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The Perkinm Journal Thursday, May 24, 1984 -- PAGE $ tion will make a signifi- Johnson is a former state all refreshments will be cant contribution to its el- game ranger and is free along with hot doge, Thoughts and Things STATE fort. I look forward to , regarded as one of north drinks and chips," ER from The Journal Staff working cooperatively Oklahoma's most Johnson said. with them and with other knowledgeable field and The annual derby has members of the commiE- stream professionals, long been a favorite of forever looking at the sion during the interim. Among major prizes local youngsters and is a a visit throughmountains and claim to SENIOR CITIZEN I am always available slated for winners in each national trademark of the production be a real climber. NEWS to anyone who might division will be Zebco rods IWLA. by 60 second After spending part of By Mildred Cash have a question or corn- and reels. Baits, stringers A vre-re istration am more con- the past week in Tulsa, I The monthly birthday By Senator Shedrick ment regarding any The annual Fishing and other prizes will also coupon is published in to- than ever that Iam more aware of the dinner brought out a large des my calling to serenity the home front crowd as usual and we Early this year, the issues we may handle at Derby sponsored by the oe, ven, day's Journal. teacher. A per- offers. A town of somehad plenty of good food. Governor announced the the State Capitol. My ad- Izaak Walton League of Every entrant will be Youngsters who desire to Ls to be well 370,000 people, Tulsa Those seated at the formation of a dress is: Senator Bernice America, Inc., Stillwater a winner,"Johnsonsaid,register should complete of course, but moves at a pace that special table were: Vern 100-member commission Shedrick, Room 426, Sanborn Chapter, is "Each youngeter will take the coupon and deposit at ze to have a large quickens a normally slow Wells, Claude Cash, for the investigation of State Capitol, Oklahoma scheduled for Saturday, home a prize--,,a memento the Journal office for Fish of patience, heartbeat. It would beClaude Cowger, Annie ways to improve the City, OK 73105, or P.O. June 2 at the West of the Derby. Fowl editor or mail it There is no.registration to: IWLA, P O. Box 544, and dedication challenging to exist there Reeves, Mable Bickell, operation of governmentBox 843, Stillwater, OK Pavilion of Lake McMur- fee--the entire derby is Stillwater, OK 74076 Salon to be a real- for any time at all and not Letha Grimes and Margo in Oklahoma. The 74076. My telephone try, according to Max free, made possible by the One does not have to teacher. I havebe caught up in the "fast Hughes. members of the reform number in Oklahoma City Johnson Jr., derby chair- IWLA, City of Stillwater, vre-register to enter but it trly enough pa- A large group of ladies commission are is (405)524-0126, Exten- man. The time is 8-12 Zebco and some other vfllbeh-eh)fultosvonsors |arm ". to have three I would think most of quilted on Maybelle Oklahomans from across sion 572; in Stillwater, noon. - -- L and work full- those folks would be con- White's quilt and in a few the state with one goal(405) 743-4500. "We hope to have a nouncedlcal merchantsbefore the to derby, be an" man vt knOWwillsOmeattendidea of how Our business stantly scheming up a more days it should be before them--to look at -o- record turnout of .... the moment is any level of state govern- youngsters for this the largest fish in each any kind is required for mind boggling, way to get to the country finished. CUNDIFFS VISIT Prizes will be g ven for No fishing license of to relez and breathe There will be a potluckment they care to and toBROKEN ARROW event," Johnson said . . . Ire least. A tip of easier. Probably a lot of dinner on Wednesday, the make any recommend,a- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cun- recently. "With three divls.lonand the most fish this event. The age level to teachers, them don t have