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given that Adjustment of Superior, hold a Public the following ap- in building ZA73-4 by Val of on Lot 3, Lillich Nebraska. ZA73-5 by Seripter for of a garage 22, North Superior, be held in the Chambers of the at 7:30 11, 1973. At such zllin- cases will Zoning McNu/ty, 13-1c HEARING FOR given that 53-132 and Paragraph 7, a held before the Corn- County, Courthouse in on April 2, upon the Country ofit Cor- retail liquor Southwest , 12, Township 7 West of the 6th County, of March, of Neb. lc the Superior 1973) ( l"irsi Published in the Superior Express March 15, 1973) NOTICE TO ('ONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received at ~he office of the County Clerk at ,he C-url tIouse in Nelson, Nebraska, until April 3, 1973, at 2 ,'clock p.m., and at that time publicly opened and read for SAND GRAVEL SURFACING ,,f {he county roads within the C,)unty of Nuckolls. Approximate quantities of gravel desired on original contract are as flfllows: I. For entire County, at least 16,000 yards. Pro-rated as approximately 1,000 yards per precinct, more or less. Successful bidders shall, befi)re removing pumps at the completion of the contracts, give notice to the County G,mmissioners of the com- plclion or near completion of the original contract at which time the Ca)unty shall have the .p(ion of requiring delivery of addilional quantities of not less han 2,000 yards. All work under contract is to be completed I,cfi re Sept. 1, 1973. Bids shall be submitted on a "pet" yard per precinct" basis, and also on a "per yard at pit" basis and all bids shall give h cation of pits. Gravel shall conform to State Specifications, which are available at the office of the County Engineer in Nelson, or may be obtained from the Department of the Roads and h'rigation at Lincoln, Nebraska. All bidders will be required to furnish and file with each proposal, a certified check made payable to the County Clerk of Nuckolls County, in an amounl of not less than $100 to guarantee his performance if his proposal be accepted. All successful bidders are required to furnish evidence of adequate Workmen's Com- pensation Insurance in effect fi)r the term of the contract. The County reserves the right to waive any or all teclanicalities and to reject any HEARING 4385 of Marie M, or all bids for the precincts of ased; In the the County indicated. of Nuckolls By order of the Board of of Nebraska ss.: in said ta of of Arthur Administrator of said estate set down for on April 9, n., when contest the 16, 1973. Judge A 12-3c the Superior 1973) be received at County Clerk of Nelson, 30 p.m. on the 1973 for the the following : at Which time the PUblicly opened and elevating Tractor truck for the above ',an be obtained Engineer's County, County Board of reserves the any informalities or reject any or all GJunty Commissioners. Board of County Corn- n) issioners Nuckolls County, Nebraska By: Nora Wehrman County Clerk 11-3c (First Published in the Superior Express March 15, 1973) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the County Clerk at the Court- house in Nelson, Nuckolls G~unty, Nebraska, until 10:00 a.m. on April 3, 1973 for the hdlowing lumber and bridge real eriais: All lumber Io be Construction and belier, rough sawn Douglas Fit" of the West Coast region. All trealed lumber to be pressure I reated to a final net retention of 8 p,und No. 1 cresote oil, to be incised before treatment. All lumber to be inspected in the white and after treatment by an accredited West Coast in- spection agency. Time limit on deliveries as follows: Carload not to exceed 30 days on un- trealed material and 60 days on reated material. Less than carh)ad quantities for im- mediate delivery. Bids are requested on the h)llowing sizes in carload and LCL quantities, F.O.B. any point in Nuckolls County: 3 x 12 -- 16' to 24' 4 x 12 -- 16' to 24' 6 x 16 -- 28' to 30' 6 x 18 -- 32' to 40' 10 x 10 -- 16' to 24' of County Com- Nebraska County II-3c Creosoted Southern Yellow Pine Piling, 8" tip, natural aper, treated 8 pound No. 1 grade creosote oil; 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 25, 30. and 35 foot lengths. s Vita SaveYour lost r t and a'- p o eJn in the grass protect your grass POison. cattle from In ,. o. o,e,n In tralfa, 2 Ibs. of protein In t os. Prairie hay, 2 Ibs of protein v tOS. Corn