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The Cuba Free Press Education 5C May 6, 2004 We need more sponsor00'| D, e if yOO Head Start tours Cuba airport Submitted photo Head Start students took a tour of the Cuba Airport on Friday, April 23. Airport manager Fred Goodwin and Randy Mace them the airplanes in the hangars and all the students took a turn sitting in a plane. Cuba School Menus K-4 Monday. May 10 er on bun, BBQ hotdog on bun, Hot ham & cheese on bun, Potato chips, Pork & beans, Ice 10 Meatballs on bun, Pizza, Chef juicy, Milk-variety, Condiments and cheese on bun, salad with crackers, Tater tots, Grades 9-12 on bun, Tater tots, Baked beans, Corn, Pears, Monday, May 10 beans, Fruit cocktail, Fruit cocktail, Milk-variety, Hot ham & cheese on bun, Condiments . Condiments Meatballs on bun, Pizza, Chef 11 Tuesday. May 11 salad with crackers, Tater tots, Stew with hot roll, Beef stew with hot roll, Baked beans, Corn, Pears, on bun, Salad, Peas, Cheeseburger on bun, Pizza, Fruit cocktail, Milk-variety, beans, Milk-variety, Chef salad with crackers, Condiments Salad, Peas, Green beans, Tuesday. May 11 12 Peaches, Baked apples, Milk- Beef stew with hot roll, and noodles with variety, Condiments Cheeseburger on bun, Pizza, butter, Meatballs on Wednesday, May 12 Chef salad with crackers, Corn, Fruit cock- Chicken and noodles with Salad, Peas, Green beans, Condiments bread and butter, BBQ beef on Peaches, Baked apples, Milk- 13 bun, Pizza, Chef salad with variety, Condiments with garlic bread, crackers, Salad, Broccoli, Corn, Wednesday. May 12 on bun, Salad, Green Fruit cocktail, Milk-variety, Chicken and noodles with Pears, Milk-variety, Condiments bread and butter, BBQ beef on Thursday, May 13 bun, Pizza, Chef salad with 14 Spaghetti with garlic bread, crackers, Salad, Broccoli, Corn, BBQ -- BBQ ham- Hot philly sandwich, Pizza, Fruit cocktail, Milk-variety, )n bun, BBQ hot dog on Chef salad with cracker, Green Condiments chips, Pork & beans, Carrots, Jello, Pears, Thursday. May l3 Ice juicy, Milk-variety, Milk-variety, Condiments Outside BBQ--BBQ hamburg- Friday, May 14 er on bun, BBQ hotdog on bun, Grades 5-8 Outside BBQ--BBQ hamburg- Potato chips, Pork & beans, Ice juicy, Milk-variety, Condiments Friday, May 14 Spaghetti with garlic bread, Hot philly sandwich, Pizza, Chef salad with cracker, Green beans, Carrots, Jello, Pears, Milk-variety, Condiments , .......................... ,,.Z  Eighf = Ko00.,ve,u ht when the truck rolled out of the yard. the windows as he sat between his parents. to move slowly because Joey was eager t, the family stopped along the highway and had dinner Cooper's basket. An hour later, they arrived at A large sign said "Tuskegee Army Air Field." in a field where there were many other family then walked quickly to a place where people the graduation ceremony. Joey was excited even knew what he was doing. He and his parents a set of bleachers like he had seen at the high &tmost immediately, a group of old men in uniforms tip on a little stage in front of the bleachers. he men gave speeches, and then some young men in walking across the platform. As each one stepped his name was out. Joey held his breath until he v excited he stood up to get name .was called, Joey heard his He turned to see a tear roll down her cheek. And, Joey could hardly believe it, his father had tears on his the new airmen rushed up into for their families. Joey yelled and waved cam’ bounding up the steps. family out behind some big buildings so they could he stood the airplanes. The planes were P-40s and they all It was the grandest sight he had ever seen. walked around looking at the airplanes, he would be leaving in one of those airplanes the 00Poorn Exfen00ion5 next mominl He said pilots were needed in the war, and he was eager to do his duty. He said he was very proud to be a