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Off-duty officer foils robber
When Francis Schuber walked
into a Walgreen’s and announced that
it was a robbery Saturday evening, he
didn’t realize there was an off-duty
police officer in the store, Lincoln
After Schuber, 35, did not get any
money at Walgreen’s at 17* and South
streets, the officer followed him to a
nearby residence, Capt. A1 Wagner said.
Additional officers were summoned
to the scene, and Schuber was arrested.
Schuber is also charged with two
other weekend robberies: Friday
night at Pizza Hut, 15th and South
streets, and Saturday morning at
Burger King, 2045 South 17* St.
Man arrested for DUI
A DUI arrest led to the discovery
af more than four ounces of marijua
na in a Norfolk man’s car.
When Lincoln Police stopped
Scott Lowry, 37, for a traffic offense
Tuesday, they suspected he had been
driving under the influence, Sgt. Ann
Heermann said.Lowry was arrested,
and police searched his car where
they found 112 grams of suspected
marijuana. Narcotics charges will
likely follow, pending state laborato
Robber still at large
An unsuccessful robbery last
week left the victim bleeding, and the
robber was still at-large Sunday.
At 10:45 p.m. on March 22, a man
was confronted on the 1400 block of
O Street, Heermann said.
The robber threatened the man
with a knife and demanded money.
When the victim said he had no
money, the robber began slashing at
him with his knife.The victim’s hand
was cut when he tried to protect him
self from the attack, and then the rob
ber fled on foot.
The robber is described as a 6
foot-tall black man with a thin build.
He was wearing a dark jacket, jeans
and a stocking cap.
Sales clerk robbed
After closing a store last week, a
shoe sales cleric was forced back inside
at gun point to empty the cash register.
The clerk was confronted after
closing in the parking lot of Payless
ShoeSource, 60th and O streets, at
9:30 p.m. March 21 by a man with a
small, black handgun, Heermann said.
The robber forced the clerk back
inside the store, took the cash and
fled on foot.
The robber was a black man in his
20s, 5 feet 6 inches tall, and about
135 pounds. He was wearing a black
cap, a nylon mask and a black, three
Compiled by Senior Reporter
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contams 50 mg of iniquimod in an ofMvhite oi-aHMer vanishing cream base.
INDICATIONS AND USAGE
Aldara 5% aeam is mdkafcd for the treatment of external genital and perianal wart^oondyfoma acuminata in shifts.
Aldara cream has not been evaluated for the treatment of urethral, intrawagnal, cervical, rectal, or intra-anal human
papaOnma viral disease and is not recommended for these conditions.
Local ddn reactions such as erythema, erosion, excoriadaiVfiaking and edema are common. Should severe local skin
reaoion occur, the aeam should be removed by washing the treatment area with mild soap are) water. Heatment with
Aldara cream can be resumed aficr the skin reaction has subsided There is no clinical experience with Aldara cream
therapy mmediaiety following the treatment of gnutal/perianal watts with other culaneously applied drugs; therefore,
Aldara aeam administration e not recommended unfil genitalfoenanal tissue is healed from any previous drag or
surgical treatment. Aldara has (he potential to exacerbate mflammatory conditians of the skin.
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Patients using Aldara 5% aeam should receive the following information and mstnirtiny Tfc <4W> of Aldara 5%
aeam on the transiuitoion of genitaVpenanal watts is unknown. Aldara 5% aeam may weaken crmdnms and vagmai
diaphragms. Therefore, concurrent use is not recommended.
L This medication is to be used as directed by a pbysiaan ft is for external use only. Eyecnntaa should be avokled
1 The treatment area should not be bandaged or otherwise cmeied or wrapped as to be oedusiwe.
3. Sexual (genital, anal, oral) contact should be awidedwtde the aeam is on the skin.
4. It is recommended that 6-10 hours folk wing Aldara mean application the Irparmonl an-a he wachcH u/vh mild
5. It iscommon for patients to experience local skin reactions such as eiytbemaj erosion, cxcoriahoKtfBakin& and edema
at the site of application or sunxxarding areas. Most skin reactions are mid to moderate. Severe sldn reactions can
occur and should be repotted promptly to the presailing physician.
6. Unarcumased males treating warts under the foreskin should rctraa the foreskin and dean the area daiy.
7. Patients should be aware that new warts may ctaetop during therapy, as Aldara is not a cure
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Rodertt carcmogenrcay data art not avaiahle. Imiquimod was without effect in a seres of eight different mutaeemcrtv
assays mchldmo Amrs mniiv Iumnlwma rVtTI/Anrww^vn* 1-- L >.—j,_' .. 1
SHE ccfl trarahrmatinn, rat and hamster booe manuw cytogenetics, and mouse dominant lethal test Daily oral
atimnft radon of imiquimod to rats, at doses up to 8 times the recommended human dose an a mgAnJ hade
throughout mating, gestation, parturition and lactation, demonstrated no impairment of reproduction.
