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i Page A3 Fremont Tribune Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1991 Council to reconsider request for rail spurs r I Eveland: Spurs needed to store museum cars BY DRU FRYKBERG Staff Writer A national railway historial societys request to build two railroad spurs to store train car and load passengers will be reconsidered by the Fremont City Council Wednesday. No residents living near 1835 N. Somers Ave., the site of the proposed spurs, attended a public hearing 'Saturday. The hearing was scheduled to get public input on the proposal by the Eastern Nebraska Chapter .of National Railway Historical Society. It points to me, hopefully, that weve been a good neighbor and the neighborhood is not concerned about what weve been needing to do to survive, said Bruce Eveland, manager of the Fremont & Elkhom Valley Railroad. Eveland said two spurs are needed to store museum train Man pleads guilty to drug possession BY DEREK UPSON Staff Writer A 24-year-old Fremont man, who admitted violating his probation and who pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, faces up to 10 years in prison andor a $20,000 fine. Kent Hartung, 1820 E. 19th St., on Monday admitted allegations he violated four terms of his Dodge County District Court probation. Hartung had been placed on probation for three years after pleading guilty to a Class IV felony theft charge in 1988. He also pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, a Class IV felony charge stemming from a Dec. 1 incident. That incident also led to the revocation of his probation. The motion alleged that Hartung was arrested on Dec. 1 for drunken driving, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Additional terms of the probation included not using alcohol or drugs, obtaining a high school diploma or GED and completion of a chemical education class. Tests taken by police after Hartungs arrest on Dec. 1 indicated alcohol, cocaine and marijuana were present in his system, officials said. District Judge Mark Fuhrman ordered a presentence investigation and scheduled sentencing for Feb. 25. On the possession of cocaine charges, sentencing is also set for Feb. 25. On each of the Class IV DISTRICT COURT felony charges, Hartung faces up to 5 years in jail andor a $10,000 fine. Also Monday, Fuhrman accepted a guilty plea from an Arlington man charged with the theft of a 1978 Pontiac Firebird. Gary Townsend, 18, allegedly duplicated the keys to the vehicle during a test drive and stole the vehicle on Dec. 4. Townsend and two missing juveniles appeared later in Los Angeles. The two juveniles, ages 15 and 16 of Omaha and Arlington, turned themselves in to the Los Angeles County Sheriffs office and Fremont authorities were contacted on Dec. 7, Fre-Police Department Dete-Sgt. Greg Chamberlain CALENDAR Today TOPS 387 meeting, 6 pm., Memonal Hospital of Dodge County's Health Education Center, 2340 N. Clarkson St. Weigh-in is 5.30-6 p m. TOPS 68 meeting, 7 p.m., St. Timothy Lutheran Church, 538 W. 16th St. MEN'S GROUP meeting. 7-9 p.m.. Domestic Abuse Sexual Assault Cnsis Center, 321 E. Military Ave. Cost is $4 per wb&K. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council 1497 officers and directors meeting, 7.30 p.m., KC room of St. Patnck's parish. FREMONT CITY COUNCIL meeting, 7 30 pm., city council chambers at city hall, 725 N. Park Ave. DIABETES ASSOCIATION meeting, 7.-30 pm.. Rawhide room, Memorial Hospital Health Education Center, 2340 N. Clark son St. Nancy Scheer, registered physical therapist, w9l discuss Exercise and Dta-betes." FREMONT DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB competition, 7:30 p.m.. Fremont Family YMCA, 810 N. Lincoln Ave. AA YOUNG PEOPLES' group, 8 p m. at west door of Presbyterian Church, Linden Street and Nye Avenue. AL-ANON AND ALATEEN meeting, 8 p.m., 136 N. Main St. Wednesday WEIGHT WATCHERS meeting. 10 am.. St. Timothy Lutheran Church, 538 W. 16th St. Weigh-in is at 9 a.m. SERTOMA CLUB meeang, noon, Craig's Restaurant, 1624 E. 23rd St cars in an .attempt to better protect them from vandalism and load passengers. The Council recently took action restricting the National Railway Historical Society to one spur to be used solely for loading Fremont Dinner Train customers. There was some concern that old, unsightly train cars would be stored on the second spur, said Fremont City Administrator Jack Sutton, explaining why the council approved only one spur. The Council will meet in study session at 6 p.m., Wednesday at Marions Villa, 330 W. 23rd St., and in regular session at 7:15 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 725 N. Park Ave. In other matters: The Council will vote following the first reading of an amendment to expand a zoning ordinance. The amendment would allow if approved by the Council-, highway commercial districts to expand to house facilities used as light assembly, packaging and storage, and administrative-, and executive offices. The amendment must be ap proved three times before taking effect. The Council will meet as the Board of Equalization to approve assessments for a $6,524 sewer extension project located near 14th and Pebble streets. The project, which was completed last summer, serves three lot owners, one being the city of Fremont. Committee members will also be appointed to select a consultant for the airport expansion project. Plans are to extend the airports runway by crossing U.S. 30. Because federal funds are involved, the city must select a consultant, Sutton said. Also, the Council will approve specifications and grant permission to advertise for the following bids: a one-half ton pickup for the Street Department estimated to cost about $10,500; a street sweeper for the Street Department estimated to cost about $85,000; and a high-pressure respiratory air compressor for the Fire Department - estimated to cost about $13,000. o rt f , f, 0 v A o a n C - ri , j i t - t i , , ' jr- mont ctive said. A presentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set for March 4. In other court action Monday; Michael J. Hall U, 18. 