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The winners In the Wilder Elementary Sack Race Cathy Crump, Todd Has- Mike Ashbrook, Todd Taylor, William
School on Oct. 26 and 27 Mrs. Bruce fifth grade, Mrs. Rose sixth
: tens, Alison Adams, John Talmage, Abel, Brook Catlett. grade.
have been announced. Jennifer Broaddus, Jonathan Wilding. Drag Relay -(- class)Mrs.Nevlns, Mrs.
On Thursday, Oct. 26, the winners were: Over and Under Relay Jeff Clark.
Dash -- Elyce Ellington, Tim Fantoszl, Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. Bruce.
Kick fordistance Kristin Weber, Todd Weber, Deldra Denson, Joan Schleck, Frisbee Throw Becky Stltes, Tracy Specie Guild ccrd p:.i)
Wlebusch, Sue McClure, Phillip Mar- Debbie Jernigan, Phillip Marshall, Carroll, Kendall Weber, William Abel, A luncheon and card party to benefit
shall, Kyle Lowe, Scot Down, Krissy Andrea Pierce, Peter Marino, Cherle Lynn Bernard, Jim Silvers.
children at the Cerebal Palsy School
Johnson, Billy Suddeth, Stacy Tomasa, Stone, Robert Wink. Ten-M-
(Class) Mrs. at 1520 Baxter Ave. will be held at noon
David Lombardo, Andrea Pierce, Bobby Frlsbee Throw Hartung, Mar- Williams, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Saturday, Nov. 11, sponsored by the
Heidenburg. tin Schaefer, Jody Salsltz, Larry s, Wil-ltam- Bruce fifth grade, Mrs. Bruce sixth Spastic Guild of Louisville. The $1.25
Pam Folston, Rob Boaman. grade. admission Includes lunch and door and
Potato Race Dana White, Kevin Hor- Six-M-
Kick Relay (Class) Mrs. Lee,
ner, John Smith, Cheryl Marp.
Brownsboro Three-Legg- ed Race Lisa Bowman and
- i Road
Kim Kutt, Brook Catlett and Charles
First-plac- e winners on Friday, Oct. 22,
were: choose the Cockle Shell
Bettie McCubbin Broad Jump Renna Vlssing, Kevin
4255503 Ratllff, Karen Harpenan, Mike Cay, Elyce for all their party needs.
Ellington, Yung-hsln- g
I I v Forty-Yar- d. Dash Mark Corby, Kyle
Lowe, Clare Dixon, Kevin Ratllff, Sheila
Wu, Patrick Obre-go- n,
Karen Lee, Todd Arterburn,
Maureen Schaefer, Robbie Poe, Jimmy Gifts Table Decorations
Melners, Marty Rosenberg, Kathy Frazler.
Thompson, Scott Shadle, Mary Beth
Race Teresa Gordy, Candles Invitations
Judy Kelsle, Doug Horner, Todd Leather-ma- n,
Black, Jay Walton, Cherle Stone, Mike Napkins Party Goods, Etc.
Laura Roob, Rhea Varney, Bruce
Spider Race Cay, Melanle Kauer, Timmy Weber, Melody Knauer,
Scheuer, Bruce Knauer, Elyce Elling- Julie Tate, Bobby Smith, Ricky Eldrldge. Let us help with your next party,
ton, Michelle Ellington, Kevin Ratllff, Wheelbarrow Race Linda Reyna, Kim be it small or large, formal or
Claudia Morgen, Todd Arterburn, Susan Olsen, Mike Gay, Chris Hufford, Pam
Gordy, David Melners, Yung-hsl- Wu, ng Polston, Elyce Ellington, Rlckle Hudson, informal.
Robert Wink. Bruce Knauer, Sandy Jones, July Tate,
MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS CARD SELECTION
Voice photo by Anne Calvert NOW, FROM OUR COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
ARRANGING PAMPHLETS in the library at Planned
Parenthood' new headquarters at 843 Barret Ave., are
(from left) Mrs. E. A. Steinbock of the Highlands; Mrs.
Fred Burghard of Mockingbird Valley, librarian; Mrs. U
Harry Lewman of Indian Hills, and Mrs. Robin Cooper.
The center opened Oct. 11, but renovation is still under- 4820 Brownsboro Rd. U.S. 42 Watterson 893-247- 0
way on the executive offices and auxiliary conference
SAVE UP TO 50
moves to East End J
Expanded patient services and educa- services. An audio-visu- center on the
tional projects is the goal of Planned second floor will enable the educational
Parenthood's move into new quarters at staff to increase its scope of counseling.
