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Thursday, March 18, 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A MORE BANG for your Health Insurance buck. 4;: • II Public Notices (Continued from Page 6A) securities. A moiion was made by Brown and +seconded by Corman to approve the resolution for the exchange, release and-or new pledged security for the Nuckolls County treasurer. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye,0 Voted nay. Motion carried. The pledged security is with Commetdal Bank of Nelson. The pledge being re- leased is FHOR 10-14 for $200,000 and it is being replaced with American Mun Pwr foi" $200,000, at a rate of 3.944. Discussion was held regarding the Nuckolls County Assessor website. No decision could be reached and it was tabled until a later date. The following claims were ap- proved: GENERAL Afternooner's, sheriff meals .. $24.70 Aramark Uniform Services supplies ............................ 426.46 AS Central Services teletype contract ................... 461 Brodstone Memorial Hospital prisoner costs ........................... 90 Brody Chemical supplies ...... 363.99 Business World Products Office supplies ................. 305.21 C & M Supply, Nelson fuel.. 181.17 Casey's General Stores. Inc. fuel ................................... 485.60 City of Nelson. utilities, extension and courthouse .............. 1,276.02 Clay County sheriff, inmate lodging and service fees ....... 270 ' ' n County Veteran s Serv. Officers Ass . dues and subscriptions ........... 135 Combs, Michael mileage allowance ........... 115.14 Corman; Danny Keith mileage and meals ............... 132 Credit Management Services, Inc. Contract labor and and trash hauling ................................ 1500 Culbertson, Rollan prior serwce ................................................. I ] Effenbeck. Julie public defender contract .............................. 1.800 Ensign, Vicki r mileage and meals ................................... 66.87 Executive Copier Systems. printing and publishing ..... 136.53 Fangmeier, Crystal, meals, mileage and dues reimburse ......... 188.02 Farmers Co-op Associasion fuel ................................. 1.058.12 Fierstein, Jeremiah, office . supplies .................................... 25 First Concord Benefits Group February I 0annual compliance and main ...................................... 197 Hasler Financial Services, postal services ........................ 792 Holiday Inn,Kearney ....................... lodging ................................... 292 Holiday Inn downtown Lincoln lodging ................................... 297 Hometown Leasing office : equipment ..................... :... 99.74 James, Gary, mileage allowance .......................................... 121.20 Johnson Water Inc.. cooler rental .......................................... 186.15 Centra ebi00as a ORTHOPEDICS" ed to the motion of II Dr. Lesiak Wilt Be In Superior To See Patients At Brodstone Memorial Hospital Thursday, March 25 No doctor referral is necessary Please Call (402)879-3281 to set up an appointment (s00) 7s2-69s9 West Faidley Medical Center 620 North Diers Avenue, Suite 200 Grand Island, NE 68803 02006 CENTRAL NEBRASKA ORTHOPEOICS Jones, Doris. prior service ............ 22 Kassebaum. Jacqueline mileage alowance .............. 71.30 M G M Construction professional opinion to building-ground ...... 50 Marr, James, mileage allowance ...... ................................................. 86 McGee, Darci mileage and office supplies ............................ 107.50 Microfilm Imaging Systems, Inc. office equipment .................... 180 MIPS, Inc.,data processing.. 1,928.10 Neb. Assn. of County Assessors ....... dues and subscriptions ........... 190 NE Crime Commission office supplies ................................ 7.50 NE Health amd Human Services. institutional costs ..................... 93. Nelson Food Center, janitorial supplies ............................ 166.02 Nuckolls County Locomotive Gazette printing and publishing ............ 56 Nuckolls County Clerk of District Court,court costs ...................... 