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6A THE SLIPERIOR EXPRESS First Published Jan. 23, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Ruth E. Hansen, deceased. Estate Case No. PR02-23 Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration and a Petition for complete settlement have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nelson, Nebraska, on Feb. 11,2003, at or after 9:30 a.m. Patricia Jean Post, Petitioner 1010 West 10th Hastings, Neb., 68901 Paula Jo Stanley, Petitioner 6429 Gemstone Way Colorado Springs, Colo., 80918 Michael L. Johnson, #15090 Leininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack, Piaczek, Steele and Allen P. O. Box 186, Superior, Neb. 68978 4-3c First Published Jan. 23, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Opal Anderson, Deceased Estate No. PR-03-05 Notice is hereby given that on Jan. 16, 2003, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, Don L. Hancock, whose address is 352 Louden, Superior, Neb., 68978, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of the Estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore March 23, 2003 or be forever barred. Diane L. Wehrman Clerk of the County Court P. O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961 Timothy S. Schmidt, #15160 213 East Third Street Superior, Neb., 68978 4-3c Proceedings of Superior Board of Education School District 011 A regular meeting of the Superior Board of Education of School District 011 was held on Jan. 13, 2003 at 7:30 p.m., in the high school library as duly advertised in The Superior Express. During the meeting the board voted to: Elect board officers (Healey-Presi- dent, Tordrup-Vice President; Corman- Secretary). Authorize superintendents to sign checks on the Hot Lunch, and Activity Funds. Approved classified employee res- Thursday, January 23, 2003 Proceedings of the Village of Hardy Regular Meeting Dec. 10, 2002 Sam Clark called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. with all members present. The minutes of the Nov. 12, 2002 meeting were presented, with no cor- rections or additions, Ginther made the motion to accept, Rowley seconded, carried 2-0, with ! abstaining. The following bills were presented: Verlene Watson, 15.00; Bob Ginther, 129.14; Dean Rowley, 88.66; US Postmaster, 37.00; Deweese Sand & Gravel, 112.32; Deweese Sand & Gravel, 452.20; Baker & Son Disposal, 50.00; Newman Traffic Signs, 1 44.59; Figgins Const. Co., Inc. 16,207.82; Omaha Life Ins. Co., 27.95; AIItel, 83.70; St. of NE HHS Lab, 181.00; Superior Publishing, 17.47; Superior Ace Hardware, 69.74; Ideal Market, 5.05; Aurora Coop, 56.60; Brown Transfer, 94.32; Univer, 24.51; Harold Soper, 150.00; Central National Bank, 236.54; Linda Rowley, ! .98; Salaries, 1,366.83. Rowley made the motion to pay the bills as presented, Ginther seconded, carried 3-0. The third reading of Ordinance No.. 152 was given, discussion was held, the new rates will take effect in Janu- ary, Ginther made the motion to ac- cept, Rowley seconded, carried 3-0. Paul Edwards and Marjorie Blair were sworn in as village trustees. Ed- wards made the motion to appoint Bob Ginther as chairman of the board, Clark made the motion that the nominations cease. Rowley, Edwards, Blair, Ginther and Clark, all voted in favor, carried 5- 0. Property clean-up was discussed. Water run-off was discussed. Rowley gave a report on the trip to Lincoln to look for a truck. Edwards made the motion to check to see if the truck was still available, Rowley seconded, car- ried 4-0. Discussion was held on the roof of the Community Hall and Firehall. Blair made the motion to adjourn, Clark seconded, carried 4-0. Rogene E. Renz, Clerk Sam Clark, Chairman/Mayor Notice of Renewal of Retail Liquor License Notice is hereby given that pursu- ant to Section 53-135.01, liquor li- cense may be automatically renewed for one year from May i, 2003 for the following retail liquor licensee, to-wit: Superior Country Club, Inc. Superior, Nebraska Notice is also hereby given that written protests to the issuance of automatic renewal of license may be filed by any NOTICE Area No.8 Agriculture & Horticultural Valuation Board Box No 251 Dorchester, Nebraska 68343 Notice is hereby given that the Dis- trict No. 8 Agricultural and Horticul- tural Land Valuation Board will meet as follows: Time: 10:00 a.m. Date: Feb. 3, 2003 Location: Gage County Courthouse, Supervisor Board Room, 2nd Floor The agenda as follows: 1. Call to order 2. Roll call 3. App val of Agenda 4. Minutes of last meeting and ap- proval 5. Discussion on valuations and lev- ies 6. Discussion from the public 7. Set next meeting date. A current and up-to-date agenda can be obtained by calling: Phil F. Weber, 402-946-4191. 