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The Clarendon Enterprise April 15, 2004  ..... : , :: ,:= :. ,. nces: Sides differ on nursing home page one. to the professional Fletcher says he exposed to a huge that protection, but risk is limited and for the insurance this year. last year was edical professional he said. "For this that - with zero the coverage was $136,824. We simply tort law caps which the hospital liable and also said the Carry general liability debt includes a of $1.5 million (for the Medical Center receives Scholarship lennett of Hedley has been awarded the Scholarship at Oklahoma State Uni- Oklahoma. group of out-of- receive this schol- allows full-time, to pay only the and fees. The non- Waiver is the highest SCholarship offered by ill be a freshman at the 2004-2005 aca- plans to major in ennett is the daughter Carissa Bennett and Koetting, all of Lelia Stevens is Bennett's Nursing Home and adding ten beds to produce more revenue) and approximately $160,000 in local notes, which were taken out to build the Community Services Building and Ambulance Building and to pur- chase equipment and software for the ambulance service and MCNH. Fletcher says the district can't keep borrowing money for those kinds of expenses. Graham says that the Community Services Build- ing generates lease revenue for the district, that building the ambulance facility "just made sense," and that the other equipment was needed. Fletcher, who is in his first year of a two-year term, says talk around town that he wants to close the nurs- ing home or fire employees are just rumors started by other board mem- bers. "I swore when I took office out there to operate it as I would my own business," he said. "My feeling is just that no one wants to change anything." For his part, Graham said the people of Donley County have to decide what services they want to do without when it comes to budget cuts. He also says he's willing to talk to Fletcher any time to discuss his concerns but that Fletcher has never done that. "If Mr. Fletcher has questions, he has the opportunity to come to my office any time," Graham said, "but he has never been to my office to discuss any issues pro or con, good or bad." The Donley County Hospital Board will meet in regular session next Tuesday, April 20, at 6 p.m. High-speed Wireless Internet for your home or office. Call 874-2259 for details. Services for Woodrow age 86, were held on Monday, April 12, Fellow- Clarendon with Rev. Pastor, officiating. tinder the direction of Inc., of Saturday, April He was born in Lakeview, Hall as, and had lived in of his life. He mar- on December 11, He had been eVeral area business throughout retirement. He was Fellow- I. Preceded in death by Merle Ashcraft on and by three great include his wife, of Clarendon; one Ashcraft of Cop- daughters, Jo Veta Nancy Watson both of Clarendon; James Ashcraft of grandchildren; 38 and five great were Darrell Leath - Larry Kidd, I:ORGET! rendon Up Day Saturday. 806-856-5246 FREE ESTIMATE PO Box 101 Hedley, TX 79237 Richard Sheppard, DDS Family Dentistry s Orthodonbcs Implants s Bleaching Call today for your appointment 874-5630 Located in the Community Services Building, Medical Center Campus in Clarendon Channel Catfish, Bass, Hybrid Bluegill, Fathead Minnows, Koi, Copperhead Bluegill, Redear Bream, Crappie, and Triploid Grass Carp are now available for Pond and Lake Stocking. Permit and one week notice required for Triploid Grass Carp purchase. We furnish you hauling containers! We guarantee live delivery! Discounts and Special Deliveries are available on large orders! Turtle Traps, Fish Feeders, Fish Traps, Fountains, Aerators, Liquid Pond Fertilizer, and Gift Certificates. Delivery will be Saturday, April 24.2004, at the times listed for the following towns and Iotions: Panhandle- Robinson Grain Co., Inc.- (806) 537-5267, 8:00-9:00 a.m. Claude- Keith Service Center, (806) 226-2060,10:00-11:00 a.m. Clarendon- White's Feed & Seed, (806) 874-3371,12:00-1:00 p.m. Wellington- Robereon's Restaurant, (806) 447-2951, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Shamrock- C-H Supply, (806) 256-2124, 4:00-5:00 p.m. To place your order or for more information, contact one of our Aquatic Consultants, your local dealer, or e-mall sales@dunnsfishfarm.com. Offices located in Oklahoma and Arkansas! M-F. