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The Clarendon Press, June 21, 1973, Page 3 The EPA rejected proposals made by the State of Texas up the environment, and recommended more cri- measures which could change the lifestyles of those Choose to remain in the cities. EPA proposed transportation control regulations six Texas metropolitan areas, including Dallas-Fort Houston:Galveston, Austin-Waco, San Antonio, Cot- Christi and E1 Paso. The worst proposals were made the Houston and San Antonio areas, made in the form County could reap Environment laws could send city-dw Ilers to rural areas rhe Environmental Protection Agency, a U. S. govern- With the same growth in future years, the EPA reasons massive move of the population trends from those metro- springs, and the Lakevlew Water Project which promises .nt agency founded in the Nixon Administration to keep that air will be poisonous within just a few >'ears. So the politan areas to smaller towns like Clarendon. What could to provide water in years to come. Many other communi- environment livable, last week proposed measures crackdowns on the cities are coming now in an effor.t to relatively ruin the growth trend for Dallas and Fort Worth ties in West Texas are practically out of water, while COuld cripple metropolitan areas of the nation prevent total poison conditions of the air. could mean enormous growth for Donley County. Donley County has decades upon decades of a water supply. Send city-dwellers leaving the cities by the thous- The EPA plans to limit the gasoline consumption in most If such a trend does develop, Donley County would have --DonleyCountyhasacollegewhichoffers both liberal arts metropolitan areas to the level usedin1972-73, and cut back several advantages over other rural areas in the state, and vocational and technical training. While other corn- the consumption in some cities. -- Donley County has oneofthe most ideal climates avail- inanities of I0,000 and more population have sought col- able. Summers are mild, with enough wind tokeep the sum- leges for their towns, Donley County has had a college for This would have the effect of limiting the amount of auto- mer from being too warm. Winters usually are relatively almost the entire history of the county. mobiles operating in cities, and bring about the necessity mild. So, obviously, if the Environmental Protection Agency en- of mass transit systems in the cities. The EPA plan or :.-Donley County has a recreationalatmosphere.Greenbelt forces rules which begin crippling parts of large cities Los Angeles would force all cars off the streets by 1977, Lake tops this list, with its beautiful atmosphere for boat- and sending city residents to rural areas, Donley County and take similar action in years to come in other cities ing, swimming, fishing, etc. Then there is the Clarendon would have an advantage in wooing the people in this move- across the nation. Country Club with its professional 18-hole golf course and merit. This could have the effect that if a person wants to operate other social activities. And there are other yearly incidental What may be bad news for the cities may be the shot in social activities which are rarely found intownsof this size. the arm that towns like Clarendon have been waiting for. rationing, his own automobile, he would have to move to rural areas. claims that the air in major cities is reaching And with areas as close as Dallas and Fort Worth affected n ve Dnley County has a water supply which will probably i Point to where it is dangerous for humans to breath, by the EPA rulings, the entire movement could trigger a e r be lacking, with Greenbelt Lake, underground water, .... Mrs. Ruby Annis funeral services held q f' !  Funeral services for Mrs. Rubylrene Annis, 60, a resident Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Helen Avanteof of Clarendon and Donley County for the past 12 years, were Ft. Worth, Mrs. Pauline Edwards of Paris, Mrs. Doris Vick LIA LAKE . held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Assembly of God Church with of A marillo, Mr s. Margaret Fricks of Clarendon; four sons, Rev. John Eason, pastor of Assembly of God in Shamrock, James M. Annis of Abernathy, Bud Annis of Avery, David and Rev. R. L. Leeder, pastor of Assembly of God in Clar- Annis of Clarendon, Glenn Annis of Lubbock; one sister, endon, officiating. Interment followed in Quanah Memorial Mrs. Ola Richards of Ft. Worth; one brother, Emmett Cemetery at Quanah with arrangements under direction of Gaines of Rusk; a half brother and 16 grandchildren. % FOster visited with several friendsin Lelia Lake Wed- Murphy Funeral Home. Bearers were Gene Swearingen, Jimmy