97 Nuckolls County Court, court costs ........................................ 73 Nuckolls County Treasurer, postal reimburse and title fee-sheriff. 62.62 Pamida, supplie-sheriff ........... 20.98 Pounds Printing, office supplies .. 99 Quill. office supplies ............. 186.69 Ray's Auto Sales, repairs ...... 101.37 Rees, Jennifer.mileage allowance , 23 ................................................. Reliable Office Supplies office supplies ............................ 131.02 REPCO Marketing, Inc'. BAC test solution ............... 35.75 Schoenholz. Phyllis, 1/2 mileage reimbursement ......................... 88 Sioux Sales Company, uniform allowance ........................... 71.80 Sourcegas,heating fuel ........ 1,291.24 Stanard Appraisal Service appraiser fees ................. 6,677.24 Stephens-Peck, Inc..office supplies .................................. 100 Stichka, Jean, mileage allowance ................................................. 14 Superior Ace Hardware ..... janitorial supplies ............................ 288.72 Superior Publishing, printing and advertising .............. 1.333.24 Thayer County Sheriff, district court costs ................................ 19 Theobald Law Office.court appointed council ............. 624.52 Thornberry, Doris, prior service ...................................... 17 Totalfunds by Hasler, pbstal services ............................... 96.62 Tuttle, Charles,contract labor ..... 500 USPS - Hasler. postal services 2,000 Webster County Sheriff. inmate lodging and service fees .... 1.500 Wheeland, Mary, prior service ..... 15 Windstream. telephone and internet service ............... 1.376.20 ROAD Ace Irrigation and Mfg. Co.. supplies ................................. 425 Al's Hardware and Refrigeration, supplies ............................. 117.26 Alexander Motors, Inc., parts and repairs ........................ 344.35 American First Aid and Safety, supplies ............................. 140.31 APAC Kansas Inc., gravel Nate Casey, LUTCF 449 N. Central Ave Superior, Neb. 68978 Office: 402-879-3377 Cell: 402-200-0611 GET THE BEST OF BOTH BlueCross BlueShield FARM BUREAU of Nebraska FINANCIAL SERVICES The reoresentatJves are Indeoenaenl aria aumorlzea insurance oroducers of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska an maeDendent licensee of the Blue Cross and Bh le Shield Association, • Jeff Hutchinson- Owner Come back to local service for ALL your exterminating needs Call and schedule today 402-879-4677. or 402-879-1092 • Licensed ?iReasonable Rates • Dependable Service and rock ........................ 1,710.96 Aurora Co-op Elevator, janitorial supplies ............................... 49.54 C & M Supply, heating fuel, fuel, supplies ......................... 6,423.69 City of Nelson, shop utilities. 505.05 City of Superior Utilities, shop utilities ...................... 875.41 Clay County News, advertising .... 10 Cross-Dillon Tire, tires ............ 2,960 Deshler Rustler. advertising ... 37.48 Eggers Motor Service, repairs ................................... 3,690.93 Faimon, Paul, prior service ........... 18 Farm Plan-Oregon Trail Equipment parts .................................. 198.06 Garrett Tires and Threads, tires ................................... 218.70 Harold's Auto Service,repairs 230.73 Hireright Solutions, Inc.CDL drug testing ..................................... 29.90 Judy, George, prior service ........... 19 Kahdahl Farms, rock hauling 203.28 Ken and Al's Service fuel. 11,780.16 Kirkham Michael, engineering services ............................ 257.50 Klein, Deborah, janitorial, services95 Lawrence Village shop utilities .......................................... 29 Lawson Products, Inc., supplies .......................................... 380.88 Lemke, Lonnie, janitorial supplies and ...................................... 34.92 Linweld. Inc. welding supplies .......................................... 508.82 Mainelli Wagner and Associates Inc. engineering services ........... 2,955 Mark MainellL consulting fees, February ............................. 