You got to be kidding me, right?
Okay, first off, if the manufacturer of the board doesn't have a bracket to sell you and the mobo is still in stock, I'll eat my monitor. You can always get spare parts for things like that from the manufacturer. Just call them up and explain the problem. If they can't give you a bracket, buy a new mobo from another brand and manufacturer.
Second, superglue is just no...That's like some kind of n00b joke using superglue on your heatsink. At the least I'd go for duct-tape or twine to hold-over till things could be properly fixed. I mean, this is your processor you're talking about. If you screw it up, yer out the cost of the chip and quite possibly other things on your PC. Not to mention that if any of that superglue should start to melt, it could cause major MAJOR problems. And what if the bracket doesn't hold up and the heatsink falls off and hits your AGP/PCI cards? Those things weigh a ton compared to the other components in the box.
Do it right, be patient. You'll be better for it in the end.
Oh, and next time buy an AMD so you don't have to deal with that moronic bracket.