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Fairbury Journal News (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Fairbury, NebraskaFairbury journal news a Friday May 11,1990 p age three thanks to the City of Fairbury Tabitha inc. Received a loan which will cover a Large portion of the Cost of a new elevator installed at Pinecrest apartments. Blue Valley Community action is serving As administrator of the loan. Pictured Are tim Zikmund Boca staff member mayor Lewis Mason at Sward Tabitha inc. President and Steve Peregrine housing consultant for the Nebraska department of economic development. Tabitha City sign note by Denise Pahl journal news staff lending a helping hand by lending Money to Tabitha inc. Is what the City of Fairbury has done. The promissory note was signed May 8 by mayor Lewis Mason and a1 Sward Tabitha president. Stated in the note Tabitha inc. Promises to pay the City of Fairbury the principal sum of $48,000 Over the term of five years at an interest rate of 4 percent. Sward said the Money is designated to pay for a newly installed elevator at pinecre3t apartments. Construction has come a Long Way despite some hurdles. Sward said construction has taken longer Opportunity knocks the Knock of Opportunity will soon be sounding on doors across Southeast Nebraska a another Opportunity to answer the 1990 census. Beginning this week hundreds of census takers begin door to door visits to households that were supposed to mail Back a questionnaire but did not. In the Southeast Nebraska census District about 74 percent of the households expected to mail Back their questionnaires have done so. The door to door follow up Campaign gives residents another Chance to participate in census �?T90. Census takers have already been going door to door in student neighbourhoods of College towns before final exams and in Rural areas where residents were asked to hold onto their questionnaires until census workers picked them up. Census takers Wear red White and Blue identification tags and carry portfolios striped in red White and Blue and marked . Census 1990.�?� be completing census questionnaires for the houses they visit. If people have not seen a census questionnaire or have not been contacted by a census taker by the end of May they May Call the 1990 census Lincoln District office at 402 434-2150. When the census Opportunity comes knocking please open the door and answer the questionnaire. Personal answers Are kept absolutely confidential answering the census gives everyone an equal voice in government and ensures Southeast Nebraska its fair share of Federal funding for Many important vital Community services and programs. Management seminar the safety Council of Nebraska inc., the Nebraska Industrial Council on environment Nice and the Nebraska department of environmental control Are sponsoring a seminar on a environmental the two Day course will be offered on May 15 and 16, at the Nebraska Center for continuing education 33rd amp Holdrege streets Lincoln. Day one will begin with registration at 7 45 . And introduction to hazardous waste management at 8 15. Day two will kick things off with registration at 7 30 . Followed by the first presentation of the Day dealing with Legal aspects at 8 . Other topics covered during the two Day seminar will be new disposal techniques automated cerebrovascular disease or stroke was the third leading cause of death in Nebraska during 1988, according to the report on vital statistics from the Nebraska department of health accounting for almost 8 percent of Nebraska deaths. Compliance Landfill bans and waste minimization. For More information Contact the safety Council of Nebraska inc., at 402 483-2511. Nice sturdy potted Tomato plants 29 each Sims greenhouse 308 w. Fourth St. Fairbury 729-3728 swapper tractor Sale a 12 he Briggs a 33" deck a headlights e As Low As 84s ask about snap credit easy buying 2106 n. Sixth St. Beatrice. Neb. Pm. 228-3494 Garbers snapper Highway 136 East Fairbury neb. Pm. 729-2294 than expected because fire codes have changed so much since Tabitha first purchased the building and there has been a lot of repair work done. A substantial changes in the fire codes required doing More work than we anticipated a Sward said. On the ground floor Granny a Kitchen and two conference rooms Are completed Sward said. However renovation on a Western Wing on the ground floor has not been started yet. Regarding the first floor Sward said approximately five apartments Are rented and on the second floor about four apartments Are occupied. Sward said trim work needs to be done on two apartments and carpet needs to be Laid on the third floor. Also an inspection by the fire Marshall needs to be done Sward said. A two or three apartments on the third floor Are already spoken for a Sward said. Garages May also be available to Pinecrest dwellers. Sward said he