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IGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-NewsJournal, Canton, Mo.,Thursday, November 7,1985 3C nor 4-H youth & leaders Governmental Review is begun by committee 4-H Recognition Night at the Lewis County Youth Building. Over 80 to help recognize the youth and leaders for in 1985. pins and certificates were to over 50 individuals for work with Lewis Missouri Cooperative 4-H Youth Specialist in served as Master of for the event. Aaron the Ten Mile 4-H Club, Dunn of Pink Prairie led the. pledges to the 4-H flags. Lewis Co. Junior the welcome to leaders, and spon- pins and perfect patches were presented to Community leaders who will to each 4-H member who their projects and for the 1985-86 club year. the eight 4-H clubs were for their work as a club the year. were awarded their to be placed on their Blue ribbon seals 4-H, Walnut Ten Mile 4-H, Oyster Monticello 4-H, and Pink Prairie and were awarded silver club activities. Key Award winners in were named by John :leader. 1985 Key Award Ross Krueger and Alice award is based on and accumulation of over the period of years Only 1 percent of the enrollment is eligible. Key Award certificates tie tack and necklace behalf of the MFA the University of who sponsor the is the son of Glenn and Feldkamp is of Earl and Joyce Dare You" awards were Ross Krueger and Beth Barfs' Link. This award achievements, leadership td involvement in 4-H, School and church activ- the daughter of Earl and and is a member of 4*H Club, Ross is the son Sharon Krueger, and a the Monticello 4-H Club. "I awards were presented on "I Dare You" Committee Youth Foundation and 4-H Council. Lewis Co. 1985 Outstanding Boy and Girl, Ross Krueger and Lori Goehl, were named by Leona Hinton, of the Bank of Monticello. Both belong to the Monticello 4-H Club, and were awarded sterling silver 4-H rings, courtesy of the Bank of Monticello. Junior and Senior Livestock Judging Team medals for 1985 were presented by Barry Link on behalf of the Hannibal Production Credit Associa- tion representing the Canton Branch Office of PCA. Jr. Livestock Judging team medals went to Terri Curtis, Michael Little, Scott Rutledge, and Michelle Hinton. Senior Team medals went to Shawn Tiemann, Doug Lillard, and Ron Hinton. Shawn Tiemann, Walnut Grove 4-H, and Sharlet Kern, Oyster Prairie 4-H. were named the Quality of Living Award recipients for 1985. Two 4-H'ers with a well-rounded 4-H Home Economics program were named this year. A gift provided by the Mark Twain Home Economics Extension staff and Capps Variety Store is presented to the top individuals. Patrice Dollar, Family Economics and Management Specialist, announced the winner and made the presentation. Shawn Tiemann is the daughter of Roger and Nancy Tiemann and Sharlet Kern is the daughter of Eugene and Beverly Kern. Miss Dollar also recognized the two girls who were eligible to represent Lewis County at the State 4-H Fashion Revue, Tara McConnell, Sr. Dress Revue: and Tricia Geisendorfer, Jr. Dress Revue. Both received Dress Revue Medals sponsored by Simplicity Pattern Co., Inc. Tara is the daughter of Larrs" and Mary McConnell and Tricia is the daughter of John and Nancy Geisendorfer. Both are from Monticello 4-H Club. Lewis Co. 4-H'ers Julie Levengood and Lori Petefish were recognized for giving demonstrations at the 4-H building during the Missouri State Fair. Leona Hinton, 4-H leader, presented the certificates to Julie, a member of the Pink Prairie 4-H Club, and Lori, member of the Ten Mile 4-H Club. 4-H Table Setting award went to Shawn Tiemann of Walnut Grove 4-H Club. Shawn, daughter of Roger and Nancy Tiemann of LaGrange, was awarded a special hand-painted bell for having the top exhibit in the 4-H Table Setting Contest during 4-H Achievement Day. Veva Curtis