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Fairbury Journal News (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Fairbury, NebraskaTwo sections a 22 pages a plus jew real t v pc it cd c n for \. Ave Telephone 729-6141 a two issues each week tuesday and Friday 516 fifth Street single copy 35� 94th year Fairbury Jefferson county Nebraska 68352 Friday May 11, 1990 number 12to hold open House �?�7 patrons of the Fairbury swimming Pool will get a Chance to see first hand the condition of the Pool during an open House this sunday from 1-3 . Built in 1953, the Pool is starting to show its age with bad plumbing cracked Cement and a sunken deck said Gary Liesenfeld Park director. Fairbury citizens will get a Chance to vote May 15 on proposition 1. The proposition includes a Bond for $300,000 for the purpose of renovations to the existing swimming Pool facilities. Battling misconceptions Fay Denise Pahl journal news staff drugs done to exist in Small towns. Drug use Isnit As widespread As everyone is led to believe. Its easy to solve drug problems people should just quit using them. Agreeing with these comments could prove disastrous especially to parents who Are not open to seeing probable drug abuse in their children. In an Ideal situation if there is one where drugs Are concerned a Young adult stops at the experimental stage after he Realises the serious effects drugs cause. This situation does no to always happen that Way like family sitcoms on television. A child does no to always go for help and then live happily Ever after. The facts Are kids even in Small communities Are hooked on a Lurf Lvpl in a drugs. Slipping their hand and saying a no does no to solve the problem when a child is physically and emotionally dependent on drugs. Leslie Manes Counselor at Blue Valley mental health said in fair Bury her office is the primary source that deals with intervention and treatment of the prob Manes said she does individual group and family counselling education groups court referrals and work in the diversion program for people who Are charged with mip or Dpi. For persons who need More in depth treatment help can be sought at the Beatrice office of by my in the form of outpatient treatment which is clinical treatment from a Hospital without being the Beatrice office offers a partial care program Manee said. A a it a similar to inpatient care but done As outpatient treatment a Mim said. Manes said the program involves seven weeks of meetings held three times a week for four hours each. After that time period the person is advised to spend three hours a week in a care group or support group. In patient care Means a person actually lives in a facility for a specific amount of time usually for 30 Days Manes said. Inpatient facilities in the area include Eppley treatment Center in Beatrice and Lincoln Valley Hope in of Neill and Norton kan., heating a regional Center the Independence Center in Lincoln and St Joseph Center in Omaha to name a few Manes said. Manes recommends for All re covering persons alter treatment to attend group meetings. A they give support to each other help other Deal with Frh problem Quot said. Support groups do exist in fair Bury alcoholics Anonymous a for the alcoholic and alcohol pcs Anonymous Al anon for Lankila members of the Lmh Nlle a and Al anon meetings Are held every ties it 8 pan. In the North Wing of the Grace lutheran Church located at 11th and g streets. A new open meeting for people interested in a is held every thursday at 8 pan. At Pinecrest apartments. Family members of people with alcohol or drug problems swe can Benefit from counselling Manee said. A co dependency group is held in Beatrice. This group is designed for families who ave with a drug dependent person in their family. For example a spouse Parent or child of an alcoholic my Benefit from these meetings. Manes said it is important for the non addictive family to receive help Becali suffer from addiction everything ready for primary election the primary election May 15 is fast approaching. Voters will get a Chance to vote for local county and state officials. The following is a list of candidates that will be named on the ballot commissioner a District 1 a Melvin Nespor and Lyle Graff democrats and Marvin Moerer and James Weichel republicans. Commissioner a District 3 a Ivan Zimmerman Republican incumbent and Fred Holtz Democrat. Clerk a Sandra Stelling Republican incumbent. Treasurer a Alice fall Nelson Democrat incumbent and Leroy Bast Republican. Assessor a Irene Hunsberger Republican incumbent. Clerk of the District court a Katherine Young Republican incumbent and Mary Banahan Democrat. Sheriff a Rex Southwick Republican incumbent and Darrell Feeney Democrat. Attorney a Joseph Casson Republican