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wy 27,! "Oldest thriving town in the Panhandler" Thursday, February 3, 1994 Vol 5, Number 5 94704O ISSN 1048-8170 i Reception Set VOters are invited to a reception for Jim Shelton, Candidate for Attorney for the 100th Judicial District--Carson, Childress, and Hall counties. The reception will be held at the Activity Center on Sunday, February 6, 1994 to 4:00 p.m. has served as the 100th L Attorney since September after being appointed by Ann Richards to that Prior to becoming Dis- Jim was Assistant Attorney under David as well as Donley County y Pro Tern. an was born and raised in and has continuously his residence in the nce return- area to practice law in lived and maintained practice in Clarendon MR. AND MISS CJHS, Taruh Tamplea and Walker McAnear Icy County Chamber of Commerce from 1987-1990; and he has served as a Director of the Clarendon Country Club from 1988-1992. Jim and his family are active in the Clarendon United Methodist Church where Jim served as Chair- man of the Council on Ministries from 1991-1993. im graduated from s High School in 1976 and s Tech University in he graduated with in 1980. He his law degree at Texas School of Law in us a member of the State Texas. Jim served as a mem- the State Bar of Texas Dis- ; Committee from He currently is Presi- the Texas District and ALLiOn. I|m tit a member of the Lions Club, having ,agil pr.fom.,lggT- allmtor of the Don- Dedication Postponed rLe dedication of The Taylor akes Unit of the Playa Lakes Wildlife Management Area was postponed due to the un- pleasant weather. The dedication was planned for 4.-00 p.m. Monday, Feb 1 but meratures were HeM awards assembly was held on the Clarendon High School on January 21, 1994 to honor several Clarendon Junior Mike Word, principal presented awards to the following r Hearn, Runner-up-Jill Hicks; Basketball King-Derek Shields, Runner-up-tie between Nathan Tim Turmoil; 8th Grade Basketball Queen-Melisse Campbell, 8th Grade Basketball King-Brent Gaines, Run- .-Clemmie Smith; 6th Grade Class Favorites-Kala Holland and Gar- ms, Runner-ups- tie between Catherine Chamberlain, American and Seth Scale; 7th Grade Class Favorites-Tiffany Hollan and Derek Runner-ups-JUl Hicks and Ebony Buffer;, 8th Grade Class Brent Gaines, Rmmer-ups-Tarah Tamplen and ;Miss CJHS-Tarah Tamplen, Runner-up-Melisse Campbell; alker McAnear, Runner-up-Julius Gray. Almost Here! only a few digits above zero that morning, and the roads from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Office in Amarillo and the Taylor Lakes Unit in Lelia lake were icy. Officials with the TP&amp;W ex- pect to reschedule the event in more pleasant weather. The tree lakes in the unit are technically not playa lakes, but they are an tmportant site for waterfowl who also me the playas. The lakes were purchased for wildlife habitat by the Playa Lakes Joint Venture, a joint effort of federal and state agencies and private interests. The 520-acre area is ex- pected to boost the local economy by bringing in tourists, including photographers, bird watchers and naturalists. It should also help in- crease wildfowl numbers, which will aid hunters in surrounding areas. The geese did not seem to mind the chilly temperatures. Hey K/ds!/t00 Monday, February 7, will be the first in a twelve week series of storytelling hours for Don- Icy County children at Burton their file before they can be taken. This year you will need to bring proof of income and some form of identification. A utifity bill Mammography Unit Coming to Clarendon The Mobile Mammography Unit will be in Clarendon Monday, February 14, from 10 am. to 2:30 p.m. at the Clarendon Medi- cal Center Clinic on Highway 70 North. Exams are done by appoiut- ment only. For information or to schedule appointments call (800) 377-HOPE (4673) or (806) 359- 4673. The unit is from the Don and Sybll Harrington Cancer Center