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4A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS September 6, 1973 ROBERT PETERSON, Rod Ohlrlch, Bill Doan and Marvin Smidt composed the third place team in the state water fighting championships held Saturday. The sixth place team was com- posed of Ron Springer, Bob Zeigler, Dave Christiancy and Norman Disney. --Photo courtesy David City Banner. Press e in championship Morse Bluff II; Malmo II beat Yutan II; Mead II beat Blair II; Arlington II beat Prague II; The Arlington Volunteer Fire Department water fight team II captured top honors for the second consecutive year. The Burno H beat Brainard II; Superior Volunteer Fire Nickerson II beat Staplehurst Department team I capturedII; Superior II beat Garland II. third place honors Saturday in Second Round the annual Nebraska Cham- pionship Water Fights held in connection with the 42nd Old Home Town Festival at Brainard. The event also was a part of the observance of the 50th anniversary of the Brainard Volunteer Fire Ewing I beat Wahoo I; Clay Center beat O'Neill I; Nickerson I beat Arlington I; Malmo I beat Prague I; Superior I beat Mead I; Ewing II beat David City II; Malmo II beat Bellevue; Arlington II beat Mead II; Nickerson H beat Bruno II; and Superior II drew a bye. Department. Nickerson was second and Ewing fourth in the 19-team competition. In the women's division, Nickerson II defeated Brainard for the championship. There were a total of 12 women's teams in the competition. The winning teams in the Third Round Ewing I beat Clay Center; Nickerson I beat Malmo I; Superior I beat Ewing II; Arlington II beat Malmo II; Nickerson II beat Superior II. Quarter Finals Nickerson I beat Superior I; Arlington II beat Nickerson II; Ewing drew a bye. Semi-Finals Arlington II beat Ewing I; Nickerson I drew a bye. Real Estate Transfers Rose A. King to Rose A. King and Pauline Mihall ; Part Lots 5 and 6, Block 30, E. Superior. Hettie L. Parsons, et. al to Ehner D. and Helen A. Druba; Lot 3, in Wilson's Addition to O.T. Superior. Byron R. and Marie A. Gimeson to Albert L. and Diane R. Kuck; E. 56' of Lot 3, Block 9, East Superior. l arguery Swanson to Bruce C. and Margaret E. Mc- Cullough ; Lot 1 and E. 10' Lot 2, Block 34, E. Superior. Paul and Wilma Rathbun to Larry V. and Bonnie L. Nielsen; 10, Block 1, E. Superior. Florence Williams to Larry J. and Janet J. Simpkins; Wl z 4 and E!/z Lot 5, Block 32, E. Superior. Jerry J. Skalka to Harold G. and Wanda M. Hinrichs; Part SW, 16-4-7, and N1/z SEV4, 17-4- 7. Martin F. and Lola Kir- chhoff to Pleasant B and Helen E. Woerner; Part SW, 30-I-6 and Part SE, 25-I-7. In The County Court Probate Department Estate of Richard R. Eustace, deceased; final decree. Estate of Ben Venhaus, deceased; petition for deter- mination of heirship, order for hearing, hearing Sept. 17, 1973, at 11 a.m. Estate of Lloyd Bargen, deceased; voluntary ap- pearance of Richardson county attorney. Guardianship of Daniel Ray Murray; petition for ap- pointment of guarc, an, order Finals appointing guardian, oath of Arlington II beat Nickerson I guardian, letters of guar- for the championship, Superior dianship. I beat Ewing I for third place. Estate of George B. Hell, deceased; withdrawal of claim, man as new men's division took home cash Omar Earl of Columbus, the honorees. prizes of $75, $50, $20 and $10 Neb., became the new manager Mr. Earl was assistant plus trophies, of the Champlin Petroleummanager while at Columbus. A summary of the results: Company in Superior, begin- Men's First Round ning his new duties here Sept. 1. Socia I Security Ewing I beat David City I; He replaces Carl HulIj who is The Social Security Wahoo I beat Bruno I; O'Neill I retiring. Representative will be in beat Tamora I; Clay Center Local union members and Superior at the Security beat Staplehurst I; Nickerson I their wives honored Mr. and National Bank Community beat Brainard I; Arlington I Mrs. Earl Monday evening.Room today (Thursday) from beat Garland I; Prague I beat Those present were Mr. and l0 a.m. to noon. Medicare now Dwight I; Malmo I beat Morse Mrs. Jim Grisham, Mr. andcovers kidney transplant or Bluff I; Mead I beat Yutan I; Mrs. Herman Laird, Mr. and dialysis treatments for persons Superior I beat Blair I; David Mrs. Jimmy Dow, Mr. and Mrs. under age 65, who have worked City II beat Tamora H; Ewing Bill Mallam, Hugo Westphal, under social security and also II beat Wahoo II; Bellevue beat Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley and for the dependents. Supt, fire reg LeRoy Pointer, Nuckoitsschool Districts 2R, 36 and 72. County Superintendent of You insert after "approval", at schools, submitted the fol]owing this time, just what does it letter to last week to Joe Pluta, mean? The sensitors, say, :J state fire marshall, with regard $8.90 must next year to proposed changes in the replaced with a new smoke and Nebraska fire regulations, heart device, say, at $24.69. It is The letter, a matter of con- my frank opinion that the fire cern to all Nuckolls County prevention---detection regula- residents, is printed below, tions you forced on the above Class 1 schools is not justified, not reasonable nor practical from the standpoint of saving lives. Termites are active in Superior area. For free inspection and estimates Valley Building Center, Superior, 879-3296 or Chicago Lumber Co., Blue Hill, Neb. Registered with state ot Nebraska i i i ii ii/! iI i~i~ ,!i Dear Mr. Pluta: I am sorry but future com- mitments prevent me from attending the hearing regarding [ *ire Regulations scheduled for 9:30 Friday, Aug. 31, 1973. It might be wise for me to point out that I served as a fire inspector at both the Mead Ordinance and Kearney Air Base, and I cognizant of the seriousness of