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[ f 24-Real Estate THREE-BEDROOM home with 1 1/2 lots, one-car garage in Su- perior. Phone 402-257-4425. 24-40-3p FOR SALE: 80-acre farm. Phone 402-364-2352 after 7 p.m. 24-42-2p FOR SALE: Nice 10-unit three- bedroom motel in Central Ne- braska. Terms or trade. Other Servjco '" motels available. 308-532-6320. 24-42 - 1 p YOUR car. Check belts and hoses. 24a-Mobile Homes and complete cleaning. 1972 NEW Moon mobile home, tune- frostfree refrigerator, gas range, central air, wood-burning stove 402-879-3612. at Coaches Inn. $3,000. Phone , recent asco racing piston, rebuilt lower end, sldertrade Phone 402/913-875- 23a-33-ffp 23b-40-ffc PA&B Motors, Stratton, used cars, pickups, d classics. Steel service. 35 ariel we deall 23b-42-1p Trucks used tracks p or not. Have ;h uck Auto and Phone 402-224- 23c-41-ffc pickup. 13-378- 23c-42-3c wheel, 33 and booth cov- Inn. Call 23d-39-tfc One Motobocane eels, made in bike. Color, Christmas 23d-42-1p Expert TIRE NG 13&S MARKET Nebraska i 402-879-4113. 24a-29-tfc 30a-Musical Instr. SPINET CONSOLE piano for sale. Take on small payments. See locally. 800-343-8494. 30a-42-1 p 31 -Insurance ARE your CDs only paying three percent to four percent? If so, contact Steve Headdck, an inde- pendent agent, about higher pay- 0ng annuities. Also remember me for health and life insurance. PO Box 66, Superior, Neb. 68978. 31-42-tfc 34a-Roofing BUYER ROOFING COMPANY NI Types Roofing CornmericaJ and Residential All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Phone 913-527-2687 Bellaville, Kansas 34a-2-tfc DURO-LAST Roofirg. Single-ply roofing f0r flat roofs, commemial, industrial, residential. 20-year warranty $6,000,000 product li- ability insurance on building, con- tents. Interstate Structures, Keamey, 800-584-9352. 34a-42-1p 36-Thank You I WOULD like to thank my family, ladles at the chumh and friends for the flowers, gifts and cards that made my 80th birthday so special. Doris Christensan. 33-42,1c THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Phone 402-879-3291 IFIED RATES per word ...................................................... 12 ............................................................ $2.00 per word ...................... . ............................. 21 EKS, per word ................................................ 30 additional weeks, add 9 cents per word per word .......................................... 12 DISPLAY, per inch ................................... $2.75 issues (minimum four), per inch ............ $2.40 Advertisements running blind under the must be answered .by letter. Answers must be 10 days after the last insertion. There is an additional more than the cost of the ad for this form. KNOW WHAT YOUR AD WILL COST" ad is ........................................ $2.00 a word, irludtng your name and address. either Master Charge or Visa. ell nonommerdel ads. Ads will be accepted until 4 p.m. Tuesday In Issue of the following day. classified advertising classification: reserves the right to classify all advertisements its own rules of classification. CLASSIFIED INDEX sdvertisement under any of the following headings: For Sale 26-Notioa 17-Electronics 27-Fertilizer 17'a-Memorials 27a-Chemicals 18-Household Goods 28-Farm Loans 18a-Antiques 2U-Poultry 21-Feed and Seed 21a-lrrigation 22-Vans 23-Used Cars 23a-Motorcycles 23b-Auto Service 23c-Used Trucks 23d-Recreational 23e-Tge Repair 24-Real Estate 24a-Mobile Homes 24b-Rant, Buildings 25-Land For Rent 29-Eleaician 29a-Welding 30.Beautidan K)a-Musloal Instruments 31-1nsuranoa 3Is-Auctioneer 32-Refrigeration 33-Prefessional 33a-Lodges 34-Plumbing 34a-Roofing 36-Thank You 37-In Memorium 40-Contractors WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED AD: respond more quidS/and f=vora when given =)rapists or coos, your nsme end complete melling livoa m = h=vsprospe rNds ptkx and mk youmdf what you would like to aktmion do m .  There ere o sped mm lor ose name or offer before the public every week. PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD Phone 402-879-3291 PO BOX 408, SUPERIOR,NEB. 68978 Kansas residents should mail to 258, WEBBER, KANSAS 66970 place an advertisement and to your Visa or MasterCard card. Hours are: Monday through Friday noon and 1-5 p.m.; Saturday. 8:30 a.m.-noon EXPRESS I WANTto express my thanks to the nurses and Dr. Leibel for the care I received while hospital- ized. Thanks also to Helen Tyler for organizing the birthday card shower and all who remembered me with cards, flowers and visits. A special thanks to Beulah Tho- mas and Linda Jackson for their kindness. Beulah Mendenhall. 