FAMILIES, BUSINESSES SHOULD BE RECOGNIZED

To the editor: As a boy, I grew up in Knightsville, the home of Banjo (Jim Wallace), founder of the Wallace Bros. Disposal Service. Some 80 years later, well just take a look as you exit the city...

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Bros: Bros were a British band active in the late 1980s and early 1990s, consisting of twin brothers Matt Goss and Luke Goss along with Craig Logan. Formed in 1986, they were managed by former Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins.
Disposal: A disposal occurs in Australian rules football when a player either kicks or handballs the football. A disposal is not counted if a player fumbles or illegally disposes the ball. A correct handball is when the football is punched with a clenched fist.