formed last summer, Electronic to be used BY DEREK UPSON Staff Writer Two men were ordered to wear an electronic monitor as part of an intensive supervision program in Dodge County District Court Monday. The monitors allow law enforcement officials to check the location of the men at different times each day. Kent Hartung, 24, 1 820 E. 19th St., and Gary Townsend, 18, of Arlington, will wear tire monitors for the' first 180 days of their three-year probations. Judge Mark Fuhrman said this was the first time he had used the intensive supervision program, which became available to the courts in October. Hartung admitted on Jan. 28 to violating four terms of his Dodge County District Court probation. Hartung had been placed on probation after being convicted of a Class IV felony theft charge in 1988. He was sentenced to an additional two years probation under the same terms and conditions. Fremonter to be bound over on drug, weapons charges BY DEREK UPSON Staff Writer A 35-year-old Fremont man charged with three felonies in connection with weapons, drugs and drug paraphernalia seized at his residence in Fremont waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will be bound over to Dodge County District Court. Howard. G. Greser, 1341 E. ' First St., is charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, theft by receiving firearms and possession of. marijuana' without tax stamps. z'1 Greser. will be arraigned in District-court on, March 18. The charges stem from -propcrtly stolen from Saline Comity' seized at Grescrs previous residence in Fremont. ' - Fremont detectives and an investigator from Saline County recovered two shotguns, three semi-automatic rifles and three-rifles. Also recovered was a triple beam scale, drugs and assorted drug paraphernalia. The tax stamp charge against Greser is only the second time in Nebraska the charge has been used. The only other tax stamp violation was prosecuted in Norfolk. 99 $ Junior ; Misses, & Plus size Knit Tops & Woven Shirts! (regularly $12-$26) 10 a . DlSCOUnt oriTSatJjOam toJJ Sunil pm to 5 astville Plaza (Ett " 2140836 ED q is awaiting tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service, said foundation President Sara Dillow. Different people have differ-' ent interests, Dillow said. Some want new lights, new dugouts; but there just is not the money in the budget for these improvements. Sutton 'agreed, saying federal funds, which used to fund park expansion projects, are no longer monitors on 2 men DISTRICT COURT On the same day, he also pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. For that offense, he was placed on 36 months probation. Townsend pleaded guilty to the theft of a 1978 Pontiac Firebird. He .allegedly duplicated the keys to the vehicle during a test drive and stole the vehicle on Dec. 4. Bill Fauncc, intensive supervision coordinator for the region that includes Dodge County, said the program is similar to placing offenders under house arrest. Faunce said the program uses electronic monitoring equipment, including an ankle or arm bracelet and a monitoring box connected to a telephone. The bracelet, slightly larger than a watch but not easily removed, emits a signal to the phone monitor that registers on a computer. COUNTY COURT The law requires the dealer, a person possessing more than six ounces of marijuana, to pay a tax of $100 per ounce to the Nebraska Department of Revenue. The firearms and possession charges are Class III felonies, punishable by one to 25 years in prison andor a $25,000 fine. The tax stamp charge is a Class IV felony punishable by, up to five years in prison andor a $10,000 fine. In other Court action Tuesday: Jeff Dresser, 23, of Lincoln pleaded guilty to writing an account-closed check. He was placed on a community service contract and ordered to pay restitution of $351.25. Donald Hammond, 23, 334 S. H St., pleaded guilty to writing an account-qlosed check. A presentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set - for March 19. Charles Phillips, 32, 20 Logan St., pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. He was fined $100, costs and ordered to reimburse county-appointed attorneys fees. - to anyone presenting a Military I.D. during this active duty period available. And most of the citys funds for park and recreation are used for park maintenance and operations, he said. With the present attitude on taxes, in the foreseeable future there will not be the funding available for park improvements, Sutton said. The six-member board will determine what projects receive funding and will be advised by Sutton and Joe Collins, city tvA! - 1 Back in shape Fremonter David Long tears out part of a damaged window frame in a rail car belonging to the Fremont & Elkhorn Valley Railroad. Supper, auction to raise money -for Gulf families WAHOO - A- spaghetti , supper and charity