36-41-1p WE WISH to thank everyone for the calls, cards, flowers, balloons, candy, gifts and visits while Bruce was hospitalized and since re- turning home. A special thanks to Nita, the ambulance crew, Dr. Blecha, nurses, Dan, Butch and the staff of The Looking Glass. Everyone did such a fine job and we appreciated it. It will long be remembered. Bruce and Linda Ayers. 36-42-1c THANK YOU so much for all your prayers, cards, letters and phone calls. Thank you to our pastors, doctors and the two excellent ambulance crews from Mankato and Superior. Thanks to all of you, Donald Reed is home and getting well and strong. Anna Margaret Reed. 36-42-1p WE WOULD like to say thank ou to both the Superior and cleon fire departments for their quick response to our barn fire. We're very lucky to have such trained volunteers that put a lot of time into doing a dangerous job well. We appreciate all the help from Lorrell Peterson and Don Strobl and from family, friends and neighbors. Gary, Janice, Chris and Shawn Tordrup. 36-42-1 p I WISH to extend my heartfelt PROCEEDINGS OF VILLAGE OF HARDY Oct. 6,1992 The Oct. 6 meeting was called to order at 7 p.m., by Sam Clark, with all members present. Minutes of the September meeting were read, the correc- tion of Denelda A. Edwards dha Do Drop In, rather than Paul R. and Denelda A. in regards to the Liquor License, with no other correctior or additions, Ed- wards made the motion, second- ed by Piper to acccept the min- utes, carried 3-0, with Fuller ab- staining. September Treasurer's Re- port was presented, with no cor- rections or additions, Fuller made the motion to accept, sec- oud by Blair, carried 4-0. The following bills were pre- sented: Lincoln Telephone, water, 64.99-fireball 40.75 ..... 105.74 Downing & Alexander, professional service ..... 180.00 Nebr. Rural Water Asm., dues ........ . ...................... 50.00 Coop Business Assn., tank rent, diesel, gas, oil ....... 74.70 Wheelers, weed eater line ........................ 10.72 Corporate Diversified Ins. firemen .......................... 38.00 Rural Fire Dept., siren hook-up .............. 363.85 The Garbage Company, trash pick-up .................. 10.(30 Marian Watson, record book ................... 40.00 SuperiorAce Hardware, keys and spray paint ........ 4.74 Rogene Renz, postage and phone rcim .............. 14.53 Diana Fuller, 911 meeting and mileage ..... 28.00 Superior Publishing, notice proc, file folders ....... ,...42.18 Walter Rowley, postage reim .................... 5.80 Salaries ............................. 800.39 Blair made the motion to pay the bills as presented, Edwards THANK YOU for all the cards and gifts we received for ou r 45th anniversary and to our children for arranging the card shower and dinner. Betty and Vernon Corman. 36-42-1c thanks to all who attended my' seconded. Carried 4-0. retirement party Sunday after- Clark reported on the grant noon making it such a delightful for the Water Project being near day. Thanks-for all your good completion. wishes, cards and gifts. To my The 3rd reading of Ordinance daughters, Barbara, Cheryl and No. 150 to Am d Ordinance Terri, thankyouforyourtimeand No. 133 was mad as follows: the effort to make it possible. Love following changes are to take you. God bless. Donna Gillan. place; to raise the water rates to 36-42-Ip $5.00 and the sewer to $5.00 and to raise the gallons used over the 5,000 to $1.00 per 1,000 gallons. Non-residents $30.00 minimum for the first 20,000 gallon and $1.00 per 1,000 gallon thereafter. If paid on or before=the 10th of the I WISH to thank all who sent month there will be a $2.00 PROCEEDINGS OF SUPERIOR CITY COUNCIL Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the City of Superior, Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the 28th day of September 1992, in the Council Chambers at 7:30 o'clock pan. Present were Mayor Rust and council mem- bers Molder, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Absent was council member Dochring. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the City Clerk's Of- rice, Municipal Auditorium and Public Safety Building, the des- inated method for giving no- tice. Notice oi this meeting was si- multaneously given to the Mayor and all members of the Council. Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice to the Mayor and Council of this meeting. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the atten- dance of the public. Moved by Rempe, seconded by Wharton that minutes of the regular meeting of September 14, 1992 be approved. Yea; Molder, Wharton, iYapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Ab- sent: Dochring. Rodger Dean reported on the status of the renovation of the Legion Baseball Field and re- ported that it is proceeding as planned. He informed the Coun- cil that a light pole was blown over near the stands and that the pole was rotted off and that other poles were suspect. He stated that they planned a future qlmt application for the installa- tton of new lighting system, however based on the suspected deterioration of the present poles it was felt that the city should consider a_$rant application at this time. He reported that the application would be for $40,000 with the city matching half of that and that he had dedi- cated pledges to cover the city portion. He presented a grant ap- plication for the citys review. Resolution 92-16 prqposing that the city apply for fed,al as- sistance from the Lar! and Water Conservation Fund for the purpose of replacing and upgrad'm,g the lighting system at the city s Legion Baseball Field was entered by Trapp for adop- tion. The motion was seconded by Rempe and on roll call vote: the following voted: Yea; Molder, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Ab- cards, flowers, memorials and only discount given. massasatthetimeofmyfather's Rodger Dean and Dan Cor- sent: Doebring. death. A very special thank you man we present to discuss and Mike Damon, representing to.Ihose who drove the miles to o,a dot._ion for4].hall. NPPD iEesented an Auxi!iary go to the funeral, to.-evenlOnw i-Id in Superior; . ,,* -.- "" i i *'f 0nsjder- who helped at the store while I Walter Rowley was present arSon of the Council, Moved by was guile, and to those friends to make a report that the humidi- Wharton, seconded by Rempe who worried and cared about me ty at the Water Plant is at the that the Mayor sign the contract. over the last few months. And to safe level or below. The old Yea: Molder, Wharton, Trapp, CarolBoyd, myfamilyandlthank water tanks were discussed. Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: youfromthebottomofourhearts Property clean-up was dis- None. Absent:Doehring. for the beautiful poemyou wrote cussed. Streets and alleys, were The Mayor re-appointed in memory of our dad. We will discussed. Lagoon clean out was Karen Christiancy to the Board cherish it foreverl Karen Happ. discussed. Cable rates were dis- of Public Works for a four year 36-42-1c cussed. Salt usage was dis- term and requested Council ap- ORDINANCE NO. 8i5 AN ORDINANCE TO RE- PEAL SECFION 8-517 OF OR- DINANCE NO. 740 BEING THE MUNICIPAL COURT CODE OF THE CITY OF SU- PERIOR, NEBRASKA WHICH REQUIRES PERSONS EN- GAGED COMMECIALLY IN THE BUSINESS OF TREE TRIMMING, CUTTING DOWN TREES OR REMOV- ING THE TREES AND STUMPS WITHIN THE CITY OF SUPERIOR BEFORE EN- GAGING IN SUCH ACTIVITY TO OBTIN A PERMIT FROM THE CITY CLERK AND MININUM LIABILITY IN- SURNCE OF $ I00,000. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA: SECTION 1. Section 8-517 of Ordinance No. 740 that being the Municipal Code of the City of Superior, Nebraska is here- with appealed, SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall take effect upon its pas- sage, approval and publication according to law. PASSED AND APPROVED this 12thday of Octoher 1992. ' Lloyd Rust Mayor Dewayne L. Aherg, Clerk cussed. There will be a Village Rum- % Sale on Oct. 24. air made the motion to ad- journ, Edwards seconded. Car- ried 4-0. Rogene E. Renz Clerk Sam Clark Chairman & Mayor NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Board of Zoning Adjustment of the City of Superior, Nebras- ka, will hold a public hearing on the following request for a zon- ing variance: 1. Case No. ZA 92-02 by Kent D. and Peggy L. Bargm for a variance in the frontyard building setback to allow con- =ruction of a garage on Lot I, Block 1, Norris Addition Subdi- vision, 1820 North Idaho Street, Superior, Nebraska. Said lot is zoned "A" Agricultural and is located to the east and south of H & H Body Shop and to the north and East of Superior Good Samaritan Center. Hearing will be held in the conference room of the City Light and Water Building, 135 West 4th Street, at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1992 at which time and place all persons inter- ested in the above case will be heard. Board of Zoning Adjnsunent Dr. Jeffery 0. Kozal Chairman lc In Loving Memory of Warren Stiles Twenty gears have gone now Since you left us here. We smOe when we think of you And know you are always near. We hope you are proud of the wag our lives turned out. Your children and thetr famIlles Are what your le brought about. Rest now and walt for us to flnlsh what you started. Until we are together agoln Never