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST 1-800-433-2950 Fax: 1-870-589-2029 www.dunnsflshfarm.com Report ChiM Abuse 1-800.252,5400 April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month. A message from the Donley County Child Welfare Board and The Clalrendon Enterprise. VA trying to find POWs to award their benefits The Veterans' Administration is trying to find former POWs and enroll them so they may enjoy the medical benefits they are entitled to. Reports are that there may be as many as 11,000 who are not enrolled in VA. These are men and women who lost their freedom and endured tremendous hardships so that Americans can enjoy their freedoms. The benefits for former POW's have recently been improved and expanded. You can help former POWs by encouraging them to contact VA through thee local veterans' service officer Doug Lowe or by calling 1- 800-827-1000 or by looking at VA's POW Web site at www.vba.gov/bln/ 21/Benefits/POW/index.htm JANICE KNORPP Alderman City of Clarendon Your support and vote will be appreciated/ Pol. Ad Paid for by Janice Knorpp, PO Drawer A, Clarendon, TX 79226 .I Charity B 5 Jackpots 14 Games Bonus Pay to $500 Saturdays at 6:45 p.m. Small Hall with Separate Smoking & Non-Smoking Sections VFW Post 7782 810 E. Second St (Hwy. 287), Clarendon, 874-8387 WOOD Locally made wood crafts Miniatures and Collectibles Located Inside Lila's Family Hair & Nail Care 322 S. Kearney, Clarendon Closeout Sale on gifts, jewelry, and clothing Have heard? Virffr 0n Thurrdayd 5one a With 0 ,r 15 Point (onditionin 9 . Scottco will be in Clarendon every Thursday to make sure your air conditioner is ready for another HOT summer. We can also take care of any of your other heating and cooling or plumbing needs while we are there. Call today to schedule Scottco to come to your home or business. We look forward to serving the Clarendon community! I I I II lllllllll llllllll I : 15 P00int Air (onditionin 9 Check-Up/ : I I i 1/ SERVICE COMPANY | call: 80&'55-SZS1 or 800"1-8Z51 WWW.OOTTOO.OOM A Division Of Scottco Mechanical Contractors, Inc, TACLA 254C M18615 The Clarendon Enterprise April 15, 2004  ..... : , : ,:= :. ,. nces: Sides differ on nursing home page one. to the professional Fletcher says he exposed to a huge that protection, but risk is limited and for the insurance this year. last year was edical professional he said. "For this that - with zero the coverage was $136,824. We simply tort law caps which the hospital liable and also said the Carry general liability debt includes a of $1.5 million (for the Medical Center receives Scholarship lennett of Hedley has been awarded the Scholarship at Oklahoma State Uni- Oklahoma. group of out-of- receive this schol- allows full-time, to pay only the and fees. The non- Waiver is the highest SCholarship offered by ill be a freshman at the 2004-2005 aca- plans to major in ennett is the daughter Carissa Bennett and Koetting, all of Lelia Stevens is Bennett's Nursing Home and adding ten beds to produce more revenue) and approximately $160,000 in local notes, which were taken out to build the Community Services Building and Ambulance Building and to pur- chase equipment and software for the ambulance service and MCNH. Fletcher says the district can't keep borrowing money for those kinds of expenses. Graham says that the Community Services Build- ing generates lease revenue for the district, that building the ambulance facility "just made sense," and that the other equipment was needed. Fletcher, who is in his first year of a two-year term, says talk around town that he wants to close the nurs- ing home or fire employees are just rumors started by other board mem- bers. "I swore when I took office out there to operate it as I would my own business," he said. "My feeling is just that no one wants to change anything." For his part, Graham said the people of Donley County have to decide what services they want to do without when it comes to budget cuts. He also says he's willing to talk to Fletcher any time to discuss his concerns but that Fletcher has never done that. "If Mr. Fletcher has questions, he has the opportunity to come to my office any time," Graham said, "but he has never been to my office