843 Barret Ave., Oct. 11, according to The present renovation is the result
executive director Merle Zlrkle. of a $25,000 federal grant and a $16,500 AMAZING NEW ELASTIC-MATI- C
Although only the clinic area was grant from the James Graham Brown
cleared and arranged sufficiently to Foundation contributed toward the initial
t- - X , MARBLE CHIP ROOFING
conduct Interviews and classes, on purchase of the property.
moving day, the new location has double The Louisville affiliate is one of three
Adds beauty and protection to your home
the space to provide a number of needed in Kentucky, including one in Lexington Covers & protects all Roofs
services to the community, explained and one in Berea, which provide birth . METAL . SLATE . ASPHALT . PITCH
Mrs. Mary Anne Rlckert, director of control information, supplies and ser- . ASBESTOS . 15 YEAR GUARANTEE
resources, information and education. vices to those persons who do not choose Custom Laminated by professionals
The location, only a block from both to go to a private physician or public
Kentucky Baptist Hospital and St. An- health facility. Choice of colors, Payment plans
thony's Hospital, has the advantage of Voice photo by William L. Shipley
The center also provides a speakers' CALL FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE
free parking On the adjoining streets, bureau to meet the needs of community DIANE HANSON (left) and Todd Arterburn, both
Pregnancy testing,"' examinations, and
groups and a resource center with books,
fUms, and' pamphlets on family planning
at Wilder Elementary School, sprint off WAYNE ROOFING INC.
soon, gonorrhea testing are part of its' explained Zlrkle. 4119 PINE. CROFT; DRIVE - - Qn8-fi?7-
'Plucky Pierre' nets $3,000
By Roger Auge
County Judge Todd Hollenbach listened
intently while Pierre Salinger, former
press secretary to President John F. i i i i ii
Kennedy, spoke to raise money for the
campaign of George McCovern and Ser-ga- nt
Salinger was talking to about 50 Dem-
ocratic supporters In a sitting room at
John Young Brown's home on Orion Road,
in the Glenview area.
"It's been a difficult race and an uphill
race," Salinger said. "But I've come to
the conclusion after talking to people X,- - '
in 40 states and after 25 years of learn-
ing to separate my hopes from real-
ity, I've become convinced that George
McCovern is going to win in November."
Everyone applauded. Then Lt. Gov.
Julian Carroll said he thinks McGovern
will win the presidential race. He i j
acknowledged that President Richard
Nixon has carried Kentucky every time
he's run here.
the most in DRY CLEANING
Next, Judge Hollenbach was asked to
"I'll say one thing, if this preaching
tonight hasn't taken effect, we're all
going to be in Republican hell for another
5 FOR THE (
Salinger, who played the part of "Plucky
Pierre, the underground lawyer" in TV's
Photo by Melinda Auge
Batman series, and served for five
months in 1969 as a U.S. Senator from PIERRE SALINGER listens intently to John Y. Brown
California, challenged the accuracy of at an East End fund raising party Sunday, Oct. 29.
political polls showing McGovern far
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"The polls include states where George
McGovern is going to get beaten by a
A VOTE FOR
Two Ladies' Dresses plain
wide margin. States like Alabama, Mis-
sissippi and Arkansas. WILLARD DAVID BOSTWICK
"But if you look at states like Ohio, ) V f ' Or One Of Each
Michigan and California with big elec-
toral votes, this election is far closer
than the polls show,"he said.
IS A VOTE FOR A PARENT and PROFESSIONAL
TO REPRESENT YOU ON THE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
A Newsweek magazine poll published
Oct. 9, shows 277 electoral votes "solid
for Nixon," three "solid for McGovern,
and 100 uncertain. To win, a candi-
date must have 270 electoral votes.
AS A BOARD MEMBER BOSTWICK PLEDGES
M.ACE THE EDUCATIONAL
In any event, the fund raising party FIOHT FOR THE RIGHT OF CHILDREN TO of 2 IF YOU PRESENT
i a aa n Mil
brought about $3000 into the campaign
treasury, according to Jesse George,
ATTEND THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL
GIVE CLOSE EXAMINATION TO ALL SCHOOL 3.40 r t
state campaign chairman. Co-ho-
Brown, chairman of the Kentucky Fried
with EXPENDITURES AND CONTRACTS
FORM A COMMUNITY ADVISORY GROUP TO
CONFER WITH ON A REGULAR BASIS
Chicken Corporation, was Wendell Cher-
ry, president of Extendicare, and mem- r'1 XT WORK TOWARD ESTABLISHMENT OF AN
ber of the McGovern-Shriv-
Couples contributed $100,
OMBUDSMAN FOR THE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
IMPROVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SCHOOL
individuals $75 to attend the party. till. .I k All ,.. AND HOME 7
Day Shirt' Service
In July, Brown sponsored the Demo-
cratic National Telethon which grossed
over $4 million In contributions. THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH CHILDREN
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THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATION. SPEED SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY OF LOUItVILLE
Ph.D. (Eduction Admk.lrMKn UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, 6 S (In hWthwmlcl
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