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Page 6 College Board Meets The Board of Regents of Clarendon College met in regular session on Thursday, March 17,1994, at 11:45 a.m. in the V.I.P. room of the Bah'field Ac- tivity Center at Clarendon College. Members present: Chairman, Bright Newhouse; and Members: Gary Hunt, Michael Butts, Susie Shields, and Jiggs Mann. Members absent: Vice-Chairman, Dr. R.L. Gilkey; Secretary-Treasurer, Del- bert W. Robertson; W.R, Christal; and Kade Matthews. College Offi- cials present: Dr. Jerry Stockton, President; Kevin Sharp, Dean of Instruction; Lissa Parish, O TENNIS LESSONS INSTRUCTOR - - DAVID W. PRICE CALL PH # 874-5102 14 & UNDER $ 7.00/HR. 15 TO ADULT $10.00/HR. VOTE May 7, 1994 GEORGE HOWARD for  School Board Trustee IW "4 parent with a vested inter_est in our children's education Political Advertising Paid For By George Howard 00Pettt)'s A00lfiques0000 (gnglie00, Stottis00 anb Amtritan 00futnitutt larbrehte, Bnfftte, ll rtte Also Depression Glass, Potter9 & Much More Lavaumg"s Welcome! 107 S. Keemey, Clarendon i i i Tr c,uble Maker? Or Ference Maker? ght larnben .tws Recruiter; and Darlene Spier. Others present: Tom Bowen, Honeywell of Lubbock. Board action that minutes of special meeting of February 22, 1994, and regular meeting on February 10, 1994, be approved. Board action that the financial statements for the month of February, 1994, and the agency funds financial statement for the month of February, 1994, be ap- proved as stated. Bills incurred by Clarendon College were presented. Motion was made by Jiggs Mann with a second by Gary Hunt that bills be allowed and order paid in the amounts of General Fund $94,261.44; State Appropriations $55,294.27; and Carl Perkins Fund K2,259.78. Mo- tion carried nnAnlmously. Motion by Susie Shields with a second by Mike Butts to offer contracts to the following instruc- tors for the 1994-95 school year: Jim Howard, Ken W'dson, Gene Denney, PaD Denney, Jerry Haw- kins, David Lowrie, Curtis Schaefer, Terry Scoggin, Bill Taylor, Michael Tibbets, Cynthia Ewing, Leslie Schnaufer, James Stewart, Linda Thompson, Joel Zehr, Joe Mondragon, Darryl Per- ryman, Pat Johnson (half time), W.R. Elliott (half time). Coun- selors: Ruth Robinson, Jerry Lane. IJbrarian: Beryl Hughes; Assistant Librarian: Annis Stavenhagen. Vo Tech Faculty:. Cathy Bailey, Evelyn Klepper, Jerry Gage, Lee Jackson, Jan Haynes, Betty Hobbs, Virginia James, Vicki Moore (part time), Richard Estrada (part time). Director of Admissions and Development: Lissa Parish. Carl Perkins Federal Funds: Carol Far- ris, Special Pops Coordinator; Pat Archuleta, Discretionary Grants Coordinator. These contracts are contingent upon the continuation of Carl Perkins funding for Claren- What th'eYou G'Mn00 Her For Mother s Day? With some gift ideas, you're just asking for trouble. So this Mother's ' Day, give her a Difference Maker instead -- a hard-working cellular phone and service from Dobson Cellular Systems. Work days, play days, every day, Dobson cellular service can make a real difference, leaving you with an accessible, responsive, security-minded morn who's really cookin' when it comes to being productive! The choice is yours; a gift that's bound to make trouble. Or a gift that will make a difference  an affordable cellular phone and service from Dobson Cellular Systems...the Difference Maker! "[he Diffem00 Maker. don College. Motion carried unan- imously 5-0-0. Motion by Gary Hunt with a second by Jiggs Mann to adopt a poficy to award credit to students for high ACT/SAT scores as listed: ACT Program: A score of 30 on the English portion of the ACT qualifies a student for 6 semester hours of credit in English 113/123. A score of 28 on the English por- tion of the ACT qualifies a student for 3 semester hours of credit in English 113. A score of 28 on the Math portion of the ACT qualifies a student for 3 semester hours credit in Math 113. SAT Program: A score of 650 on the verbal portion of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) qualifies a student for 6 semester hours of credit in English 113/123. Aseore of 550 on the verbal portion of the SAT qualifies a student for 3 semester hours of credit in English 113. A score of 550 on the Math portion of the SAT qualifies a stu- dent for 3 semester hours of credit in Math 113. Motion carried unan- imonsly. There being no further busi- ness, the meeting was adjourned at 1:20 p.m. subject to call of the Chairman or until the next regular meeting on April 14, 