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The Cuba Free Press February 5, 2004003A Shelter Pals pet of the week Submitted photo Buster. He is a two year old male West Highland He is housebroken, crate trained and does well ln other animals. Buster loves to be the center of atten- and loves going for long car rides, He has quite a per- I 1 tonality and would make a great addition to any family. As Mth all of our adoptions, the adoption fee includes all nec- se ph ,Qlary vaccinations and wormer while in our care. It also -d rimlmeuW] mCltu :ludes an spay/neuter surgery or a certificate to have the durl gery when it is time. For more information please visit ite at shelterpals org or call 573 885 3778 Senior Center Menu hed int0h#  IRSDAY, February 5 c atloaf ommOt tilly Potatoes grabl Ssell Sprouts ee wh eesecake dice  iN Chopette dl out 'k up !Pie Salad _, gerbread ) I U.;* " The llS 1,11u'IL- - ---" - " and e(1 Fish n for  Sad [ C . tG;: ................ ),000  og va ' , _, AY, February 9 K?'try Fried Steak i Vegetables ,v mikies v 'C td ; . ,r L! 1: :1( ,] r a 1" .eJ  key & Cheese ato Soup tdding rSDAY, February 10 Pier Steak .Y Potatoes ach Chocolate Cake ...................... Chicken Livers Slaw Cookies WEDNESDAY, February 11 Turkey Filet Sweet Potatoes Cauliflower Pumpkin Cake Ham & Beans Spinach Cake THURSDAY, February 12 Chicken Pot Pie Winter Mix Whipped Potatoes Apple Crisp ...................... Mexicotti Salad Jello with Fruit All menus served with coffee, milk, butter, bread and cold drink.We reserve the right to substitute menu items due to availability. No reservations needed! Lunch served from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Call Cuba 885-2909 for carry-out. Affordable Health Insurance Savings up to 15-25% www.HealthInsurance2OO4.com Underwdtten by Reserve National Insurance Company AHI-2 T hiutking about ways to Spend your tax refund? Pay off bills New car Vacation Life insurance SOme things are too valuable to compromise - life insurance is an excellent investment in your family's financial future. Call your Shelter Insurance, Agent today to find a Shelter Life policy to suit your needs. LaDel J. Stogsdill Agent 112 DOWNEY PLACE CUBA, MO 65453-1640 BUS: (573)-885-2575 k dill@agent.sheJterinsurance.com 1 r Life Insurance Company ^ " West Broadway Lolurnbia, MO v''W.shelterinsurance.com Seek Shelter Todayl I Static electricity could creme sparks at the gas pumps u Wallis Companies provides Public vehicles to keep warm. When the nozzle nozzle from the fuel tank opening and Safety message to consumers. With the winter months come many challenges, from inclement weather to static electricity. While static electricity may be a minor annoyance when it attacks your hair and clothing, it can add up to major problems at the gas pump. In recent years, gas stations in Missouri and neighboring states have experienced an increase in fires caused by static elec- tricity. Fortunately, none of them has resulted in fatalities, but officials with the Missouri Department of Agriculture are encourag- ing motorist to be cautious when fueling their vehicles. "The cold, dry air of winter, combined with fabric friction caused by getting in and out of your car, creates the potential for a static electric discharge that can ignite flammable gasoline vapors released during fueling," said John Albert, an inves- tigator with the department's Petroleum, Propane and Anhydrous Ammonia Program. Many of the recent service station fires have been traced back to the way in which motorists fuel their vehicles, Albert said. In most cases, motorists get out of their -cars, place the gasoline nozzle in the fuel tank, begin fueling and get back into their kicks off, motorists exit their cars, reach for the gas nozzle and create a static spark that ignites the flammable vapors released during fueling. To prevent the risk of static fires at the gas pump, Albert recommends taking the following safety precautions: Always turn off your car's engine. Be sure to close your door behind you when getting out at the pump By touching the metal portion of the door, you ground yourself and discharge any built up static electricity This should also prevent gaso- line vapors from entering your vehicle. Remove the nozzle from the pump and place it in the fuel tank. When the nozzle is activated and the fueling begins, either latch the nozzle open or manually hold it open during the fueling process. If at all possible, don't get back in your car. Stay near the nozzle (three or four feet away) to observe and control the fueling process. If you must get back in your vehi- cle, always ground yourself by touching the metal portion of the vehicle away from the area where vapors are being expelled. When the pump shuts off, touch your vehicle again in an area well away from the fuel tank opening to discharge any built up static electricity. Then remove the place it back onto the pump. If a static fire occurs, don't try to remove the nozzle from the fuel tank. Instead, quickly evacuate anyone in the vehicle. Flip the pump's emergency shut- off switch if it is readily and safely accessi- ble and summon help from the service sta- tion attendant and the fire department. Avoid using cell phones. Electronic devices, such as cell phones, have the potential of creating an ignition source. Never allow children to dispense fuel into a vehicle. Never fill portable gasoline containers in a vehicle or in the bed ,of a truck. Remove portable containers from the vehi- cle and place them on the ground before fueling. For more information or to report a stat- ic electricity fire at a gasoline station, con- tact the Missouri Department of Agriculture's Petroleum, Propane, Anhydrous Ammonia Program at 573-751- 4278. Founded in 1968, Wallis Companies i$ one of the largest Mobil distributors in the States and is headquartered in Cuba, Missouri. For more informati6n on Wallis or to find a Mobil station in Missouri, call 1-800-467-6652 or visit the company's web: site at www.wallisco.com. 0 @ 0 Totally Free Checking Free Checking Direct with Direct Deposit or Loan Auto-Payment 50+ Free Checking .... Must be 50 years of age or older ,/ ,/ ,/ ,/ ,/ ,/ ,/ Pyrex Portable Casserole Dish 24" Duffel Bag BAKER'S SECRET* Pizza Stone Compact Binoculars with Ruby Lens CORELLE 3-Quart 9"x13" Casserole Dish 36-can Cooler Call or stop by today. Offer ends March 1st. Gift supply is limited.* Peoples Bank Cuba 885-2511 Bourbon 732-5926 Steelville 775-5901 www.peoplesbk.com Member FDIC Personal checking accounts only. Minimum opening deposit is only $100 Checks must be ordered when account is opened