The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 04, 1999, Page 10, Image 10
Rest Assured. Be Insured. Enrollment deadline Is 2/7/991 ' v NOW is the time to review your current medical insurance and/ or consider a plan to assist you with your health care needs 1 Your University Health Center, together with GM Southwest of DalbsJX, offers UNL students a i omprehensive and affordable medical insurance plan specifically designed to suit the needs of undergraduate and graduate students. The plan offers students: * An annual premium of only $3991 * The convenient location and services of the University Health Center (located at 15lh & U) for initial treatment) * Dependent coverage is also available! (see poky brochure for dependent premiums and specific detaib) Brochures and appBcaBom are available at the University Health Center, International Affairs Office or by mail. Have any questions? Call our 24-hour information line at 472-7437. All gy E>£srg. I l^gB****8 I -,—f. 2 ft SAL -s LSATs W ^ £Xi*UMN££> Low Prices! • ’ 3 •' li O B §2 ■ ■ 1 *5 1 ft j j| | j ' • mm ** H ------,--— | Tyson’s future unknown | pending judge’s decision WASHINGTON (AP) - The h two men Mike Tyson attacked at a h fender bender think the former jj heavyweight champ shouldn’t go to h jail. The prosecutor feels otherwise/ E The opinion that counts is that 3 of Judge Stephen Johnson, who on Friday will determine whether Tyson’s latest comeback is done after just one fight. Johnson will sentence the fight er on two counts of second-degree assault, prompting a decision in Indiana on whether Tyson violated his probation for a 1991 rape con viction. “If he goes to jail here, it’s much, much more likely he’ll go to jail there,” Tyson’s lawyer Paul Kemp said. On Aug. 31, Tyson kicked one motorist and punched another after a minor three-car accident in the Washington suburb of Gaithersburg, Md. On Dec. 1, Tyson pleaded no contest - mean ing he neither protests the assault charges nor admits guilt - and could receive up to 20 years’ imprisonment. “He acted inappropriately that day,” Tyson’s wife, Monica, who was driving when the accident occurred, told The Washington Post. “But he never intentionally struck anyone.” The two victims, Abmielec Saucedo and Richard Hardick, were paid an undisclosed amount to avoid a civil suit shortly before Tyson’s plea. Both will be present Friday, ready to testify on Tyson’s behalf. “Any inference that we’ve been purchased or bribed is off the wall,” said Saucedo’s lawyer, Glenn Culpepper. “From the very begin ning, my client said he didn’t want him to be convicted; he wanted him to be helped.” Tyson’s lawyer, who will ask for probation, plans to call character witnesses, including one from a Washington homeless shelter where Tyson has been doing volun teer work. He will also point out Tyson’s goodwill acts while train ing in Arizona - he visited teen-age inmates and paid for the funeral of a 2-year-old girl who was shot to death. Tyson, who lives in Bethesda, Md., is undergoing therapy at Georgetown University. Gomez eager to hit the mat for NU team GOMEZ from page 8 No. 3 guy,’ and he ended up beating me. If I think too much, it just gets to me.” Tonight, Gomez will head into his match against Valdez with the same philosophy while the rest of the Huskers try to avenge a 31-12 loss they suffered to the Sooners at the National Duals. At tire previous meeting, NU com peted without four of its starters, including Gomez, who injured his ribs. With a healthy lineup and momentum from a 1-point upset over then-No. 4 Iowa State on Sunday, NU is expecting a different outcome with OU in tonight’s dual. ‘I’m looking forward to the compe tition,” Nebraska Coach Tim Neumann said. “If we just wrestle like we did against Iowa State, where we just wres tled the whole time and didn’t worry about the final outcome, we’ll be fine.” In other news, redshirt freshman Joe Henson, NU’s 149-pounder, was named the Big 12 Wrestler of the Week after an 8-5 upset of Iowa State’s fifth ranked Cole Sanderson on Sunday. Henson’s upset helped the Nebraska wrestling team earn a 19-18 come-from-behind victory over ISU. raid Advertising Paid Advertising || BUSINESS REVIEW I COUNTY NEWS is solely responsible for sales, contents and collection of the Review Section J & W TIRE COMPANY “LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED” Jack Lewis ~ Owner I Located at 446 4th Street in Syracuse, phone 269-3060, the J & W TIRE COMPANY is well known throughout the area as being one tire store where quality is just as important as price. Your dealer for famous Hercules - Michelin - Bridgestone and Toyo tires, as well as Firestone Farm Tires - this community leader features tires for virtually every car and track, foreign or domestic, on the road, and their huge inventory allows you to “re-tire” immediately! From steel-belted radials to light truck tires, this fine outlet has