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Drake, Plattsmouth, Neb., (70 in 55), $34.50 John C. Mefferd, Dunlap, (69 in 55), $34.50 Shawna L. Summers, Harlan, (40 in 25), $34.50 Margaret E. Fairchild, Denison, (69 in 55), $34.50 Linda A. Gross, Harlan, (69 in 55), $34.50 Joshua W. Willis, Cherokee, (68 in 55), $34.50 Brenda S. Fox, Shelby, (70 in 55), $34.50 Roy E. Lawson, Ida Grove, (69 in 55), $34.50 Curt L. Sahl, Ida Grove, (70 in 55), $34.50 Mark A. Boheman, Perry, (70 in 55), $34.50 Jeffery L. Hamling, Council Bluffs, (67 in 55), $34.50 Paul Ferrone, Ankeny, (65 in 55), $23 Charles L. Obmcht, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Bette J. Cochran, Omaha, (65 in 55), $23 Paul E. Jones, Ankeny, (65 in 55), $23 Robert S. Erbele, Lehr, N.D., (65 in 55), $23 Philip W. Cassil, Jamestown, Me., (65 in 55), $23 Stanley A. Slaven, Portsmouth, (65 in 55), $23 Teresa L. Fastrow, Kansas City, (65 in 55), $23 John R. McKeighan, Logan, (65 in 55), $23 Mark J. Lehan, Minden, (65 in 55), $23 Clark J. Meyer, Des Moines, (65 in 55), $23 Jackie L. Cooper, Sutherland, (65 in 55), $23 Add'! Magistrate Court Fines (not including $8, $10 or $15 court costs per citation) SEAT BELT VIOLATION Ryan L. Pearson, Harlan, $11.50 Scott A. Arkfeld, Defiance, $11.50 Paul E. Jones, Ankeny, $11.50 Kathy A. Houston, Walnut, $11.50 Scott E. Plagman, Harlan, $11.50 Dexter A. Schroeder, Harlan, $11.50 Dennis E. Newlin, Harlan, $11.50 TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS Kathy A Houston, Walnut, studded tires, $11.50 Angela M. Ahrenholtz, Kirkman, failure to maintain control, $34.50 Roy A. Beauchamp, Harlan, failure to maintain control, $34.50 Warren P. Kolb, Harlan, pied guilty August 7 to OWl and received a deferred judgement of one year in jail Richard J. Finken, Olathe, Kan., pied guilty August 8 to OWl, second offense. He was Freed $1,000 plus costs. TRUCKING VIOLATIONS Charles D. Wilder, Delight, Ark., improper carrier identification and fuel violation, $28.75 Steven M. Graham, Shenandoah, air leak and exceeding the weight limit, $55.20 Robert C. Farmer, St. Joseph, Me., improper carrier identification, $17.25 Val J. Johannsen, Harlan, exceeding weight limit, 26.45 Small Claims Court DISMISSALS David Stessman, Defiance, vs. Dean Miles, Harlan, for $232.02 for services rendered. JUDGMENTS FOR Jacobs Corporation, Harlan, vs. B&S Construction, Sanborn, for $1,093.78 plus $32.28 costs for services rendered. Harlan Municipal Utilities, Harlan, vs. Fred Messinger, Harlan, for $636.56 plus $34.80 for services rendered. United Building Centers, Atlantic, vs. Mark Olson, Harlan, for $1,072.21 plus $29.50 costs for services rendered. Small Claims Court - New Cases Walnut Telephone Co, Inc. Walnut, vs. Harlan Contracting Co., Harlan, for $118.56 for services rendered. Schechinger Seed Company, Harlan, vs. Arlin Jensen, Harlan, for $540.09 for services rendered. Moran' Draperies, Harlan, vs. Sande Gerdrolis, Harlan, for $674.35 for services rendered. 'i::::::;''-" ".y;';'.', .,: .: ..- .-. Former Farm Service board member dies Edgar Wahling, 76, Shelby, died Saturday, August 5 at the Jennie Edmundson Hospital in Council Bluffs. Wahling was most noted for his 27-year service on the Farm Service Company's Board of Trustees, and he also served on the Farmers Savings Bank board, the Shelby Medical Center board and the Shelby County Rural Water district board. Wahling received the S.C.O. Community Achievement Award and in 1948, he was a delegate to the first Watershed Congress in the United States. SCttOLARSHIP Edgar Wahlinq iii i ( MAGISTRATE COURT 1 William Early, presiding CHECK CHARGE -- Debbie Ransom, Irwin, pied guilty August 8 to fifth-degree theft. She was freed $25, $20 costs and $3.75 tax, and ordered to make $23 restitution to Casey's, Harlan. ALCOHOL CHARGES -- Jarod D. Juelsgaard, Elk Horn, pied guilty to charges of providing alcohol to a minor and public intoxication August 7. He was sentenced to serve a total of three days in jail and pay court costs. SHOPLIFTING -- Vernon P. Blum, Harlan, pled guilty August 8 to shoplifting in connection with an