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August 15, 1985     The Perkins Journal
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of Former Editor Dies for Cassie Tan- longtime Cushing and mother of Bruce 1985 of the Davis Funeral at the age August 9, 1985 in an nursing home. John Deller, minister of she was a longtime Interment was Fairlawn Cemetery direction of Davis of Eugene and she was born Nov. Scott City, Kan. child she moved with to what was called the Dairy, located south and said to he the first area. in the Cushing area tad as an adult was ac- church and Sunday in life she was active work and was a the Cushing Pioneer ' and four sisters preced- r ,, PUBLIC NO'YIFICATION OF FmHA'i FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT F-~VIRONMENTAL IMPACT The Farmers Home Administra- tion (FmHA) has received an ap- plication for financial assistance from East Star, Ltd., A Limited Partnership. The specific element of this proposed action is the con- struction of a 32 unit apartment project. This project will be located on an approximately 3 acre tract on Wilson Street in Perkins, Payne County, Oklahoma. FmHA has assessed the potential environmental impacts of this prc posed action and has determined that it will not significantly affect the quality of the human environ- ment. Therefore, FmHA will not prepare an environmental impact statement for this proposed action. Any written comments regarding this determination should be pro- vided within fifteen (15) days of this publication to Dale L. Folger, Ac- ting State Director, USDA Agriculture Center Building, Stillwater, OK 74074. FmHA will make no further decision regarding this proposed action during this fifteen-day period. Requests to review the FmHA environmental assessment upon which this dete~ mination is based or to receive a copy of it should be directed to the FmHA District Office, 800 East Sixth Street, Stillwater, OK 74074. Published 8-15 and 8-22-1985 her son, Bruce of she is survived by a Jean Yochum of four grandchildren The first known sewing needles were made of bone and they are over 30 thousand years old. New Movies 5.00 2.50 5.00 Every Week Mon. thru Sat. 10 to 8 p.m. Sunday 12 to 6 pJm. Perkins 101 S. Main PoHcy on School Meals Perkins-Tryon Public Schools today announced its policy for free and reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program. Local school officials have adopted the following family size income criteria for deter- mining eligibility: Children from families whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or reduced price meals. Application forms are being sent to all homes along with l/litter to parents or guardians. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school The information provided on the application is confidential and will be used only for the purpese of determining eligibility. Applications may be submitted at any time dur~ ink the year. In certain cases foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a family has foster children living with them and wishes to apply for such meals for them, they should con- tact the school Under the provisions of the policy, respective building principals will review applica- tions and determine ellg~ility. If a parent is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official, he may wish to discuss the decision with the determining official on an informal basis. If he wishes to make a formal appeal, he may make a request either orally or in writing to: Dr. Darrell Gwartney, Asst. Supt.; P,O. Box 549; Perkins, OK 74059; 405-547-2172; for a hearing to appeal the decision. The policy contains an outline of the hearing procedure. If a family member becomes unemployed or if family income or size changes, the family should contact the school to file a new application. Such changes may make the children of the family eligible for free or reduced price meals, if the family income falls at or below the levels shown. In the operation of Child Nutrition Programs, no child will be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, national origin, age. or handicap. If any member of a household believes they have been discriminated against, they should write immediately to the State Department of Education, School Lunch Division, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. Each school and the Suporintertdent's Office has a copy of the complete policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. ELIGIBILITY SCALE FOR FREE MEALS HOUS LD SIZE INCOME Yearly bnthly Weekly 1 $ 6,825 $ 569 $ 132 2 9,16S 764 177 3 Ii ,505 959 222 4 13,845 1,154 267 5 16,185 1,349 312 6 18,525 1,544 357 7 20,865 1,739 402 8 23,20S 1,934 447 For each additional family member, add $2,340 to the yearly income level. ELIGIBILITY SCALE FOR REDUCED PRICE HOUSEHOLD SIZE INCOME Yearly Monthly Weekly 1 $ 9,713 $ 810 $ 187 2 13,043 1,087 251 3 16,373- 1,365 315 4 19,703 1,642 379 5 23,033 1,920 443 6 26,363 2,197 507 7 29,693 2,475 572 8 33,023 2,752 636 For each additional family member, add $3,330 to the yearly income level. The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 15, 1985 .... PAGE 7 HANGING PARTY FOR CITY COUNCIL PUT OFF MORRIS - The city council voted to approve a contract to build a new $133,082 city hall even though they did not know {or sure where the town would come up with their $50,000 share. One councilman said if they didn't approve the con- struction, "there's going to be a hanging party for all seven of us. People are fed up." It was thought the town's $50,000 matching funds would come from a loan, or from DECA funds that had been reserved t(, induce a grocery store to build a market in Morris, after loss of business distric and city facilities ,, a torna a year ago May. "O" FAMILY APPLIANCE SERVICE Quality at Affordable Rates Days--Evenings Weekends 547-2942 Perkins People DO read the ads, don't they? {This is a 2 col x 3 inch ad: Cost only $14.70) Phone 547-2411 to put your advertising message in The Journal. THE BRIDE PG-13 Nightly 7.~0 & 9:.20 Sat & Sun - 2:15 & 4:30 REG. $2.99 I I Illl 24 HOURS Phone 547-5183 Come To "Your Hometown Lumber Dealer" . Sentry Hardware Dealer ,Davis Paints . Flint Kote Shingles like Builders in Bob-Tail Quantity OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES-- ",4 Company You Can Trust" BUILDERS SUPPLY 7. 0 to 5 Week're: 7" 0 to Nma 8atml V Mlim East of Perldu on Hwy. 33 Oklahoma 547-5333 Talk to Pete or Tim Many Oklahomans have suffered finan- cial setbacks due to economic conditions. If you are one of these people or if you have little or no credit, this program may be just what you need to establish or re- establish your good credit rating. LOGAN FORD and FORD MOTOR CREDIT of OKLAHOMA CITY are introducing a pro- gram especially designed for people with credit difficulties due to age, job condi- Months tions, economic situations, etc. Ap- plicable to new '85 Tempo, Escort, Ranger, EXP, and Bronco II. Financing is now being offered for periods up to and including 60 months. <