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Page 2 New Law Announcer Ajuew law that goes into effect anuary 1, 1994, will eliminate the need for commercial vehicle operators to have thei commercial vehicles undergo dual inspections. The new inspection program, to be overseen by the The shock, the anguish, the damage-- the results of a crash far outweigh the time you save by driving too fast. It's a fact that your chances of seriously injuring someone increase the faster you go. And when you drive too fast for conditions, you make things even worse. A crash like this can happen in a heartbeat. And if it does, it will change your life forever. US trr of Tr The Clartnb0n :ws Texas Department of Public Safety, will combine the U.S. Department of Transportation inspection with the State of Texas safety inspection. Beginning January 1, inspec- tions obtained at other than an of- ficial commercial Texas State In- spection will not be accepted. Commercial motor vehicle means any self-propelled or towed vehicle except a farm vehicle with a gross weight, registered weight or gross weight rating of less than 48,000 pounds used on a public highway to transport passengers or property when: the vehicle or com- bination of vehicle has a gross weight, registered or gross weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds; or the vehicle is designed to transport more than 15 people in- eluding the driver; or the vehicle is used to transport an amount of haz- ardous materials requiring placarding under the federal Haz- ardous Materials Transportation Act. Clinic Set The Texas Department of Health will have an im- m-niTtion clinic offering vaccines that give protection against several childhood diseases, January 10, from 9 am. to 12 and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Medical Center, Hwy 70 North. Protection is against polio, diphtheria lock jaw (tetanus), whooping cough (per- tussis), measles, rubella, mumps, and HIB (Haemophilus Influenzae Type B). @ 00nn,. @ Barber Shop 110 S. Keamey [Next to Owens Boot Shop] We appredate your bu=dne! .' ...... I111 I II I I I I! (" Clarendon's Whats Cooking at School Menu January 10-14 Breakfast Monday: Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Tuesday: Pancakes, Juice, Milk Wednesday: Cinnamon Rolls, Juice, Milk Thursday: Pancakes, Juice, Milk Friday: Eggs, Gravy & Biscuits, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday." Corndogs, French Fries, Blackeyed Peas, Jello, Milk Tuesday:. Beef Stew w/Veg., Crackers or Cornbread, Salad, Cookie, Milk Wednesday: Turkey & Rice Casserole, Green Beans, Hot Rolls, Fruit, Milk Thursday: Spaghetti w/Meat & Sauce, Hot Rolls, Salad, Fruit, Milk Friday: Chili Burgers w/Cheese, Tator Tots, Salad, Cherry Cobbler, Milk 1, START THE YEAR00 WITH THESE SAVINGS PRICES EFFECTIVE Highway 287 West JANUARY 5-12, 1994 Clarendon, Texas HAM, EGG & BISCUIT FOR ONLY 89 A II R.AVOI DORITOS GRAB BAGS W,m,, If you haven't had a mammogram, you need more than your breasts examined. IGUtJm me SHURFINE SUGAR 4 LB. BAG $1.39 ALLSUP'S MILK 1 GALLON $1.99 FOLGERS COMBO OF THE P+tONTH WILSON OR DECKER FRANKS 12 OZ, PACKAGE $. 49 SHURFINE LARGE EGGS $. 79 DOZEN HOT POCKETS FOR ONLY PAPER TOWELS BtURRNE APPLE CIDER ALLSUP'$1.8 IS. LOAF SANDWICH BREAD PEPSI- COLA $1.99 BAHOUET POT PIES $. 49 SHURFINE CANNED VEGETABLES CORN, PEAS, HOMINY, GREEN BEANS 3/$.99 2 CHIMICHANGAS 00B00IBE00T00)I sA A TALLSUP FOR ONLY MONEY ORDERS F.NI FOR ONLY I II II IIll I I I Ill Ill Illllllll Illll Night Courses Offered Clarendon College will offer a series of adult vocational computer courses at the main cam- pus in Claredon. The first offering will begin January 13 and cover lotus 1-2-3, the second course will be Word Perfect which begins February 13 and the final offering will be Computer Desktop Publish- ing. The courses will be held from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. each Thursday night during the time frame indi- cated. Students may take all three offerings or just one. The course may also be taken for academic credit. For more information con- tact the registrar's office at 806- 874-3571. This spot is Reserved for your ad next week. I lished weekly for $16.50 per year in Donley County and $20.00 per year out-of-county, by Bob Williams, dba The Clarendon Press, 103 s. Kear- ney, Clarendon, Texas 79226. Second-class postage paid at Clarendon, Texas 79226- 1110. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Classified ads are $4.75 for the first 15 words or less and 15 cents per word for each additional word. Boxes or special typography are extra. Standard display rates are $3.40 per SAU column inch. Engagement, wedding, birthday, and anniversary pictures are $5.0t) each. Pic- tures submitted for publica- tion should be picked up within 10 days after publica- lion. Deadlines for news and articles are normally Mon- day at 5:00 p.m. Pictures must be taken by Friday at 5:00 p.m. The deadline may be altered fop holidays. Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be glad- ly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. MEMBER TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Thursday, January 6, 199 Fh u r s OR CHILD'S HEALTPI JOt/ Survey Shows Parents Want Simplified Immunization Process (NAPS)--A recent Gallup sur- vey confirms that public under- standing of preventable childhood diseases needs to improve if the U.S. is to increase its national immunization rate, which lags behind 69 other countries for chil- dren under age two. The survey also reveals that many parents would be more inclined to have their children fully immunized if they could get the same protection with fewer injections--a wish that recently became reality with the U.S. introduction of a new four-in- one combination pediatric vaccine. "The lack of awareness and education for diseases such as Haemophilus b disease is just one of the hurdles we face as the inci- dence of certain childhood illness- es in this country rises," said Virginia Burggraf of the American Nurses Association (ANA), which co-sponsored the survey with Lederle-Praxis Biologicals. "Be- yond education about disease, par- ents need to krow more about pediatric vaccines, how often they should be administered and their side effects." The survey found that many parents are not knowledgeable about vaccines, and are not aware that multiple doses are needed to provide adequate protection. In addition, some parents are reluc- tant to immunize Lheir children because of the traunta a child may experience with immunizations. Survey respondents overwhelm- ingly (86 percent) said they would I ' SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS I A majority of parents were not aware that their child requirl immunization against nine serious diseases soon after birth. FI example, 59 percent of respondents didn't know that children shou receive their first immunizations against pertussis (whooping cougl a potentially fatal disease, by two months of age. Thirty-six percent of parents mistakenly believe that Haemophih b disease (meningitis) vaccine protects children in one visit. Forty-seven percent of respondents were not aware that polio contagious. Thirty-six percent and 32 percent, respectively, of parents su veyed did not realize measles and pertussis can be fatal. Let's Talk Trees The Donley County Soil and Water Conservation District are taking orders for trees and will continue to do so until the later'. of February. The deadline of December 15th was for the Austrees old In the evergreen trees, they are offering some varieties this year have not been available in the past. They have the Blue Cone Arvoe be more inclined to have thd adae ( children immunized if they eotl get the same protection wi fewer injections. I In the hopes of increasield immunization rates, a new vl[3: cine was developed to prot,ll against four diseases with Omv injection. Recently licensed by t U.S. Food and Drug Administ: Cz'a tion (FDA), TETRAMUNE ' (Di[ ma theria and Tetanus Toxoids a[an. Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed a a Haemophilus b Conjugate Vaeciiem (Diphtheria CRMI9 7 Protein C(4 j ugate) protects against diphtlan., ria, tetanus and pertussis (who  P ing cough) and Haemophilu!'am disease with a series of sinitu injections. |enl "Fewer shots--four instead io eight--are required with TETI MUNE, which will cause less an ety for both children and th 33 parents," said Jill Hackell, M.: ne director, Clinical Resear(lldi Lederle-Praxis Biologicals, ll- company that developed and '.larl tributes the vaccine. Mr: Minor and temporary siie Clar effects affcer the administration g26 Bo( TETRMUNE are similar to the sir rder of entity vaccines. As with the inllool E, vidual vaccines, more seriotdlll t S adverse reactions may rarely oe Sethodi: While significant steps being taken to address low imn  Confe nization rates in the U.S., a vnited i need remains for better and mdlOved t education about the importance! Su: immunization and the seriousn blighter of childhood disease. }, Texa Col !azel V [exas; 6; randchi e MR [Gra, IN| Pete he Yednes, ;oo0ma z, Colo Y, Pas murch ! erment emetel Obert OE MI l.m. on lar-l ess. Sh, Japanese Black Pine, Keteller Juniper and the Leyland Cypress. In the deciduous trees, they have the Chinese Fringe Tree. This r,n2 beautiful and unusual tree for small spaces. Also, they are offering7  Golden Rain Tree. This tree has yellow flowers in the summer with lan f, " m i; ['e _ like seed pods. hl 89 : If they can help you in any way with your tree needs please dro  le', the SCS office at 4th & Sully. 7  SWCD is a non-profit organization who's sole concern is the co. n Mar ration of our natural resources. SWCD is in no way in competition witln,. local nurseries. Trees are sold for wildlife and windbreak protection. !is"B fington receed ,nine S Repairs, Remodeling, Additions, Concrete Work. Large & Small Jobs or New House Construction. Call Dickie Bennett 874-2362 FAM Sweaters... your wardrobe's best friend. Few items in your wardrobe are so versatile and becoming as a pretty sweater. Whether it's a jumbo knit, smart cardigan, or casual pullover, we'll clean each beautifully. Your sweater's best friend is... Greenbelt Cleaners 874-5024 A member of the International Fabricare Institute, the association of professional drycleaners and launderers.