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should now, and will be XX to move an hour bed Satur- said about the time. It is like it or ,wlth a and ,onto water samp are By Craig Fuqua results came in, the A harmless bacteria town's chlorine pumps was found in city water were turned on and by this weekend but you Monday afternoon the ci- don have to worry about ty's water was pronounc- ' boiling your water- the ed OK by the county problem's been taken care sanitarian with the State pletely harmless. "If it is present in your water sample it indicates there is a possibility that other bacteria may grow there," he said. of, said City Manager Department of Health. "If we did not have tl e _GerMd_HaU. 'LBacteria_and_chlorine . . Jaili v .to Coliform was cannot live her," then the State Depart- found in one sample. Hall ment of Health would on Friday aud in multiple He said coliform to samples on Saturday, records show. Right after the multiple sample water," he sskl. Since we do, and it's done, then .don worry, ~.. aavva show is a lot of features als0. who is the Ms. /ki80, Dlann ~UGG ~ .......... direct the Magnificent rice in since 1979 Music Makers; Richie when he started com- Blubaugh, Nicole Boa- muting to Tulsa Universi- tian, Kerry Bowling, ty's College of Law. This Cassie Burton, Kristy week, he's finally set a Duffle, Tara Harp, Jandate. contest, Hollenback, Matt Hren- Bowyer will be admit- .sChedule to tr. ted to the Oldahoma Bar enter the Travis Majors, Cheri Association on May 11 In fact, he took the est. For- McKinnis, Heather Mof-and he says he plans to evening division of law in- had an fat, Phillip Raines, Rachel start business the same struction at Tulsa for four day on Sharp, Caprecia Sloan,day. and a half years. Lately, Charles Ventris, Amber Bowyer was born in Jack Bowyer he's been a commercial We Williams and Stephanie Stillwater but has lived in homa State University contractor. miss the Wooden. Perkins almost all of his with a bachelor's degree and throughout his career he found the time to pick up a minor in psychology from Northwestern Oklahoma State Universi- ty as well as his degree in law. ass as means an increase in total sales of $103,038.50, or 22 percent. In other words, business is up. Other area cities also had remarkable increases in business, such as Coyle, up 17 percent; Drumright, with an im- pressive 49 percent; and Pawnee, 25 percent. Other area towns and cities did not fare so well. Collections were down in night. The Follies Five will life and attended Perkins in law enforcement. He's Bowyer will first set his Crescent, Langston, to r rform The mmun is schools, served as an MP in the ar- general practicioner's Luther and Tryon. YalePawnee tted, but composed of Tammy His background in law my, assistant chief of shingle outside the tax collections were up, dut ............. enforcement shows he s n-lice in Kiowa, Kan and bufldin where Dr Ew- due to a 1 percent in- Ferry ~ jonnson, llel~LI rzansen,' . _ . , r- . oo. " . ~, . . . . | Pleasure, and Julie been busy since ne as a police ozzzcer m ing's Clinic building zs crease m tax," but showecl Ryan graduated from Okla- Bartlesville. located on South Main. that total sales had ac- Ripley _ t ($8,025.52) Drumright $58,814.80 {$39,274.10) Glencoe $2,646.16 ($2,100.69) Guthrie $129,806.99 La ston Luther Morrison $3,633.39 {$3,129.24) Oilton $13,417.35 {$9,931.20) Orlando $ 383.44{$295.31 ) $35,005.55 {$18,656.81} $97,950.38 {$61,569.62} $2,013.59 Ann Miller, Perkins, nad applied for the job along with approximately 10 others, and was selected by the board as the best qualified. She was offered the job on a {$128,631.13} full-time basis at $1100 $1,668 65 " per-mon~n, "~?'.,W~"t'z-t~s'c"" ($2,548 84) 0 er '$6 616 22 secretary, and $2 0 p -7 460 35' month as city clerk, which ($' " } is what the job is designated to pay under' city ordinances. Mrs. Miller is presently employed at the Vo-Tech Department in Stillwater and wanted a day to discuss the proposal with her husband, who is a law (Continued on Page 2)