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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS II I Public Notices Proceedings of the Superior City Council April 22, 2002 Meeting of the Mayor and Council of Superior, Neb., was convened in open and public session on the 22nd day of April 2002 in the Lady Vestey Coffee Shop at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Christiancy, Mickelsen, Grove, Menke, Simonsen. Absent: Springer. Notice of the meet- ing was gwen m advance thereof by posting in the City Clerk's Office, Municipal Library and Public Safety Building, the designated method of giving notice. Availability of the pro- ceedings hereafter shown was taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. Mayor Billy Maxey presiding. Utilities Section: Council approved the April Utility Claims; tabled service agreement on generator at the Waste water Treatment plant; get additional information on the well at Bostwick and asked Jensen to get bids for work on the clarifier at the Wastewater Treatment plant. Public Hearing: Public hearing conducted on Ap- plication for Community Development Block Grant Program for Speculative Building. Heating closed at 8:15 p.m. City Section: Council approved the April City Claims with exception of Superior Outdoor Power Center claim; ap- proved, with Mickelsen abstain, ap- proved the Superior Outdoor Power Center claim; approved April 8 meet- ing minutes; the request street clos- ings for Lady Vestey Weekend cel- ebration; additional insurance cover- age for Vestey Weekend; gave permis- sion to the Elk's Lodge to block Cen- tral Street, northbound traffic only, in front of the Elk's building on May 26 beginning at 2 p.m. for street dance and beer garden; adopted Resolution 02-08 Authorizing Chief Elected Offi- cial to sign and application of CDBG funds; to harmonize with state law, to repeal conflicting resolutions and sec- tions; to provide an effective date and ordered to be published in pamphlet form; adopted Resolution 02-09 Re- garding Borrowing Matching Funds for Speculative Building Application of CDBG Funds; to harmonize with state law; to repeal conflicting resolu- tions and sections; to provide an effec- tive date and ordered to be published in pamphlet form; Adopted Resolution 02- I 0 appoint- ing Environmental Review Officer; to harmonize with state law; to repeal conflicting resolutions and sections; to provide an effective date and ordered to be published in pamphlet form adopted 02-1 ! regarding the 2002 NCIP Government Resolution; to hamaonize with state law; to repeal conflcting resolutions and sections; to prm/ide an effective date and ordered to be pub- lished in pamphlet form; approved the Lottery Operator Contract until Dec. 31, 2002; travel requests were heard and various committee reports given. Meeting adjourned. April Utility Claims Alltel, 59.38; American Family Thursday, May 2, 2002 525.00; Five Points Bank, 312.60; Galls Incorporated, 108.98; Garrison & Gar- rison, 202.50; Great Plains One-Bank Call Service, 11.83; John Druba, 109.50; JEO, 2,700.00; NE Dept. of Revenue, 14,829.28; Nebraska Public Gas Agency, 91,961.78; NPPD Trea- sury Dept. 61,817.60; South Central Public Power, 920.86; Tech-Matin & Serv. Co. Inc., 21,285.16; US Postal Service, 500.00; Salaries, 13,185.35; Ivan Miller, 100.00; Kerr Chevrolet GBO Inc. 15,800.00; Kriz-Davis, 122.01; Tietjen Automotive, 1,719.05; United Health Care, 8,582.55. April City Claims Alltel Communications, 9.22; American Family Life, 104.48; APAC- Kansas, 635.29; BareD, 299.26; Carter- Waters, 1,327.15; Delka' s Construc- tion, 84.64; Lakes Office Products, 9.72; Eric Dunstan Trucking, 352.94; Farmers Cooperative Assn., 19.18; Garrison & Garrison, 562.50; Gas N Shop, 337.18; Jerry Grove, 16.06; John Druba, 90.00; Kristina Stone, 11.48; Linweld, 40.34; Michael Todd Co., 85.90; Mick's 3,070.00; Superior Outdoor Power, 128.43; Unemploy- ment Insurance, 215.00; YM, 18.00; Alltel, 44.57; B-G'reen Lawn Care, 294.50; Baker & Taylor, 244.78; Doubleday Large Print, 48.46; ERC Communications, 3,165.13; Microfilm Imaging Systems, 74.25; Mealier Electric, 35.00; National Geo- graphic Society, 15.90; Peggy Lipker, 72.64; Penworthy Books, 309.41; R- PC Computer Services, 95.50; Rain- bow Book Company, 15.70; Republi- can Valley Library System, 70.50; Su- perior Ace Hardware, 10.95; Superior Utilities, 429.44; Tartan Books, 193.41; The Gale Group, 151.72; The Library Store, 59.05; University Subscription Serv., 34.92; Vicki Perrie, ! 