knowing we were parted. Your fmnfly proval. Moved by Trapp, sec- onded by Wharton that appoint- ment be approved. Yea; Mohler, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Absent; Doehring. Council member Wharton in- troduced Ordinance No. 814 en- titled: AN ORDINANCE AU- THORIZING AND DIRECT- ING BULK GAS PARTICIPA- TION BY THE CITY OF SU- PER/OR, NEBRASKA, IN THE GAS SUPPLY AOREEMENT WITH THE NEBRASKA PUB- LIC GAS AOENCY; TO PRE- SCRIBE THE TIME WHEN THIS ORDINANCED SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EF- FECT. and moved that the statutory rule requiring reading on three dif- ferent days be suspended. Coun- cil Member Rempe seconded the motion tO suSpetld the rules and upon roll call vote on the mo- tion, the following council members voted; Yea; Molder, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Absent Dochring. The motion to sus- pend the rules was adopted by three-fourths of the Council and the statutory role was declared suspended for consideration of said ordinance. Said ordinance was then read by title and thereafter Council Member Wharton moved for final passage of the ordinance, which motion was seconded by Council Member Rempe. The Mayor then started the question: "Shall ordinance No. 814 be passed and adopted?" Upon roll call vote the following voted; Yea: Mohier, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Absent: Doebring. The passage and adoption of said ordinance having been con- cuffed in by a majority of all members of the Council, the Mayor declared the ordinance adopted and the Mayor, in the presence of the Council, signed and approved the ordinance and the Clerk attested the passage and approval of the same and af- flxedliis dgnature thereto. Ed Wharton connnented on complaint procedures. He said that when complaints are re- ceived" the clerk sends letter to /erty owners to ct ies. Citizens receiving .omplaims have said if they get a setter, everyone who have deft- ciences should get one. Wharton suggested that Council members should check property in their w .ards and if deficiency exist, to ta to owner about it. He felt that it would be better public re- lations with the citizens. Moved by Wharton, second- ed by Molder to repeal Section 8-517 of the city code which re- quires tree trimmers to have a permit and liability insurance. Yea: Molder, Wharton, Trapp, Kempe and Fairbrother. Nay: none. Absent: Docbring, Richard Elliott reported that the alley in Block 18 East Supe- rior is an open alley. The land for the alley was deeded to the City of Superior on November. 5, 1909. Elliott also reported that an auction is scheduled for surplus city equipment and materials will be October 27, 1992. Moved by Wharton, second- ed by Trapp to have the Engi- neer draft the specifications for tubing in City Park between 6th and 7th Streets. Yea: Mohier, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: none. Absent: Doebring. The May6r presented the name of Daryl Healey to be hired for the Street Department effective Oct. 5, 1992 at $7.28 per hour. Moved by Rempe, sec- onded by Wharton that Healey be hired for the Street Depart- ment at $7.28 per hour. Yea; Mohier, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Ab- sent: Dochring. Moved by Wharton, second- ed by Rempe that the Council go into executive session to discuss personnel problems. Yea; Molder, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother, Nay: None. Ab- sent: Doebring. At 8:40 pan. the council en- tered into executive session and the Council Chambers were emptied. At 8:50 p.m. the Coun- cil reconvened in open session. Moved by Wharton, second- ed by-Mohier that the Mayor es- tablish Police Policy Procedures. Yea: Mohler, Wharton, Trapp, Rempe and Fairbrother. Nay: None. Absent: Doehrin 8. The meeting adjourned. Lloyd Rust Mayor Dewayne L. Aberg City Clerk First Published OCt. 15, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Nebraska Department of Roads for Nuckolls County in Room 104 at the Central Office Building at 1500 Nebraska Hwy. ; at Lincoln, until 10:00 a,m., on Nov. 5, 1992. At that time the bids will be publicly opened and read for GRADING, CUL- VERTS, ONE BRIDGE, GUARD RAIL and incidental work IN NELSON Federal Aid Project No. BRO-7065(11) in Nuckolls County. This project is located on 7th Street east of Main Street in Nelson. The length of the proposed work is 0.3 mile. PROPOSAL FORMS FOR THIS WORK WILL BE IS- SUED ONLY TO CONTRAC- TORS WHO ARE QUALIFIED FOR BRIDGES. THIS PROJECT CONTAINS A $25,000 DBE GOAL. The price range of this project is between $I00,000 and $500,000 with 65 working days begptansinning June 1, 1993. tnd