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Northwejf Arkanwj TIMES, Man., Sept. 30, 1?74 FAYETTKVILLI, ARKANSAS Vets Organizations Want Holiday Returned To Nov. 11 FAYETTEVILLE UNITED FUND OFFICERS I.. .will hear results oj land drive at 3 p.m. Tuesday. From left to right they are Larry V/orsham, v Co-Drive Chairman; Carl Collier, Drive Chairman; Don Taller, Loan Executive jrom First v national Bank; George Holland, Board President United Fund ; Report Meet Slated Oct. 1 ; The 1974 Fayetteville United Fund will hold a Campaign butions and Report meeting Tuesday, Oct. well as a 1 at 3 p.m. in the SWEPCO Electric Living Center at the ·intersection of Dickson St. and Hwy. 71. /Ruth Ann McCandless, executive secretary for the fund, said thai results of the Business Drive, held Sept. 19 to 26 in Fayetteville, will be announced at the report meeting She commented that the reached its goal of $13,500 and added that businessmen who .were absent on the days of collection may mail checks to the United Fund Office, Box 1053, Fayetteville. Business firms in the area with 100 per cent employe participation in the Business Drive will also be announced at the Tuesday meeting. . The University of Arkansas Drive, which commenced Sept. 26, will also be discussed. The goal for that drive is $17,500. Mrs. McCandless said that Don T u 1 le r. Loaned Executive from First National Bank, is available to employe and civic groups for the showing' of a 12 minute movie concerning the United Fund organization. Tuller may be reached at the United Fund office at 521-2220. ;, Mrs. McCandless invited all Fayelteville residents to the report meeting tomorrow. She said that the efforts of all citizens are needed in reaching this year's United Fund goal of 5149,460. Coon Claims To Offer Campaign Reform WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Veterans Day holiday is still caught in a pull between those who celebrate it and those who make money from it. Congress has several bills to change the date of the holiday celebration, but chances are viewed as slim for any revision tins year. Since 1971, Veterans Day has been one of four federal Monday holidays, giving workers a three-day weekend. It is celebrated on the fourth Monday in October, the 28th this year. Veterans' organizations are lobbying Congress to move the holiday back to Nov. 11, once Armistice Day, marking the end of World War I. It was renamed Veterans Day in 1954. For emphasis, organizations as the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion are saving their ceremonies and parades for Nov. 11 a'gain this year. That date, in fact, is the official state holiday in 42 states. "There will only be token celebrations on the 28th," said Legion spokesman Bob Cohen. "Nov. 11 is Veterans Day and always will be in the hearts and minds of millions of Americans," said Sen. Bob Dole, R Kan., a backer of legislation to switch .the holiday to Nov. 11. Senate hearings to change the date were held-.this year ari( SPRINGDALE -- Campaign I reform should include public disclosure of all political contri- expenditures as televised debate between contenders for major state offices. Republican candidate for governor, Ken Coon said today. Coon, a biologist from Conway, maintains that if he can raise enough money from what he termed his grassroots support, he will purchase television time and win the governorship in the November election. He is opposing Democratic candidate, David Pryor. In town today to attend two are a coffees and a noon press conference, Coon 'told the TIMES he felt a major issue in the campaign is the fact that Pryor declined Friday .to debate with Coon. Coon said a time had been Congress (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) Ford administration and an effort to reduce it further is expected. The vote is due Tues day. ?Also on the Senate agenda is the foreign aid authorization bill, but the administration strongly opposes a number of restrictive amendments . that Have been added- by the For- ejgn Relations Committee. proposed and television stations had agreed to carry the debate between the two gubernatorial hopefuls. But Pryor said he had a full schedule, Coon said, and refused. Coon noted that Pryor's behavior