made the presentation on behalf of Charles and Wanda Eubank of Shelbina, sponsors of the award. Sharlet Kern of the Oyster Prairie 4-H Club was named the 1985 Farm Bureau Foods Cookbook recipient. Lynnette Hamlin, 1985 Lewis Co. Farm Bureau Queen, made the presentation. The Lewis Co. Farm Bureau awards this cookbook to one of the outstanding 4-H'ers who submits a National Report Form in the Foods Project area. Sharlet is the daughter of Eugene and Beverly Kern of Ewing. National Report Form 4-H County medals were awarded as follows: Lori Goehl - Achievement, Crochet, Home Grounds. and Foods Preservation: Aaron Petefish - Sheep; Darla Lay - Crafts: Sharlet Kern - Food-Nutrition; Ross Krueger - Livestock, Agriculture; Michael Levengood Art, Crafts, Agriculture, Photography; Beth Feld- kamp - Food-Nutrition; C. L. Legg - Beef: Julie Levengood Clothing, Crafts, Food,Nutrition; Jamie Knapp - Clothing: Barry Geisendorfer - Swine, Shown Tieman Dog Care and Training; Lori Petefish - Sheep; and Jason Legg - Horsemanship. Ten Mile 4-H Club receive recogni- tion for its work in two 4-H activity areas. They received a 4-H Safety Activity patch from the General Motors Company and a 4-H Health Activity Certificate from the Eli Lilly Company. recognizing their participa- tion in these activities. Each Ten Mile 4-H Club member was given a special 4-H safety patch: Special Leader Recognition was presented to 15 Lewis Co. 4-H leaders for their first year of service in the 4-H program. They were: Sally and Thomas Barickman, Pink Prairie 4-H; Jaynie Fellinger, Monticello 4-H; Phil Garkie, Walnut Grove 4-H; Mike Boyer. Walnut Grove 4-H; Dorita Hetzler. Pink Prairie 4-H; Gene Breeden, Williamstown 4-H; Alice Hopkins, Williamstown 4-H; Barbara and John Brumett, Pink Prairie 4-H; Greg Jennings, Walnut Grove 4-H; Lola McDermott, Benjamin 4-H; and Robbie Tallent, Walnut Grove 4-H. All received certificates in recognition of their work. Five Year Special Leader recogni- tion was presented by the Lewis Co. 4-H Junior Leaders. Seven Lewis Co. 4-H leaders received 5-year project leadership pins and certificates. They were LuAnn Knapp, Oyster Prairie 4-H; Kathy Schuetz, Pink Prairie 4-H; Mary Brown, Ten Mile 4-H; Roger Job, Walnut Grove 4-H: Daniel Griesbaum, Walnut Grove 4-H; Ray McSorley, Benjamin 4-H; and Bobble Toops, Williamstown 4-H. Ten year pins and certificates were presented to six 4-H Lewis Co. leaders. They were Joyce Feldkamp, Pink Prairie 4-H; Dova Geisendorfer, Monticello 4-H; Martha Campen, Pink Prairie 4-H; Shirley Lay, Monticello 4-H; Pat Vice, Pink Prairie 4-H; and Frances jennings, Walnut Grove 4-H. Sharon Krueger of the Monticello 4-H Club and Norman Adams of the Pink Prairie 4-H Club were awarded 'TO00 .LUrdB the 15 year diamond pin and certificate. Outstanding 1985 Male 4-H project leader was Eugene Kern of Oyster Prairie 4-H. Oustanding 1985 Female 4-H project leader went to Beverly Kern of Oyster Prairie 4-H. Marcia and Ronald Levengood of Pink Prairie 4-H were selected as the 1985 Outstanding Husband and Wife 4-H Leadershp Team. 1985 Lewis Co, Oustanding 4-H Community Leader was Betty Lillard of Walnut Grove 4-H Each were presented with a certifi- ca re. Several 4-H'ers were congratulated for their participation in a number of state 4-H events and contests. Terri Curtis, of Walnut Grove 4-H, was a member of the Mark Twain Area 4-H Horse Judging Team that participated in the state contest. Terri was high individual in the contest. Steven Berhorst of Walnut Grove served on the 4-H Horse Bowl Team that went to the state 4-H contest in Columbia. 