incumbent. Superintendent of schools a Dale Mooberry incumbent. Village of Day Kin 3 a none. Village of Diller 2 a Laverne Engleman and Roger Shinn incumbents. Village of Endicott 2 a Dale Swartz and Iven Giggle incumbents and Corrine Hasse and Lyle Hasse. Village of Harbine 2 a Henry Bangert incumbent. Village of Jansen 3 a Jeffrey Smith and Arthur Smith incumbents and Janet Grummert. Village of Plymouth 2 a Dennis Headrick incumbent and Dallas Christ. Village of Reynolds 2 a none. Village of Steele City 2 a none. Weed control Board 2 a Roscoe Beachler and Carl Schoen Rock incumbents and Elmer Dux and Gordon Engelman. School District 7 Endicott a Daniel Swett and Marla Furrow. School District 8 Fairbury 3 a James Maschmann and Kitty Deboer incumbents Jimmy she Pek Douglas Shultz Marilyn Epp Randy Welsch Michael Steele Gary Liesenfeld Ella Mae Hurlburt Colleen Fruhwirth and Gayle Durfee. School District 103 Diller a Daryl Holle incumbent and in no Sasse. School District 300 tri county a David Pohlmann incumbent Ward 1 Robert Esau incumbent Ward 3 and Bonnie Muller and Bruce Bart Ling Ward 4. School District 303 Meridian a Kathy Heidemann incumbent Laird Bartels and Larry Cor die. Fairbury City Council a Ward 1 a Christopher Goeking James Price and Don Aken. Fairbury City Council a Ward 2 a Charles Shellhase incumbent. Fairbury City Council a Ward 3 a Harley Brown and Wayne Paap. Fairbury City Council a Ward 4 a Dan Stanton incumbent. Airport authority a none. Also filed Are delegates for the Republican and democratic county convention. Republican delegates Are Eureka precinct a David Endorf. Lincoln Meridian precinct a Martha Bauer. Endicott precinct a Kennith Swett. Fairbury a Ward 2 a or. . Schwab. Fairbury a Ward 3 a Irene Smalldon. Delegates filed for the democratic convention include Plymouth precinct a Jane Nider. Gibson precinct a Joanne Frey. Washington precinct a Orlynn Heidemann. Lin Coin Meridian precinct a Helen Labass and Elnora hell Busch. Eureka precinct a Vernon Haake and Norma Haake. Richland precinct a Irene Blo Baum. Creek precinct a Linda Ebke. Buckley precinct a Harlene Hellbusch and Marjorie Gregory. Endicott precinct a Lyle Graff. Newton precinct a Lynn Banahan. Fairbury a Ward 1 a Judith Kluge Geneva Schoenrock Carl Schoenrock and Todd Liesenfeld. Fairbury a Ward 2 red Svajgr Agnes Brenn and Ruth me Kins try. Fairbury a Ward 3 a Charles Shultz. The following candidates Are for directors of the Little Blue natural resources District sub District 1 a Alan Plantz and Pat Danehey. Sub District 2 a none. Sub District 3 a Mark a Bosle and Randon Parks. Sub District 4 a Robert Yost. Sub District 5 a Leland Ost Diek and George Ferebee. Sub District 6 a Don Williams. Sub District 7 a Joe her got t. Sub District 8 a Patricia Mccord e Idean Banahan Gene Thomas and Craig Shumard. Director at Large a Dale Snow and Ronald Starr. Candidates that Are running for directors of lower big Blue natural resource District Are sub District 2 a Wilmer Schlake. Sub District 3 a Richard Jiskra. Director at Large a Norman stroke Brand and Andrew Schultz. Three candidates Are running for Southeast Community Board of governors. First District a Bill White Joy Gaston and Russell Roether. For director of Nebraska Public Power District in subdivision 8 is Gwen Cooper. In the Field of legislature districts the candidates Are District 30 a Paul Korslund George Bill Burrows and Dennis Byars. District 32 a Debra Molthan and George Coordsen. Regarding state candidates running for offices in both the Republican and Democrat races Are United states senator a Hal Daub and Otis Glebe republicans and j. J. Exon Democrat. Representative in Congress a Doug Bereuter republicans and Marlin Richard pals and Larry Hall democrats. Governor a Kay Orr and Mort Sullivan republicans and Robb Nimic Bill Hoppner Bill Harris Mike Boyle Ben Nelson Don Eret and Robert Prokop democrats. Lieutenant governor a Jack Maddux and Roy Brettmann republicans and Keith Edquist Steve Wiitala Maxine Moul Gary Rogge and Ken Michaelis democrats. Secretary of state a Allen Beermann Republican and Nancy sue Hansen Democrat. Auditor of Public accounts a Ray Johnson Republican and John Breslow Democrat. State treasurer a Frank Marsh Republican and Dawn Rockey Democrat. Attorney general a Don Sten Berg Mike Heavican and John Decamp republicans and Gene Crump and Allan Eurek up battling the elements As Well As their competitors on wednesday area athletes including Brenda Vitosh of Diller competed in the class d District track meet at tri county. Vitosh tried to stay warm and dry prior to running the 100-meter dash while hearing some encouraging words from her Mother Marcy. Journal news photo by Jane White pm to

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