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The Clarendon Press, September 13, Pqe I0 r-THINKING ABOUT BUYING,.., A NEW CAR???? The New 1974 Cars will be shown next week. There's still a good selection of new 1973s left over, but they're GOING FAST!! Buicks, Oldsmobi|es, Pontiacs, Cadillacs, Opels, GMCs...we've got a car that will suit you. And while they last, we'll give you CON SUMERS' COeNER;o Airline's complimentary services The Civil Aeronautics Board has suggested that airline passen- gers ask what complimentary ser- vices are available to them when their flight has been delayed. The CAB made its suggestion to con- sumers when it announced its in- vestigation into complimentary services provided by airlines when passengers are inconvenienced by unforseen trip delays. The CAB noted that with few exceptions in- formation about services is pro- vided only upon request, Generally speaking, complimen- tary servieq:will,be provided airlines when"the passenger holds a confirmed reservation and the flight delay involves a period of 4 hours or more. The service in- clude: Meals during normal meal hours; Hotel accommodations if the delay occurs during normal sleeping hours: Transportation to the hotel. THESE GIRLS participated In a klt durl Friday's pep rally. []Pre Conservation tour scheduled for Thursday J GIGANTIC DISCOUNTS on the remaining 1973s. ",* " . ...... p, ,.Y I IDe'te In business to moke Uou dle  , ' Beat the expected Price Increase. Buy a car today, and get a BIG DISCOUNT!!! DON'T DELAY..... Announcement..,. O0 IT TODAY!! The Hail-Childress SWCD is hosting the annual state Great Plains Conservation Program committee (GPCP) meeting to be held on Sept. 12 and 13. Between 45 and 55 state agriculture officials will attend the meeting. The meeting will come to order Wednesday, September 12, with the opening by Memphis Mayor Dale. The agenda will include talks by Edward E. Thomas, State Conservationist - Background; James Abbot, Asst. State Conservationist Progress; Douglas E. Cunningham, Area Conservationist - Accomplishment; and Henry Gregory, DC, Memphis, a Lark Fisher on Hall County. 7:30 p.m. a fish fry will be held by Don Ray Crook who is on the State Committee of the ASCS. On Thursday September 13, a bus tour will be taken to show accomplishments of the GPCF. A stop will be made at Site #4, Lakeview Watershed where refreshments will be furnished by the Donley County SWCD. rhis is on the L. R. Hagy Ranch. During the coffee stop Mr. Hagy will make a talk on how the C.P. program helped him on his ranch. After this, the tour will head for the Del Norte Graying Association where the tour will conclude with a Bar-B-Q lunch. HI Ministerial Alliata has meeting Sel't. S; The Donley County Ministerial Alliance met Ministers attending were Rev. James Brandon, Rev. David Eckenboy, Church of the Nazarene; Leeder, Assembly of God; Rev. Owen McGarity, Rev. Weldon Rives, United Methodist; Rev. R. W. Calvary Baptist; Rev. Albert Yarborough, St. Church, all of Clarendon; and Rev. Kathy Pigg, Methodist Church of Hedley. : A general business session included the election o{' d Rev. Leeder, President; Rev. Rives, Vice Presi Eckenboy, Secretary-Treasurer; and Rev. Pigg, ][,alte Chairman. lthethe E The invocation for home football games was discUS42-0. ] voluntary assignments were made as follows: Rev: r September 21; Rev. Rives, October 5; Rev. McGadtY,b_ - 19; Rev. Yarborough, October 26. Amr The group decided to schedule the annual service will be held at Calvary Baptist Curc , and Rev. :: ,| annoull will deliver the message. Further plans will be' Regular meetings of the Donley County Ministeriall held on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:eVen Hospitality Room of Farmers State Bank. All m hi: :ters the ' County are welcome, ia [[ ; :, i!  has lood part,c,pat,;.    ;  Ninty.stx people attended the pasture and range l  i   Wednesday, according to County Extension Age[  h.:   ]  Gooch Five tour stops were made on the following fgl_  ;!**! ;; !, ]  ranches L B Collins, Three-Way Grazing Assn., Ted h..' M   ii!  J VanZandt and F. g. Hill.  v : ....  ' Various kinds and types of grasses, managementl: /  :1  range imp rovement and brush cntrl were bsem' IB i Z :$f  - discussed by the producers. ' 1    [[ [  The barbecue lunch was provided by Donley CountY " /   J |[[  Water Conservation District. School buses for the t0, me li  Illilll II Sch=lDistricts. prowded by the Clarendon, Hedley and Quail Inel  JOE ROBINSON lks at a mmqulte lmah which wu sprayed The tour was sponsored by the Extension Service'et,'l'k with Tordon In July The melulte shows an excellent kill. Yon County Program Building Committee, Donley Cou tY can note the abunce of blue grams grass as a ruult of the Water. Conservation District and USDA Rural Dew:  bnmh central and deferrment from grazing. [SCS Photo] Commsttee. ,. !ts t ! 