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ArkonwM TIMES, Sot., Jun* 77, 1974 FAVCTTfVILLI, »HK»M»»« Workshop Bid Accepted Th- low bid of $69.053 f r o m naylon-Slratton Const ruction ·Go. was accepted by Abilities v Unlimited of Northwest Ark.' Knsas to erect the new sheltered workshop. The approval was voted by the organization's Board of Directors at a P^riday noon tnect- " "ing at t h e Downtown Motor ' "Lodge. " p The 1 bid was one of four pre- ·' spntc-d and the high bid was :*$84,r00. The new building will ·ibc constructed south of East- 1 · gate Shopping Center on Happy Hollow Road. The new site w n s accepted . unanimously when the directors · approved a revised lease agree merit with option to buy a f t e r Jim Herrin. chairman of the Finance Committee reported that a title research had been pei-formeri and a marketable title vests in the present owner ' Ottis Watson. The agreemen calls for a monthly rental o .· -575 and purchase price of $17,500 · if purchased within a two year . period. ON BYPASS ! The directors had originally . voted for a site in the Favelle : ville Industrial Park, but fel' · the property on 15th Strec' ! Bypass would make the new ; facility more easily available Ic the public. The property was originally offered at a $10,000 purchase price. Approval of $9,753.59 grant foi equipment from the facilities section of Arkansas Rehabilita . live Services was announced b Ai Griffee, executive director. Griffee informed the Board that in order to qualify for the grant the organization had tc provide 20 per cent or $1.950 The directors authorized the of ficers to borrow the money foi the local share if it was neces sary, in order to abtain the ne cessary equipment. Re-Dedication Of Documents Set June 28 A permanent display consis ing of 28 authentic reproduc ions of famous historic Amc-r _ : a n documents will be re-dcdi :atcii in a ceremonv at the Ro berta Fulbright Public Library at 1 p.m. June 28. Exchange Club presidcnl Leon Fowler will open the iceling and the address wil e given by Mayor Russci: 'urdy. The Freedom Shrine was de (floated in 1967 and the late Dr Edward B. Meriwether deliver ed the dedicatory address. The was accepted by Mrs Orientation Date Set For Fund Drive A tentative date of July 8 has been set for an orientation o: campaign workers for the . -. $23.000 fund drive to build a new sheltered workshop f o r Abilities Unlimited of Northwest Arkansas. Wesly J. Gordon, drive chairman, announced at a noon meeting of the organi/ation's board of directors that area chairman have been named They include Jim Walters Bentonviltc and Rogers; Rober . Moore, Springdale; Donald . Parks. Prairie Grove and Loyc Swope, Lincoln. The directors previewed a slide presentation prepared by Morris G. Collier in cooperation with Gordon and A! Griffee, ex ccutive director, which will be shown to civic organizations The slides show the presen' workshop on Mill Street and the proposed new facility and site Services provided by the work shop, which gives handicappec persons the opportunity to learn a skill, wore also included as is'eil as a break down of funding and a brief history of the work shop. The new workshop wil be constructed by Dayton-Strat ion, south of Eastgate Shopping Center on Happy Hollow Road. Interested clubs may arrange to have the presentation b calling Griffee at 521-3500. SECRETARY NAMED Gordon also announced Mrs Maurice McClelland will be of fice secretary for the drive which has headquarters at Col lege Plaza. The office will be open on a full lime basis after July 5. Approximately $1,500 has been pledged for the drive before the drive is officially open, ed. Gordon said the drive wil continue for a month, but he hopes the goal can be reachec - ' i n 10 days. "H can if we al really get out and work." he said." Brochures and pledge card, have been printed and othei orientation material will be dis tributed lo campaign volunteer workers on July 8. Gordon an nounced. The 523,000 goai represents the money the community musl raise m order to quality foi S73.000 of government f u n d s now on deposit in Fayetteville. Of the total $95.00b approxi mafely 570,000 will go to build the workshop: 57.500 for l a n e purchase and SIB,500 for tools and equipment. This is one of four FrceeloiT Shrines the Exchange Club o Fayelleville