fishing 23rd. , tions to the Governor sdiff spent the weekend in division--primary, in-caught by an entrant mof 15 maximum is below dly elementary poles, let alone know The widow s luncheon office and to the Broken Arrow with their termediate and junior,each division, the city and state where to catch a catfish, is Thursday, June 7th. Legislature for reform. I daughter and family, Mr. with prizes for all divi- "And don't forget that requirement. , I am cutting this I think ai out Charlie Most everyone was heartily support this andMrs. JerryPinkertonsions, it should be a most ATTENTION ALL YOUNGSTERS but at the me- Brown and that sage of a glad for the nice rain we effort, and children, attractive event." ingsCan thinki shouldf beE dog Snoopy who feels had over the weekend. While those of us as While there, they at- Entry age levels will (Boys, Girls Ages 7-15) !hat I can't think everyone .hould be issued Everything looks so green legislators are always tended the spring dance run from 7-15 with ENTER THE FISHING DERBY else to put in a banjo at birth. And, I'm and pretty, striving to find ways to concert presented by the primary, division for ages SCHEDULED, SAT. June 2, 8 to Noon convinced, everyone-- Don t forget our lunch become more efficient in Broken Arrow Academy 7, 8, and 9; intermediate AT WEST PAVILION, LAKE McMURTRY For instance, including the city dweller, at the center on Monday, our work, state govern-of Dance. It was held in division for ages 10, 11, PRIZES, PICNIC FOOD, DRINKS a special section should be issued a fishing May 28th. We will be ser- meat is certainly no the Chapman Music Halland 12; and junior divi- Sponsored by IWLA, Zebco, City of Stillwater afore that should pole. _ Ping from 11 A.M. until 2 perfect organization. Performing Arts Centersion for ages 13, 14, and (Must be accompanied by aduitl _; finished by now They are biting. Get a P.M. If you have no other Many areas could in downtown Tulsa. 15. it is still big one. Janet plans, come eat with us. possibly be improved or Their granddaughter, Johnson emphasized Name........ Age__~___ ... -- Monday night music made more efficient. Jeremy Pinkerton, was that each youngster or anJce day. Inflation has struck drew nearly a hundred What was cost effectiveone of the students, group of youngsters must Address ; I =treet or m*llinl( tow~ --Yvonne hard at the travel in- people and they were five years ago in some -o- be accompanied by an .... entertained withespecial- areas no longer remains adult. This is a must. Mail, to: IWLA,, ,Bx 544, Stillwater,,,, ,,,, OK 7~076 dustry. Whereas, at one hasalways time not too many years ly goodmusic. Hostesses the same, 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU -- HWY. 18 NORTH & HWY 33 EA, mountain ago, a family of our could were: Jessie Taylor and A case in point was the from the plain motor across the country, Reta Burton. anouncement this past up close. I stay in a nice motel, eat The birthday song wasweek by the Senate are points good meals at moderate sung to Margo Hughes, leadership to fund the O an agile moun- rates, all for around $100 Letha Grimes, Claude proposals of the Price the of a day, the figure is now Cash, Vern Wells, Claude Waterhouse Report regar- like the climbing close to $200 per Cowger, Jack Gearhart, ding a centralized system at the day. Travel trailers would Jane Baker and Beverly of computer accounting one more appear to be on the in- Hasten. for all state agencies. Order to plan a crease but they are sky We were very sorry to Senate Appropriations ore expedient high. A local man has one' hear that Erma Miller of Chairman Rodger Randle described the installation for sale, a seven-year-old StiUwater is going back to a lesson here, model for $9800. Oklahoma City for of the Oklahoma Finan- cannot stand --Land surgery on her ear. We cial Information System wish her the very best and as a major reform and hope she will be able to said it will represent a Bookstore Waterbed come back to the center long-term cost savings "4 