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i-** “ n s. v H u r t *1 s leeping ia section. Lowvllle. 2 - 1 - p rtm e a ta to Im m e d iate ro f t l g u r a - p a r month, pototm w t. 2 3 - tf - c I*. 3 b e d . alee yard. DO m o n th. 2 - 3 - c lot. R e e d 's !.Y. r-r H e ld, K.Y. 4 2 - « - » c e to the Building- ad . T h r e e b n t e d o o - *to n ro o m . ■d. Phone 912 . 2 - t f - c 4 0 Space f t . late cy 6 2 3 2 3 j n c y • 2 - I - « (lrv llle, * - m iitlee t s - iry e r , f r e e - n - r m or 2 - 2 . p >N _________ . Lynn A le. tee w in r e * g ot school. 1 to e d n n c e n u tta f h e m , ptem b e r 4 , » t » c t m e a t , L o w v tlle, 1 - 2 - p no to r B e - n t u tp tu R hoot ho u rs. -6 9 # a . 32-3-C A N K I IKS ■on t o aU my Sor the g ifts toe m any I was a p a - o s p ttal and m e . L a u ra 8 - l - e m sryooe who y way while . A lso, D r . aft f o r to e lr deeply a p - U s r . 2 - l - c E L TED; C am p toe, w a ter- 3, c a r e of lea. 2 - 1 - c Hi SALE; Low rUle, bedroom s ) icre c o m e r ttlc lnzuta- l-S - c OR SALE: a r t S tre e t, 7904 P a r k i m - v i i c . SALK; Hto- * home to droom s and m m edtotely g e n c y R tal- 23X3. 2 - 1 - c a SALE; 3 larg e back­ ed e c o ra ted, seek . S e e tt , R e e ltore- 1 - 1 -c KKAL KSTATK KOHSALKr P a r t- tally rem o d e led houn* t m iles fn tm low v lllv, 11P-2M S . 1-4-c KKAI. KSTATK FOB SAI.K: f o u r bedroom hom e In good location In lawrvlh*. Asking p r ic e su b - stniillally reduced. Phone 3 7 6 - 3333. 2 - 4 -e ★ Labor Day Specials ★ D o you need a 4 o r t bedroom hom e ? We b a r e Ju s t the one f o r you. 4 bedroom s aad bathup,w tth living room , dining ro o m , d e n , kitchen, bedroom , b a throom , a a d laundry room down. OU h e a t, a lso 3 a ta ll g a r a g e a ttached. T h is la p r iced lo aelL Would you like to s i t In your living room aad view o u r beautiful B lack R t r e r VaUey” T h is t s your o p p o rtunity to do th is and also s a v e 3 6 ,000. T h e owner of t h u sp lit-le v e l borne h a s s a i d s e l l . He Is w illing t o sacrifice. 4 b e d ro o m s , 2 b a th s , gam e r o o m , u ltra m o d e rn kitchen, diningroom snd living room , 2 a tall garage. L e t’s get with It s n d look t h l i o v e r . Want a U ttle acreag e ? T h is Is s new o n e w e have J u st listed on the C h a s e L a k e Road. 33 a c r e s w ith s e v e r a l e x c e llent s p rin g s on the tu c k aide. It baa been refo r e s ted with ptnes w h ich s r e 3 0 - 4 0 y e a r s old. la r g e ro s d frontage oo th e m a in road which could be subdivided. Owner w illing t o consider t e r m s to r e lia b le p a r t i e s . L isted a t 9 3 ,40 0 . P r ices oo land s r e Jumping. B e ttor Investigate. C Z f e k k m iM b fy i JtlA l (STATE AND INSURANCE BROKER 7642 S t a t e S t . . L o w v i l l e , N . V . WE NEED MORE NEW LBTINGS IMMEDIATELY. | . | - c REAL ESTATE TOR S A L *: U r ­ g e M w tth e s e e n a e t v l s * am E a s t S ta te S t r e e t , L s e v tU e , F r a n k D o n a ldson, n w n s r . C a n taet M l- h a ly t R enl K n ttte , 1 7 6 - 4 1 U . 3 - l - e REAL ESTATE FOR SA L *: House to B e a c h e s B ridge s e e r sto r e , 4-3 bedroom s , w a lk-in c lo s e ts, 2 toll b a th s , 2 a e r a s , g a rage. F o r appointm e n t call 376-2924. 