has placed in the city. The others are located a the senior and junior high schools here. The public is invited to attend the dedication and view the permanently mounted docu ments on individual wood-grain d plaques and protected jgainst deterioration by the newest methods of plastic lam ination, according to Doyle F, Morrison, secretary of the club Woman Jailed After Elkins Incident An Elkins woman was jailec briefly Friday night after a shooting incident on Pinnacle Star Route, Elkins. brought to light a previously issued war rant for her arrest CHI a misde meaner charge. The Washington County shcr ift's office was notified at aboul 5:30 p.m. Friday that the Faw celt and McClure families, near Elkins. were involved in shooting incident. Bob Fawcetl told deputies t h a t the Cliff McClure family had been harrassing them, and that he had shot at the tires on McClure's pickup truck, with a .30 caliber rifle. McClure said he had driven to the Fawcett driveway, look ing for missing dog, and tha Fawcett had shot his left front tire and the right door of the truck. Fawcett told deputies that _ warrant had been issued earlier for Mrs. Lorraine McClure after he had complained about her dumping trash on the Fawcel' property. Deputies checked on the charge, and arrested Mrs McClure for dumping trash on the premises of another, a mis demeanor. Mrs. McClure w a s [reed on $111.60 bond to appear Monday in Fayetteville Municipal Court. According to deputies* reports, the two families were ad vised to stay away from each other. ISH) B! N. CM /.?«. Art. TTn PnNiat-J di!!y tci S=.i!3T ticej! January 1, JBJJ 4. Ti a -.i sjiTtn g aad Cnrijtnui. C.8M Po*t£ It Faj-ertrrtlff, HEMBEX A3B0CUTED PRC9B The A:*o£2:M Pr«l !i Mt!l!ed «- elnsively \o tie HH fo: rejiobllci. tfcw rt tri iaca! n e w s pr^.te^ la th!» rnews^apsr u ireu n an AP t-n RATE* ESartlvt o:ttc«r 1. !*7» Per mootii 67 cs.iitt CJ». torn Is Wasaingtao. Bwtoa, Msa?«i On. irt, id«i ct, O^U.: » miBtl» ^_^_^_^___ 1 TEAS atr BQ* Oolrlde fttdrvt S nxnthi I mccttw 1 TXAJt 1109 9D.« Grace Keith. librarian Three Car Crash Blocks Traffic Mrs. Glenda Norton. 3fi. L Cenlerton, and Mrs. Ethel Nor ton, age unknown, were injuree Friday evening in a three-ve liicle accident on Hwy. 71 a Lowell that blocked traffic a a construction site for some time. Trooper Larry King said th Norton women were in a ca that had stopped behind anothe auto driven by Terry Jo Wac. son, 21, Gentry, as both car; waited on a flagman at th( highway construction site. Trooper King said a car dri ven by Albert Michael Gallow 31, of Rogers, failed to step pushing the Norton auto i n t o the Watson car. The Rogers and Lowell fire departments were called t wash off the nearly 20 gallon^ of gas that flowed from the Norton car. Mrs. Ethel Norton was said to have sustained a neck injury and is in satisfactory condition at the Rogers Hospital. Mrs Glenda Norton was not admit ted. UA Program Continued By Government Grant Approval of a 560,000 grant (o help continue a business ani job development program in Arkansas was announced t o d a j by William W. Blunt Jr.. assis tant secretary of commerce for economic development. The University of Arkansas applied for the grant from the Economic Development Ad Tiinistration of Deparlmen Commerce. The university center t oi works mt u n i t c-j .inv cenier worKs with local government leaden and with multi-county economic development districts in fie veloping growth programs. The UA, will provide S90 000 to complete the S150.000 total cost of continuing the program through June 30. 1975. Coble Stolen Southwestern Bell Telephone ompany in Springdale has re ported to the Washington County s h e r i f f s office the theft of a reel of cable. Harold V. Folk said a ree containing 496 feet of 24 gauge cable was taken Wednesday night from a truck parked a quarter oi a mile past Highwaj 66 B. and Highway 68. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H yon cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE Daily s to 6:30 p.m. Saturoay 3 to 8 p.m. busily I to 9:30 a.m. Obituary LOUIS K O K T K R Prairie Grove -- Louis Eu- Rene Koetke. 