xregoaajr Category B: There are no adequate and wefl-cootrofled studies in pregnant women imiquimod was not
found to be teratogenic in rat or rabbit teratokjgy studies. In rats at a high matemawtaiic dose (28 times human dose
on a mg/W bass), reduced rwp weights and delayed ossification were observed. In developmental studies with cfEsriw
of pregnant rats treated with maqumod (8 time* human dose), no advene effects were aemoretrated
It is not Known Whether topically applied imiquimod is excreted in breast milk.
severity of locat sldn reactions ^ringcn^nfcdcBnii^ti^kaiivWvwiwihfMwiihgVahL. ^^ “adenoe and
„F. M _ 3X/WEEK APPLICATION
WART SITE REACTION AS ASSESSED BY INVESTIGATOR
FEMALES MALES FEMALES MALES
5» 5% 5% S%
Vehicle Iimouiacid Vchide Vefcck f««in«wv< Vetade
N-lM N-99 N -156 N-I57 N-Im N-99 N-156 n“
Erythema 61% 21% 54% 22% 4% 0% 4% 0%
I"***. _ „ »% 8% 29% 6% 1% 0% 1% 0%
Esconation/Flaking 18% 8% 25% 8% 0% 0% 1% 0%
Edema. 17% 5% 12% 1% 1% 0% 0% 0%
Indurauon 5% 2% 7% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0%
UVxrttion 5% 1% 4% 1% 3% 0% 0% 0%
Sobbing 4% 0% 13% 3% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Veadei 3% 0% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
edema (1%); and
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Soraras 3% 0% 0% 1%
ML 11% 3*
4% 3% 5% 2%
Influenza-like symptoms 3% 2% 1* 0%
Myalgia 1% 0% 1% 1%
'Incidences reported without regard to causality with Aldam.
Ownknaae of Akkra 5* aeam ■ aniftdy doe to anal i
daring of Aldan 5% cream could teak in icwb local door_
dow of >200 nig of inriqurinnd aid w naked fallowing color
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Budget adjustments passed
Senators sent LB 1108, a large
budget adjustment package, to
Gov. Ben Nelson last week.
The bill would cut the budget
by more than $790,000 for fiscal
year 1997-98, but increase the bud
get for the following year by $27.5
The bill’s main parts would
■ Creation of the Nebraska
Technology Commission (LB924).
■ Aid to school districts for
core needs (LB1110).
■ Building renewal projects at
Peru State College (LB 1138).
The bill also would cover costs
for LB1100, which would provide
funds to repair and replace
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college buildings that have been
Senators also advanced LB63,
which would transfer $40 million
from the state’s general fund to pay for
road construction and maintenance.
Funding for the road mainte
nance has been promised by
Congress, which has been slow in
approving the spending.
The money taken from the gen
eral funds would be reimbursed by
the federal government when the
Peru State gets funding
Senators approved a quick-fix
bill to pay more than $4 million to
Peru State College for building
development and renovation. The
repairs will help keep the school
running until its fate can be decid
ed, pending a study by the
Coordinating Commission for
The study will analyze the col
lege’s role and mission and must be
submitted to the governor by
December before construction of a
new science building can be
“Brain Gain” fails to advance
Senators last week debated
LB 1173, the “Brain Gain” bill, but
the hill failed tn advance nut nf
Bruning said the bill would
help the state keep the best stu
dents in Nebraska and direct them
into career fields that are suffering
a worker shortage.
However, Sen. Bob Wickersham
of Harrison said graduates should
stay in Nebraska because they want
to, not because they are required by
a scholarship program.
' “I simply don’t think that the
measure is a good one,”
t\ nnr^ ^nrr /tatt call 472-8146 for more information
draws to close
WESELY from page 1
gate to the national convention and
supporting other democratic can
“Because of his record of lead
ership and excellence in the
Legislature,” Quirk said, “he’ll
really be missed.”
But, she said, she expects to
see him running for public office
in the future.
Wesely’s real ambition has
been, and always will be, repre
senting Nebraska in Congress, he
However, because he’s taken
on wealthy, powerful people in the
past, Wesely said, he can’t raise the
lame amount of monev needed to
launch a congressional campaign.
“I’ve abandoned the idea of
running for high offices,” Wesely
said. “I have no personal wealth
and I have no wealthy friends.
“But it’s always been a dream
of mine to go to Congress.”
Instead, Wesely said he is con
templating running for mayor of
Lincoln in 2000.
Wesely said he will leave the
Legislature on a high note, before
getting “burned out.”
Looking back on his work in
the Unicameral, Wesely said he is
proud of his career.
“I think I did my best,” he said.
“I think I’ve remained true to
my principles, and I feel really
good about that.”
A LOT Of TIME
LOOKING IN THE
MIRROR MAY NOT
BE A SIGN Of
IT MAY BE
A SIGN Of
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and see your dermatologist.
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Most local skin reactions are mild to moderate and include erythema,
erosion, flaking, edema, scabbing and induration at the wart site.
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