2 - 1 - p M O M MEW LIST!MOO LOWVILLE AREA - 103 a c r e b a r e firm , U r g e com itry hom e , I s ta l l g a r a g e , 3 6 x 90 foot b a m , creek , ow n e r l s re tirin g fo r r e a s o n to r a ell lag. 3 3 9 ,0 0 0 . LOWVILLE AREA - 30 a c r e of land w ith B lack R iver frontage only. $4,500. CROGHAN - Nice Cam p, 7 room s w ith bath, food s u e lo t, M ack top r o a d , low taxes, 310 , 300 . WE HAVE SOLD M 06T OF OUR LISTINGS AMD HAVE CLIENTS NEAR AND FAR THAT WANT TO BUY FROM OB. SO I F YOU RAVE ANY TYPE O F PROPERTY YOU WANT SOLD CAL L MY SALE8MAN FLOYD ZEHR, CROGHAN S46-136S FOR APPOINT­ MENT ONLY. Stan Floyd Zofcr Realtor m Salesman 1 7 9 M a i n S f r g w r t B o o n v l l l n , N . Y . P h . C r o g h a n 3 4 6 - 1 2 6 5 C a s t o r l a n d , N . Y l-S - e A U C T I O N A U C T I O N %eew t f - ---- j • ......... Lewis County L f V I S T O C K M 4 M M M T I I M P O R T August 23 ft 27, 1973 c o w G o o d - 3 1 - . 3 8 1 / 2 M o d i u m - 2 8 - . 3 3 C o n n o r s . 2 0 - . 2 * BULLS M o d i u m u p t o . 4 7 CALVES H o l f o r T o R o i t a U p t o * t 0 B u l l s T o R a l s o U p t o . 8 2 H e a v y S l a u g h t e r . 5 5 - . 6 4 L i g h t S l a u g h t e r . 4 5 . 5 5 COWS 102 CALVES 380 SALE TIMES Mon. - 5:30 Thurs. • 1:30 Commission R a tos Calves $ 1 .5 0 Cows $ 5 .25 F O R T O P M A R K K T P R I C I f t A T |T H B L O W I S T C O M M I S S I O N R A T I S j S E N D Y O U R C A T T L E TO LEWIS C O U N T Y LIVESTOCK M A R K E T large Selection Of Springing Heifers On Hand At All Times Lomeo B rothers Cattle Dealers Pleoae Call Early For Trucking 376-3112 or 376-7209 REAL ESTATE FORSALE: T r i n ­ ity Avenue. Two fam ily boueeor can b e aln g l,. Recently p a inted, tea r o o m s double garage, ex tra lo t. R easonably p r iced , C a a h o r te r m a . F o r appointment C a ll M ra. Yasmln Schulz, Licensed s a l a a m * * , LowvUle 376 - 2 6 4 6 . H a rold Johnson, B roker, C a r ­ thage 4S 3 -1860 n r 4 9 3 - 1 4 3 3 . 5 2 - 5 - c HEAL ESTATE FORSALE: T h r e e bedroom home with den and targ e kitchen situate on 3 1/2 a c r e s to the villag e of T u rin. I - deal for akt lodge and tr a i l e r perk developm ent. Reply to Box 112, LowvUle, N.Y. 1 - 2 -c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Lovely tw o a to ry home oo Shady A v e ., C roghan. Recently p a ta - ted. T h ree nice alte bedroom s and sm a ller fourth. F u ll a ttic , baaem e n t with buUt In s h e lv e s . New hot w a ter h e a t e r . U r g e ga r a g e w ith iin - D h ttT , e c a a r floor. Darden with young fru it t r e e s . Owner r e lo ­ cating. 3 4 6 - 1 2 3 5 . 2 - 1 - c REAL ESTATE WANTED: By p r in c ip a ls. A c reage, b a re fa r m s , cam p s , wood lo ts. Any­ w h e re, c a s h , p a r tlc u U r e , p r ice. \G o rdon, 7 * 6 E a s t 3 S tree t, Brooklyn, N.Y. U 2 1 8 . Phone 316-46 3 - 3 9 6 1 . 3 0 - tf - c FR E E FREE: L o n g -haired kittens. CaU 348-6663 a f ter 3 p j n . 2 - 1 - c L E G A L NOTICE Notice in duly given that s e a led bide will b e received to d p u b licly opened and read In toe Office of the A d m inistrative A isle taut at Lowvtlle Academ y and C e n tral 8cboot D istric t No. 1, Towns of Lowvtlle e t, a l. at 2:00 p .m ., Septem b e r 13, 1973, t o r the fol­ lowing: FU E L OIL B ids should be sealed to an ' envelope and m a rked BID on the outekle aad filed with the Ad­ m inistrative A s s is tant oo o r be­ fo r e S e p tem b e r 13, 1973. 