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/i Thursday, March 24. 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ?~ Central Assoc. of Colleges, dues, 300.00;NSPRA, pare- Insurance Agency, insurance Ernest J. Christ~men to phlets,78.56; O.M. Scott & Sons, premium, 511.00; Superior SarahL. Kastrnp; Lots5~nd6, ~ fertilizer . pafU~tictde . seed Motor Parts, plugs, mirror, Block 23, First Addition ,to I~S acreage reduction trolled with 2,4-D. mest of this N to be leeched into to productive grass pastures Conclusions 2,155.53; at Andersen, couplers, 34.11; Superior Ruskin. , ~ (ARP) and the Red clover can provide 40 tothe soil and avallable to the next without losing a year of Acres.idled in the ARP and mileage, 129.60; Plumbing, insulation, 203.31; Ernest J. Christensen !to in kind (PIK) 60 Ibs. N-acre on soils with a pH crop. production. PIK programs must be Peggy Aldrup, mileage, 25.74; Superior Tire, gasoline, Sarah L. Kastrup; Part SE, farmers andas low as 5.5 Two types are Crops for Grazing Cnol-seascxl grasses, such as protected from wind and water R&MBodyShop, transmission, 2,310.56; Superior Utilities, 16-2-5. opportunities available: mammoth and Farmers and ranchers with brome, orchardgraas, and the erosion and weeds must be 35.00; Raymond R. Cox, service, 2,125.16; Toarle List, Gordon and Waneta Watts~to return from idle medium. Mammothlsheslcallylivestock have more up- wheatgrassesshould be seeded controlled. This requirement mileage, 54.22; Rose Fintel, NAESP expenses, mileage, Charles J. and Ann M. Watts; land must he a one-cut clover and will not portunlties for economic return in early spring if no herbicide should be viewed as an up- expense relmb., 3.45; SNB-Cash 755.64; The Gas Service, ser- N, 11-4-7. from wind and water produce flowering stems the from idled acres than cash carryover (atrazino or Treflan) pertunity to improve the Reserve Acct., interest, 995.31; using seeded or seeding year. Medium red grain producers. In addition to is likely. August seedings will economic return from the land. Standard of America, Ins. crops or crop residue clover is a two-trot clover, can using the previously mentioned reduce weed competition and Legumes can improve soft and premium, 422.04; Superior previsusyearatleast produce seed the year of legumes forsoilimprovement, the likelihood of carryover increase soil nitrogen. Tbey can Electric, repairs, 61.44; cover, seeding under favorable con- these legumes can also provide herbicide injury, provide off-season grazing, as Superior Family Medical must also be con-ditions, and will yield slightly grazing following the growing can summer ammals and small Center, bus driver exam, 36.00; such as 2, 4- more than mammoth. Both red and effective seed production and biennial Perennial and weeds may control will control Tillage can be also, but adequate and land protection maintained. managed, erusion control fertilizer btlis, grazing, or for permanent be seededmination, requiring higher prevent them from becomingAction was taken to: expense relm., 10.75; Elizabeth to build-upseeding rates for satisfactory overly mature and lower in feed Adopt the 1983-64 school Kindscher, Feb. mileage, in the soft and stands. Avoid seed that contains value. The sweet sorghumscalondar 183.06; Elmer Drube, trash Soilroattertfltl~Grain problem weedseeds. . (often called sorgo or cane) Transfer funds to Band Ac- service, 108.75; ESU No. 9, following yearAll legume seeds should he have sweet, juicy stems and are tivity Account purchased services, a-v ~sup- from the soft im- inoculated with proper type of generally mo~t nutritious for Adopt revision of Bylaw 9120 plies, 15,114.82; Gambles, main. and fertilizer bills ineculant just prior to seeding, grazing shortly after heads Adopt revisionof Policy 5122.1 supplies, 5.35; Harcourt Brace due to nitrogen This step insures that the plant emerge. They should he seeded and 6120 Jovanovich, texts. 