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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, June 14, 2001-7 "from page 1 from $2,(X)0 to $5,000. Increases 401(k) and other (2009), $1,000 tax-deferred contribution limits ndablein from $10,500 to $15,000. Deletes tax-free IRA with- Tax Repeal drawals for charitable purposes. the death tax "Catch-up" contributions for people age 50 and above the uni- Provides over 50 other im- million (2002-provements. million (2004-Education Incentives (2006-2008), Increases education savings (2009). accounts (ESAs) from $500 to the availability of $2,000 and expands to K-12 tax exclu- public and private education. an ease- Above-the-line deduction for qualified higher education ex- and Retirement penses. Allows tax-free distributions IRA contributions from Qualified Tuition Plans wants me the very best care, knows I still need Living Center offers the best of both ! cater to adults who still enjoy an independent 'active lifestyle, but may need ' basis or from time to lime. mdence wh e permitting t in a manner that meets the residents as Physical needs. "An Affordable Alternative" Apartments Feature: & two bedr xgnl designs 1006 sq. ft. apmlments design priwlte baths ty and laundry activities signals in bedroom to month rent . building mid grounds to town and permits private institutions Obit,,i where Chester worked for the wife, mother and lifelong Chris- to offer such plans, uar es first 10 years of their marriage, tian. She lived her religion ev- Makes permanent employer- They settled in Duncan, Okla- cry day of her life with unques- provided educational assistance Nova Lee Stone Rains homa, for 12 years beginning tioned faith and was loved and exclusion and extends the ben- Nova Lee Stone was born 1944 with Chester continuing to respected by all that knew her. efit of the exclusion to graduate southwest of Stillwater on July work in the oilfield. In 1956 they As was said of her grandmother, level courses. 19, 1915, and departed this life returned to their Payne County Lottie Aaron when she died in Adoption Tax Credit (Simi- on June 12, 2001, age 85 years, farm northwest of Stillwater. For 1892 and her mother in 1955: far to H.R. 622) 10 months and 24 days. She was more than 40 years, Nova was "Our loss is Heaven's gain". Increases the credit tothe daughter and second of three known for her great noontime $10,000 for special needs (cur- children of Dave and Renameals that were prepared for GertrudeJ. "Trudy"Dilliner rently $6,000) and non-special Stone. She grew up in the Lost large numbers of hay-haulers Gertrude J. "Trudy" Dilliner, needs children (currentlyCreek Community with her be- and other Rains farm helpers, age 96, of Portland, Oregon $5,000). loved brothers Max and Robert, Many said they worked more for passed away Tuesday, June 5 in Alternative Minimum Tax attended Salem ElementaryNova's cooking than for the pay. that city. Relief School and graduated fromVisitation will be in the Strode Trudy was born May 28, 1905 Temporary increase in ex- Perkins High School in 1933. Hospitality Room located at 7th in Ripley, Oklahoma. She eruption amount by $2,000 for Her family faithfully supported and Duck Streets in Stillwater, worked as a power machine op- single individuals and $4,000 the Lost Creek Church with her Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. erator for a clothing manufac- for couples, mother playing the piano, her Services will be held Friday, turer and was a member of the father leading the singing and June 15 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lost Central Christian Church. She where she was saved at nine Creek United Methodist was active in Loaves and Fishes. years of age. Her great-grand- Church, 8002 South Washing- She lived in the Portland area i parents, Levi and Rebeccaton, which is located 6 miles since 1942 and was the wife of Wyatt, were charter members of south and 1 mile west of TeddieBlackmoreDilliner, who the church when it was founded Stillwater. Interment will be at preceeded her in death in 1960. in 1907. Elm Grove Cemetery with pall- Her sister, Sylvia Ann Squires, Nova married Chester Rains bearers to be her grandsons. In also preceeded her in death in on December 25, 1934, and to lieu of flowers, the family re- 1980. this union 4 children were born- quests donations be made in her She is survived by two daugh- Carol, David, Robert and Ri- name to the American Cancer ters, Wanda E. "Pat" Rowe of chard, all of whom survive, as Society or other charity of Portland, Or. and Barbara Auker does Chester plus 10grandchil- choice. Services are under the of Milwaukie, Or.; six grand- dren, 5 great-grandchildren, direction of Strode's Funeral children, 9 great-grandchildren son-in-law Guinn Garrett,Home, 610 South Duncan, and2great-great-grandchildren. David's