8pectlleattona m a y b « obtained to tbe Office o f toe A d m inistra­ tive A s s is tan t. The B o a rd of Education re s e r v e s the right to re j e c t any or a l l b ids. MARIE L . FOSTER C lerk C e n t r a School D i e t No. 1 2 - 2 - c EMPIRE LIVESTOCK MARKETING CO-OPERATIVE Lowville 376-7441 or 376-7221 I Regular Sales Auction I j^JSvery Monday j John J. M a h o n e y f Mgr, S A L E S T I M E P . M . BEEFS « CALVES SELLING MUCH STRONGER THIS WEEK. Please call your trucker early or call 3 7 6 - 7 4 4 1 o r 3 7 6 - 7 2 2 1 for *ruck service to the market. P U B U C A U C T I O N SATURDAY SIFT. 1. 9:30 a.m . SHARP ESTATE OF HAROLD O. PEEBLES 7 4 3 7 Povk A v e n u e , lo w v llle, N.Y. As th e ham s has b e e n sold, w e 'll sell al public auction th e foil,wing: all small wood-working tools In tb e shop (else, ,i,ctrlc drill, wood chisels, h ammers, sow l, stc.J extension laddors, IS\ riding law n mower, outboard motor, 2 go s lawn m t w i r t . to o l chests, etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS J-Fc. bedroom suite, writing desk, 4-Pc. porch furniture, platform rockers, dining room suite, like new GE w a s h e r a n d dryer, dropteof stand, 9 piece bedroom suite, kitchen utsm lls. dishes, modern 4-PC. living room suite, end fables, coffee tables, odd aeerstuffed chairs, 4-PC. wicker s»l, fireplace set, tie . COM* EARLY - MUST START ON TIME DUE TO QUANTITY. IVIIVTHINO IN RE Al NICE CONDITION. JEOIN TO HIT All IUNCH SERVED. TERM S : CASH O R G O O D CHECKS EX E C U T O R O F E S T A T E : D O N A L D R. PEEBLES H A R O L D W . J O H N S O N X S O N S , A U C T I O N E E R S 4 9 3 - 1 4 3 8 o r C a r t h a g e 4 9 3 - 1 6 6 0 P.S. O p e n hovto 4 to 6 p.m., Friday, y o u r inspection. 2-l< Beaver Falls Notes By Marci# Walseman P h . I. i ....... ..... . .............. JOURNAL * RfPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1973 ENGAGED - W ilbur S t e r t o , Low­ vU le, and M ra. S h ir ley S teria, M a rtlnsburg, have announced the engagem e n t of th e i r d a u g h ter, Kathy H e lena, to AUen L . F a rn e y , J r . , son at M r . and M r s . AUen F a r n e y , Copenhagen. M tsa S te r i a ts a June graduate of LowvUle A c adem y and C e n tral School and a graduate of BOCES. She Is currenU y em p loyed, a s a se c r e t a r y al Lew is County Op­ portunity, Inc. M r. F a r n e y is a 1972 graduate o f LowvUle Academ y a n d l s w o rk­ ing ln his own pulp b u s in e s s . T e n n i s C l u b LowvlUe T e n n is Club defeated W atertow n 6 - 1 on S a tu r d a y , Aug. 2 3 . T h e team re s u l t s follow: N o . 1 s in g les - Dan B u rkhard (W ) d e l, D ick C h a r tran d ( L ) , 6 - 7 , 7 - 5 , 6 - 0 . No. 2 s in g le s . Doug A n d e rson (L ) def. Doug IUe (W ), 6 - 4 , 6 - 2 . N o . 3 s in g le s - John P a r k e r ( L ) d e f. F r a n k P e p e (W ), 8 - 0 , 6 - 3 . No. 4 s in g le s - Jac k J a d w ta (L ) d e f. P a r k e r <W), 6 - 2 , 6 - 1 . N c . I D o u b les - Doug A n d e rson and Dick C h a r tran d (L ) defeated D sn B u rkhard and B ill Hobtzman (W ), 6 - 3 , 3 - 6 , 6 - 4 . No. 2 doubles - John P a r k e r and Jack Jadw in (L ) , d e f. Doug IU e and J . P a r k e r (W ), 7 - 5 , 3 - 6 , 6 - 2 . No, T D o u b les - Don A n d e rson and E r n ie H a rvey, (L )d e f D e g ta e - g o rtd and L a R o sa (W ), 6 - 4 - 6 - 4 . T h e 2nd a n n u al H a rv e s t F e s t i ­ v a l T o u rnam e n t l s only one week sw a y . T h o s e In terested should call Dick C h a r trand a t 3 7 