Courts Send Felons to Prison In keeping with the national mood of "get tough with criminals", Donely County courts have sent several local residents to prison. The office of District Attor- ney Jim Shelton reports that Raymond Ballard had his proba- tion revoked on two counts of burglary of a building, as well as additional time on new forgery charges. He got four years. Sherry Smith got five years the court re.raked her proba- tibn for tampering with govern- ment records. In separate action, she was indicted for burglary of a ii ill i iiiiii iiii FFA Members Enter Show renty two FFA members om Donley County will join and High Plains Baptist Hospital The total cost of of the screening is $70. This ;-dudes the X- ray, physical breast exam, and the radiology fee for reading the mammogram. Funding has been provided by the Texas Department of Health to allow for free breast screenings to women who qualify. The major goal of the clinic is the early detection of breast can- eer. The clinic provides low cost screening which includes a breast exam by a registered nurse trained in breast cancer detection, teach- tug of breast self examination, and a mammogram. CmTently, the most effective method known to win the battle against breast cancer is early detec- habitation and burglary of a build- ing. Rodney Smith was given four years deferred adjudication for theft over $750, as well as an $800 fine. Donnie Harris and Brennita Ballard each took five years deferred adjudication and $500 fines for forgery. Lakeva But- ler Johnson pied on aggravated as- sault charges and got two years deferred adjudication and a $100 fine. t.ion. Early detection is best done by following the guidelines recom- mended by the American Cancer Society for breast cancer screening for women who have no signs or symptoms of breast cancer. The guidelines are: 1. Learn breast self-examina- tion and practice it every month. 2. Have a physical examina- tion every year. 3. Have a mammogram ac- cording to the recommendations bv age: Age 40 One baseline mammogram 40 to 49 A mammogram every 1 to 2 years 50 and over Yearly mammograms Buddy and Francis Harris were each indicted on charges of Aggravated Assault. Jerry Lucero was indicted on Retaliation char- ges. The District Attorney's Of. rice and the Grand Jury also pur- sued four cases of Felony DWI, with indictments handed down on Raymond Edward Winkle, Ar- mando Leal, David Ray Fricks and Edward Eugene Dawklns. There were 13 new cases in all. other 4-H and FFA members from 8th GRADE BASKETBALL  ud Queen, Meilssa CampheH ud throughout Texas for showingcom- lkmt Galas petition at the upcoming Houston Livestock Show, February 19 through March 6 at the AstrohalL These FFA and 4-H exhibitors compete in one of two divisions of the Houston Livestock Show- the junior show division. The other division, the open shOW, attracts ors from the world's agricultural industry, who are primarily professional breeders and ranchers. Entries in both the open and junior shows combine with horse show entries to make the Houston Livestock Show the world's largest. Local students attending are: Hedley IA: Jennifer Carson, Quail, - market barrow, Nicholas Clubb - market barrow, Michael Gay - market barrow, Jana Hill - market steer and market barrow, David Neely, Quail, - Market lamb, James Lee Potts, Hedley - market steer and market barrow, Dr/bb/ers Meeting Set The Clarendon Little Drib- blers Organization will meet Thursday, February 3rd at 6.0 p.m. at the Church of Christ Family Life Center. All interested parents and coaches are encouraged to at- tend. or Texas Drivers Liceuse will worL Memorial Library from 4:00-5.0 Josh Talley- market steer, Christina Woodard - market barrow. [OrC Robbie Hill and Carlene p.m. Such a fun time! Parents, be Clarendon FFA: Chad Dance Hollarwill be in Hedley on Friday, s t.e ,to mark this date on your Campbell - market barrow, Jason 'v L/_,LJ.,January 21, 1994, at 10 a.m. to do child s calendar.  