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Omaha World-Herald from Omaha, Nebraska • 14

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Midlands News 14 OMAHA WORLD HERALD Tuesday October 2 1954 Test May Delay Pedersen Trial COUNCIL BLUS BUREAU The new first degree murder trial of Clarence Dean Pedersen will not begin next week if a request for psychiatric tests is granted attorney last week noti fied the court that an insanity defense would be used and the Pottawattamie County Attorney's Office now wants Pe dersen to be tested at the Iowa State Medical acility at Oakdale Pedersen already has been tested by a psychiatrist secured by his attorney Pedersen 31 was convicted in 1979 of the New Eve 1978 shotgun killing of his brother in law Kent Nelson of Herman Neb at the Pedersen rural Bluffs home The conviction was overturned after the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Peder sen was mentally incompetent to stand trial Check Taken in Robbery Shows Up at Grocery Store A woman tried to buy $273 worth of groceries at Hinky Dinky 7110 Dodge St at 4:30 am Tuesday with a check that had been stolen in an armed rob bery in Dundee Monday night police said When asked for identification the woman left the check and the groceries on the counter and walked out of the store police said The check was taken from Karlyn Kuper 41 of 11818 Mason Plaza in a robbery at Cris Rexall drugstore 5000 Dodge St about 8:14 pm Monday po lice said Within minutes of that robbery po lice said the gunman tried to rob the Dundee Theater 4952 Dodge St Police gave this account: About 8:10 pm a man walked into the drugstore and approached the cash register where a clerk had just rung up a sale to Ms Kuper The man placed a crumpled paper sack on the counter pulled a long bar reled stainless steel revolver and de manded money from the clerk The clerk emptied the cash register and placed the money in the sack The gunman also took Ms Kup purse containing her checkbook credit cards and about $16 in cash At 8:17 pm a man walked into the Dundee Theater pulled out a gun and a sack and demanded money A theater employee said she had no money The man put the gun away said is and fled In both cases the gunman was de scribed as black in his mid 20s about 5 foot 6 and slender police said The man had mustache and beard or goatee and wore a plastic shower cap a dark jacket and striped blue jeans At 8:45 pm Monday police officers stopped a white 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass with a 20 year old man who allegedly matched the description ac cording to police The man was wearing a white show er cap white shirt black pin striped jeans and white tennis shoes police said He was taken by police to the drug store but witnesses were unable to pos itively identify him police said The man was released The woman who tried to cash one of Ms Kuper's checks at the Hinky Dinky store was described as black in her early 20s 5 foot 6 weighing about 130 pounds The woman was accompanied by a man but witnesses were unable to pro vide police with a description of him Ed RathWorld Herald wSI A Couple of Buddies Having a Good Time No unds to ine Assigned In Bid Rigging By David Thompson WORLD HERALD BUREAU Lincoln Missouri Valley Construc tion Co will pay a $18 million bid rig ging fine to the US Treasury during the next two years instead of financing a University of Nebraska chair of ethics US District Judge Warren Ur bom has ruled The penalty is $200000 less than Missouri Valley was fined when Urbom sentenced the company two years ago but it is the maximum a federal appeals court said Urbom could impose The sentencing last week was' the third time Urbom assessed a penalty against Missouri Valley a Peter Kiewit Inc subsidiary for bid rigging 'in 1979 and 1980 After the company pleaded guilty to the charges in 1982 as part of a plea bargain Urbom fined it the maximum of $2 million The company appealed the penalty the 8th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Missouri Valley was entitled to enter a new plea Last year the company again pleaded guilty and in a sentence that drew national attention Urbom placed the company on probation ordered it to pay $1475000 to the University of Ne braska oundation and fined the firm Artist ollows Ribbon of Gold LYNCH 3 Projects Win $4 Million Aid 12 oz SUPER SPECIALS Urban Development Action grant and $300000 in donations from 21 Omaha businesses James Thele the City of former economic development director will serve as executive director of the network Local governments issue industrial development bonds on behalf of busi nesses as a way to promote expansion and create jobs Investors who purchase the bonds have to pay federal and state in come tax on the interest they earn As a result they usually charge a lower in terest rate on the bonds reducing busi borrowing costs and encour aging growth Businesses remain responsible for re paying the principal and interest on the bonds and local governments re sponsible if they default The Douglas County Board voted Tuesday to support $418 million in low interest loans that will help finance three business projects in Omaha The board voted to give final ap proval to a $25 million Industrial Devel opment Act bond issue for Aksarben oods Inc of Omaha The meat pro cessing firm plans to buy land at 92nd and Streets and will construct a 40000 to 50000 square foot building for its operation said attorney Charles Addy The board also approved a $1 million industrial bond issue for United