61), of West F o r k died Friday in a Springdalc hospital. Born July 2I, 1913 at Chicago, III., he was a member of the Lutheran Church and a retired employe of the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Lillian Schocnborn Koclkc of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Carol Jackson and Mrs. Cindy N o r m a n , both of Libertyville, III. and Mrs. Christine Partain of Little Rock and two grandsons. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. today at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Fayetteville f o l lowed by crenvilion under the direction of Luginbucl Funeral Home. UA Placement Office Says Job Offers Up Job offers to students registered with the University of Arkansas Central Placement Office increased 22 per cent this year, according Eo Lawrence G. Brown, director of the office. Offers this year totaled 53!, up from 564 'last year. These f i g u r e s represent only those of fcrs made tbroughl the Placement Office and do not include those made directly to individual students. The improvement in job offers at the University is in line with a trend which had been forecast by the College Placement Council. Brown said that the increase in recruiting for jobs should rise even more during the next academic year. Brown reported that 233 industrial firms and 23 governmental agencies hat' made 4.150 Red Cross To Offer Swimming (lasses The first session of the Wash- ngton County Summer Water Safety Program will start Mon- iay at the city park swimming pool according to the Red Cross Water Safety Chairman, Mrs. iJeverly Melton. T h r e e courses i n swimmer aide will be held in the first session. The course is for persons I I years-old or over and requires no s w i m m i n g ability. at 9-11:30 a.m. or ages 14 or over with valid junior or senior life saving, a junior life saving course for strong swimmers ages 11-14 and senior life saving for strong swimmers ages 15 or over will all he offered June 24-July 5. Childrens lessons will be of- ered from 6- 7p.m. June 24-July 5. and adult lessons will be the same date at 7-8 p.m. All interested persons can register for the courses by calling the Red Cross office at 442-4291 or register at the pool with t h e instuctor during the first class meeting. ntervicws. ;raduating A total of 643 seniors registered 'or interviews, Brown said, and the 681 offers were tendered to 331 of these students. The highest salary offered to a graduate with a bachelor's degree, Brown's report showed, was $1.125 a month, which want to a student in chemical engineering. The lowest single offer was $525 made lo ; humanities. month, and student the Feedlots Said To Be Necessary SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -A commercial feeder who fattens 20,000 steers a year says it is a delusion to talk about abol- shing the commercial feedlot and relying on grass-fattened beef. "If the people want grass-fat beef instead of feedlot beef, they will have to be satisfied with about one-fourth the beef they are accustomed to," said Dal'e Smith Jr. of Springfield. "It will be tough and stringy, and it will still be higher priced than grain-fed beef." Smith has feedlpts in Missouri, Iowa and Ohio. He made his comments in an interview which covered the crisis in the cattle industry because prices for live animals will not coyer the cost of buying and fattening them. "It takes a year lo 18 months from birth to slaughter for feedlot steer. But it takes four years to grass-fatten a steer. And then he's not really fat. "If a cowman has to fatten out his steers on grass he wil have to cut his herd to 25 per cent of what he now carries and this means the supply ni beef would be reduced accordingly." Mayor Survives NEW YORK CAP) -- Mayor Abraham D. Beame and two of his aides escaped injury in an emergency landing of a pontoon equipped police helicopter in New York harbor off Brooklyn. The chopper came down amid severe afternoon showers Friday after the pilot noticed it was losing power and "elected to make a precautionary lanel- Beame, Deputy Mayor Juelah Gribetz and a mayoral bodyguard, Detective George Tebeau. were flying from the Wall Street heliport to Kennedy Airport. The 68-year-old mayor, who reportedly has an aversion fo helicopters, finally made it to in a police radio the airport car. All three courses be held Tom 9-11:30 a.m. with the first one June 24-25, the second one June 26-27 and the third on July water safety aide course Area News Briefs iiiiinntiminiiniiiiM Jewelry Stolen An