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PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MAHKATO KAHSAS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, Areas Where Golden Eagle Passport Is Valid In Kansas Announced The Federal Gowq'mnent's nationwide (;olden Eagle t'ass- port will be valid for entry to Pomona anti Council Grove L ALl Federal recreation areas in! Kansas from April 1 to March 31, John G. Perdue, County! Office Manager, of Jewell ASCS County Office anounced today. The areas where the $7 an nua] l)ermit is valid include Ill! OLI)S I)()NTIAC, SERVI(,L NEW OLDS- PONTIACS- GMC IN STOCK SEE THE MAN WIIO IIAS TIlE VALUE-RATEI) USED CAR BUYS I i I 1967 - OLDS 4-1)r. I)emo with Power and Air 1967 PONTIAC 4-1)r. l)emo with Power and Air 1964 - PONTIAC 4-1)r. with Power 1964 - OLDS 4-1)r. with Power and Air 1962 - FORD 4-1)r. 1960 - PONTIAC 4.Dr. with Power 1964 - CHEV. Pickup 1963 - GMC Pickup 1956 - CHEV. Pickup 1959 - CHEV. t'ickup 1949 - CHEV. l l/z Ton with Box and Iloist, and New Motor SEE THEM NOW OLDSMOBILE III I II I I III I II II~ I PONTIAC ii iii all Federal recreation areas where entrance fees are charg ed under provisions of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act. Valid an unlimited number of times during the year, the annual permit will admit the purchaser and all accoml)any ing him in a priwlte noneom- niercial vehicle to several thousand Federal parks, for ests. monuments, wildlife re fuges, recreation areas and other public hinds ;ill across the Nation. In addition, the annual per mit will admit the purehas(,,', but not others with him. who travels by a connnercial bus or walks into Federal recrea tion areas, Federal monuments or other historic Federal build ings that charge admission fees. The $7 Gohlen Eagle Pass I)ort does not cover special service charges, such as fees for elewttors, guides, firewood, bathhouses, or rental of boats. Persons who do not wish to buy fin annual permit may purchase a Sll(irt-ternl permit lor a single designated Federal recreation area. A one day per- mit, for a person driving a vehicle or entering by other means, will be available at mr)st l,'ederal areas. Money fr'onl the sale of the $7 (]olden Eagle Passport and other Federal recreation fees goes into the Land and Water Conservation Fund. This helps provide more local, State, and National outdoor recreation op portunities. Congress app,'opri- ated a total of $158 million from the Fund for use by the States during the three fiscal years 1965, 1966, and 1967. Governor Robert I)ocking l)roclaimed 13 through 20 May 1967 as Navy Nurse Corps Week in recognition of the im- portance of Navy Nurses to our National Defense and our way of life. Navy Nurses sta- tioned in the United States, Europe, the Far East, on is. lands in the Atlantic and Pa cific, on ships of the Military Sea Transportation ,Service, and on the hospital ships, ENJOY FINE MUSIC 6:30 PM DAILY Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special BUFFALO ROAM STEAK HOUSE HALLEY'S COMET ASTRONOMERS HAVE CATALOG ABOUT A TH UEO "ALLEY'S C~I~OY',,S~.D--COMETS AND ",,~/r,/I'tE BEST-KNOWN ONE. IT HAS BEEN SEEN PERIODICALLY SINCE 240 B. C., BUT EDMUND HALLEY DIS ITS REGULAtor. ........ COVERED -,,r ir~ ItJE LATE 1600'S. IT RETURNS ABOUT EVERY 76 Y AND IS D EARS UE BACK AGAIN IN 1986. us anytime for a kw. cost Home Improvement loan. Expand or improve, let us ................. plans a reah/y. Pl in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.LC. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 .... I I I I I U.S.S. REPOSE and U.S.S. SANCTUARY, in the So. China Sea, off the coast of Viet Nam, are celebrating their 59th An- niversary. The Governor urged tile citizens of Kansas to sup- port the Navy Nurse Corps, its goals and traditions. In proclaiming Navy Nurse Cort)s Week, Governor Robert I)oeking stated, "The Navy Nurse Corps supports the fleet hy maintaining the health of the members of the United States Navy, arid throughout the years and throughout the world has served its country in tile highest traditions of pro- fe,,;sional excellence in time of peace and in time of national emergency. The Navy's patient-care team of doctor, nurse find hospital corpsman, treat thousands of patients daily in naval hospi- tals and dispensaries. These palients, mostly Navy men and wotnen and their families, are expertly treated for every- thing from common cold to cardiac condition requiring open heart surgery, as well as accidents arising from occu- pational hazards. And, because the physical well-being of these patients is vital to the strength of America, the Navy Nurse Corps plays an impor- tant role in the defense of our Country. l)uring World War II, Nurse Corps officers within the con- tinental limits were assigned to 40 naval hospitals, 176 dispen- saries