just what you need in stock. The friendly personnel will gladly explain the advantages of a par ticular tire, if you desire, and will advise you as to the best buy for your needs. Of course, mounting, balancing and other services are offered by this outstanding firm. Regardless of your tire needs you will find that this dealer can serve you with tires that offer long mileage, safety and strength. Don’t kid yourself—when it comes to tires, there is a difference! Let these experts show you the many ad vantages of their tires! Also—an auto mobile will not run forever without regu lar attention and an occasional repair. In addition to performing some of the fin est repair work in the area, this coramu* - nity “Leader” also offers their years of experience when it comes to advice on all your mechanical problems! Stop in today and see just what kind of quality your tire dollar will buy at J & W TIRE COMPANY. As the Editors of this 1999 Business Review and Reference Guide, we rec ommend this full line tire center and repair shop to all of our readers! Stop in - TODAY! You’ll be very glad you did! DISABLED AMERICAN VETRANS THRIFT STORE - Ladies and gentlemen! Want to look your best on a budget? Shop at the DIS ABLED AMERICAN VETERANS THRIFT STORE where style costs less! Conveniently located at 821 North 27th, phone 475-0703. Here you will find clothing for every mood, every season and each member of your family at prices ANYONE can afford. The management of this shop feels that most people pay enough for the necessities in life, like food and shelter and don’t need to spend TOO much to look fashionable. There is no pressure from the clerks, no fancy prices and they specialize in “old fashion courtesy Here you’ll find everything you need for every season. There is clothing for the family, household items, books, col lectibles and most anything you might need. Make this DISABLED AMERI CAN VETERANS THRIFT STORE your “one stop clothing and household center”. DISABLED AMERICAN VETER ANS THRIFT STORE also utilizes the income from their stores to support it’s program for disabled veterans and dis advantaged members of the community. The Editors of this 1999 Business Re view & Reference Guide suggest that if you’re interested in saving money and still look great, that you give this respected shop a try. We recommend this fine thrift shop to all of our read ers. THE CONSIGNMENT SHOP Mickie Finn ~ Owner Serving Lincoln Since 1982 Clothing costs in the last few years have skyrocketed and made stylish Clothing financially unaffordable for many people. This year you, too, can “dress to impress!” Just stop by THE CONSIGNMENT SHOP, the area’s leading resale shop. They are located in Lincoln at 4910 Old Cheney Road, phone 423-0083. Store hours are Monday through Friday 10am to 5:30pm (except Thursday open until 8pm), Saturday 9:30am to 4:30pm and Sunday lpm to 5pm. Smart shoppers will love their next-to new selection of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, infant wear and ac cessories. They offer a wide variety of fashionable designer clothing, all at prices that will make you smile. Do you have an upcoming formal event on your calendar? Before you spend a fortune on an evening or cocktail dress you’ll wear only once, stop by THE CONSIGN MENT SHOP. Browse through their outstanding selection of clothes and ac cessories. There is something for every one, and their helpful sales staff will be glad to lend advice. Bring in this ad and receive 5% off your next purchase! Stylish clothing at unbelievable prices make THE CONSIGNMENT SHOP the number one choice for the smart shop per! They also take consignments by appointment only, so give them a call to day at 423-0083. The Writers of this 1999 Business Re view & Reference Guide would like to commend THE CONSIGNMENT SHOP for their continuing help and community service to all of the resi dents throughout the county. NORTHEAST BODY & PAINT SHOPPE INC. Wfh prices of both new and used auto mobiles continuing to rise, it makes good sense to take the best possible care of your present car. One way of insuring that your car will look its finest is to trust it to the experts at NORTHEAST BODY & PAINT SHOPPE INC. for all of your body repair and painting needs. This outstanding shop, located at 6020 Colfax Avenue in Lincoln, phone 467-1890, is widely known for their fast, courteous service and their excellent work. If you’re considering selling or trading your car, you should know that an auto mobile with flawless lines and sparkling paint will command top dollar in today’s tough, critical market. If the car has been involved in an accident, you can do no better than to consult the experienced pros at this fine shop. They’re preferred by many insurance adjusters. As the Writers of this 1999 Business Review we KNOW you’ll appreciate the quality AND the reasonable cost at NORTHEAST BODY & PAINT SHOPPE INC.’s work!!