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Perkins, Oklahoma
June 7, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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June 7, 1973

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2 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 7, 1973 The Perkins Journal Harland Wells, Editor Published every Thursday by the Perkins Publishing Company, 133 S. Main - Post Office Box L, Perklns~ Oklahoma, 74059, Telephone 377-3599 or 547-2411 ltarland Wells, Edito~ and Publisher Larry Malone}') Managing Ed..~SUe Dodrill Bus. Manager Carl Henderson, Adv. Manager-Harry Dehls, Press Foreman Ruth Brown, Cir. Manager -Charles King, Pressman Burt Coate, Photographer -Alice Boyle, Typist Entered as 2nd class marl at the Post Office In Perkins, Oklahoma 74059. Call in your subscription, news, or classified ads today -547-2411 or 377-3599. For INCOME Water Revenue .....$2,409.80 Sewer ............. 876.25 Garbage .......... 554.50 Penalty ........... 40.21 Deposits ........... 45.00 Meter Installations ..... 75.00 Fines ............ 189.00 Dog Tags ........... 25.00 Miscellaneous ..... 2,386.24 Total Income $6,601.00 EXPENSES: Salaries ........ $2,44623 Police Car ...... 140.85 Truck Maintenance . . . 104.67 Office Expense ..... 257.57 Fire Department ..... none Water Supplies .... 901.08 Police Supplies ..... 37.36 Utility Bills ....... 498.92 Building Maintenance . none Miscellaneous ..... 462.12 Total Expenses $4,848.80 I From GUN CABINET HEADSET RADIO tractor, sports BINOCULARS KNIVES FISHING EQUIP. BOOTS STRAW' HATS WESTERN SHIRTS & SLACKS WATER COOLERS & CH ESTS "RACTOR BUGGY TOP & OTHER ACC ESSORIES TACK LAWN & GARDEN TOOLS HAND TOOLS POWE R TOOLS TOOL BOXES Delmar Grocery 16 and under Baseballers traveled to Still- water Tuesday evening and played the Hoke Lumber Com- pany team. Delmar lost the game 6 to 4 after a hard fought battle the first five in- nings. Doug Bradley pitched five innings, giving up only three hits and walking nine. Dean A1- sip came on in relief giving up no hits. The team goes to Newkirk this Saturday for a double header and back to Still- water next Tuesday for a game at 8:00 P.M. Consumers Need to Know Arc you upset about high })lict's? Most l)eol)h' art', but few stop to cons|tier that much of th(, hilzh cost of liv- ing can lit, charged to the govorllm(,nt and illcl'oasilltr tltxt's. No doubt you I)aid your tax('s I,y April 15. but il wasn't until May 2 that the aVCl'ag(' taXl)ayt'r started l)aY)nv himself somethin.v. In other words, tile (,(luivah, nt of y()tll" earllill~S fl'onl Nt, w Year's I)av to May 2 wcnl Io I)ay our total lax bills at all h'v(.'ls of ~()V~,l'llnlpll| AI)()ul :{(; ('t'nls Otlt of (,Vt'l*.V dollar ill IlatiOllil] ill('()nlt' is )low II.';Cd U) maintain aml build up l'llOl'O }ZO\'Ol'll nlc Ill. No. how al)otlt tax refornl ? ]+'ill