was going to talk with local contractors earlier in the week to see about building the first unit of garages. A space for a Beauty shop has yet to be rented Sward said. The former Southeast Community College dormitory has come a Long Way since the Fairbury Campus closed in april 1986. The residential apartments at Pinecrest Are designed for Middle income retired people who done to require constant or extensive medical assistance. Meeting set the Spring meeting of Tyi county music boosters will be May 17 at 7 . In the music room at tri county. There will be an election of officers. Membership in the Tyi county music boosters includes any parents with children in band a Elfedes 5 through 12 and or children it vocal music grades 6 through 12. There Are some pictures and negatives of the band from 1983-1985. These will be at the meeting. If anyone would he to have them come to the meeting or Contact music Booster president Debra Harrington 433-4461. Two demos would be Saline commissioner there a a Scarcity of candidates for Saline county nominations in primary voting. Only decision to be made tuesday is the democratic nominee for county commissioner in District no. 1, Between Norman j. Endorf and Willard m. Reznyk. Kenneth Kreshel is the Lone Republican candidate. There wont be Many contests at the general election either unless write in totals qualify. It appears the Only race will be for county attorney with Steven j. Ressdorf Republican and James Buhrmann Democrat unopposed tuesday. Other positions Are thus far sought by Only one party or the other. There Are races for two town boards. For three places at de Witt the ballot lists Randall bad Man Dorothy Mahloch Garry d. Mcintosh and Max a. Nickel at Western for three places candidates Are Leo Bunton Gerald d. Kotas Thomas f. Murphy and Layne a. Schelbitzki. Swan ton and Tobias ballots list three for three Swan ton a Thomas d. Bass Gilbert h. Krajnik or. And Randy l. Strouf Tobias a Martin Bartels Gary Kastanek and Robert l. Sykes. Holds match the Seward county Kennel club held their first american Kennel club sanctioned a of match recently at the Fairgrounds Pavilion at Seward county Fairgrounds. Judge Angie Coleman of Lincoln chose Carrie Nolte of Fairbury handling a samoyed Sassy sam�?T8 Hotshot Lover Bear As Best Junior handler. Another award presented was Best of Breed working group iii to samoyed Sassy same a Hotshot Lover Bear owned by Vicki Nolte of Fairbury. Did you know. An estimated 7.5 million children and adolescents Are in need of mental health services. Three million suffer from serious emotional problems. Vote for x Norman Endorf democratic candidate for Saline county commissioner District i dependable paid for by Norman Endorf Tobias 12p Mark your Calendar now to save $5.00 with Pix 23-piece portrait special now Only $9.95 re$14 95 includes 12 mind prints. Special includes one 8x10, two 5x7 s and eight Matching Wallet sized portraits from one pose of your Choice in the finished portrait envelope plus 12 mini prints. With this Coupon Only. $2 of a la Tang Ftp Ramon Manl int our a Etc ton Lum i of v let a owl Wei any powr Olfer in Mil Coupon >1 to my of Umof Ubibi i iii Ouay Ivi a if of Mmcue mtr Muki hoi a a Cwm. Hgt pm Mil motor cd Etta 10 .-2 . And 3-7 . Friday and saturday May 18 and 19 9 .-1 . And 2-4 30 . One a comm per mid cd i Vaud Uit in pm Awn retire hons my apply Cash value 1/20 of one a in allow t week for delivery portraits from a Penney want to buy Antiques and collectables one item of furniture or a House full also buying quilts crocks clocks and toys of All Ages and condition 729-5664 4,120 Korslund for legislature election night party Public invited eagles club a Beatrice 8 . Paid for by Kora Imd for legislature Bax 943, Beatrice be 68310 12 come swing into Spring with us at Lavois House of Beauty 403 d St. 729-3863 Dee Stur tuesday and saturday Vicky Wilson Parry a wednesday thursday and Friday Leann Lottman a wednesday and Friday thursday by appointment 12-13 vote for i Douglas e. Shultz school Board District 6 a Fairbury native and product of school District 8 a interested in Fairbury and its future generations a will work for Quality education for our children paid a by candidate 11-12 elect Leroy Republican candidate for Jefferson county treasurer i believe in hard work accuracy and Friendly personalized service honest a efficient government raid for by Bast a comity treasurer committee Varn Sham Burg treasurer while the local theater is not in operation due to remodelling you can enjoy the finest movies subscribe to one of the movie channels available on Cable Slon Hob Showtime the Disney Channel now through May 25 you can install any of these channels for Only a Coo phone 729-6494 now and enjoy movies again can Evision 506 c St. More than ust television Fairbury 729-64t4

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