6 - 3 4 2 4 o r Doug Anderson a t 376-3073 b e f o r e Sept. 1 . C a tegories in­ clude m en’s sin g les and doubles and m ixed doubles. T h e tournam e n t w ill have p r e ­ lim in a ry m a tches th e week of Sept 4 . AU e n t r i e s w ll b e n o tified j ahead of tim e . T h e finals and sem i-fin a l m a tches wUl b e on S a tu r d a y , Sept. 8. BEAVER FALLS - Recent guests of M r, and M r s . Nevin Lehman were M r, a n d M rs.H o w ­ ard Baldwin o f Kutztown, Pa. M r. Baldwin i s a n u tr itio n ist for Youngs N u tritional Supplem e s ts for cattle. H e cam e to B e a v e r F a lls, hla wife a ccom p a n y ing h im , to train M r. L e h m a n In the nu­ trition field. H ts assignm e n t com p leted, M r- Baldwin and his wife p repared t o leave f o r hom e . M isfortune fell when to e tra n s ­ m ission went on th e ir cam p e r truck. So, they settled down to watt w h ile th e ir tru c k w a s being repaired. F u r t h e r m isfortune cam e when M r . B aldwin cam e down with th e \b u g ,” which seem s to be going around. One week to to e d a y th a t th e ir cam p ­ e r broke down, the Baldwins headed for hom e. D e spite th e ir pro b lem s , they truly enjoyed t h e ir stay ln the B e a v e r F a lla a r e a . The \ F a r m e r ’s M a rket” , an attem p t to c r e s t a lo c a l m a rk e t for local g a r d e n e r s and c r a f t s ­ men, is stead ily Im p roving and grow ing. T h e m a r k e t Is held each S a turday, from 10 a.m , to 12 p .m , to fro n t o f th e old G rade School ln B e a v e r F a U s . C y n thia L e h m a n , daughter of M r, and M rs. Nevin Lehm a n r e ­ turned to F r e d o n la Stole Uni­ v e r s ity on A ugust 2 6 to begin h e r sen io r y e a r In toe study of m u sic. P a m e la M urphy, daughter of M r. and M r s . John M u rphy, r e ­ cently spent a w eekend a t hom e to B e a v e r F a l l s w ith h e r fam ily. W hile In tow n , she was an a t ­ tendant to the m a r r i a g e of W al­ ter and P a tr i c ia (E d w a r d s ) B e llin g e r . M iss M u rphy h a s r e ­ turned to New J e r s e y w h e re s h e ls em p loyed. M r. and M r s . Reuben N o ft- s l e r recen tly spent s few ttoys vacationing In Canada and o th e r places o f in te r e s t. S h a ron C o w les, d a u g h ter o f M r. and M r s . E r n e s t C o w les h a s re tu r n e d to B e a v e r F a lla a f te r Books In R e v ie w by S v t Bwrgoss Who, b u t P.G . W odehouae, could turn a alm p le plot of g i r l likes boy and boy lo r e s another, into a tlckly, funny, work of a r t . W o d e- house, \ m a s t e r of Involved plot and hilarious com ic Invention,” a fun and U fe-lovtog eld e rly gentlem an w tth over 60 published books to his c r e d i t , h s s woven a sim p le, \pulp m a g a z ine” plot into an Involved and enchanting sto r y . The P lo t T h a t T h ickened’ (J3imon and S c h u s ter, 1973). Monty Bodkin loves G e rtrude B u tterw ick. G e rtrude’s fa th e r says Monty m u s t gwove him s e lf by working oo s a l a r y fo r one full y e a r as be looks down on people made w e a lthy through to - berttence, w hich Mooty waa. Sandy M ille r , M o n ty's s e c r e ­ tory, loves Monty. Ivor Llew ellyn, M onty’s b o e a , strongly d lslik e a M ooty (h is re a ­ son to ra t h e r sound, ln an off­ beat w a y ). B a t, M ra. Llew e llyn to Im p ressed w ith M o n ty, and s h e “ runs’\ Iv o r , s o M onty U \borne free .” O