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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 12, 2002 II IIII I I Public Notices ' i ii First Published Dec. 12, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION Notice is hereby given that, Write '. Facts, LLC, a Nebraska Limited Li- ability Company, is organized under .the laws of the State of Nebraska, with ' its registered office at 910 Washing- ' "' ton, Superior, NE 68978. The general nature of its business is to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning ' any and all lawful business, other than banking or insurance, for which a Lim- ited Liability Company may be orga- nized under the laws of Nebraska, and for all other purposes authorized by- law, to the same extent as natural per- sons might or could do. The Limited Liability Company w as fanned on Nov. 26, 2002, and has perpetual existence. Its affairs shall be conducted by aMan- ager pursuant to an Operating Agree- ment duly adopted by the Company. Sandra Foote Member Carla J. Alexander 355 N. Commercial P. O. Box 185 Superior, Nob. 68978 50-3c Notice of Meeting of Educational Service Unit # 9 The regular monthly meeting of the Educational Service Unit #9 will be :' held on Monday, Dec. 16, 2002, at 5 p.m. in the ESU No. 9 main conference room, il 17 E. South Street in Hast-  ings. In the event the board is unable to meet on this date, the alternate meeting date will be Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002 at . 5 p.m. An agenda containing a listing of . subjects requiring the attention of the board is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the ., ESU No. 9 main office. Except for items of an emergency nature, the . agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours before the scheduled cam- mencement of the meeting. Sue Brown, board secretary 50-Ic Proceedings of the Village of Hardy Regular Meeting Nov. 12, 2002 Sam Clark called the meeting to order at 7 p.m., with all members present, with the exception of Aldrup. The minutes of the Oct. 8, 2002 meeting were presented, with no cor- rections or additions, Rowley made the motion to accept, Gintherseconded. Carried 2-0. The following hills were presented: Nebr. Dept. of Rev., 204.80; Valley Bldg Center, 35.51; Omaha Life, Ins., 30.10; Aurora Coop, 405.85; Nuckolls County Clerk, 2,400.00; Atitel, 82.78; Superior Publishing, 98.31; Superior Fire Ext., 35.00; Cadams Grain, 80.50; Central Plains Plumb., 593.43; St. of NE HHS Lab, 43.00; Central National Bank, 299.08; Moeller Eiec., 87.56; Harold Soper, 150.00; Harold Soper, 4.19; Linda Rowley, 3.95; US Post- master, 37.00; South Central Public Power, 769.82; Salaries, 1,278.35. Ginther made the motion to accept, Rowley seconded. Carried 2-0. The September treasurer's report was pre- sented, with no corrections or addi- tions, Rowley made the motion to ac- cept, Ginther seconded, carried 2-0; the bank balances were given. Flood Insurance was tabled. Ordinance #153 was introduced. The second reading of Ordinance #152 was given, Ginther made the motion to accept, Rowley seconded, carried 2-0. Rowley made the motion to adjourn. Ginther sec- onded, carried 2-0. Rogene E. Renz, Clerk Sam Clark, Chairman/Mayor Notice of Meeting The South Central Nebraska Uni- fied School District No. 5 Board of Education will meet in regular session on Monday, Dec. i 6, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Lawrence-Nel- son Elementary in Lawrence. Agendas are available. 50- lc First Published Dec. 12, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Mitchell H. Morea, De- ceased, a/k/a Mitch Motet Estate No. PR01-31 Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and report of adminis- tration and a petition for complete settlement, probate of will and deter- mination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located atNuckoUs County Court, Nelson,Neb. 68961, on Jan. 14, 2003, at or after PI:I5 o'clock a.m. Marguerite R. Motet, Personal,Representative 954 Louden Superior, Nob. 68978 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 50-3c First Published Dec. 21, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckoils County, Nebraska. Estate of Albert August George Hoops, Deceased, a/k/a Albert Hoops, a/k/a Albert G. Hoops Estate No. PR02-42 Notice is hereby given that on Dec. 6, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of informal probate of the will of said decedent and that Helen Hoops whose address is 1010 Louden St., Superior, Nob. 68978, was informally appointed by the Reg- istrar as Personal Representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore Feb. I 0, 2003, or be forever barred. Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P. O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185" Superior, Nob. 68978 50-3c Beware of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning During the winter months, the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning (CO) is increased due to closed windows and heat pumping through your home. CO is produced by burning fuel. You may find it in your home near stoves, ovens, clothes dryers, fireplaces, water heaters and gas or oil furnaces. CO fumes are invisible and can be lethal. Here are some warning signs of CO to watch for: The hot water supply is low. The fumace doesn't keep the house warm. You smell an unfamiliar or buming odor. You notice increased condensation on walls or windows near the furnace You detect soot buildup, especially on appliances. You notice fresh rust stains on vents and chimneys. Some precautions you can take include: n Place CO detectors outside bedrooms and near fuel-burning appliances Have a professional inspect and dean your furnace and chimneys once a year. If you think you notice the signs of CO in your home, immediately open all doors and windows to ventilate the area. Then turn off all fuel-burning appliances. Finally, call the Gas Department to have a technician come to your home and take a CO reading. Symptoms of CO poisoning should be treated by a medical professional immediately. Signs include: headache, dizziness, fatigue, reddish skin, nausea, vomiting and disorientation. Superior Gas Department 402-225-2831 after hours, weekends, holidays 402-879-4711 Work hours ii i TOTAL ACCOUNT SERVICE. That's what you get with the combined strengths of a Farm Bureau Life and Investment Specialist and a Farm Bureau agent. Together, we can help you create a customized plan for your financial future. Call us today and we'U get started. Farm Bureau Financial Services... more than you think, su Maflice Sullivan supert0r, Net). 402-879-3377 Jerry Kuhlmann, CLU, ChFC Grand Island, Nob. 308-382-6230 Foster and adoptive parents are needed for children of all ages, needs and backgrounds. Can you be a foster or ado parent to a ti0n If so, call the toll-free Nebrod00dopt hotline: 1-8OO-7-PARENT Open your heart and home lllBnllmolaB, First Published Nov. 28, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that by vir- tue of an order of sale isstted by the Clerk of the Nuckolls County District Court, at Nelson, Nuckolls County, Nob., in an action pending therein, wherein, Fundco, Inc., is the plaintiff and Ronald L. Frasier, et al, is the defendant. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the east door of the Nuckolis County Court- .house in Nelson, Nuckolls County, Nob., on the 30th day of December 2002 at 10:00 a.m. Ronald L. Frasier, et al. interest in the following de- scribed real estate to wit: Lots 1 and 2, Block 12, original town of Lawrence, Nuckolls County, Nob. Real estate to be sold to satisfy judgment. Given my hand this 20th day of November, 2002. James R. Marr, Sheriff 48-4c First Published Dec. 12, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Elizabeth L. Doehring, Deceased. Estate No. PR02-27 Notice is hereby given that a Waiver of Final Account and Report of Ad- ministration and a petition for com- plete settlement, probate of will and determination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuckolis County Court, Nelson, Neb., 68961, on Jan. 14, 2003 at or after 11:15 o'clock a.m. Ado W. Doehring, Personal Representative 710 N. Commercial, #101 Superior, Nob. 68978 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Nob. 68978 50-3c First Published Nov. 28, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nob. Case No. PR 02-39 In the Matter of the Estate of Gearldeen F. Williams, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the per- sonal representative of this estate has filed a final accounting and report of his administration as personal repre- sentative, a formal closing petition for Complete Settlement after informal testate proceeding and a petition for determination of inheritance.tax; which matters have been set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, at Nelson, Nob., on Dec. 24, 2002 at 8:30 a.m. Mildred Eilers Clerk Magistrate Nelson, Neb. 68961 Joseph H. Murray, #12994 Germer, Murray & Johnson 147 N 4th Street Hebron, Nob. 68370 48-3c Proceedings of Nuckolis County Board of Commissioners Dec. 2, 2002 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Dec. 2, 2002 at the Board Meeting Room in the Court- house, Nelson, Nob. as per recess of Nov. 25, 2002, Brown and Carman present. Sullivan, absent and excused. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk' s office and remit- ted to board members in advance of the meeting. Chairman Brown approved the agenda and the Nov. 25, 2002 min- utes as received. Motion by Brown, seconded by Carman to approve and authorize the Chairman of the Board of Equalization to sign a Tax List Correction for Supe- rior Manor, Inc., per prior agreement with the board. Brown, aye; Carman, aye. Motion carried. Motion by Brown, seconded by Carman to accept and place on file the November, 2002 report on Fund Bal- ances, Investments and Interest earned, filed by the County Treasurer. Brown, aye; Carman, aye. Motion carried. The Board allowed Julie Cudrak of Waddell Reed Inc., to do a mailing to county employees in regard to a long term care protection plan offered through her company. Mailing was allowed in as much as several employ- ees had expressed an interest in the group plan at a recent presentation made by Ondrak to employees. Don Robb met with the board for his weekly report on road and bridge department projects. Several County Officials and De- partment Heads met with the Board to request that the courthouse close at 1 p.m. on Christmas Eve Day. The Board approved the request. The following claims were allowed: General A-I Inc., towing service ................................. 75.00 Alltei, long distance telephone ser ...................... 142.42 Ailtel Cellular, cellular service ................................. 54.10 Alltel NE Inc., telephone service ............... 901.87 Anderson, Doug, mileage ....... 200.02 Brad Baker, uniform allow- ance, car washes .................. 66.00 Bates, Mary Ann, repairs ......... 10.00 Brandt Carpet & Tile, shipping and handling ......... 38.00 Brown, Arnold, mileage ........... 29.20 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 724.40 Clerk of District Court,. mental hearing exp ............ 421.50 Collins, R. Diane, prior service benefit ..................... 11.00 Commercial Bank, sup ............. 49.48 Carman, Danny, mileage .......... 29.20 Culbertson, Rollan L. prior service benefit ............. 11.00 Downing & Alexander, atty., attorney service ................. 669.00 Eakes, supplies ....................... 326.66 Election Systems & Software Inc., election Sup..: ..... :...2,089.00 Farmers Coop. Assn., gas ......... 32.57 Galls, Inc., supplies ................ 118.37 Garrison, Wayne-Attorney, Here's a HOT special that includes the monitor... a 15" LCD flat panel 9 Compaq Mierotower system Intel Celeron TM P4 i.8GHz prossor l3NJlla 20GB nard Drive 48xl12x/48a CI)-RWdrivewlth media 128MB RAM Integrated Intel Extreme 4X AGP graphics 3.$" |.44MB diskette drive ! ntegrnted Network Card Integrated AC '97 audio, Spenket Fax/modem Compuq keyboard nud scroll mouse Compnq 15  TFT enrboulsllver LCD monitor M leroseft Windows XP Home Edltiun r WoedPerfeetOrflee 2002 Norton Anti-virus 2002 lll0-day trial These computers are priced in-the box carry out, as received from Compaq, with Compaq one year warranty. User will need to install all software. Basic Set up is available at an extra cost of $50, On-Site delivery & setup available at extra cost. $13 No. $t. 32e UaoM ,St. Eap.. NE $e . NG (402) 224-elJ t402} ?1-7312 Your One Stop Computer Shop) kcodino to diol sludy lesults, women who used esh'ogen plus progetin Ohe active inoredienls in PremFo TM) in Hormone Rephcernent The(oR exl enced  rotes d seti0us side dts t0mled I0 woolen 10king O Io(ebo, Sedous side effecls include: k 26% increase in brunt cancer k 41 increase in strokes A 29; increase in heart aacks A 22 increase in total cardiovascular disease A doubling of rates of venous thromboembolism (blood dots) ff yo o o loved one has sutfud any of  ious side eff'ts lisd ubov while toeing estrogen plus Iesfin (1 odise edm,'s in m), coil now to find out about your leool ts. Jomes E. Rols pmOkm low only in MN, but mstes  experienced towns Ihmugho  U.S. attorney service .............. 1,352.15 Gas 'Shop, gas and sup .......... 336.86 Hansen, Dean-Attorney, attorney service ................. 352.50 IBM, computer expense ........... 60.06 Jones, Doris, prior service benefit .................................. 22.00 Kan Du Trucking, janitorial contract ........................... 1,309.50 Kinder Morgan, Inc., gas service ............................... 577.45 Kully Pipe & Steel Supply, Inc., courthouse drains ...... 1 ! 8.80 Labels & Systems, election supplies ......... ..................... 132.83 Lexis Nexis Mathew Bender, supplies ................................ 58.65 Marr, James, uniform allow- ance, car washes .................. 66.00 Nuckolls County Sheriff, unpaid sheriffs fees ........... 160.00 Mead, Michael, O., mental hearing expense ................. 200.00 MIPS/County Solutions, supplies .............................. 149.55 Murray, Janice, mileage and supply reimbursement ......... 66.73 NE Assn of County officials, supplies ................................ 60.00 Ne Dept. of Admin. Services, telecommunication chg ..... 350.00 NE Sheriffs Assn. association dues ................... 50.00 Nelson Gazette, sub. renewal, election .............................. 257.30 Nelson Good Samaritan Center, prisoner meals ..................... 47.75 Nuckolls County Clerk of Dist. Court, filing fee reimb ....... 136.00 Quill Corp., supplies ................ 48.97 Redfield & Company, Inc., supplies ................................ ! 7.50 Schott Oil Co., gas and supplies.. .............. 277.91 Simmons, Jennifer, witness fee and mileage ......................... 36.79 Stemper, Scott, uniform allow- ance, car washes .................. 