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in Two Sections Price 15 Cents I Largest Paid Circulation Weekly Newspaper in South Central Nebraska. 48 SUPERIOR, NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1973 Temperature week 51 week 22 Precip 2.20 in 1973 45.78 in 1972 30.07 I to date 1.3 for Nov. 1.01 to Dec. 1 24.01 being made League are being made for the City Little League All boys in fourth, fifth and sixth are eligible to play, but at the Chamber of office before Dec. not registered will to play. Fathers in helping in this are asked to meet at auditorium at 1 p.m. on contact Leo Zadina. Commission evening enforcement officials, ;loners and city from Adams, Clay and Webster met in Superior at 7 for a district meeting. are held on a schedule and permit enforcement planning assistance. iI Security here Dec. 6 social security from the Office will be in at the Security Room, on Dec. 6, from 10:00 noon. dealine for filing claims for rem- of doctor bills and services for Oct. 1, 1973, through 1972, is Dec. 31, 1973. SHOULD WE TURN left or right? A stranger might have a little trouble deciding which direction the arrow is pointing in St. Stephens precinct but local drivers know they better turn right as the road to the left is closed. The sign evidently was once repalnted to show a right rather than left turn but the paint has started to peal, reveallng the directional quandry. Express Photo Nearly 250 Nuckolls County members of the Democratic party gathered in Nelson Monday evening for the party's annual fund raising dinner. Featured speakers for the affair included Senator Gary Anderson of Axtel, National Committeewoman Frances Obmstede of Guide Rock, former Senator Wayne Ziebarth of Wilcox and State Engineer Thomas Doyle. Hess Dyas served as master of ceremonies. Mrs. Ohmstede reminded the party members that last year she was busy telling why Richard Nixon should be im- peached rather than re-elected and now others agree with her. She criticized Senators Hruska and Curtis for their staunch support of President Nixon and said she couldn't help but wonder what they had received from I'll, the oil company's and the Committee to Re-Elect the president. In view of the current energy crisis, she was critical of President Nixon's extravagant use of fuel. According to her figures, one trip to the Western White House, requires 60,000 gallons of fuel. She said the travels of the President require The Superior City Council, in session Monday evening, issued a public plea for assistance in controlling the dumping of garbage in the two city dumps. The council indicated that the state environmental control regulations are becoming more stringent and the abuse of the west dump must stop or the city County school board and members of the County School Committee are next Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the court room of the county court house to elect a new county school reorganization committee. The meeting is required by U.S. 136 junction State statue according to LeRoy Pointer, county superintendent. The statues provide the committee may have from six to 10 members. However, the Class I and the Class II districts must each elect one member. The Class III districts must elect three members. Of the five members elected by the districts, at least one must not be a member of a school board. Department ofmounted on 40-foot ornamental Nuckolls County currently has 863 people residing within ~sted approval steel poles. Highway Ad- A location and design report the Class I school districts. This is 14.53 per cent of the total for the location is available for public in- county population. The 801 of high mast spection at the Department of living in Class II districts the junction of High- Roads District Office, Grand compose 13.48 per cent of the I Nebraska 14 fourIsland. Copies of the report, are of Superior. available upon request to the population. There are 4,274 will consist of Department of Roads main people residing in a Class III district. This is 71.97 per cent of sodium lamvs office in Lincoln. the population. Hey Kids/ Santa Claus and his motorized sleigh will be in Superior Wednesday, Dec. 5 Superior Stores Open For your shopping convenience.= Thursday, Nov. 29 Monday, Dec. 3 Wednesday, Dec. 5 Thursday, Dec. 6 I annua 0 about 600,000 gallons per month. She stressed that both Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson paid for the personal travels of their family, however, the Nixon family travels at government expense, even the family dog is taken by car to Camp David because he "doesn't like to ride in a helicopter." Wayne Ziebarth, a former state senator from the 37th district which included Nuckolls County, warned that the president's credibility gap has filtered to all levels of the government and the country is now in a serious crisis because of it. He said in challenging Rep. Dave Martin, he hoped to reverse the present backward movement and move the country forward with a positive approach rather ,than the current negative approach. State Engineer Thomas Doyle agreed with Ziebarth when he said the biggest job now facing government is to restore the faith and confidence of the people in the institutions of the country. He said transportation would be the issue of the 70's as the loss of the railroad branch lines without suitable transportation alternatives being provided was causing serious problems. He called for the creation of a state program to provide trans- portation alternatives. Agreeing with Gov. Exon, he criticized the different speed limits as proposed by President Nixon, saying they would in- crease the accident risk. Senator Anderson discussed three key points from the last legislative session. He said the attempt to shift control of ad- Sheriff Donald Squires to ex- pand the law enforcement program being conducted by the sheriff's office. Preliminary plans call for the addition of second deputy to the sheriff's department. With the addition of the deputy, the sheriff's office will begin regular night patrols of the towns in the county. Each town requesting the special patrol will pay a percentage of the deputy's salary based on the number of residents in the town. Bids have been accepted and Plans are currently being developed by the Nuckolls County commissioners and may be fined and the dump closed. The west dump is only for things such as tree limbs and building material. Paper and garbage may be dumped only in the south city dump. The south city dump, which is operated as a landfill, is located just east of the sewage treat- ment plant. For those residents who don't know where the south dump is located, the council explained it is reached by driving south on Hartley Street until