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Report ge I) more effectively imprisonment to reform our to allow this rtunity to per- fulfilling work of actual legislative past week has the most Week of the session. death penalty considered two compensation bills, no-fault insurance over-rode veto on LB 13 on two different to improving bid to Dependent to over-ride veto of LB 13 additional drug to the hardest yet. only senator who more than the debate. stated in his executive for eight ad- but our the fact that Were not actually be drug control ttment to about stem- in Nebraska would have to be assured manpower Used for drug in- bills improving proposed amount paid 61 percent of of need to 80 the other bill raised this to I00 Standard of need is Department how much be necessary for a for only the bare of life. the move to raise level to 80 percent of need. It is we talk of ADC that the over- of these help and that now does not r their basic human persons who assistance is Popular thing, but Ignore people ). Also remember that we to eliminate which created in the first the week occured ,il~.:_ ' en we received a IMl,'~_.tion from the Rhode ]J ~ ~ ~(islature asking us to ~'~t~2Uti0n asking people ~!~. -~,'"~t at least once a ~flPiuq0~yen our Omaha kmNews ~" Ronald Lewis Community tn Church: Rev. pastor. Sun- Worship, 8:30 a.m. Lutheran Church: Juengel, pastor. Sunday school, 10:00 a.m. Church: Hiller, pastor. 31, catechism 10:30 a.m. Sun- 9:30 10:30 a.m. 'ice, Wednesday p.m. Library Hours: 3:45-4:45 p.m. librarian. Hiller attended Choir Concert afternoon, Hiller is a choir. Lenten Series met last week of Mrs. Hans this week at the Louis Doering. IN Last Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. David Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sorensen and family. Mrs. Henry Rogge, Mrs. Oscar Miller and Terry of Fairmont and Mrs. Alfred Wegener were Lincoln visitors on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Franzen and children were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lanham of Nora. Wednesday evening supper guests in the Franzen home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Franzen of Bruning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and Terry of Fairmont, were last weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Steffens and family of Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen attended the wedding of Mrs. Hansen's sister, Ruth Stroscheim, and Les Schaub in Fremont Tuesday evening. They returned home Wed- nesday and were accompanied by Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eggert, and Lydia of Bancroft, who spent a few days visiting in the Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Reeve and Amy came March 17 from Albuquerque, N. M.,where Mr. Reeve is in the service. They are visiting his parents of Nelson and her mother, Mrs. Arnold McIntosh, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and family attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scheer at Strang on March 18. Joyce Hansen was a Friday overnight and Saturday guest in the Richard Howe home in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Hansen were Sunday evening visitors in the Arnold Hansen home. " Mrs. Mac Lynch of Nora and Mrs. Knud Martens were recent visitors of Mrs. Mary Lanham. LaVeryl Kleen and David Mussman came Thursday from Nebraska Technical College at Milford to spend their quarterly break with their families. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kleen went to Gladstone last Sunday, and accompanied by their grand- children, Jason and Nelsie Henning, attended church there. They went to Beatrice and were dinner guests in the Rodney Henning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Kleen joined them in the evening and the Earl Kleens returned to Lincoln, They were overnight and Monday guests in the Ardell Kleen home and returned to Ruskin Monday evening. Elmer Lipker had surgery at Thayer County Memorial Hospital in Hebron on Thurs- day. SR Lynn Sorensen, United States Navy, arrived in Lincoln from San Diego Tuesday evening. He was met by his pax'enls, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sorensen, and family. He wilt spend his leave with his family and ollmr relatives and friends. tie will return to Great Lakes Naval Base in Illinois April 6 ,- where he will attend school. The Eldon and Lyle Sorensen families and the Berwyn Pelersen children were Wed- nesday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frits Sroensen. William Ribcr of Superior was a Friday afternoon guest in the Sorensen home. Kathryn Jo Jenssen en- tertained several ladies at coffee on Friday afternoon, March 16, in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Ova Schultz, Mrs. F. G. Dilhm and Mrs, Arthur Moran attended Never Idle Club at the home of Mrs. Keith Lance near Hardy Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Renner, Mrs. It. F. Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eilers were Wednesday evening guests in the Raymond Wegener home to help Mr. Wegener celebrate his bi rl hday. James Sykes, a resident of Park View Haven in Deshler, suffered a broken pelvin bone in a fail. He was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia fin" x-ray and observation on Sunday and relurned to Deshler on Tuesday. Library Books LIBRARY tlOURS Monday Through Saturday I :30-5:30; 7:00-9:00 p.m. Dear Readers: Several new books have arrived at your City Library. Here are a few for all ages. Adult--Fiction "Oh! Where Are Bloody Mary's Earrings?" Robert Player. A bizarre and wicked fantasy of English royal life centers on the royal preoc- cupation with jewels. "Countess Carrotts," Molly Costain Haycraft. A historical romance set in England of / i U.S. NO. I RED I0 LBS, TENDER -- SPRING. FRESH "Dewy-Fresh" fruits and vegetables put a leech of fresh- ness into vitamin-enriched menus. You'll find an abundant variety of items and sizes at our store. "Dewy-Fresh" fruits and vegetables are crisp and stay fresh longer you them home. All priced to give the BEST VALUE in town. CALIFORNIA SWEET RUBY RED RIPE STIMULATING TASTE 'Each RED RIPE --- JUICY PINT FLAVORFUL CALIFORNIA 8 oz. CUP TENDER AND JUICY CRISP AND TENDER C C 10c Ears GOOCH'S BEEF AND NOODLE DUMPLINGI E-o:. Box OLDEN VALLEY R,o, sl PEAS .............................. , "," " KIUkN FR~ DRESSING .......................... ,._ 49c MILE HHN4 HAMBURGER DILLS ..... 49c OUR FAMILY JUICE EGG NOODLES ............... 29c KITTY CLOVIR CORNIES ........................ ; ...... '..';::53c H4llqrY pI.ASllC TRASH BAGS ...................... "~:39C Green Stamos WHEN YOU PURCHASE EACH 6 PACK CTN. . "..,.".. . . CHOICE, TENDER Delicious BONELESS, WASTE FREE Pound Imm,mmmmmm~m~ IONILIS| HElL er CHOICE, TENDER BEEF POUND ROUNDROAST. ................ ,,.'1 CUBE STEAK ............... ,,,.'1" U.S.D.A. 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Memories of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. "My Life In the Mafia," Vincent Teresa. The first high- level mob figure to ever tell his story. "China, Past and Present," Pearl S. Buck. We cannot un- derstand China's present unless we knew her past. Young Adult "Ghosts and More Ghosts," Robert Arthur. Ten stories of ghosts, haunts and witchcraft flw young people. "Alice Comes Home," Jeanne - Judson. Li~zht Romance. "Wind Over the Citadel," Leslie Ames. A suspenseful tale in Jamaica. "The Dark Passage," Alice Lent Covert. Light romance Children "Black-eyed Susan," Evelyn Trent. Illustrated by Lillian Obligado. "Herman the Termite," Dr. William S. Sickles. "Tale Of Pigling Bland," Beatrix Potter. Nebraska's hook-and-line record for black crappie is held by Delmer Butler of Sidney. Butler took the 3-pound, 15- ounce fish from Lake Mc- Conaughy on April 29, 1962. "!7" :, ..~ ...... )ELICATELY FLAVORED FLORIDA VALENCIA 2 5 for |ANOUET CHICKEN, TURKEY er BEEF POT PIES ...... 5';:*100 MRS. 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