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6C THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Th arsday, August 18 1983 Dairy selects [ .,ghway 14 orth retiring officer I Superior, Nebraska Maurice (Hank) Hedeman "'it is my pleasure that Hank I Phone 402-879-3305__ has been selected to be the vice Hedeman will assume ~h ffesident and general manager respo !bl tyfort ,important [ pn Lun..... Special Of Western Operatic J of Mid- segmentotmm-Am, nanmam eri= Da yme. upon s-'d. He added, "At the same [ Personal Pan Pizza o. the retirement of W. J. (Buck) time, I want to recognize the Guaranteed In 5 Minutes Grant from that position on It(ms years H dedicated service I 31, 1963, . Announcement of that. Buck urant has given, m,, | Or Your Next One FREE Hedeman s avvointment wasdalry farmers and Mid-Am. made bv Gary Hanman. Grant has been associated ! ql executive'vice [;resident and with the dairy industry s!nce _ Ham ..................... general manager of Mid-Am. 1941, In 1..9 19. he .be.g.a. n the long | career wire led m ms oeeoming ! Supreme ................. . vice president and general County will receive manager of Mid-Am's Western m, 2,061,000 PIK bu. Shirley Peterson, Nuckolls County ASCS director, said farmers in Nuckolls County are scheduled to receive 2,061,000 bushels of grain as payment for reducing their crop acreages beyong the acreage reduction requirements. More than 140,000 acres of farmland in the county are enrolled in the program, which is designed to reduce surplus stocks and stimulate farm prices, and 62,000 acres are designated for conservation uses. "Farmers will receive their PIK grain at harvesttime from outstanding regular and reserve loans, and from Commodity Credit Corporation stocks," Mrs. Peteson said. Payments-in-kind was made available on July 15 for wheat, and will be available on Oct. 15 for corn and sorghum. In order to give farmers marketing flexibility, the CCC will pay up to five months of storage cost from the PIK availability date to redemption of the commodity, according to the director. Nationally, PIK program participants will be provided about 1.76 billion bushels of corm, 548.6 million bushels of wheat, and 114.2 million hun- dredweight of sorghum. Operations, He was named to his present position in 1975. "All of the people interviewed for the job to head western operations were well qualified," Grant said, adding, "I think the decision that was made was a good one." Hedeman's career in the dairy industry began while he was a student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he graduated in 1953 with a bachelors degree in dairy science, and a minor in business. From 1954 to 1960, Hedeman was resident USDA grader at Producers Creamery in Chillicothe, Me. In 1960 he became assistant general manager of the plant, and continued in this position until 1966, when he became general manager. After the merger with Mid-America Dairymen in 1968, Hedeman became opei'ations manager at Chillicothe. From 1969 to 1974, he was manager of manufacturing of Mid-Am's Kansas City Division. In 1974, he was named manager of manufacturing for Mid-Am's Western Operations, made up of the Kansas City Division and the Central States Division. The Mid-America moczarella cheese plant in Superior is one of the plants in the Western Operations which Hedeman has been supervising in his position as manager of manufacturing. Music Rooks, Some Starting At Selected LP's and Records and Up To At Special Portable Stereo Used Organs - Stereos Lynn,s _Bouseof Music 321 Central Dne 402-879-3( Neb. Sale was so good last year we don't have much left for this year. However, we still have some of our really big overstocks left and priced for sole. TYPING PAPER We will have fist class 20 pound white bond on the sidewalk at a big discount over our regu- lar price. Works well in plain paper copiers, for typing paper and most anyplace you would use white 81/2xl 1-inch paper. PUNCHEO PAPER We bought a large supply of three-hole punched paper from a bankrupt print shop and unless we move it fast we may also be bankrupt. Comes in various colors, 16 pound, 500 sheet packages. Drilled for standard three-ring 81/2xl 1 binder. Might work to store the family tree. PINTO BEANS Please don't ask why a print Shop has pinto beans for sale but we have several feed sacks full of the beans in the warehouse and can't find a market. The beans were raised in Jewell County so they weren't damaged in transit from a distant bean field. You may want to stock up in case times get rough this winter. PHOTO ENLARGER We have a 4x5 Federal enlarger left over from when Express photographers carried the big Speed Graphic cameras (just like the press photographers used in the old movies). We will consider all offers on this one. Could sell a dozen if it enlarged 35 mm but it won't. PRINTING PRESS We are so desperate to make room in the shop that we'd even sell a Multilith 1 250 press with chain