Tuskegee Airman. His eyes sparkled when he vowed that the Tuskegee Airmen would be as quick as lightning and would roar like black thunder. Joey asked about Dr. Carver. Tommy kneeled down beside his little brother, removed his cap, and said that Dr. Carver had died in January - not long after Christmas. With this news Joey realized that both his heroes were going away from Tuskegee. He began to wonder if maybe he could come here and be like Tommy and Dr. Carver. He wasn't sure if he should be a pilot or a scient. But as he looked at Tommy in his uniform, Joey knew that anything was possible. Looking at his brother, he imaged that the world was just waiting for him to grow up and do something wonderful. And that's what Joey planned to do. li,' I I !'}'  Author Kay Hlvehy and Illustrator B//fie Gofourth Stewart are both of Neosho, Mlssout Produced In partnership with this newspaper and the MiSsouri Press Foundation. Co.hi 2004. to Think Abodf and Do - !Joey saw his brother in his uniform, why'did he think you think anything is possible? B. Joey wants to grow up and do something wonderful. List four jobs which let people do wonderful things? What wonderful things do you think you can do when you are grown? story by " 573-885-4064 MAR-BAL We're Growing With Cuba INCORI:ORATI=D  Morice at The Cuba Free Press, Steelville Star-Crawford Mirror and The Extra would like to say thank you to supporters of Three Rivers Publishing's Newspaper In Education Program This program costs approximately $90,000 a year, which includes, providing newspapers to Cuba, Bourbon and Steelville Schools each week. Three Rivers Publishing, Inc. Our Goal ooo 65 5/6 $250 - Partner in Education Georgia Pacific • Healthnet Regional Center of Cuba, Inc. Meramec Electrical Products • Cuba Banking Center • Cuba Lion's Club First Community National Bank • Fidelity Communications $200 - Classroom Sponsor Knights of Columbus $100 - Classroom Sponsor Steelville Drug • San-Val • Meek's • Mace's Supermarkets • Steelville Telephone Peoples Bank • Mark Pfeiffer • Britton Funeral Home * Mr. & Mrs. W.D. MuIlen McGinnis Wood Products • Towne Pharmacy • Wallis Oil Pat and Nancy Mullen • Glenn's Overhead Door • C&C Auto Parts  State Representative Frank Bamitz • Knights of Columbus Bass River Resort • David Wheeler • KXMO • Cross Creek Farms Steelville Middle School Students • Bill & Judy Guffey • Knights of Columbus Se5---Cuba Veterinary Clinic $25 - Individual Student Sponsor WaI-Mart • "The Flag Ship" $20Gary Mace * Dona Bouse * Sandra Farris * Kellie Reed Troy Foster • Judy Ann Bell Three Rivers Publishing's Newspaper in Education program provides students in Cuba, Bourbon and Steelville with more than 1,500 copies of the Cuba Free Press and SteelvUle Star weekly, for use in their classrooms. The generous donations of these sponsors help make the program possible. Donations, which can be tax deductible, are still needed for this year's program. If you would like to help support Three Rivers Publishing's Newspaper in Education program by sponsor- ing a teacher or making a donation, please call 573-885-7460. followin9 teachers #i nea sponsors for t#eir classrooms Cuba Middle Melissa Voigt • Cate Macier DeeAnn Heaton ° Tammy Priest ° Kristen Howard Sharon Zelch ° Amanda Sullivan Jan Jones Gary Doyle • Beth Auchly Cuba High Julie Crow ° Anastasia Luettecke Nancy Boast • Jessie Shields Marsha O'Briant Rebecca Schweighauser Bourbon Elementary Jeanie White Bourbon Middle Deanna Cunningham Julie Strubberg *Tami Bobbitt Jessi Payne • Gail Christian McClary • Mattingly Bourbon High Kristina Studdard * Kelley Burke Shirley Robertson JanetStallman Michele Koelling Stelvllle Elementary Valerie Chrismon Diane Rinehart • Billy Edgar Bobbi Johnson • Teri Swyers Steelville Middle Cindy Swyers ° Jodi Cottrell Steelville High Lisa Johnson-Baumbach tmc 5/6-tfn