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Clarendon, Texas
January 6, 1994     The Clarendon Enterprise
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January 6, 1994

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6, lursday" January 6, 1993 gbt Clarnben tws staff, residents and families enjoy the sounds of the Band. :.endedL mgw 00/ledical Center News ,w red th. od 1 bThe Medical Center Activity Department would like to apologize for en phi. the delay of their news article due to staff illness and holiday fes- r are ities. The residents enjoyed the program put on bythe Clarendon Kinder- mers December 16th. They sang a variety of Christmas songs and the dents faces were filled with joy. Before their departure they each gave \\; e residents a great big Christmas Hug! They would like to say thank you ! ) Ithese little people for the love and happiness they brought to their home //Dis holiday season.  The residents annual Christmas Party was a big hit and all had a derful time. The meal for the evening was provided by the family ers which consisted of finger sandwiches, chips, dip, and an assort- of sweets. While eating the residents enjoyed the music provided by Panhandle Goodtimers. Frankle McKinney was Santa Clause for the and passed out gifts to the residents. He certainly brought the ' cheer with him. December 31st the residents enjoyed their New Year's Eve Party. All in the dining room for their choice of homemade vanilla or ice cream. All are looking forward to a Happy New Year and are in store for each and everyone. To Safely Change Your Antifreeze (NAPS)--Below freezing tern- can damage your car's or engine unless you have installed effective anti- reeze and coolant. Antifreeze protect your car three ways. it helps prevent freeze-ups in ed use. Therefore, expert recom- mend that car owners change their antifreeze annually or every 24,000 miles to protect a car's cooling system and to neutralize the acid-producing corrosive by- products of engine operation. "Just as a single antacid tablet can absorb only o much acid in your stomach, the inhibitors in antifreeze can neutralize only so much acid in your car," explains Joel Adamson, director of market- ing for Safe Brands Corporation. Safe Brands produces SIERRA Antifreeze and Coolant, a safer new antifreeze formulated with propylene glycol (PG) instead of ethylene glycol (EG), the main ingredient in conventional anti- freeze brands. Unlike EG anti- freeze, PG-based SIERRA i essen- tially non-toxic and safer for children, pets and wildlife in the environment. Safe Brands offers these tips for changing your car's antifreeze. *Carefully drain the cooling system, collect the used coolant in a labeled container and dispose of it properly. Remember not to remove the radiator cap when the engine i hot. *Flush the cooling system com- pletely by filling the radiator with water and SIEIA Radiator Safety Flush. Then, run the engine for 30 minutes with the heater on. Drain the cooling system again and dispose of this fluid safely. Remember to take care with hot fluids. *Inspect your cooling system for sign of wear; tighten clamps and replace hoses if necessary. *Refill the system with the proper mix of antifreeze and water. A 50/50 blend of SIERRA and water has a freezing point of-26F. Increase the concentra- tion of antifreeze to protect the engine in lower temperatures. Test SIERRA' freeze point protec- tion with a PG hydrometer or refractometer or SIERRA Freeze Point Test Strips. *Dispose of all automotive chemicals safely. Environmental authorities recommend recycling used antifreeze. Check with local governmental environmental authorities such as the Envir- onmental Protection Agency be- fore disposing of antifreeze in your sewerage system and for more details regarding proper disposal. *Keep antifreeze away from children and pets and wipe up any conventional EG antifreeze pill. If ingested conventional antifreeze can be hazardous to children and fatal to pet. cold weather. Second, anti- , helps discharge heat when IL. s running in onQitions. The hard-working luid's third, but less well-known, ole is to prevent corroion that an lead to engine damage. Cold weather can cause the luid in your car's cooling system o freeze, expand and crack the 'adiator or engine block. The )roper ratio of antifreeze and 215 S Kearney rater prevents both liquids from Clarendon, TX 79226 eezing. L Antifreeze corrosion inhibitors sic******************************* come less effective with extend- , , -,,,..,=  .- ";- ,..f -,-. ." Clarendon Drama and Band Students .. Presents A IIIeI I i "Dinner Theater" Slim Fast Powder Diet Mix 5Oz. Sale P.ce 3,00 Less Mail In Rebate "3. 26 Gal. 10 CI., 33 Gttlf7 Ct., 39 GaL 5Ct; Sate Price 1.N Less Mail tn Rebate "1, 20 Ct. Sale P Kodak SUll:Wlllte Alkaline Satterle AA Or AAA 2 Pack. Sale Price 1,80 Less Mail tn Rebate -1J Final Cost Clairol Condition 3 In t , 1111 12 Oz, Sate Pdco 1.49 Less Mail In Rebate '1.0 Page 5 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I Less Mail . . N = | | | | | | | | I | | ic S Or y Starch 20 Oz, u l sa Pace 1.00 , Less Mail n 1, ' In Rebate " --. a l I I I I I II | I I I I I I I I I | Careflme Pmm|nerm a Assorted Types,  I Sale Pace I. | I j I I I I I I I I Saturday, January 15, 1994 .' 7:30 p.m. at the Barefield Center (Clarendon College) " Steak and trimmings $15.00 each Child's Plate $5.00 . Sunday, January 16, 1994 1:00 p.m. at the Barefield Center (Clarendon College) . -. Brisket and trimmings $12.00 each ,,_ Child's Plate $5. O0 " ,oz, | All meals cooked by the Bar H Dude Ranch . ..  "   "  . , Seating is limited to both productions  so buy your tickets ! ', ,ll, , I ;. Contact any band or drama students or call " |  any number listed below to purchase tickets. Katherine Williams: 874-2181 Eddie Hankins: 874-2562 or 874-5074 '" Julie James: 874-2776 : * .' Annette Osburn: 874-2753 2g. ", .. .. ..