specifications may be seea at the Lincoln Camtrai Office beginning Oct. 20, 1992, or at the Grand Island District Enginner's Office beginning Oct. 26, 1992. Prequalification for bidding is required by Nebraska Revised Statute 39-1351-R.R.S. 1943. A Department of Roads' Bid Bond form for 5 percent of the bid must be submitted with the prheSalsuccessful bidder must furnish bond for 100 percent of the contract. Minority-owned businesses will not be discrirainated against. Contractors must meet the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Star. 1060) as . The Secretary of Labor has determined minimum wage rates for this project. This contract is subject to the Work Hours Act of 1962, P.L. 87-581 and implementing regu- lations. This project is subject to the provisions of the utilization of Minority Business Enterprises. THE RIGHT IS RBSERVED TO WAIVE ALL TECHNI. CALITIES AND RFJF.LW ANY OR ALL BIDS. DEPARMENT OF ROADS Allan L. Abbott Director-State Engineer V. Charles McCann, District Engineer 10-29-42-3c Winners of Moonlight Winners of the Moonlight Madness Contest held at the Su- perior Ace Hardware store in- eluded Ruth Hobelman, Formoso, Phil Simonsen, Superior, Ocne Frerichs, Superior, and Larry Langer, Superior. Each received a $50 gift certificate. Thursday, October 15, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 9A NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Harlan County Lake Study Citizens Advisory Committee will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 22, 1992 at the Country Club meeting room, Alma Municipal Golf Course, west side of Highway 183, in Alma, Nebra_ka. The primary purpose of the meeting will be to provide the State with suggested input to federal opera- tion of Harlan County Reservoir in 1993. An agenda will be kept continually current and will be readily available for public in- spection at.the office of the Ne- braska Natural Resources Com- mission. 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Neb. Members of the public are welcome to at- tend and will be given an oppor- .tunity to participate in the meet- mg. Ic First published Oct. 15, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska. Estate of Frederick D. Bar- gen, deceased. Estate No. 5488 Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of ad- miniswation and a Petition for complete settlement and deter- mination of inheritance tax have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nelson, Nebraska on Nov 4, 1992 at or after 10:30 o'clock a,m. Michael L. Johnson 145 E4th St. P. O. Box 186 Superior, Neb. 68978 Michael L. Johnson #015090 Luebs, Beltzer, Leininger. Smith & Busick Superior, Neb. 68978 I0-29-42-3c First Published Oct 15, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 5507 In the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska In the matter of the estate of Jimmy D. Bruning, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Oct. 13, 1992, in the Nuck- oils County Court, the Registrar issued a written Statement of In- formal Probate of the Will of said Deceased and that Kris Bnming, whose address is 4423 West 6th St., Greeley, Colo., First Published Oct. 15, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuck olls County, Nebraska Estate of Lauri M. Anders- en, Deceased. Estate No. 5484 Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and re- port of administration and a Pe- tition for complete settlement, probate of Will, determination of heirs, and determinion of in- heritance tax have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Ne- braska, located at Courthouse Nelson, Nebraska 68961, on Nov. 4, 1992 at or after 11:30 o,clock a.m. John A. Wheeland Clerk of County Court Downing & Alexander 355 North Commercial St. Superior, Neb. 68978 10-29-.42-3c Memorial services for Leo Tracy A memorial servicesfor Leo Tracy were held at Rice Mortu- ary, Brighton, Colo., on Tues- day, Sept. 29. Dr. Alan Ahlgrim, Rocky Mountain Christian Church, Longmont, officiated. Raised at Hardy, and gradu- ated from Hardy High School. He joined the U.S. Navy after high school. He was united in marriage to Gwen Reeve, daugh- ter of Russell and the late Audrey Reeve, on May 25, 1952. Survivors include his wife, two sons, Mike and Jeff Tracy; one daughter, Mrs. Jerry Jeffreys (Cindy); four grandchildren; and two brothers, Max, Denver, and Rex, Modesto, Calif. Obituary-- Kubicek Opal Susan Kubicek, 81, died Oct. 5 at Memorial Hospital, Schuyler. The Rev. Melva Tranmer conducted prayer ser- vices at the Svoboda Funeral Home last Tuesday. Last Wednesday, the Rev. Dale "Bussinger officiated at services 'conducted at the Oak