to discuss any issues pro or con, good or bad." The Donley County Hospital Board will meet in regular session next Tuesday, April 20, at 6 p.m. High-speed Wireless Internet for your home or office. Call 874-2259 for details. Services for Woodrow age 86, were held on Monday, April 12, Fellow- Clarendon with Rev. Pastor, officiating. tinder the direction of Inc., of Saturday, April He was born in Lakeview, Hall as, and had lived in of his life. He mar- on December 11, He had been eVeral area business throughout retirement. He was Fellow- I. Preceded in death by Merle Ashcraft on and by three great include his wife, of Clarendon; one Ashcraft of Cop- daughters, Jo Veta Nancy Watson both of Clarendon; James Ashcraft of grandchildren; 38 and five great were Darrell Leath - Larry Kidd, I:ORGET! rendon Up Day Saturday. 806-856-5246 FREE ESTIMATE PO Box 101 Hedley, TX 79237 Richard Sheppard, DDS Family Dentistry s Orthodonbcs Implants s Bleaching Call today for your appointment 874-5630 Located in the Community Services Building, Medical Center Campus in Clarendon Channel Catfish, Bass, Hybrid Bluegill, Fathead Minnows, Koi, Copperhead Bluegill, Redear Bream, Crappie, and Triploid Grass Carp are now available for Pond and Lake Stocking. Permit and one week notice required for Triploid Grass Carp purchase. We furnish you hauling containers! We guarantee live delivery! Discounts and Special Deliveries are available on large orders! Turtle Traps, Fish Feeders, Fish Traps, Fountains, Aerators, Liquid Pond Fertilizer, and Gift Certificates. Delivery will be Saturday, April 24.2004, at the times listed for the following towns and Iotions: Panhandle- Robinson Grain Co., Inc.- (806) 537-5267, 8:00-9:00 a.m. Claude- Keith Service Center, (806) 226-2060,10:00-11:00 a.m. Clarendon- White's Feed & Seed, (806) 874-3371,12:00-1:00 p.m. Wellington- Robereon's Restaurant, (806) 447-2951, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Shamrock- C-H Supply, (806) 256-2124, 4:00-5:00 p.m. To place your order or for more information, contact one of our Aquatic Consultants, your local dealer, or e-mall sales@clunnsfishfarm.com. Offices located in Oklahoma and Arkansas! M-F. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST 1-800-433-2950 Fax: 1-870-589-2029 www.dunnsflshfarm.com Report Chi Abuse 1-800.252,5400 April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month. A message from the Donley County Child Welfare Board and The Clalrendon Enterprise. VA trying to find POWs to award their benefits The Veterans' Administration is trying to find former POWs and enroll them so they may enjoy the medical benefits they are entitled to. Reports are that there may be as many as 11,000 who are not enrolled in VA. These are men and women who lost their freedom and endured tremendous hardships so that Americans can enjoy their freedoms. The benefits for former POW's have recently been improved and expanded. You can help former POWs by encouraging them to contact VA through thee local veterans' service officer Doug Lowe or by calling 1- 800-827-1000 or by looking at VA's POW Web site at www.vba.gov/bln/ 21/Benefits/POW/index.htm JANICE KNORPP Alderman City of Clarendon Your support and vote will be appreciated/ Pol. Ad Paid for by Janice Knorpp, PO Drawer A, Clarendon, TX 79226 .I Charity B 5 Jackpots 14 Games Bonus Pay to $500 Saturdays at 6:45 p.m. Small Hall with Separate Smoking & Non-Smoking Sections VFW Post 7782 810 E. Second St (Hwy. 287), Clarendon, 874-8387 WOOD Locally made wood crafts Miniatures and Collectibles Located Inside Lila's Family Hair & Nail Care 322 S. Kearney, Clarendon Closeout Sale on gifts, jewelry, and clothing Have heard? Virffr 0n Thurrdayd 5one a With 0 15 Point 00.ir (ondi'tionin 9 . Scottco will be in Clarendon every Thursday to make sure your air conditioner is ready for another HOT summer. We can also take care of any of your other heating and cooling or plumbing needs while we are there. Call today to schedule Scottco to come to your home or business. We look forward to serving the Clarendon community! I I I II lllllllll llllllll I : 15 P00int Air (onditionin 9 Check-Up/ : I I i 1/ SERVICE COMPANY | call: 80&'55-SZS1 or 800"1-8Z51 WWW.OOTTOO.OOM A Division Of Scottco Mechanical Contractors, Inc, TACLA 254C M18615