122.06; Holt the soil. will fix nitrogen for return to the between June 15 and July 15. Approve 1500.00 payment for Rinehart & Winston, work- is one of the best soil. It is also inexpensive, True sundangrass varieties participation on two students in books, 55.00; Ideal Market, soil improvement,costing less than 50 cents per should be seeded in July. The a summer program meeting expenses, 21.57; In- soil improvement is acre. feed value of sudangrass Approve expenditure of formatioual Research, books, y sowing in spring. Atrazine carryover can declines rapidly after ECIA; Chapter 2 funds for 35.00; varieties will fix more destroy legume seedlings. If 2 seedheads emerge. The sum- Apple computers James Mitchell mlg., relmb., thanotn annual varieties or more pounds active atraziue mar annuals are particularly Accept resignation of a 44.88; KOISO, custodial supplies, bloom until the were applied to the previous good choices where atrazine Coaches-aide 923.51; Kiwanis Club, meeting Year. Sweetclovercrop, do not seed legumes. On carryover is expected:, Assign an Assistant Girls expenses, 88.80; Lawson grow well on less than 6.0 or not well drained. It can Somewhat saline Seed should be before sowing to seed. Nitrogen the first year ranges from on growth. vice, 7,150.37; Vrgey Building, District Court repair parts, 1.59; ~ler's, Ethel I. Dalrymple vl~. filters, wrench, wipers, 45.52; Richard E. Burns d-b-a Die, k Winger-Jones, music supplies, B u r n s C o n s t r u c t i o n ; 29.16; Superior Publishing, satisfaction of judgment. printing, 119,95; ESU No. 10, data processing, 144.61; Payroll Kraus receives Account, salaries-benefits, season. Care must be taken, Where atrazino carryover is grains. Permanent vegetation Superior High School Activity clover types are probably best however, to avoid bloat. Bloat expected, seed warm-season can be established without Account, transfer of funds, suited foruseinmixtureswith preventing chemicals, such as grasses, especially big losing the usual year of 2,790.00; Superior Implement, 95,2445.79. early selection other legumes and-or grasses poloxalene, can he fed to cattle, bluestem or switchgrass. These production. Special weed repair parts, S7~39; Superior Total $139,377.67 Kelly Kraus, son of MdW servation use acres, legume top has been killed by a Prompt establishment and without sacrificing a crop. ~({'--- Courthouse N~ ![ Kraus, Syracuse, has .been Alsike clover grows well on herd freeze, bleat is unlikely to substantial growth of these Other opportunities can be specially identified for early promotion to senior airman in heavy soils that are too wet for occur. Some of the nitrogen.that grasses can be expected dm'in~ pursued by contacting local W~ ..... ~ the u.s, Air Force. most other legumes. It tolerates would have been returned to the the first year by using atrazine extension agents, SCS, and a soil pH as low as 5.0 and i~ soil from incorporating the for weed control. ASCS personnel. The airman was awarded the more tolerant of alkaline soLls entire growth will he lost due to Traffic Court Superior Traffic Court new rating ahead of other Air than mest legumes" It shuld he grazing" Hwever' most will be I -bIIc ............. 