4- I c First Published Jan. 23, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Elza Epley Grove, Deceased, a//k/a Elza E. Grove. Estate No. PR-03-06 Notice is hereby given that a peti- tion for Probate of Will of said De- ceased, Determination of Heft's, and Appointment of Jerry Grove as Per- sonal Representative has been filed and is set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuckolls County Court, Nelson, Neb., 68961 on Feb. 11,2003, at or after 11:15 a.m. Jerry Grove, Petitioner 908 North Central Avenue Superior, Neb. 68978 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 4-3c Notice of Hearing to Amend Budget A public hearing will be held at 11:00 a.m, Jan. 27, 2003, in the Commissioner's Meeting Room at the Nuckolls County Courthouse, Nelson, Neb. Said hearing will be for the pur- pose of amending the previously adopted 2002-2003 County Budget to include receipt and disbursement of $7,500.00, per an Interiocal Agree- ment between the Tenth Judicial Dis- trict, Nuckolls County Court and the Clerk of District Court. The money received from the State is for the ad- ministration of Clerk Magistrate du- ties. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners By : Selma Ferguson, County Clerk First Published Jan. 9, 2003 in The Superior Express ignation, resident of the county on or before Feb. Notice of Petition Appointed ene Pet ' =t 4, 3 in :the office of County For Real-Estate Board Treasurer. Clei ki that in thud e 'enf: p tests are In the C0ufit iCourt Nuckolls Approved depositories for district filed by three or more such persons, a County, NebraSka'. funds, hearing will be held to determine Enter into executive session to dis- whether continuation for said license cuss personnel, should be allowed. The next regular meeting of the Selma Ferguson Superior Board of Education will be- Nuckoils County Clerk held on Monday, Feb. 10, 2003. 4- I c Raelyn D. Miller, C.P.A. 213 East 3rd Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4761 Fax 402-879-4938 e-mail: miller@danacole.com Business Is Great ...... And We "re Looking For Morel III I I Case No. PR 02-35 In the Matter of the Guardianship and Conservatorship of: Elias W. Timmerman A protected person, incapacitated. Notice is hereby given that a Peti- tion for Authority to sell real property of Elias W. Timmerman. an incapaci- tated and protected person has been filed and is set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located in Nelson, Nebraska on Jan. 28, 2003 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. Deborah Timmerman, guardian Conservator of Elias W. Timmerman 440 North A. Street No. 1 Fairfield, Neb. 68938 Wayne L. Garrison #11443 Garrison & Garrison P. O. Box 385 Nelson, Neb. 68961 2-3c The Superior Express each week, you are missing the news, features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices. PO Box 408 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 One Year in Nebraska $20 One Year in Kansas $21.26 (Kansas subscriptions include $1.26 tax) One Year in Other States, $28 or 111 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3191 r nulllllll Illlllllll| nun IIllllll|llllllln IllnllllllllllmI | Please send a subscription of The Superior Express to: | I I | Name: I I I | Address I I I |City ,, State .... Zip I Amount New Renewal | I I ------------------------------------J IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIIIII I I III I IIIIII I II IIII IIIIII II I IIIIII II II First published Jan. 16, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF DEFAULT The undersigned, being the Substi- tute Trustee under a Trust Deed filed for record on Feb. 29, 2000 in Boo[ 142, pages 167 and 168 of records of the Nuckolls County Clerk, Nuckolls County, Nebraska by Israel and Rosa Candanoza, as Trustors, in which the City of Superior is named as Benefi- ciary, hereby gives notice that a breath of an obligation for which the Trust property was conveyed as a security has occurred, the nature of such breach is the Trustors failure to pay the prin- ciple and interest as provided in the said note; Trustors failure to pay all the real-estate taxes when due. You are hereby notified that because of such default the indebtedness secured by said Trust Deed is accelerated and as of Jan. 1, 2003 in the amount of $ ! 