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Page 4 CLARENDON COLLEGE NIGHT COURSES FALL 1994 :b larenlmu 00tm+ Thursday, August 18, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. TBA TH CIS 205 Lab Denney Government and History_ 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. TH 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. TU State and Local Government American History 1865-Present Thoman Taylor Fine Arts 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. W Basic Theatre Practice Williams 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. T Drawing I & II Shelley 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. T Country Band Stewart Schedules are available on daytime academic courses being offered at Clarendon. Also available are class offerings in Childress, Wellington and Shamrock. For more information please call 806-874-3571. CLASSES BEGIN Aut, ust 31 v Osburn Appliance and Rabbit's Appliance Service We service all of appliances 00uilt appliances for sale with one-year warrranty Ne buy used appl00nc00s- I . Phone 874-3632 I I . ,, 319SKearney I James Owens Leather Goods QUESTION: My wife and I disagree strongly about the role of materialism in our children's lives. She feels we should give them toys and games that we never had as kids. At Christmastime, we stack gifts knee-deep around the tree. I feel this is a mistake, even if we could afford to do what we are doing. What is your view on materialism in the life of a child? DR. DOBSON: I also have concerns about giving kids too many things, which often reflects our inability to say "no" to them. The child's lust for toys is carefully generated through mil- lions of dollars spent on "IV adver- tising by toy manufacturers. Their commercials are skillfully made so that the toys look like full-sized copies of their real counterparts. The little buyer sits open-mouthed in utter fascination. Five minutes later, he begins a campaign that will eventually cost his dad $14.95 plus batteries and tax. Suppose the parents are courageous enough to resist the child's urging. He is not blocked. Grandparents are notoriously easy to "con." Some would ask, "Why not? Why shouldn't we let our children enjoy the fruits of our good times?" I would not deny a child a reasonable quantity of things he craves. But many American children are inundated with exces- ses that work toward their detri- ment. It has been said that prosperity offers a greater test of character than does adversity, and I'm inclined to agree. There are few conditions that inhibit a sense of appreciation more than for a child to feel he is entitled to whatever he wants, whenever he wants it. It is enlightening to watch as a child tears open stacks of vrents at his birthday party or pernaps at Christmas- time. One after another, the expensive con- Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Increase The Clarendon CISD will hold a public hearing on a prolxsal to increase tc.al tax revenues from properties on the tax roll in _1994 by 8.18 percent. Your individual taxes may increase at a greater or le'ser rate, or even decrease, depending on the change in e taxable value of your property in relation to the change in "taxable value of all .her property. The public hearing will be held on Au ust 25 1994 ate-- Adm. Office FOR the prolxh Joe Lemiey, Ball   Fletcher, Johnny Floyd, Wayne Hardin AGAINST the proposal: None PRESENT and not voting: None ABSENT: Elmonette Blveas, Lynne Williams The statement above shows the percentage incresse the propc-,ed rate represems over the effective tax rate that the unit published on Au ust 4 1994.Thefollowingtablecomparestaxesonanaverage home in this taxing unit last year to taxes proposed on the average home thLs year. Again, your individual taxes may be higher or lower, depending on the taxable value of your property. Average home value General exemptions available (amount available on the average home, not including .senior citizen's or disabled person's exemptions) Average taxable value Tax rate Tax last Year This Year $22.9OO $ Underthisproposaltaxesontheaveragehomewould increase by$ 20.52 or 9.8 percent compared with last year's taxes. Compartn tax rates without adjustin8 for changes in propertyvalue, the tax rate would decrease by$ .01215 per $100 of taxable value or one ( 1 ) peent compared to last year, s tax rate. These tax rate figures