r s o be thinks. And h e re toe snowball begins build­ ing. T h e read e r a l l a t once notices th a t t h e au th o r to taking him o n a m e r r y c h a s e , he hops cm f o r the rid e to see w h e re Its *1L leading, and fo r th e Ufe of h i l l , H#' cah’t g e t off. B e to hooked aa Wodekotase. g C o m p licating a l l the m a tters that s t a r t popping up, ls M rs. Llew ellyn’s p e a r l necklace and the tu g betw een s e v e r a l people who feel each m u s t h im s e lf be tbe ooe to “unload” h e r of tola expensive poseeaton. And w h e re a r e M onty, G e r tr u d e and Sandy to all th i s ? Right to the m iddle, without even knowing it. Som e tim e s su b tle, som e tim e s loud and c l e e r , the hum o r of Wodehouse w o rm s through the sto ry line and you catch y o u r s e l f ' a t f i r s t q u ietly chuckling, then laughing outloud. T h e effect to quite exonerating, and w e ll w o rth toe reading o f this fun-tim e , r e ­ taxing and entertaining book. I, fo r o n e , fully intend to catch up on a ll to e W odehouse I’ve m issed ou t o n . Your local li­ b r a r ia n can heln you do the s a m e . She can fu r n ish you w ith t i t l e s , H o u p p e r t R e u n i o n The descendants of the late C h ristopher Houpperta held a fam ily reunion Ju lv 15 at the B e a v e r R iv e r F ish and Gam e Club. About 200 m e m b e rs and thetr guesta w e re present from B rentw o o d , Long Island; L i ttle ­ ton, N.H.; S h e rbrook, Canada; Syracuse; Watertown; Lowvllle; Od g e n s burg; C a rthage; Roches­ ter; and C roghan. The okleit person p r e s e n t was F r a n k H o u p p e rt.O g d e n sburg. The youngest w ts M ikeS U s m e r, J r . , of O g d e n sburg, a grandson of the fo r m e r Helen Houppert. O fficers to r the 1974 reunion are: P r e s id e n t, Roy Houppert, v ice-p r e s id e n t, T h o m a s Houp­ pert; se c r e t a r y , M a r g a r e t Houp­ pert; and tre a s u r e r , Law rence Houppert, R o w s a m R e u n i o n The 47th annual Rowsam re ­ union was held Sunday, Aug. 12, at W hitaker F a l l s . T h e re w e re tw e n ty-nine m e m b e rs p r e s e n t. P r izes w e re aw a rded to Hol­ land A lerander, oldest fam ily mem ber present, Robert Row­ sam , II, youngest p r e s e n t, C a l- istus »nd F.dna R e a p e , la r g e s t fam ily p r e s e n t. O fficers w e re elected as fol­ lows; Leon Reape, president; Jam e s Row sam , v ic e - p r e s (dent; Karen R e a p e , secretary ; John Rowsam, tre a s u r e r ; M arlene Alexander, historian; and B etty and Hilda R o w sam , en tertain ­ m e n t. There w e re four b ir th s and two m a rriag e s r e c o rd e d fo r the y e a r. and if the bodks a r e not In h e r collection, sh e can obtain them through the lib r a r y lending s y s ­ tem . Won’t you Join m e ln enjoy­ ing W o d ehouse? spending some of h e r su m m e r vacation on Fourth i,ak e ,n « a r Old F o r g e , with relatives. Deborah A rcher, daughter of M r. and M ra. Robert A rcher be­ cam e toe bride of G a ry W a ls e - m a n , son of M r. and M rs. W e ll- tagtoe W alseman on August 4, T h e couple r e s id e s In s new h o m e on Main S tr e e t, B e a v e r F a l l s . A U C T I O N LEWIS HOOKINSON, BARNES CORNERS. N.Y. ON ROUTE 177 S E P T E M B E R 2 , S U N D A Y A T 1 P . M . R e f rigerator, k e r o s e n e M ove, five piece bedroom sert, m o d e r n ch e s ts a n d d r e s s e r s , p