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The Cuba Free Press birth of a son Orion Blanton was December 6, ),m. 6 pounds, 1 1/2 18 1/2 inches long, has blue eyes and light parents are Daniel Blanton and Annie IiUtchcraft of Cuba. are Franklin Lorraine Blanton of and Kathleen of Cuba. grandmother is Ann of Cuba. and uncles include and Christina Blanton Carol ad Pamela of Columbia, Stephen and girlfriend of Cuba. uncles are Rocky of Cuba and Randy of St. Louis. GABRIEL ORLON BLANTON Cousins are Matthew Blanton of St. James, Mary and Leslie Blanton of Leasburg, Zachary Logan of Columbia, and James Guinnip of Columbia. Gabriel also has many other aunts, uncles, and cousins too numerous to mention. UMR student receives scholarship students in the dents inengineering. Engineering Program UMR's NACME Scholars of Missouri- include: Christopher recently honored as Turnbough, a senior in civil group of scholars to engineering from Steelville, in a new joint block Me. program with the NACME is the nation's Action Council for largest private source of schol- (NACME). arships for minorities in engi- Spring, UMR was neering. Since 1980, more than as one of 13 NACME 17,000 students - 15 percent of Institutions all minority engineering grad- out of 125 univer- uates - have received NACME applied for the pro- support. Although most NACME scholarships are tWill receive $100,000 offered on an individual stu- for scholarships dent basis, NACME has insti- the success and tuted a block grant program for of minority stu- a few universities. to hold storytime ; Regional Library is Bourbon, Ste. Genevieve and g a 10-week Fredericktown. :session beginning Please contact your local " library for exact times or call n-filled storytimes _ ,, .... held at Ironton, Pat Cooper, wnimrens Steelville, Cuba, Librarian at 573-546-2615. Threats Against * Teachers * Schools School Vlolonce Hotllnl We have all your Valentine needs Balloons -- Silk Roses - Jewelry Gift Baskets -- Sweet Heart Bears 505 S. Franklin Cuba, MO 65453 1-573-885-3398 * Hrs. Mon.-Fri. 9-6; Sat. 9-4 You Worried About Your Child? Trouble ? COUNSELING IN YOUR HOME Positive Parenting Skills for Raising Responsible, itive, Confident Children lie Spilton, MSW, LCSW aCensed Clinical Social Worker AND CHILD SPECIALIST Medicaides 30 Years Of Experience Friendly Reimbursement Accepted TOLL FREE 1-866-235-5994 tmc 2/5 Lifestyl,e IIA February 5, 2004 Service News Navy Airman Apprentice Travis M. Ness, son of BeckyA. and Mark E. Ness of Cuba, Me., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week pro- gram, Ness completed a vari- ety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and ship- board and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations". This exercise gives recruits the key skills and confidence they need to graduate and take to the fleet. "Battle Stations" has been designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the practical applica- tion of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. Its distinctly 'Navy' flavor was designed to take into account what it means to be a Sailor. Ness is a 2003 graduate of Crawford County High School of Cuba, Me. New trooper starts at Troop I Captain Randy L. Becker, Commanding Officer, Troop I, Rolla, Missouri announces the assignment of a new trooper in the Troop I area. The newly assigned officers of the 81st Recruit Class, graduated on January 10, 2004, after com- pleting six months of training at the Highway Patrol's Law Enforcement Academy in Jefferson City. The officers will report to duty on January 26. Trooper Tyler D. Stewart,.a native of Salem, Missouri, has been assigned to Zone 1 in Phelps County. Trooper Stewart attended Salem High School and is a 1998 graduate of Central Missouri State University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Prior to his appointment to the patrol, Trooper Stewart served as a juvenile officer for five years in Dent and Crawford Counties. Missouri Intercollegiate Band chooses members R. Andrew Jackson II was He is the great nephew of chosen to play with the Misouri Percy and Delma (Huff) Pascoe Intercollegiate Band, conduct- of Cuba. ed by Frank Ticheli at the Also chosen was Kayt Missouri Music Educators Hinson, daughter of Richard Association Conference held at and Sue Hinson of St. Clair, | Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Missouri. Beach on January 23. She also 'plays the trumpet | He was one of 121 trumpet and attends Missouri Baptist players throughout the state University in St. Louis, | chosen. He attends Truman Missouri. State University in Kirksville, Both are graduates of St. | Missouri. Clair High School and were | He is the son of Melinda under the direction of Paul and Huff of Cuba, Missouri and Elaine Swofford. They had pri- | Russell Jackson of St. Clair, vate lessons from Bob | Missouri. Ceccanini, St. Louis, Missouri. ani I Retirement of Troop I c ne I- On November 26, 2003, directly involved in the seizure I  Captain Randy Becker, of 1,029 pounds of marijuana, 1 Commanding Officer of Troop I, announced that Troop I canine, Eiko, was retired from service as a result of an irre- versible medical condition. Eiko, a six and one-half year old German