estimated $600 to $800 worth of jewelry was stolen from the Larry Nottingham home on Route 7, Hwy. 16 east of Fayetteville this past week. Mrs. Nottingham told Washington county deputies that the contents of her jewelry box were gone when she opened it Friday. Mrs Nottingham said the family had been out of town Sunday and Monday. The jewelry taken included several watches, rings and cuff links, along with Indian jewelry. Break-In Reported Apparently nothing was taken in a break-in discovered Friday morning at "The Fork" baii shop on Hwv. 68 near War Eagle, Route 2, Springdale. Mrs. Ben Byers told Washington County deputy sheriffs the tionr had been kicked in, but nothing was distributed inside the store. Scott To Compete The University of Arkansas chapter of Phi Beta Lambda has received $300 from the Arkansas Best Corporation to send Mike Scott of Walclron to the national conference in San Francisco this week. Scott is a senior business education major and will represent the state and the UA chapter in the national competition The contest will include a written test and a personal interview before a panel of judges. Four-Year-Old Girl Rescued Near Tracks A four-year-old girl was returned safely to her parents this morning after she was found wanelering on North Street near (he railroad tracks by Fayt-Ue- ville police officer C. B. Tune. Tune and nurses at the emergency room at Washington Regional Medical Center spent about an hour and a half trying to find out the child's identity, and finally got enough information to locate the g'irl's grandfather. The grandfather returned the girl to her home, where her parents were still sleeping. The youngster had apparently slipped out of the house and wan- by Another child in trouble; was rescued by Fayetteville police Friday evening when officer Forrest Lawson answered a call to 595 Fallin Ave., where a baby was locked in a car Officer Lawson unlocked t h e vehicle and found the baby in good condition. dered eight to ten blocks me lime she was spotted Officer Tune.-about 6 a m Petit Jury Venire For July Listed The petit jury venire for the July term ol Washington Circuit Court has been released by the Circuit Clerk's office. Fifty of the 200 persons whose names were drawn Thursday are to appear July 1 at 9 a.m. in Circuit Court for instruction. They are: Mike Mohney, Springdale; John Cole, Fayetteville; Joe D. Clay, Payetteville: Campbell. West Noland, Fayelte- E. Brooks, Fay- Charlie W. Fork; Steve ville; Walter etleville; Allyne Bottoms^ Prairie Grove; Gladys S. Bates, Lincoln; Kirby Ballenger, Fayetteville; R. M. Roelfs, Fayette- vilie; Lawrence Morton W e s t Fork; Freddie Brooks, Fayelte- ville; William E. Carter, B'ay- etteville; Annette Miller, Fayetteville; T o n y a Peoples, Springdale; Walter Fennell, Prairie Grove; Betty J. Surges, Tontitown. Ward Collins. Cane Hill; Don- ild Armstrong. Fayetteville; Jack Burge. Fayetteville; Virginia D. Shilling. Springdale; Anna Stonesifcr, Winslow; Charlotte E. Steele, Springdale; Sheila M. Canup, Springdale; Steven Nmvka, Fayetteville; Mauryne Dcmnabauer. Fayetteville; Robert D. Iladcn, Winslow; J, D. Barnes, Elm Springs; Sonnie Gabbard, Fayetteville; Eva Louise Payton, E 1 m Springs; Bruce McCoy, E 1 m Springs; Herbert W. Stephens, Fayetteville; Bob Toney, Elkins; Austin Fitzgerald. Fayetteville. Elizabeth Sturdivant, Springdale; Virginia Boggs, Fayetteville; George Cook. Fayetteville; Ernest Geurin, Fayetle- ville; Charles Ewing. Fayetteville; David H. Mitchell, Jr.. West Fork; Victor Kust. West Fork; Helene Forst; Palti Stiles. Fayetteville; R o b e r t M a l i s c h , Illinois township; Wayne Scoggins. Springdale; Clive Shepherd. Rend township; Leroy Shannon. Lincoln; Terry Buchanan. Cane Hill: Lance Tharel, Fayetteville; Ruth Van Deusen. West Fork. Team Formed To Combat Child Abuse In County A Child Protection Team, part of the county wide effort *o combat the problem of child abuse; has been f o r m e d at Washington Center. Regional Medical The purpose of the team is to hold consultations on cases of child abuse which are treated at the center to determine the problems and to recommenr appropriate follow-up care and treatment. Cases will be reviewed periodically after the child leaves the hospital lo assess family progress and cur rent situation. Dr. Wade Burnside is chair