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March 3, 1983

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I The new tax laws. This year's No. I reason to go to H&R Block. January 24,19e3 were read and OF ADJUSTMENT OF SUCHwas scheduled for February 20, Yea: Bostelman, Crook, Procoedingsot Notice of the meeting was approved. RATES AND CHARGES TO 1963. Follmer, Kale, Richardson, The City Council given in advance there by The City Council met with the REFLECT THE COST OF+ GAS Mayor Barnes declared the Smith. A meeting of the Mayor and posting in the City Clerk's Of- Gas Service Company and PURCHASED, said ordinance meeting now open as a public A request from the Superior Council of the City of Superior, rice, Municipal Auditorium and discussed proposed gas rate was fully and distinctly read by hearing on the proposed 1963 Public Library for installation +Nebraska wasconvenedinopen Public Safety Building, the increases. Councilmember Kile it is One and Six Year Street Ira- of storm windows for all win- and public session on the 14th designated mothod for giving Councilman Crock introduced designated as ordinance No. 718 provemont Program for the (lows at library was received. day of February, 1983, in the notice, an ordinance entitled AN and the title thereof approved. City of Superior. An estimate of cost in the Municipal Auditorium at 7:30 Notice of this meeting was ORDINANCE GRANTING VotingYea: Bostelman, Crock, Tom Werblow, representingamount of SS88.M was presented o'clock p.m. Present were: simultaneously given to the THE GAS SERVKTE COM. Kfle, Richardaon, Smith` Voting Buel, Winter, Mousel and by the Library. Moved by Mayor Barnes, Coun- Mayor and all members of the PANY, A CORPORATION Nay: None. Absent: None. Associates conducted the public Smith, seconded by Follmer cilmemhers Bostelman, Crook Council. Availability of the OPERATING A GAS was fully and distinctly read hearing and dsecrihed thethat the Library be authorized Follmer, Kale, Richardson, agenda was cormnunicated in DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN and motion duly made by improvements proposed in the to install said storm windows Smith. Absent were none. theadvance notice of the Mayor THE CITY OF SUPERIOR, Councilmember Bostelman and plan. Attending the public and that the cost be paid from seconded by Councilmember hearing were Richard and the general fund of the City of Kale it is designated as Or- Sharon Wilton who spoke in Superior. Yea: Bostelman, dinance No. 718 and the title favor of improvements Crook, Follmer, Kale, thereof approved. Voting Yea; proposed adjacent to their Richardson, Smith. + ~ ?:HE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 3. 1983 +~i: i~+~=-~ ---- +'--- and Council of this meeting. All STATE OF NEBRASKA, ITS Kile, Richardson, Smith. Voting seconded by Follmor that the Municipalities stating their C~c,~,~, repair . I~ ................................................................... +~'~ proceedings hereafter shown SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, Nay: None. Absent: None. propesed1963 Ons and Six Year opposition to propose legislatinn Lincoln Equipmnent~ wece taken while the convened A GENERAL INCREASE IN Thereupon said Ordinance Street Improvement Program requiring the City to create a repair parts ~L U C ]~meetlng was Open to the at" ITS RATES AND CHARGES NO" ?18 was read in full for the be' and hereby is' adopted as pensIOn plan for volunteer C'I'S'' cleaning rag tendance of the public. FOR GAS DISTRIBUTED AND first reading. The second the City's1983 One and Six Year firemen. Yea: Bostelman, service ................... The minutes of the meeting of SOLD AND CONTINUATIONreading of ordinance No. 718 Street Improvement Program. Crook, Follmer, Kale, Baden Automotive, PLANT A HIGH YIELDING SORGHUM FROM NC+ HYBRIDS. Arnold Ross Jim Miller Webber, Kan. Hardy, Neb. Kirchhoff Farms, Inc. Abdal 6rain Hardy, Neb. Superior, Neb. Bostelman, Crook, Follmer, Thi year you're faced with over 100 changes in the tax laws and form. Did you know that working married couple may deduct up to $1,500 for the first time? There' even a new entry for charitable deductions on the 1040A short form. And that's just the beginning! We know every change on every form. BLOCK The new tox lows. This y~f's #! reoson to go to H&R Stock. 120 West 4th 402-079-331 ! 9-6. MON.-FRI., 9-5 SAT. APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE home. No other people ap-Moved by Richardson, peared before the public seconded by Kale that the City hearing to speak either for or join the South Central against the proposed One and Development District. Yea: Six Year Program Plan. After further discussion of the proposed improvement program, Mayor Barnes declared the public hearing now closed. It was moved by Kale, Bostelman, Crook, Follmer, Kale, Richardson, Smith. Moved by Richardson, seconded by Crook that the City Clerk be authorized and in- structed to write a letter to the Nebraska League of I I I M& Bookkeeping and Tax Service 3rd and Bloom - Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978 Phone: 402-879-4764 Marilyn Peterson Roger Heffelfinger Enrolled to Practice before the I.R.S. rm Th in in S h sions armers an policies an are mad rust Company locally peo all now 1) presen a in are in is OU in area on 0%. hi new oney II inte em y our ave arm an in I usiness rrowers. )If you do ot like th decisions and icies ur local people ICleS ma can alwa I e ecislons "People Serving People Since 1916" Superior, Nebraska Phone 402-879-3271 MEMBER OF FDIC + Richardson, Smith. repairs American LaFrance, reaT~:., following claims were gasket Salal-ies from Jan. 10, Melvin Smidt, ream- 1983 to Feb. 14 bursement on dues 1983 18,365.20 