830 W. 10th Sl, was sentenced to two to four years in the State Department of Corrections in Lincoln, to be served consecutively with the time he has left to serve on a previous sentence. Hall was on parole after being sentenced to one to three years on three counts of burglary. Hall was charged in connection with a series of burglaries in December at the Fremont City Auditorium and local laundromats. He pleaded guilty to one count of burlary involving an incident at Plaza Laundromat & Dry Cleaners,-1031 E. 23rd St. Two additional counts of burlary were dismissed as part of a plea agreement. j rr 1 rr, IVT 1 -r?. ; -y '' 4 1 V V v. 'V V' ,N " l:x. v; - .-all -! . v A A 'r t: mr1 r Staff PhotoDennis Grundman Weather antics Channel 3 weatherman Tom Bevacqua gestures during his questions on geography and weather. Those who answered presentation to a first-grade class at Linden Elementary School correctly were applauded and their names were read that night Monday afternoon. Bevacqua challenged the students with on the news. Compact discs, rifles stolen from residence About $2,400 worth of weapons, compact discs, a video cassette recorder and camping gear was reportedly taken from the residence of a Fremont man Sunday night. Richard A. Paycur, 33 W. Fourth $t.t reported someone forcabl entered his home through a door and removed two rifles, a shotgun, a scope, a VCR, a hunting bow, about 90 compact discs, two pillows and al sleeping bag. 1 f Assistant Police Chief Steve Tcllatin said the Fremont Police Department has no leads or suspects in the case. y Police Dan. R. Cyza, 1249 N. Irving St., reported a window was broken on his 1979 Pontiac Sundbird sometime between 8 p.m. Saturday and 2:45 a.m. Sunday. Estimated damage, $100. , Wal-Mart Parking Lot, 2660 E. 23rd DAILY REPORT St., 9:30 p.m. Thursday; vehicles driven by Chris A. Rohwer, 2i, 1150 E. 12th St., and Sarah A. Bronder, 23, 2115 Park Place Drive, collided. Fremont Senior High School north parking lot, 16th Street and Lincoln Avenue, sometime between 8:10 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. Thursday; parked vehicle owned by Marvin and Joan Suhr, 428 W. Third St., was struck by an unknown vehicle. Wal-Mart parking lot, 3:45 p.m. Friday; vehicle . driven by Keith J. McManigal, 34, Route 1,' Ames, struck a parked vehicle owned by Helen L. Pacula, 2210 E. 19th St. ' 805 S. Broad St., 8:07 a.m. Friday; vehicle driven by Phyllis E. Lopez, 42, 106 N. Somers Ave., stuck a parked vehicle owned by Dodge County Motors, 805 S. Broad St. ' Bell Street, North of Military Avenue, 3:30 p.m. Friday; vehicles driven by Christina A. Deyoung, 39, of Craig, Iowa, Gregory T. Cochran, 35, 1450 E. 20th Sl, and Arm M. Mlnarik, 37, 135 S. Clarmar Ave., collided. 23rd Street and Nye Avenue, 6:43 p.m. Thursday; vehicles driven by Bryan J. Parks, 16, Route 2, and Jenna K. Williamsen, 18, of Lincoln, collided. Broad and Washington streets, 7:50 a.m. Friday; vehicle driven by Harold P. Skinner, 51, Route 3, collided with a stop sign. Craig A. Grcunke, 816 Sunset Ave., reported someone dented his car while it was parked in front of 226 North Diive at 12:45 a.m. Tuesday. Estimated damage, $200. 2075 E. 20th St., vehicle driven by Chad Callahan, 15, 2529 E. 20lh St., collided with parked vehicle owned by Daniel L. Show, 2081 E. 20th Sl An employee of Dodge County Motors, 805 S. Broad St., reported a refrigerator was broken into and fish bait was stolen sometime between 1 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. Monday. Estimated loss, $30. Edith Faye Cappcn, 1062 Ohio St., reported the theft of her purse from Memorial Hospital of Dodge County on Friday someumc between 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Estimated loss, $100. Shauna L. Tacner, 1015 N. Pierce Sl, Lot 21, reported the theft of four car stereo speakers between 10:30 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. Monday. Estimated loss, $160. Wilbcrta E. Brakenhoff, 1506 N. Monroe Ave., reported someone took two chairs from her yard sometime between Dec. 2 and Jan. 1. Estimated loss, $200. Rescue Hy-Vee, 4:12 p'.m. Monday; Margaret Thies, 2429 N. Nye Ave., had a medical emergency and was taken to Memorial Hospital of Dodge County. East of Luther Road, and U.S. 275 Bypass, South of Military Avenue, 5:12 p.m. Monday; no assistance needed at three different automobile accidents. 527 N. Logan St., 4:24 a.m. Tuesday; Joe Rizzo, same address, had a medical emergency and was taken to Memorial Hospital. , Fire Military Avenue, East of Luther Road, 5:12 p.m. Monday; assisted squad at automobile accident; no fire. 1245 N. Nye Ave., 5:20 p.m. Monday; automatic alarm sounded; no fire. Fremont Tribune 0 1990, Hometown Coninmmcauois, Inc. 1 35 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 Dlrsctor Jn Brown: Controller News The Fremont Tribune welcomes news bps 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. 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