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Page 2 If you are interested in being on the Bronco Football Ad, please contact The Clarendon & -f/' ANNOUNCES NEWEST Edition to their staff DARLENE FOSTER Men - Women - Children Walk ins Welcome Call for Appointment Tuesday- Friday Late Ap Available 322 S. KEARNEY CLARENDON, TEXAS 874.2431 : (larrnbon ltteS PiCNiC-from p. 1 Saturday, September 17th include a Chili and a Barbecue Cookout, Arts and Crafts Market with over 50 Crafts, Game and Food Booths, Live Music, Chicken Drop Bingo, Cowboy Breakfast from 7 a.m. - 9 a.m., Children's activities and two Art Shows. A parade is scheduled for 3 p.m. followed by a Barbecue Dinner on the Square at 6 p.m. A raffle Drawing will be held at 8 p.m. for two free airline tickets to Nash- ville, Tennessee sponsored by American Airlines. Dugg Collins and '.'West Texas Express" will be provading the entertainment for the Street Dance which begins at 8:30 p.m. The Hall County Picnic Scrambler Golf Tournament will be held at the Memphis Country Club on Sunday, September 18th starting at 1:30 p.m. A team roping will be held at the Hall County 4-H Arena beginning at 2 p.m. For in- formation on any event, please con- tact Kelli Splawn at the Memphis Chamber of Commerce at (806) 259-3144. ,,Super i 00eptemDer I II ! 1 'lTD r.qll00 PEPSI-COLA t CANADIAN BACON, . SOFT DRINKS ' EGG & BISCUIT FORONLY ack "FAMOUS" BURRITOS ==tMwm ONE GET SUCKERS LAYS' : 10l " POTATO CHIPS REGLEXq SlAt EACH WltLSON'S TURKEY BREAST' :'. & SMOKED HAM 10 OZ. PKG. 1.5 LB. LOAF SANDWICH BREAD EAOR 2 $t FC"];L TISSUE ............................ ,.o J110 SHURFINE MILK WHITE HOMINY ......................... .o 39' OaM.LON =199 =,=w,,.oo " CHUNK LIGHT TUNA .............. ,o 79' ..o ESCORT ..... , i:..4:...,:.;. WIN ! R0N PORTALES, N.M. ! VICTORIA A" .ATTHEWS [GAS PAM attJo, eKuBmtt FREEMAN MAkI E N ARCHIE A. CRAWFORD S lalS tLtlmaOll Xm IlUCO rauulmwumcoDAVIDJONES IWINNERS00M D IWINNERSl __o==u,_.= , ' MI Y I ON TERESA mMOAV, 'n, DOCKINS l JAIPNA Shopping Smart Easier with Nev00 Food Label A key to eating properly is shopping smart. With the new label now on most food products in the supermarkets, consumers can make more informed choices about the foods they buy and eat. The label, in effect, makes it easier to choose foods that are lower in fat, saturated fat, choles- terol and sodium. Grocery shoppers will be offered a wealth of tips on shop- ping smart during the American Heart Association's annual HeartFest, Oct. 22-29. A highlight of this year's HeartFest is the promotion of the new food label developed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with input from the AHA and other organizations concerned about prudent diets for healthy Americans. The label was intro- duced nationwide last May. The label can help simply because it offers these improve- "nents over the old version: Calories per serving are listed along with the amount derived from fat. The AHA recommends limiting total fat intake to less than 30 percent of total calories per day. Saturated fat intake should be less than 10 percent of total calories. Fat, saturated fat, carbohy- drates, fiber and protein are listed in grams per serving. Thursday, September 15, Cholesterol and sodium amounts are listed in milligrams (mg) per serving. The AHA recommends consuming no more than 300 mg of cholesterol and 3,000 mg of sodium per day. The percent of daily values are listed for all of the above. For nutrients like fat and cholesterol, the daily value percentage tells your upper limit, based on 2,000 calories per day. Some people may need more calories or less than 2,000 per day. The label also includes total daily value numbers for diets of 2,500 calories per day. Vitamins and minerals are listed in their percentage of daily values per serving. The goal is l(Y3 percent of vita- mins A and C, calcium and iron, all of which should be derived from a combination of foods throughout the day. More facts about food labelling, smart shopping and ways to cut the fat and cholesterol from your diet will be found in supermarkets participating in HeartFest. You'll also see and hear about HeartFest on Cable News Network during the week. CNN is cooperating with the AHA in co-sponsoring the event. For additional information about HeartFest, the new food label or other nutrition issues, contact your local American Heart Association or call 1-800- AHA-USA1 (1-800-242-8721). SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 Roofing, Fencing I Accoustic Ceiling Free Estimates  Painting Mud & Tapping LEE'5 CONSTRUCTION Residential and Commercial Repairs and Building Owner All Types of Repairs NEAL LEE HCR3, Box 46A Home (806) 665-6415 Pampa, TX 79065 Mobile (806) 663-1127 00GENE MATTER (ISNS 947040) _ pub- lishel weekly for $1.0 per year ,in Donley County and $2:2.5 o per year out-of-county, by Robert C.  dba The 31arendqn Pres.% 105 S. Kearey  , Cl&renaon Texas 7922.6. Sex.end-class postage paidat Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. POSTMASTEK send address changes (9: The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110. Clarendon, Texas 1110. Tlassi6ed ads art $5.00 for  first 15 words or less and 1#cents  word fo each addit|onal w6rd. Boes or sl tyi, oilghy are e. Open'display rates ar $3.60 per AU column nch. Engagement, nd abnirsary pictures ar $5.00 tacE Pic- tures bmi,'tte! f publica- tion soutd be" pcked up within 10 days after pUblica- tion. Deadline for e and adidet are normally Monday at 5:00 p.m. Piures mkst be received by Friday at 12:00 noon. The deadline maybe al- tered for holiday. Any erroneoem reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these cblumns wi. be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attenfion__.__L 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Issues and buying a business I was recently laid off from a corporation. and/have $200,000. What matters should concern me buying a business? Buying a business is a mitment and the situation must l analyzed thoroughly. First ofalU not use all your available cash. must not exceed $150,000 of $200,000, because there will be expected needs is a viable solution. Spending and committiv self lars demands that a few dollars go into protecting and this investment. You obtain your sel. Do not rely upon the who represents the seller, hess broker, or your lender. attorney will seek to minimize | risk of future conflicts with third ties and the seller. "acts. the representations you An accountant can do this tion more thoroughly and quickly than you, but you may able to do a credible job The ultim you can be successful at th Ask yourself a few questions. garding the present leads to its profitability? Is it knowledge and skills of the who is retiring when the l sold to you? Is it a key who has no loyalty to you? confident that the business is thing you, not just someone the profit you demand. n is to serve its building partnerships that create  heroic opportunity all Texans. ga, LZilg iz l L'l das a free service. questions about grams and services, Texas Department of Commerce Public Information Division P.O. 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