last week greatly differed from that of two years ago when Pryor unsuccessfully challenged Sen. John McClellan for the senate seat. At that time, Coon said, Pryor . asked McClellan to debate and McClellan accepted Coon felt a debate should be standard procedure between two candidates. He said it was unfortunate ;hat people tend to vote for :hose candidates whose names recognize, who have charisma, or who are affiliated with the major political party in the state. A televised debate would neu tralize some of these advanl ages, Coon said. He also criticized Pryor fo not folorwing Coon's practici during his campaign of dis NEW YORK STOCKS . ' . _ · : . . OUtMnt rrie*i Furnlihtd _y A. C, Edwardi Soli Jewelry Display Reported Stolen 1 A tray containing 16 w h i t e and yellow gold wedding rings was taken from a display case at Beeoe's Jewelers, 8 E. Center St., just before closing time Friday. No estimate of value has been placed on the rings. ;-Mrs. B o b - H a l l told Fayetteville police that the rings were in a display tray contained in the locked display case.. Mrs. Hall said that another ring was also taken from a work bench inside the store at the same time..: Store employes fold police that the theft occurred about five minutes before the 5 p.m closing time. Ark Best Corp g'/ Amer Tel Tel Ark La Gas .' Baldwin _ . Campbell Soup ;. 235 Central S W Chrysler · Del Monte 16? Dlllards Easco 8', A G Edwards 4 Emerson 22 Exxon 5 Ford 365 Frontier Air 4V Gen Growth ll 7 / Gen Mtrs 36! Gordon Jewelry Intl Harv 19 I-T-E Imperial ll : J C Penney 42! Levi Strauss 16 a Ling Temco 8 1 Marcor I5 1 Pan Am World Air 2V1 Phillips Petro 34 s ! Pizza Hut 1 Ralston 31 1 Safeway Sambo's m X. Earl AT(. Faj-eltetlUo, All, 77701 l»_WsheiJ dally and Sunday «*c*M Jan nary 1, July 4, Thanksgiving tod Second Clasj Postal* ;pal- at tfiyetteviUc, Ja' . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS : Tb« Afjociated Preii 19 entitled ex- cl-slvely to ttie use lor repabllca- tlon of all local news printed In Ihli newspaper ai well si. all AP MWJ dispakiies. SUBSCMFTTOy BATES October I, 1975 Bom« Delivery Per month by carrier --_i-- js.a Hctffl copy da LI? 10c. Sunday 25e E.8. Mill In Washington, Bnlon, Madjjon Couflr- tits. Ark,. Alair Co., Okla.: 8 month! _ raonUlE raty Boot Section JS.M 16.00 30.00 tt.M B month* 8 months 1 IZAB above ooooU«i: . moo 14.00 Ul, MAIT, SCKKROTIOM PAVABLK IN ADVANCE; Sears Scott Paper 10 Shakespeare 4" Sou Pac 25 Texaco 2! Tri State Mtrs « : Union Carbide 36' United Air 26' Victor 5- Wai Mart 14' Ark West Gas lIBi-ll Kearney Natl 4 1 /. Minute Man l%-2 Pioneer Foods 4^s-4 H K Porter 33'/j-3l Std Regis -JOW-H Tyson Foods 5 1 /s-5 Yellow Frt 18W- Averages Inds down 9. Trans down I. 1 Utils '· down . Volume 3.890,0 Commodity Opening Dec corn 3. Nov soybeans 8 Oct eggs 5. Feb pork bellies 69 Dec wheat · · · · 4 MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! It you cannot reach you TIMES carrier PHONE 4424Z42 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m, Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. ising all expenditures. "We're 'ering -campaign reform," ion delcared, "and voluntarily sclosing all expenditures. A cent poll showed 82 per cent Arkansans wanted to see this ine. IE I'm doing it and my ponnet is not, then that's an sue." Other campaign reforms that on advocates include limiting total amount of money a ndidate can spend in seeking certain political office, miting the amount of time that n be spent campaigning and stalling voting machines in ery county. Dole aides think a bill will at east be put on the chamber ca- endar. lu the hearings, the chief op- loncnt of a switch was a group ormed for just such an occasion:' The National Council for Monday Holidays. : The composed of associations representing major and charter airlines, bus and sightseeing companies, hotels, motels and the AFL-CIO restaurant, hotel and bartenders inion. "These people are involved in letting money on three-day holidays," said VFW spokesman T. H. (Tip) Marlow. "Monday holidays' are beneficial to industry," said Jim Gaf- tigan of the American Hotel and Motel Association. "It's hot in the best interest to switch back." Business could be flexible over designating another three- day weekend, Gaffigan said. "We're just trying to preserve the concept. Someone may want to move another holiday.' . There are bills to switch the federal Memorial Day back to May 30, instead of the current last Monday in May. Under the federal holiday law the other Monday holidays are George Washington's Birthday and Columbus Day. Labor Day was enacted under separate legislation; ..". :. : '-..