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The Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
June 1, 1972     The Superior Express
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I[  ".r '1 IL me Contest sponsored Nelson, Jan Wilton, daughter of Evans, Lincoln and W. G. )il the Superior Jaycees Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton of McCubbin, Lincoln. [lil e American Dairy Superior and Janet Pritts,   -- ...... ::- _. uon of Nebraska. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin iv, v/'_,ll-'l=l,13l / ". ....  + . 'Y features the 'u in ritts of Guide Rock There are ..tcess testants entered  I .... ++ ;  .:., ,. ,  . candidates and a total of 28 con - ...... . :  .... .  ..... ......... , Plays at the Hotel All contestants will receive P, on :::, ..... " ,' ," >" : + rmr High duringweez   : ': *   ". ' ' -rizes furnished by Supe " . ....  :  ,::'' ,. ) , :L,.= evening banquet and usinesmen and dairy industry Iwdurlngweek. _. :  i. .', : :, .:i'7i ceremonies will be at 1 ers The contest winner will rreoptauon _ _ . , ;i. ' ::;"  cad . . +,  ,,i  . "><r =,+,, auditorium. Activities also receive a cash scholarship. Ttal thismonth .' i , ' ii..:: :ii, parade through The contestants will be Toda!e!nl2 iz.  ff(   :  ' ,     : r  :  perior at 2 p.m. judged on the basis of in- rooate m j ', "2ii:l[  :'"  ' 2 'the banquet are on terviews, beauty, education, Normalfor may o.,. ch but there will personality, backgound, ability Normal to June 1 8.54 'lE LUEBBE 1971 Nebraska Dairy Princess, confers with John Wagner, manager of erica Dairymen plant here, concerning final details for the 1972 Dairy Princess ing held in Superior today. The new princess will be coronated tonight in the city rn. Twenty-eight have entered. Mikkelsen Studio Photo. MEMORIAL DAY services were held at the Evergreen Cemetery. Members of the Superior American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and their auxiliaries participated. The rain clouds parted during the program and the weather was perfed but attendance was down. Recent rams maOe the cemetery very lush anti beautiful. Express Photo " r Superm Voters ToPolls June 20 For Public Safety Building Bonds built and space isn't available to house either the police department vehicles or two fire trucks. At one time the building also housed the street depart- ment. Both the emergency rescue unit and the fire department's tanker truck are parked on the street in front of the building because of the space shortage. The new building will provide adequate space for the con- tinued growth of the depart- ment. The building will have space for six trucks including a snorkel type truck and two emergency rescue units, water rescue equipment for nearby Lovewell Lake, an emergency generator and the 100-bed portable civil defense hospital which was stored in the old high school building until it was torn down. A firemen's meeting room and kitchen are provided and an area in the basement of the building can be easily adapted for a dormitory to house firemen should the growth of Superior warrant such a paid department. A hose drying tower is also included in the plans. The police department por- tion of the building includes new jail cells, garage space for two patrol cars and new offices. The plan provides for the transfer of prisoners from a patrol car to the jail section without leaving the building. The Superior Volunteer Fire Department was organized in 1880 and. serves not only the city but a large rural area of 96 Proposed Public Safety Building Lovewell State Park Sells Record Number Permits The long three-day Memorial Day weekend which officially opens the summer season for many sportsman at Lovewell Lake was a wet, cold disap- pointment. Saturday, the first day, was clear, warm and held much promise for a good weekend but rain showers and cool weather dampened the enthusiasm on both Sunday and Monday. Many campers spent much of their vacation mired in the muddy, unimproved roads which surround the lake. However, even though the weather was even worse than last year's cold and wet weekend, Sylvan Harris, superintendent of Lovewell State Park, reports that a record number of state park permits were sold during the three days. Permits costing in excess of $1,775 were sold during the three days. The permit sales were broken down into $1,375 annual permits, $275 daily permits and $125 second vehicle permits. Annual permits are $5 the rest $1. Total sales so far this year equal $3,325 as op- posed to last year's $2,525. Harris reports that permit sales have increased about $1,000 per year since the park was first opened in 1965. This year, for the first time, rangerettes met the visitors at the entrance to park and sold the permits. Permits are now required on all vehicles en- tering the park. Previously permits weren't needed on vehicles going to the marina or vehicles which just drove through the park and didn't stop. The permits which cost $5.00 per year or $1.00 per clay are good for all state parks in Citizens of Suverior will go to the polls Tuesday, June 20, to cast their votes for the finmi- cing of a new public safet building. If the special electi gains voter approval, a total of $207,000 in bends may be issued to finance construction. The proposed public safety building will replace the present uilding south of the Ideal arket which houses the fire ad police departments. Both departments have grown considerably since the old wooden frame building was .. J .... ,> +' !:: I'/ ! . ; t I '" ! _ ,: r:'3 , i i ,+ , ...... + , Ill ,+, ,'.*- . --   r- , ,P- , . t N, , N! -. I I n r. ., r ,:..Z,_-:_= I  I --L;:: _ r---: '-3 F'--T--h r--- *-h "" , ' I I i , I  l I j i ! ,.. . ::.- .................. -  .... "-<:" .... :- : :\\;2 :1  ......... :-- ........ - ........ " ............. - --: I " : :_:. .__t=_____L . : " I ........... ,  T i '! ; " ' i r *t ', ! i / . ,;. , ' ..... "-. f I / ;,I ', , i, ',', " square miles in Nebraska and 64 square miles in Kansas. The department also provides ambulance services in the same area. The city council and firemen have been meeting for several months with Wilson and Company, the architects for the building, and the building is thought to be the best possible for Superior. If [he bond issue is approved, the building will be built on the two lots just north of Nebraska Public Power Company sub- district offices. After considering several possible locations, this site was selected as the most desirable and action has begun to acquire the property. may be overated in the Dark. The operation of such vehicles is prohibited from 11 p.m. to a.m. They must be operated on designated roadways. Construction is currently underway on a $40,000 road improvement project. When completed, several of the asphalt surfaced roads will improved and the surfacing will be extended to the first mile road north of the park area. Money will be available after July 1 for the construction of a dumping station for trailer holding tanks, however, Harri doubts construction will be Kansas. Regulations also state that all motor vehicles operated in the park must be licensed, have a park permit and be operated by a licensed operator. Con- sequently, only street legal completed before the next dune-buggies and mini-bikes season. Red Cross Drive Here The Nuckolls County Red Cross drive will conclude with a city-wide canvass in Superor next Tuesday evening, June 6. Because of the size of the area to be covered in one evening, four organizations have been enlisted to aid in the drive. The Mrs. Jaycees, Superior Jaycees, Superior Mother's Study Club and the Lions Club have all agreed to participate. Mrs. Bill Erickson, county fund drive chairman, has asked that everyone who would like to help with the canvassing to meet at the United Presbyterian Churcb at 6 p.m. Tuesday to register and receive the needed materials. In addition to the list of precinct chairman released earlier several co-chairman have been added. Mrs. Robert .lensby, Mrs. Bill Corman and N. ..... Wli plan - mairl floor agile u . liHllu -- IP Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen are serving Hardy Precinct and Mrs. Ivan Troudt is serving the Nelson precinct. H&H Body Shop Will. Open Soon Work is well along on the new Cuckler steel building being built for H & H Body Shop on Highway 14, north of the new Western Auto Store and Kile'$ Kampers. The new body shop will be operated by Paul Hutchlmum and Calvin Hayes. They are both experienced body repairmen and worked in Superior several years before opening their own shop. They are temporarily working In it building on Hartley Street.