dOOr, V6, au%O OD, $219.00 soon. move. O lL' ..... Mrs. Beulah Cowger fellIt will move the state's L Bean Bags - $24.95 a few days ago and broke accounting and informa- her shoulder. We hope she tion systems "from the Win the Beef will be able to return to 19th century to the 21st drawing June 2 the center before too long. century," he said. Budget Bible study is held Director J.I.M. Caldwell 5,000 Green Stamps every Tuesday morning said it was "the most With Sale Over $500.00 at 9:30 with Hey. Charlie significant reform effort Thompson as teacher, ever undertaken in the Waterbed Room Everyone is welcome. State of Oklahoma." This Hope well see you at recommendation, along N. Boomer, Stillwater the center for Memorial with others forthcoming 372-0900 Day lunch, from those of us as legislators who will work Dome Heritage T-Bird with Don Mark conversion. ONE OF A KINU! VS, auto OD, power, air, cruise, tilt, during the interim on this AM/FM cassette, keyless entry, interior and exterior luxury group Even talks! 8,000 miles, still war- matter will complement ranteed. List $16,253 .................................................... NOW $12,950 the works of the citizens SPECIAL I NEW STOCK commission. NEW 1984 Ford Customized The Governor set no FACTORY CARS limits on what the Van, loaded with everything! List[ members of the reform 470 ........NOW $16,9501 19eS F100 Flareside, 117, WB, V8, auto, power, air & more! Tu-tone $8950 commission may look at USED TRUX ,.3 L,ooo,o co.,,...,=.. oor. ,u- when the group was im- 1983 Ranger R100 XLT Diesel, 114" tone, loaded with everything, low miles! paneled. They will fund WB, tu-tone, lots of extras! Low miles List 1980 E150 Club Wagon with List new $26.000 ....... Newt16,350 1983 Lincoln Continental, 4 door, load- and staff themselves, newt10,540 ............ Newt8200 customized interior, low miles, ed! See this one! List new $25,000 ..... although space will be 1981 Ford F3501 Ton, with welding bed made available to them & boxes Clean & ready to work! one owner, extra cleant ..................... Newt15,950 ONLY ...................... $7800 ONLY .............. $11,950 1983 LTD, 4 door. V6, auto, OD, power, and assistance of various 1981 Ford F250 Ranger, V8. auto,, air. cruise, tilt, AMIFM cassette, power Information about your changing telephone service from state agencies' staff and power, air, tu-tone, nice one! .... $67501975 Dodge B100 Van, 109" WE], fully windows, dock, cloth ...... ~ $6950 Rhonda Johnson. M.nager that of the Governor's of- 1980 Chevy C10, auto, power, a,r, with convened, auto, power, a,r, capta,ns USED CARS rice will be utilized, camper shell, low miles, one owner, chairs, so~a bed and more! Low 1982 LTD, V8, auto., power, air, cruise, One area a portion of clean! ONLY ................. $5450 miles! . $3950tilt, one owner & nice! ONLY ..... $6S00 uick Tips contact another company for help. the commission will be 1980 Chew C20, auto, power, air, one .................. 1981 Ford Escort GL, 4 speed, stereo, owner .................... $4950 real gas saver! One owner. ONLY $3650 As of January l, 1984, the phones looking into, and an area 1980 F250 =4 Ton, V8. auto., power, air. Repair you used to lease from Southwesternof vital interest to me and 1981 Falrmont Station Wagon, auto., breakup of* the Bell Bell Telephone are now leased by See th,s one! ................. $5500 power, air, cruise, tilt, AM/FM, rea~ nice, way you get your AT&T Information Systems. And many others, will be 1979 Ford F350 1 Ton Winch Truck, ex- one owner! ONLY ............. $5995 repaired has changed, this means AT&T Information education--common, traclean, ready to go! ONLY ..... $6.5{)@ 1980 T-Bird, 2 door, loaded & sharp! Bell Telephone no Sysu, ms is responsible for repairing higher and vocational- 1979 F150. 