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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 18, 1~7 Page 8 ..Section 1 ,. ,u CONGRESSMAN Bob Dole I gt District, Kansas frown Amarlcan Farmers And World Food Need developing nations permits. Strong efforts must be exerted to maintain access for Ameri- can farm exports in Europe and in developing new mar- kets. Washington -- Rap. Bob Dole (R. Karts.) announced he is accepting applications from young men interested in enter- /rig service academies for the 1968 classes. Dole said he has one vacancy to the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, none to the United States Military James B. Iboorsen Mankato Junior HighTeems Attend Woconde League Mool EIGHTH GRADE CLASS 1967 Academy, West Point, two to Reports From The the Air Force Academy, Cole- United States San.In rado, and ten to the Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, Chance I~r Coast Guard Academy appll- The Kannedy Round cants must apply directly to A decade ago the Treaty of Commandant, U. S. Coast Rome created the European Guard, Washington, D. C.~ be- Economic Community. France, fore December 1, 1967. West Germany, Italy, the Ne- Applicants must be single, therlands, Belgium & Luxem- between the ages of 17 and 22, bouts formed what was to be as of July 1, 1968, and must re- known as the "Common Mar- side in the area covered by ket", The United States was the First Congressional Dis- enthusiastic. This European de- The Chicago Board of Trade rlct. velopment was part Of an ,and the nation's agribusiness Dole stated applicants are American grand design or community last week sponsor- required to take a Civil Service dream. ed the First International Agrl. examination on Tuesday, July Our interest followed this ra- bus/hess Conference in chaco- 11, 1967, and must appear be- tlonale: As the six countries go, Notable experts on world fore the Academy Screening within the Common Market a- food and population problems Board at its meeting ached- bolished internal tariffs, trade met with decision-makers and uled for Saturday, November would expand, incomes would policy.formers in an open for- 35,' on the campus at Fort increase and create, thereby, um to seek solutions to the Hays State College. a great market for American world food problem. "Annllcation forms should be exports. Moreover, this econ- It was a privilege and plea- obtained through my District omlc union was the first and The Mankato Junior High Debra Ann Alcorn Track Teams attended the Wa- Rite Marlene Anderson conda League Meet held at Blaine Samuel Badger Beloit May 11. David Leroy Badger In the girls' meet, Mankato placed 2nd. Downs was 1st and Sherry Lou Beck Kensington, 3rd. The girls who Robert Edmund Bucldey placed are: Patricia Kay Cady 7th Grade: Kathy Black- Calene Clegg wood, 1st, 75 yd. dash, 10:0, Donna Jean Clegg 1st, 100 yd, dash, 13:2; Carrie Weltmer, 2nd, 75 yd. dash, Wayne Robert Coffman 10.05, 4th, 100 yd. dash, 13,4; Beverly Ann Conner Angela Meyer, let, broad Jump Jan Alan Crum 12'11", 5th, 100 yd, dash; An- Jan/ca Louise Davis dra Newell, Ist, high jump; John Douglas Dewey 220 relay (Blackwood, Neweil, Meyer, Weltmer), Ist, 30.0; 440 Staves William Dodd relay (Berry. Blair, Eilert, Susan Ann Eilert Rafferty), 3rd. Thomas Leo Eflert 8th Grade: Karen Louder, William David El;art 3rd, 75 yd, dash, 10.0, 3rd, I00 yd. dash, 13.1: Dabble Right- Bobby Don Freeman meier, 4th, 75 yd, dash, I0.I; Rodney Lynn Hancock Susan Kier, 3rd, broad