auction'wilL be Sunday in Wahoo to raise money for the Desert Storm Family Relief Fund. The dinner will be 5-7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building and the auction will follow at 7:30 p.m. Items to be auctioned include a car stereo, a complimentary hunt- sponsored by the River Front Hunt Club and the book Capitol, signed by Sen. Bob Kerrey D-Neb. Because all food and auction items are donated, all proceeds will assist Nebraskan families of service personnel stationed in the Persian Gulf, event coordinator Jana Davison said. She said the proceeds will assist families needing groceries and money to pay bills. People receiving help from the fund will be those who have already been assisted by the American Red Cross three times, which is die organizations limit, Davison said. Tickets are $4 for adults and $2.50 for senior citizens and children. They can be purchased at the door or in advance. Fremont Tribune 0 1990, Hometown CommumciuoiK, Inc. 135 North Main 721-5000 or 1-800-728-8339 Fremont, Neb. 68025 John McDougal: Publisher Paul W. Smith: Managing Editor Joyce Klrkendall: Circulation Director Stanley Wilson: Advertising Director dean A. Brown: Controller News The Fremont Tribune welcomes news tips and story ideas. To suggest an idea for a story or photograph call Managing Editor Paul Smith. If you have something for the Lifestyle page, Features Editor Janelle Lenser can help you.-Call Brent . -----Wasemus if you have a tip, idea or question concerning sports. Circulation Subscribers should receive their Fremont Tribune by 5 p.m. daily and 7.00 a m. Saturday. If you do not receive your paper call 721-5000 before 6 30 p m. weekdays or 10 a.m. Saturdays. Advertising The advertising department is available to help you with classified advertising from 8 00 a m. to 5 00 p m. weekdays, either in the Tribune building or by phone, 721-5000. Published Monday through Friday afternoon and Saturday morning except Sundays, New Years, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Christmas by Fremont Newspapers, Inc., 135 N. Mam St., Fremont, NE, 68025-0009. Member of the Associated Press and Audit Bureau of Circulation. Second class postage paid at Fremont, NE. Fremont Tribune (ISSN: 1049-8338) Telephone: 721-5000. Subscription rates: by mail outside Fremont in postal zones 1 and 2, where carrier delivery is unavailable, $114 40 per year; $57.20, six months; $28 60, three months. For mail rates outside zones 1 and 2, write or call (402) 721-5000. Home delivery by newscarner, $7.00 per four week collection period, $7.60 per four week period on motor route. The publisher reserves the right to change subscription rates during the term of a subscription upon twenty-eight days' notice. This notice may be by mail to the subscriber, by notice contained in the newspaper itself, or otherwise. Subscription rate changes may be implemented by Postmaster: Sena address changes to 68025-0009. Suggested retail price Today's This is a two-section, city funds slack parks and recreation superintendent, said Dillow, also a parks and recreation board member. Dillow said foundation members are just beginning to compile a list of priority projects and didnt have specific expansion plans yet. Collins said some likely projects would be building a new greenhouse in Moller Park, installing outdoor lights at Miller Parks south softball field and Police Michelle K. Toman, 907 N. Logan Sti reported someone took four hubcaps off her parents' caPwhile it war in the parking lot at 10th and Pebble streets sometime between 5 p.m. on Saturday and 4:15 p.m. on Monday. Estimated loss, $300. 1715' NTBelL $1730 p.m. Friday; vehicles driven by CaroLta-Smilh. 48. 2552 Birdie Ave., and Robert B. Hayes, 17, of Cedar Bluffs, collided. Dakota Street and Wyoming Avenue, 3:32 p.m. Friday; vehicles driven by Linda Gless, 42, 2619 Wyoming Ave., and Cole Guy, 18, 1335 N. Main St., collided. An employee at Touch-N-Go, 1156 W. 23rd St., reported someone put gas in their vehicle and left without paying for it at 6:20 p.m. Tuesday. Estimated loss, $12. Roger D. Weltikal, 155 Schuyler Ave., reported someone entered his home and took cash sometime between 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. Estimated loss, $235. Clarkson and 23rd street, 3G3 p.m. Monday; Orpha E. Switzer, Jjl 2510 N. Clarkson St., Apt. 808, andCleta D. Morrison, 75, 450 N. Bell St., collided. ' Military Avenue and Bell Street, 6:39 p.m. Monday; Karla J. Schulze, 31, of Arlington, and Paula C. Holtz, 28, 1355 E. Dodge St., collided. Jean A. Hembd, a student at Midland Lutheran College, reported her car had been damaged sometime between 8 p.m. Fiday and 1 p.m. Tuesday while it was parked in a college parking lot. Estimated damage, $80. 