Shepherd, was appointed to handler Trooper Greg DuBois on September 13, 1999. Trooper DuBois and Eiko were teamed with Sergeant Richard Lisenbe to form Troop I's drug interdiction team. The team was utilized for a period of approximately one year before manpower short- ages in the troop required them to perform zone duties. Despite the additional respon- sibilities, Trooper DuBois and Eiko continued to work togeth- er and made numerous drug seizures. During Eiko's career he was 1,554 pounds of cocaine and two pounds of heroin. While serving the Highway Patrol, Eiko's tracking abilities also allowed him to be utilized dur- ing manhunts and searches for missing individuals. Trooper DuBois stated, "I'm grateful for the opportunity to have worked with the dogs and officers that are part of the canine program. It's a period in my career that I will always cherish. When you work and live with a patrol dog day after day, you really gain a true understanding of just how spe- cial these animals are." Eiko will remain in Trooper DuBois' care after retirement and will be missed at Troop I. His favorable temperament was admired by many of the officers as well as Troop I's civilian employees. ELECT ANNALEE WILLIAMS ALDERMAN WARD II APRIL 6, 2004 Member Planning and Zoning Member Parks and Recreation Officer Crawford County Fair Board Officer Crawford County Historical Society The City of Cuba belongs to its citizens and I believe that elected officials should be responsible to those citizens. The citizens of Cuba deserve n:ore than a "special interest group" government. If elected Alderman, nay focus will be on how the decisions made by the Council will effect the future of Cuba. Cuba has an exciting future if managed with responsibility. I have worked closely with city officials during the past several years in the devel- opment and adoption of the Comprehensive Plan and the Cuba Development Code. I regularly attend City Council meetings and stay abreast of what is going on within our city government. I would like the opportunity to continue to work for you and the future of Cuba. I appreci- ate your support and hope that I can count on your vote. If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 573-885-3273. SERIOUS ISSUES--SEKIOUS COMMITMENT Paid for by candidate, Annalee Williams cfp 2/5 I Childbirth classes will begin on Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at Crawford County Health Department, 202 West Main Street, Steeiville, 111o. The classes will be from 6-8 p.m. and will be held for 6 weeks. To register call 573-775-2555 .,.,5 Memory of Hector P. Ramori 2-2-1913- 12-24-2001 ring and missing you more every day. you were still here with us all. Birthday Dad. Love you and be good. by Wife, Children & Grandchildren cfp 2/5 ) 301 N. Franklin, Cuba 573-885-4434 0000ounL to the first 25 customers on your Valentine order. Your choice of delivery dates. tmc 2/5 COUPON I Good from 2-1-04 through 2-29-04 I I PHARMACY I 1 FREE 2 liter bottle of any ! Coke product with a new or I transferred prescription. | I Good at Steelville location only I _ E Limit 1 coupon per household per visit Ik-  Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Naturals Health Food Store 363 E Pine, Bourbon, MO 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-1 Csrdlo Quest February is heart month. Valentine's Day fits nicely right along with this heath care theme we thought So for love of life and to lovingly give of yourself take a self-exam to assure that you are taking steps to keep yourself heart healthy this month. Possibly, you might retain some of these habits for the rest of your life. What is it that you might do to step up your heart defense offense? If you are presently taking supplementation to aid your heart, check to see if it will be a total support for an all around healthy cardiovascular system and helps maintain healthy artedes. Does it contain owerful antioxidants to protect body cells from free radical damage? Will it promote nor- mal muscle contraction and transport fats into the outer area of the body's cells so that they can be converted into energy. Did you know that you could even supplement to promote proper electrical activity of the heart muscle? Don't forget proper blood chemistry typically via the B vitamins and blood pressure levels. And as we have recently written, strengthen- ing the capillary walls. What about your watch on Homocysteine levels in the blood? Homo what? Homocysteine is an amino acid found in the blood and is in high levels due to diet or an inherited genetic disorder. This may require you to consume sufficient levels of the B- vita- mins to keep them down. Research has shown them to be of relevant risk for heart disease. Elevated homocysteine levels are related to injured blood vessels causing hardening of the arteries and contributing to heart attacks and strokes. Folic acid has also shown to be )ffective in almost the entire population with high Homocysteine levels we pray that you prosper m all things and be in health even as your soul prospers. 3 John 2 Donna The Information ircluded in this article is not Inter=bed to treat or cure any disease or ailment. 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