Jump, Brad Allen Hansen 13'7 3.8"; Sheila Huntsinger, Janet Ruth Holdren 5th, ball throw: Beverly Con- ner, 3rd (tie), high Jump: Pat Cheryl Christine HoU Cady, 5th (tie), high Jump: Larry Allen Howell 220 relay (Louder, Rightmeler, Sheila Rae Hunts/nger Russell, Rourke), 1st, 29.6; 440 Daniel Lee Imlar relay (Kler, Reynoldd, Marr, Susan Lynn Kier Cady), 3rd, 59.8. Kathleen Irene Klnsey In the boys' division Mankato placed 2nd, Downs was Ist and Donna Marlene Layland S. Johns of Beloit, 3rd, The boys who placed In events are: 6th Grade: John Dewey, 2nd, 100 yd. hurdles, 15.2, Ist, broad Procosslenel Leederd lump, 16'3V4". Kirk est, 5th, Ronaid Simon 100 yd. hurdles, 16.1; Mike Barbara Blair sure on Thursday. May 11, to Office," Dole said, "located at most natural step towards a Simon, 4th, 75 yd. dash, 9.2, Ushers participate in a panel on "The 101 Federal Building, Great polltlcal union - the United! 3rd, 220 yd, dash, 29,3: Rodney Michael Peteete Impact of the Food Problem Bend, and cannot be accepted States and Europe - thus ell. Hancock, 2nd, pole vault, 9'5", Caw Hlltgen on Food Production, Storage, after June 5, 1967. minating the nationalistic an- 2nd, shot put, 30'tA"; Steven Marketing, Transportation, and imostties that twice in this can- Dodd, 4th (tie), high .Jump: Class Officers Exports." The main points era- Quarter Century Of weamer tury generated world wars and Robert Wakefield, 4th (tie), Rodney Hancock phasized in my remarks on Observing By Ionia Man at the same time constituting high jump: Brad Hanson, 2nd, Michael Simon "The impact of World Food ---- a wall of resistance against broad Jump, 16'2%"; 440 relay James Ryan Need and Agricultural Exports Vernon Collie of Ionia has communism from the East. (Hancock, Dodd, Simon, Bad- Diane Rourke on the American Farmer" are been presented a 25-year ser- The second part of Amerl; ger), 2nd, 53,8; 80 relay (Hen- summarized as follows, vice button in recognition of a 'ca's grand design was the pas- son, Dewey, Smith, OstL 4th. The world population, so- quarter century of service to sage of the Trade Expansion 7th Grade: Phillip Esslinger, cording to many. is growing the United States Weather Act of 1962. By this law, the 2nd, 100 yd. hurdles. 16,7; Mike faster th+m its .bility to pro- Bureau, Mr. Collie began his United States and the Corn- Cm'tner, 5th, 75 yd. dash, 10.1, duce food: and while the Unit- weather observing on Febru-Market could both pro- 5th, 100 yd. dash. 12.7;,Richard ed States c.nnot feed the wor- ary 1. 1942. The weather equip- ceed to reduce tariffs thereby Willard, 5th (tie), high jump; Karen Janette Louder Sara Ann Marr Roberta Mac Meyer Nelson Lee Moser Carol Lynne Myers Warren Allen Meg;roy Donald Eugene Neflson Diana Kay Ortman Kirk Douglas Oat Melinda Maxine Rafferty Rhonda Rae Rafferty Royce Lynn Rehmert Donald Eugene Railer Karen Sue Reynolds Debra Mariena Rightm'eler Sarah Jane Russell Diane Leo Rourke James Ray Ryan William Michael Simon Max Wesley Smith William Joseph Tyler John Ray Tyler Janet Sue Wagner Rohert Daia Wakefield Robert Chris Walker John Loren Wsitmer Richard Curtis Wlrtz Michael Dean Zadina Pianists and Orpnists Sondra Reed Sarah Jane Russell Diane Rourke Music Directors Mrs. John P. Jones Miss Dorothy Llbben II 'i' L e Ei( hth Grade Gracluafio _ HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 7 : , 19{ May 19, 196 | By( 7:30 p.m. ten b | ee Prelude Music ................................................... S ondra Fomf "Processional ................................................. SondrsL Hi Invocation Rev M chael ]E kJ * " i aff~ ............................................ e First Christian ~en ,, -- . Jfflcm "Three Cadets ...... TromDonm, ]rLp Rodney Hancock, Michael Simon, Steven Dodd ]~e c Iounl Address ........................................... Rev. Wilbur Ic Wesleyan Methodist Ir a "NoMan Is An Island" ................ Eighth Grade W"l( ]Bber Awards .............................................. Mr. Gerald Junior High "Green Cathedral" ......................... Eighth Grade Welcome to High School ................... Michael "You'll Never Walk Alone" .............. Mixed preeentStion of Diplomas ............ Mr. Billy G. Superintendent of "Benediction ................................... Rev. Michael *Receasionsl .............................................. Sondra *Audience Standing BOARD OF EDUCATION Clyde Reed, President -- Quentin Leece, Vice Presk Don Walker, James Wilson, Nelson Keeler, Clarence ~.ARD OF THANKS We wish to thank and friends for us with cards and on our 60th Wedding . Id, it will contribute a large ment at Ionia consists of a opening a new era of world Mike Peteete, Ist (tie), shot portion of total food available recording rain gauge which commerce and free trade.38'%". 3rd. 220 yd. dash, saw and to all who way helped in makinS in export channels. The Amer- provides a record of time and And so, pursuant to the ere- 30.0; Ronnie Simon, 1st, broad memorable day. Sincere ican farmer must and will intensity of precipitation and ation of the Common Market iump, 13'5 3-8", 1st, 220 yd, to all. make a greater contribution a manual rain gauge that is and the passage of the Trade dash, 20.6; 440 relay (Peteete, --Mr. and Mrs. Will toward world food needs:'how- read daily Rainfall amounts Expansion Act, some 53 nat- Simon Cortner MendenhalD. via Penk-, eels; *, mn NhN~-U. m. ._____. "~[~ ever, he must be compensated of inch or more are tele- ions have been meeting for 2nd 5'9 I' 220 relay (Willard. . . oem. a J:-. ~ ~ ,o.. s. jo, or,oo, ,r-aopolm. lm., .... oJ[ I atel for his labor and honed to the Concordia Wen- over 4 years in the sixth round Eilert "Es~linger Roe) 1st HAYS -- Jewell high school ~'me: s:~u. 4:41.T. Mrs. Beulah tmnl~w ~1 ad~qu Y P ...... 's ~ :r~N~-L dklll~ ~ .leq~ Mike Nnlty, Steve Careen, Lee Claw ...................... ~i~'~ i his investment, ther Bureau and then giver, of the General Agreement on 30 2 took teem honor1 and Bogue leo relay-]. =,,well (Aihm mrd,ell. ~x..o 1P,-I;,~. ~, qn~n* thdL sou). S. aolue. S. Darner. 4. B/son. Ik end in Lawrence vim uwB Fair prices in the market general public distribution Tariffs and Trade (GATT) ne- Eyents Records, and Best Dale Alexander won individual ... =. ~onato -.~om, co.rtm.L cawker city. Tune: r~.s ............... ~KJI~" place must be recognized and Richard Garrett, Meteorolo- gotlation, s, widely referred to Time or' Distance for '67 (in boners in the Clas~ BB regionld a Chris ShIpley, Holrrood. 4. Lonmo 440 -- 1. Dale Alexander, ~oltle. | ano ~rs. ,,.a vr.mwus~'~ Kruse, Hob/rood. 6, Lynn IPaUteMtoret~ Louuie Cm, e. ~:y,~ s. Deem. ~: Mary - Barker acco~ accppted by the public in gen- gist in charge of the Topeka as the Kennedy Round'. tl~e order listed~ are as for track meet here Thursday. ~-toma. D~tanee: D-|~A. sen, Jamestown. 4. DouS Me~|enotm, ,I.