Christopher - market barrow, D J. he ,r ed  time once again to recertify the recertificationforthosefolks. Edwards - market steer and market Schedul r Commodities. It will save barrow, Ronna Edwards- market .You will come by the court- barrow, Clint Green - market bar- T o Citizens Dance will m Clarendon prior to Friday, row, David Green - market barrow, be held Tuesday, February 8, 18, 1994, to take care of t,CJ[MJ,rl,,J Justin GriEm - market barrow, 1994 at the Clarendon Community ?er. Ifyou de not recertif7 Tyson Harvey - market barrow, Building on North Ayers Street. .. fmen, you will be requlred to Fund Johnny Hogsatt- market barrow, Jim and Ruby will he sphming good Jennifer R. Jackson - market bar- country music from 7 to 10 p.m. | and the F  s fore you can receive your row, Cody Lewis - market barrow, Bring finger food for intermission. - .i 00//shed Darcy MeAnest- market barrow. Admission is $2.00 per person. IUey will be distributing on F'een 4-H members from Everyone is invited to attend. . this year, on February 18, Donley County will also be attend- L iS, June 17, Alust 19, Oc- & memorial scholarship fund ing Houston  GED Class To l, and December 16in 1994. z-'xas been established at First stock Show. They are as follows: |- , .r.meone besides the in- Bank & Trust of Clarendon in Missie.u00 Be Held )- pal is picking up the items, memory of A.J. Garland. The steer, Zach Butts, Clarendon - must be a new signed note in founders of this fund hope it will ......... market steer and market barrow, grow in years to come. Chad Campbell,Clarendon - ' Anyone wishing to contribute market steer, Melisse Campbell, /"TED Classes are being held on to this memorial can do so by con- Clarendon- market steer, Christel ""Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. at tactingJimmyL.clarendon, Texas,Garland'79226 orBX947by call- Shields  KI lind Qlmm, Cindy Hmm  Din'ok Jerry Green, Clarendon- market Material and practice tests 7rllGP, ADE Green, Chxendon - market steer, Clarendon Elementary rcm 109. ing (806)874-3556 or Marion D. steer, Denny R. Howard, Claren- provided. ] Garland, Box 60, Sunray, Texas VFW ' ltemYh: marketmarketdon " market steer and market bar'barrow,and Michaelmarket Lane, " Youth , T@xmlL 79086, phone number (806)948- row, Mark J. Howard, Clarendon- e Texas Department of 4218. the City . steer barrow, Church p'lealth is holding an im- Breakfast Set Christie,  with her Paula Kay Jackson, Clarendon- Cookie S ttion clinic in Clarendon, F/sh/ng j[J/'s husband Nelson Christie, taughton ...,,I,,..., parY 14 from9.12a.m, and 14 willbe serving Breakfast, the Navajo Indian Reservation at Coat'd on p. 2. tNthea, hMedical Ceuter, High. Saturday, February 5, 1994  Arizona fo 23 years from 6 to 9 am. Public is invited to well qealified to speak of Navajo )/f ookie sale on February 12 w "'be held at B & R Thriftway. [rhis clinic is offering vac- exas Parks & W'ddlife reports attend. and customs. The Pablie is Ltt+... "giv e Proten against " that the water at Lake Green-  w ' mrdiay invited to attend. / are taking orders for cookies or anyPiZza size ckies will be sld" They P  diseases such as belt is clear, 42 degrees, 4 feet low-, [0 t:+:::'.'.':.:-:.+..:.:.:::.::.:"..!; ......... i<.:.:!:+::.::.:!.:!, altt& special valentine message to be _P., diphtheria, lock jaw blackbassareslow;whitebassare .; .... .,ot,. [:::i::i!!!ii!ii:i!i:!::i!:i:i:!:!:!:i:!:!:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:!:;!:ii TIo+ Cla.ndonMAs. made by February 14. Call 874- EMtls), whooping cough (per- good with some llmits on slabs and Ueg Set [i i!!i !! sociation will meet M.onday, 2320. Plain chocolate chip cookies hm sles, rubella, mumps, minnows in 42-50 feet of water; February 7, at 7:00 p.m. m the are $7.50. Decorated cookies will 0 be $8.50. 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