1985 Recognition Night Committee was made up of the Ten Mile, Walnut Grove and Benjamin 4-H Clubs. Other clubs assisting were Lewistown, Williamstown, Oyster Prairie, Monti- cello and Pink Prairie. Former PNJ writer places in magazine contest Tamara Mahr Browning, a Palmyra native who currently resides in East Orange, N.J., recently placed 31st of 790 entrants in the 1985 Writer's Digest Article Writing Competiton. The competition recognizes "the best, the brightest, the most salable" writers from throughout the world. Browning's article, dealing with mental health of black families, is to appear in Black Family Magazine. Browning is employed by National Religious Broadcasting, an organiza- tion that includes the Christian l'Oadcasting Network (CBN), and recently was promoted to the position of assistant editor of Religious Broadcasting Magazine. She is a 1977 graduate of Palmyra .High School and 1981 graduate of Culver-Stockton College. She served as an intern for the Press-News Journal. She and her husband, Ron, reside at 64 Dodd Street, East Orange, N.J. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gilbert Mahr of Palmyra. The size of the Missouri House and Senate, the length of the legislative session and the functions of the Lt. Governor's office are just some of the issues being examined by a House Interim Subcommittee on Governmen- tal Review. At its first three of a series of public hearings scheduled across the state, the subcommittee heard testi- mony on these issues and others from citizens' groups, commerce organiza- tions, professors, and Lt. Governor Harriet Woods herself. According to Subcommittee Chair- man Estil Fretwell (D-Canton), none of the issues are causing a public outcry for change, though several suggestions have been made. "We've had some ideas about these issues from interested parties," he said, "but to say that any one issue has led to public outcry, we haven't seen that so far." The interim subcommittee was appointed in August by Speaker of the House Bob-Griffin, who earlier stated that he would like to see the legislative session shortened to four months each year, instead of five-and-a-half months one year and four months the next. "I think that we can do all the work we need to do in four months," he said in a press conference on the closing day of the session that ended June 15. "I intend to make shorter sess;ons a priority of mine next year." The subcommittee also received testimony supporting shorter sessions from the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, which figured that shorten- ing the session by 24 days could save Nov. 15 deadline for some FCIC crop planting November 15 is the final planting date for insured barley and wheat in most Missouri counties, according to Howard Sjogren, Field Operations Office director for the Federal Crop insurance Corporation (FCIC). The final planting date is Nov. 30 for 21 southwestern Missouri counties. Insured barley and wheat with a Nov. 15 planting date must he reported by Nov. 30 and those with a Nov. 30 planting date must be reported by Dec. 15 in order to receive full crop insurance coverage. The acreage report reflects the actual acreage planted and reported by the farmer. "During the growing season, if damage occurs, notice should be given promptly," Sjogren said. taxpayers approximately $180,000. The change, along with many of the others being discussed, would require a constitutional amendment approved by the voters in order to he effective. In Springfield, the subcommittee heard from two political science professors who supported reducing the size of the House.Currently, there are 163 members in the Missouri House of Representatives. The professors, one from Southwest Missouri State Univer- sity and one from Drury College, suggested reducing the number to around 100. They felt that the smaller number would stil[l be able to represent adequately and effectively, while saving taxpayers money. At a St. Louis round-table discussion, committee members heard from Missouri's Lt. Governor Harriet Woods, who suggested that her position could be more focused, though she would like it to remain responsive to the needs of Missourians. By law, the duties required of the Lt. Governor are to succeed the governor if disabled or disqualified, to preside over the Senate and to serve on the Board of Public Buildings. 