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To do field PLUMBING remodel, repair, YANKIES now have new work, approxi- repiping, licensed plumber, selection concrete bird baths, clays per week with 12 years experience. Call fountains, figurines and clay County SWCD. 874-2036. pottery. Just outside of the Soil Conser- 35-2tp Clarendon city limits. 416 S. Kear- YARD SALE: Saturday and 3S-2tp Contact Sunday. September 3 and 4 FOR SALE: 2 horse, side by only, 2 families, N. Carhart side trailer, extra heavy, 35-2tc and East Front Streets, Ruby custom built, electric brakes, NOTICE Thompsons "One Man's good rubber. See at to tim provision junk is another's treasure". YANKIES outside city limits ACT Come find your jewel, Hwy 287 SE. It amended, Notice "Whatever". Garden trac- 35-3tp r given that on June tor and pickup each by sealed WANTED BABYSITTING, Donley County bids. Much morea One your home. just babysitting flied with the carpet, pad and drapes to only 2 at a time, Sunday and Communication match. Call Lovie Taylor, Monday off 874-3440. Gay- applications for 874-2567. helle McElroy. ehongas in 35-1tp 35-2tp .tlem K70DB and FOR RENT OR LEASEt 3 GERMAN SEIEPHARD pups te applleatlo bedroom, 2 baths near Hed- $5.00 each. Used to children. that the output lay City Limits, 25 acres with Will become large dogs. changed fi, om over 200 fruit trees and fruit Coronado Motel, 874-2087. to a new output stand. Call 856-3371. 3S-ltc 47 ami channel 74 to 35-4tc GOLD VELVET easy chairs, channel $1 and FOR SALEt 60 yards carpet, $70.00 for pair or $35.00 oWlmt power be used all one pattern, 874. each. Coronado Motel, 874- from 20 watta to 3309. 2087. output on both 35-1tp 35-1tc KTODB and LOST: tire and wheel for a YARD SALEt September 2nd tile Cinrondmt, Chevrolet S-10 pickup, and 3rd, 618 West 6th, 9:00 location 4 Finder return to Lloyd Ben- till 6:00. of Clarendon, son and receive $50.00 35-1tp rebroadct reward. Phone 874-3876. FOR SALEt Tomatoes at Channel 4 Atom- 35-2tp Lelia Lake, one block south | gebromd- FOR SALE: Metal standard and V2 west of Post Office. TV Oummei 10 i TX. garage door, 874-2697 after 5 Big white house. Jim 35-1te p.m. Waddell. 35-1tp 35-3tp Clarendon Press Thursday, Sept. l, 1983 FOR SALE: 1975 Buick, 4 door, low miles. Call 874- 3601. Real nice car. 35-ffc FOR SALE: 12 X 65 mobile home, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, partly furnished, 12 X 32 built on den, double garage, cellar, storage shed, fenced. Claude. Call 874-2729. 35-2tp HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: in Hedley, 2 bed- room and utility, carport, aluminum siding, new roof, insulated, storm windows, storage shed in back, I/2 block north of water tower, white with gold trim, shown by appointment only. Eddie Jeffers, Box 107 Claude, TX 79109, 226-4591. 35-5tp THANK YOU We wish to thank everyone for the flowers, visits, cards and food that were brought into our home during out time of sorrow. W.F. Maxey and Family 35-1tp PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF HOWARDWICK BUDGET HEARING The City of Howardwlck will hold a budget hem4ng [indmIIng Revenue Shorlm Funds] am part of their regular monthly council meee at the City H-n on Saturday September 10, 1983 H.D. Chastain-Theft over $10,000; Hercelano Oroz-Un- authorized use of a motor vehicle; Ramon Bencomo-un- authorized use of a motor vehicle; Robert Kiicourse- aggravated assault; Clarence Weaver-Theft over $200.00; Virgil Bennett-Hindering a secured creditor; Larry Gump-lnjury to a child. JULY JAIL RECORD II arrested for D.W.I. 4 arrested for public intoxi- cation. 7 arrested for disorderly conduct. 1 arrested for contributing to a minor. 1 arrested for abusive lan- guage. 1 arrested for auto theft. 1 arrested for theft by cheek. 1 arrested for water pol- lution. 4 arrested for trespassing. 1 arrested for phone har- rassment., 1 arrested for motion to revoke probation. TOTAL JAIL DAYS IN JULY 31 days-one inmate (To pay $15.00 per day--amount due for July $465.00) 85 days-Persons arrested in July and carry over from June. 20 days-Weekend inmates. 