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i, pupils attending Sacred Heart School used the fence around the school's platform ;to put up the sign, "PCay for Peace." In view of the terrorists threats which followed the 9-11 bombings, D Lawrence Locomotive reports the simple sign became a source of pride for the people of the Village night in late March vandals changed the word "Peace" to read "Beer." The Locomotive editor noted nonexistent but the blow to the community pride was great. The school changed the wording ge was noticed but many community residents were left wondering just what kind of people a joke of the killing of thousands of people on Sept. 11. p Lawrence residents honor veterans States flag is waving proudly over the Veteran's Memorial in the Village of Lawrence's East f the park began in September of 2000 when the community's American Legion post announced plans Imunity residents who had served their country's armed forces. project was nearly completed. with the inscribed names of veterans. The names of those killed in action, prisoners of war and placed on two pillars located in front of the wall. When completed 297 veterans were honored been made to add additional names. a 45-ton tank was moved into place just east of the wall. Before the engine, transmission and other the tank had an estimated weight of 57 tons. A farm tractor was used to tow the tank from tank ormerly used by the U.S. Army was donated to the Legion for display at the memorial. The is pictured in the background. DARE awards presented to Superior 5th graders i By Anita J. Stone Superior Public Schools 5th grad- ersMichael Petersen and Cody Butler were winners of the D.A.R.E. ticket sales contest held recently to fund the group's upcoming day-long outing to Hastings. Petersen and Butler were awarded D.A.R.E, mascot stuffed animals at the close of their Tuesday meeting at North Ward School by Scott Stemper, Nuckolls County sheriff' s deputy and D.A.R.E. co-ordinator. Petersen sold 150 tickets, and Butler sold I l0 tick- ets. They were the top ticket sellers for their respective 5th grade classes. The end of the year trip to Hastings will include activities at the Champion's Sports Complex and a meal at Valentino's. Joining the 28 5th graders from Superior will be 18 5th graders from the Lawrence-Nelson school. D.A.R.E. is a program designed to help children and youth avoid illegal drug use, but also includes lessons on personal safety, consequences, resist- ing skills, building self-esteem, being assertive, managing stress without drugs, and how media can influence behavior. Michael Petersen is presented a D.A.R.E. mascot stuffed animal by Scott Stemper for being the top ticket seller in his 5th grade class. The funds raised from the tickets will go toward the group's upcoming outing to Hastings. Sutton firemen receive 1982 truck from Pennsylvania The Sutton Volunteer Fire Depart- ment has obtained a 1982 E-I heavy rescue truck. The truck which was first usedby a Pennsylvania fire depart- ment, has an 18-foot box and the ca- paci)/to haul th"e department's equip- ment included Jaws of Life, cribbing andstabilization equipment and fire fighting gear while transporting five firemen. Lights and a generator 6unted on the truck Will help when responding to calls at night. Aurora Population Up New population signs were erected last month at Aurora, Neb. Since the 1990 census the community's popula- tion increased 415 to 4,225. Hamilton County was one of 40 Nebraska coun- ties to report a population increase during the last census. The county popu- lation is up 6.1 percent in the past decade. Modern Age Children are very smart these days. At 6 they know all the questions, and at 16 the answers. iiii [Philip A. Maynard, D.P.M. [ I Foot Specialist- Foot Surgeon [ [ 416 N. Minnesota Ave. Hastings, Neb. 68901 [ Call 402-462-2788 for a ointments Thursday, April 11, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Cody Butler is awarded a D.A.R.E. mascot stuffed animal by Scott Stemper for selling the most tickets in his 5th grade class. Funds from the ticket sales will go toward the group's upcoming outing to Hastings. Know The Weather What is the normal path of warm fronts across the United States? Unlike cold fronts, warm systems have an upward direction, or northerly push, as they cross the United States from west to east. Some come in from Northern California and up as far as Washington. Those coming in to the north usually cross with a southerly tendency until they reach the Chicago area, and then slant upward and pass over New England. Some coming in over California slant downward toward the Gulf and then move up the east coast. Others, which never cross into the United States, come out of the Caribbean and move up the east coast. Then there are the lows which cross in on the west coast, moving northeast. They may cross into the country from New Mexico to Oregon, and usually pass out of the country along its north- ern borders, between eastern Montana and New England. The main route of these lows is the Great Lakes region. The Southeastern states, generally speaking, and except for coastal areas, are off the beaten track of these sys- tems. Sheriff sells nursing home The Ridgeview nursing home lo- cated at US 81 and 23rd Street in Belleville has been sold by the Repub- lic County sheriff to satisfy a judge- ment which resulted from a civil court case dating to 2000. An attorney for the plaintiff in that case submitted the winning bid of $89,000 for the now closed nursing home. Schlicht was awarded the judge- ment after his firm failed to received payment for a new roof installed on the nursing home several years ago. Schlicht was also the head of a com- pany which had managed the nursing home for Kansas Health Care System and that company's owner, Bob Gilkeson. At that time the nursing home was known as the Lutheran Home. The case seeking repayment for the roof was one of several complicated civil trials involving the rmrsing home. Gilkeson announced earlier this year he .planned to close the facility and the patmnts were moved to other facilities. Work hrd and complain less. M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service .' 454 N Bloom Street- P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb, 68978 - Phone: 402-879-4764 www.taxbeacon.com/mr Marilyn Peterson Superior blishing We're notjust a newspaper/ Truck and Trailer Lettering We have some great ideas on ways you can market your home, business, club, or organization.., we're talking about marketing products like T-shirts, caps, magnetic signs, truck and trailer lettering, vinyl indoor- outdoor signs and so MUCH MOREl Here are just a few ideas! ATIYNTION CUSTOMBKS Please excuse the mess while we are In the process of and ou product line to beuer 8erve Caps - up to 4 ink colors Bank on a great idea Whether you're a bank, a bookstore, a farmer or club member, by adding your name or logo on various items, you can come up with a new promotion for yourself or your customers. 0 0 E. Third PO Box 408 Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 800-359-2120 Fax 402-879-3293