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Clarendon, Texas
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July 12, 1973

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]MJILDING is the future site for the Clarendon Chamber of Commerce office. The scheduled for completion in .August, will also house headquarters for the Seven Inc., planners oftheSevenCitiesandAthens Amphitheatre projects. Press Photo) Chamber to move office  *,' :::o; o :::::,:2:  c:;io:: - day voted to move i ..f - der construction at the old Cantrell Farm Supply site. The new offices are being constructed by George Howard. ttoward agreed to give the Chamber facilities in the building free of charge. These offices will also house the headquar- ters of Seven Cities of Ciboli, Inc. and t]oward. Construction is to be complete by August Io The Chamber will have a receptionist in the front of the office to give out information to tourists who pass through. A huge sign will be erected for the new Chamber of Com- merce facility. The newly-hired manager, Lawrence Neece will have his office in the rear of the facility. It was noted by the Chamber board that this location on the highway would be a tremendous advantage in stopping out-of- town travelers. The number of cars which pass through Clarendon each day is astounding, it was pointed out, and many advantages could come from having an office on the highway. Howard told The Press that his lans call for complete landscaping of the from of the facility. He also plans to put a trailer park on the property in back ot the facility, he re- ported.  i entered by the Citizens Band Radio Club, won first place honors in last parade. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) , LING was the favorite past-time at the Old Fiddler's Contest last week during the 's Roost Celebration. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) SOCIAL SECURITY Q. I was injured in a car wreck five months ago. I have a wife and two children, and I don't know when I can return to work. What should I do? A. Visit or telephone )vur nearest social security office. Claims may be filed by telephone. We are also going to need your latest Form W-2 and birth certificates for your children. TUNNELL PHARMACY The Clarendon Press, July 12, 1973, Page 5 Big Wally00 oz25 ;3.45 Natural Honey oisture $2.45 Leben Jergen Deodorant 30's Timed-Release Soar,  oz10/$1.00 Bayer Asp irin 71  .... Air;essh//i Clairol Final Net Spr 00t}0 Hair Spray 99 4" ] Wx or Ltqu,d Spray Pint Liquid Aerosal Paint 69 Shoe Polish 29(: Sunl4nirBeauty. "-- Spray 59 Acrylic Floor Finish Vaporette Future 4' z $1.49 InsectStrip 99 Car Wax- /i"-=''''. , . Fabric, Upholstery  & Car Carpet 67 Cleaner J/W ax Cleaner ,00oz 99 20 Tabs for Sinus Sinarest 89 Lotion 'z 99 Riopan. oz95 00Comette Hose Suspens,on  anty 59 Re-Usable Aluminum Pans 14 GIANT ROASTER, Metamuci, oz$1.9 GIANT CASSEROLE, CAKE PAN, OVEN LINER, $1.49 Disposable. 0,4 GIANT ANGEL FOOD CAKE, utane Lighter 011 ROASTER BAKER, BARBEQUE GRILL LINER Rain Buy One, Get One Barrel 48 OZ $1.19 Bat $13 igarettes Cr'"09 Fits Any Faucet By Faucet Queen Shampoo Shower Spray s.29 99 :::=:..I $2.50 Size lex Balsam & Protein Instant 3 Pair nti Hose Pak BAYERAspirln 00 Tablets 50's 53 Hair Conditioner $24"18:acl:: 1.59 2/73 Where you Save Pharrna c