-.... ,.. T .......... ~d era|and the agribusiness com- Weather Bureau Office .states But the results have been lows: Jewell, which also clsh'ns t~e Jtveiln---l. lq.onld ](OCtet, Caw~e~ Burr Oak. 5. Larry MOlr.ala, Mol)o~ (,~Itnu L.u ~ctw.c ......... ~ munity as an essential !ngrea- that the dedication of co.m- disappointing. And becuase the 7th Grade Girls: IKanus Wesleyan Relays. Belolt ci~Y.nat.,.s. ~;ea~altoo.smm~4. ooorpea'a~t~'Immss~. ~" srm~ ,~d.jma.ZN~,,,*::owL c~,t,m~'~'u~:e~;-- z Mnm~oWrood.~U;ty.a. her husband and son. :~,,al ,! lent to any solut on to me war munity minded citizens wno Tra~le Expansion Act expires High Jump 3'10", Beck; Ne. ~..~o.,o ,.,d ~,, .r~.all leuue ;4w,,I~ s, aoset o~..sq~, JeWeu. ,+ on hunger Both P, L. 480 ancl give freely .of their time and next June 30th, the bright we1174'2", ' I t',~ ~"n~;'ero~m~ w~'ln mm=+e., ,u.s. ~.m vemeT, :.we,. *. =ay mm~eseer, ell. 2, Art Augustine, Lanora. S. 'rime: 1~8. .... IV|r|~l Ul~ the Commodity Credit torpor- talents in providing a public hopes for increased trade are Broad Jump 12'7", Rourke; ~'~'..,...~.,~ .~m.~l as piece. -- x. o.ors, s,.~aau,, ~- c.w~.rmm_c~W.x.D.I.S' V,~samzus.~,S~w,o~, ~Xstm" amr'~i cx~ ..... WO[V. must be used as instru- service" for their communities fadln M--.er 13'4" ' ~r,~ -,~, -v-.s. -------- -- Darrell podl,n~ ](aaopoII.. 4. Mike It. Xa FoOO. )0~b(m. S. Durell Ma~ |I"~(~ ~Wt~' ation ' -. , . the regional ' I, fi ult ' ke' points ia ~ mbo~. ~. ]m. ~,,~,, ~.w.t.. a j ~ju.J r-~ manta to boost domestic farm and their state ~s to be high ~ One of the most dif c Ball Throw. 140, Rour ,I ... m.tu.:m""' Id.oo.x~s~.s. zelm Slut|, );~tom... rices not to depress them Commended The Weather Bur-questions has been that of ac- Volker 88'2" [ U~. .......... 190 high hurdies--L Jim VarO~Y. Jlrry Trude, JiMl~e|tovnL 'J[~MI: S:N.S. S. DaYS Brei~el', ~Attra, 4. Dam~ Jewell. S. ~Set' Irblr, :l~lue. IL ~t~a , ~ mm P The' farmer's efforts to in- eau is justly proud of its corps cess of American agricultural 50 Y~i Dash, 7,I, Blackwood;t ~ .came m w~.m W~" =ewe.. S. o.or,, s..ma--, Jew.,. I"oi. wet -- z. l~opr o~Impr. ,,t Haverlfleie, Marquette. 4. Jerry Jonem. I lie n/! crease production of food and of volunteer observers, and is product~ to the Common Mar- Blackwood, 6.6, / rood had 26, urewlter lure ~,,- Lawson, Alton, S. Itove ~st, txb. Jew- liolTrood. S. ltiok ]liel~l, I~ho~mehen. I IJ Il HtiSht I~. ,o-L *.- =,'", :m.. =,l., re;a. -- .o,.. AIITOMATI( food products must be closely appreciative of this opportunity ket. The Europeans have show 75 Yd. Dasl;. 10.1. Louder;~ bo~ 18, Odin and Jamestown 1~., ,11. Tin,= sS.=. Switzer, Lew~ Smith, Lee Groin .y, "''- mar. 4. TOm f~vasmr, ~o~..I. La~rl~ Terry '/~note). It. ]lolyroo& I. _Brew. W(' trillll vo|l tt) ' associated with business and to recognize a veteran observ- an unexpected resistance to Biackwood, 9,5. | Kanopo'k 10, Cswker City 9; AI- Mite Nuttr. Jewell. a Pmu! '~lbl*, De- b ......... industry, A profit motivates er. further growth in American 100 Yd. Dash, 13.2, Louder:t tm, Dsmar lad ~8, z~ogflu, MoP|maid, Timel 1o.~. star. 4. Orflmen. it. ]lurt eel. 'rtmel " - . S|lHI, S. | , o.,,,, ,,,-.. ,.-,., ,..i. = _ ,. ,,_,.,, $ 350- $ 5. system must produce, the Jack Kepner, Jr,, Weather agricultural exports. Blackwood, 12,75, i L4n~a and McDonald 5; A~- M,, -- 1, hart.. Mar~, lemon. |o Mflte NulW, ,TewolL S. Laz'ry x. ~ ;----= goods, Government, although Bureau Field Representative If this movement for freer 220 Yd. Relay, 30.0, Louder,[ meal, Bales, Court.land, 01me- ' ~ -~_ ~ Secure future tot +. o++. +., +,+ + ,= +o.. o.de o+ ,r..,.,,. o.o...-" +. ,,.o,+oo+ .o..,, USED CAR!'--'---==" 1.