135 N. Main St., 11:38 a.m. Monday; vehicles driven by Edna C. changing the duration of the subscription Fremont Tribune, PO. Box 9, Fremont, NE Newspaper ' ' 12-page newspaper. developing more soccer fields. For example, the $10,000 the Fremont Girls Softball .Inc. plans to contribute to install lights at Miller Parks south softball field will be given to the foundation earmarked for that project, Sutton said. 'Raising money through the foundation for parks expansion wont decrease the citys park and recreation budget, he said. Staff PhotoiDennis Grundman Vandals last November .damaged 45 windows and 40 frames in rail cars and Long has been repairing them. ' r DAILY REPORT Timme, 66, 2116 N. Main St., and Charles La Reau, 60, 215 E. 12th St., collided. a Luther Road, north of 23rd Street, 3:01 a.m. Friday; vehicles driven by Katy Stenger, 35, Route' 1, Cedar Bluffs, -'and Gertrude Kuehl, 68, Route 1, Yutan, collided. An employee for the city of Fremont reported a broken glass door on the east side of the building at 725 N. Park Ave. between 11 and 11:45 am. Monday. Estimated damage, $300. Monica Dickerson, 1414 Mayfair Ave., reported the drivers side window of her vehicle was broken out sometime between 5:30 and 10 p.m. Tuesday. Estimated damage, $100. Dannie W. Hahn, 1345 E. Sixth SL, reported someone damaged his Oscar garbage container sometime between 5:30 and 11 p.m. on Friday. Estimated damage, $50. Amiel Beranek, 807 S. Broad St., Lot 259, reported someone broke a wooden table on his property sometime between noon Saturday and 3:30 p.m. Monday. Estimated damage, $10. An employee of the city of Fremont reported someone damaged a city vehicle in the 300 block of Jefferson Road sometime between 10 a.m. Friday and 9:13' a.m. ' Tuesday. Estimated damage, $175. Rescue 625 N. I St., Apt. 15, 2:32 a.m. Wednesday; Jim Kephart, same address, had a medical emergency and was taken to Memorial Hospital. Winding Bras & Hosiery 60 off Jewelry 50 off 3.00 Rack - $1 .00 Table No credit card purchases - Cash Only! Suneo4te Sfiectat 516 N. Main ) Fremont Hours: M-F 9:30-5:30, Thurs. 9:30-7:00, Sat. 9:00-4:00 CALENDAR Today FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH youth dub meeting, 4:30-7.30 pm., 1550 N. Broad St Children in grades K-8 welcome. TOPS 625 weigh in, 6 45 p.m., Plaza Lanes, 520 W. 23rd St. AWANA, 6 45-8'45 pm., Fremont Alliance Church, 16th Street and Lincoln Avenue. This Is for children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Free transportation is provided. Call 721-5180 ANOREXIABUUMIA SUPPORT GROUP meeting, 7 p.m., Keene Memorial Library, east building, 1030 N. Broad St. For more information call 721-3660. SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT, 7-9 pm.. Domestic AbuseSexual Assault Crisis Center, 321 E. Military Ave. For women who have been or are being abused. No charge. KIDS KLUB meeting, 7-8 p.m., First Baptist Church, 5th and C streets. For 3-year-olds through sixth graders. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS meeting, 7:30 p.m., St. James' Episcopal Church, Fifth and D streets. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meeting, 7.30 p.m., 809 S. Broad Si AMERICAN LEGION POST 20 meeting, 7:30 pm., Fremont Veterans Club, 750 N. Clarmar Ave. Thursday WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN CLINIC, 8.30 a m. to 4 30 p.m., 626 N, D St. DODGE COUNTY DISASTER COMMITTEE, 10 a.m., Rawhide room, Memorial Hospital Health Education Center, 2340 N. Clarkson St. Bergans new gym addition almost finished BY CINDY HADISH Staff Writer Archbishop Bergan Junior-Senior High Schools gym addition should be completed by the end of the month. Superintendent Gary Schmidt said at Tuesdays Board of Education meeting. Ground-breaking for the addition, located on the Third Street side of the school, began in Sep- tember, Schmidt said. The mechanics of the structure should be done by April 1, he said. Finishing touches will be added at that point. The actual size of the schools gymnasium has not been increased. On the ground level, a mens coaches office, weight room, storeroom, and custodial closet are near completion. A stairway leading to the second floor was poured on Tuesday. . The upstairs will consist of a wrestling room, womens coaches office, girls locker room, custodial closet, whirlpool and dressing area. - . - This really gives us the room that we need, especially with the weight room, Schmidt, said. Weight equipment is currently kept on the stage area in the gymnasium. . A rubberized floor covering has been selected for the weight room, . - -.It wont tear, he said. ' The projected total cost of the project is about $250,000, Bergan Principal Randy Eikmeier said. About $147,000 has been spent so far. The project is funded entirely by private donations and Bergan booster clubs. An open house for the completed gym addition will probably take place next fall, Schmidt said. Down $ale Values to $98 i

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