stalks, 2 Ibs. of protein Use Vita Ferm 4V2 cents per head per , and Save this Protein WHY BUY IT? aska 225-2277 NeQI troyer 225-5531 Neb. Jve Cadams Grain Phone 879-8351 Superior, Neb. Abdal Grain Co. Phone 879-8366 Superior, Neb. All bi(Is shall I)e for a price to I)(, g~),)(I fin" a period of one year at (,r award of contract. All bids submilted shall be svah'd and marked on outside *'t'r~,p,~sal for lumber and piling" and a certified check in he amount of $2,500.00 payable . C,,unty Clerk of Nuckolls (',,un ~. or cash, shall be en- cl.sed, which will be forfeited 1o *he C.unly in case the bidder =(,luses or fails to enter into a ,',,nlract and give bond in the mallner or f(wm as required by ~h(' ('ounl y. The Board reserves the right ,, rejecl any or all bids and to rejeo any or all kinds or classes , ,1 malerials if same fail to meet ~p(,cifical ions. l'ublished by order of the I~oavd .f County Com- missicmers of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. By Nora Wehrman County Clerk 11-3c ( First Published in the Superior Express March 15, 1973) N(YFI('E TO CREDITORS Estate No. 4383 of Claude D. Snyder, deceased; In the C,,unty Court of Nuckolls C, unl y, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska; ss.: All creditors of said estate take notice Ihat the time limited for filing claims against said estate is June 23, 1973, and for payment of debts is July 1, 1974, and that a hearing will be had .n July 5, 1973, at 2 o'clock p.m., in this Court, when I will examine and allow, disallow or adjusl all claims and objections duly filed and enter an order barring all claims not filed. Dated March 13, 1973. (Seal) Lee Wall Associate County Judge Gem'ge F. Johnson, jr., AI torncy 11-3(: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the City Planning Commission of the City of Superior, Nebraska, will hold a Public Hearing on the following request for a zoning amend- ment: Petition No. 273-2 by James Schlarb to change the zoning from "A" Agricultural to "1-2" Heavy Industrial district on a 1.6 acre tract of land adjacent to the east side of Herman Bros., Inc., truck terminal at the in- tersection of State Highway 8 and the Chicago & North- western railroad tracks to the East of the City of Superior in Section 25, Township 1 North, - I ~ I Range 7 West, in Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Area is to be used for a diesel repair business. Hearing will be held in the Community Room of the Security National Bank at.8:00 p.m, on April 16, 1973. At such time and place all persons in- terested in the above case will be heard. City Planning Commission Jack Stinson, Chairman 13-1c (First Published in the Superior Express March 29, 1973) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate No. 4384 of Howard C. Nicholson, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls Omnty, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss.: All creditors of said estate take notice that the time limited for filing claims against said estate is July 7, 1973, and for payment of debts is August 1, 1974, and that a hearing will be had on July 18, 1973 at 2 o'clock p.m., in this Court, when I will examine and allow, disallow or adjust all claims and objections duly filed and enter an order barring all claims not filed. Dated March 26, 1973. (Seal) Lee Wall Associate County Judge George F. Johnson, jr., Attorney 13-3c NOTICE OI"FER FOR FEDERAL-AID SECONDARY itlGHWAY REARING Pursuant to Federal laws and regulations the County Board of C, mmissioners of Nuckolls County and the Nebraska Department of Roads offers an .pportunity for a COMBINED CORRIDOR AND DESIGN public hearing on highway Project No. S-70(4)305 described as beginning at the southwest corner of Section 18- TIN-R7W and extending along an existing road east two miles, soulh approximately three- fourths mile, and southeast and east approximately one and one-fourth miles to a point near the southeast corner of Section 21-TIN-R7W, Superior West. The County Board and the Nebraska Department of Roads arc required to solicit and consider fully a wide range of factors in determining highway locations and highway designs. Proposals of public and private interests will be extensively coordinated. Procedures are developed to give all interested persons an op_portunity tc II II We have acquired ownership of Ab- stracts, Inc., and will