1,000 Martin, Francis, prior service ....... 16 Menards - Hastings, janitorial supplies ............................. 171.86 Midwest Service & Sales Co. parts ................................ 1,193.75 Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber, partsand& repairs .............. 772.28 Murphy Tractor and Equip., Power Plan, repairs ........... 18,990.46 NMC Exchange, LLC, parts ... 42.48 Nuckolls County Treasurer inspection for title .................... 20 Quill. office supplies .............. 94.45 Sourcegas, heating fuel ....... 1,325.44 South Central Public Power, shop electricity .................. 460.57 Stern Oil Company, oil to shop ................................ 2,099.89 Superior Ace Hardware, shop supplies ............................ 129.67 Superior Fire Extinguisher Co. supplies, inspections ............. 644 Superior Implement, Inc., repairs .............................. 394.93 Superior Motor Parts .. shop supplies and tools ........................... 571.23 Superior Outdoor Power Center, Inc., parts ......................... 567.96 Superior Publishing ....... printing and and publishing .................... 46.80 Weldon Industries, Inc., parts 677.57 Wilson, Tom, prior service .......... 25 Windstream, telephone and internet service ................. 168.45 911 SERVICE South Central Public Power, + . . utilities ............................. 237.40 Windstream, 911 telephone service .......................................... 959.64 NOXIOUS WEED Central Community College, dues and subscriptions ........... 160 Superior Outdoor Power Center, Inc,, parts ........................... 40.13 US Bank, meals ....................... 20.01 EMERGENCY MANAGER C & M Supply. fuel ............... 155.27 US Bank, fuel ............ 40.50 Verizon Wireless, cellular telephone service ................................ 46.53 Werhman, Von, meal reimburse- ment ...................................... 9.08 Windstream, telephone service ................ : ................ 71.44 CANINE FUND Mikkelsen Farm and Lumber, supplies .............................. 22.89 INHERITANCE TAX Midland Area Agency on Aging mem bership fees .............................. 1.432 Nuckolls County Treasurer inter-fund transfer-to liability claim .............................. 250,000 South Central Economic Development Dst, 2010 dues .................... 3.000 There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 12:05 p.m. until March 8, 2010. Danny K. Corman. Chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum. County Clerk ll-lc (Published March 18. 2010 in The Superior Express. Notice of Meeting City of Superior Council A special meeting of the mayor and council of Superior. Neb. was convened in open and punic sesmon on the 8th day of March. 2010 in the conference room of the city-utility building at 7 p.m. Present were coun- cil members. Littrell, Ward. Worm. Lemke. Schmidt. Absent: Springer. Notice of the meeting was gwen in advance thereof by posting m the city clerk's office, municipal library and public safety buildin g, the designated method of giving notice. Availability of the proceedings hereafter shown was taken while the convened meet- ing was open to the public. The mayor noted that a copy of the Open Meet- ings Act was posted on the west wall and available for public review. Coun- cil. by majority vote. accepted Springer's absence. Mayor Maxey presided at the meeting. The purpose of the special meeting was to have a discussion on the storm sewer design which was presented by Larry Brittenham. Utility Manager. Sam Clark. mty comptroller, then dis- cussed financing options. Consensus of the council to wait until 2011. after surveys are completed to see how grant funding would be of Ilelp. Meeting adjourned. Billy J. Maxey, Mayor Attest: Jan Diehl, City Clerk 11-1c Obituaries Barbara Sheets Barbara Ann Sheets, 58, the daugh- ter of Lelafid and Lyda (Geiswinkler) Bargen, was born Oct. 6. 