0, i ,()1 , Star Route , , - _ ,; I ! Journal....0000 i ' :k,/@ I  ( Happy living cannot be the result of casting off all t "One hour of life, crowded to the full with of living only for oneself. If we didn't make such a glorious action and filled with noble risks, is in our youth, we would not live so sluggishly and u i / worth whole years of those mean olintrances our old agel of paltry decorum In which men steal through Robert Browning said, "Grow old along with me existence, like sluggish waters through a yet to be. The last of life for which the first was marsh, without either honor or observa- youth impatiently wants to taste all of life in a mad wh / tlOn'%" n I he reads it in a novel or sees inaccurately portrayed o Sir Walter Scott Before he is experienced enough in the give and take ll promises he I may become disillusioned because the rosy Having done so poorly with life myself, I probably have no in the first place did not come to fruition. right to expostulate about living life to its fullness, squeezing the He will storm, "NOBODY ... NOTHING is going The 1974 Cadillacs will be display utmost joy and good from every moment, butperhapslcan down V ' Possibly nobody will need to---he is new ' on encourage myself to make greater efforts, capabl job of it himself, Sadly, he will not realize it When I was growing up on the farm, we worked so hard and embittered years and may always blamehis I Thursday Friday and Saturday Come to such longhoursthatwehadn'tthetimetothinkmuchbeyond others. living honorably and doing our everyday jobs well. With our We have had it drummed into us that we should Chamberlain Motor Company and the present abundance ofleisure time we should be doing better, but pride. Why not? I submit that we have to have pride i see ' most of our "action" is toward entertainment rather than to live positively. As long as it is not overweening glorious or noble living. , essentiall It is true that older 'Americans, being products of a hidebound ' ' " ' The same goes for ego. A person with no ego world's fmnest automobile. Other cars will be morality and of austere living conditions, are still laboring under personality. One who is not reasonably sold on himSe" many of those "mean observances of paltry decorums' of the no positive action. Without personal pride and ego I past; but young people have run from them like the plague and would arise in business, in education, in in shown one from y have swung to the other extreme. - government--or even in religionf m week Thursda /Chamberlain Motor Company I There are happy exeeptions: a recent Reader's Digest included Having pride and ego is not necessarily the samll a beautiful story of a young man with a terminal illness who being proud and egotistical. As paradoxical as it may '/ learned to fill his last years with "glorious action and can have motivative pride and ego and still have the ho I developed an acute awareness of everythingpeople and things greatness. and actions, the beauties of nature, the ecstasy of music, the There is everything right about crowdin& action into closeness of family and friends, as long as he epdeavors to live by the moral code, tO In these years he coined joyful memories for his parents and sin against himself, his fellows or God. enriched their lives for all time; for, instead of turning from life You say that takes all the joy out of life? Quite the POHTIAC O[OJMOBII.[ (ADI[LAC- OP[[' GMC i in bitternessandfrustration, hemetthechallengeofcrowding, will makehimsuchahappy, stalwartcreatureofa RHIrV into afewshortyearsthewholeofalifetimeoflivingandseeing, cannot imaginelFew of us are equal to the chsl m.. ma. m.. m .. He had no time to dwell on hopelessness and failure, on the uvu,n faults and indifferences of other people. Even after he was because we CANNOT, but because we WILL NOTI It is only by, our lack of@ositive action that we ha bedfast, he told his mother, ' I want you to walk in the sun for ourselves to steal through existence, like slugg i mh, that we could all so savor the days of our lives[ through a marsh, without either honor or observation. should be such traitors to our own iivesf