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The Clarendon Enterprise May 10, 2007 CANDIDATES FOR CLAUDE DEBORD Occupation: Retired Farmer. Reason for running: I think we need some common sense in our politics here. On the Personal Property Tax: I hope one of these days that we can do away with it. Goals If elected: l'd just like to see some conservative ideas on spending our tax money. ANN R, HUEY Occupation: Retired Administrator for Facility for Abused Children, Part-time College Library Assistant. Reason for running: To become more active and involved in the community. On the Personal Property Tax: The people that pay it pay it, and those that move their vehicles around don't pay it. If it's going to be the law, then let's enforce it. Goals if elected: More opportunities for kids who live here. It concerns me that kids don't have anything to do. DANNY ASKEW 874-5001 or 874-3844 TERRY NOBLE Occupation: Auto Technician. Reason for running: I feel like it's part of my civic duty. On the Personal Property Tax: It's a bad thing that we have to have it, but we can't do away with it until we can get something else in here to bring in more revenue. We might be able to apply it differently though. Goals if elected: To serve the people and work with the administration to improve the city and to make sure what we do now benefits us in the long run. BOBBY WOODARD Occupation: Water Well Serviceman. Reason for running: There were some issues that I was outspoken about, and I think some of the city's decisions have been rash. I prayed about it, and it seemed like the thing to do. On the Personal Property Tax: I know as a county we're one of the few that have the tax, but we don't have a lot of industry to bring in other revenue. The city has tO have money to operate. ~, t Goals if elected: I don't have goals other than I want to hear both sides before we decide something. I think there ought to be more debate before something is decided. Obituaries Beavers MJ. "Jack" Beavers, 87, died Monday April 30, 2007, in Bonham. Services were held Saturday, May 5, 2007, at Soper Church of Christ in Soper, OK, with Brother Donnie Bates, officiating. Interment was held at Sugar Creek Cemetery in Soper. M.J. "Jack" Beavers was born on June 3, 1919, to Willam Rule and Alice Jane (Antwine) Beavers. Jack married Winnona Leon Dale Cole on September 4, 1943, in Soper, OK. He had lived in this area for the past twenty-nine years after moving here from Post and Memphis, TX. Jack was a member of the Soper Church of Christ. He had worked as a machin- ist in the textile industry and loved to farm. Jack was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Alfayeda Ingrain and Roberta Partin; and one brother, Willam R. Beavers, Jr. He is survived by his wife, Leon Dale Beavers ofthe home; two sons, Jack T. Beavers of Powderly, TX, and Robert M. Beavers of Soper, OK; four sisters, Juanita Popchoke and Leota Bardin both of Hugo, OK, Loretta Smith of Amarillo, and Elizabeth Davis of San Angelo; five grandchildren; and nine great-grand- children. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all slam with Newspa rs CC faculty honored Clarendon College RFO instructors Laban Tubbs (left) and Doak Elledge (right) were awarded the Conservation Teachers Region I Honor Award from the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Texas during commencement ceremonies at CC last Friday. CC Regent and former RFO instructor Jack Moreman (center) presented the award. Photo courtesy Bill Huey ACS offers unique g As Memorial Day approaches, card is sent to the designated family the American Cancer Society gives member or friend informing them of friends and families an opportunity the gift. The donor then receives an to remember a loved one, while acknowledgement and receipt for giving them hope for a future without the tax-deductible donation. 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Big and small jobs around the home, farm, or ranch. Driveway and sidewalk excavations, postholes drilledl light eorthmoving, and more. Call Kelly Hill 174.317S or 672-0414. //i For Alderman //, ,City of Clarendon ~ . .~~ :~ Sohtlcal Ad paid for by retry Noble PO Box 814 Clarendon TX 79226 Mother's Day Gift Ideas Downtown Clarendon 874-3335 P.O Box 171 * Silk Floral Arrangements by Martha . Katherine Sleepwear *Merle Norman Cosmetics Free Gift w/Purchase of 2 Items . 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Pasta Sauce ( I ) 16 oz. Pasta (I) 24 oz. Hash Brown Potatoes (1) 16 oz. Mixed Vegetables (!) Dessert Item MAY SPECIAL #1- 4 lb Surf & Turf- SILO0 (1 2-lb. F.C. Breaded Shrimp, 4 8-~z. T-Bone Steaks) MAY SPECIAL #2 I0 lb Chicken Te,ders -$17.00 A Food Ministry with a Servants Heat1 .-t.l~Id F* I ]~ li.islrit.s ke~r~'~ ~ the Right h, Suh~ril.te t.~ d lilt- listed ileitis Due I. ),x i,lhltilih ('0s :lilt] Otlillilv. .-t.ll t~ dehr~ ;fit' ;tl3pl'OXilttall'. MAY SPECIAL #,3 5 Ik, May Grill Box - $18.00 2 8- Rib eve Steaks, 2 8-~)z. Strip Steaks, 4 4-oz. Bacon-Wrapped Pork File, 4 4.4tz. Steak Bergen, 1 l-lb. Italia. Sall~ge) LONE STAR (FOOD STAMPS) AVAIABLE IN MAY ORDERS 8, PAYMENTS DUE IN THE CHURCH OFFICE BY SUNDAY, MAY 13, 7:oo P.M, DROP BOX AVAIABLE AT CHURCH OFFICE DISTRIBUTION DATE SATURDAY, MAY 26, 10:00- 11:30 AM (TIMES SUUECT TO CHANGE) (~1[ PREPARED TO ~14OW YOUR PHOTO J.O ON DISTR$1,t'TIOH DAY) Orders o.I I)idced tip d,riag scheduled times on Me) 261h, ~ill I)e donated. One or more SPECIALS available only with purchase of a regular food box CLARENDON CHURCH OF CHRIST I AMGEL FOOD ORDER FORM-- May, 2007 300SOUTHCARHAR:r.P O Box 861. CLARENDON. TEXAS 79226. DROP BOX OFFICE hOURS hRsday. '~Vedmsday, Thursday 10:00 AM--3:00 PM A V A I L A B L E ALL ORDERS AND PAYMENTS MUST BE RECENED NO LATER THAN SUNDAY May 13, 2007 at 7:00 PM NAME: ADDRESS: CITY/STATE/ZIP PHONE CHECK ONE OF THES FOUR BOXES -- l~m the one p~cklng tip the order (l'lea.se bring photo tl)) ITEM PRI(j:E qTY. TOTAl, Food Box $25.OO ---- $. : Special #1 $18.00 $ 4 lb Surf & Turf - Special #2 $17.00 ---- $. . 10 lb Chicken Tenders Special #3 $1S.OO ~ $ 5 lb May Grill Box ORDER TOTAL $ I)hollt~ Will t~e pick ~g tp n~( rdt'r,( )lease bnng photo II3) l~,atc to Claredon churdt of Chrisl ])OIlltt*2|o t)holtC PAYMENT METHOD: CASH (~:,~, h=.v o.=y) MONEY ORDER CHECK # (Payable to Clanndon Church of C'hrhl) LONE STAR (Available in May)