1951, at Su- perior. She died Thursday at her home in Superior. Barb graduated from Superior High School and the University of Nebraska. She was a lifetime member of Salem Lutheran Church. She was united in marriage to Mich- ael Sheets on June 24, 1989. at Salem Lutheran Church. rural Superior. Barb worked for Central National Bank, after serving as a math teacher at the Shelton. Neb.. high school. Barb liked to read. had traveled to many countries and en- joyed watching Nebraska football. She was a member of the NSEA holding the past office of treasurer and she also held church offices at Salem Lutheran Church. She was a past Lady Vesty parade chairperson. Survivors include her husband. Mike. Superior; a daughter. Mrs. Jeff Weber (Laura), Lincoln. Neb.; two sons. Mike Nelson. Grand Island. and Jeff Nelson. Lincoln; four grandchil- dren. Ethan Weber. Skylee, Tycen and Kameron Nelson: parents. Leland and Lyda Bargen: two sisters. Mrs. Roger Vollertsten Sharon). Syracuse. Neb.. and Mrs. Brian Christy (Nancy), Lin, coln: and a brother. Steve Bargen. Su- perior. Her funeral was held Monday at Salem Lutheran Church with the Rev. Evelyn Phillips officiating. Pallbear- ers were Lynn Bargen. Kevin Bargen. Lonnie Bargen, Vaughn B argen, Daryl Wilton. Vic Bargen, Terry B argen and Matt Bargen. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior. Megrue-Price Funeral Home. Supe- rior. was in charge of arrangements. Fern Peters Fern Rosella Peters. 97. the daugh- ter of Stanley and Alice (Felton) Adamson. was born April 28.1912 on a farm near Angus. She died Friday at the Good Samaritan Center. Superior. Fern attended Eden school south of Wauneta. Neb. She was baptized as a young lady in the Little Blue River near Angus and was a member of the Nelson Church of Christ. She was united in marriage to Forrest Peters on Aug. 15, 1932. in McCook. To this union were born three children. Fern lived in the communines of Boulder. 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Dr. Joseph, Andrea, Laurel and Alex 785-527-5602 • www.josephfischerdds.com .a munitiesofAngus,Wauneta, Holdrege, Hastings. and Nelson. She was a mem- ber of the Eden Sunshine Club and the Nelson Quilting Ladies. Her hobby was quilting. She was preceded in death b3 her parents: her husband Forrest. on Jan. 6. 1996: son. Wayne: grandsons. Bob Peters. Donald Peters and Dirk Cain: three sisters. Florence Maris. Mildred Beezley and Lila Prior. S urwvors include daughters, Phylli s Yvonne Filer. Dacono. Colo.. Mrs. Ronald Friberg (Delores), Nelson; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and six great-great -grandchildren. Her funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday from the Klawitter-Price Fu- neral Home Chapel. Nelson. with Bro Tom Reppart officiating. Pallbearers will be Leonard Cain. Robert Friberg and Fred Kidder. Honorary pallbear- ers will be Gregory Bingham. Gregory Kidder and Michael Kidder. Interment will be in the Edgar Cemetery. Pallbearers were Leonard Cain. Robert Friberg, Fred Kidder. Merlin Prior. Larry Th0rnberry and Jim Woerner. Honorary pallbearers were Gregory Bingham. Justin Cain. Gre- gory Kidder. Michael Kidder mad Gary Peters. Richard VanWie Richard VanWie. 76. the SOl| Of Earl Francis and Ruth (LoringerJ VanWie. was born March 27. 1933 al Cotmcil Bluffs. Iowa He died Thurs- day at Brodstone Memorial Hospital Richard was a long-time clienl of Mid Nebraska [ndividual Services of Superior. His funeral was held Tuesday at the Williams Funeral Home Chapel in Sulerior." with Pastor Dave Coleman officiating. Burial wilt be at a later date. Philip Henderson Philip A. Henderson. 96. Lincoln. Neb., died Monday. He was Feb. 9. 