4,900.00 plus interest thereafter, and further notified that because of such default, the undersigned has elected to sell or cause to be sold the Trust property to satisfy the obligations un- der the Trust Deed; the Trust property affected is as follows: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), Block Nineteen (19), North Superior, Nuck- oils County, Nebraska. Dated this 10th day of January, 2003. Wayne L. Garrison, Trustee 155 South Main P. O. Box 385 Nelson, Neb. 68961 Wayne L. Garrison #11443 Garrison & Garrison 155 S. Main Nelson, Neb. 68961 3-3c First Published Jan. 9, 2003 in The Superior Express Notice of Merger PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Jan. 1, 2003, AMERICAN EAGLE INSURANCE, INC. was merged into AMERICAN EAGLE REALTY, INC., and thereupon ceased to sepa- rately exist, with American Eagle Re- alty, Inc. becoming the sole owner of all of this former corporation's assets and responsible for all of its debts and obligations. Gary A. Ward, President American Eagle Realty, Inc. P. O. Box 265 Superior, Neb. 68978-0265 Dean N. Hansen Attorney at Law P. O. Box 401 Edgar, Neb. 68935-0401 2-3c Proceedings of the Nuckoils County Board of Commissioners Jan. 6, 2003 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Jan. 6, 2003 at the Board Meeting Room in the Court- house, Nelson, Neb. as per recess of Dec. 30, 2002. Brown, Sullivan and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk's office and remitted to board members in advance,of the meeting. Chairman B :own apprc ved the agenda and the Dec. 30,21 2rflfllt'- utes as received. Following review, motion by Sulli- van, seconded by Corman to accept and place on file the December, 2002 Summary Fee Forecast Report filed by the Clerk of District Court and the County Treasurer's Report of Fund Balances, Investments and Interest Earned for December, 2002 and the July through December, 2002 Report of Fund Balances for Collections, Dis- bursements and Transfers. Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. Don Robb, Highway Superinten- dent, met with the board. Road and bridge concerns included tree removal on roads, school route maintenance, rip rapping around a conO'ete bridge due to washing dirt, overall mainte- nance of the county roads. Charles Tuttle, Safety Committee Chairman, met with the Board report- ing on findings of the Committee. The committee report included: Concern for snow removal; problems created by the placement of unbagged garbage in the dumpster; potential for a pos- sible hazard due to overloading exten- sion cords for the Christmas decorat- ing on the courthouse lawn trees; prob- lems with natural gas wall heaters stay- ing lit in the jail building; safety concern for Sheriff's dispatchers envi- ronment safety, also. the 911 system; broken sidewalks needing repair due to machinery used for roof repair; two road hazards, the rough intersection at the Sedan railroad tracks and cattle out on the Mt. Clare road, Merle Illian, Coordinator for Trail- blazer RC&D, met with the board to report on past year activities and up- coming projects for 2003, including a 5-year plan identifying each counties needs. Illian emphasized the need to sign up 200 participants for the pro- posed rural water district before the project can move forward, noting 2,500,000 in grant money has been earmarked by Rural Development for the rural water district. RC&D has been assisting the Lower Republican NRD, the primary sponsor, with the project The success of past projects including the Oil Recycling Program, Women's Wilderness Weekend Pro- gram, Career Day Expo for youth within the seven county RC&D, No- till Grassland Drill and Water Tank Program, contribution toward getting Highway 136 designated as a Scenic Byway thereby giving higher consid- eration for the receipt of grant monies relating to historical and scenic sites in the area, and other projects were noted Illian noted, in addition to current projects, upcoming projects for 2003 include a Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup, a Rainwater Basin Joint Ven- ture Project with the Trailblazer RC&D partnering with the Rainwater Basin Joint Venture to assist with upland habitat issues, Area Plan Development Project to determine high priority needs, etc. Illian stated the goal of Trailblazer RC&D is to bring together local volunteers and community de- velopment professionals to tackle is- sues affecting the vitality of South Cen- tral Nebraska's rural communities. Motion by Brown, seconded by Sulli- van to contribute $100.00 to Trail- blazer RC&D. Brown, aye; Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. The Board made their quarterly visit to the jail, per Nebraska Law #47-109. The followingclaims were allowed: General Al's Hardware & Refrig- eration, supplies and repairs ......................... 