1994, at 11:45 am. in the V.I.P. room of the Bait- field Activity Center at Clarendon College. The Board of Regents of Clarendon College met in regular session on Thursday, April 14, 1994, at 11:45 a.m. in the V.I.P. room of the Bah'field Activity Cen- ter at Clarendon College. Mem- bers present: Chairman, Bright Newhouse; Vice-Chairman, Dr. R.L. Gilke, Secretary-Treasurer, Delbert W. Robertson; and Mem- bers: W.R. Christal, Gary Hunt, Michael Butts, Susie Shields, and Jiggs Mann. Members absent: Kade Matthews. College Officials present: Dr. Jerry Stockton, Presi- dent; Kelvin Sharp, Dean of In- struction; Jerry Hawkins, Instruc- tor; and Darlene pier. Others Thursday, April 28J present: Susan and Wes Henson, Doug Lowe, Walt Knorpp, and Tom Bowen and Kris Meredith with Honeywell, Inc. Board action that minutes of regular meeting on March 17,1994, be approved. Board action that the financial statements for the month of March, 1994, and the agency funds financial statement for the month of March, 1994, be ap- proved as stated. Bills incurred by Clarendon College were presented. Motion was made by WaR. Christalwith a second by R.L. Gilkey that bills be allowed and order paid in the amounts of General Fund $41,322.51; State Appropriations Fund $14,458.22; and Carl Perkins Fund $1,667.02. Motion carried unanimously (8-0- 0). Motion by W.R. Christal with a second by Susie Shields to hire Kenneth Booth as custodian. Mo- tion carried unanimously (8-0-0). Motion by Mike Butts with a second by Gary Hunt to accept let- ters of resignation from Ruth Robinson, Counselor, and Virginia James, Cosmetology Instructor, ef- fective August 31, 1994. Motion carried --onsty (8-0-O). Mo- tion by R.L Giikey with a second by Jiggs Mann to approve 4 day work week for the Admires" trative Office during the summer months. Motion carried ,manimously (8-0- 0). Motion by Mike Butts with a second by Susie Shields to increase the room fees by $50.00 per semester ($350.00) on Knorpp, Phelan, and Vaughan Halls, and to set the new Dorm Complex Hous- ing fee at $450.00 ($100.00 more per semester than the other dorms). Followed by discussion of need for campus security and recommendation to hire a security person. Motion carried unani- mously (8-0-0). Motion by R.L. Gilkey with a second by W.R. Christal to sign cooperative agree- ment with Greenbelt Water Authority to secure grant. Motion carried unanimously (8-0-0). SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 Custom Plowing ,ng & Baling Round Or Square Balm b=wwmm Cattle Hauling Phone: 874-27"27 or 874-2598 , doanrm Barton All-Breed. Dog Grooming " Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & ,; Thursdays 8 to 5 ))    874-2646 or 874-2497 (Copy of agreement board book.) Motioe Gilkey to approve Letter for the first phase of gram Motion carried "8-0-0). There being no hess, the meeting was 1:45 p.m. subject to Chairman or until the meeting on May 12, a.m. in the field Activity Center at College. Ipri111,1994 Board City of regular session, 7:00 p.m. in the HalL Members present: Steve Smith, Wiggs, David Pitts, Stavenhagen. Members absent: Bobble Others present: Secretary Sue Howard, intendent Jim Johnston, Rick Wall of Cable, and Walt Knorpp, Minutes of the 1994 amotionb) hagen,seconded mar Wiggs, said minutes proved. Motion carried. Motion was man David Pitts, Alderman Mac pay  for attend Records School in Lubbock Motion carried. Walt Knorpp see Clarendon pass an regulating peddlers the City. further research has been this matter. Rick Wall from Cable came in response that have been sent to his Discussion ccrning the appointment ( Emergency dinator. The contact certain would fill the job. Bills for the 1994, were motion by Alderman seconded by Alderman W'gs, Motion carried. Fire Department and Disbursements for of March 1994, were and upon a motion Delmar Wiggs, said report proved. Motion carried. There being no hess at this time, byAldermnn David Pitts b) journ. Motion carried. Let us do your ddeng! CLARENDON TRANSIT Local Rides must be scheduled 24 hou in advance Mon-Fd. 8:30 -12 & 1- 4:30 PM, Out of Town Rides, Call for Schedules Clarendon 874-2673 Amarillo 372-2531 Imm,mmm mmm PANHANDLE TRANSIT A division of Pan.handle Community Services ;; mlllOff (mxllmmmW Osburn Appliance ano Imm00m00 tee.as Rabbit's Appliance Service We service all tpes of appliances appliances for sale with one-year warrranty I *" I Ne buy used Call 1-800-a82-4154 today! r/J Phone 874-3632 t ........ 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