your many responsibilities. There is undoubtedly always room for improvement in fire prevention. The bad part of it is that we tend to, at excessive costs, discard the effective old for the more expensive, more sophisticated and often untried new. Add to this the possibility of an eager inspector who is seeking brownie points and we create a situation within the law but not within the intent of the legislature. I seriously question ff any legislative body, any board of education, any superintendent of schools, any teacher, any cook or any custodian, thinks the regulation is necessary that a registered and or licensed electrician should take his time to hear the fire alarm bell ring 36 times in school "A". If they do, then the state should foot the inspection bill. I well know your thinking is "no one will check it" but I would like to point out you trust the teacher or superintendent to sign the fire drill report. Why can not the custodian or a Class 1 hoard member use a heat lamp to make the alarm sound? The electrician does ! Oh ! you don't trust the board member.-- Frankly l've known electicians who have, in my opinion, heated our sensitors so the bill can be increased. Oh! yes you say the monitor is highly delicate electrical devise? It most certainly is and in my ex- perience it has always, yes always, gone to the factory for repair. It seems to me that the fire marshall's department has in the past had a fancy with every new device that has come on the fire prevention market. I say this because of past experience and the approval notices this office has received from your office for Nuckolls County sunshine and motherhood but each of the three is under certain circumstances, if controlled by the bureaucracy, a shambles. Respectfully submitted, LeRoy Pointer You see, the reason the fire marshall's department has had few complaints on some of the present monstrous rules and regulations is that people do not like to get involved for fear their friends will say "Oh yes: he doesn't believe in child safety." It is a little like fresh air. A weekly program in color Hear this great lady sing "In The Garden" Featuring Richard Roberts Patti Roberts & the World Action Singers without prejudice. Small Claims Court Slusher Furniture d-b-a P. Slusher vs. Robert A. Peterson; suit on account. Slusher Furniture d-b-a P. Slusher vs. Harry Placke; suit on account. Delka Garage vs. Vernon Runyan; suit on account. Civil Department William R. Boyce d-b-a Collection Associates vs. Rex and Sandra Bell; suit on note. William R. Boyce d-b-a Collection Associates vs. Rodney Ohlrich; suit on ac- count. William R. Boyce, d-b-a- Collection Associates vs. Ernest Blau and Diane Blau; suit on account. Schott Oil Company vs. Robert Hunter; suit on account. Schott Oil Company vs. Robert L. Howe and Elizabeth Howe; suit on account. Traffic Court State vs. clarence A. Car- penter; no reciprocity, $27.00 and costs. State vs. Robert E. Allen; first count overweight on axles, Something Good This Sunday at 8:30 a.m. KHTL-TV Ch. 4 Watch for Oral Roberts' next hour long special late in October. iiii !/ is going to happen to you !!! ~y % MONDAY, MR. AND MRS. ERNEST BRIDWELL at. was more than two-feet deep in their home at T08 Park. tempted to salvage their flood soaked belongings. The water --Ex $67.00, second count, over- weight on axles, $67.00 and third count over carrying capacity on plates, $37.00 and costs. State vs. James M. Schriever; speeding, $15.00 and costs. State vs. Richard Allen Gray; evading the fuel tax, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Dwaine T. Peterson; first count, speeding, $25.00 and second count, no driver's license, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Jon D. Sunday; reckless dirving, $25.00 and costs. Marriage Department Randall Wayne Schuitz, 20, and Marcia Ilene Simonsen, 19, were married Aug. 24. 1973, by Rev. Kent Morse with Mrs. Alicia Tracy and Jerry Jensen as witnesses. Richard Leon Porter, 22, and Gwen Adele Jones, 20, were married Aug. 26, 1973, by Rev. Richard Ludden with David Scott Green and Carol Ann Helzer as witnesses. Noel Wayne Epke, 17, and Doris Ann Delka, 17, were married Aug. 24, 1973, by Rev. Max O. McCamley with Scott Colgrove and Betty Ehlers as witnesses. David Nell Bondegard, 20, and Sharon Joyce Biltoft, 21, were married Aug. 24, 1973, by Rev. Charles W. Leypoldt with Sharlene Biltoft and Michael Bondegard as witnesses. NEW PARKING We new have an off street Parking Lot just north of our funeral home for the convenienCe of those attending services here. You will find | friendly and courteous attendant to assist you in parking your car before the service and to again help you in leaving after the service. We will, of course, continue to furnish a ride to and from the service to anyone without transportation. For every type of service we are as close es your telephone and always Immediately *available. Frank H. Sawyer Hearing Aid Consultant 415 Sharp Bldg.; Lincoln, Nebr. ; of Hearing Hearing Tests MAICO Otten Aid Service "Serwng All Hearing Aid Users" Mr. Sawyer Will Be At Leslie Hotel THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 From 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Montgomery.Wi Funeral Home Telephone 819.3123 814 Idaho Street, e Just For This amazing new sports graph puts a wealth of football in- formation at your finger tips. Whether on the 50 yard line or in front of your TV, you will be able to compare vital statistics of the Nebraska Cornhuskers with those of their opponents. The Sports Graph contains history and statistics on each opposing player as well as the Nebraska players. Get yours today. Be ready to enjoy Cornhusker Football this fall. DANKAMERIcARD 335 Central Avenue Member of FDIC Superior, i:i~ :i