4.86; Farm- ers & Merchants Bank, 2,155.12; Horizon Bank, 20,000.00; Horizon Bank, 15,000.00; Salaries, 7,617.20; Olsson Associates, 936.03; NE Dept. of Revenue, 1,189.15; United health Care, 7,115.87. A complete text of the minutes, resolutions and ordinances are on file in the City Clerk' s Office and are avail- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. 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, Neb. 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 Nelson, Nab. 68961 Carla J. Alexander (Bar ID #16504) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Nab. 68978 16-3c First Published April 25, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of C. Wendell Headrick, de- ceased. a/k/a Clyde Wendell Headrick a/Ida Wendell Headrick Estate No. PR 01-34 Notice is hereby given that a Waiver of Final Account and Report of Ad- ministration and a Petition for com- plete Settlement, Probate of Will and Determination of Heirs have been filed and are set for heating in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuckolls County Court, Nelson, Nebraska, 68961, on May 14, 2002, at or after 11:30 o'clock a.m. Esther M. Headrick 3648 Prairie Park Drive New Braunfels, Tex. 78130-8209 Carla J. Alexander, (Bar ID #16504) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 17-3c 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 1 !, 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/Ken/eth L. Thompson /s/Evelyn C. Thompson Les Seller, #13759 Relier & Parker, P.C. L.L.O. P O Box 1288 726 East Side Boulevard Hastings, Nab. 68902-1288 Attorney at Law 16-3c Notice to Bidders Bids are currently being accepted by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Superior, Neb., for property and casualty insurance. Specs may be requested from the City Clerk. Due date for the bids has been extended to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May 20, 2002in the City Clerk's Office, 135 W. 4th Street, P. O. Box 160, Superior, Nab., 68978. The City Council reserves the right to refuse any bid. 18-1c Annual Meeting The annual meeting of L.I.F.E., Inc. of Superior for the purpose of electing two board members will be held on First Published April 25, 2001 in The Superior Express NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. PR02 In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. In the Matter of the estate of Galen G. Grummert, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that on April 23, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- ells County, Nebraska, the Registrar entered a written statement of Infor- mal Probate of the last will and testa- ment of Galen G. Grummert, and that Terry Lynn Grummert of Route 2, Box 97, Hebron, Neb., 68370, and Roxanne Peters of 9127 North Birch Street, Thornton Colo., 80229, have been appointed as Co-Personal Representa- tives of this estate Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or before the July 1, 2002. Mildred Eilers, Registrar J. Clark Noble #13062 Aten & Noble 417 West Ave. Box 193 Holdrege, Neb. 68949 17-3c NOTICE OF MEETING Notice is hereby given that a meet- ing of the Superior Airport Authority, Superior, Nab., will be held Monday, May 6, 2002, 7 p.m. at the airport terminal. 