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@ • • • • says tho North America Free Trade will send thousands of jobs out of appears the trade agreement of the most exciting opportunities in decades for - [ Letters to Editor: Saturday I attended a rural safety camp at Nelson. There were many people who showed us a lot of things about safety. Some of the things I learned were not to use tobacco, four- wheeler safety and being careful near farm machines. They gave me a neat T-shirt too. I can't wait to go again next year, I really learned a lot. Tucker Sibert anxiously wanting to feed one of the world's fastest growing markets. U.S. agriculture could lose not only the $2.5 billion in export growth NAFTA predicts but part of The Superior 3B PunChed ~ ay . ~~........~ isher _ S.p~in¢ P~ohhlng com~my, me. PRIZE WINNING P,O. a= 4oa, NE e s oe Kansas St~cal~s write to ~ ~ ~ ~m the existing $4 billion in farm exports to Mexico. eConomic stability. With the Santa Fe railroad's connection, much of the Sixty.four Years Ago Thirty Years Ago Five Years Ago One Year Ago .ce Doris Cbesmut and Dorothy Leslie Jensen is the manager The Kansas Minerals ash Wildcat Community TracR is the name selected for the new rtainity surrounds the proposal but virtually grain raised in this area for export is currently going to the aAdamSPsalmWereMemoryh°n°redcontestbecaUSevietory°f his°f thedutiesPlainSsept.Motel.15. He began kato.Plant nears completion at Man- ~d by the Superior school J tive studies have indicated NAFTA will be Mexican market. The NAFTA agreement willexpand this at a young peoples convention at :ulture. Weexpect the agreement will greatly demand for this grain. Kathrine Boersma is assistant A nuclear waste meeting for • Topeka, at the home of Rev. A. librarian at Perkins Library, Nuckolls and Webster counties Carl Mohler was appointed to karkets for our grain and livestock products. There are valid concerns about how NAFTA will treat J. McFarland. Hastings College. will be held in Blue Hill. fill the unexpired term of Lloyd :o wipe away the misinformation and scare certain commodities and perhaps some changes need to be Margaret Grandy, head nurse Gov. Frank Morrison spoke Darrell Davis will join the Rust on the Superior City Coun- at Brodstone Memorial h~pital, to 500 farmers and business men Culpepper& Merriweather Cir- oil. usedby opponents of the agreement, made. But overall we in the farm belt are positioned to gain and her mother, Agnus c, randy, at Superior's annual chicken cus when it leaves Superior. He important tomuch from NAFTA. are visiting in North Dakota and barbecue. ;of our agricultural industry. Without NAFTA, we will be missing a chance to rejects NAFTA, we expect Mexico wi!l capture a guranteed and growing market. Let us not hand and other more export-hungry countries this market over to farmers in other nations. students we sang about America, the As adults we like nation in the same light but it is not. This be the home of the brave but with each less the home of the free. areas, stand guard in shopping carry Weapons to school and POpulation lives in fear. citizens are being held hostage in their ;' International travelers are afraid to visit. New x are among the cities where visitors sing how they can avoid becoming As residents of the plains states, we bohst of andenjoy reading novels about the tamed the west. Though we classify the courageous, it may take more courage shot and killed today in Wichita it was when Wichita was classified as a town. is focusing almost exclusively on health the importance of health care but alust receive more attention. A.round the becoming known as the Murder Nation atly, an intemational traveler wh6 has Yokohama, Japan, are the Ohlde have recently joined together to network. Perhaps sub-groups In addition, the college has parents of a daughter. Presbyterian Baptist Church est assets of form the North Central Kansas could be started with an altema- acquired grants from both the Mrs. Theedor Enghoff was Church Southern Baptist Convention Is is the base Business and Industry Coalition tive focus such as service,.agri- Southwestern Bell Foundation presenLed a gold mesh evening Sixth and N Central ~ Highway East 36 manufactur: (coaltion). They believe that by culture or utilities. Companies and the Mid-America Manufac- bag before leaving for the Su- Mankato, Kan. are either working together and opening might also choose to get in- turing Technology Center to preme Assembly in Boston. signifi-thechannelsofcommttmc'ation volvedinonlythataspectofco-purchase video and printed f -~ Phone402-879-3733 :ff~=~Ch--h913.378.3655 in this they can enhance their individu- alition activities that particularly resource materials which area Letters to :lint al operations and therefore bene- appeal to them. companies may borrow. En k, the Editor ) Rev. JerryDean, lmntor HomeglS-378-362= to in- fit the region as a whole. Pres- A natural partnership has de- hancements have been made to Roy. Carroll O. l ,erlst Os. critical mass necessary to bring lustrate this, the six training grants. S resources, training, and expertise modules of the American Pro- Companies that are interested Belo to the region that companies duction and Inventory Control in any of the activities of the eo- Li vorkin.