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1 6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 29, 1993 i .!~B ~ mmmIl~- PRO~ --- port for June 1993 be accepted. Department of Public Works .................................... 234.95 ,flll r.l ir, I, SUPERIOR CITY Yea: Disney, Wharton, zoning, telephone, copiesand Ben Franklin, '. p Juau u nJLa a,u I COUNCIL Doehring, Rempe, Fairbrother utilities .................... 4,237.11 supplies .................. ..... 14.97 . Meetin of the Mayor and Deuels, Classic Pool, First Published Juiv 15, 1993 in Council ftl~ ...... and Smidt. Nay: None. . .r-.... o. -.-'... ~S._.___ 0 me t~lty oI :~uperlor, Paul Hoofs, representing Ed- batteries ......................... 2.46 equipment ................... 84.92 ~ Jt tJtl~ OU 1 ltUl .Udk ~ NCW, T,~, ,e~,m~r~oc Nebraska was convened in open ward R. Jones and Company,Diesel Power and Equipment, Coakley Industrial, f~ ~' ~'u'~T~,.,',.,v"" ~"nT"~,~,,,"~.",~"~ and public session on the 12th gave the Council an update on supplies ...................... 709.36 uniforms ...................... 97.25 ,., ,., " the employees pension plan. He Ellen Kistler, Law Enforcement, .. ..... ........... day of July, 1993, in the Council ~ x,, iv, .t "7.qn .,-nreported that the Sop-IRA was salary ...................... 2,040.00 supplies ..................... 272.53 AND,_. ,.,oBLOCK, o OF THE "were" t;ounc,':"" " "'" '-MemDersr .... returning 10.92 percent and the Fullerton Repair, Ideal Market, Doehring, Wharton, Disney, 457 plan 12.14 percent annual- repairs ........................ 676.61 supplies ....................... 53.27 xna ,= je t Fairbrother, Rempe and Smidt. ized. . . : .... Notice of the meeting wasMike Eg ers, proposing Gas N' Shop, Lincoln Telephone, r,v gas .............................. 246.61 telephone ................... 841.95 You are nereoy notmea mat oiveninadvane - thereofhvnn t building a res|dence at and Hatten Electric, Nuckolls County Hospital, on the 3rd day of August, 1993 mg in the City Clerk's trf ce, Sunrise requested the C( uneil repairs ........................ 222.91 miscellaneous .............. 10.00 at 9:00 dan. there ..... will be held at Munici-alL, Auditorium and Pub- consider paving the street if he Heiman Fire Equipment, Far ers Co-op Association, the office of said lrngataon dis- li . n. :. ,I.,, .... e ,i...., c Safet did the curb and gutter. It was supplies ........................ 54.68 gas ............................... I0.00 ~, .,;: =.~ .~.~ .....~v,.,m.u, nated method for gwing notice, pointed out that the ordinances League of Municipalities, Superior Publishing, l epuo c ounty, hansas, a Notir of hi meetln,required the developer to con- statutes ................. . ..... 100.00 printing ...................... 108.73 .,hearing on the annual assess- i .... 'v -e -- ..... o s multaneously en to the crete the street on all new plats. Midwest Radar and Equipment, Superior Fire Equipment, mentnsmaOe t>y esa o Mayor and all members of the The Council stated they would radar equipment ........ 695.00 inspection .................... 28.00 u= Cn, nell av,ilahilitv of the, comply with the ordinances and Nebraska Municipal Cle As. Superior Outdoor Power, ......... I I [ lock I, Block II,HI,a "" B1 " g aa asco me require him to pave the street, sneiation, supplies and maintenance ... ~i?ck I~ doS! kVoYsaid advance notice to the Mayor and Wayne Mullet asked the manual ......................... 25.00 ................................... 155.58 ........... ?,., ..... Councilofthismeetin . All o- expenses of me dmtnct and the ceedings hereafter tw ere Council to consider redoing the Nebraska Dept. of Revenue, Twin Valley Implement, alley adjacent to the Mullets SIT payable ............... 672.69 supplies ..................... 254.24 cos of operation, maintenance, taken while the convened me t- Building as their basement is Nebraska Commission on Law Wheelers, re.p~r, land lmpr.vements of ing was open to the attendance of leaking water and is deteriorat- Enforcement' supplies 182.701 1~ !I ..................... i. irrigation works to supply the -" blic water to the irrigable lands with- --- ...... ing the brick mortor. Smidt to tests .............................. 40.00 Quality Red D Mix, ...... ovenoy wharton, seconded study the problem and return in- Newman Signs, cement ....................... 