- Coon disagrees with mendment 57 that would Obituary ·nnniniin the lift e current 10 per cent interest ite and allow the legislature to :t an'.interes ceiling. Agreeing that there is a roblem with the present usury w. Coon disagreed that t h e mendment would solve it. In- ead he suggested establish- ig a broad-based study com- lission that w o u l d public Coon noted that he supported mendment 56 to the'state con- hat the government. He also aid he would back the national qual Rights amendment if it 3mes again before the Arkan- titution, the amendment ould initiate reform in as legislature. Coon said he believes the .ajority of his support it com- i from west and N o r t h est Arkansas. He said he lans to spend time in this area p until the last two weeks efore the election. Coon will the last two weeks open o r last-minute speaking rrangements FINLEY STUFFLEDEAM Finley Harm Stuffledeam, 70, of Newtonia, Mo., died Sept. 23 at his home. Born Jan. 4, 1904 in Crosses, Ark., he was a retired carpenter and farmer. He was a member of the New- Granby Masonic Lodge. He had lived in Newtonia since 1949. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Lucille Laverman Stuf- fledeam of Newtonia; one d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Joyce Ann Dalton of Marysville, 111.; two sons, Charles Edward of Republic, Mo. and William Eugene of Highland, 111.; one brother, J. H. of Fort Worth, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Linda Fuller of Lawrence, Kan. and Mrs. Sadie Benson of East St. Louis, Mo.; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sept. 25 at the Newtonia Baptist Church w i t h , burial in ' t h e I.O.O.F. Cemetery at Newtonia. MRS. NORA BRADLEY Funeral services for Mrs. Nora Gate Bradley, a former resident of Fayetteville, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Alma United Methodist Church. News Briefs CLYDE O'LEARY Siloam Springs Clyde School Ransacked SPRINGDALE -- A 50 millimeter Konica camera w a s tolen during a burglary of Lee Elementary School Saturday fternoon. Police said three or our male teenagers were seen eaving the building between 2:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday. Entry was gained by breaking window with a rock and caching inside to open the win- ow that led to the teachers' ounge. Inside the building ioors were opened, drawers ansacked and the glass in the iffice window was broken. The pop machine was opened and holes punched in the bottle caps, police said. But the only torn found missing was a camera and carrying case aken from a teacher's desk. The camera was valued at $500. TV Shot Saturday SPRINGDALE -- A television set in the Flamingo motel was shot accidentally with a .45 caliber pistol Saturday night by a Hindsville man cleaning his gun. Gerald Joiner, David O'Leary, 85, of Kansas, Okla. died Sunday in a local hospital. He was born Sept. 21 1889, at Long Bottom, Ohio, the son of John W. and Lucinda Osborn O'Leary, and was a retired carpenter. He is survived by the widow Mrs. Florence O'Leary, of the home; two sons, Gene and Her man, both of Kansas, Okla.; daughter, Mrs. Wanda Finnel of Oklahoma City; a half-sister Mrs. Maudie Marcus, of Chi cago. 111., a half-brother, Ver non O'Leary of Olivehurst Calif.; five grandchildren ant two great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 p.m Tuesday in. the chapel of Was son Funeral Home with buria in Kansas Cemetery, Kansas Okla. MRS. CORA L. HALL Springdale -- Mrs. Cora Lee Hall, 71, of Springdale died Sun day in the local hospital. Born Sept. 5, 1903 at Osage, t h dau'ghter of John Franklin an' Martha Sisco Bell, she was Baptist. She is survived by one son Guy Mayes of Pea Ridge; on daughter, Mrs. Franklin Clar of Springdale; 10 grandchildre and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be a 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Sisc