are not adjusted for chang in the taxable value of property. SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 Report Errors Check your ad the first day It runs to see if all the information is correct. Please call The Clarendon News of. flee at 874-2259 the first day the ad runs to report the error. If not reported on the ILrst dayafter tim ad runs, The Clarendon News is not responsible. tents are tossed aside with little more than a glance. The child's mother is made uneasy by this lack of enthusiasm and appreciation, so she says, "Oh, Marvint. Look what it is! A little tape recorded What do you say to Grandmother? Give Grandmother a big hug. Did you hear me, Marvin? Go give Grams a big hug and kiss." Although it sounds paradoxical, you actually cheat a child out of pleasure when you give him too much. Pleasure occurs when an intense need is satisfied. If there is no need, there is no pleasure. A glass of water is worth more than gold to a man dying of thirst. The analogy to children should be ob- vious. If you never allow a child to want something, he never enjoys the pleasure of receiving it. If you buy him a tricycle before he can walk, and a bicycle before he can ride it, a car before he can drive and a diamond ring before he knows the value of money, he accepts these gifts with little pleasure and less apprecia- tion. How unfortunate that such a child never had the chance to long for something, dreaming about it at night and plotting for it Clarendon ......... Auto ....... Supply 114 S. Kearney Clarendon, Texas 874-2240 You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements. Norman Douglas Full Meal Deaf * , -Ib Hungr-Suster, fries, drink and a sundae. IXYKid's Pick-nic'" The only kid's meal that lets kids pick? Pick your favorite food, your favodte treat - even your favodte prize? Plus, you also get a drink and fries! On Sale at Dairy Queen* August 8-2 !, 1994. Fleg. TM Am. D,Q. Corp. "Reg. TM Tx. D.O. Op, Coun. Tx. D.Q. Op. Coun. l"Pre-cooked weight. At participating Dairy Queen stores. by day. He might have desperate enough to work for The same possession t a yawn could have been a and a treasure. I suggest that you and wife allow your child the temporary deprivation. It's fun and much less expensive. QUFTION: What Is source of serf-esteem itself?. DR. DOBSON: Feelings 4 self-worth and acceptance, provide the cornerstone thy personality, can be from only one source. It bought or manufactured. Self-esteem is onlyb3 ourselves in the eyes of people. In other words, of our worthiness must generated outside of ourselves. is only when others respect us we respect ourselves. It is when others love us that we ourselves. It is only when find us pleasant and desirable worthy that we come to our own egos. The vast majority of us dependent on our associates emotional sustenance each What does this say, then, those who exist in a petual isolation year after Such people are virtually to experience feelings of lessness, accompanied by depression and despair. These t are excerpted from the book, Dr. Dobson is the Fami!y, dedicated to the preservation of J home. Correspondence son should be addresse on the Family, P.O. Box Colorado Springs, CO 80903. 1982, Tyndale House Inc. Weather Day Date Hi Lo '"Sun.- 7 98 66 Mon. 8 105 64 "rue. 9 98 63 Wed. 10 94 64 Thur. 11 95 63 Fri. 12 97 67 Sat. 13 97 65 Total for Month .03 Total for Year I2.17 Senior Citizens Thursday - Roast w/Natural Gravy, Potato, Fried S( Salad, Cantaloupe, Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday - King Chicken, Green Beat Hominy, Ambrosia, Garlic Bread, Coffee, Milk Monday - Sweet n Pork Chops, Au Grat Potatoes, Green Peas, ping, Wheat Roll Milk Tuesday - Spaghetti, Fried w/ Mixed Fruit, Shortcake, Garlic Bread, fee, Tea, Milk Wednesday - Fried Steak w/Gravy, Potatoes, Black- eyed Variety Vegetable Purple Plums, Wheat Coffee, Tea, Milk Current Events Thursday- Exercise a.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30 p.m., Aid Clinic 10 a.m. - 12 Nutrition Pro Friday - Exercise a.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30 3 Monday Exercise &m., Lunch 1 !:30 12:30 - 3 p.m., 7-9p.m. Tuesday - Exercise a.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30 - 3 p.m. | Wednesday- Exercise a.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30 - 3 p.m., Watchers 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.