18- Ic Superior girls 6th, boys 9th at Beloit The Superior girls took sixth with 47.5 points and the boys ninth with 20 points among the III A and IV A schools at the Beloit Relays Friday. Girls' team results Team scores and platings for the girls were Beloit, 1 st, 130; Smith Cen- ter, 2nd, 94: Riley County, 3rd 63; Bellevillc, 4th, 57: C6ncordia, 5th, 55; Minneapolis, 7th, 46; Abilene, 8th, 32; Southeast of Saline, 9th, 30 and Ellsworth, 10th. 2.5 points. Individual girls' scoring 100 meter dash: Casey Baker, 6th, 13.71; 200 meter dash: Jessica Kinyoun,6th, 28.62; 100meter hurdles: Erin Eitzmahm 2nd, 16.45; 4 x 100 meter relay: Jenny Warneking, Kristin Sweet, Baker and Brittanie Utecht, 4th, 53.62; high jump: Gina Edwards, 4th, 4' 8" and Holly Walton, 5th, 4' 6"; pole vault: Eitzmann, 1st, 10'; long jump: Warneking, Ist, 16' 1.5" and triple jump: Warneking, 2nd, 32' 2.5". Eitzmann had a personal best in the pole vault and broke her own school record of 9' 10". Superior athletic director Doyle Christensen said, "Jenny Wameking had a great day with a first in the long jump and a second in the triple jump." Boys' team results Team scores and placings for the boys were Minneapolis, Ist, 127.5; Beloit, 2nd, 88.5; Concordia, 3rd, 77; Riley County, 4th, 73; Ellsworth, 5th, 54; Belleville, 6th, 40; Smith Center, 7th, 34; Southeast of Saline, 8th, 27 and Abilene, 10th, 17. Individual boys' scoring 110 meter hurdles: Dustin Damon, 3rd, 15.00; 4 x 800 meter relay: Julian Ohrt, Wade Schmidt, Tim Meyers and Darrin Bouray, 4th, 9:09.31 and pole vault: Luke Meyers, 1st, 14' 7". According to Christensen, Damon's time in the 110 meter hurdles was a Corbin Biltoff prepares to compete in the 400 meter race at the Twin Valley Conference Track meet Monday in Superior. The race was originally sched- uled for Saturday, but because of inclement weather and storm warnings the meet was postponed. Biltoff was honored Monday evening at the Lawrence- Nelson athletic awards banquet as outstanding senior boy athlete. 'x Lawrence-Nelson wins TVC Meet The Lawrence-Nelson the boys tied for first lay Conference Track Girls' team Team scores were Nelson, 118 Red Cloud, 58.5; Brunin 54; Franklin, 43; Hill, 27 and Silver Lake 24. Individual girls' scorinli 4 x 400 meter relay: Nelson I st, 4:23.0; pole Laughlin, 3rd, 6'; triple Faimon. 1st, 36' 3.25"; 5th 3-way tie for 2nd, 5' 2"; Faimon, 1st, 16' 7"; 5th, 15' 7"; 4 x 800 meter Lawrence-Nelson, 1st, 10:2 meter dash: Faimon, 1st, mete S hurdles: Svoboda, 1: Amanda Watson, 3rd, 17.9; 1 dash: Hofstetter, 1st, run: Jamie Gebers, 3rd, Bohlen Svoboda, 1st, 49.7 and 4 x 11 relay, 3rd, 54.4. pys' team port, 82; Lawrence-Neis Shelton, Silver Lake, 54; Harvard, Cloud, 16 and Blue Hill, 10. Individual 4 x 400 meter relay: Nelson, 2nd, 3:36.8; high Peterson, 1st, 6' 1"; Doug 5th, 5' 10"; long jump: 20' 2.5"; Doug Wehrman, 11.5"; pole vault: 9'; Jason Hoelting, 4th, 8' Laughlin, 5th, 8' 9"; 11 Andrew Kathman, jump: Peterson, 1st, 42'' " X Wehrman, 5th, 39 8 ; 4 relay: Lawrence-Nelson, 400 meter dash: Corbin 53 3; 200 meterdash B'iltoft, i Kathman, 3rd, 24.4 and 4 x 1t relay: Lawrence-Nelson, 5th, Superior golfers for 6th at St. Superior to tie with Thayer Central for! the St. Cecilia Golf 25. Team scores were Central Catholic, 301 313; St. Cecilia, 319; Fillmore Central 324 335; Superior, 335; Red Fullerton, 341; Wood Doniphan-Trumbull St. Cecilia JV, 357; Hastings 358 and Sandy Creek, 399. Trent Siebecker shot 13th. Individual scores for Su ers were Joel Henderson, Ryan Fuerhoff, 42-39-81; Siebecker, 39-40-79; Josh  42-85 and Damon, Blecha letters of intent Dustin Damon st College this week. Bryce Blecha signed tent to attend and play football. Life, 39.90; Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 372 May 6 at 7:15 p.m. at Brodstone Me- new personal best which set a new At the farleft two Lawrence-Nelson Raiders shoot away from their starting morial Nuckolls County Hospital con- Superior High School record, blocks Monday at the Twin Valley Conference Track. The Lawrence-Nelson Christensen said, "Meyers vault of ference room 27-2c ....... tied for first place with Deshler. The Lawrence-Nelson oirls olaced first . Never ex " l,  o ' a new season best and Meyers - - " for loarmg.  -- brokehisoldSuperiorrecordofl4 6". ......... ] Aim- , I mira A = ]Conditioning J mmmmm Farm Bureau AUTO HEAL TH COMMERCIAL ] sales and service [ lr00m FARM. HOME . ... [ Sco. TV & Appliance I MarliceSullivan, Agen,00 ofBlueCross BlueShleldNebraska 00ks $iJ00 I 341 N. Central Superior. 402-879-3501 [ 449N Central --"  Superior, Neb. 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