„ in- bies mentioned in Mr. Neiberding's '-""cy's the writer. No communications will be published without signatures.) CITES ROAD PROBLEM In Thursday's paper Mr. J. F. Neiberding states he specifically has health of the people of Miami in mind. I am proud to say we have at least one city commissioner commissioner who has our health in mind. Several years ago we property owners on Third avenue southeast from the KO&G tracks to the east city limits paid for having this street blacktopped. Early this spring the city street department plowed up this blacktop, which was in fairly good shape. A few shovels shovels of blacktop could have easily patched these holes. After plowing plowing up the street they, covered it with red clay and small stones, spoke to Mr. Fisher in regard fo :his. His explanation was the city wanted to see what the state would do before doing anything else. 1 think this should have been taken into consideration before tearing up this street I noticed a photograph in the News-Record taken last week of the dust storm west of the new bridge on Highway 66. If you want to see a real dust storm, just come to southeast Third avenue. We have them 24 hours a day, which is about as dangerous as ra- letter. RICHARD I. KUNCE, 510 Third avenue southeast, Miami, Okla.