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appropriated cording to law. Assessment per $100 PASSED AND APPROVED .0619. THIS 15th day of AUGUST, 1983. Grants Projects Gerald M. Barnes amount appropriated Mayor ASsessment per $100ATTEST: amount appropriated Total Assessment .6167. 2. ADDITIONAL In addition to the 'iton I to taxation it is an- that the City will from miscellaneous and cash on hand the and this ordinance takes said amount funds. 8. CERTIFIED COPY The City authorized and forthwith upon and Ordinance to s certified copy thereof Clerk of Nuckolls 4. WHEN This Ordinance L full force and effect after its passage, and publication ac- DeWayne L. Aberg City Clerk Abortion topic for final film The third and final film of the August Film Festival spormored by the Reformed Presbyterian Church will be shown at the Superior church Monday at 8 p.m. "Assignment: Life" is a documentary film which follows journalist Ann Summers on an in-depth investigation of both the pros and coos of the abortion controversy, a difficult problem that refuses to go away. Summers interviews abor- tionists, challenges abortion counselors and is a witness to a "legal" abortion. She in- terviews girls in a home for unwed mothers and those who have had abortions. In attempting to find an an- swer to the questions con- cerning abortion, she also in- terviews authorities such as Dr. James Dobson, Cardinal Timothy Mannsng, Congressman Henry Hyde, Dr. Jack Willke and Dr. Bernard Nathanson. The film is for those who have not explored what the abortion controversy is about. It is also for those who are interested in knowing more about a view of life that allowed a construciton project to be halted on account of the snail darter but thinks nothing of the one half.million babies aborted each year. Nathan Stineman receives master's degree at Kearney Nathan. Stineman, Arapahoe, received his master's degree in educational administration at commencement exercises Aug. 5 at Kearney State College. He is principal at Arapahce High School. His wife, Stephanie, is the second grade teacher there. His parents are Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Stineman, Superior. Four of eight locomotives included in a 125-car Santa Fe train enroute to Superior from Abilene derailed at the outskirts of Courtland about 5:25 Friday morning. Two of the units partially overturned as the Serve with Betty Crocker Scalloped or AuGratin Potatoes on Sale now!, // m ..... Lb. 12-0z. ';'... 20-Oz. 10-Oz: 19 / / / Like Ground Beef I Louis Rich - Chunk I-Lb. ....... Pkg. Lods Chunk .......... Lb. na ........ Lb. 33 19 Northwest Italian % Plums Try a Nectarine Pie! 12-1b. ........ Carton California ................. Lb. Great Flavored ................ Lb. .. Imperial Stick iarine I SNACK TIME 12-OZ. Triple Volue Pkg. Nordica 29 Ore ida Shredded 12-Oz. Our Family Frozen With Cauliflower 16-0z. Box I i ir Perk 3-Lb. Can resh, Unscented ,y,.o.. $185 Eoch C Box ' ............ of bO Extra Strength II Gillette 24-0z. Purnia 3 ..oz Cans Cat Food !/2 :e ,,,. Naturally Low in Calories Vegetable 46-0z. Carl Presto - Quart Size 49 10 Ct. Kraft Sandwich Days American-Sharp-Bacon 6-Oz. Kraft American-Swiss-Pimento 12-0z. Kraft Real naise 32-0z. Jar $1k t 3e(; train crew prepared to switch three of the locomotives and 24 cars into the Kyle Railroad yard at Courtland. --Express Photo L ~ z~4 ~z wS&, Private Label Brea( POla ,. ar SWeet Pop.~ .. . uel MOnt,~ ,-. -~C!e~ " Char- ~ ~-'atsut) mm Bath ;rissue P/easmor 8aCor~ Blue BOnnet Margarine CantalouDe Vat) Cared Pork'n Beans ,'v . ~ S 5 u. ~.. WIE-F:j~ " ""ase FREE 6 P:~c~ 39 ~ ~ 2GO Off ~ oe 29C mmlmgl Slice a peach on a bowl of Post Toasties ;ereal. All Purpose Nebraska toes 20Lb ....... Bag Fresh Fresh - Sno-White Juicy Large .......... Stalk 8-01. .............. Pkg. ............. Each Our Family 25-Lb. Bag Redeem Your Red Coupons This Week From Harvest Of Coupon Savings Prices Good Through August 23 Open Thursday Until 9:00 p.m. f YOUR SATISFACTION IS ALWAYS FIRST ! Oick & Frank's !:ii i~