man of the team. Staff mem bers of the center also serving include Dr. Jack Edmisten, Dale Ducote. assistant adminis trator; Mrs. William Fink, director of nursing and Mrs. Ray Wages, director of social services. Other members are Mrs. Patrick McGetrick. Arkansas Social Services and Mrs Gary Nelms, of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN). Prototype for the local team is a committee which has been functioning at the University of Arkansas Medical Center in Little Rock for several years. Theft Reported SPRINGDALE -- About KO in change and a small amoun of soft drinks and candy were reported stolen from the Tad Saum Lumber Co., 410 E. Huntsville Ave., overnight. Police said a soft drink machine was entered and that some change was taken from a box in the building. Entry was gained by prying open a window. Prime Rate Upped NEW YORK (AP) --First National C i t y Bank and the Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. have raised their prime lending rates to 11 'A per cent, the level charged by most other leading commercial banks. Cockatoo Bir«fnap«| MIAMI (AP) -If you see a white and yellow cockatoo dancing, whistling.and impersonating an angel, call Cecelia Evans.' She's bffcring a $1.1)00 reward for the return of Pup shin, a cockatoo she says waj birnapcd. "I put him in MB cage to go to sleep and he said, 'I love you. Mommy, 1 and I said, 'I love you, loo.' And four hours later he was gone." Mrs. Evans said Friday. : She s a i d Pupshin danced, whistled and did tricks. "When I'd say, 'Make like an angel,' he'd spread his wings apart," she said. She said she acquired the bird about five years ago in Australia. "I've been so upset by all of this," she added. "It's like losing a member of the family." Market Declines The stock market drifted downward In a steady decline this week, with the Dow Jones average closing at 815.39 Friday, down 27.70 from the week prior. The Associated Press average dropped by 10.3 over the same period lo close a( 250.7 Friday. Analysts attributed the decline lo continued high interest rales which have prompted Investors to wait things out. (AP Wirephoto) Franklin National Claims Solvency After Heavy Losses By STEPHEN H. MILLER NEW YORK (AP) -- In ,'c'ars. Franklin National Bank grown from a little-known Lang Island operation to one of :he nation's biggest and most .roubled commercial banks. By week's end. it found itself with a former Treasury secretary at its head, an apparently growing rate of heavy with' irawals -- and a loss of more than S50 million on the books Tor this year. Still, the h a n k and federal of- re- by funds loaned by t h e , Federa Reserve. And while ficials indicated the bank mained solvent -- aided ·just what went wrong remained unclear, there were no signs t h a t whatever happened was part of a vastly wider picture in the banking industry. Franklin announced May 12 that unauthorized foreign cur rency transactions had been un covered and it was recalculating the first - quarter financial report which already showed il made only $79.000 in the period down from $3.1 million the year before. Several observers have contended that the foreign ex change problems came atop other woes resulting at least in part from loan policies em ployed as Franklin worked Inr a bigger share of the New York banking business. This week,"" Franklin an nounced the new figures: a los of $40.4 million for the firs quarter, largely from foreign exchange operations, and $19. nouncement -- including $11! million lost since then. The New York Clearing House, meanwhile, said foreigi and domeKtic depositors ha pulled a total of $900 million ou of the bank since its May 12 an million in the last week alone. Federal officials indicated however, that the effect of thi additional withdrawals hae been softened by the Federa Reserve assistance. "Nothing in our daily con tacts with the (federal) comp trailers office has suggestei any change in his view of the bank's solvency, nor in ou view is there any question as l the bank's solvency," said Har old V. Gleason, as he resignei as the bank's president and chairman. Gleason had been chairman since 1970 and had been servini president since May 13 when directors voted out Pau Luftig. Gleason said his succes sor would be Joseph Walker Barr, who served as Treasurj secretary in 1968-69. Gleason