Funeral Chapel with burial the Phillips Cemetery. who who staying at the Flamingo Motel, told police he was cleaning and oiling his gun when it discharged, hitting the tv screen and tube. Damage was estimated at J400. Wheel Stolen James R. Williams of Arkadelphia told Fayetteville police that the right rear tire and wheel were taken from his car early Friday morning while the car was parked in the 500 block on Storer Avenue. Williams said the lug nuts were also taken from the right front wheel. Voter Registration SILOAM SPRINGS -- Voters who have not registered and plan to cast ballots in the November 5 General Election must register not later than October 15. according to Harrv M. Pratt, Benton County clerk and voter registrar. Have You Read The Letter On Page?! MRS. BOBBIE PIANALTO Turlock, Calif. -- Mrs. Bob bie Sue Pianalto, 45. a residen of Turlock, Calif., died Sunda in Merced, Calif., from injurie sustained in a car wrec Born April 12, 1929 in Mountai View, the daughter of S.R. an Margaret Brewer Bryant, sh was a Catholic. Survivors include the mi band, Vincent Paul of th home; one daughter, Nicoletl Gianna of the home; and on brother, Ruben Bryant Springdale. Funeral service will be hel Wednesday morning in Turlocl Calif., under the direction c Allen Mortuary. LEONA M. EDMONDS Rogers -- Mrs. Leona Myrt Edmonds, 67, of Rogers die Sunday in the local hospita Born July 30, 190? at Olne, Okla., the daughter of Georg and Eula Lenord Blair, she wa a retired realtor. She is survived by her hu band, Clyde Thomas Edmond of the h o m e ; six daughter Mrs. Betty Jean Talmidge an Mrs. Delores Rogers, both GET DOWN TO BRASS TACKS! Stop stuffing your closets an storage room with no-longe used things . . . dial 442-6242 place a low-cost TIMES Wa: Adi You'll sell those things an be able to get down to the bo torn of your closets againf OARAOB fiale: FYlday, October 4 a. 5:00, MM Rnmaitl Boulevard. clo_i! fall ilzis), nun/ baby Hems, [o mlEcellancnu*. Call 442-6242 and place yoi TIMES Classified Ad todayl maha, Neb., Mrs. , Helen arks of Hawaii, Mrs. Carol ane Horing of Junction C i t y , an., Mrs. Beverly Aiin Men- oza of Kansas'.' City, Mo. and rs. Judith B e h e r n e s of idland, Mich.; three brothers, air of La Puente, Calif., Dr. ill Blair of Lubbock, Tex. and ob Blair of Tulsa; 20 grand- nldren and 11 great-grand^ lildren. Fuperal services will be at p.m. Wednesday at the Burns uneral Home Chapel with urial in the Benton County Memorial Park Cemetery. ELMER N. HUNT Fullerton, Calif. -- Elmer N. lint, 50. of Fullerton, Calif., irmer resident df Fayetteville, led Sept. 25 at Newport Beach, alif. He was born June 20, 924,-at.StigIer, Okla.. and was veteran of World .War JJ; ember of the International perating Engineers, the Odd ellows Lodge of Fayetteville nd a Baptist. He is survived by the widow, flrs. Zella I. Hunt of the home; wo sons, Ronnie L. of Placen- a, Calif., and Elmer Lee of ullerton; two daughters. Miss ar Lou Hunt of the home and Ars. Rowena I. Hoferitza of .naheim, Calif.; two brothers, Ben and Charles Hunt, both of .rkansas and an adopted bro- her, Kenneth Christman, also f Arkansas; three sisters, Mrs luth Fallin of California; Mrs. luby Carpenter of Ohio" and VIrs. Billie Calvin of Arkansas; nd four grandchildren. Funeral service was held laturday at McAulay and Wai- ace Chapel with burial in Loma fista Memorial Park at Fuller,on. Noted Historian A. A. Seamster Dies Sunday Alvlri A. Seamster, 83, former mayor of Bentonville, noted Northwest Arkansas historian, and Bentonville attorney, died Sunday 'morning at a Bentonville Hospital. The son of Martin L. and Nancy Cole Seamster, early Northwest Arkansas pioneers, he was born March 1, 1891 at Baty. In his early years, he taught school at Gravette and moved to Bentonville in 1913. He served for 41 years as a rural mail carrier for Route 3, Bentonville. Mr. Seamster studied law under his brother, the late Judge Lee Seamster, former Chief Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, and the late Judge Mock of Bentonville. He was admitted to the Bar on Jan'. 