121.99 Alexander Motors, Inc.. vehicle service ..................... 32.83 Alltell, long distance service ............................... 116.49 Alltel Cellular, cellular service ................................. 86.6 I Alltel Ne Inc., telephone service ............................... 876.96 Anderson, Doug, mileage ....... 188.34 Baker, Brad, uniform allowance and car washes ..................... 66.00 Buffalo County Sheriffs Dept., sheriffs fees ............... I"8.00 City of Nelson, uitlities and courthouse .................. 727.91 Clerk of District Court- Adams County mental hearing exp ........................ 186.50 Clerk of District Court Assn., reg. fee ..................... 23.00 Collins, R. Diane, prior service benefit ..................... 11.00 Commercial Bank, sup ........... 114.38 Corman, Danny, mileage, meals .......................... ~ ...... 216.58 Culbertson, R. L., prior service benefit ..................... 11.00 Department of Property Assessment and taxation, reg. fee ......... 460.00 Deuel Pharmacy, prisoner medical ................................ 49.65 Downing & Alexander; David Downing, atty., attorney service .............. i.. 500.25 Drudiks Electric, Inc., repairs, materials ............... 516.55 Eakes, supplies ....................... 542.05 Ensign, Vicki, meals, reim- bursement of employees recog .................................. 186.74 Executive Copier Systems, Inc., copier" expense ................... 392.00 Farmers Coop Association, gasoline ............................... 39.90 Ferguson, Selma, mileage ...... 418.99 Garrison, Wayne-Attorney, attorney fees ................... 7,560.70 Gas 'N Shop., gas ...................... 7.04 Hansen, Dean, N., Attorney, attorney service ................. 112.50 Holiday Inn-Omaha Central, lodging ............................... 737.55 1 4 Detail, equipment ................ 20.00 IBM Corp., computer exp ........ 60.06 JEO Consulting Group, Inc., surveying service ............... 865.50 Jim's Service, vehicle ser ........ 20.00 Jones, Doris, prior service, benefit .................................. 22.00 KAN-DU Trucking, janitorial contract .......................... 1,300.00 Kinder Morgan Inc., t gas service ......................... 672.37 KRFS Radio, radio ads ............. 25.00 La rence Locomotive, print Kinder Morgan, gas service .ii and publish .......................... 10.80 Lawrence, Village of Marr, James, uniform allow- utilities ............................. ance and car washes ............ 66.00 Michael O. Mead, Attorney, mental hea}ing exp ............ 250.00 Menke Drug, inc., prisoner medical ................................ 34.67 Micro Warehouse, computer disks ..................................... 71.16 Midwest Radar & Equip., radar certifications ............. 180.00 Mips/County Solutions, computer exp .................. 2,933.78 Murray, Janice, mileage and meals ........................... 215.70 Ne Association of County Officials, reg. fees and supplies ....................... 140.00 Nebraska Association of County Treasurers, reg. fee .............. 20.00 Nebraska Dept. of Admin., Ser., telecom charges ................. 35000 Nebraska Dept. of Education, supplies ................................ 16.00 Nelson Food Center, sup .......... 15.88 Nelson Good Samaritan Center, prisoner meals ..................... 28.75 Nelson Volunteer Fire Dept. and Rescue Squad, pagers ..40.00 Nuckolls County Clerk of District Court, filing fee leimbursement ............... 69.00 Nuckolls County Treas., R. E. Taxes and postage reimbursement ................... 272.10 OMB Police Supply, supplies ........................... 1,026.92 Pamida, supplies ....................... 33.50 Phillips 66 Co., gasoline ........... 19.75 Pierce Electronics, equipment .......................... 800.00 Pitney Bowes, Inc., postal meter expense ........... 49.55 Red Lion Hotel, lodging ......... 635.00 Redfield & Co., Inc, sup ........... 23.30 Region III Behavioral Health Services, 3rd quarter funding ............... 2,10371 Region 13 Emergency Management, county share funding .................. 3,155.90 Respond First Aid System, 1 st aid supplies .................... 33.15 Schott Oil Co., gas vehicle service and tire rep ............ 26297 Stemper, Scott, uniform allow- ance and car washes ......... ...66.00 Sullivan, Joe, mileage, meals ................................. 200.39 Superior Publishing Co., Inc., supplies .............................. 265.88 Trail blazer, RC& D, county contribution ....................... 