Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 7
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October 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Northwm Arkonwi TIMES, Wtd., Oct. 16, 1974 ' ' rAYITTIVILUC. ARKANSAS [iiiiiiiiiiiiiii»^^^ Jdww (/OM SdooU Chamber To Name Five Members To Directorships By HARRY VANDERGRIFF Superintendent The current inflationary spiral in the economy of our country has made the maintenance of the school buildings and grounds a~matter of constant concern to us. B e c a u s e of increased operating costs for gas for heating, .electricity, water, other utilities, and supplies, the amount of money left for buildings and grounds, maintenance has been squeezed to the breaking point. Consequently, at times the buildings do not receive the prompt repair needed and our grounds maintenance falls far short of our desires. The school maintenance staff, headed by Leo Ball, is made up of highly competent and effi- cient personnel, most of whom iave given many years of dedicated service to the district. The pride they show in doing their jobs is a credit to them. It is unfortunate \yhen econo mics are such that we do not have the resources to give them enough employes to do the work needed nor enough supplies and equipment to make the work load lighter. As new buildings a r c added with new equipment and landscaping problems we are faced with new demands for a part of the educational dollar.' While we cu not intentionally overlook the naeds in the maintenance area, ve do realize that the instructional program should have first priority. Therefore, we hope that the public will understand when the Ten members of the Fayel- teville Chamber of Commerce iave been nominated for positions on the Chamber's Board of Directors. Five of the 10 will be elected by a mail referendum of the Chamber membership to fill the positions of five retiring directors. Nominees for the positions are Bruce Armstrong, Al Eason, Lewis. George Gordon Holland, Tom Lontf, Clark school buildings or grounds are not quite as well kept as we would like. Our staff members are constantly striving 'to do better. McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E V4 Price thru Nov. 30 East Side of Square cCllnton, Ken Perkin, John awcr, Curtis Shipley and eorge Tharel. The five elected nominees will 1 vacancies created by the tiremcnt of Millard Goff, Bill Sj, Jim Mashburn, Murray e r r y - S h i p and Charles larlau. The mail referendum will be eld Oct. 21 and ballots will e tabulated on Nov. 1. The ew members will take office on.Nov, 11 for the election of officers. Carry-over directors are Bill: Breazeale, Garland Melton, Bill Underwood, Harry Vandergrlff, Fred Vorsanger, Hugh Brewer,' Jack Surge, Hugh Kinkaid,: George Shelton, Jack'Tuck and J. E. 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