said the 'losses an fOU'RE IN THE RIGHT 'LACE AT THE MHT TIME! ou've saved the money you eed for that first car. Finally, le time is right, and so are you you're looking for that special ar in the Classified Ads. Want Ws have been the place to look or cars for years, and we're ure you can find the right car or you there too! f you want to save money, the aest deals in town are in the NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS 442-6242 Raids To Continue By The Associated Press Israel says its search foi peace in the Middle East wil not stop its strikes at Arab eer rorist groups that kill Israel citizens. P L A N N E D U S E REPOHT J ^ V E N U E S H A K I N G . ^ CAf EGOR1ES |,M 1 PUBLIC SAFETY 2 ENVHONMEHTAL psoi.-cno;; 3 rum: TRANSPGEUAItQN 5203,160 SOCIAL SERVICES rOfl AGECJ03 ?003 CAPilAUS) $iio_joo Si85,7?9 S 20,000 OPERATING/ MAINTENANCE (C) 3 FINANCIAL ADMW1SISATION Js 1,400 9 MULTIPURPOSE A GENERALGOVT. 10 EOUCAFION 11 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 HC-USirjG COV1- MUKITY DEVELOPMENT U ECONOMIC PEVcLQPMEHT 14 OTHER [Specify)^ Contingency s 50.770 37,055 5608,844 T H E G Q V E H . V . ' . U N T O F crrv ANTICIPATING A GENERAL HEVENUESHARING PAY- o en O CA FOflTHE FifTH ENTITLEMENT-PEfliOO.JULY 1. 1S7i TH.10UGHJIJf-JE30.197S. PLANS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR.THE PURPOSES SHOWN. /ACCOUNT NO. fl4 2 ?** -· r-rWEiTEVILLc CITV PO BOK F FflVETTtvILLE 7 : 2?ui I0) Th« n«» rnxSi tin* bon rtvtud th« · copy of tr»» r.port !v» bun piM*«f in » loc* n««p4pw oe ,,*,·"' urculiiion. 1 uv* TMoxd» docummio? ih» conunu of tta report *xi Itw^lftojun fof public «crut«Y « _FayetteviIle City Manager's O f f i c e Icl ASSUKANC£S|RfrtrinimicfollQ Inair. ttMSKnM, a tf» Tr.Moiy thM th. rejn-SKnmu- yen nd mt»r sututorr i«|uV«m««i ,u»d hi Pjo t jl ·,,·. jrltructMiu Kennptnying ovi, ,,,,,», ,,;,, ^ ca^fiM ·mtK --- n«« wi*. renKt f em , Z f O Don Grimes. Citv Manager 6-19-1974 f«m«lirrt!_r*«.prtnt ' ounced this past week were primarily caused by actions bich were taken without my nowlcdge and without my au- orizaticm." "In most cases, (hey were de- berately kept from my knowl- age," Gleason said. "Hower. the fact remains that as the chief executive officer hen they took place. There is old saying t h a t 'the buck ops at the top.' and t believe to be true." 9S7 OLDSMOB1LE Delia 88. While n 1 !;", black interior, very clean. 9,000 miles. Runji like new. S950 hone' xxx-xxxx. WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Som« ulKt Sunday ·· · day of worship. Ottor* prefer Friday of Saturday. Butthasolac* of worship knows no boundaries--temporal or spvtlal. Som» find their God In church. Others see him In · *prLng sunrise, or In a fresh-mown meadow at dusk. Children oft find peace in an evening prayer. Each seeks p«ac* In his own way. All place their truat Ml · Supreme Being and wonhtp as conscience dictates. Why not Join them? You, too, can find solace and guidance in prayer. Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOMI NEWCOMERS! H Hilt coupon to 1M m* ...'aw you're here. City . 1 Please Have the We*conM Wagon Hostess call on me. ( I I would like ID lubscrite te the N.W. Ark. TIME* ( I I already lUBxribe lo the TIMES. Pill out the coupon and null te TIMES. Box D, Fayetteville, Ark. PUBLIC NOTICE The Beard of Directors of the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas, has under consideration the adoption of the Southern Standard Housing Code, 1973 Edition, and certain amendments thereto. A copy of said Code and amendments are on file with the City Clerk and are open to public examination. Fayetteville, Arkansas SPECIAL JOINT MEETING between the Fayefleville Board of Directors Fayelleville Housing Authority Downtown Fayetteville Unlimited and the Department of Housing Urban Development will be held at the Central Fire Station on July 22, 1974 at 7:00 P.M. to discuss the possibility of preserving the OLD POST OFFICE for use as a City Hall (Because of the anticipated crowd, and in order to insure the most productive meeting, interested citizens are urgd to direct any questions regarding this matter to their City Directors before the meeting, or to put their questions in writing and submit them to the City Manager's Office by the meeting date.)

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