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Page 8 SIXTY-FIVE PLAYERS are on the 1994 edition of the Southwestern Oklahoma State University football team at Weatherford. "l&apos;ne Bulldogs, coached by Paul Sharp, are ranked #14 in the NAIA national poll and this year are seeking the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference championship title and a berth in the NAIA national play-offs. Members of the SWOSU squad include (front from left): Presley McMahan, Burger, Tx; and Chad Campbell and Stacey Alexander, both of Clarendon, Tx. Back from left - Casey Alexander, Clarendon, 'Ix; Scott Williams, Perryton, 'Ix; and Billy Ray Thomas, Dimmitt, "Ix. ..... Clarendon 01Twe Supply , & Printing A Full Line Of Office Supplies edding Invitations & Thank You Cards = Offset & Letter Press Printing  I David Smith, Owner- Operator  I 104 S. Kearney Clarendon, Texas Saturday. Sept. 17 : Starts at 8.30 a.m.  @ tarts a::m a.m. @  Butcher's Exxon Cars - $10.00  Pick-ups- $15.00  ()   Vans-S20.00  Come Support Class of '97! Howardwick Minutes bt lartmbwx .tW collected; and that the initial col- lection be effective the 1st day of October, 1994, based upon the market value of such taxable property located within the City as of January 1,1994; and that the City Minutes For August 30, 1994 Special Caned Meeting The Howardwick City Coun- cil met in a special called meeting on Tuesday, August 30, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in Howardwick City HalL In attendance were; Mayor; H C Clark, Councilmen; Bob Hall, Bob Thompson, Margaret Pettit, Cheryl Linquist, City Secretary;, Dianna Knight and 4 guest, with W'dlie McCauley being absent due to sickness. Call To Order: Mayor;, H C Clark called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. and welcomed all present. Public Hearing On Proposed Budget For 1994-1995: After some discussion, Bob Thompson made a motion to accept the proposed budget for 1994-1995, with a second by Cheryl Linquist. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote. Adjourn: With no further business, Margaret Pettit made a motion to adjourn, with a second by Bob Thompson. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote. I>lanua I0t City Secretary H C Clark Mayor ORDINANCE NO. 68 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY- ING, ASSESSING, AND COL- LECTING OF AN ANNUAL AD VALOREM TAX FOR GENERAL REVENUE PUR- POSES, IN THE SUM OF TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE ONE HUNDRED DOL- LAR VALUATION, AND PROVIDING FOR PENALTY AND INTEREST AS PROVIDED BY LAW, IN THE CITY OF HOWARDWICK, DONLEY COUNTY, TEXAS. Whereas, the ad valorem tax rate for 1994-1995 will remain the same as 1993-1994, at twenty-five cents (25) per one hundred dollar valuation of said rooertv located in the City of Howardwick, Douley County, Texas. SECTION ONE Under and by virtue of At- tide XI, Section 4, of the Texas Constitution and Section 302.001 of theTemm Tax Code Annotated, an ad valorem tax, in the sum of twen- ty-five cents, ($0.25) on the One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) valua- tion of the taxable real property of said City, be levied, assessed, and CLARENDON Chamber of Commerce Banquet September 20, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. in the Bairfield Building Thursday, September 15, shall be as follows if tax bills are mailed after September 30: (1) Three percent (3%) if the taxis paid before or during the next full calendar month following the date on which the tax bills are Broncos Fall To Clarendon College Tickets Available At: BIVENS, JAMZ, & POOR BOYS ANTIQUES Council shall, on or before the first mailed; (2) Two percent (2%) if the regular meeting in September of tax is paid during the second full each and every year, beginning in calendar month following the date the year 1994, fix by ordinance the on which the tax bills were mailed; amount of ad valorem tax to be as- sensed and collected for such year. SECTION TWO The property taxes levied by the City each year shall become due on the 1st day of October of each year for which the levy is made and shall become delinquent on the fol- lowing 1st day of February. Penal- ties and interest for delinquent taxes shall incur in accordance with Section 33.01 of the State Property Tax Code. SECTION THREE A. Whenever any accounts for delinquent property taxes owed to the City are given to its tax attor- ney for collection, on or after July I of the year they are delinquent, the City shall be entitled to, and shall collect, an additional penalty of fif- teen percent (15%) of the delin- quent taxes and penalty (including any interest owed) due on each delinquent property at the time of collection, either before or after suit and/or foreclosure sale, as provided by Section 33.07 of the texas Property Tax Code. B. In addition to the collec- tion expenses provided for in Sub- and (3) One percent (1%) if the tax is paid during the third full calen- dar month following the date on which the tax bills were mailed. SECTION FIVE If any provision in this or- dinance be found or be held to be contrary to the laws of the State of Texas, such finding will not affect any other provision of said or- dinance but relate only to that provision which is found to be con- trary to the laws of the State of Texas. F'mally, whereas, because of the press of time, there is an emer- gency creating an imperative public Necessity that the rule requiring or- dinances be read on three separate days before final passage be suspended; and that such rule is hereby suspended, and it is or- daiued and cuacted that this or- dinance shall take effect and be n force immediately upon its passage and approvaL PASSED AND AP- PROVED this the 9th day of August, 1994, A.D H. C. Clark, Mayor ATTESTED: The Clarendon hosted the Boys 1994. The Broncos scored first touchdown and took a the first quarter when liams ran a 40-yard Boys Ranch came back touchdown and extra point gave them a 7-6 lead. The then took the lead back with yard touchdown Taylor to Mark Barefteld, the score 12-7 at halftime. In the third quarter, Ranch scored the winnin 8 down on a 4 yard run Lorenz, making the final 13-12. Clarendon had 122 rushing and 50 yards Boys Ranch had 203, ground. Clarendon Boys Ranch ... The Broncos will September 19, beginning at 8 co teaml section (A) above, whenever a Dianna Knight, City delinquent tax suit is filed, the City Secretary shall be entitled to recover reasouableexpenses, subject to the F- Competes In Golf approval of the court, that are in- cuffed by the City in determining the name, identity, and location of Shoot-out Despite hot temperatures, gusty winds, and extra adrenalin High School Choir Boosters "Hole-In-One Shoot-out" was pleted at Hidden Hills Golf Course on Sunday afternoon. During Friday and Saturday's preliminary rounds over 250 and choir supporters hit golf balls at Pampa Middle School to get chance to drive away in a new Culberson-Stowers Buick. evening the field was reduced to the ten finalist, gave best shot at Hidden Hills Golf Course's challenging par3, no one made a hole-in-one this year, each top ten finalist could prize package worth in excess of $200 worth of merchandise. certificates. The prizes were all donated by The Pampa Choir Boosters were pleased with l of the high school choir program. The top ten finalist in order of the final distances from the pin from left to right. Carolyn Quarles, Barry Terrell, Craig Davis, Turner, Roy Chick, Ted Jett, Dale Haynes, Miles Cook, Jim Baker, Whitson. Jim Baker is an ex-Clarendon College golfer from McLean. 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