460 V8. auto. power ONLY ...................... $5800 leases or repairs leased phones. If you have problems technical. Chairing the alr ......................... $440( 1980 Triumph TR7 Roadster, deluxe in- 1978 Ford Courier, one owner, 46,00# terior, air, 2 tops, immaculate throughout. sets, We repair only prob- with a lease, d phone, call AT~T In-education investigation actual miles! ONLY $3500 1981 E150 Econoline Van, V8, 32,000 miles, tonto cover, top quality telephone line or formation Systems for help. subcommittee will be ............ companies are han- " If you own your phone, check former State Senator Jim BARGAIN CORNER auto., power, air, tilt, cruise, sound system. Last o! the true sports set repairs now. your warranty or call the manufac- Hamilton of LeFlore 1974Elite, 2door, runsgood! ..... $7so 23,000 actual miles, one cars! ....................... $5750 a problem with your h~er for information on how to get County. I will be working 1972 Pinto, 2 door Runabout ..... $550 owner .......... ,,,NLY 7950 speed,1978 Mustang,power, a4r,2ONLydOOr' hatchback,, $35004 MEt ] ...... to check it out your phone repaired. Since you own with Senator Hamilton tEASE Nr@ It USU) , za T-Bird, auto., power, air, need to determine your phone, you are responsible for closely in trying to pro- [ NOW . problem is in the phone the cost of having it repaired if it's duce some meaningful Now Ranger XL with V6, auto, power, air rOIlS & Motor Homes ...................... so know which out of warrantv, recommendations to pre- more! " $156.S6 per me ......NOW IN STOCK! J for help. Public Talks sent to the full commiE- months, plus tax, title & license - know where the As you know we use this column .sion and, ultimately, to INew Escort GL, 4 door sedan or4 door USED 4 x 4 s simple, to keep you abreast of what's going the Governor and the on 1981 Chew 1 ton Cab and Chassis, 4 to see if other phones on with the company. However this Legislature. I have $184.82 per mo wheel drive, 454-V8, a speed, new are working. If you is not the only way we can let you always been of the opi- months, plus tax, t,tie & license engine, front end, tires & paint! your home--so your know what's going on with your nion we cannot mount too Bronco II 4x4, V6, air, power. ONLY ...................... $7950 Volkswagen Powered into thewali--and you telephone service, great an effort when it privacy glass&more 1980 Ford F150 4x4, tu-tone, 4 Dunebuggy with high perfor- speed .................... .. $6750 )hone, borrow a If you belong to a civic club orcomes to providing proper $212.14 per me 1979 International Scout II 4x4, V8, mance cam and engine, A real and plug it in your organization, I'd be more than educational opportunities months, plus tax, title & license auto, power, a~r, real cleanf ONLY $5800 screamer ............. $1250 ~hone works, the happy to visit with your group at in Oklahoma. " ' " '"" ' ' "' ""' .... , , in your line--andone of your meetings. Once there, I Members of the call Southwestern Bell can explain the many changes in 100-member reform corn- repair bureau for help. your telephone service and answer is listed in the your questions first hand. mission from Payne section of your So, if your group would like to County are: Robert r. learn more about telecommunlca- Gregory, Robert Kamm, is in your telephone tions, give me a call..and let's Walter Price, Tom No. I tot, Hwy. 18Norlk - Cvshing - 9181225-2131, 405/372-1442 it free of charge, talk face-to-face. Reyburn and Robert Free in Oiddmme.lOO/722.5902 Southwestern Bell Walton. I was pleasedto II[( P CoIveliemcel No. 2 tot, llwy. Ea=t ervice call is made, and Rhonda Johnson, Manager have the opportunity to turns out to be in yourSouthwestern Bell Telephone recommend these citizens SO'lIB I l 11B llt HOtl you will be charged for 519 S. Husband to the Governor for selec- NhNl.- rJ. 8 ll.m.-| p.m. Southwestern Stillwater, OK 74074 tion on this commission. ~. | ll.gi.-4 p.IB. sell, lease or377-4944 (call collect) It is my belief our Senate CALL FOttLA:~ APPOINTMENTSI Try tli Now... You'll so if the problem District is well Like Our Service I set, you should Southwestern Bell Telephone represented on the panel and I'm sure our delega- | "A H --nox ....... Z -- J %