[g alone would not be able Society (APlCS) axe presently alition or who would like to ex- and Sc,)t)justity. being offered on Saturdays for plore another service that could ABB Membership m-date has pri- area employees. Prior to the ex- benefit regional companies are Hutchin- marily involved manufacturing istence of this organization, in- encouraged to contact a member Center andfirms, but the coalition believes terested persons had to travel to company in their area this winter other forms of businesses also Wichita or Kansas City to par- at Cloud County Community ef these companies lend themselves to this type of ticipate in APICS courses." College. ently the group meets on the veloped between the coalition the college satellite system so Editor: and third Wednesday evening of and Cloud County Community companies can attend relevant Enclosed is a check for re- Most every other month for either a College so training geared espe- satellite downlinks on campus, newal of our paper. We enjoy it Y think of an plant tour or featured speaker, cially for manufacturers can be The fees for meeting speakers very much, especially the lewell Peterson This group also provides the made available in the area. To il- are also supplemented by these County section. We are also in- eluding two (2) gift subscrip- tions. Keep up the "Good Work." Sincerely Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson Kent, Wash. Edit ." Sept. 19-25 is designated as National Farm Safety and Health Week-1993, This, the 50th anniversary of the obser- vance, emphasizes the critical is- sues of child, tractor and chemi- cal safety on U.S. farms and 8tmday Sunday School ..... 9:30 a.m. Worship Service...l 1:00 a.m. First Comnaunlty Church Oak, Neb. Jonathan ]$roblton, pastor Phone 402-225-2284 Sunday Sunday School .......... 9:00 a.m. Mornlng Worship ..... 10:00 a,m. Midweek Bible Studies Bible Centered Nondenomlnatlonal Salem Sunday Sunday School ........ I0 a.m. Mornlng Worship ..... I 1 a.m. i Church Of The Nazarene 740 Frost 7th Rev. Leland Smith ' Office Phone 402.879.4391 Sunday Sunday School ......... 9:30 a.m. Morning Service ..... I0:50 a.m. Children's Serv/ce First Week Each Month Evening Service ............. 6 p.m. Wedne-dlay Prays.a" Mcetlr~ Fdds' Oulzzlng and Teen Bible Study ....... 7 p.m. Transportation and Nursery Webber United music , performers and attenders all writers had fun with a benefit concert Pinewood Bowl. One headline pro- flows," another said "Floodfest stays to raise money fora Red Cross flood ix blemsoftheirown SOme feared the festival had been a money TheweatherkepttheheadlinebandinColoradoandcutattendance neerin.l advances with educa- tional initiatives can reduce the by more than half.Dancers soon turned the grassed area in front of levels of preventable accidents, the stage into a mud pit. Perhaps the Roodfest participants gained some appreciation of the problems the rain and mud associated with a flood can bring. We know a little bit about mud in this area. The photograph associated with this notebook was taken earlier this year in northern Nuckolls County. The county patrol operator was stuck in the middle of a road. A crane and crawler-type tractor had to be called to remove the machine. Though rond crews have been working at top speed, damaged caused by last year's severe winter and this summer's wet weather has not been repaired. While looking through family photographs this weekend with my parents, Rita and I came across a number taken in September of injuries and deaths on America's farms. The 1993 theme "Safety and Health . .. Agriculture's future" promotes the initiative that ev- eryone in America should be concerned about agricultural production and it's longevity and strength in the global arerm. Each farmer and rancher in the U.S. now feeds nearly 100 per- sons and the emerging technolo- gies would indicate that our fu- ture looks bright for expanding this milestone. 1973.That year flood problems began Labor Day weekend and As we mark this 50th anni- continuedintoOetober.Oneofthepicturessh°wedpe.