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3 Communities Pass Changes In Sales Taxes Residents in the small town of Goltry approved doubling their sales tax Tuesday, while voters in Tulsa and Bartlesville approved sales tax extensions. But in Meeker, voters defeated a $650,000 school improvement bond issue. And, voters in Copan defeated efforts Tuesday to build an animal control shelter and hire an officer to staff it. 'The vote there was 84 to 24. Goltry voters overwhelmingly supported a proposal increasing the town's sales tax from i to 2 cents. The issue won, 41-6, according to figures from the Alfalfa County Election Board. Town officials plan to use revenue from the new tax to buy equipment for the fire department, pay for street improvements and other general operations of the town. About 300 people live in Goltry, which is six miles east of Helena. ' Lincoln County election officials said the Meeker bond issue failed, 281-272. School district officials had planned to use the money to build some classrooms and upgrade others. About 900 students are enrolled in the district's three schools, and superintendent Glen Haswell said previously that enrollment growth has been more rapid than projected. In Tulsa, the penny tax extension passed 37,263, or 73 percent, to 13,835, or 27 percent, said Dolores Jones with the county election board. The vote keeps the city sales tax at 3 cents on the dollar. The tax is expected to generate $245 million over five years and four months. The money is earmarked for such things as road construction, water and sewer work and a jail expansion. The sales tax extended by Bartlesville voters is one-quarter of a cent and will fund economic development. Aerospace Firm's Chairman Wins Aviation Prize By James Johnson Staff Writer Allen E. Paulson, chairman and chief executive officer of Gulfstream Aerospace Corp., is the 1990 winner of the annual Clarence E. Page Memorial Trophy "for significant contributions to the aviation industry." Paulson will receive the trophy Saturday at a banquet and ceremony during which five of the brightest names in flight will be inducted into the Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame. Paulson began his aviation career in 1941 as a mechanic for Trans World Airlines. He later became an aviation entrepreneur in California, refitting military aircraft for civilian use. Paulson founded Gulfstream in 1978 and in 1981 bought the old Aero Commander factory in Bethany from Rockwell International for Gulfstream, He sold Gulfstream to Chrysler in 1985 for $637 million and then with an investor group bought it back last March for a reported $825 million. Paulson lead Gulfstream to become the world's leading designer, maker and marketer of large corporate jets. Paulson was named pilot of the year by Professional Pilot Magazine after he and a Gulfstream crew flew Gulfstream rv aircraft on two around-the-world record flights in 1987. He also has won the Harmon Trophy, the Wright Brothers award and the Horatio Alger Award for his aeronautical accomplishments. Paulson has branched into International cooperation with an agreement under which Gulfstream and the Soviet Sukhoi Design Bureau, Moscow, are to develop the world's first supersonic business jet. The Page Award is named for the late Clarence E. Page, whose career in Oklahoma aviation