11' Speedtllg: Gerald 1~1' Hick" Patricia Lalldatler' speeding' FOrce members by a ''belOw" used in mixtures where returned through livestock Notices man, 110; Michael O. Mc- $10 and costs, the-zone" promotion board variable soil conditions exist, excreta. U Dowell, 125; Jack W. Coffman,Probate Department which considered job per- Normal seed supplies of these Summer annuals can provide $13; Harlan H. Bobling, $19; Conservatorship of William formance, military knowledge, legumes will probably fall short excellent late fall-early winter - Arden D. Peterson, 10; Karen Larkins; inventory and petition hearing and self-improvement of 1983 demand. Use care in grazin~ They shon]d be seeded SUPERIOR SCHOOL BOARD Publications, shipping charges, K. Schardt, $I0. for authority to sell real efforts. selecting seed, since some seed early enough to produce high SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2.01; D-K Industries, custodial Brian D. Karnatz, no property. Krans is a law enforcement lots may have reduced ger- yields but late enough to March l4,11~3 supplies, 246.20; Don Finial, registration, $10 and costs. Estate of Irene B. Andersen; specialist at McConnet Air ~. another excellent creases. On soils subject to high Hay yields of 1% to 3 toss-acre Like erosion potentials, sow aor 2 to 4 animal unit months of it grows best onmixture of grasses and grazing can be expected from soils with a pH legumes. Desirable grasses for this wheat. non-hardy soil as hardy about 80-100 lrdy varieties are same land will ~' for two years if the a alkaline soil, lower rates of Small grains seededin August Varsity Track Coach ~ Products, custodial supplies, atrazine may carryover inwill provide excellent green Vendors $39,385.57, Payroll 33.90; LEA Account, UPS sufficient quantities to damage pasture through early winter. $96,246.79, Transfers 13,745.31 charges reimb., 6.19; Lincoln legumes. When in doubt, test Cats will be killed by winter Total Warrants $139,377.67 Telephone, service, 219.76; carryover with an eats growout cold but winter wheat and rye -s-Darlene Pete~en Lynn's House of Music, P. A. before seeding. Refer to should survive to provide ad- Clerk repairs, Ca's, 183.25; Martens NchGuide 74-113 "A Quick Test ditional early grazing next March 1983 Bills Repair, welding, 7.50; Mullet's, for Atrazine Carry-over" for spring. Winter wheat seeded Alexander Motors, repairs, water heater, 159.00; Nab. procedures, last fall can be harvested for 51.06; B & S Tire, repair parts, Assoc. of School Beards, books, Seed all legumes in spring to hay ~ grazed before dough46.25; Bill Morris Ford, leasing, 6.00; Net). Dept of Ed, Nab. maximize soil nitrogen in-stage and no later than June l5. repairs, 3,353.00; Coast to texts, 330.00; Neb. School Bd Coast, repair and main. sup- Assoc., dues, 1,105.00; Neb. )lies, 70.96; College Board Scientific, supplies, 6.95; North mixtures include brome, or- 8eedlngPermanentPasture chardgrass, tall rescue, Establishing pastures often bluegrass, and annual ryegraes, reduces production from the Oats can be seeded as a com- land during the period of panion crop at about 20-35 Ibs- establishment. This sometimes acre (two-thirds to I bushel) but lasts for o~e year or more. Since heads must be clipped before many of the idled acres will be the dough stage, on soil that is marginal for ~Mttch~of t~.~availableN f~om~ graio cro~i~_ ~ ts loca.te .the taxe re.to growth. Weathering wtu cause perturdty to return mese mnos Whitney--Thompson Insurance Agency, Inc. Auto-Homeowners-Farm-Commercial Top Companies-Competitive Rates INSURANCE IS OUR FULL TIME JOB Phone 402-879-3315 1 1 7 West Third Street-Superior, Nebraska rapid soft in We will offer at public auction the follow,ng described property at the tarm located 2 miles south and 1~ mile east of Hubbell, Neb., or 3 miles west, 1 mile north and I/2 mile west of Narka, Kan. Beginning at 12:30p.m. on growth. It is better sandy and droughty most commonly will tolerate low as 5.0. Hairy much as 80 the succeeding seed should he seeding hairy if wheat or rye on ~e same land in years. It can problem in can he con- i,~ ~ TRACTORS MACHINERY MISCELLANEOUS ~1~' 4(,30 Diesel Triple Hyd., 1974 Hesston 2000.150Silage ~.