Commu- nity Church, Oak. Graveside ser- vices were held at the Nelson Cemetery. Kubicek was born March 29, 1911, to Jeneva Belle and Ray Reed Fitzwater in Carroll Coumy, Mo. She moved to Nebraska as a yotmg child and attended school in Nuckolls County, She married Frank Mike Kubicek, Dec. 20, 1927, at 80634 has been appointed Per- Geneva. They lived at Oak until sonal Representative of this es- moving to Schuyler in 1964. rate. Creditors of this estate must She was preceded in death by file their claims with tl Court parents, husband, brother, Cecil on or before Dale: 15/1992, or ':imwat and great grandson, be forever barred. Ryan Novak. (Seal) John A. Wheeland Survivors include a daughter, Clerk of County Court Helen Elizabeth Schneider, Lin- Ted S. Griess coin; a son, Gerald Gene Kubicek, Baird & Griess Schuyler; three sisters, Florence Sutton, Neb. 68979 Kubicek, Davenport, Lillian Attorney for Applicant Jensen, Lincoln, and Mac B. 10-29-42-3c Milligan, Springfield, Mo.; four First Published Oct 15, 1992 in The SUperior Express NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and City Council of Superior, Neb., for the con. struction of the Storm Sewer Im- provements 1992-2 located at Superior, Nebr. uescripfion of Work: This project shall consist of the fol- lowing major items or process units: Material only: 450 If of 60-inch Corrugated metal pipe I each of 30-inch CMP Fitting 4 each of 18-inch CMP Fitting 2 each of 60-inch CMP End Sections Bids for the Storm Sewer Ira. provements 1992-2, will be re- ceived until 4:00 pan local time, on Nov. 9, 1992 at the City Utility Building, 135 West Fourth, in Superior, Neb., at wifich time they will be publicly opened and wad aloud. Bids re- ceived after this time will not bc accepted. The work shall be started within Thirty (30) calendar days n'om the date of the Contract, and the Work shall be completed by Dec. 11, 1992. Each bidder shall submit, with his Bid, a certified check or Bid Bond in a separate sealed envelope, in an amount not less than five percent (5 percent) of the total amount of his Base Bid. No Bidder may withdraw his proposal for at least thirty (30) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of Bids. The Bid Security will be retained until delivery of the pipe and ap- purtenances. The Owner may require any bndder to submit to the Engineer, prior to the date of the Bid open- rag, a properly executed Con- tractor's Qualification State- ment, AIA Document A 305. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and to waive informalities in Bids re- ceived. The Owner reserves the rig.t to accept that bid, with or wthout altnates, which the Owner deems most beneficial to the City of Superior, Neb. Attest: City of Superior, Nebraska, Lloyd Rust Mayor I0-29-42-3c grandchildren, five great grand- children. Svoboda Fu- neral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. Services today for Myrtle Schmeling Myrtle Harriet Schmeling died at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center Monday at the age of 96. Services are today (Thursday) at p. m., at the Megrue-Price Fu- neral Home Chapel, Superior. Mrs. Schmeling, the seventh daughter of William and Josephine Girard Koon, was born near Kankakee, Ill., Oct. 24,1895. She was a school teacher in the Lincoln Public School System for 10 years starting in the fall of 1920. Aug. 11, 1931 she was united in marriage to Paul E. Schmeling. They lived their en- tire married life in Superior.  Mrs. Schmeling was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church, Superior. She was a member of the Superior P.E.O, for 50 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, seven sisters and her husband. She is survived by one son, Richard, Lincoln, and three grandchildren. Military rites for Eugene Werner Eugene Dale Werner, 59, died Oct. 5, at Thayer County Memo- rial Hospital. Services for Wemer were Fri- day, Oct. 9, at 2 p. m., at Grace Lutheran Church, Hebron, with the Rev. Robert Stenson officiat- ing. Graveside services included military rites by the Hebron American Legion Post at the Rose Hill Cemetery. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Junior "Wally" Werner. He is survived by his wife Marilyn, two sons, Dale, Hebron, and Gene, Silver Creek; four daughters, Mrs. Jim Brokaw (Mary) and Carol, Hebron, Karen, Fairbury, Mrs. Eric Englenmn (Kathryn), Jansen; and three grandchildren, two broth- ers, Doyle, North Platte, and Edward, Beatrice; and four sis- ters, LornaWaldmeier, Beatrice, Mildren Fischer, , Burdean Jeudes Waterloo, and Shirley Fintel,;Lincoln. Price Funeral Home, Hebron, was in charge of the arrange- ments.