spanned 70 years. The award is to be presented by Oklahoma astronaut Thomas P. Stafford. To be Inducted into the hall Saturday ire William Hall of Muskogee, Jerrie Cobb 3f Ponca City, Luther "Ked" Gray of NJn-riekah. the late Leverett Edwards of Cor-iell and the late Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Co, Drug Indictments Name Missouri, Arkansas Men Eight men from Missouri and Arkansas were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand ury and accused of conspiracy and possession with Intent to distribute marijua-la, Indicted were: Colette Joo Bemaugh, 38; Brian David Russell, 30; Clarence Timothy Richards, 24; Brice Carl Honloy, 34; and very Parker Boyd Jr 31; all of St, Louis, Also indlctod wore Larry Guyton, 3U; Jimmy Wolls, 38; and John E. Lowis, 44, all jf Blythoville, Ark. They are accused of :ravoling to Oklahoma City to buy about 00 pounds of marijuana for about 5200,000, the Indictment states. DEATHS and FUNERALS To Place Notices call 231-3264 l Business Personals 1220 Business Personate . 1220 THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN" Wednesday, Dec. 5, 31 HALES MITCHELL W. Scott "Red", 85, Guv- Nolan Ray, services Uam mon, services 2:00 p.m. Friday, First Christian Friday. Church of Moore. Bill Merritt Bethany Chapel BILL MERRITT M5 S Penn HARLOW-PARNELL MORGAN Sue Louise, 92, of MWC, Don Allen, age 25, died passed away Dec. 2, 1990. Dec. 2, 1990. Memorial ser- Born Jan. 29, 1898 at Devils vice 2pm Wednesday at the Lake, N.D., came to the Yanda 8. Son Chapel. Nicoma Park area in 1956, YANDA & SON also lived in the OKC and Yukon 350-7101 Britton areas. She retired from Tinker AFB as a sup ply clerk after service. Member of the Ni-coma Park Christian Church, the Eastern Star Chapter 506 of Nicoma Park, received a 50 year pin from the Delta Zeta So-rorily Class of 1919 Okla. A&M. She was a Home Ec school teacher in Agra and also coached the girls basketball team. Survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Byron R. and Lois Harlow of Orlando, Ft.; 3 daughters and 2 sons-in-law, Cara Lee and Don Johnson of Renton, Wa., Rosemary E. Harlow of Rome, Ga. and Sue C. and Terry Bruce of MWO a sister, Pat Crader of Pismo Beach, Ca.; a brother, Owen E. Gayman of New Braunfels, Tx.; 19 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by Oscar Lee Harlow in 198. Services 2prn Thursday, Dec. 6, 1990 at the Nicoma Park Christian Church with burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Cemetery LotsVaults ROSE HILL CEMETERY Irale, 1-492-4758 4 CHOICE BURIAL SPACES Supper), 25ea. M1-4772 ' Gardens 446, Section 11, Spaces 3 a, t 447, Section 11, Spaces, 1, 2, now eacn. atft-ase-aoaj. living in Yukon for the last 25 years. She was a member of the Rrst Baptist Church in Yukon, the Yukon Library Club, and the Eastern Star Lodge in Mangum, Ok. Survivors include her husband, L.F. Rust of the home; son, Ray Merritt of Yukon; sisters, Jodie Mitchell of Yukon, Malean Mitchell of Man-gum, Ok., Cinderella Bo-gart of Reed, Ok., and Cora Chambers of Vinson, Ok.; 2 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Dec. 6, at 10:00 a.m. in the Rrst Baptist Church in Yukon with burial in the Yukon Cemetery. TURNER FUNERAL HOME 201 E. Main Yukon 354-2533 SHAW Dorothy Ellen, born 11- 15-29 to Frank and Florence Boynton. She has two brothers, Frank and Paul Bovnton. Dorothy graduated Central High School 1947. Dec. 5, 1948, she married John D. Shaw. They have two sons, John and David, daughter-in-law, Pamelia, and grandsons, Matthew and Mark. She was mother, home-maker, workmate and friend to her family, and will be sorely missed in all her capacities. Dorothy fought a heroic battle with cancer until the end, 12- 3-90. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, at Smith & Kernke. . Bill Eisenhour Northeast 8B05 N.E. a 769-3362 JACKSON Albert E. "Tab", services llam Wednesday, Hillcrest Pentecostal Church of God. BILL MERRITT 4605 S Penn LINDEN SCHMIT Ann Nail Pryor. Mrs. Lin-denschmit was born in Ni-cholasville, Ky. on Sept. 22, 1895, and died on Dec. 3, 1990, in Oklahoma City, Ok. Her parents were George R. and Julia Deering Pryor. She was the youngest of eight children, all of whom have predeceased her. Upon the death of her father, she and her mother moved to St. Louis to be close to family there. After attending high school and business college in St. Louis, she worked as a milliner; a secretary; and in the actuarial department of an insurance company, prior to her marriage. She attended St. John's Methodist Church of St. Louis, having come from a long tradition of Methodist belief. There she met and married her husband, Carl Lindenschmit, who was at that time riO"!m In fha arnrorv hrmi- oocc wHh h;c taw Thov WALKER have one child. Berry Lin- N.A., Jr. "Curlev' denschmlt Blasdel. JHiey made their home inTtirk-wood, Mo. and were adive members of the Kirkwood United Methodist Church. In 1973, they moved to Oklahoma City to be near their daughter and her family. They had shared over 50 years of marriage when he passed away in 1981. She received the Life Membership Pin from the United Methodist Women of SMITH Paris Guy, 79, of OKC, passed away Dec. 4, 1990. Services will be 12 noon Friday in the Chapel Hill Mausoleum Chapel. Mr. Smith was born in Springer, Ok. and was a roughneck for 45 years. Survivors in dude his wife, Christine C. of the home; 2 daughters, Patsy Turnpaugh of Wa nette, OK, Rita Bell o Houston; 7 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. BILL MERRITT 4605 S Penn (announcements) 10OO Professional Services- Travel Opportunitn To place your ad, call 235-6722 71, of OKC, passed awav Dec 2, 1990. Curley was a retired carpenter, owned and operated ABC Stamp & Card Co. Survived by wife, Mildred of the home; 3 children; 5 sisters; 1 broth er; many nieces and nephews. Graveside services 2:00 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, Resurrection Cemetery GUARDIAN MIDTOWN 1133 N. Robinson 232-9292 and son-in-law, Berry and James G. Blasdel; three granddaughters and their husbands, Cheryl Lyn and Doug Marklev of Watauga. Tx., Ann and Steve Cohoon of Gerling, Ne., and Ann Patricia and Kevin E. Klr-kendall of Ft. Worth, Tx., and one great granddaughter, Hannah Yung-Hee Cohoon. Her life was a model for her family, devoted to her husband and daughter, and later her son-in-law and granddaughters. Her love never faltered and her courage was Immeasurable. She Imparted a spirit of love, strength, dignity of charader, determination, and faith In the Lord, to all those around her, a lady In the finest sense of the word. She will be in our 5005 SE 29 hearts and our love always. WILLIAMS The family wishes to ex- Ruth M graveside service