793.50 m hOe f Dir " v by Disney that minutes of the formation to the Council. traffic signs ................ 376.00 Quartzite Stone, e oarao ectors mere_I. m--'in- "f " -- "" Dave Dannehl and Mel Nuckolls County Hospital,road rock ................... 220.56 V" . ~U ~ UUI, ~ OJUIIU ~g, OUI 1 ~ed an assessment against each ..... v ..... Menke reque ted the Councilmiscellaneous and Centre Chemical Service, 1 ifi ......... w~aneappro ea. ~ea: utsney, c ass eo trngaole acre wlmm ""h D -ri " s "d-1 -- - h arin will-- w arton, oen rig, Kempe, consider placing tbe tennis court supplies ...................... 417.79 supplies ..................... 155.60 em n: onanOa Fairbrother and Smidt. Nay: atthesouthmesteomerofsehool Petro Plus. Mike Fenimore, , l ................... Noe.n ] roperty adjacent to Lincoln gas and repair ......... 1,594.61 school .......................... 70.00 i' place stated in order to deter- Movedb,,Wharto- seconded earl Moved by Rempe, see- Platte Valley Commission,Headrickand Wulf, iili.i It mine if such is just equitable and .-.. "" . .. oy umney mat rmnutes oz me ended by Wharton to gtve per- maintenance ........... 1,083.49 sand ........................... 105.00 equahze the same. A schedule of ............ With foliage growing on the bed, this truck parked in Jewell County said assessments is now on file specsalmeetmgot;)ulyzno, lyyJ missiontotheParkBoardtoeon- Share Corp, Earl May, tact the School Board regarding supplies ...................... 207.33nature trail .............. 2,000.00feelings of many farmers this week--it's been a long time since normal C--unlin the office..., K .... of saidan.,district_. ,._at wnarton,e-apprve 'uoenring, ea: Kempe,U sney' transfer of the property to the Sutx rior Ace Hardware, B & D Paper, been possible. The 1993 wheat harvest is nearly one month behind sob L,) (:MIU, gUl~gl~, r~ 1111}" ~ . examined hv any i ta a~ted rmr Falrbrother and Smldt Nay" City. Yea: Disney, Wharton, supplies ...................... 237.60 paper cups ................... 69.99 ...........son. .n_r ..... "-" None. " "Doubting, Rempe, Fairbrother Superior Electric, Badger Uniforms, First published July 22, 1993 in First published July 15, 1993 in a'st Publi Board of Directors Movedby~n, seconded and Smidt. Nay: None. repairs ........................ 176.23 uniform ..................... 723.72 The Superior Exvress The Superior Express The S Louis W Allen b~2 isney that c aims for July Moved by Whartort, seconded Superior Water Conditioning, Farmers State Bank, NOTICE O]~" NOTICE OF HEARING NO'[ Pre iden IYY3 beapproved. Yea: Disney, by Doehring for the Park Depart- repairs and maintenance ..... F1T, & FICA ........... 3,217.47 TRUSTEE'S SALE In the Matter of the Censer- In The Elvm-C ]-Iobson Wharton, Doehring, Rempe,ment to purchase a pickup. Yea: _ . .................................... 58.34 Gas N Shop, TO WHOM IT MAY CON- vatorship of the estate of Clar- ckolls C Secrelha y Fairbrother and Smidt. Nay: Disney, Wharton, Doehring, timothy Schmidt, gas and maintenance.329.92 CERN: ence Ball, No. 5183. Tax Sal Darwin L. HousholderNone. Rempe, Fairbrother and Smidt. retainer ......................... 50.00Superior RVF., You are hereby notified that Notice is hereby given thate Case Treasurer Moved by Wharton, seconded Nay: None. Tri State Exterminating, certification test ........ 105.00the following described real us- the Conservator has filed an ac- STATE 28-3e by Disney that Treasurers Re- Moved by Doehring, sec- exterminating ..... . ........ 45.00Nebraska Department of Labor, rate will be sold by Home Fed- count and report of his adminis- eL ended by Rempe that the Park Quality Red D Mix, unemployment .......... 108.00eral Savings and Loan Assoeia- tration, which have been set for To the Board be allowed to transferstreet eonstruction ........... tion of Nebraska, formerly hearing in the County Court of fendants in SUPERIOR FOOT CLINIC money between the Park, Pool .............................. 18,659.70 The meeting adjourned, known as Home Federal Savings Nuckolls County, Nebraska, on action, to-wit: and Cemetery as needed. Yea: John Dr~ba, Lloyd Rust andLoanAssoeiationofLexing- the 4th day of August, 1993, at All FOOT SPECIALIST-SURGEON Disney, Wharton, Doehring, trashheuiing ................ 