136 TOTAL JAIL DAYS FOR IULY. 408 meals were served for Pap II ! DONNY S Ipmws M--'--oo eoru throu85 a ...... crock In the aldewalk In front of Hatchery. at 8:30 A.M. The City  the month of July. IITT|llll Funds as geuend funds [7-31-83]ON ONE INMATE come and run in the 9th wherever they are needed. Entered Donley County Annual Allsup's Marathon, PERM SPECIAL The public is Invltod to mde Jail on March 4, 1983. Oct. 1st, 1983 in one of the oral und/or wrltton eom- S15.00 per day X 150 days friendliest cities in the South- CHURCH mento on the entire Imdget S2,250.00. Payment of west. You may register until Reg. '27  Now Gad ask questJom about the S100.00 on 6-30-83. Total Sept. 30th, 8:00 p.m. by relationship of Revenue amount due as of July 31, writing AIIsup's Marathon, ,20oo Aug. 31-Sept. 14 Ask for Linda K & DOLLS SALON 874-2431 Shmring Fun to the rem of the budget. A copy of the entire propod Imdget will be uvalimble for pubUe In- -t at the Qty otiS. 35-1tc Donley County 1983--$2,150.00. STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED Greenbelt Ford PU $13.349. Taystee Bread Van $10.000. TOTAL TELETYPE SYSTEM TRANSMISSIONS Report period 7-1-83 to 7-31-83 Output 1975 South Kearney Input Sheriff's. Report Total 820 2795 Daily Average 90 (}rain Truck (Jericho)$12,OO0 1.978 Monte Carlo $3,000. (AmariUb) LOGGED ACTIVITIES The grand jury for the March 1983 term was called into session on June 2% 1983. The following cases were Jm. calls taken & logged 16 presented to thegrand jury 7,lulance callsi* en. & for consideration and all were true billed: Paul Derry- Burglary of a motor vehicle; FINELY CRAFTED *WATE R B E D Unfinished Queen & Super Single Only -- Frame, Deck&Riser s 146 APPLIANCES CARPET WE WILL BE CLOSED Labor Day, September 5,19800 OBSERVANCE OF THE HOLIDAY. AOII00, BB The Donley I;ounty Slate Bank of Hedley logged 24 Fire Dept. Pager Checks 31. Radio Cls dispatched & Rec. 2325 Inmate telephone log 127 Inmate visitor log 36 Accident reports 8 Offense reports 8 Citations served 6 Traffic tickets 22 TOTAL MILE&GE ON CARS IN JULY Car #3 66471 2035 Car #4 81600 2563 Car #5 102911 1561 Car #10 82670 2782 MILES DRIVEN FOR JULY TRIPS MADE IN TRANSPORTATION I trip to Amarillo Pavilllon, approximately 140 miles. 9th Annual AIIsup's Marathon Oct. 1st Marathoa. Get. lt, 19 The stage is set for the 9th Annual human drama that is: The Allsup's Marathonl From all over the United States, runners will gather in the traditionally beautifully fall atmosphere of Clovis, N.M. for one of the biggest events for runners in the Southwest. Over 500 runners are ex- pected to compete in this year's roadraces to be held Oct. 1st, 1983. Again, this year there are three big events from which runners may choose: the full mara- thon (26.2 miles), the half marathon (13.1 miles) and the 10 K (10,000 meters). All of the races begin and end at the same locations (an Olympic style finish in our stadium) and the running surface is fast, fiat asphalt throughout the courses. As in the past, the courses are all certified to insure quality races and accurate times for all participants. Quality trophies will go to: Men - first 5 overall, and Women - first 3 overall, with awards in each class for men and women. Tee shirts will be awarded to all finishers, plus commemorative patches for all marathon finishers. All runners are invited to P.O. Box 1907, Clovis, N.M. 88101 or by calling (505) 769-2311, Ex. #224. Regis- tration fees are $7.00 prior to Sept. 24th and $9.00 after Sept. 24th. All proceeds go to the Clovis Roadrunners Club. I millJon calves vaccinated for Brucellosis About on millioncaives have been vaccinated this fiscal year in Texas for brucellosis control, according to estimates from the Texas Animal Health Commission. -"Our fiscal-year ended Au. 31, and it avveass-we had. about a million calves vaccinated. In fact, we might even surpass the million' mark by a few thou- sand head," Dr. John W. Holcombe, executive director Texas Animal Health Com- mission, said. Estimates thus far indicate 996,650 calves have been vaccinated by August 31. Whatever the final figure, this will be the highest number of calves ever vac. cinated in a year in