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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 18, 2002 I I IIIIIlll II Public Notices tt t tttttl t,ml,tttttlut ttt First Published April 18, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of William Theodore Schott, Deceased a/k/a Ted Schott Estate No. PR 02-18 Notice is hereby given that on April 10, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Judy E. Mikkelsen whose ad- dress is Rt. 1, Box 131, Hardy, Nob. 68943-9625, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Represen- tative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore June 18, 2002, or be forever barred. Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P. O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961 Carla J. Alexander (Bar ID #16504) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 16-3c First Published April 18, 2002 in The Superior Express Notice Of Organization Notice is herby given that Thomp- son & Thompson, L.L.C., a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, is orga- nized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, with its registered office at RR 1 Box 126, Guide Rock, Nebraska 68942. The general nature of its busi- ness is to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any and all law- ful business, other than banking or insurance, for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska; and for all other purposes authorized by law, to the same extent as natural persons might or could do. The limited liability company was formed on April 11,2002, having per- petual existence from April 11, 2002. Its affairs shall be conducted by the Members pursuant to an Operating Agreement duly adopted by the Com- pany. Members: /s/Kenneth L. Thompson /s/Evelyn C. Thompson /.as Sealer, #13759 Sealer & Parker, P.C., L.L.O. P O Box 1288 726 East Side Boulevard Hastings, Neb. 68902-1288 Attorney at Law 16-3c Proceedings of the Nuekolls County Board of Commissioners April 8, 2002 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met on April 8, 2002 at the Board Meeting Room in the Courthouse, Nelson, Nob., as pet re- cess of April 1,2002Brown,.Sutlivan and Corman present for the 6i'eeting. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk's office and remit- ted to Board members in advance of the meeting. Brown approved the agenda as presented. Motion by Brown, seconded by Sul- livan to accept and place on file the Cou0ty Treasurer's Report of Fund Balances. Investments and Interest re- ceived for March. 2002 and also the Clerk of District Court Report on Fees Collected for March. 2002. Brown, aye; Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye. Mo-- tion carried. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Brown to authorize the Chairman to sign a Right of Way Contract for Per- manent Easement, between the County and General Agriculture Services, Ltd. relating to Project #C006511915 lo- cated in the NW 1/4 of Section 34, T2N, R7W. Sullivan, aye; Brown, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. Said project is for construction access and channel construction. Appreciation is extended to General Agriculture Ser- vices, Ltd. for the donation. Highway Superintendent Don Robb was present for discussion relating to road projects. Ray Meyer, representing Regional Insurance Mgrs. Inc., met with the board for a nine month overview of the employee medical plan, Insurance Committee members, Scott Stamper, Karen Harrington and Timothy Schmidt, were also present for the dis- cussion. General Claims analysis re- ports were reviewed, noting that as of this date, the self funded plan appears to be on target, Jason Clancy, NIRMA Loss Con- trol Specialist, and Pat Claiacy, Ad- ministrative Assistant, were present to discuss several issugs involving county "insurance coverage, liabilities, etc. Jason also updated the Loss Control policies for the county. A letter was received from Jerry Bargen informing the board he will be terminating his employment with the County Road Department, effective April 30, 2002. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Corman to enter Executive Session at ! 2:45 p.m. for discussion on personnel matter. Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carded. Motion by Corman, seconded by Sullivan to exit Executive Session at 1 p.m. Corman, aye; Sullivan, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carded. The board recessed until April 15, 2002. Arnold Brown, Chairman By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners April 15, 2002 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met on April 15, 2002 at the Board Meeting Room in the Courthouse, Nelson, Nob., as per re- cess of April 8, 2002. Brown, Sullivan and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the county clerk's office and remit- ted to board members in advance of the meeting. Brown approved the agenda and the March 25, April 1, and April 8, 2002 minutes as received. Motion by Brown, seconded by Slivanto approve Tax List Correc- tions No. 5' (Buescher) on personal property for,clerical erro in nore- moving sold item: and No. 6 (Shaw) on personal property for clerical error in not removing sold item. (Both cor- rections presented by the County As- sessor). Brown, aye; Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. The County Treasurer met with the Board in regard to investments of in- terest memos. Following discussion, it was decided to address the designation of interest monies prior to the next fiscal budget year. #1 III __m / // IH |J illDlil, 'llgl;ibllltillittgllltllllJll,lPllffMJJli31lllllm T Reservations Senior Citizens Telephone Wagering & Group Rates Admitted Info: 1-860-71MI773 308-382-4S15 Free or oontsot Fonner Park onner Park Races 700 E St01iey Park Rd, Grand bkmd, NE U001 tsw.tonnerRoom/ The Highway Superintendent met with the Board for review of road and bridge concerns. It was decided to ad- vertise for a full time Class II Mainte- nance Equipment Operator for the Road Department. Following review of bid quotes re- ceived, a motion by Brown, seconded by Sullivan to accept bid quote of $100.00, per mowing, received from Whitmore Lawn Service for the mow- ing and trimming of the courthouse and jail grounds, and also to accept the bid of $45.00, per mowing, for the rural county abandoned, or partially abandoned cemeteries of Smith, Ox BotMt. Zion and Union, as received from Virgil Schleif. Brown, aye; Sulli- van, aye. Corman, aye. Motion car- fled. Motion by Brown, seconded by Corman to approve 'Exemption Ap- plication' received from Mid-Nebraska Individual Services, Inc., for a 1989 Plymouth vehicle, used for transporta- tion of clients, etc. Brown, aye; Corman, aye; Sullivan, aye. Motion carried. The Board recessed until April 22, 2002. Arnold Brown, Chairman By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk First Published April 4, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Arlene Ruth Higer, Deceased Estate No. PR 02-17. Notice is hereby given that on April 1,2002, in the CountyCourt of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written Statement of Informal Appointment of Personal Representa- tive in Intestacy and that Terri R. Suchsland, whose address is 185 South Bloom, Superior, Nebraska 68978 was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of this Es- tate. Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore June 5, 2002. or be forever barred. Mildred Eilers Clerk of County Court Jerry McDole NSBA#12700 Attorney for Applicant 443 North Webster Street Red Cloud, Neb. 68970 14-3c Proceedings of the Superior City Council April 8, 2002 Meeting of the Mayor and Council of Superior, Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the 8th day of April 2002 in the Lady Vestey Coffee Shop at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Christiancy, Mickelsen, Grove, Menke. Absent: Springer, Simonsen. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the City Clerk's office, Municipal Library and Public Safety Building, the designated method of Mayor Billy Maxey presiding ' Utilities Section: Council approved the April Utility Claims: the March City Utilities Treasurer's report, the hiring Trojan Technologies to repair the ultraviolet system at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. City Section: Council approved the April City Claims; March City Treasurer's Re- port; March 25 meeting minutes; the Superior Volunteer Fire Department new officers and new member; allow- ing the Elk's Lodge to block the park- ing from the Elks on South to the intersection on MaSy 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 12 midnight for prom. Jensen reminded the council of the yellow curbing that still needs to be painted. Fire Department will work with Bruce Fullerton on washing the curbing before being painted; ouncil approved hiring Patchmaster to make some street repairs, totaling $12,940.00; approved advertising for bids for insurance; no travel requests and various committee reports were given. Public Hearing 8:00 p.m. Application for Community Devel- opment Block Grant Program--Gil Wilcox, Olsson Associates. The pub- lic hearing opened at 8 p.m. to hear comments on the CDBG program for a planning grant. Hearing closed at 8:13 p.m. City Section: Council adopted resolution 02-07 directing and authorizing the Mayor to sign all documents necessary regard- ing the Community Development Block Grant application. Meeting adjourned. Billy J. Maxey, Mayor April Utility Claims ACCO Of Nebraska, 2,457.93; Al- exander Motors, 98.38; Alitel, 22.75; Alltel, 656.87; Alltel Cellular, 129.97; BNSF, 100.00; Brody Chemical, 628.56; City Clerk-Treasurer, 15,725.38; CornhuskerTool Machine, 114.00; Dept. of Revenue, 1,149.56; Deuel Pharmacy, 28.08; Eakes Office Products, 186.44; Elvin Safety Sup- ply, 215.00; Farm Plan, 31.04; Five Points Bank, 312.60; Forestry Suppli- ers Inc., 177.86; Hall's Safety Equip. Corp., 129.70; Ideal Market, 18.99; Island Supply Welding, 44.41; rrT Hartford, 1,706.54; Jack & Jill, 44.96; Kris-Davis, 254.06; Linweld, 180.60; Menke Drug, 2.43; Municipal Supply, Inc., 271.40; National Travelers Life, 95.53; Ne Municipal Power Pool, 359.21; Ne Municipal Power Pool, 779.40; Norfolk Daily News, 104.88; Norm Smith, 1,551.95; NPPD, 8,782.00; NPPD, 139.00; Overhead Door Company, 114.08; Pamida, 14.69; Pentair Pump Group, 5,557.88; Petro Plus Inc. 388.65; Putnam Inves- tors, 1,969.92; RS Stover Co., 88.65; Servi-Tech 70.15; Sidles, 22.75; South Central Public Power, 679.59; St of No HHS Laboratory, 362.00; Stitches & Stuff, 7.26; Superior Ace Hardware, 402.23; Superior Deshler, 52.50; Su- perior Motor Parts, 273.68; Superior Outdoor Power, 819.94; Superioi Pub- lishing, 219.38; Superior Utilities, 791.88; Superior Utilities, 4,110.47; The Bike Shop, 54.90; US Filter Co., 1,571.51; USA Blue Book, 136.96; Valley Building Center, 67.13; WW Grainger Inc., 32.18; Walker Process Equipment, 2,806.72; Western Uni- forms & Towel, 439.85; Bizco Tech- nologies, 403.00; Salaries, ! 2,936.07. April City Claims Alexander Motors, 175.59; Ailtel Cellular, 103.35; Alltel Communica- tions, 393.12; Animal Hospital, 50.00; Baker & Sons Disposal, 36.00; Bizco Technologies, 241.24; Brodstone Me- morial Hospital. 126.00; CentraChemi- cal Services, 39.99; City Iron & Metal, 161.18; Don Fintel, 525.00; Farm Plan, 51.44: Gary Thompson Agency, 30.00; Harold's Auto Service, 70.00; Ideal Market, 14.78; IIMC, 75.00; Inland Truck Parts & Service, 8.57; rIT Hart- ford, 867.82; Kramps Krafts, 100.00; Matt Friend Truck Equip., 190.94; Midland Area Agency, 1,166.67; Moore Medical Corp., i 11.16;National Travelers Life, 232.81; NE Dept. of Revenue, 451.97; Nebr. Law Enforce- ment Tng Ctr., 5.00; Nebraska Su- preme Court, 23.95; Nu Co. Sheriffs Office, 557.75; Petro Plus, Inc. 1,654.94; -- ep v :P ONE appfication, FIVE chances at great rates!  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Sale ends May 4, 2002 l Personal, F I Jk Assistant: 00sons 3 70th & VAN DaRN Seth & DODGE, OMAHA 489-8881, LINCOLN bETH AN" LEN Platte Valley Comm of Hastings, 169.70; Putnam Investors Services, 867.82; Ramada Inn, 96.00; Richard Elliott, 1,215.00; Superior Ace Hard- ware, 319.57; Superior Deshler, 175.27; Superior Motor Parts, 320.48; Superior Publishing, 228.46; Superior Utilities, 3,854.54; Superior Utilities, 201.37; Superior Utilities, 500.00; Timothy Schmidt, 150.00; Valley Building Center, 58.95; Western Uni- forms & Towel, 58.64; Superior Air- port Authority, 50.00; Farmers & Mer- chants, 2,209.68; Salaries, 8,070.79; Crowl Tree & Construction, 4,960.00. A complete copy of the minutes, resolutions and ordinances are on file in the City Clerk' s Office and are av all- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. First Published April 18, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF BIDS Bids are currently being accepted by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Superior, Neb for the property and casualty insurance. SlSecs may be requested from the City Clerk. Bids are due by 4 p.m., Wednesday, May l, 2002 in the City Clerk's Office, 135 West 4th Street, P. O. Box 160, Superior, Neb., 68978. The City Coun- cil reserves the right to refuse any bids i 6-2c Superior Board of Education Proceedings April 8, 2002 A regular meeting of the Superior Board of Education of School District 011 was held on April 8, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. in the Guide Rock Elementary as duly advertised in The Superior Ex- press. During the meeting the board voted to: Approve employment of Dustin Damon as Summer Custodial help and purchase of new carpet for locker rooms from Walt's Furniture. The next regular meeting of the Superior Board will beheld on Mon- day, May 13, 2002. South Central Nebraska Unified School District No. 5 Board of Education Work Session April 3, 2002 The South Central Nebraska Uni- fied School District No. 5 Board of Education met for a work session on April 3 at Sandy Creek Schools. The meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. with 7 members present. Tim Kinnaman and Lester Montgomery arrived later and Ron Meyer was ab- sent from the meeting. The board met with two representa- tives from KALL School Management Group. Discussion was held regarding developing a framework or design of the district strategic plan. The meeting was adjourned at 7:43 p.m. lc First Published April 4, 2002 in The Superior Express -, , Notice Of Hearing For ApprovaL of Account of Conservator and Allowance Fees Case No. 5540 In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. In the matter of the guardianship and conservatorship of Douglas Wilton, an incapacitated and protected person. Notice is hereby given that Ralph Wilton and Don Fintel have filed an accounting and petition for approval of account of conservator and allow- ance of fees. Hearing has been set to consider these matters on April 23, 2002 at 11:30 o'clock a.m. in the Nuckolls County Court in Nelson, Neb. Dated March 21, 2002. Ralph Wilton and Don Fintel Petitioners Superior, Neb. 68978 Wayne L. Garrison #11443 Garrison & Garrison P. O. Box 385 Nelson, Neb. 68961 14-3c We letter Trucks Superior Publishing Co. 402.879-3292 I DAIRY FARM HAND Position available with salary based upon experience. No milking or crop work. Housing plus utilities available. Send previous work experience plus three references to: Newsome Holsteins Inc. 2484 McKelvie Road, Seward, NE 68434 No phone calls please. Ac00;ivities incl ade t a presentation by stl:tC Week of the Young Child activities included a talent show last Friday at Superior South Ward elementary chil- dren giving presentations were: Kelsie Murray, poetry; Luke Renz, magic; Dillon Benjamin, piano; Nathan Wilt, wrestling moves; Kayla Klatt, piano; Kirsten Unruh, duck and goose calls; MikaylaEllwanger, singing; Reid Miller, tumbling; Sarah Teachworth, piano; Ton Hatzenbuehler, dance; Kendra Baker, sing or magic; Holly Wilt, piano; Chelsea Renz, magic; Rebecca Fisher, singing. Miranda Ward, tell jokes; Lauren Rempe, magic, Brianna Dessel, piano; Mac McCutcheon, magic; Alison Hawley and Jett Mickelsen, dance; Ty Betka, taekwondo, Makayla Utecht, piano; Emily Hayes, singing; Haley Gebers, tumbling; Caden Mikkelsen, piano; Kirsten Studer, magic; Sidney Kirstin Unruh Price, piano; Briana McCutcheon, ing ducks and geese magic; Kori Tinkham, piano; Taryn show during the  cee Betka, tumbling. Child at South Ward Tort Hatzenbuehler performed a dance routine for the talent show during the Week of the Young Child at South Ward in Superior. Mikayla EIIwan the talent show durin the Young Child at Superior. Shawnee Schoenrock (left) and Chelsea Renz talent show during the Week of the Young Child at South Ward Nathan Wilt (top) is assisted by Hayden Robb for a der wrestling moves for the talent show during the Week of the South Ward in Superior. A Deciding Factor Before making up your mind to retire, it is highly advisa! home for a week and wach the daytime television shin s.-- Street Journal. 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