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March 29, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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2 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 29, 1973 I; MAN THAT CONCERNED ABOUT OUR CITY GOVERNMENT" (Paid Political Adv.) W SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! Turns on e dime, cuts in a complete circle. s329's REPLACEMENT For Most Mowers ROOT 5 H.P. ROTO TILLERS ASSEMBLEO for all of your & GARDEN > Dear Editor, The town (~f Perkins has al- most everything necessary to maintain an adequate lifestyle. There are schools, cafe's, gro- cery stores, hardware stores, a department store, a doctor, gas stations and garages, and a bank. For adult recreation, there is a domino parlor and pool tables in the local beer joints. The younger children can be intertained by the school play- ground equipment or in the municiple park. But what about the teens? The young adults? They are too young to be comfortable in the same place as the older folk who don't like the same kind of music or atmosphere. And they are too old for the swings m~d merry-go-rounds that Per- kins has to offer. Perkins needs a form of re- creation that is suitable for these in-between thing is needed that can at least during the school is not in session. swimming pool is a A swimming pool could the teens a place to meet mingle. Parties could be Swimming lessons could be yen. Life saving could be beneficial to all Why should the studentS: Perkins have to gc Cushing, or any other place entertainment. There is support around for a youth creation center, so why Get the wheels rolling something. It doesn't have to a pool. A theater, or a play ball or ping-pong. thing, but there is a need for teen recreation ities. Dan Perkins Notice To all Dog owners in the Town of PERKINS. All dogs in the Town of Per- kins must be vacinated against rabies between now and April 15. Our local veterinarian Dr. Doyle has informed me that he will not be at the City Hall to make vacinations for rabies. However any person owning a dog and wanting the vacination may take the dog to the vet- erinarian clinic located south of the Perkins sale barn on way 177 between the hoUrS 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. day thru Friday. Dog owners must buy the at the City Hall and pay City Tax, be sure to veterinarian receipt when apply for the city tag. All shots mU~ given by a David C. Published every Thursday by the Perkins Publishing Company Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 Box L. 377-3599--- 547-2411 133 S. Main Harland B. Wells--Co-Publisher Glynn W. McCauley--Co-Publisher Sandy McCauley-Managing Editor Glynn McCauley-Advertising Manager Burr Coate -Photography Harry Dehls -Mechanical Superintendent Alice Boyle-Typist Ruth Brown-Circulation Manager Entered as 2nd Class mail at the Post Office at Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 Call in your Subscription today 547-2411 or 377-3599 Town it j0lm Perkins has been am to be a citizen of P~YkhIsmen~linhev:9d50;ve~,asfl:):/tl 160 miles to work so that I could live in Perkins. have a wife and two children and hope to educate n,i children in Perkins, this is another reason that I a~j interested in the progress of Perkins. I have worked in the construction business for tea years, during this time I have been superintendent several large jobs, dealing with large amounts of ey and working 30 to 40 men. I have been able to with the men on these jobs and get a job finished. I that I can work with the rest of the council and the cit" izens of Perkins to help achieve what we the citizens ~" of Perkins want for our city. ~ There was an article in the Perkins Journal %~ week talking of our Police Department. I agree ~- we need an adequate police department; but as far ~- our crime rate in Perkins, I have lived here for 23 yearS' ,~ and have seen little crime. When one makes the state'* ~ ment that the older citizens of Perkins don't want Per~' kins to grow~ they should stop and think who made per* kins what it is today. The new citizens of Perkins evid~ ~ ently moved here because they liked the city of Perkip~ and we owe this to our older citizens. Lets work together young and old and try to keep hnproving Perkins as we have done in the past. C.L. (Bud) Redus ' Candidate for Town Council (PAID ADV.)