17, 1927 and practiced law thereafter In Bentonville. He served as mayor of Bentonville for seven years and retired with ill health to Garfield. He was instrumental in establishing the Pea Ridge Military Park and the Civil War Museum at Garfield which he o p e r a t e d in later years. He was a member of the Pea Ridge National Park Battlefield Commission; the Benton and Washington County · historical societies; the National Geneo- logical Society; the Benton County and Arkansas State Bar Association; and was permanent chairman of the Arkansas State Historical Commission. He is listed in Who's Who in the South and Southwest, a legal society book, and served on the Bentonville and Garfield Quorum courts. He was also a member of the First Baptist Church of Garfield and the Bentonville Masonic Lodge. Survivors are his wife. Mrs. Ella Huls Seamster of the home; two sons, John W. (Bill) of Fort Smith and Alvin (Buddy), a teacher in Rogers; two daughters, Mrs Mary Scholze and Mrs. Alice Lee Riley, both of Rogers; two bro- Cuba (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) United States proclaims openly the right to intervene toy any means, regardless of how illicit, dirty or criminal, in the internal proceses of the nations of the hemisphere." Discussing Ford's appeal to the oil-exporting countries to lower their prices to avert worldwide economic chaos. Castro cited the "hundreds of billions of dollars" the United Slates has spent on its "w a r budget", and declared: "In these deplorable imperialistic policies are the roots of inflation, which emerged long before the oil price increases." Sirica Cycle Crash Injures Youth SPRINGDALE.-- A 19-year- d youth was injured Saturday ternoon in a cnr-motorcycls ccident when the motorcycle e was'ridihg on Sunset Avemia illided with the car ahead of m. Daniel L. Dovell of Fayette- lle was injured but did not cceive hospital treatment, olice reports said Dovell was Mowing a cur driven by clliae Usrey, 27, of Route 2 n Sunset Avenue. Both vehicles were westbound nd approaching the Hwy. 71 itersection when the Usrey cat- moved into the left turn lane · d Dovell's cycle collided with No citations were issued. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) rlichman; and two men who worked for Nixon's re-election committee, · former assistant Atty.' Gen. Robert C. Mardian and committee lawyer Kenneth W. Parkinson. All are charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice by attempting to keep investigators from learning who was re sponsible for the June 1972 Wa tergate break-in and who knew about it. Says blocked the road: and urged leftis (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE but vigilante brigades led by Communists into Lisbon sympthizers to prevent the ral ly. It was an open invitation ti violence, and Spinola cancelec the rally. "We don't want civil war be tween Portuguese," said Gon calves, the left-leaning premier In a weekend telecast explain ing why the rally could not b held. and Roy, - both of 11 grandchildren; thers, Jess Bentonville, and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church of Bentonville. Burial will be in the Bentonville Cemetery under direction of Burns Funeral Home of Bentonville. Springdale Reaches UF10 Per Cent Mark SPRINGDALE per cent of the About 1 city's $74,75 Community Service Awards To Be Given SILOAM SPRINGS -- Mayor Robert Henry and Mike Moss, president of the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce, will receive special community service awards at the meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Econom i c Development District (NAEDD) Thursday. The board of directors of NAEDD will meet in Harrison. Retiring members will also be recognized and receive service certificates according to Arthur Carter, vice chairman. goal in the United Fund driv has been - raised to date, ac cording to fund-drive chairmai Fire Chief Mickey Jackson. The campaign, which bega Sept. 9, has received so f; most of its contributions fror small businesses. ADVERTTSEMKNT -Now... Give Your FALSE TEETH More Biting Powe A denture adhesive can help FASTEETH* Powder does all o this: 1) Helps hold uppers and low era longer, firmer, steadier. 2) Hold them more comfortably. 