take possession Monday, April 2. We will operate this business at Rhoads Secretarial Building, 436 Commercial, Superior. Your Business Will Be Appreciated. Mr. and Phone 879-4341 Superior, Nebraska More Than a Friend Friendship and caring, Is the Very Reason For Funeral Service Wayne Megrue John Price Serving Superlor and the Surrounding Area. bec,,me fully acquainted with highway proposals of conern to ;h(qn, and an opportunity to express their views at those sl ages of a proposal's developmenl when the flexibilily to respond to these views still exists. A reporl delailing the effect of ~his project on the local en- vironnlcnl is submitted to Federal and State Agencies that may have an interest in the pr.p ,sed improvement. This reporl is available upon retluest. Therefore, the County Board ,,f Commissioners of Nuckolls C.unty before giving its advise Ihereon extends an opportunity t,,r a public hearing regarding chis mailer. If a public hearing is desired, a written request should be made to the County Clerk of Nuckolls County, at Nelson, Nebraska, on or before the 121h day of April, 1973. In the event a request for a public hearing is made, further notice of the time and place of such hearing will be given. If a request for a hearing is n.t received, as herein stated, Ihe County Board will complete study of the matter and will give its advice thereon. You are requesled to post this NOTICE in a ennspicuous public place fiw the purpose of giving all p,,li/ical or governmental sub- divisions or public corporations in your county an opportunity to know of this matter and to request a hearing, if desired. Dated this 13lh day of March, 1973. James R. Holmes, Engineer Urban and Secondary Roads April 9, 1973, al 10 o'ch)ek a.m., x~hen y,m may appear and c,,olesl the same. Dated March 16, 1973. Seal ) Lee Wall Associale County Judge W. E. Garrison, At 1 orney 12-3C Service Wednesday For Mrs. Stansbury Funeral services for Mrs. Ed Stansbury were held at the Community Church in Formoso lasl Wednesday afternoon. She died Sunday night. Interment was in the Webber Cemetery. Granddaughter Drowns In Pool Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ostdiek of Lawrence attended the funeral of their two-year-old grand- daughter, Jennifer Mitten, at Wuodland Hills, Calif., March 22. Her death was caused by di'owning in a swimming pool. Rites At Formoso For Art Kingsley Funeral services for Arthur Kingsley of Formoso were held at the Formoso Community Church last Thursday af- ternoon. Burial was in the Balch Cemetery, Formoso. Mr. Kingsley died in Texas. He was in the banking business in Formoso for many years. Carl C. Sorenson Dies In Montana Department of Roads Carl C. Sorenson, son of Lincoln, Nebraska 12-2c Frank and Hannah Serenson, was born near Nelson, Neb., tFirst Published in the Superior July 16, 1891, and died March I9 Express March 22, 1973) at Kalispell, Mont. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Estate No. 434.4 of Henry Grummert, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss.: All persons interested in said estate take notice of the filing herein by the executor, of a final report and account of his ad- ministration and a petition praying for final settlement, distribution and discharge, and for determination of the heirs of said deceased, which have been set for hearingin this Court on daughter, He was married to Clara Jacobitz in 1918 at Hastings, Neb. They made their home north of Nelson for several years where their three daughters, Wilma, Norma and Shirley, were born. From there they moved to Kalispell, Mont. Those who preceded him in death were his parents, his wife, and two brothers, Alfred of Hastings and Elmer of Tacoma, Wash., and a sister, Mrs. John Huffman of Judith Gap, Mont. He is survived by his Mrs. Chet Cor- The Superior Clinic will be closed Thursday, the regular day, Friday and Saturday. A registered nurse will be in the office Saturday morning to give the allergy shots. Superior Clinic PC Dr. P. J. Hallgrimson NEW and NEARLY NEW Furniture and AT Located At 101h and Lincoln, Ave., Hebron, Nebr. Sale Starts Promptly at 1: 00 p.m. MARCH 21" COLORED T.V, SETS Zenith 21" colored T.V., console model 1972 21" Packard Bell console model cotored T.V., ex- cellent condition NEW FURNITURE New 2 piece maple bedroom set New 3 piece walnut colored bedroo(n set New 5 piece