the second set of railroad tracks are crossed then turn west and drive to the fence before making a left turn into the dump. In other action, the council approved the application to delete the requirement for calling for the developer to build sidewalks in all new subdivisions. However, the current sidewalk ordinances have not been changed and before the subdivision requirement is removed it must be written into an ordinance and the ordinance passed. A case of mistaken identity in Hampton Tuesday night ended up in a Shoot-out in which, O evening ministrative services from me governor was a Republican attempt to get at the Democrat governor. He criticized the school aid program for being a Republican program which failed to protect the interests of agriculture and property renters while giving unfair breaks to the large property owners. He said the Republican leadership presented no alternatives to Gov. Exon's budget even though they felt it wouldn't work. Consequently, it was approved with the desire to show up the governor. Nuckolls County Democratic party leaders include Bob Holting of Lawrence, chair- man; Mrs. Harry Harrington, Nelson, secretary; Herbert Pedersen, Hardy, treasurer and Mrs. Marie Sekora, Nelson, vice chairman. the sheriff's office will soon be receiving a 1974 Ford patrol car which will be used by all members of the department. Prior to the purchase of the car, each officer furnished his own car and was reimbursed for his mileage by the county. According to an ad- vertisement elsewhere in this issue of The Express, the new deputy must be at least 21 years old and either have had or be willing to take 120 hours of law enforcement training at the Grand Island Training Center. @ on concern railroad Do you know where your children are playing? Railroad officials report it is becoming increasingly common to find youngsters, some as young as seven or eight, playing in the train yards here. The youngsters are playing in and around the cars and have been fooling with "the switches. So far there haven't been any injuries or derailments but the railroads expect that if the practice isn't stopped someone with one hand while he held a tobogan in the other hand. Because of his size, his feet didn't even reach the stirup of the car. The Superior Police Department has increased the patrol of the yards and if the youngsters don't quit playing in the yards, railroad officials indicate they will request the assistance of the railroad detectives. will be hurt and railroad property damaged. SUPERIOR MARKETS Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1973 Last Friday a Santa Fe train Wheat $4.25 crew observed a youngster Corn 2.20 hanging onto a moving boxcar Milo 3.30 in a mistake officers from the Hamilton there were any injuries. fortunately; no one was injured. Three two-man teams of County Sheriff's office were in Hampton investigating. One of the teams had been stationed in a building to ob- .... serve traffic. Some Hampton .......................................................... .. ,..,-...,.,.,.,.. citizens observed the action but presented Friday "You missed your cue" was still a common phrase heard this week by the Superior High juniors as they put the finishing touches on the class play, "Seventeenth Summer," an adaptation of the novel by Maureen Daly. The play, which will be performed Friday at 7:30 in the SHS gymnasium, is based on a high school graduate's last mmamer at home. Crews were announced this week by Miss Rochelle Reed, director. The lights will be controlled by Wayne Brown and Nita Bohling. Marilyn Ehiers is in charge of sound. The curtains will be operated by Rick Disney. Miss Jana Reeg is in charge of props. THE JUNIOR CLASS play dress rehearsal will be this evening with the play presented Friday evening in the high school gym. Pictured during the rehearsals which have been held at 7:15 a.m. are Kim Zadina, Debi Ccader and Greg Mallam. Express Photo Linch Guilkey, ]?am Mar- shall, Eileen Schriever and Linch Bargen comprise the make-up crew. Cindy Cooan, Lavonna Blair and Pare Jackson are in charge of programs and Vernon Rempe is the technical adviser. did not realize they were of- ricers. Help was summoned from a nearby establishment and several shots were fired at the officers before the gunfire was returned with warning shots. The Hampton citizens then took cover in a care and by leaving the scene. The mistaken identity problem was soon solved before e =" JUNIOR CLASS of Superior High School will present Seventeenth Summer, a play from by Maureen Daly Friday evening. It concerns a love sick girl who fails in love with the player in the county during her 17th summer. during rehearsals this week are (from left) Karin Clabaugh, Ken Evans, Steve Beth Bruening, and Monty Dominy. Express Photo For a time, some persons who had taken cover by laying on the ground were thought to be victims of the gunfire but this was quickly cleared up. Hamilton County Sheriff Bill Schultz urges all area residents not to risk injuries or possible death by taking the law into their own bands when help can be summoned and is only a few minutes away. "Anyone observing suspicious actions should notify the sheriff, rather than risk injuries, or worse," Sheriff Schtfltz emphasized.--Aurora News-Register. Members of the junior class are selling tickets. County Feeders for Dec. A livestock feeders tour will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 5, starting at 1:30 p.m. at the Ralph Kissinger feedlot located one-half mile north of Fairfield. This tour is being co- sponsored by the Nuckolls County Livestock Feeders Associatinn and the Nuckolls County Extension Service. In addition to visiting the Kissinger feediot, the tour will include stops at various sites on the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center located five miles north of Kissingers. Both feeding and a cow-calf operation will be seen at the Kissinger farm. Their con- finement building adds a dif- ferent dimension to cattle feeding in this area. This building is 510' long, 56' wide, and open to the south. There are six pens of 165 head in each for a total capacity of over 1,000 head on feed. The Kissingers are planning to construct a second building with a capacity of over 1,500 head. The second stop will be at the M_ARC. At this stop those at- tending will board a bus and tour the facilities with members of the MARC staff. Sites include the feed mixing plant; cow-calf project; swine facilities; sheep barn; beef cattle selection project; heterosis project; evaluation of crossbreds in feedlot; plus other interesting projects; underway at the Center. Following the tour, the feeders will hold a business meeting at the Branding Iron Cafe in Fairfield. i