00COMP BUD MILLER MOTOR CO. 1983 Citation H.B. 4-dr., V-6, Auto., PS & PB tilt, air, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. 15xxx miles. $5,895. 1982 Ford Escort GL 4-dr., 4 cyl., Auto., PS & PB rear defroster, air, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. 42xxx miles. $4,595. 1977 Chev. Caprice Landau 2-dr., 8 cyl., air, PS & PB, P. windows, power door locks, tilt, cruise, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. $1,995.. 1974 Dodge 3/4 ton 4 x 4 4-speed, V-8, PS, PB, heavy springs, trailer hook-up, camper shell, radio. $1,995. Your Chevrolet-Okls Dealer in Canton Mort.-Friday 8-a.m.- 5 p.m. CANTON, MISSOURI CASH'n CARRY Sot. 8 a.m. -noon EXTERIOR LATEX FLAT HOUSE PAINT WHITE use on most exterior Sale Price seda.= b.., ONLY --'-, sggg Save $6.00 ea. Let us"Unpaint" your house with Gold Bond Vinyl Siding. VINYL LATEX FLAT PAINT OFF WHITE Sale Price ONLY S999 P"' Save $6.00 r MACHINE. , AND SAVB* "r INSULATION me.r--=- HIGHR-VALUE LOWCOS NO CUTTING NO GAPS 'INSULA TE YOUR HOME LIKE THE PROFESSIONALS DO IT/. .. .... "- ..g,.,,, ,o..,  aWA o,emco,m 11 _ . AA.I_ I ,, ,,,s ..... ',.-'_qL ]qll 25Ft=M-U Good Thru nov.xuTnl00 ..... .:-. 0.- s,,a  :, Lu. BAG Double 5" c,=- $539s. WHITE UMITED UFETIME TRANSFERRABLE WARRANTY! "E" ECONOMY INSULAT[O :z=:--4l|lJIl.. .... DOOR IEPLACEMENT Self-Storing WINDOW iiZ," r,.  ,, m, , I[,Y- ----H( .o.,  =,,.=st ,,,I..   III _..,L;- I.II .st,,, .or.., o,-m .j  .  it ilfl I:.ll .R.ms sam (.rCm)  I!!jllm,J[ .Sell-mrlmg Im iron // Lit M l|ll .F..-m. z ll.., .,v.,, | "l.=..d,,k ..m --= I1 ( tt .v,.,=,,..,. ( .r, d  ,. .... , ,:.-:: / Glass Size [ 24" x 20"- s175 I If IGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-NewsJournal, Canton, Mo.,Thursday, November 7,1985 3C nor 4-H youth & leaders Governmental Review is begun by committee 4-H Recognition Night at the Lewis County Youth Building. Over 80 to help recognize the youth and leaders for in 1985. pins and certificates were to over 50 individuals for work with Lewis Missouri Cooperative 4-H Youth Specialist in served as Master of for the event. Aaron the Ten Mile 4-H Club, Dunn of Pink Prairie led the. pledges to the 4-H flags. Lewis Co. Junior the welcome to leaders, and spon- pins and perfect patches were presented to Community leaders who will to each 4-H member who their projects and for the 1985-86 club year. the eight 4-H clubs were for their work as a club the year. were awarded their to be placed on their Blue ribbon seals 4-H, Walnut Ten Mile 4-H, Oyster Monticello 4-H, and Pink Prairie and were awarded silver club activities. Key Award winners in were named by John :leader. 1985 Key Award Ross Krueger and Alice award is based on and accumulation of over the period of years Only 1 percent of the enrollment is eligible. Key Award certificates tie tack and necklace behalf of the MFA the University of who sponsor the is the son of Glenn and Feldkamp is of Earl and Joyce Dare You" awards were Ross Krueger and Beth Barfs' Link. This award achievements, leadership td involvement in 4-H, School and church activ- the daughter of Earl and and is a member of 4*H Club, Ross is the son Sharon Krueger, and a the Monticello 4-H Club. "I awards were presented on "I Dare You" Committee Youth Foundation and 4-H Council. Lewis Co. 1985 Outstanding Boy and Girl, Ross Krueger and Lori Goehl, were named by Leona Hinton, of the Bank of Monticello. Both belong to the Monticello 4-H Club, and were awarded sterling silver 4-H rings, courtesy of the Bank of