Dis tillers Products Co The firm will use the money to help finance construction of a 30000 square foot addition to its building at 4320 94th St said attorney David Erickson A $680000 bond issue also was ap proved for the Omaha Small Business Network Inc The network will operate the Omaha Business and Technology Center that has been proposed for 24th and Lake Streeets the site of a former Safeway grocery store that will be ren ovated for the project The center is planned as a site for small service or retail outlets and small manufacturing operations Besides the $680000 industrial development bond the center is receiving a $264000 federal LEA TICK COLLARS Sm Lrg $099 PUPPY DOG CAT Duncan Poem eatured By Soprano McCleary A poem written by Harry Duncan head of the University of Nebraska at Omaha ine Arts Press and set to mu sic by American composer Lee Hoiby will be sung in a Sunday recital by so prano Harriet McCleary is one of seven Hoiby works Ms McCleary will include in an 8 pm program at Strauss Per forming Arts Center what 5 year old Brody Kirkpat Brody gets a helping hand from his grandfather Troy Kirk shirt says But a guy can always use another buddy patrick as he tries tightrope walking near 14th and Streets $325000 ederal prosecutors then appealed that penalty contending that the judge could not order payments to a third party the university foundation which was not directly injured by Missouri Valley's illegal conduct The 8th Circuit upheld the prose appeal and said that any penalty that Urbom imposed could not exceed the $18 million total of the latest sen tence Missouri Valley was the first of 17 companies accused of bid rigging in Ne braska part of a national investigation into the practice by highway contrac tors Missouri Valley admitted submitting an intentionally higher bid in 1979 so that another construction company would receive the contract to pave roads in Phelps and Gosper Counties The company also pleaded guilty to collusion with other contractors so it would get the contract to pave a section of US 81 south of Columbus Neb Newspaper Recycling Wednesday's collection of newspapers for re cycling will be in Sector 13 from 72nd Street to 90tn Street between Dodge Street West Dodge Road and Interstate 80 or details call 592 5153 Gering Neb (AP) Scotts Bluff County Sheriff David Schleve says he is certain convicted mass murderer Henry Lee Lucas killed a former Ger ing elementary school teacher in 1978 Lucas confessed to Schleve and Dep uty Jim Lawson in a Texas jail last Thursday that he strangled Stella McLean 45 of Gering the night she disappeared eb 7 1978 Her decap itated body was found in a ditch off Interstate 25 two miles north of Wheat land Wyo on April 15 1978 but it was not positively identified until March 25 1983 The officials spoke with Lu cas 47 last Wednesday and Thursday in Georgetown Texas and Saturday they interviewed convicted murderer Ottis Toole 38 in Tallahassee la Both lawmen said evidence indicates Toole was the scene of the Sentenced to Death Both Lucas and Toole have been sen tenced to death is no doubt in my mind that we have talked to the individuals re sponsible for this senseless Lawson said The Platte County Office in Wheatland may prosecute the pair Schleve said but he added it is doubtful they would ever stand trial in Wyoming because there are about 70 other mur der charges facing them Schleve said Lucas and Toole admitted to 194 mur ders with the victims ranging in age from 4 to 80 iMoments after taking a look at her photograph Lucas admitted to Ne braska authorities that he killed Mrs McLean HAIR and SCALP CLINIC of Omaha New Location 7363 Pacific Suite213 393 2090 Separate Departments for Men and Women HOURS: 10:30 am 7:30 pm Daily Sat 10 am 3 pm Licensed by State of Nebraska Shonko Pharmacy Health Organization In Lincoln to Sell Lincoln (AP) HealthAmerica of Nashville Tenn says it intends to ex ercise its option to purchase HealthA merica of Lincoln and nine other health maintenance organizations it now man ages HealthAmerica said it expected all of the acquisitions to be completed by the end of the year Tom Johnson chairman of the board of HealthAmerica of Lincoln said the development would be big for members of the Lincoln organization this was the anticipated result of our entering into a man agement contract several years Johnson said Monday COUNCIL BLUS BUREAU A Omaha man Monday allegedly poured liquid bleach onto the lap of an Omaha woman who was free on bond awaiting trial on prostitution charges Debra A Prince 25 of 2551 Camden Ave Omaha was released after treat ment at Mercy Hospital Besides bums from the liquid the woman suffered bruises according to a police report William Clay 31 of 3116 Lafayette Ave Omaha was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of assault with intent to inflict serious injury Associate Pottawattamie County District Judge Gordon Abel set bail at $2500 and scheduled Clay for an Oct 10 preliminary hearing According to police reports Ms Prince told officers she was with Clay in a car parked in a lot near 15 35th Street about 9 am Monday The two argued and Clay began striking her with his fists she said She alleged that Clay got out of the side of the car opened the pas senger door struck her again and poured part of a bottle of Clorox into her lap ZENOX LEA TICK SHAMPOO Continued from Page 13 afford not to insult the business There is also a practical reason When working on a window a white shirt reflects the outside light on what He's as meticulous