o t s ond pans, camp d l i h e s . hlde-a-w a y b e d . living roam furn itu re, tv and stend, vacuum c le a n e r . ANTIQUES C u rly e n d M rdseye m a p le b u tter s e t. oak w a s h ito n d a n d d r e s s e r , o a k rock e ra, beautiful L shaped d r a n e r , o a k stan d s , o a k lib r a r y ta b le , o a k bookshelf, d retsora, tw o b r a s s en d iro n b e d s , aN kinds o f chairs, old stare Item s , candy sc a le s b r e r s , tru n k s , wlckar lave to o t, oil lam p , o n e d r a w e r p in e stan d , pine M ends, targe oak m irro r, sh o e co b b ler* teaIs, blackwnittts forge a n d roots, la r g e g r in d sto n e . Ice tonga, tow * , lanterns, tools. T E R M S A R E C A S H O R O N E W A Y C H I C K S O W N E R : LEWIS HODKINSON A U C T I O N E E R 4 S A L E S M A N A G E R : COL. FEED S N Y D E R C o p e n h a g e n , N.Y. 688-2807 DEPARTMENT Of THE TREASURY OffiCE Of REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N.W V\ XSMINGTON o c 20226 0E3T h • v i b. • -• . iVOtL = > r 'lESSC. TA a E'S ‘ ■ . . ol t(*ve-Hn! tKatuup furijs xffecteO the ’ fits v* lE-i-jOi-ttson? t TT INCREASE 0;i:; 1NC-T2/.SE ) TOO SOON TO J PREDICT EhFECT U.I cf tl'O fcnlJA'iitg rri3n.>«<» C!,:l Itw 3v»d»t>ii ty 0< „C StOTi.-.g Eun-Ji 1 11# IB* UrvClS tM yOSH Jurto- ' Cn«c* 35 mgr •/ 35 ow-v a M.'.JR TAX □ r:eu,C: VsCfiiA □ IfrECTON TA.X.EVILS ' NTUPRCMCT EffCCT TMK GOVERNMENT 07 HARBI3BUBC TOWS HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING JAM 1 , 1973 **oinc £w& 3 0 , 1973 IN THE FOLLOWING* MANNER BASED UPON A TOTAL PAYMENT Of $6 ,840 ACCOUNT NO 3 3 3 025 005 HABBXSBUHC TOWN SUP KB VISOR lsv x s c o m m LOWVILLE KKV YORK 13367 OPf -IA flNH MAIN\ESANC; \LNDiTURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES ACTUAL ’> ~~1 HBti-.l 1; ACTUAL PERCENT USED FOR: cxp : \ di ; u ,\£ s iUI • . IVUKI : •• Ti’-rt SI-.J.'S 1C) £-■-=,> <: ;ii hptcu . -a IXRENOITURES m rcamui 18 :3k Jl 4X7*33«cjomo» UHS MI KMOm UI 3 % Mf.il. pC*'V'AtAND o^ 'iL^Ai. iJOVT S % % % % r. .. VP;r. l S ; %! E^.C4T'0K s % % % % .1 • ..... ...... s OJ J - . . . s % % % if.. • , L* “ s . i i- 7« '.pet SRURIAl : s % % % % ! . M'M s 1 % ■ ... - r ■ % ■> «»i s % % % % : s ' % | \'Oi CnCt, %\ s % % % % < - • 1 h P0''I s ! % %'• I 1 . s % % % % \*.'i A s ' % s % % % % : ,vl?!V s . i .... HICiArE.' s * % % % -.-iPC-. :;'N P.cj-.e 1 • s % w % % • •* IT -v: u >1.1\ t <,\(■ .-■v ■ ’F tSH-vi-.-'i ■ iSsil-m IC45cf Tl ’ FUND REPORT 6,848 .6 , 8 4 6 6 , 8 4 8 DEPARTMIM7 OS TH* TREASURY orrtcE o r iuevenue sharing 1900 RENNSYlVANIA AVE N.W. WASHINGTON. D C. 10220 s _ j M S J L s s lo o \ % % % f t * ■ir u to.M1/ £% _ e . b e w s &u>£ (PCfr -1 EXECUTfVE PROPOSAL Ctecfc ate bte* » Mg plan a bmSm —1 *7 a»gcwtlv« propogK IL! DEBT How smfl thg jvi MM j of rgwgnu* aharing fundi eftett thg fcwrrotetng raoutemf te of your jungdbefien? 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I **sur» tte Secretory of the Treasury thet t e ptefuwy prRvtoKtf** tetod in Pan G of tte !n*truet*oni ecctompertytog tte ijTOt'AL PtAMNID •epori wdi be comjted with by tte reeipseot government vetth I {CAPITAL fXPffeOt ! reeoecT in tte emtriamerst Linda repenedhereen. jjiTUPf* V % %: %' % %: %: % %' %. % %' % % %< % % ei % % % % % % % -% % % % % % ■ % % % % % . i ;n % £ L U g _ J .7 r / ^ ' ^ ’J Jo u r n a l S Republican ' meiaa'ae nftenwie S^.t 5- 1973 >

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