61.50 Mayor ton, Trustee, at public auction to 10:00 clock a.m. ing any Rempe, Fairbrother and Smidt. Edward D, Jones, DeWayne L. Aberg the highest bidder at the East (Seal) John A. Wheeland and 12, Nay: None. pension ...................... 791.33City Clerk Front door of the Nuckolls Clerk of the County Court of tlard Discussion was held regard- Edward D. Jones, County Courthouse in the City of Downing & Alexander braska, i ing the ADA SelfEvaluationand pension ...................... 791.33 First published July 8, "1993 in Nelson, Nuckolls County, Ne- Attorneys You Transition Plansplan. It was felt Superior Lawn Care, The Superior Express braska, on the 2rid day of Sup- P O Box 185 hereby that the City staffcould evaluate spray trees ................. 585.00NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S tember, 1993, at 2:00 o'clock Superior, Neb. 68978 been su, "x 402-879-3411 thecitybuildingsandotherareas Fuerst Brothers, SALE UNDER EXECUTION p.m.: 7-29-28-3cof Nuckolls requiring ADA evaluation,equipment .................. 606.50Notice is hereby given that Lots 1 and 2 and the North 17 by the 2 13 East Third-Superior, Neb. Dr. Phil Maynard 402-879-3284 Superior, Neb. REPORT OF CONDITION Consolidating domeslto subeidtsd~ ot ~:~ioud~ Notional Bank of Superior in the =at8 of No.b~s.k~ = 1he dose of business on Juno 30, 1993 published in res;. nze to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under title 12, United States Code, Section 161. Charter Number 14183 Comptroller ol the Currency 10th District. ASSETS Statement of Resourcas and Usbilities Cash and balances due from depository institutions: Noninterest-baaring balances and currency and coin .............................................................. 1,544,000.00 Interest-bearing balances ............................................ 991,000.00 Securities ..................................................................... 10,657,000.00 Federal funds sold ............................................................ 750,000.00 Securities purchased under agreements to resell .......................... -0- Loans and lease financing receivables: Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................. 29,808,000.00 LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ........................ 635,000.00 LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve .............................................. -0- Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance and reserve ............................................................. 29,173,000.00 Assets held in trading accounts ...................................................... -O- Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) ....................................... 284,000.00 Other real estate owned .................................................... 327,000.00 Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies .................................... -O- Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ..................................................... -O- Intangible assets ........................................................... ,.. 108,000.00 Other assets ................................................................... 1,084,000.00 Total assets .................................................................. 45,126,000.00 Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 16230) .............................. ..O- Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.G. 1823(j) .................. 45,128,000.00 LIABIUTIES Deposits: In domestic offices .................................................. 40,630,000.00 Noninterest.baadng .................................................. 3,349,000.00 Interest-bearing ...................................................... 37,261,000.00 Federal funds purchased ........................... . .................................... -0. Securities sold under agreements to repurchase ........................... -0- Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury .............................................................. 122,000.00 Other borrowed money ................................................................... -O- Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases ............................................................ ..O- Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ......................................................... -O- Subordinated notes and debentures .............................. 1,000,000.00 Other liabilities .................................................................. 146,000.00 Total liabilities .............................................................. 41,698,000.00 Limited-life preferred stock and related surplus .............................. .4)- i EQUITY CAPITAL Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus ................................ -0- Common Stock ................................................................. 500,000.00 Surplus .............................................................................. 500,000.00 Undivided profits and capital reserves ........................... 2,230,000.00 LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities ........... -O- Total equity ca~tal ......................................................... 3,230,000.00 Losses deterred pursuant to t2 U.S.C. 18230) .............................. -0- Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) .................... 3,230,000.00 Total liabilities, limited.life preferred stock, equity capital and iosIas dofon'od pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) ................................. 45,128,000.00 I, Lynnotte Higer, Asslst~t ~ of the abovo-nsmol bank de hereby de~fere that Ibis Report of Oondition ts true and ooem~ to the best of my ~ and belief. Lynnot H@er July 23, 1993 We, the unders~ directors, dnt to the om~ctnoss of this state- merit of re~ snd lllddlitles. We declare ~ it has been exam- ined by us, and to Itm best of our knowledge snd belief has been prepared in ~on~ wilh II~t iosll~J~al i~:l is true and ~m~ICL Ste Writ Hadan F. S ,tm II II II I II The following claims were allowed: Fire Truck bond redemption and interest ................... 2,300.00 American Family Life, insurance ................... 184.08 Forsha Creek Graphics, by virtue of an execution issued feet of Lot 3, Block 5, Original "T"shirts ..................... 82.50 by the Clerk of the Nuekolis Town of Superior, Nuckolls Diversified Mechanics, County District Court at Nelson County, Nebraska, with a street equipment .................. 451.18 Nuckolls County, Nebraska in address of 753 North Central. Platte Valley Sales, an action pending therein, HOME FEDERAL repair and maintenance ....... wherein, The Security National SAVINGS AND LOAN Baker and Sons Disposal ...................................... 32.33 Bank, A Federal Banking Insti- ASSOCIATION OF OF PROBATE OF WILL, trash hauling ................ 22.00 Alexander Motors, tution is the Plaintiff and Carol W I w(BRASKA' TRUSTEE DETERMINING OF Barco Municipal Products, rel air and maintenance ....... D. Schade is the Defendant, I ._esle Lubberstedt' P.C. HEIRSHIP AND FOR supplies ...................... 212.15 ................................... 347.75 will sell at public unction to the P(3...Box776 DETERMINATION OF Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Animal Hospital, highest bidder for cash at the Lexington, Neb. 68850 INHERITANCE TAX Cro Life 1 ance jqels .Nar.,k.. In the County Court of Nuck- ....... insurance ..... o'lls C0unty, Nebraska on the oils County, Nebraska. 3rd day of Augnst 1993 at lh00 Monday-bakedfLsh, tatertots, In the matter of the estate of said r= =- -= =- -= -- -- coupon ,I i, ,, =_ mi aan. the following described real green beans, whole wheat bread Eugene Ginn, Deceased. gOI In Id I i estate: To Wit: or roll, cantaloupe. Notice is given that the Per- NIcho off lafII oil medium Nacho P~a State of First Published July 22, 1993 in the ot The Superior Express petition NOTICE OF FORMAL real estate HEARING FOR foreclose COMPLETE SETTLEMENT of real estate surer's Tax Number 269, September 1, to and held The South half (1/2) of Lot Tuesday-barbecue meatballs, serial Representative has filed a to said real I Three (3) and the North Half creamed potatoes, steamed cab- Final Account and Report of his er (1/2) of Lot Four (4), Block bage, whole wheat bread or roll, administration, a formal closing all defendantS Four (4), F'n's (ls0 Addition to pineapple chunks,petition for complete settlement liens and ! I Lawrence, Nebraska. Wednesday-oven-fried for formal probate of Will of real estate said deceased, for determination table relief. Real estate to he sold to chicken, mashed potatoes and satisfy judgement. Given under gravy, broccoli, bread, tapioca my hand this 1st day of July pudding. 