Monticello. Junior and Senior Livestock Judging Team medals for 1985 were presented by Barry Link on behalf of the Hannibal Production Credit Associa- tion representing the Canton Branch Office of PCA. Jr. Livestock Judging team medals went to Terri Curtis, Michael Little, Scott Rutledge, and Michelle Hinton. Senior Team medals went to Shawn Tiemann, Doug Lillard, and Ron Hinton. Shawn Tiemann, Walnut Grove 4-H, and Sharlet Kern, Oyster Prairie 4-H. were named the Quality of Living Award recipients for 1985. Two 4-H'ers with a well-rounded 4-H Home Economics program were named this year. A gift provided by the Mark Twain Home Economics Extension staff and Capps Variety Store is presented to the top individuals. Patrice Dollar, Family Economics and Management Specialist, announced the winner and made the presentation. Shawn Tiemann is the daughter of Roger and Nancy Tiemann and Sharlet Kern is the daughter of Eugene and Beverly Kern. Miss Dollar also recognized the two girls who were eligible to represent Lewis County at the State 4-H Fashion Revue, Tara McConnell, Sr. Dress Revue: and Tricia Geisendorfer, Jr. Dress Revue. Both received Dress Revue Medals sponsored by Simplicity Pattern Co., Inc. Tara is the daughter of Larrs" and Mary McConnell and Tricia is the daughter of John and Nancy Geisendorfer. Both are from Monticello 4-H Club. Lewis Co. 4-H'ers Julie Levengood and Lori Petefish were recognized for giving demonstrations at the 4-H building during the Missouri State Fair. Leona Hinton, 4-H leader, presented the certificates to Julie, a member of the Pink Prairie 4-H Club, and Lori, member of the Ten Mile 4-H Club. 4-H Table Setting award went to Shawn Tiemann of Walnut Grove 4-H Club. Shawn, daughter of Roger and Nancy Tiemann of LaGrange, was awarded a special hand-painted bell for having the top exhibit in the 4-H Table Setting Contest during 4-H Achievement Day. Veva Curtis made the presentation on behalf of Charles and Wanda Eubank of Shelbina, sponsors of the award. Sharlet Kern of the Oyster Prairie 4-H Club was named the 1985 Farm Bureau Foods Cookbook recipient. Lynnette Hamlin, 1985 Lewis Co. Farm Bureau Queen, made the presentation. The Lewis Co. Farm Bureau awards this cookbook to one of the outstanding 4-H'ers who submits a National Report Form in the Foods Project area. Sharlet is the daughter of Eugene and Beverly Kern of Ewing. National Report Form 4-H County medals were awarded as follows: Lori Goehl - Achievement, Crochet, Home Grounds. and Foods Preservation: Aaron Petefish - Sheep; Darla Lay - Crafts: Sharlet Kern - Food-Nutrition; Ross Krueger - Livestock, Agriculture; Michael Levengood Art, Crafts, Agriculture, Photography; Beth Feld- kamp - Food-Nutrition; C. L. Legg - Beef: Julie Levengood Clothing, Crafts, Food,Nutrition; Jamie Knapp - Clothing: Barry Geisendorfer - Swine, Shown Tieman Dog Care and Training; Lori Petefish - Sheep; and Jason Legg - Horsemanship. Ten Mile 4-H Club receive recogni- tion for its work in two 4-H activity areas. They received a 4-H Safety Activity patch from the General Motors Company and a 4-H Health Activity Certificate from the Eli Lilly Company. recognizing their participa- tion in these activities. Each Ten Mile 4-H Club member was given a special 4-H safety patch: Special Leader Recognition was presented to 15 Lewis Co. 4-H leaders for their first year of service in the 4-H program. They were: Sally and Thomas Barickman, Pink Prairie 4-H; Jaynie Fellinger, Monticello 4-H; Phil Garkie, Walnut Grove 4-H; Mike Boyer. Walnut Grove 4-H; Dorita Hetzler. Pink Prairie 4-H; Gene Breeden, Williamstown 4-H; Alice Hopkins, Williamstown 4-H; Barbara and John Brumett, Pink Prairie 4-H; Greg Jennings, Walnut Grove 4-H; Lola McDermott, Benjamin 4-H; and Robbie Tallent, Walnut Grove 4-H. All received certificates in recognition of