solid maple dining room set, 4 chairs and table, extra nice Solid maple hutch 4 BICYCLES BABY EQUIPMENT 3 Baby strollers Bassinet Car Seat FURNITURE Coldspot refrigerator with freezer across top Maple Bed Single bed with mattress Box Spring and mattress 2 Chairs 5 Piece dinette set Maple chest Rocker Upholstered rocker Maple sofa Electric blender Electric iron 3 Metal chairs Upholstered chair Electric radio Pole Lamp Ceramic Wall clock Ice box Electric fan Power lawn mower Record Player Several lamps ASSORTMENT OF GLASSWARE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS AUCTIONEERS BILL SVOBODA DICK SCHOENHOLZ Ph. 768-6414 AND Ph. 295-2281 Hebron, Nebr. Ohiowa, Nebr. Thursday, March 29,1973 TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Among Ourselves By H. M. CrUly Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs. I don't really need that much liquor, in fact I don't need any liquor at all, but to keep in practice as an expert typist, I use that line frequently. It contains every letter of the alphabet with only five letters left over. A practice line that is much better known is: "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog," but this line has eight letters to spare, so I prefer the liquor line. I learned to type many years ago, and by use of the well known H&P method, I gained a rate of speed that was con- sidered phenominal at that time. To impress people with my skill I would type these words right before their eyes: "Many men with many minds say the Oliver is the best, and many men with many minds say the Oliver beats the rest, so now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party." Friends who witnessed the demonstration were simply amazed. There is no doubt at all but that the Oliver was one of the best typewriters ever made, and it certainly did beat all of the others of that day. I used my old Oliver for many years, but finally a vital part gave way and I was unable to find repairs. Something happened to cause the demise of this great old machine and I am quite sure that it was because the manufacturers decided to quit advertising, a fatal error, made by so many others who thought they had the world by the tail on a down-hill pull. But there was more truth than poetry to that other part of my old favorite practice line. Now IS the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party--the Grand Old Party that is. They're giving us a bad time down at Washington and we need all the aid we can get. The Democrats are digging and when Democrats start to dig, and if there happens to be skullduggery m the clothes closet, it's time to run for the hills That certain individuals well up in the Republican High Command, either participated in or had knowledge of the Watergate Caper, can no longer be denied. It is time for the top party officials to come clean and tell what they know about that idiotic and abortive attempt to steal Democratic secrets. After all no murders were committed and there was nothing stolen, There was nothing there to steal. The party has survived much greater scandals than this one, so let's come forward now and tell it as it is and let the chips fall where they will. nebuson of Kalispell, Mont., several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Ralph Dichter of Dearhart, Sales of U. S. Savings Bonds Ore., and Mrs. Arnold Johnson in Nuckolls County during of Modesto, Calif.; a brother, January amounted to $30,893 for Frank Sorenson, and sister, 9.9 percent of the county sales Mrs. William Shaw, both of for 1973 according to Arvon Superior; 12 grandchildren and J. Marcotte county chairman. For Dependable Yields Year After Year SEE YOUR MAYGOLD DEALER Werner Reinke Oak, Neb. Eldon Sorensen Ruskin, Neb. Howard Hunter Guide Rock, Neb. J. M. McMannama Republic, Kans. Hoffman Agency Red Cloud, Neb. PLANT MA YGOLD FOR HIGH YIELDS Produced By EARL MAY SEED & NURSERY CO. Shenandoah, Iowa II equipment with now Ford Lawn & Garden Tractor purchase nowl Here's a real convincer to buy nowl Buy a new Ford Lawn and Garden Tractor or Rider Mower and, depending on model, get a mower, dump cart or grass bag attachment FREE! Come in and we'll give you details. SAWNGS LIKE THESE? Model 14S Lawn & Garden Tractor, base price $1,656.00 . Get 50 mower worth $ _at no additional coat. THIS SPECIAL OFFER EXPIRES MAY $I, tJl$. Highway 8 East Superior, Neb.