6.00 Suchland, Terri, supplies reimbursement ..................... 13.74 Sullivan, Joe, mileage .............. 30.66 Super.or Ace Hardware, supplies ................................ 15.49 Superior Publishing Co., print and publish ................ 759.20 Thayer Co. Ext. Service, mileage .............................. 840.33 Thayer County Sheriffs Dept., prisoner board ......... 200.00 Tiger Direct, computer expense ............................ .'. 104.28 Tuttle, Charles, uniform allow- ance, car washes .................. 66.00 Uniservice Inc., janitorial service ................................... 8.70 UNL Cooperative Ext., supplies ................................ 10.50 Viking Office Products, supplies ................................ 14.28 Webster County Sheriff, sheriffs fees ......................... 24.09 West Group Payment Center, supplies ................. 117.25 York Printing Co., ballot printing ................. 3,216. ! 9 Road Ailtel, long distance service ................................. 28.65 Alltel NE. Inc., telephone service ............................... 107.57 Aurora Coop, fuel ................... 375.95 Baker, Brad, compaq computer ............................ 380.00 Baum Hydraulics, parts ................................... 110.76 C & M Supply, fuel ................ 473.79 City of Nelson, utilities ......... 156.81 City of Superior, utilities .......... 88.72 Deweese Sand & Gravel, gravel and mudrock ...... 16,244.84 Eakes, supplies ......................... 15.00 Faimon, Paul, prior service benefit .................................. 18.00 Futuretech Testing Ser. cylinder breaks .................... 20.00 Interstate batteries, Crowl Tree Tree removal, Trimming and mp Removal / -q'4P, Insured L all Reasonable rates | JV n Free estimates ..,,) Phone 40241/9-3608 Rnanc Nd Aveaet to Those Who Qua kxJkk I and SmaN Ctasses High Sctx Dipbma or GED Wek3ome Call for a FREE brochure & Scholarship Appllcatlon! 1-800-742-7821t' batteries Island Supply Co., parts and supplies Island Supply Welding Co., survey service J. E. O., surveyor ser. Judy, George, D., prior service benefit Ken & AL's Service, fuel....7,'. Kinder Morgan, utilities Lawrence, Village of, utilities ................... Lawson Products, Inc., supplies and repairs Linweld, welding su I Matt Friend Truck Equipment, parts Midland Auto Parts parts and labor Murphy Tractor & Equip., repaxrs ................................ Nebraska Truck Center, parts ................................... Petro Plus, parts ......................... Pierce Electronics, radio parts Polag.e, Walter, H., prior service Robb, Don, supplies and parking .......................... Schott Oil Co. sup. and repairs Sidles, shop supplies and repairs Simag Grain, road salt South Central Public Power, utilities Superior-Deshler Inc. propane Superior Implement, Inc., parts Superior Motor Parts, Inc., shop supplies and repairs .., Superior Publishing, forms ....... Tambke, Harold, prior service benefit ....... . ......................... Thermo King, tarp traps .......... Warren, Gary, cell phone usage Werner Constructson road repairs Inh, nee Tax Werner Construction LLC, courthouse,parking lot repairs 911 Service Alltel, 9-1-1 tele service APCO, AFC Inc. additional fee for license Pierce Electronics. fee for license SISCO, equipment .................. South Central Public Power, energy charge Stemper, Scott, time Noxious Weed A-I Inc., supplies Alltel Long Distance long distance ser. Alltel NE Inc., telephone service ................................. City of Nelson, utilities Kinder Morgan, Inc., gas service ........................... Nebraska Weed Control Assn., assoc., dues ...................... "' Superior Ace Hardware, supplies ............................. ;'" Superior Motor Parts parts .............................. .... Superior Outdoor parts Civil Defense Alltel, long distance telephone service .. Alltel NE Inc., cellular telephone service. Alltel NE Inc., telephone service Nuckoiis County Treasurer, postage and meeting reg. reimbursement Pierce Electronics, radio installation ........................ Zadina, Leo, mileage, postage reimb ............... ' ..... Diversion Progra Tiger Direct, computer , ,1 equipment ....................... Y' The board recessed until Dec. 9. 2002. Arnold Brown, By The highest a: the 92nd floor of the Hancock Center in ChicagO, 87" x 87" X 36" 2 Low Prtce ,995 ",,. December 17-19 Y :2".-h Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Dec. 19 &*Barbering  - Firth Dillei" Pdnceton Sterling Classes Start  (Jan. S" Feb.13) Comm. Center Elevator Elevator Scott's Place BellevueOmaha/Lincoln 11:30-1:30 p.m. 11:30-1:30 p.m. 11:30-1:30 p.m. 8 a.m. Year End Specials, Free BmakfasVLunch, Programs in A/I Departments, Door Prizes!! He wants FIRTH COOPERATIVE truck accessories & ENGERGY for Christmas! RRTH STERLING PRINCETON DILLER IB 791-5837 866-5791 798-7340 793-5970  atft certificates available. 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