press their gratitude to all 3pm Thursday, Broughton those who have helped In cemetery, Broughton, Ks, so man ways and espe- BILL MERRITT 4i05SPenn dally to her friend and companion, Dorothy Wll- Funeral Director 1100 Hams, Friends may call at service employee at Tinker AFB, died Monday, Dec. 3, 1990. Born Aug, 4, 1943 In OKC to Louis and Ethel Weldenmaler, He had also lived at El Reno ano Norman. He was a highly decorated Navy Seal during the Viet Nam Conflict. He is survived by his wife, Judy of the home; 2 daughters, Robyn M. Weldenmaler of Edmond and Robin D. Weidner, MWC; his mother of Norman; a sister, Brenda W. Sarchel of Norman; and a host of relatives and friends. Services 10:00 a,m, Thursday at Bill Eisenhour SE Chapel, Interment at Sunny Lane Cemetery. Guardan Funeral Home CHvrtL m me rLuwcrta MldtownChapelon 3s"ug"n , c..,tu Wednesday, between hours of 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Her services will be held at 11:00 a.m, In the Watchorn Chapel of St. Luke's United Methodist Church, 15th & N. Harvey, on Thursday, December 6, 1990, Memorials may be-sent to the St. Luke's United Methodist Church-Christian Life Center or to: Rev. Fred W. Yaizl, (Navalo United Methodist minister), Box 657, Shlprock, N,M. -SMO MEHLHOUSE Wesley J., 85, service 2pm-Wednesday, Resurrection Cemetery Chapel. BILL MERRITT B HOWELL VONDEL L, SMITH & SON MORTUARIES COLONIAL CHAPELS HAHN-COOK STREET & DRAPER oOTH I RESTHAVEN MORTUARY W HILWi GENE ADAMS BETHANY nckniTu RiiMcnAi wnMP Bronte C, Born Dec, 8, nsw, e-rntonBd mm 1905, Grove Oak, AL, died GUARDIAN Dec, I, TWO in Bethany, ,,jjn.rouZ m-im where she lived most of f!fAwcArW vA-M t lamat Dmui.ll HUNTER FUNERAL HOMfc member of First Bands WJk Mftr.yfty, Mm Eastern Slar, She Is survived by A children: daughter, Eveln Meredith of Little Rock, AR son, James I., Rowell of Okla, City, daughter, Ima Jean Thornton of Okla. dry and son, Joe Rowell of Okla, City; respective In-laws; 10 grandchildren, 10 greatgrandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews, Servlcesl 1:00a.m. IStsNMI.IUH ,, 1110 CREMATION SOCIETY Cemetery LotiViulli 1120 Wednesday, Bill Morrltt SCi'iTCToM" s&mi,'m. Funeral Service, Bolhany, 8SH Wj9mi Sh,pl,d' i m' NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE foTlowlrig propcrtyClofedRobert 1 Sulllnoer will be offered at put sale at united White GMC local at 5200 west 1-40, Oklahoma City, Item(s) to be s G.VIC'S with 24 ' 508775 & 50387O. may te arranoeo Cash sales only. 1 Corporation. 5314 S. Yale, Suite (9181 46-0500.' 11-25, WHITE MALE POODLE r SW l3Jlh-Western. 6W-0M9. Fern red mini Dachshund S S250 REWARD 31b female Yorkle, name Ramses. 755-9' " Klein. Reward. 434-7601 BLACK MALE LAB, BBITTANY F.b 122nd 8, MacArthur Lost Antique Coin on sold ch vicinity of Penn Square. No qui Hons, generous reward. 720-2' -OST Silver Toy Lisa 842- 7349 or 848-6252 wwht c&'n w'exp on 'l year ATTENTION SPECIAL CAR FINANCING Bankruptcy-Foreclosure-Slow Pay '88 thru '91 Low Mileage Quality Cars and Trucks. All you need is a reasonable down payment and Job Stability. ohm's 1 warn Call GARY or ED for details 495-0900 BANKRUPTCY - BAD CREDIT - SLOW PAY New & Used Cars 5 Million In Inventory Special Financing Call Jeff 799-DEAL THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN CLASSIFIED LOCAL ADVERTISING RATES APPLICABLE TO STATE OF OKLAHOMA Effective March 1,1990 Daily $2.51 "day $2.68 $3.12 $3.95 $4.68 Sunday $2.97 $3.14 $3.58 $4.41 $5.14 CASH FINDER CLASS-ADS SELL ITEMS PRICED S300 OR LESS mm mm ft NorKOmmeiwI merchandise lor sale only. Eacil lint S3.0O. Flat Hate Examples: 3 lines. 