1914, in Superior. The son of Roy J. and Minnie Rose ,Bosserman) He nderson. A retired professor of ag- ricultural economics he was associated with the University of Nebraska at Lincoln from 1950 until 1978. A mem- ber of Lincoln's First Presbyterian Church he served as elder. rustee and church treasurer. He was a and 50-5 ear choir member. Other memberships m- • clude Gamma Sigma Delta Honorary Society, Alpha Zeta Honorary Society and the Farm House fraternity. Surviw)rs include a daughters. Sigrid Bergman. Lincoln. and Susan Henderson. St. Paul. Minn.: a son. Steven Henderson. Lincoln:five grand- daughters: and R)ur great-grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by his wife. Jo. a son, Scott; son-in-law; par- ents and two sisters. His funeral will be at 11 a.m. Satur- day at the First Presbyterian Church, The Rev. Dr. Brent Johnston will offi- ciate. Visitation will be from 2to 8:00 p.m. Friday with family greeting friends from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Roper and Sons. 4300 'O' Street. IIII Courthouse News Nuckolls County lu,i County Court-Traffic Jeremy L. Tatro. Lincoln. speed- ing, $25. Garold E. Barrett, Beatrice, CMV MCSAP 14 Hour Rule Interstate, $50. Tad R. Frahm, Nelson, overweight Tandem Axle. $75. David A. Kirchhoff. Hardy. Over- weight Tandem Axle: $25 County Court-Civil Credit Bureau of Hastings vs. Hillary Grijalva, Superior, judgment entered. County Court-Criminal Martha Nelson. Superior. theft- unlawful taking $0-$200. $100 June Pumphrey, Mankat0, Kan,, two counts, issue bad check. $200 to less than $50. $100 fine on each count Jason S. Miller. Superior. aiding and abetting aclassthrec misdemeanor. $500. District Court-Civil Michael B. Covey vs. Sabrina A. Covey, petitton l'or dissolution of mar- rtage. Tami Ann Duester vs. Rodney Walt Duester. decree of dissolution granted. Real Estate Transfers Willard Karmazin. Bernadine Karmazin to Gerald L. Buschkoetter: NE I/4 13-3-7. William E. B. Hamilton. Mary J. Hamilton to Lyndell Charbonneau: Lot 8 in Block 30. East Superior of Supe- rior. Nuckolls County Neb. Don L. Robb, Susan M. Robb to Ashley J. Clark. Derek E. Clark: Lot 4C and Pt. Lot 4B in Block I. Guthries Subdivision of Hunters First Addition of Superior. Nuckolls County Ne- braska. Kimberly G. Bruning to Jon A. Bruning: Pt Lot 13, 14 in Block 29, Original Town o1' Superior. Nuckolls County Nebraska. Robert Erickson, Betsy R. Barkdoll to Kris Nicholson: Pt. NW I/4 33-I-6 Billy Erickson. Carlita K. Erickson to Kris Nicholson: Pt. NW I/4 33-I-6: Pt. N 1/'2 SW 1/4 33-1-6. National U S Bank Association. ND to Mark Betka. Cindy Betka: PI Lot 3 in Block 3. Hunters First Addition of Superior. Nuckolls County Nebraska. (A) It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dog or cat to allow that dog or cat to run at large at any time within the corporate limits of the municipality• All clogs and cats found running at large upon the streets and public grounds of the munmipality are hereby declared a public nuisance. It shall be the duty of the municipal police to cause any dog or cat found to be running at large within the municipality to be taken to and impounded or killed in a local licensed veterinarianfacility. (B) For the purpose of this section the following def n t on shall apply unless the context clearly ntcates or reqmred a different meaning: Running at Large. Any dog or cat found off the premises of the owner and not under control of the owner or a responsible person, either by leash, cord, chain, wire, rope, cage or other suitable means of physical restraint In the event the dog or cat is licensed, the police shall immediately notify the licensed owner that they have impounded the dog or cat, and the owner shall have 72 hours in which to reclaim the dog or cat. The owner may reclaim the dog or cat upon repayment of a $5 penalty and expenses for permitting the dog or cat to run at large. Any dog Or cat remaining unclaimed for a period of 72 hours shall be disposed of as ordered by the Police Chief. City Ordinance 97.20 License Required Any person who shall own. keep, or harbor a dog or cat over the age of 6 months within the municipality shall within 30 days after acquisition of the dog or cat acquire a license for each dog or cat annually. A certificate that the dog or cat has had a rabies shot shall be presented when the license is applied for at the city clerk's office and no license or tag shall be issued until the certificate is shown. The fee is $5 for each male or spayed female dog or cat and $10 for each unspayed female dog or cat. City of Superior dan Diehl, City Clerk More Sports