incident at the SupcrVa/u store in Harlan. He was fined $25, $20 costs and $3.75 tax. District Court MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION - ordered the dissolution of marriage of Edwin J. Newcomb and Carol S. Newcomb, addresses not given. FEES CLAIM - Thomas R. Eller, Denison, made a claim for attorney fees totaling $135 with regard to a revocation of probation case. CHILD SUPPORT - ordered Karen C. Baughma, Harlan, to pay an additional sum of $50 per month as reimbursement for delinquent child support totalling $1,1300 as of July 31, 1989. District Court - New Cases Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., West Des Moines, vs. Larry L. and Judith J. Knudsen, and the Farmers Savings Bank of Irwin for mortgage foreclosure. Fire destroys garage at Obrecht's JACKSONVILLE - An early morning fire on Thurs., Aug. 10 destroyed a free- standing garage at the Charles Obrecht farm, 8 miles east of Harlan. The Harlan Fire Dept. was called to the fire at 4:45 a.m. and found the building con- sumed in flames. Fire Chief Tom Ouren said the fire dept.'s main concern was that the fire not spread to adjoining build- ings, but quick response by the fire team and the lack of wind prevented aqy damage to other buildings. Destroyed ha the fire were tires and assorted household and farm related items. Irwin man injured in water accident DES MOINES Steve Hodne, 38, Irwin, was injured in a swimming accident on Monday, August 7 at Saylorville Reservoir, north of Des Moines. Hodne was with his brother, Doug, and other former Irwin residents, boating on the the lake. As the boat pulled to shore in the rough waters, Hodne was preparing to dive in and according to his father, Selmer Hodne, Steve slipped as he went into the water and struck his head on the bottom ....... Hodne remains in critical condition at Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. .... Area residents recognized Eleanor Benson (middle of top photo) and Mae Pries (middle of bottom photo), both of Irwin, were honored by Governor Terry Branstad May 23 for outstanding volunteer service for senior citizens. On the far right of each picture is Jayne Walke, a representative of the Iowa Dc[mrtmcnt of Elder Affairs. Services were held Tuesday, Ausust 8 at 10:30 a.m. at the Umted Lutheran Church in Shelby with burial following in the Shelby Cemetery. Wahling is survived by his wife, Mada, of Shelby; four sons -- Jon of Columbus, Ohio, and Eugene, Dennis and David, all of ShelbF, Evelyn Ingram, 74 Services are pending at Pauley Funeral Home for Evelyn Ingrain, 74, Defiance, who died Thurs., Aug. 10 at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. She is survived by her has- band Clarea. Students Subscription Rates Yes, for the student going away to school, we have special "school-year" sub- scription rates. Your home- town, county Tribune and News-Advertiser are just like letters from home every week...and are thoroughly enjoyed by students. Both Newspapers to May 15, 1990 s17 (in Iowa or Omaha) $20 outside of Iowa Branstad holds fund-raiser in Harlan Governor Terry Branstad stopped in Harlan as part of a fund-raising effort for his 1990 the picture above, Branstad (left) introduced himself to Earl Boltinghouse (middle) and Martin fund-raiser. Approximately 25 people attended the formal affair, and about $3,000 was raised campaign. Branstad spoke for about an hour, and praised Harlan's economic development efforts. a retum trip to Harlan on September 8 to award the city with a certificate claiming the town as (Community Economic Preparedness Program) community. County landfill ready for waste ch l operating without a permit "They're (Crawford) ex- home." since January because it is cited about getting some- that happenS, Continued from page 1 and the Shelby County Solid Waste Agency have to start work on the first of the items on the plan. Increased legislation Schomhorst said the pas- sage of House File 753 is just one of a series of items the legislature has passed involving the environment. He said it has been a long i4arocess, and this may be the culmination of the whole