°,pleer°ssing versary of National Farm Safety the foot bridge which connected Brodstone Memorial Fseld and and Health Week, every U.S. Superior High School. Hood water h.ad reach¢:d the bridge fl .oor, citizen should stop for a moment spread over the football field, washed away me aspl t running and recognize the dedication track surface and taken the Fourth Street Bridge. which our farmers and ranchers Though I don't remember being seared at the time, I gasped make each day to the strength and welfare of our nation. Their when I saw the pietmexi. That day the bridge looked substantial but emotional, economic and envi- a subsequent flood swept it away. Weather certainly makes living in this area more interesting, ronmentalgo unnoticedhardshipsby our nation.Sh°uld not TuesdayaRernoonaweatherb.ulletinreceiv,edin eNc l lls The Superior FFA Chapter County Sheriff's Off'me comparea umt..at tem°°n" s.m P| Y_ cn=an,_g_: would like to recognize National ingweathertoapotboilingonastove'r~°stormsnan°eve|°pe~out Farm Safety and Health Week and encourage everyone in the if the lid came off the pot, the writer warned severed storms would community to "Think Safety"! rapidly boil over the area. . Sincerely, As these entries are made it appears the lid m.ust have came off Monte Kirehhoff Clouds building and the sky dark. Michael Oslmrg, pastor Sunday Sunday School ..... 9:30 a.m. Worship ............. 10:45 a.m. Living Faith Fellowship Word of Faith Chureh 818 N Central l~tay B~uLy, pastor Phone 4o2-879.3a14 Sunday Adult Worship ................ 10:30 a.m, Children's Church .......... I0:30 a.m. Adult Worship ....................... 5 p.m. Children's Church ................. 5 p.m. Wednesday ! Youth Rap ............................. 7 p.m. Adult Bible Study .................. 7 p.m. Children's Bible Study ........... 7 p.m. ranches. Lutheran Church Methodist Church A majority of accidents re- byBill Blouvelt , suiting in serious injury or death (EtC_~ .~d I Webber, Fan. ..... to farmers, ranchers, family Phone402-225-4207 =Offce913-361-2664 Fellowshi_V Old Pleasant View School The storm, which dumped more than three inches of rain on members and farm workers are Highway 14 North I Cralg llauschlld' pastor at the Junction of thiS area Saturday and Sunday, almost washed away the concert, preventable. Combining engi- Superior, Neb. Highways No, 14 and No. 4 Sunday Worship ................... 9:30 a.m. Sunday School ....... 10:30 a.m. First and Thlrd Wednesday Of Each Month Olive Hill Church Pastor Lester Snyder Phone 402-879-4480 Pastor azld Mrs. David Sellers Worship Service, Sunday lOa.m, Early Prayer, Monday. 6:30 a.m.; Bible Study, Wednesday .............. 7:30 p.m. Children's Bible Study, Wednesday ........ 7:30 p.m Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Sunday Sunday School .... 9:30 a.m. Worship ............ 10:30 a.m. Located five miles south and two miles west of Superior Proclaim/n0 Chr/st S/nee 1878 Phone 402-279.3205 ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Hardy, Neb. Walter Laugblln, pastor Sunday Worship ........... 9 ~m; Sunday School and Fellowship Hour ..... I0 a.m. Centennial Lutheran Church {u~.oua srnod} N Dskot, a 8met, euperim.. Nob. IRI~ 402-tl79~ IS7 Paul Albrecht, putor Wedne~bty Family Night ........................ 7 p.m. Saturday Worship .......................... 6:30 p.m. Sunday Worahlp Service ..................... 9 a.m. Sunday School-Bible Class .. l0 a.m. w~h~ tmh us t~a t~ l~adk:~t meh Sunda~ em KI~S Radt~ RIa~ mUf~ addal~mal w~hlp and United Methodist Church 448 N Kansas Street Superior, Neb. Rev. Larry Michael-Rush Sunday Service Church School ..... 9:30 a.m, Worship ............. 10:45 a.m. First Baptist Church {~} 558 N Commerchd ~,~1 Superior, Neb, Rev. Loubs Bapt~t Church 40241~ Sunday Church at St~, 9:30 a~m, Worship ........ .., t 1:00 a.m; i Lutheran Church Evangelical Lutheran Church in America 505 N Kansas Superior, Neb. Michael Osberg, pastor Sunday Morning Worship.. 8:45 a.m Church of Christ 564 East Fourth Street Phone 402-879-4067 Ken Falrbrother, minister Wednesday Night Youth and Adult Bible Study ..... 7:3£ Sunday Worship Service ......... 9:30 a.m. Sunday School .............. l I a.m. Eventng Service .......... 6:30 p.m. Gm ttude to God should be. as re~ular as our heartbeat. LitUe Blue Christian no longer pays in America. Our courts must be instructed to hand out penalties in keeping with the crime. Rather than being sent to resorts with golf courses, the criminals should be sent to labor camps. Murdere and drug dealers deserve a swift death sentence. Justice needs to be dispensed swiftly and the juries be composed of common people who know what it is like to be a victim. Bail and parole systems which turn criminals onto the streets must be changed. Civil rights and liberalism is not an excuse for murder. As a nation we are ready for a change. This was demonstrated in northern Florida when, in the wake of a vicious murder, police rounded up scores of young black men, all with police records, for questioning. As expected some members of our society's liberal element protested the action as a violation of the young men's civil fights but the poor, beleaguerb.d black people in the public housing projects from which the men were taken found nothing wrong with the police tactics. They have long known what we arerjUSt now learning. It is no fun to live as the victims. Dunklau, Dorothy Eddy, Eva nethHamel. Murphy and