their work. Five Year Special Leader recogni- tion was presented by the Lewis Co. 4-H Junior Leaders. Seven Lewis Co. 4-H leaders received 5-year project leadership pins and certificates. They were LuAnn Knapp, Oyster Prairie 4-H; Kathy Schuetz, Pink Prairie 4-H; Mary Brown, Ten Mile 4-H; Roger Job, Walnut Grove 4-H: Daniel Griesbaum, Walnut Grove 4-H; Ray McSorley, Benjamin 4-H; and Bobble Toops, Williamstown 4-H. Ten year pins and certificates were presented to six 4-H Lewis Co. leaders. They were Joyce Feldkamp, Pink Prairie 4-H; Dova Geisendorfer, Monticello 4-H; Martha Campen, Pink Prairie 4-H; Shirley Lay, Monticello 4-H; Pat Vice, Pink Prairie 4-H; and Frances jennings, Walnut Grove 4-H. Sharon Krueger of the Monticello 4-H Club and Norman Adams of the Pink Prairie 4-H Club were awarded 'TO00 .LUrdB the 15 year diamond pin and certificate. Outstanding 1985 Male 4-H project leader was Eugene Kern of Oyster Prairie 4-H. Oustanding 1985 Female 4-H project leader went to Beverly Kern of Oyster Prairie 4-H. Marcia and Ronald Levengood of Pink Prairie 4-H were selected as the 1985 Outstanding Husband and Wife 4-H Leadershp Team. 1985 Lewis Co, Oustanding 4-H Community Leader was Betty Lillard of Walnut Grove 4-H Each were presented with a certifi- ca re. Several 4-H'ers were congratulated for their participation in a number of state 4-H events and contests. Terri Curtis, of Walnut Grove 4-H, was a member of the Mark Twain Area 4-H Horse Judging Team that participated in the state contest. Terri was high individual in the contest. Steven Berhorst of Walnut Grove served on the 4-H Horse Bowl Team that went to the state 4-H contest in Columbia. 1985 Recognition Night Committee was made up of the Ten Mile, Walnut Grove and Benjamin 4-H Clubs. Other clubs assisting were Lewistown, Williamstown, Oyster Prairie, Monti- cello and Pink Prairie. Former PNJ writer places in magazine contest Tamara Mahr Browning, a Palmyra native who currently resides in East Orange, N.J., recently placed 31st of 790 entrants in the 1985 Writer's Digest Article Writing Competiton. The competition recognizes "the best, the brightest, the most salable" writers from throughout the world. Browning's article, dealing with mental health of black families, is to appear in Black Family Magazine. Browning is employed by National Religious Broadcasting, an organiza- tion that includes the Christian l'Oadcasting Network (CBN), and recently was promoted to the position of assistant editor of Religious Broadcasting Magazine. She is a 1977 graduate of Palmyra .High School and 1981 graduate of Culver-Stockton College. She served as an intern for the Press-News Journal. She and her husband, Ron, reside at 64 Dodd Street, East Orange, N.J. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gilbert Mahr of Palmyra. The size of the Missouri House and Senate, the length of the legislative session and the functions of the Lt. Governor's office are just some of the issues being examined by a House Interim Subcommittee on Governmen- tal Review. At its first three of a series of public hearings scheduled across the state, the subcommittee heard testi- mony on these issues and others from citizens' groups, commerce organiza- tions, professors, and Lt. Governor Harriet Woods herself. According to Subcommittee Chair- man Estil Fretwell (D-Canton), none of the issues are causing a public outcry for change, though several suggestions have been made. "We've had some ideas about these issues from interested parties," he said, "but to say that any one issue has led to public outcry, we haven't seen that so far." The interim subcommittee was appointed in August by Speaker of the House Bob-Griffin, who earlier stated that he would like to see the legislative session shortened to four months each year, instead of five-and-a-half