7 days. 19.00, Each additional Charga No relund lor early cancelations. SELL ITEMS PRICED $1,500 OR LESS itenoeprt atiV50o'or Jwjn'gjjJ lOdlltonal lira J5.0O. Flal Rale 3715 LmestWT5DULUinJMrin(,,3 Examples; 3 lines, 7 days. S15.0C. Each a Charge. No tetund lot eatty cancellations. SELL ITEMS PRICED 13,000 OR LESS 3724 toZ!!u?vS3m's? s, I days. S24.00. Each addiriwral lint Sa.OO. f prevwht M Shlh Tzu. Female Doble, found 13-3, 23rd 5 TUlsa. yae-eow PLEA FROM F ADOPTEE . Nov 30, lW 1:48am PLANNING A TRIP TO NEV YORK? For great (healer & sir 1 Round trip, ticket OKC fo Jock-somllle Fl, leave 10 Dec, return KID'S ON THE 01 aif 387"-ii eiir Round trio OKC-Lfll VI 1 RT Airline tlckel teak 5B?ce"S,: SELLING H TOP Hi eiriine trom unt to aacra- INDEX OF MAJOR CLASSIFICATIONS ptoyme . .1010-1310 Automotive . ..201O-JZ10 BentalB . 3010-3090 Real Estate . ..6010-6630 ..7010-7910 . .8010-8450 vice (See Service Directory)' DEADLINES To Place or Cancel Ads NON-DISPLAY Weekdays Commercial Noon Preceding Day Saturday Commercial 10:00 AM Friday Weekday Non-commercinl 3:00 PM Preceding Day Saturday Non-commorclal Noon Friday Sunday 6:00 PM Friday DISPLAY Sunday 3:00 PM Friday Monday 3:00 PM Friday Tuesday Noon Monday Wed-Thur-Frl-Sat 5:00 PM 2 Days Prior All ad subec! to credit approval. BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS 8 A.M.-5 P.M, WEEKDAYS - CLOSED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY To Place Your Ad By Phone Dial 235-6722 M0N TUES. & WED, 8 AM to 5 PM THURSDAY & FRIDAY 8 AM to 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM to 1 2 Noon SUNDAY . 9 AM to 2 PM PLACE YOUR AD BY FAX.Anytime Day or Ntgtll, DIAL 831-3613 Include Billing InlonMloi and Daytime Phone tot Conllnmlkm OKLAHOMA RESIDENTS If outside the Metropolitan Area . . . Dial Toll Free, 1-80 0-375-3450 THE OKLAHOMA PUBLISHING CO. P.O. BOX 25125 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 73125 ,i Can. PATIENTS WITH HEART DISEASE Education, Schools 1290 1 Education, Schools f Local Classroom Training Day & Evening Classes Enroll Now! Job Placement with major c financial aia avaitaDie 10 1 Truck Drivers et Chase Pa 4323 N.W. 63rd SL 842-8789 - Suite 110 City, OK 73116 9L EARN $ CASH $ and SAVE A LIFE! By donating Plasma at first AUTOMATED Collection Center in OKC. New donors, and donors who have nol donated at this Center in over 30 Days could receive up to S155 the first month, with this coupon. SERA-TEC BIOLOGICAL j j otter Expires Dec. 31 NEED MONEY? it QUICK CASH J Slow Pay-Bankn -9ad i Flnanclno Available '78-'90 Car? & Trucks Call Lee 737-4317 721-1911 DOCKUM TOYOTA SPECIAL FINANCE BANKRUPTCY OR SLOW PAY WE CAN HELP Late Model Cars & Trucks Ask for Ron Bowie 721-1911 CREDIT PROBLEMS? LEARN ARABIC JARRETT USA JEANS & SPORTSWEAR WAREHOUSE SALE tauwr. thank irou sr. June DIVORCE HO HIDDEN CHARGES! Fee covers children 4 property division, name cHanBe,mlssinj spouse, etc. Excludes onvt fees Serving Okla. 1 4 yr. 1 Da Service Available BUDOET DIVORCE DIVORCE SERVICE 1 SOS N. Portland... S43-2303 Dal City Ohlca BB-5M0 rmiFrei ....i-m-SK-mto lamlo7em-lm thruFrl