Farmers State Ins. Larry Whitney, payroll Agency, Inc., ins. deduction 15.00Heiman Fire Security National Bank, Inc., fire equip. investment 10,000.00 Blue Cross-Blue Larry Whitney, payroll life insurance deduction 15.00 IdealMarket, sup. Social Security Bureau, Mckan Chemical social security 4,883.00 supplies Farmers State Bank, Nuckolls County withheld taxes 1,265.39 meals Larry Whitney, payroll deduction Elmer Druba, hauling trash Nebraska Office Service, Inc., supplies Superior Utilities, zoning officer expense Alexander Motors, Inc., repairs Coast to Coast, sup. The League of Nebraska Municipalities, regis- tration fee Ideal Market, supplies 2rid Street Relmilders, repairs Farmers State Ins. Agency, Inc., ins. Whitney-Thompson Ins. Agency, Inc., postage and copy work David Downing, pro- fessional work Mullets Hardware & Furniture, supplies Nebraska Tractor & Equipment Co., repair parts Superior Tire Company, Ladies Evergreen 15.00 appropriation Leslie Hotel, 28.50 service Bankers Life, pension TIONS. 17.60 Superior Fire inspect fire ext. 905.83 American Family Assurance Co., 80.89 withheld premiums 34.46 Blue Cross-Blue group insurance Superior Plumbing, 25.00 & Cooling, repairs 4.78 The Gas Service, ggl for January 618.75 Lincoln Telephone phone 858.84 Superior Utilities, service Bill Morris Ford, 91.84 repair Bill Morris Ford, 306.17 repairs Moved by Kale, 132.46 Bostelman that the allowed as Bostelman, Crook, 159.46 Kale, Richardson, Moved by Kale, gas and diesel 2,118.96 Follmer that the City Superior Implement, Inc.,a contract with the repairs 11.83 Nuckolls sharing on Sidles-Mr. Automotive, basis the cost of repairs 106.84 gutter, storm Robinson's Coneco Service, concrete paving on. gas, oil and eervice 120.10 Street from 3rd Stre Superior Motor Parts, Inc. supplies and repairs Superior Utilities, phone call reimbursement B & S Tire Market, 91.76 1.54 6.00 487.13 oil The Superior Express, printing and supplies Baum Iron Company, repairs 67.34 Superior Plumbing, Heating railroad tracks, Mayor and City authorized and "execute said Bostelman, Crook, Kile, Richardson, The meeting Gerald M. Mayor George L. City CLerk Nora Local News By Mrs. Warren Stiles Mrs. Thayor took Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink, Thayor to the David and Stanley, Nelson, Hospital, Hebron. were Sunday evening visitors of Thayer visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer,hospital Sunday Shelly and Mark. Cory Stutzman Mr. and Mrp. Melvin Kugler, supper Friday at Mankato, wont to the home of honor the girls' Mr. and Mrs. Eflert Bargenteam. Tuesday with dinner. It was the Mr and Mrs. 66th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bargen. Wed- Sally Fralun and nssday Pastor and Mrs. David Tammy Frahm. Miller visited them and were Frahm went to dinner guests. Wednesday to Adella Gebers attended the Dennis. They Friendly Neighborhood Club Thursday. Sunda'. dinner and meeting at the home guests in the Frahm i of Elsie Smith, Nelson. Later in Mr. and Mrs. the afternoon Mrs. Gebers Davenport. called on Dora Hashage at the Mrs. Good Samaritan Home. among Saturday Dave and Tom Gebers Salem ate dinner with Mrs. Gebers and to the Y.M.C.A. in Sunday dinner guests were a day of fun Steve and Diane Gehers and Stutzman visited Dave Gebers. Mrs. Dale Mrs. Roger Williams, Tyler Mr. and Mrs. and Lance were in Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Bill from Tuesday through Thurs- and Mr. and Mrs. day, visiting her parents, Mr. attended a and Mrs. Art Seundy. Thursday evoning and the i evening Mr. Williams took by the Community Tyler and Kendra Corman to Davenport. see the movie in Superior. The Nora Cemetery meeting will he March 7 in the Nora Church basement at 1:30 p.m. Jerry Lewis, Lincoln, was home for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis attended the Farm Bureau soup supper Friday. The Feb. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and Republic Pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Gene Frerichs called to order by returned home Saturday after a Kevin Mitchell. Roll three weeks trip visiting and I get into sight-seeing in Washington, swered by 30 Oregon and California. The club Sunday Mrs. Kenneth Him- serve refreshnumts melherg and daughters, Nelson, Days. The club and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers make a donatio attecded a dirmer for "Parents' Bellovllle Health Day" at the University of and centributetoa Nebraska, Lincoln. for Susan Krumm. Judy Oltmans, Aaron, Amber and Avery, Lincoln, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley. Other supper guests Sunday to celebrate Amy Epleys' ninth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley, Ethan and Amy, Thelma Newton and Mildred Oltman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanhem helped Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Whiteley, Junlata, move to their new home in Holdrnge Sab.n'- day. Then were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanhem, Tony and Melinda. Other Sunday dinner guem in the Mike Lanham home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haas, Beaver City. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Louis Keim, Nelson, ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer to Davonpcrt where they attended the play presented by the Thayer County Theatre. Saturday afternoon Ceremonies for leaders and 4 seal were Janette Watson project talk on market lamb. gave a "Pizza Place," Watson on "Iron-o~ and Steve Cordis Gardenlng." "By Hanger" was the Miller's illustrated Recreation was Gilbert. . The next meeting exchange Munden 4-H March 6. The skating in to the Republic a salad and Refreshments were the Jerry Cordis, Bouray and families. m