months one year and four months the next. "I think that we can do all the work we need to do in four months," he said in a press conference on the closing day of the session that ended June 15. "I intend to make shorter sess;ons a priority of mine next year." The subcommittee also received testimony supporting shorter sessions from the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, which figured that shorten- ing the session by 24 days could save Nov. 15 deadline for some FCIC crop planting November 15 is the final planting date for insured barley and wheat in most Missouri counties, according to Howard Sjogren, Field Operations Office director for the Federal Crop insurance Corporation (FCIC). The final planting date is Nov. 30 for 21 southwestern Missouri counties. Insured barley and wheat with a Nov. 15 planting date must he reported by Nov. 30 and those with a Nov. 30 planting date must be reported by Dec. 15 in order to receive full crop insurance coverage. The acreage report reflects the actual acreage planted and reported by the farmer. "During the growing season, if damage occurs, notice should be given promptly," Sjogren said. taxpayers approximately $180,000. The change, along with many of the others being discussed, would require a constitutional amendment approved by the voters in order to he effective. In Springfield, the subcommittee heard from two political science professors who supported reducing the size of the House.Currently, there are 163 members in the Missouri House of Representatives. The professors, one from Southwest Missouri State Univer- sity and one from Drury College, suggested reducing the number to around 100. They felt that the smaller number would stil[l be able to represent adequately and effectively, while saving taxpayers money. At a St. Louis round-table discussion, committee members heard from Missouri's Lt. Governor Harriet Woods, who suggested that her position could be more focused, though she would like it to remain responsive to the needs of Missourians. By law, the duties required of the Lt. Governor are to succeed the governor if disabled or disqualified, to preside over the Senate and to serve on the Board of Public Buildings. 00COMP BUD MILLER MOTOR CO. 1983 Citation H.B. 4-dr., V-6, Auto., PS & PB tilt, air, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. 15xxx miles. $5,895. 1982 Ford Escort GL 4-dr., 4 cyl., Auto., PS & PB rear defroster, air, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. 42xxx miles. $4,595. 1977 Chev. Caprice Landau 2-dr., 8 cyl., air, PS & PB, P. windows, power door locks, tilt, cruise, AM-FM. Local 1 owner. $1,995.. 1974 Dodge 3/4 ton 4 x 4 4-speed, V-8, PS, PB, heavy springs, trailer hook-up, camper shell, radio. $1,995. Your Chevrolet-Okls Dealer in Canton Mort.-Friday 8-a.m.- 5 p.m. CANTON, MISSOURI CASH'n CARRY Sot. 8 a.m. -noon EXTERIOR LATEX FLAT HOUSE PAINT WHITE use on most exterior Sale Price seda.= b.., ONLY --'-, sggg Save $6.00 ea. Let us"Unpaint" your house with Gold Bond Vinyl Siding. VINYL LATEX FLAT PAINT OFF WHITE Sale Price ONLY S999 P"' Save $6.00 r MACHINE. , AND SAVB* "r INSULATION me.r--=- HIGHR-VALUE LOWCOS NO CUTTING NO GAPS 'INSULA TE YOUR HOME LIKE THE PROFESSIONALS DO IT/. .. .... "- ..g,.,,, ,o..,  aWA o,emco,m 11 _ . AA.I_ I ,, ,,,s ..... ',.-'_qL ]qll 25Ft=M-U Good Thru nov.xuTnl00 ..... .:-. 0.- s,,a  :, Lu. BAG Double 5" c,=- $539s. WHITE UMITED UFETIME TRANSFERRABLE WARRANTY! "E" ECONOMY INSULAT[O :z=:--4l|lJIl.. .... DOOR IEPLACEMENT Self-Storing WINDOW iiZ," r,.  ,, m, , I[,Y- ----H( .o.,  =,,.=st ,,,I..   H _..,L;- I.II .st,,, .or.., o,-m .j  .  it ilfl I:.ll .R.ms sam (.rCm)  I!!jllm,J[ .Sell-mrlmg Im iron // Lit M l|ll .F..-m. z ll.., .,v.,, | "l.=..d,,k ..m --= I1 ( tt .v,.,=,,..,. ( .r, d  ,. .... , ,:.-:: / Glass Size [ 24" x 20"- s175 I If