Off OKLAHOMA JUNIOR COLLEGE Quality Education Since 1919 Phillips Colleges, Inc. CALL 848-3400 3232 N.W. 65th. Oklahoma City, OK. 73116 Okla. state Regents For Higner taucauon Licensed by OBPVS Airlines Need: Tcket Agents Romp Agents Gote Agents Reservations Agents Crer 10,000 oiriine employees started their careen at IAA. Rod out why we're 1 in airline trmnins and placement. . . OMohomo Gty TWs., December 6 2:00 & 7:00 p.m. Holiday Inn-H.W. (M.Vf 39lh cxpwy. i MS-3(&J-tf insert OJfW REAL ESTATE SCHOOL Barnes School 470-1493 CHILDCARE CONNECTION e help Tt locating and chooslr chlldcare. Call 525-311:. LIC. DAYCARE HAS OPENINGS i 8. 59 off Bryant ( EMPLOYMEHT J 2000 Employment Literature, Books. 2020 CO MANAGER 5esfrearBuv FoM-essw'High-JJ. vr Wall St based Inve m Interviewing lor AAgmt position. Call 8-CS33 MGR TRAINEE JJ1M9K ' -t-Gexc' MnefTls Nat??! CaYKAY trtct AAanaoer commission. 634-1TO SS COLLECTOR SS perlenced medical collectors. 1 qualify. Call 728-115 lor those who.. STYLIST, Top S's for oood stylist. NEWS EDITOR Exper., experience. Shampoo Acad- REG. LAND SURVEYOR The Dally Oklahomar,, Merchandising '' VicDebbie 943-0104 Esquire Pers, NW Expressway ug now:! Oklahoma State UnlversltyOk- aeoree by 19vA' progressive d to-.-tv- . I education. Contact: Person- . Services Office, OSUOKmul-... 1801 East 4th St., Okmulgee,., Sk'74447-3901 for dures; telephone (918) BANKRUPTCY WORKOUT? Corp Hi sag DIVORCE LOWEST FEE Call 634.4000 DUI, BKRPTCV, CHILD SUP. Zlotogura a, Hti MQ.f)444. gCV37y234R.eHleXnv, DUI BANKRUPTCY - EASY PAYMENTS B43-47W AAcCormlck CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY 175 ito a preparai! allow. Not a lob. S15- U12, stuslkH rtKfit tor . Only. J vacatmn-rounq uilte'Unlverial ante wo to- Cftfl Aircraft Welding Asroipae Plpillno Industrial HI-TohTIOWli, ctmtiitttWwtmWi Gall SOONER COLLEGE 942-8683 laucltonc Medical, Nurses.... 2200 Nannies 2170 Nursery & CNId Cate 2180 Part Time Help 2150 Prolessionai 2050 Ptolessional Dtivets 2120 Sales Opportunities 2060 Technical & Trades 2 HO Sales, Orders, Surveys, i :.)2I40 To place your ad, call 235-6722 $35,000 US GOVT mortgage relund. No ex necessary. .Q0-233.9551 AIRLINES HIRING Call 708- d benefit 4000 POWER PACKED RESUME- 2J01 Parklawn, MWC . 73M430 CAREER COUNSSLING For f'.-o;ti c.a.s CAREER, CpNCePTS,.7ai-754 Experienced barber, 50 wk-average. 710 S Council. 745-3161. Incentives. Terry 237-3100 MWC CPA FIRM SEEKS POatM10975CMWC. 'ok 73140. 'slSOwk BIOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN !3i" hAPPlfcJ skH,1 001. lor Inlormallon ana Kathy Vanchleri, (40S educational Instlturlom Carol Gremllch, USDr Southern Section, 105 Ivy Lane, Room 341-A, GreenDelt, MO a.ahs in an: SSS.HI-. Sat: MGR TRAINEE S1MSK Great opporlunlty to advance.. Unlied'ounol ;"iea ASSISTANT MANAGER acaraiilw, too Hilar who li rnpni' Milffi KUwantod ""iJhtr up e"ll! 405-842-2979 CATHERINE'S Penn Square Mall Fashion Independence For Todays Large Size To place your ad, ct 235-6722 Olan Mllli It looking lor JSBnT s.tion,,n,r?5pr; REVENUE ACCOUNTANT1 'J Claims Adluster Trainee''-'' Start 51 8-23,000 t-Bene'W Amtartea'a leading Ins org seek;-crnwe grad, any RS, mtchanr- 1ISSION SAI.B5 ft. Onenlngt lor exper Estate Agents. All ai era Bob Linn, c SALES CONSULTANT'' FLOYD'S RV'S a) Notman Ml Eofe5

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