about his ma terials as he is with his dress He said he once drove 700 miles to get a brand of varnish he wanted and an other time went far afield for the fine red sable brushes he uses Time is no factor on the job he said had bankers leave me a key to lock up after I finish late at he said year ago last December I started working on a new entryway for a bank at Moore Okla I began at 3 pm on Dec 23 worked through Christmas and fin ished New He said he began painting at the age of 5 in his hometown of San dusky Mich and had his first paying job his school needed a She told officers that Clay chased her swinging a belt as she ran to the showroom of the nearby Town and Country Auto Center 3501 Broad way An employee there called police the report said The report said Clay was arrested moments later as he walked fppm the Starlite Motel 3320 Broadway Ms Price was one of two Omaha women arrested on prostitution charges Oct 15 by undercover Bluffs police of ficers The County Attorney's Office filed a document last week moving the case from associate district court to district court She is to be arraigned in the higher court Oct 15 on one pimping and one prostitution charge She is free on $3000 bond Liquid Bleach Bums Woman Omahan Charged With Assault Hair Actually Grows A New Concept of Scalp Treatment for scoreboard at 12 His first gold leafing was replac ing a sign on the county office door 60 years ago and followed a ribbon of gold since In a recent television show CBS reporter Charles Kuralt described Parrish as "a legend in his line of and a man who uses a like The show taped while Parrish gold leafed a sign on the window of the irst State Bank of argon Okla was aired Aug 8 It gave scant mention that Parrish lives at Au rora There are people in Aurora who did not realize the star of the Kuralt show was a local resident although his work is displayed at such places as the armers State Bank and rust new drive in facility Gold leafing takes some selling especially in recent years when the price of gold jumped to $860 an ounce now around $345 TUBILEX WORMS HAMSTERGERBIL CAGE INCLUDES WATER BOTTLE 4 A 95 LADDER I WHEEL "When he saw her (picture) he Schleve said Then Lucas gave a detailed accurate description of the events on the night of the crime that matched 40 different pieces of evidence investigators had compiled or example Lucas recalled cor rectly the clothing Mrs McLean wore on the night of her disappearance and drew an accurate map of the murder scene of have had to have been there to ever know about Schleve said On the night of her disappearance Schleve said a car carrying Mrs McLean Lucas Toole and juve nile nephew and niece rank and Becky Powell was driven into Wyom ing and stopped outside of Wheatland on 1 25 Schleve said Lucas told him he killed Mrs McLean in the ditch where her body was found As for a motive Schleve said "Mr Lucas said to me got tired of her so I killed Schleve and Lawson said they are confident Lucas was telling the truth They said they purposely led him as tray at times during questioning but Lucas corrected the decep tive statements Based on the interviews Schleve said Lucas and Toole admitted to killing 10 people in Nebraska Nebraska State Patrol Criminal Divi sion Capt Jim Bumett said authorities believe Lucas and Toole also were re sponsible for the deaths of Brian Lee Byrum a native of Clinton Iowa and Janet Callies of Grand Island HAIR LOSS In June of 1981 the Hair and Scalp Clinic introduced a new concept of treating hair and scalp conditions This treatment' was developed to provide countless thousands ith a new tech nique of judicious use in overcoming disorders of the hair and Comntoroc mmi Ra ku Tn ttrhv imtetA1 crtllrv ox ai i iij 'it io ma i'V i vvvgiiuxu i'i an ivu 1 1 ivu and dandruff flakes True your scalp may be free of these Consultant symptoms since your hair is gone but the chances are you suffered these symptoms while losing your hair This condition creates an obstruction whereby the hair is unable to feed properly and due to this malnutrition the hair falls out prematurely and the scalp is una ble to replace the fallen hair Hair loss is on its way If you have any of these outward symptoms either now or in the past delay or put it off any longer Look in your mirror If your hair is short fine weak or stunted come in for a complete scalp examin ation then you will know once and for all whether you can have a good head of hair again A little time spent now may save a great deal of regret later You'll find this new treatment amazing in many ways It is pleasant and agreeable with no lingering medicated odors NEVER BEORE would anybody lake pictures when you started treatment and follow with periodic pictures thereafter With photographs you see Come in and see actual unretouched photographs of the extraordinary effect of this new scientific discovery and see for yourself the resultsyou can expect to obtain You may obtain a free examination daily from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm Saturday 10 am to 3 pm A courteous receptionist promptly arranges for immediate examination Come in at your own conven ience no appointment necessary Mass Slayer Admits Killing eacher rom Gering Neb 4 If Shopko Pharmacy can save you money on your prescnption needs Our aim is to offer you the lowest prescription prices in Omaha The professionals at Shopko Pharmacy fill orders fast and competently Ask them about the money saving generic equivalents too! 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