Braddock, E.W. She visited with Mrs Thomas, Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. Annis died at 8 p.m. Sunday, June 17, while attending Morrison, Jake Holman, Leslie Burleson and Steve Rod- I lunch with the Bowling's. She spent the afternoon vls- services at Assembly of God Church. She was born April 5, gets` : : : : : : : : : : = : : : : : : : = :. ; BOwling family. Mrs. Foster moved to Clarendon 1913, at Scottsboro, Ala., and was married to the late Jessie Last Tursday Mrs. Richard Cannon returned from a three husband passed away. She is now planning to move Melton Annis October 7, 1933, at Annona, Tex. She had lived week visit to Navasota where she attended the graduations of her home in LeUa Lake. in Quanah before moving to Clarendon. She was a member two granddaughters. Hulda Cannon graduated from Navasota Cook came home from the hospital Friday. He had of A s sembly of God Church. High School and her sister, Lisa, graduated from kindergarten. LHall County Hospital for five days. Mrs. Herman Moor- Amarillo, came down to visit with her father during Y in the hospital. md Mrs. Don Altman had Father's Day dinner with Mr. rs. Larry Watson. Sherri, Donna and Steve Altman of 1 ne were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Lo A. Watson had With the m also. Don Airman got out of Hall County Hos- He had been in the hospital since last Satur- J. E. KIDD was injured in a wreck last Friday when his pickup had quite a few visitors from Lelia Lake. Mr. and and another car collided on Hwy. 287 near Chamberlain Motor Altman Jr. and their familywere up Friday night Company. all went fishing. They reported no luck with the fish, nice time visiting. and MargeTylerofAmarillo visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Thursday. Mr. andMrs. SandyTy ler went home Four wrecks reporled for the weekend. Sanchez and Tony Jaramillo left by bus for.Dalla Four wiecks were reported in Clarendon last week by city Y, They will be gone a week. police, but only one was considered serious. 3.E. Kidd, whowasdrlvingalO72GMCpickup, collided with MILLS MOTORS INC resa Jaramillo is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ruby Garrison, who was driving a 1961 Chevrolet, short- Mrs. Joe Lucero. in Dumas. ly after 1 p.m. last Thursday onHlghway 287 in front of Chain- and Mrs. Ronald Castner spent Friday night with Mr. berlain Motor Company.  Max Courtney. Then Mr. and Mrs. Castner went to Kidd was rushed to Hall County Hospital in Memphis for and picked up Cathy. Cathy has beenvisiting with her treatment, and Mrs` Garrison was treated at Adair Clinic in Hwy 70 South Clarendon, Texas Smith, for the past three weeks, Clarendon. Both vehicles were totaled in the accident. " sorry to hear about the Lelia Lake residentswho were Another accident wasreportedSunday afternoon about 7 p.m.  ....................  .... )ital last week. It's good to know that they are now on Highway 287 near Peanut's Drive-In. AcardrlvenbyCar- We're over loaded with new Dodges Chryslers and they will soon feel better, roll Pfeiffer of Amarillo was hit in the side by a car driven Pitts, Doris Cotts and Judy Nues and her son, Barry, by Jerry Hawkins of Clarendon. About $200 damage was done f With theare fromKermit Hopper family last Thursday. ThetrAmarlllo. tOcar.the Pfeiffer car, and only slight damage to the Hawkins Plym0uths And we've got many more on the way aunt, Mrs. M. B. Rhodes, Mrs. Hazel Baker, The other two accidents were only slight fender benders. R. C. Smith, visited with Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. The accidents were investigated by Police Chief Gary Ger- last week. Mr. andMrs. McDanielswenttoAmar- des. $0 we've Jowered |he price |o |he bo||om |his Iam sorry to hear that Mrs. McDaniels brother, ......................................... of Largo, Fla., passed away Friday. My sincerest ....................................... Country Club weekend 1o make for coming Smith went to Six Flags Thursday with her church She returned home Friday night, room more cars in, Earl Shields went to Lawton, Okla., to pick up He had spent the week at church camp. :A  . A A A .  _ .......................................    . -  During Ladies play day last Monday three extremes were JlJ,  observed. Billy really hits a golf ball with purpose. Her follow thru was so well executed that her club was demo- lished as the tree in front of her got in the way. Then Avis, .... Jgi0us Thoughts a local long ball hitter drove up the fairway and suddenly -- . ........... . rolled the ball right into the cup from three hundred feet out. Yes, she had witnesses. Peggy shot one of her best scores with a ball she found in the rough. The ball was labeled "hot ball" ---do not play this ball if the temperature is under 50 degrees. Well it was a hot day in the eighties )roblemsofpeople of this generation is their so she disqualified herself by reason of using an illegal Planning which gives no place, time, or attention to ball. Some golfers are not that conscientious. is a generation of elaborate plans and great ideas, Vhich have been launched without the moral founda- Several members of the Chamber of Commerce attended the Bible. As a result of this, we have become the a luncheon at the club Monday noon. Clyde Price was on the heart attack generation, generation with receiving end of a surprise birthday party in his honor and psychological disturbances, and generation Thursday evening. His birthday cake and candles were out of every three marriages end up in divorce very different from the usual. They were small figurines. I don't know if he made a wish or not. said, "Man cannot live by bread alone." He was Thirteen legal secretaries from the Panhandle Associa- our tendency to try to get along without God. He lion were entertained by Beth Walker and Ann Hommel to our tendency to formulate plans for our with a dinner at the club Thursday night. ':  ....  seeking God's will concerning those plans, The Pantex golfers descended on the Pro shop 75 strong Bible discusses the ridiculousness of planning without Saturday in preparation for their tournament tee-off at 8 a,m, 4:13-17). God uses words of strong disapproval Several Clarendon Country Club female golfers went to the Lord is almost laughing at us when we try the Phillips Club for a tournament last week. A low net \\; saying, "Today or tomorrow I'm going to tie resulted between Callie Combest and Irma Terry for SUch a city and stay there a year or so and buy, sell individual clubs play. God reminds you and Ithat we don't ever know Results of the Florida Scotch Scramble Sunday were as be on tomorrow. Tomorrow isn't a certain thing follows. First place teams with sixty-fives had a two extra may not even be here. We have no promise be- hole playoff. Winners were Ray Tillotson, Dow Robertsor b The "todays" go flying by without being used to -Owen Johnson and Ricky Jones. In second place were Jerry .st advantage, because you and I are always pitching Largin, 3ira Haye% Delbert Robertson and Jimmy Sanders. toward tomorrow. Three teams tied for third and fourth places. Third place met people who say, "Tomorrow, I plan to be happy, went to Dick Back, Kenneth Vaughan, Horace McClellan and to get these circumstances worked out and tomor- Joe Hood. Fourth place wlnnerswere 3ira Irgram, Irma Ter- heavenly bliss." Tomorrow arrives and you dis- ry, Bob Hood and Jerry Gage. The three teams all had o Your dismay, that because you failed to be happy sixty-sixes going into the playoff. YU hve the same circumstancesor awhole new Setworse. GolfersGet ready for the Invitational this Saturday and SundaY.are already warming up for this one. Come out and 100 Gallons of Gasoline FREE reminds us, "Live todayI" He does not tell us watch them tee off over the trees on No. 1 then putt in on to plan for the future, 15at to plan for it seeking No. 18. You'll enjoy it. One of the outstanding long hitters remembering that our lives are like a vapor by the name of Lloyd Moody of Oklahoma City, brother of Wlthfr a little while a ndthenvantshes away. We arethe idea in mind: "If the Lord wills, we shall tourlng pro Orvi]|eionship flight. Moody, will be playing inour champ- with every new car purchased in, June at Mills Motors. do this or that." Locals That's right FREE GASOLINE You don't know what a day may bring forth" (Prov. db.  rejoice in your planning that does not have God in the sobering thought that time is on wing for have all your plans end up in frustration. God calls Members of the Will Barbee family met on Father's Day in lingfoolIshness` the CommunityHouseattheparkinVernonforafamllyre- Buy a new ca from Mills With God in mind. Plan with the idea that tomorrow union, r -ver comes. Plan with the idea that your life is fleet- Presentwere Mr. and Mrs. FrankBarbee of Anion, with their raorning fog and will soon be gone. lfyouplanw|th sixch,ldrenandl4grandchtldren;Mr, andMrs. EddAduddell ,,nd beat the gasoline shortage in mind, you will plan wisely. There will be of Claude with their six children and 15 grandchildren; Mr. and Your life for the Lord, the church and your fellow Mrs. Frank Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Lois Putman of Claren- don; Mr. and Mrs. Peat Barbee of Nocona; Mr. and Mrs. Tick tOday! You may not see tomorrow. Barbee of Fort Worth; and Mr. and Mrs. True Barbee of Bowie.