3) Help you eat mote naturally. Why w orry Use FASTEETH Denture Adheaiv Powder. Dentures that (it ar essential to health. See your dentia regularly. Bicycles Stolen James Whillinore, 2075 S. chool Ave., told Eayetleville olice that three bicycles were tolen from his residence Fri- ay afternoon. The bikes are allied at $1-13. ; NO HAPPY HELLO... ... is ever quite equal to the warm welcome extended to newcomers by the Welcome Wagon Hostess, Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy of gifts and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWeOMERSl UM this coupon ttt let us know you're her*, Nam* -- Addreii Cily ( ) PIMM have th* Welcome Wagon Host*c» ciU on tn*. ( ) I would lik to tlibicrib* to the H..V. Ark. TIKU [ ) I llready lubtcrib* to th* TIMES. Fill out the coupon and mall M TIMES. Box D, F*y*tt»lll*. Ark. Wire Stolen Lester Puryear Hindsville, told Springdale Youth Center Is Burglarized SPRINGDALE -- Approximately $150 was taken from s e v e r a l coin - amusement Tiachines iri ; a burglary of the Springdale Youth. Center, the second such: break-in this month. P o l i c e said the latest jurglary, which o c c u r r e d oetween noon Sunday and 8 a.m. today, duplicated the Sept. 16 break-in. · . , '. · Entry was through the same window but in a different way. o f f i c e r s said. Instead of breaking the window on the south side of the building at Murphy Park as was done in the Sept. 16 burglary, the screen was removed from the window. The the putty was scraped from around the window pane and the window removed. Inside, four pintail machines, the Juke box, two fooseball tables and the cash register were r o b b e d . The same type machines were pried open in the Sept. 16 burglary, police said. No fingerprints or footprints were found. of Route 1, Washington county sheriff's office Sunday that someone had stolen four new rolls of barbed wire from a shed near his home. Puryear told deputies that the thief, had cut a lock on the shed to gain entry. He estimated the value of the wire at $27 per roll. Hems Stolen From Apartment Rhonda Hcigle of 612 Storer Ave. told Fayetteville police that several items were taken from her apartment early Saturday morning. T h e items include a stereo with AM and FM radio and tape player, two speakers, a small amount of change, a necklace and car keys. A neighbor told police t h a t she saw a young white male with long brown hair carrying two speakers out of the apartment at 12:10 a.m. Saturday. Two Wheels Stolen George Swopes of Route told Fayetteville police that two wheels and tires were taken from his van early Saturday morning while it was parked at the John Reed Co. on South School Avenue. . ' J W Stock Trailer Repair Now Open for Business in Prairie Grove · Replace floors · Repair electric brakes · Also have some used stock trailers for sale Jerry Webb Wayne Villines Phone 846-3616 or 846-2598 Open 24 hours. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA For Tuesday, October 1,1974 -- 7:30 p_m. PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS REZONING APPEAL | An appeal of a decision by the Planning Commission, concerning re zoning petition R-7414, for a 7.7-acre tract of land located on Giles Road; from Medium Density Residential to Thoroughfare C o m m e r c i a l Zoning District. DEVELOPMENT Approval of the Large Scale Development plan of Wal-Mart Properties for property located north of Highway 62 West, south of Old Farmington Road, and east of the 71 Bypass. ALLEY CLOSINGS In Parksdale Addition, east of Brooks Avenue, north of Walker Street, and south of Fifteenth Street. In Mitchells Addition, west of Gregg Street. NOMINATIONS A report from the Board N o m i n a t i n g Committea regarding v a c a n c i e s i n several City advisory groups. HYLAND PARK Approval of a final plat of a replat of Lots 17-20, Block 5. R-O-W ACQUISITION Authorization to . purchase property for a portion of the Fletcher Avenue extension to Huntsville Road. PURCHASING ITEMS Bid No. 264 for one %-ton crew cab pickup; Bid No. 2G8 for traffic striping paint and supplies. OTHER BUSINESS PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE MeL Jon DIRECTORSOF FUNERAL SERVICE Phona 521-5000 People Helping People To our way of thinking, thatSs what funeral service is all about and our reason for being. THE OOLDEN RULE

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