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Motor Vehicles and nuttee met with Dr J A will review the state re associated with the pur year around basts, such STATE craft by Educational Lone, Chancellor, venue picture for the Agencies; Oklahoma State Regents coming, fiscal year. The SENATE --Containment of for Higher Education. Select Committee will Communication Costs by Dr. Leone was asked to hold a public meeting in i Education Agencies; respond to any agree- Tulsa on October 30, to --Local and State ment reached as per provide an opportunity Shares of Financial Sup- Senate Joint Resolution for citizens in that por- port for V Tech Schools No. 35 requirements bet- tion of the state to offer Shedrick and Tw Year Colleges; ween Dr. Francis Tuttle, their input for committee " exhaustive ses- --Job Related and State Director, Board of consideration. past week, the Technical Course and Vocational and Technical As always, I am ~lect Committee Program Duplication: Education and Dr. available to anyone who _ ~ Government Vo-Tech, Higher Educa- Leone. SJR 35 was an at- might have a question or g fl~ met with its tion and Other Providers; ticulation plan of cur- comment regardiffg any v dlSubcommittees_ --Joint Administra- riculum to avoid any issues we may handle at the Subcom- tion of Two-Year course duplications, the State Capitol. My ad- at~on Education, Colleges; In addition, our sub- dress is: Senator Bernice ~chair-tocontinue --Capital Funding Re- committee reviewed Shedrick, Room 426, kd,~,s to discover the quirements for Educa- statistics which indicate State Capitol, Oklahoma ~and corridors of tional Agencies, FY a discrepancy in the cost City, Oklahoma 73105, The upland bird hunter's delight is at its peakwhen ~ernment where '86-'FY'90; of administering our col- or P.O. Box 843, the hunting dog (above) freezes on a point. Fast ac- ~of tax dollars --Funding of Depen- loges and universities. Stillwater, Oklahoma tion, bagging some birds, a meal fit for a king can ~ases in efficien- dent Districts; and It would seem logical 74076. My telephone be in the offing. --Statutory Provisions that colleges with similar number in Oklahoma Ci- oductivity may Concerning Mineral Pro- programs and similar ty is {405) 525-0126, Ex- _IEducation Sub- duction From Higher enrollments would have tension 572; inspecialWiveShusband-pleaserlking for that meanSbefore heat leastis fieldneready.year ~tee, while Education Property. similar administrative Stillwater, {405} for Christmas, thelegen- Long hours of work, pa- '~ with the full I believe of all the costs. This was apparent- 743-4500.-0- o~, offered a list many areas we have ex- ly not the case in every dary bird dog, will be in- tience, and know-how is_ !roposals we feel amined previously, these instance. PARK NAMES terested to know that enter into his develop- B1~iexamined fur- ten offer the greatest Dollars have been in BEING SUBMITTED dogs are up in price for ment. Teaching the ~y are: possibility of any dollar very short supply in re- Suggestions for possi- the oncoming 1984-85 basics of fetch, hold, heel. ~inistrative Ex- savings as well as the cent years, as most blenames for theparkon hunting season, back, and down requires .~s Control; prospect of increased el- know, especially in the Stansbury Street have Going prices for a touch not all possess, ~ty of Funding ficiency in state educa- area of bducation. All in- been received at the City registered pups out of Growing up with your tion programs, dications are they will be Hall. One recommenda- good blood lines puppy does develop a " ~ls; Later the same day, even more precious next tion ,,was "Fulwider {Pointers, Setters, Brit- bond and relationship fiscal year as Governor Park and the other was tanies. German Short with the dog which can Nigh has estimated tonameit after someone Hairs). arelisted current- be most valuable FASHIONS Haircuts - $5 {Haircut included) $25. Open: Tues. - Fri. 9:30 to 5:30; Sat. 9:30 to 2 p.m. Open Late by Appointment 8. Main 547-5222 In -- Walk-ins Welcome irAMILY RESTAURANTS TREAT .... Chop ST Soft Taco A flour tortilla stuffed with chili, gradted cheese, tomatoes, and shredded lettuce. another $125 million shortfall in state funds, We simply cannot afford to fund any duplication in state services, whether they are in education, human services, transportation, or any other arm of state government. If duplica- tions exist, then some substantial reforms will have to be made in order to meet the financial challenge ahead of us. This is the goal of our subcommittee and the full reform panel, as well. The full committee received reports from its several subcommittees, including the Subcom- mittee on Education, the Subcommittee on Organization and Management and the Subcommittee on Per- sonnel, Property and Financial Management. In addition, several tax reform recommendations were offered for consideration. The Senate Reform Committee will continue its work, headed for a December 14. 