delivery. Will print most anything but the reds will get unhappy if you attempt to print money. The last fellow we knew that tried thought he had hit on something big until he won a Iongterm free vacation at Leavenworth. POSTER BOARD Boy we overstocked on this item. You've seen it before on the sidewalk sale but it is going fast at this year's price. It was suppose to be heavy cover stock, the mill made a mistake and it doesn't print well. We think it will substitute for poster board. If you bought it last year, you'll want lots more this year. ANTIQUE TYPEU OALLEYS We don't know what they are good for but they are old and we have lots. We keep putting them on the sidewalk with the hope someone will find a use. Last year we sold one! Please don't con- fuse with type drawers, we could sell a semi-truckload of those but we don't have any. WASTE NEWSPRINT We paid $500 per ton for the newsprint and then we went to great expense to print it fold and cut it, but now we will sell it as scrap for $20 per ton. Bring your truck cause we can't haul but we will help you load, Makes great kennel bedding. We have even heard of people making fireplace logs and using for garden mulch. We'll lose several hundred dollars a ton but we plan to cover our loss with volume. COLORED OLASS LAMP SHADE Used to hang in one of Superior's finest homes. Would look great in yours. Imported from Mexico, SCRATCH PAOS Buy several write a note to everyone. Remind them to Shop Superior's Sidewalk Sale every year. PAPER SCRAPS We have boxes and boxes of paper scraps. Teachers love for flash cards and craft projects, Grandparents report they are great to entertain the grandkids with, Floyd thrills in cutting, Kay likes to package, Irene enjoys pricing. Bill delights in selling. Please buy and make us all happy. MISCELLANEOUS We aren't sure what else Dave and Lyle ma/ uncover in the storeroom so stop and take a look. We won't open until after we have taken a few pictures and shopped the mainstreet stores but we guarantee to close at noon. We plan to set our wares out on the street, but if the wind is blowing our papers, we will move inside the double shop doors. Prices Ridiculously Low! S 148 East Third Superior, Nebraska 'S 402-879-9911 Superior, Neb. Sidewalk Day Specials Iced Tea And Lemonade Chocolate Eclairs - Apple Fritters Jelly Bismarks - Bear Claws Cinnamon, Rutterfly Rolls 4 FOR $1.50 . %= . ... u CLEARANCE OFF i Pants- Blouses Tops-- Handbags Gowns- Robes Dresses Junior Mixed Tops Blouses and Pants 407 Central - SuperioL Neb. 15 8 p.m. Each Evening Reformed Presbyterian Fifth and Bloom Superior, Neb. August 8 in Person: Noel Paul Stookey Paul Stookey left the folk trio, Peter, Mary, when he became a Christian. He share his faith with others. Filmed audience, our cameras captured his testimony, featuring the famous Paul style, humor and talent. Performed are classics including "Puff, the Magic "Wedding Song" and other timeless ballads. August 15 Cult Explosion A fastmoving, hard-hitting unique cults! Former leading cultists reveal: immorality at Jehovah's Witnesses lies by the TM organization; hypocrisy ism behind the Mormon "s, "heavenly deception" by the Moonies more! Cult expert Walter Martin explains is a counterfeit gospel, a counterfeit counterfeit Holy Spirit. Former Guru, Rabi gives the Hindu connection to tian Science, Unity, People's Temple and must viewing for everyone in a world of confusion and deception. August 22 Assignment: Life This uncompromising documentary journalist Ann Summers on an in-depth tion of both sides of the explosive Ann candidly interviews abortionists, abortion counselors and witnesses tions. The traumatic consequences of ual "liberation" become intensely real interviews at a home for unwed mothers af haunting guilt--and deliverance throu those who have had abortions. Also are Dr. James Dobson, Cardinal TimothY Congressman Henry Hyde, Dr. Jack Willke James Dobson, Cardinal Timothy Manm gressman Henry Hyde, Dr. Jack W nard Nathanson. Ann's investigation viewers to face this vital issue and do one must, decide for oneself! Traction t36 x 28, tube type, 136 4 ply, plus $5 00 F E.T 4 Long lashng strength from tempered polyester cord constr tiCJlOn Super pulling power from strong angle-braced tread Iuq$ He~]~f L~,, ~ r TI shle1(i tl~ protect against rock af(! ~>t~J!)!'l~ CJamag~ SAVE! OTHER SIZES SALE PRICED TOO LIGHT TRUCK TIRE SALE! SAVE ON Rib Hi-Miler Strong Orwse resistant nylon cord body Heavy duty |Jve-t,bqread bias ply COnStruction A popular chorce tot the economymlnded buyer 750 x t6 Load Range D PlUS $3 5~ F E T NO t(ade needed PIT STOP ON-FARM TIRE SERVICE For help when you r~eed il call uS Well g~,t ,u going a!:}am ~t a hu!rV One Ca~i ~rOD~ 'Oli a~ld we're on Oijr ~,a Sale Ends Aug. 6 Triple Rib R/S - Shock absorbing cord body Easy steering Low, low prices Pdcee shown am ~d O~dlm~ AU~ lit Inllllllld~t Go(~/ea~ D~lem. m Superior, Nebraska 402-879-4771 Hebron, Nebra 402-7(