100.00 Tuttle, Charles, uniform allowance, car washes ......... 66.00 Uniservice Inc., janitorial supplies ................................ 26.10 United States Postal Service, postage for county meter ............................... 2,000.00 Webster County Sheriff, prisoner board ................. 3,285.00 Road Ace Irrigation & Manufacturing Co., culverts, bolts and nuts ............................ 114.45 Al's Hardware & Refrigeration, shop supplies and repairs ...... 8.20 Alexander Motors, In~., labo~ .......... on No. 10 ............................. 34.24 Alltel, long distance telephone service ................... 7.86 Alltel Ne. Inc., telephone service ............................... 103.14 American Tire Distributors, tire tool .............................. 349.00 Aurora Cooperative Elevator, fuel ..................... 187.54 C & M Supply, fuel .................. 24.08 Cash-Wa Candy Co., paper towel dispenser .................... 13.69 Centaur Enterprises, Inc., hand cleaner ........................ 53.76 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 193.24 City of Superior, utilities ........ 104.67 Deweese Sand & Gravel, gravel ............................ 14,368.78 Eggers Motor Service & Sales, parts ........................... 85.38 Faitnon, Paul, prior service benefit ..................... 18.00 Farm Plan/Twin Valley Imp., parts ..................................... 70.12 Farmers Union Coop, Guide Rock, fescue seed .............. 540.00 Farver, Gordon, annual prior service benefit ..................... 60.00 Garrett Tires & Treads, tires ................................. 1,293.18 Holiday Inn, lodging .............. 245.85 Inland Truck Parts and Service, mud flaps ........ 71.38 Joe Theer Welding & Repair, repairs on No. 88 .214.80 Judy, George, prior service benefit ..................... 19.00 Ken & Al's Service, LLC, fuel, oil and grease ......... 8,119.70 Linweld, welding supplies Mike's Service Station, tire repair Murphy Tractor/Power Plan, parts NACO, registration fee ...... Nebraska Machinery, lease payment and parts Nebraska Truck Center, parts .............. Newman Traffic Signs, signs Ostdiek, Bernard J., annual prior service benefit Petro Plus, tire repair and shop supplies Polage, Walter, prior service benefit Preseo Sales & Service carbide blades ................ Quality Red D Mix, concrete Quill, office supplies RAK Industries, batteries ..,. Reeve, Norman, annual service benefit Robb, Don, fuel and gloves reimbursements ............ Sidles, shop supplies and repairs South Central Public utilities .............. South Central Equipment, parts STA United, Inc., CDL drug testing Superior Ace Hardware, shop supplies and repairs Superior Implement, Superior Motor Parts, Inc., shop sup. and repairs Su parts Sutton Coop, oats ................ Tambke, Harold, prior service benefit Truck Equipment Service Co., 1994 fruehauf pup and parts Weldon Industries, Inc. shop supplies and rel Welton Repair, parts for No. 53 Werner Construction, Inc., crushed concrete ............ Civil Defense Alltel, long distance telephone service ........... Alltel Cellular, cellular telephone service Alltel Ne Inc., internet and telephone service ............ p rc Holiday Inn Central, lodging .......................... ,~Ul~ Superior Publishing Co., supplies .......... ................. Zadina, Leo, mileage and meals ..................... : Drug Law City of David City/ Police Dept./RAP, Rap payment ................ Inheritance C & F Roofing, Co., courthouse roof re .... : ~Noxious Alltel Long Distance, long distance tele., Alltel Cellular, telephone service-cellular AIItel Ne Inc., telephone service City of Nelson, utilities ...." Heartland Automotive, tools ............................. Holiday Inn-Central lodging ...... ........ : ........... Kinder Morgan, Inc., gas service Meyer, Brent, reimbursed meals ............................ NACO, registration fee Nebraska Weed Control Association, dues ......... Schott Oil Co., Inc. repairs .......................... 911 Service Alltel Ne Inc., 911 telephone APCO, AFC Inc., feers intercoordinati Stemper, Scott, 911 admin., Tuttle's Locksmith, key lock repairs .......... ' There being no the board recessed i Arnold Brown By: Selma Fer Smith Co. must A more than of the Smith 7 school tys to trim $169 dget. State aid cuts have )ercent from That's what you get with the combined strengths of a Farm Bureau Life and Investment Specialist and a Farm Bureau agent. Together, we can help you create a cu stomized plan for your financial future. Gall us today and we'll got started. 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