ordeal. "(House File 753) is just part of an on-going stream of legislation the legislature is passing and has been in- volved in." Schomhorst said it all began approximately 15 years ago when the legis- lature got involved with the landfill issue. Monitoring wells regulating the water at the landfill were installed, and there was even some talk about closing landfills completely. County landfill managers also were required to de- velop plans for reducing waste, and regional coun- cils were constructed to study the same idea. To Schomhorst, this cat and mouse play with the legislature is getting just a little bit out of hand. The rules keep coming, some- times before or right after the previous rules have been implemented. It has gotten to the point where Shelby County has been struggling to keep pace with thing done, but they may have to the on-coming rules, said have to do it all over trash Schornhorst. again," said Schomhorst. Some "We keep doing these "We willjustwait, the recylc studies and they keep "Within six months to a All that changing the rules on us," year, I would like to hax, e thus more said Schomhorst. "We've something available for needed. been operating without a yard waste. We have a As permit since the first of planning consultant now landfill itself, January." who will help with these said it Crawford County -- (unanswered) questions." be them evOa Ahead of the game? aration and Officials in Crawford Landfill's future into play. County already have begun Schomhorst said the end "We're the tedious process of result of the entire waste lose the waste separation by in- separation issue is that it you'll stalling a preliminary plan will cost the consumer things to effective September 1. But morn money, as ,, Schomhorst said Shelby "It's going to cost you rubble, etC., County will wait to find out more money," said horst. from the DNR what needs Schomhorst. "What could will tell. to be done before proceed- happen is people will go for have to addreSs ing with waste separation, a four-separation thing at along." Landfill T" January 1, 1990 -- Strategy for white freezers, etc.) -- No use of plastic foams with flourocarbons July 1, 1990 -- No lead acid batteries -- No waste oil at landfill -- No beverage containers by distributor, etc. at landfill -- City and county ordinances to separate yard wasted from regular waste January 1, 1991 -- No yard waste at landfill July 1, 1991 -- No tires at landfill July 1, 1992 -- Labels must be put on plastic bottles stating resin used January 1, 1994 -- No use of polysterene package Police Report Newmeyer scholarship recipients named Continued from page 1 The scholarship also is designed for both midd!e and low income families. Selection Process The scholarship selec- tion committee is com- posed of 14 to 16 mem- bers. The committee first evaluates all the applica- tions without knowing the names of the applicants. Four to six applicants are selected, and then the names are attached to the applications and are eval- uated again. Two finalists for each scholarship are selected by the selection committee. Those finalists are person- ally interviewed by the committee trustee (Sojka) and he selects the winners for each of the scholar- ships. Once the scholarship winners are selected, they must remain qualified during their higher educa- tion in terms of achieving a good academic record and remaining a full-time stu- dent, and both parents and students must continue to show financial need. -- a 1987 Cadillac driven by According to Joan M. Crees, 52, Harlan, the" Crees sustained $400 damage when it eastbound on and a 1977 Ford driven by turning intO Donna R. Weis, 40, Harlan, the same collided in the 1100 block of vehicle was Willow Street July 28. the street collided. [ Editorial nc Street crews keep Harlan 'looking good' A special thanks should go to the crews for their efforts following the weekend. Those who managed to carry to the curb got a special delivery to the the street crews. They also helped those on the street curb and around Almost like a snow storm effort, the Jumped Into action. Thanks, uys, you