and 6 hospital corps schools. They brought nursing care to the front lines aboard 12 hospital ships, in air evac- uation of casualties, and to foreign lands where American women had never before been seen. At land based establish- ments overseas, they were as- signed to naval activities in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, Australia, New Zealand, New Hebrides, New Caledonia, Rus- sell Islands, Hawaii, England, Africa, Italy, Newfoundland, Bermuda, Canal Zone, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Trinidad. When the surrender was signed a- board the U.S.S. MISSOURI ill Tokyo Bay in September 1945, Nurses were stationed a- board hospital ships waiting to SPEAKER: IIARVE SCHMUCKER PLACE: BURR OAK GYMNASIUM TIME: SUNDAY, JUNE 4 - 3:00 & 7:00 P.M. LUNCH: BRING YOUR SACK LUNCH EVERYONE INVITED go ashore to administer care' to allied prisonors, and to eva- cuate them from Japan. The peak census of the Navy Nurse Corps was reached dur ing the Korean conflict on 30 June 1951 when 3,238 Nurse Corps officers were on active duty. The three hosl)ital ships, U.S.S. CONSOLATION. RE POSE and HAVEN rotated as Station Hospitals in Korean wa- ters during the hostilities. The prochlmation for Navy Nurse Corps Week stales in part that Navy Nurses "'ai'c always striving for greater pcJ'- fection". In universities and colleges throughout the Unit ed States, proof is offered that Navy Nurses are striving to- ward this end. There are many Nurse Corps officers on full time duty under instruction completing study in the Bac calaureate Degree and Mas ters Degree Programs. they are enlisted Waves and corps men of full time duty under instruction completing for their Baccalaureate l)egree in Nursing, and the,'e are male and female student nurses x~h() are called Navy Nurse C(~r!r: Candidates. Upon succ(,ss,ul completion of the course of in struction, the Waves, Corl,s men, and NCC's will be coin- missioned as Ensign, Nurse Corps, Nawil Reserve, and re port for active duty at one of the large Nawtl hospil, als. Navy Nurses are proud of their heritage. They are es- teemed members of the dis- tinguished Navy patient-care team. They are co,mnissioned officers of the Untied States Navy with the prestige and obligations of that lion ored calling. They are an in- tegral part of the defense ar- ganlzation, patriotically con tributing their talents to the cause of World Peace. ! Visiting hours: 10:00 - 11:0(I a.m.; 2:00 - 4:00 and 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Monday, May the 22nd, call ers in the Home were Mrs. Glenn Figgins and children of Red Cloud, Nebraska. We wish to thank the Metho dist Church for the copies of "The Upper Room" which Mrs. Perry Kier brought to US. Mrs. Arden Vestal and Mankato FRII)AY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY JUNE 2 - 3 - 4 Starting at 7:30 p.m. MAX VON SYDOW as ,esus DOROTHY McGUIR[ asMa~y . . TECHNICOLOR ~:.. ...... ~:::.:: ............................ ~.. ...... :.y..:~:~ i:{ i : i :: ii::~::.~z:: ~: 71 7 Chris Aaron of Burr Oak vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- beck recently. Mrs. Waunda Donahue called on her naothcr. Mrs. Gertrude Fiero, Wednesday afternoon. She came again Sunday. Mrs. Will Lagergren had been a frequent visitor of Mrs. Mattie Metz. Mr. find Mrs. Gene Barrett o1' Randall were Sunday after- noon callers of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Barrett. Mrs. Gladys Hamilton of Su- perior visited Miss Alice Fer- guson Friday. Mrs. John Diamond Mis. Mattie Metz and Sunday. The Reverend Mr. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Boyles and Gayla, and John Hiatt from the Olive Church held the May Christian service in out" ttom~ Their fine music and the mir~ ister's interesting talk appreciated by at1 of us. Bernie Rothchild and Troy of Omaha were in kate Wednesday on Packing Plant business. ALL GAMES TO BE PLAYED AT 8:00 P.M. EXCEPT RANDALL IIOME GAMES 7:00 P.M. June MANKATO at BURR OAK ESBON at MONTROSE' JEWELL and RANDALL--Open BURR OAK at ESIION MONTROSE at RANI)AI,L MANKATO and JEWELL--Open M()NTROSE at ,IEWELI MANKATO at ESBON RANI)ALL at BURR OAK MONTROSE and MANKATO--Open RANI)ALI, at JEWELL BURR OAK and ESBON--Open June June JEWELL at MANKATO BURR OAK and ESIION---Open MONTROSE and I ,ANI)AIA --Open ESBON at JEWELL RANI)ALL at MANKATO BURR OAK at MONTROSE ESBON at MANKATO BURR OAK at RANDALL JEWELL at MONTROSE - IIARVEST VACATION - BURR OAK at JEWELI, ESBON at RANI)ALL MANKATO at MONTROSE June JEWELL at ESBON MANKATO at RANDALL MONTROSE at BURR OAK June JEWELL at BURR OAK RANDALL at ESBON MONTROSE at MANKATO ALL TEAMS--Open MONTROSE at ESBON JEWELL at RANI)ALL BURR OAK at MANKATO ESBON at BURR OAf/: RANDAI,L at MONTROSE MANKATO at JEWELL COUNTY TOURNAMENT AT BURR OAK GF.NE PRESIDENT THERESA BAXA SECRETARY JOHN BEAM RECORDER L Q'