1984 deadline for submitting its final report, by direc- ting the work of its various subcommittees in two general categories- -tax reform proposals and proposals other than those involving revision of state tax statutes. At its next meeting on Oc- living in Perkins who is an outstanding individual. Theresa Niles en- courages call in sugges- tions, as this is a "com- munity park". Any input is welcomed. If you have any rec- commendations, please call Theresa at the City Hall. The number is 547-2445. now ly at $300-$400 while trained and finished dogs are listed at $800-$1500. Bud Epperson of Still- water had a registered Pointer, a trained dog of proven field value, for $1500 this past summer. There is always the question of which way to go: the pupppy route or to purchase a trained dog. Purchase of a puppy throughout his life-time. Purchase of a field- ready hunting dog has some advantages, name- ly the immediate joy of the hunt with a dog ready to go, supposedly. If the dog has been pro- perly trained and will find and point birds, then enjoyable hunting ex- periences are possible. There is a so-called 81ne~ I~ ~ Dine In * Carry-Out | Rebecca and Bill Richardson, Managers | Member F.D.I.C. South Main Our Drive-In Lanes are open 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon - Sat Drive right up to our window and do your banking from the comfort of your carl chase of a mature, train- ed dog: THOU SHALT THOROUGHLY TRY OUT THE DOG BEFORE PURCHASE. Most kennels or dog breeders make this possi- ble and actually en- courage you to take the dog into the field, and usually, with the owner/trainer, see the dog at work. In this man- ner, you are not buying a "pig in a poke." Some kennels will ship a dog to a prospective buyer on a three-day-out basis. If the decision is made to purchase the dog after trying him out, the seller pays the ship- ping costs, if the dog is not purchased, the pro- spective buyer pays the shipping costs. Kennel-raised dogs oftentimes have not had the individual attention necessary to their development, lack the close bond of affection to an owner, affection which produces loyalty and a desire to please inherent in a good hunting dog. Not only are the prices of bird dogs up this year, but the Bob White Quail population is down, as is the case with other upland game birds {Pheasants, Prairie Chickens, Grouse}. The long, hot, dry, rainless summer over Oklahoma and much of the midwest, reportedly took its toll on the young birds. if you are interested in Sale to be conducted on the property located at 23 Timberline Drive (At the intersection of Kirk Avenue and North Main, then east to Timberline Drive, watch for auction signs.) Perkins, Oklahoma.. ATURDAY, (Beginning at I P.M.) Hot Point Frostless Refrigerator Service for 12 of Sango China, Grey Mist w/auxilary pieces Electric Ice Cream Freezer Oval Table w/Leaf and 4 Match- ing.white/yellow wrought iron chairs Extra Long Turquoise Couch 1-White Vinyl Chair 1-Blue Floral Recliner 2-End Tables 3.Table Lamps 1-25 In. Zenith Cabinet Color TV with Remote Control 1-two piece White with Gold Trim Bedroom Suite, Dresser has attached mirror 1-White and Gold Nightstand 1.Blonde 2.Piece Bedroom Suite w/matching Nightstand 1-Small Brown Uphol. Rocker 1-Round Mirror 1-Royal Manual Typewriter 1-Lge. Beveled Rectang. Mirror 1-Oval Dining Table w/4 matching Chairs w/padded seats and becks 1-Noritake China Tea Set Crystal Sherberts Sears Kenmore H.D. Washer Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner Bissell Floor-Carpet Sweeper Metal File Cabinet Child's Riding Horse with Stand Metal Walker Several Pictures, Several Lamps, Wood Portable Mixer 3-Can Openers Kitchen Cutlery Wood Silverware Chest 1.Gallon Hand Sprayer Tappan Gas Range Service for 8 of White Ironstone Hot Air Popcorn Maker 2-Brown Recliners (Nice) l-Tan Naugahyde Recliner Hexagonal Lamp Table Large Coffee Table 1-Turquoise Vinyl Chair l-Portable Humidifier 1-Electric Heater 1-Complete Hollywood Bed 1-White and Gold Telephone Table with Matching Chair Crystal Goblets Jewelry Box with Jewelry Hot Point Elec. Dryer Ironing Board Toaster 4-Drawer Office Desk 2-Wheel Dolley Double, Foldable Lawn Seat Metal Step Hair is provided by member- ship in the Isaak Walton League, Amer ca s oldest continuous citizens' con- servation group.i Established in 1922 in Chicago, the League has an on-going program of sponsored national and state legislation, man-.. thly dinner meetings ' with conservation,.. orientated programs,: .~. fellowship with those of kindred spirits. An. award-winning nationalS, magazine is published and mailed to members. For additional informs-:~ tion write, IWLA, Box~ 544, Stillwater, OK 74076. "0" Huffy 3-Speed 26 inch Bicycle Large Patio Grill 10-Cup Corning Ware Coffee Pot Set Stainless Steel Silverware FROM THE CORNER. The Kelly-Miller Circus performance here recent-i ly was an excellent one.. It was a fast-moving, show with some splendid, acts. The trapeze acbs were great and the cowboy lasso act was one of the best. The juggle2s were entertaining and "Zippo the Clown" did his work well. There are not very, many traveling circuses under the big top left. The high cost of opera tion, inflation, man power, shortages, al,l have taken a toll on the industry. But, as the late Hat , Boyle once wrote: "You.. can't kill the circus: because you can't kill the, smell." Step ladder Metal Tray Stand White Metal Patio Table Schwinn 26-inch bicycle Magazine Rack, Wall Plaques, Elephant Collection--from Mahogany to Glass, Decorative Candlesticks, Glass Cased Clock, Small Statuary, Vases, Decorative Bowls and Plates, Candy Dishes, Luggage, Lawn Chairs, Ar- tificial Christmas Tree and Decorations, Many Volumes of Readers Digest Condensed Books, Garden Tools, Hand Tools end Other Items Too Numerous to Mention. AUTOMOBILES AND LAWN MOWER AMF Riding Lawn Mower, electric start, 36 inch cut, 8 HP 1972 Pontiac Catalina, 8 Cylinder 1969 Chevrolet Nova, two door Sedan, 6 Cylinder TERMS: CASH A uctioneer's Note: A Complete Set of Nice Household Furnishings with many special items that were collectib es of Grady and Edith Gardner. The Estate of Grady and Edith Gardner, Owners Bonita Warren, Personal Representative main & AUCllON ~v 40f k36.23 --- This Sale Conducted By -- {i DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oldahoma g .!