The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 4, 1977 · Page 30
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 30

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, December 4, 1977
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4C December 4. 1977, Sunday Journal and Star ^Saturday report NETS activation deferred Activation of the Nebraska Electronic Transfer System, the computer network for bank transactions, has been delayed until mid- or late January. Spokesmen said tests will continue until then One of the processing bank’s computers went down during a late November test and some telephone lines linking the network between Omaha and Lincoln were out of order several hours. Free service vanishing State Federal Savings of Beatrice has notified customers that its bill-paying service no longer will be free Beginning Jan I, each Tele-Pay account will get one free transaction for each $100 of the lowest balance for that month Each additional transaction will cost 15 cents. State Federal explained that the firm's “ability to absorb the postage and processing costs depends on the amount of cash Tele-Pay users have on deposit. But customers soon will be allowed to authorize postdated and automatic payments Referendum transfer forbidden Nebraska Attorney General Paul Douglas says the Nebraska Constitution forbids transfer of a referendum on state school aid from the November 1978 ballot to the May 1978 primary election ballot. Neligh Sen, John DeCamp had said 40 senators could vote to reschedule the issue for the primary election Douglas said the constitution specifies that referendum issues must be submitted to voters at the first general election at least 30 days after a successful petition is filed. Corporations await sentencing On Dec. 9, Lancaster County Judge Robert Camp will sentence two corporations found guilty of obscenity charges by a six-member jury Friday afternoon. Tara Enterprises Inc of Cedar Rapids. Iowa, was found guilty on five counts of selling obscene magazines in Lincoln and 14 counts of exhibiting obscene 8mm films. The firm was found innocent on two counts of exhibiting 16mm movies. Tara was codefendant on those two charges with Zachary Productions Ltd , which was found guilty Tara, which operates the Adult Book and Cinema Store at 921 0 St., and Zachary, which operates the Cinema X adult theater at the same location, face fines of up to $1,000 on each amount Defense counsel has given notice of intent to file a district court appeal. LT&T seeks OK on new fee« Proposed rates for new kinds of telephone service have been submitted to the Public Service Commission by Lincoln Telephone & Telegraph Co LT&T wants to charge Lincoln subscribers $1.50 monthly for speed calling, three-way calling, call forwarding, call waiting and line-busy call diversion A $2 50 installation charge is proposed for each Speed calling allows customers to dial two or three digits instead of seven to reach options of eight or 30 other numbers. Call forwarding transfers calls to another number. The line- busy call diversion transfers calls to another number when the line is busy, and with the call-waiting option, a light signals when another party is trying to reach a caller using the phone. LT&T wants to offer any three options, except 30- number speed calling, for $3 75 monthly or any four at $5 monthly, plus $5 for installation. Private Ayr rites set for Sophia DeMuth, 111 AYR (AP) — Mrs Sophia M. DeMuth, who at 111 lived longer than almost any other Nebraskan, died Friday at her home northeast of Ayr. Mrs. DeMuth, born June 30, 1866, at St Joseph, Mo., had lived on the same farm since 1907 She often related that she was an acquaintance of Jesse James, who lived two blocks from her home m St Joseph She remembered when James was shot and killed in 1882, when she was 16 She went to California and worked in a shirt factory during the Spanish-American War She said she turned out three dozen shirts a day and received a salary of $11 a week Mrs DeMuth was married in 1899 She and her husband, Oliver, lived at Toulon, 111, and in North Dakota before moving to the Ayr vicinity. He was a farmer and cattleman and died in 1965 at the age of 101. Survivors include three daughters, Jennie, who lived with her mother; Mrs Emma Hunter of Hastings and Mrs A f Plug in top %• !) performance, tttltl Brandéis we care about you Marie Fulkerson of St Joseph; a son, Joseph, of Ayr, and four grandchildren Private graveside services are scheduled Monday at Blue Valley Cemetery near Ayr. Group collects grain to ship to Vietnam poor CHAPPELL (UPI) - Officials of the Community Hunger Appeal of Church World Service are collecting wheat at the Chappell Co-op elevator for shipment to Vietnam. A spokesman for the group, John Cutler of Lincoln, said the goal is to collect 40,000 bushels of wheat plus money to pay shipping costs. Cutler said no opposition to the wheat drive has been received by the group “Most Americans realize the drive is aimed at helping people, whether we agree with their governments or not,” Cutler said. 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