B. A. Eddy, super- Ten Years Ago intendent. The remote airplane show at Entertaining soldiers at the the municipal airport was a pop- Harvard Air Base and at the ularFall Festival event. Bruning base were Don Boyd, Operators from Guys and Joy Jordan, Dianne Downing, Gals Salon, cut fair in front of Bill McBroom, Bud and Bob the Security National Bank to Downing, George Day and Bill raise funds for the swmming Hill from Superior and Wirme- pool and roller rink. fred Foust, llene Wullenwaber, Leann Ayer's is secretary in Ilene Aikin, Shirley Holstein Sen. J. J. Exon's office. and Lawrence Flower, Nelson. Vincente Paiva a county Mrs. Fredrick Thomas ac- agent of Paraguay is visiting in companied her husband as far as the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee- Kansas City on his return to nard Worm. Camp Gordon, Ga. Mrs. Beryl Thompson taught school for her Tuesday. Forty Years Ago Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Morris. Among the 128 members of this year's Unviersity of Ne- braska ROTC band are Robert Hill, Superior, and Duane Johnson and Yvonne Teve- Catholic Church Services St. Joseph'8 Church Superior, Neb. Father Frank Maehovec Rectory Phone 402-879-3735 .... Sch tui Dally Masses ....... 7:30 am. baugh, Nelson. The Grin Dillon family Saturday.................6 p.m. moved from Byron to Edgar Sunday ................... 8a.m. where he will be telegraph oper- Nelson-Sunday ...... 10 a.rn. ator. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beekius, First Mankato's First Football coach Cley Richen- stalled as pastor of Salem Luthe- difer has been called for army ranChurch. .ections duty. After the Mankato game Twelve bands entertained By Donna M. Chrtstensen made several humanitarian trips in to war-tom Bosnia told Supt. R. H. Bonham and Arthur from 1 p.m. to midnight in the Omaha reporters he would rather return to Bosnia than Peitsch will take over the coach- Oregon Trail Park, Oak. When I was in Topeka with my grandsons last month, Jon and I ing duties. Newly elected officers on the took a walk one evening. We passed a place where a big friendly- return his rental car to Miami. Hardy teachers honored at a Nuckolls County Extension looking German shepherd dog lived. He wore a collar which kept him It is time the common folk of this nation regain control reception were Agnes McNulty, Council were Mrs. George Ren- confined to his yard. There were stakes around the perimeter which Inger Hansen, Bernice Cooper, schler, Mrs. Frank Martin, Mrs. would cause an electric shock if he were to pass them. There was no of our streets. We must let the criminals know that crime Mildred Leigh, Virginia Tom Dolnicek and Mrs. Ken- evidence of his confinement. It was a restriction he had placed on himself, because of adverse consequences, which determined his limits. I thought it was quite a system. And I was reminded of the importance of self discipline in our lives too. We have the ability to make choices which will bring more pleasure to our lives. Take for example the method is which we chose to speak. Once we have an understanding of how important our words are we watch more closely to make them appropriate. Jesus told his disciples, "now what goes into the mouth defiles a man, but what comes out defiles him." That makes words quite important. The words I chose have the power to corrupt my life. In the same way the dog in Topeka chose to stay within the confines of his yard, so I have the opportunity to chose words which will enhance the quality of my life, and deter undesirable repercus- sions later. Church of Christ 5th and Porter Nelson. Neb. 68961 John Wearden, minister Phone 402-225-3027 Church . Sund ......... Bible Study. ............. 9:30 am. Worship Service. .... I0:30 a.m. Evening Worship ..... 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study ...... 7:30 p.m. Our Redeemer Washington. Funeral were held for Elsie Senior class officers are AI- Willett, Arthur Ray and Wil- bert Langer, president; Margaret liam Callahan, son-in-law of Mr. Bosserman, vice president; and Mrs. Floyd Bryan Everett Wright, secretary; andTwenty Years Ago Carol Chaney, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Train, Dorothy Preston is in St. Hardy, moved to an apartment Louis attending a library school, in Superior following their sale. Fifty YearsAgo Rev. Ray Ensign was in- will observe his 81st birthday Deaths listedwereA1Kottm- with the circus, eyer, Jim Bruning, Leo Chro- Irene Olmmn was honored nopulos, George Neeman and for 35 years service with Lin- Loretta Joseph. coin Telephone Company. Wild turkeys have been re- The 50th annual corn show ported in north Superior.will be Oct. 1 to 4, at Jewell. From Our Early Files NEWSPAPER P.O. Box ~f~,Wet~s¢. Kantat 0e070-02~ NATIONAL NEWSPAPER ~br~k- Press ~ S~:~cflptlon ratee: S12 pe¢ 1mar o~ three years 1o~ lk~3 I~yable In advance ASSOCIATION In Ne~mka and I~mum, ~ $18per yost ot thfm yeant foe as0.