wife Donna and Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074. Trudy occasionally wrote ar- Richard's wife Patsy. Nova was a charter member of ticles for the Perkins Journal. Chester and Nova traveledthe Bible Missionary Churches The funeral was held at Cen- around the oilfields of Okla- in Duncan and Stillwater where tral Christian Church in Portland homa, Texas and Colorado she remained a member. Sheand interment was in Skyline was a hard-working; dedicated Memorial Gardens. Health Care Services: - Bathing assistance Wake-up/tuck-in rvices - Personalized assistance - Suing ,,.wices i - Assistance with specific medical needs such as skin care, toileting and , i coordination of physical therapy and other,services + Personal care Medication aSSLSt* e * Health care Fo xl tray '-rvice Continued from page 4 homa University Tulsa Medi- cal College from 1990 to the present. He holds Board Certi- fication in the specialties of In- ternal Medicine, Internal Medi- cine Pulmonary Disease and In- ternal Medicine Critical Care Medicine. He holds member- ship in the American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, American College of Chest Physicians and Ameri- can Thoracic Society. "I am happy to be able to offer additional medical service ,. Companionship isa key word at Golden Oaks. Our residentsto the Cushing community," Lost Creek den Chapel nave an opportunity to make new friendships and renew old said Dr. Smith. "I'm looking forward to beginning my out--build houses in Mexico And with the beautifully decorated lounge areas, the stylish reach clinic and getting ac- nin. g room..and their own (30zyapartrnen , residents are never quainted with staff and people On Memorial Day weekend, while many were relaxing and en- aioss for a lovely place to entertain their , in the community.' joying the first days of summer, twenty seven people from Lost all Jami@ ,at {405)-377-1J;14 or come today to see now Dr. Smith resides in rural Creek and Eden Chapel United Methodist churches headed south Sapulpa where he has room to of the border to volunteer their week working in the hot Mexican call part of the Oaks fairy, ......... indulge in his unusual hobby of sun. After traveling two days, they arrived at St. Mark s United Village of Stillwater restoring antiquated bulldozers. He is in private practice at Pul- monary Medicine Associates, Inc., Tulsa. Dr. Smith is now accepting patient appointments, which are available by calling the CRH Specialty Clinic at 918/225- 2741. [] At Stillwater Medical Center, our staff is dedicated to insuring each patient's visit is as comfortable and convenient as possible. And our doctors and nurses are constantly striving to provide you with the most compassionate service available. That's why we've been the recipient of prestigious recognition from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, and the Oklahoma Quality Award - reaffirming our dedication to excellence. Legal Notice Stillwater 1323 W. Sixth Ave., Sfillwater, OK 74074 405.372.1480 www.stillwater-medical.org Methodist Church in McAllen, Texas. Work began Monday morn- ing in Rio Bravo, Mexico. The goal was to build two houses for needy families. The group was divided into two teams, each team building one house. Ages of those working ranged from the young- est-six years old-to the oldest member of the group-age 70+.. Work began each day well before sunup with a hearty breakfast served and prepared by team members in the church's kitchen. The team then boarded an old, well used school bus for the hour- long journey across the border to the work site. The houses were single room structures constructed of concrete block. They were topped with a tin roof, and doors and windows were added. The families for whom the houses were built were selected by DIF (the Mexican version of DHS). They are required to own the land on which the house is built and to pour the founda- tion themselves. That was quite a task, considering the concrete had to be mixed by hand and carried in buckets or by wheelbarrow A$11OOIATED .CLEANING CARPET, UPHOLSTERY, DRAPES TILE FLOORS WATER DAMAGE .RESTORATION DAVID REED IICRC Certified Master Cleaner 121 West Broadway Cushing 918-225-6222 to the foundation pad. Each work team was supplied with a 'maestro,' a Mexican who worked alongside each team, giving guidance and help as needed. Everyone got their chance to try their hand at mix- ing mud and laying the blocks. Work began each day very early each morning, and ended by mid-afternoon, when the tem- perature climbed over 100 de- grees. The children of team members enjoyed playing with the chil- dren of the neighborhood, mak- See Mission - page 10 APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY APPROPRIATIONS 68OS 1991 3020 WHEREAS, lhenml~lof~eBolldof~lu