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Page 4 :he Clarenen .tws 00o/)burAver3qe 00r/e/j/ 6 GENERATIONS (! to r) Janey Salzman, Nicole Harberson and mother Tina, Marie Jones, Opal Paschal and Joan McAfee. schedule a speaker for your group, Assault oo=aot Tralee Crisis' Center. There are only 56 sexual assault Awareness programs in Texas. Tralee is proud 24 Oz. to serve this community and the er Peanuts $299 Plant Or contact Laeey Sloan, S Month Set uoud President of TAASA, P.O. Box 684813, Austin, TX 78767 or voice .... The Texas Department of mail 512/445-1049. TAASA is an Coun "'''t. - ,. ,D  _  Health, Sexual Assault organization of sexual assault 18 Prevention and Crisis Services Pro- programs/rape crisis centers and 1 fr P ty. Shield --e--gram' and the Texas AssociatiOnAssault (TAASA) others who havej, oined together to_ , _ are ee an s Ao;.t .... l support caeda otlaer in their work ....... and to provide the tate of Texas are co-sponsoring me tteventn 9 ............ and its citizens with a central N E 1 Mon A ri11994 source of informataon on sexual as- or ew ssentla S O.mon,- " sault programs across the state will , --  -/--i .-,- -iP intensify their efforts to promote ,- . -= ..1 Burton Memo-  250 Count   public awareness of sexual assault u,=,, .... ,.,,,,,,== issues, including the need for r -a .... rr flee Filt citizen involvement in reducing t,mra ttours se.xnal assault Coy confronting rape I l_,lDrarytlours O e r S supportive attitudes rather than I Mondays- Fridays: .......... Monoays - rnoays: SO00-00adS 6 6 rely on.ely on me cr jus- 1 .... -..I,..- t: tom). and ,he no to n- 1 ,,,..p.m. crease community support for I Saturdays: agencies providing sexual assault 9.'00 a.m.-l:00 p.m.. crisis and educational services. For more information or t To $1 00 NOW OPE N aper wels :r: c'=27 "=$5 6C at our new location Highway 287 West -._- Coke, etc. .It ==,.,=llllttl (Nextto Sam Hill's Barbecue) // 12 Oz. (kange avored $99 " ; % , L.- Metamucil Li O 10 Plastic Hangers 99' 00000000 75 Sq. Ft. Cute Rite ed Paper 66 Health Mart G " Eq " lesn enerlc alva to Imodium Liquid 99 PbarnTacy 2OO 8. Keantey, clarendon, TX 79226 {806) S74-5201 *Senior CiKren Di.w.mmt *Health Mar is Heagtk Sma Open S-6 weefuys; 9-5 sanmys ftrm 9-2 .ur,.,n) Public Notice On February 22,1994, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company ("Southwestern Bell" or "Company") filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas ("Commission") to restructure the Company's Local Transport and Directory Transport categories of its Switched Access Service. This matter has been assigned to Docket No. 12784. The tariff sheets in Southwestern Bell's applica- tion, if approved, will bring the Company's intrastate Access Service Tadff into structural parity with the Company's interstate Tariff No. 73 for Local Transport. Southwestern Bell's companion interstate tariff became effective on January 1,1994. The transport rate elements provide for the transmission facili- ties between the cutomer's premises and the end office switch(es) where the customer's traffic is switched to onginate or terminate the customer's communications. Southwestern Bell proposes to implement the revised tanffs on a revenue neutral basis. Although the proposed tariff changes will affect all customers subscribing to Switched Access Service, the Local Transport and Directory Transport categones of Southwestern Bell's Switched Access Service is primarily for interexchange carders. If approved, this application will result in an increase in Southwestern Bell's revenues of approximately $1682.00 during the first year. Southwestern Bell proposes that the changes be effective on December 1,1994. Persons who wish to intervene in or comment upon these pro- ceedings should notify the commission as soon as possible, as an intervention deadline will be imposed. A request to intervene or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commis- sion of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757. Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission's Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256 or (512) 458-0221 for text telephone. The deadline for intervention in the proceeding is May 6, 1994. () Southwestern Bell Telephone Thursday, April 14, Lions Tale by Gent Alderson The Clarendon held its regular noon on Tuesday April 5, the Lions Hall with and one guest in lowing the meal, Jim Garland called the order and led the Pledge legiance. Lion Bill Lowe prayer. Lion Walt presented information on application by Grel Municipal and Industrial Authority to be used for ments at Greenbelt Lake. tionwas madeby nabe, seconded by Lion' Knorpp, to join in a co- agreement with a member organizations in secure the grant. Other business was the meeting was adjournecL C/ub Held The Howardwiek dub is having their covered dish supper and Friday night April 15 at 6:30 HaIL The councilmen wh( ning have all been conl speak at the meeting. There a question and answer pericN wards. Come bring a dish an an informative evening. This community service for the dents of Howardwick. Cooking Tips To I-ill Corne" (NAPS)--Here s a dish t] sure to please any dinner g They will rave even more  they find out how low it is iN ries! Using convenient, re! use evaporated skimmed mill not only make the dish 1 calories, but give it a ricl delicious flavor. It s a perfe, for calorie counters who want to sacrifice taste for c8 HERBED CHICKEI AND BROCCOLI (Makes 4 servings) 10 ounces boneless, skin chicken breasts, slice 1/2-inch strips 1 teaspoon Italian herb seasoning 2 tablespoons all-pur flour 1 cup undiluted Evap( Skimmed Milk 1 clove garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon white pepper 1/2 cup (2 ounces) reduced-fat Swiss 1 package (10 ounces) frozen broccoli spears, thawed, drained into bite-size pieces Paprika Sprinkle chicken Italian seasoning. between sheets of wrap. Spray nonstick with no-stick cooking Saut6 chicken strips no longer pink. Keep Place flour in small whisk in small evaporated skimmed Stir in remaining eva skimmed milk, garlic, pepper. Cook over mel heat, stirring constantly, mixture just comes to and thickens. Add until melted. Spray 10 x inch baking dish with cooking spray. Spread 1/4 cup cheese sauce in of dish. Arrange broccoli sauce, then chicken pi Pour remaining cheese over top. Sprinkle with ka. Cover. Bake in oven at 350F. for 20 to utes or until Calories For additional infor  about the uses including free recipe write to: American Institute, 130 N. Fr Chicago, IL 60606.