1993. Thursday-Swiss steak with James R. Marr tomatoes, scalloped potatoes, Sheriff carrot raisin salad, whole wheat Nuckolls County, Neb. bread or rolls, gelatin with fruit. 7-29-27-4c Friday-taco salad, applesauce, bread or roll, one-half banana. Au, :ttoa We will offer for male to the hlghwt bldde at ImbUe atteUon the following duerlbed property located north of the church In Webber, Kan., Imglmalag at 4:80 p.m. on Lunch Available At 19 Sa/eSite HOUSE DESCRIPTION: Two-bedroom single-story }mm.~ with ~ room. fom'ml dining, eat-in kitchen with built-in cupboards, bath, enclosed back porch with washer-dryer hook-ups. Located on large lot with single-car garage and other storage sheds. Home has propane heat, all" condttlonin~ In good cond|tlon, ready to move into, mostly osrpeted, has good roof, new vinyl s|ding on house and garage, well-kept with good looatlon In Webber. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 3 and 4 and Lots 7-12 in Lamm's Second Edition to Webber, Jewe]l County, Kansas TAXES: 1992 and all prior taxes wfl] be pa/d by the seller. The 1993 taxes will be prorated to the date of possesston on the basts of the 1992 taxes, whfch were I[16@.20 POSSESSION: Will be upon final settlement In approx/mately 30 days. TERMS: 25 percent down day of sale, balance due upon del/very of marketable Ufle and warranty deed In approxlmately 30 days, if tlfle Insurance is to be used, the cost will be spllt equally between the buyer and the seller. All announcements day of sale take precedence OOOD8 AND MlSCleM.ANI US Whirlpool-Princess Series 18-cu. ft. refrigerator-freezer, equipped for Ice maker, almond color Older style Admiral refrigerator-freezer Roper conttnous cleaning electric stove. avocado color Whlrlpool super capacity 2 speed 8-cycle washer, ahnond color, rdce Whirlpool heavy duty, large capacity dryer, white, nice RCAXL 100 20-In television with remote Hardrockmaple two-piece bedroom setwtth box spring and mattress 2 Hardrock maple end tables Hardrock maple drenser wlth matching bed, dresser and small 4-drawer llngerle chest La-z-Boy rocker-retract Upholstered velvet swlvel rocker Hardrock maple dining room set, round table with leaves and four chairs, matching Feller open china hutch Hardrock maple drop-front desk Hardrock maple drop-leaf kltchen table with four matching chairs Modern 2-cushion sofa. earthtone Early Amertcan floor lamp Camping cot Floor lamp Stereo and cabinet Rocker Small kltehen appllances Pots and pans Kltchen stool Miscellaneous linens and bedding Metal storage cabinet Exercise blke Ironing board Many more nlce miscellaneous Items too numerous to mentlon over printed advert~in8. ANTI UI AND CO LlCS 1920s-sWle cedar chest 1920s-style lamp table Oak commode Chlld's rocker Lamp table wlth drawer Ladder-back chalr with leather seat Red wagon Palnted sled Bostwick State Bank advertiser John Wayne American Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey Contalner Some fancy glassware Colombla family scale Coom pottery Buttons Advertising Uns Iron stone tea pot, no lld Several crock bowls TOOLS AND MI8CE Many miscellaneous tools Wheel barro v Saw horses Other mlscellaneous Items too numerous to mentlon for bkider's number. All property at blddeds rlsk when bki off. No property removed until Not ~spons/ble for accidents. ~ts day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. II I TERMS: Cash or good check. 1D requ/rod settled for. Sale Conducted le n, flon Real l tate and PO lS4, Supedo, Nob. Phone 402-S79-4464 I n, and Corey unclean '| [[ HI " ' of heirship; and a petition for You are determination of inheritance tax; said which have been set for hearing of in the Nuckolls County, Nebras- on or before, ka Court on Aug. 11, 1993, at the 1 h00 o'clock a.m. will bo taken (Seal) John Wheeland cree rendered Associate County Judge The County Sullivan Law Office, Atty. in the P O Box 5 Timothy Clay Center, Neb. 68933 Nuckolls 8-5-29-3c America's Catalog is any JCPenneY, Ge! a $10 Savings wnth your Catalog, On To order by phone, 1-800-222 ask for item TA 005 JCPenney Growing. Chan " E 13ql ] JC Penney 302 N