Texas for brucellosis. Last year, there were 877,637 calves vaccinated. That represented 33 percent of all eligible calves vac- cinated. Final figures for this fiscal year should be available around September 15. "We have seen a steady increase in the number of calves vaccinated in Texas during the past few years. In 1980, for example, there were 557,788 calves vac- cinated. Our estimate for this fiscal year will be ap- proximately double that of just three years ago," Dr. Holcombe said. "We are encouraged to see this response in vac- cination from producers statewide. Vaccination is a key element of the Texas brucellosis program. We hope and expect this trend will continue as more pro- ducers learn about the value of vaccination," Dr. Hoi- combe said. He listed these advan- tages: a vaccinated animal can move more freely; vac- cinated cattle are worth more; vaccination provides protection against brucel- losis. Regulations of the Texas brucellosis program are writ- ten to provide for freer movement of a vaccinated animal versus a non-vac- cinate. Recommended ages for vaccination are 4 to 12 months of age for all breeds. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoev- er believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." -- John 3 16 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd & Gorat Bruce Hoffmmt, Pastor 874-3218 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:40 a.m. Evening Worship 6:oop.m. ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson &  Albert Yadmmagh, Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  11:00 um. 8t30p,m. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. Womun's Mlaslon 8:00 p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHINCH 5th & Jeffemmt 874-3667 Wm. H. [Bill] Watmu Sunday Seh6ol 9t4.q m.m. Moml WmsbJp lh00 Lm. Evoning Wouddp MOO p.m. Youth Program 7:00 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD 5th & MeCleUund Relier Gray, Pastor Sunday School 9t4 a.m. Sunday W Ihoo a.m. Evening WomMp 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Womn*a Mllomu'y It00 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Howanlwk.k SBC Bro. O.C. Edwards Smlay School 10:OO a.m. Wershlp Service Ihoo a.m. Evonli Service 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:OO p.m. Cm00CHOFTnE NAZARENE 3rd & Hawley 874-2321 Bill Hodlp, Pastor Sunday Sdmol 9t re.m, MomU Womlde moo . Evonlag Womhlp 6:00 p.m. Wedaeeday Night Sorvlee 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCI! BuOee &Thtrd Stmeto 874.3833 Paul Hal, Pastor Sunday Sebool 9dS a.m. Moadn8 Wonldp Ihoo a.m. TmbdnJUnlem . 6:00p.m. EveningWorsMp 7:oop.m. Wednesday Night Scwk 7:00 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 4th & Corba - 874-2495 Tom Hargue, lVllgtor Sunday Scho 9s30 a.m. Morning Woahip 10:30 a.m. Evening Wonddp 6t00 p.m. Wednemiay Nlsht Service 7:30 p.m. ST, JOHN THE BAFrlST EPISCOPAL CHINCH 3rd & Parks 874.22I Rev, J. Scott Turner, Vlear Sunday Sehoei 9:45 u.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4th & Perks Dr. E.L. Manning, Pastor Sunday School 10too u.m. Mor Wonddp Ihoo m.m. Youth Program 6:OO p.m. Evenh Wondflp 7:OO p.m. Tueeday Bride Study 2:30 p.m. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH MeOeilsml & Moutlletaory Rev. J. Arnold Cadma Sunday Morning Mass 9:30 a.m. CIARENDON LUTEI]AN MISSION Clammim  unw attend services at Zion Lather Corch In Pamp Texaa. Ray. Chadm Pauimn INFORMATION Mra. Duq 874-2087 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 287 & Jackson 874-3479 Gary L. Pinion, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 u.m. Sunday Wohip Ihoo a.m. Training Unlon 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Rev. Jerome A. Campbell Mont6omer & Falr St. Sunday Sehee/ 10:00 m.m. Evenbt8 Worship 6s00p.m. Wedneeday Night Sin, dee 7130 p,m. Alderson Chevrolet CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Call Katie Dvormk at 874-3104 MARTIN BAPTIST CHURCH Randy DOUi, Pastor Sunday Sdmoi 10 a.m. Chureh Sorvlee 1100 a.m. Evoulng Service 6:00p.m. Wedmmlay NMht Service 7sO0 p.m. Eddie Floyd Shop Coronado Motel O00um's Fumtum & Appliance, Inc.