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Beginning April 4, 1994, the library will be opened from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays, and from 9:00 a.m.-l:00p.m, on Satur- days. Are the stories of "Cinderel- la" and "The Three Little Pigs" favorites of your children? Whether they are or not, your child is sure to enjoy TheRough Face Girl and The Three Little Javelinas, two of the lovely new youth books that similiar circumstances with two cruel older sisters. She is able to succeed in a heartwarming way where her beautiful sisters failed. The Three Little Javelinas, charmingly written by Susan Lowell, is a Southwest version of "Three Little Pigs". Instead of con- flict with a wolf, their enemy is a hungry coyote. Their homes are made of tumbleweeds, cacti, and adobe with a setting in Arizona. At the end of the book, an interesting note on the story from the author mentions that some of her sources for the book include Coyote fables told by southwestern Indians. Another appealing book for your young reader is Brother Eagle, Sister Sky. The message, with paint- ings by international artist, Susan Jeffers, is a speech given by Chief Seattle, one of the bravest and most respected Indian Chiefs of the Northwest Nations during the 1850's. He gave this speech during treaty negotiations with the United States government. He reveals the love and concern that his people felt for the earth and its environ- ment with a simplicity and sincerity that both you and your children will understand and appreciate. The Indians' feelings concerning their relationship with every part of na- ture is beautifully expressed and leaves no doubt about the extent that these Native Americans valued their surroundings. Your children's time would be well spent in reading these three books. If your elementary children irsday Thursday, Apri! 7nio ] Dear Editor, ttlze The first thing I would like to do is congratulate the voterJ County, who in spite of the awful weather, on March 8, I out to the polls to exercise their constitutional right to vote. There are 2367 registered voters in our country. There were 769 who voted in the Primary elections this is 32.5 percent. 519 voted in the Democratic Primary and 250 voted in the Republican Primary. The Secretary of State predicted a primary turn-out percent. We understand that it was less than we predicted. Both Republicans and Democratic Parties are having tions on Tuesday, April 12th, 1994. Many of the polling consolidated. The polling place locations are listed on bulletin board. We Republicans only have one (1) polling place for election. It will be at the Burton Memorial Library at Clarendon. There are two (2) state-wide office races to be Republican run-off primary ballot. 1. ATI'ORNEY GENERAL 2. JUDGE OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 2 There are two District Judges in a face-offin I run-off for Attorney General. I believe Judge Don Wittig is! qualified. In the Appeals Court Judge race, my choice is Dallas County Prosecutor, but it is your choice that counts; thati vote on April 12th. All register voters who voted in the who did not vote in either primary are invited to exercise right, and vote at the Library on April 12th. As the early, if you choose, at the county Clerk's office through Remember, voting in each and every election is a good habit! Floyd Ramsey Donley Co. Republican Chairman Uonley County Hospital District Candidates Place 4: Vicky Robertson (incumbent); Place 6: Johnny E. Leathers (incumbent); Place 7: Doyle Burton Memorial Library has are looking for something unusual =-The ..N co k recently received, to present in their next school book The Rough Face Girl by Rare report, these might be exactly what ,[/';r Jeanne Barton Downtown Clarendon Martin is taken from Algonquin In- they're looking for. Why not check (li dian folklore. The rough face girl it out? ",:-'--,,, All-Breed. Dog = parallels Cinderella who meets '/'  Grooming T-Shirts For Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 00oin qls in 0000isCninfl Sale ) 00ur00,,,atos yO;O ]Rronco are now ,) j ,, ,', 874-2646 or 874-2497 Carrie mothers sell- "J :'=* ..... Uing t-shirts that display the '94 , YOt00 00irt00dfa popularSeasn accomplishments, theand the namesSaying of"HooPthe coachesthere itand is" players who gave such an exciting (9f season. What a keepsake. Shirts are now available in Our Re_utationp  V maroon or white in sizes medium, large, x-large, or xx-large. Cost of is S the shirt is $15.00. 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