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The Cuba Free Press April 24, 2003---9A take part in Math contest Christy Nixon photo Cuba Elementary fourth grade students took part in the 2003 Missouri Student Regional Contest held at Rolla Mark Twain Elementary April 12, for grades 4-6. left in back, Zach Foster, fourth place; Casey Chitwood, Matt Mueller, front, Dalton second place. Reeves will travel to the state competition on April 26 in Columbia. for the Future is the theme of 2003 and Water Stewardship Week to feed the world grow to eight bil- is a serious task require a serious ethic among all to organizers Soil and Water Week obser- set for April 27 - May for the future will those people and fortunate enough to soil and water for production, the provide stewardship and the freedom their agriculture i n the struggles over and ethical ques- Volved in increasing the world's depends on an ade- of good farm- Crawford County Soil ater Conservation Dis- landowners who reduce soil erosion, water quality, and a better home for wild- Special observance ood for the Future" the most basic is- sue any society faces and one of the most complex. In to- day's world and for tomor- row's needs, an ample supply of food requires: Productive soils and ample water supplies, maintained in a clean and healthy condi- tion by people who practice effective resource steward- ship. A wide and diverse variety of food crops with traditional crop strains protected so that their characteristics can be used in the future if needed. An economic and social system that provides peace and security for people who produce food and fiber on the lands where they live. A transportation and distri- bution network that moves food rapidly and safely from the field where it is produced to the consumers who need it. A global network of support that allows people to quickly and effectively help those i n hunger of famine. While providing food for the future may seem out of our grasp, each of us can do something around our own place to conserve natural re- "completes Raymond Trust SC]hLO01 sources. To learn more about how you can help, contact the Crawford County Soil & Wa- ter Conservation District at 1050 Hwy. 72 E., Suite 2, Rolla, or call 1-800-364-8732, Ext. 3. a Financial Ad- Cuba, Mo. office of James Financial Inc., member of recently com- Raymond James according to James Trust Com- David Ness. School is a com- the Raymond James which pro- Advisors information on estate settlement like Koski, completed Trust Obtain state-of-the-art that covers trust tate settlements and trusts and bet- them to fully serv- clients. ission of the school," "is to provide Advisors with aecessary to handle trust services on a basis." Specializes in retire- and estate planing for clients near or in their retirement years. He has been serving the Crawford County area since 1992 from the investment Center at Peoples Bank. Raymond James Financial Service, Inc., member NASD/SPIC, is a national in- vestment firm providing fi- nancial services to individu- als, corporations and munici- palities through more than 4,700 Financial Advisors in 1,900 offices throughout the Untied States. For nearly a quarter of a century. Ray- mond James Financial Serv- ices, Inc. has provided a wide range of services through of affiliate, Raymond James & Associates, Inc., member New York Stock Exchange. Both Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. and Raymond James & Associates, Inc. are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Raymond James Financial, Inc. (NYSE-RJF). For additional information, contact Bob Koski at 573-885- 2511. Need brochures? all the Cuba Free Press 573-885-7460 Photo submitted These area high school students attended the Youth Leadership Day at the Missouri Farm Bureau Center in Jefferson City. Students and chaperons attending from Crawford County were from left: Samm| Bryant, Becky Sanders, Anna Lytia Bahr, chaperone; Jodi Voss, Ben Bahr, Nicole Richter and Brandi Lea. High school youth tour State Capitol during Farm Bureau's Youth Leadership Day/00pril 3 More than 340 junior and senior high school students participated in Missouri Farm Bureau's annual Youth Leadership Day April 3. The one-day seminar took on spe- cial meaning this year as U.S. troops battle the forces of a dic- tatorial government in Iraq. During the seminar, Dr. Rick Hardy, associate professor of political science at the University of Missouri in Columbia, explained to stu- dents the role of government and the responsibilities of citi- zenship. Rep. Jack Jackson (R- Wildwood) also spoke to stu- dents about his role as a state representative. Elected in 2002, Jackson represents the 89th District in St. Louis County and serves on the Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs, Job Creation and Economic Development, and Tourism and Cultural Affairs committees. Sponsored by Missouri Farm Bureau Promotion and Education Programs, a high- light of the day was visiting the State Capitol where students had the opportunity to visit with their respective members of the House of Representatives and Senate and observe floor action from the galleries. Special Olympics Special Times 5OOO Minutes lIB Get a FREE Nokia 1261 With a $20 donation to Special Olympics With a 2-year service agreement Hwy. 63 South gz ! :X c00ngular" WIRELESS 206 Hwy. 63 South Rolla 573-341-9992 1-800-769-2099 wwwanidamericawireless om Authorized Agent [ MID-AMERICA Wireless Limited time offer. Requires a 2-year service agreement for each line. Oer conditions and restrictions apply. See contract and rate plan brochure for details. Requires credit approval. 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