-,ver ~.. ITEMS .qrewil~'~', Cab & Air, 18.4x38 Chopper, Pull Type with Electric q ~ ,. UUals 3200 Hrs rhi is Knife Sharpener. To be sold with I~litio Ur.tractor in excellent 2-row 32" to 38" head. This Tank chopper has cut less than 40 I It I~, 500 Gal. Propane ~ ~e:w"" to;tsSU--eM. Has Alum. acres so is ,ust like new and has 300 Gal. Diesel Tank on Iron Stand I~ ' r Pack. Good " been shedded. Bale Elevator, 25' with 1 H.P. Elec. Motor Brand new pickup head for above 2-20'x~" Gram Augers curler. Never been used. 10" Sweep Auger I.H. No. 470 19'6" Tandem D~sk w- 10 I00 Lb. Propane [Softies TRUCKS wings Truck Wheels I.H. 13' Pull Type Chisel Plow with 24' Ext. Ladder V.8, 4-Spd., 2- Cyl. Shovels & Points Big Grindstone on Stand w-3 H.P. 330 Feed I.H, No. 550 $-16"' Semi-MountedElec. Single Phase Motor Steerable, Hi Clearance, Mold 75 Lb. Anvil 2-Spd, Board Plow with Rolling Curlers SO Lb. Anvil Hoist & J.D.D, Co. Pull Type Weed Sprayer Post Drill - with 300 Gal. Fibreglas Tank,8 H.P. Gas Engine 4-SIxl., 2- Booms, and Plastic Hoses and Metal Circular Abrasive Disk Saw & Hoist Good Pump wiJh 2 H.P Elec. Motor 4-Row McCormick, 3-PL Rotary Sickle For Mower. 9' Moldboard Lister with MarkerS, New Gehl Chopper Parts To Be SOld By Grandy Boxes Etc. Other New Parts Hilmar Krueger 4-Row I.H. 2.Pt. Rear Mounted Lots of Good Used Barbed Wire Cultivator Elec. Wire, Posts, & Fencer ,ctor Rollamatic 2-110 Gal. Saddle Tank Set with 20 Big Poles . Brackets Iron Rack CUStom 800 14' Self-2-PI. Blade, Rear Mounted Used Iron ~"x' ~'" I.H. 2-Pt. 9' Mower Acetylene Welder on Cart ~Veling Feed Table, J.D. Low Wheel 7"x18 Grain Drill 20th Century Elec. Welder, 220 Volt 30"x6" Auger with Gas Motor on Cart Welding Table .Planks, Good J.G. No. 54 Power Take-Off Manure 2 Big Bench Vises on Steel Stand Spreader,Good Condition, 3 Hydraulic Jacks 175 So, Shedded Tap & Dye Sat Henke 20" Stationary Roller Mill Lotsof GooD Wrenches & Tools of All L'~ler with 20 H.P. Elec. 3.Ph, Mater Kinds Asst. Oil Filters & Repairs lVer AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All items - Frankine '/~ H.P, Well Pump Feed Bunks in good condition. Almost Oil Pumo & Barrels everything wes stored in new Knipcosoace Heater~ Oilers steel building. Not many small Many More items Too Nbmerous to Used Tin items so be on time. Mention TERMS: Cash. No properly removed until settled for. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Clerk Marie Mikkelsen AUCTIONEERS ikkelsen - ---- il I I I I It I &R 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. Alma, Nebraska Tuesday, March ! 5th sold 1,252 head of cat- tle. We had a lot of cancellations due to the muddy roads. They will all he in next week. Here's how they sold: 8utcher cows from ..................... $39.50 - $50.00 Heiferettes to .................................. $63.00 Outcher bulls from ...................... $49.50 - $55.50 Baby calves to ........................ ~;155.00 per head STEERS 195 Ibs,. Republican ............................ $82.00 347 Ibs,. 0rleans ............................... $80,00 376 Ibs., Riverton ............................... $79.00 399 Ibs.. Blue Hill .............................. $78.00 400 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $70.00 445 Ibs.. Kensington ............ ................ S77.50 465 Ibs.. Wilcox ................................ $76.00 533 Ibs.. Blue Hill .............................. $73.75 544 Ibs.. Wilcox ................................ $73.00 577 Ibs.. Blue Hill .............................. $72.25 623 Ibs.. Wilcox ................................ $73.00 644 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $70.00 672 Ibs., Edison ................................ $69.25 694 Ibs.. Republican City ........................ $68.50 735 Ibs.. Orleans ................................ $68.25 819 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $08.60 844 Ibs.. Orleans ............................... $67.60 HEIFERS 227 Ibs.. Holbreek .............................. $74.00 290 Ibs.. Orleans ............................... $71.50 294 Ibs.. Franklin ................ : .............. $68.00 35f Ibs.. Orleans ................. ~ ............ $68.50 409 Ibs., Hiverton ............................... $60.25 438 Ibs.. Hed Cloud ............................. $67.25 443 Ibs.. Orleans ............................... $66.50 481 Ibs.. Orleans ............................... $07.75 537 Ibs.. Orleans ............................... $67,00 583 Ibs.. Wilcox ................................ $65.00 584 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $64.75 602 Ibs.. Edison ................................ $64.25 630 ibs.. Kerwin ................................ $65.00 654 Ibs., Wilcox ................................ $64.00 065 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $63.75 665 Ibs.. Hiverton ............................... $65.00 677 Ibs.. Kensington ............................ $64.50 772 Ibs.. Oxford .................................. $65.00 855 Ibs.. Franklin ................................ $04.50 860 Ibs.. Cambridge ............................. $63.00 910 Ibs., Oxford ................................ $61.25 For More Information or Consignments. Please Call e, oliect: Larry Freeland, 308-920-2139 Abe Parish, 308-928-2634 6ene 61anzer, 308-493.5679 And in the Stockton Area 8ethyl 8igge, 9.13-425-6470 P Alma, Nebraska Reginald D. Rhoads, no order for complete settlement force Base, Wichita. registration, $10 and costs, and receipts. His wife, Kristin, is ~e Rtcky. L. Boardman, no Estate of Orville C. Grum. daughter of Mr. and M~s. operator's license, $50 and mart; inventory. George Edwards, Superior. costs. Real EstateTransfers He is a 1980 graduate ]of Gay E. Boardman, no Florence Frye, personal Superior High School. registration, $10 and costs, representative, to Iva M. and Modern postage stamps canoe Douglas Sells, no reciprocity, Robert E. Lanimm; ES ef 127 and costs. Block 22, O. T. Nelson. into use in 1840. Larry Helnrichs, three counts of no current registration, $66, and count four, overlength, $I0 and costs. This year with over 100 changes in the tax laws and forms, you have more chances of making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS audit. If H&R Block prepares your taxes and you'ro audited. we go with you at no added cost. Not as your legal representative, but to explain how your taxes were prepared If we make a mistake and you owe additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay the penalty and interest. HsR BLOCK The new tax lows. This year's #l reoson to go to R&R|lock. 120 West 4th 402-879-331 I 9-6. MOH.-FRI., 9.5 SAT. APPOIMTMERTS AIIAILABLL i O O0 O O0 oo~me~v4111me. Q o ~ Taking Applications :::! * anager For Superior Municipal Swimming Poolii Only Written Resumes Considered !!I Send or Take to Park Board, c/o City Clerk ~ i No Later than 5:00 p.m., April ! :iv nd Used Kirbys Sales and Service Stop in and see me at the Sears Store )Prior, Nebraska ...................... Date Check Was Writteh ................... To Whom Check Was Written ............................. Amount Of Cho, ............................. Date ......................... Endorsed For Do CANCELLED CHECK WILL REMEMBER FOR YOU. THEY PROVIDE A PERMANENT RECORD AND PROOF 0F EVERY_ : PAYMENT. YOU'LL VALUE THIS FEATURE IN A :: Superior, Nebraska 402-87 Neb. Brad Elting "226.3271 Deshler, Neb. F Lunch On Grounds