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Page 2 [bt (lartnu ft " oo  Aulumn Mere nts Carnival Set Free Estimates A. The Clarendon Merchants Association will be sponsoring an Autumn k  'c: r, co,,  .... =Carnival on Halloween, October 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. on main street. R -- o -..,,,,Jnrxu../ION Eachmerchantisinvitedtoparticipatebyplacinganactivityinfrontoftheir esidential and Commercial Repairs and Building store, such as hop scotch, balloon throwing, ring toss, etc. Merchants can Owner All Types of Repairs wear a costume if they desire. The public is invited to participate and join NEAL LEE in on the fun. HCR 3, BOX 46A Home (806) 865-6415 It is also time to start  about .the 4th .A..ual Par)de .of Lights. Pampa, TX 79065 Mobile (806) 663-1127 They ask mat every business, resment, and orgamzauon De unmcmg about " "  r putting up lights. These lights can be purchased at Heuson s. Also, dues fo the merchant members are due by Oct. 1st. i II:ll 0  0 "'-II 12 1--,ore 0  0  ID n  Official Earns Award i Parents ! T, - - x f - D Y ty eas e wanda Smith was awarded the Texas As- _ _ "   sociation of Counties (TAC) County Investment Officer Level I High School Football Buttons g Certificafion on August 23,1994. . , . . i . -- ., ,, . . nrn was nonoreo ior passmg a comprenenswe exam covering IV OW A vazlaOle A t = management of county investments after attending six monthly investment 1 classes.   The course incorporates home study, classroom lecture (including  A  III computer training if needed) and field trips to various financial institutions  ........  " ' :_  m such as commercial banks, the Federal Reserve Bank and broker/dealer :: :. - " - "  ..  _ firms. Level I concentrates on the provisiom of the law relating to invest- m-   ment of public funds. " "  U TAC first offered this program in 1992 in response to requests from 1  i county treasurers wanting to learn how to increase their counties' rates of ll  lm [] return. Participants are concerned that changing interest rateswilltranslate ll  1 II into higher taxes for their constituents-something they hope to avoid by |l  1 I! learning more about capital markets. The goal is to make the most of the ll  1 I taxpayers' dollars to avoid cutting services or raising taxes. I/  l 0 Smith is one of only 22 people to complete the objectives for the CIO l/ ! 1 . certification in 1994. The graduates are now eligible to begin the Level H I1    [I course, where curriculum will include information about investment ac- I   W counting and peratiual techniques" []  .. __  Building. The tee Is $23.00. Please .  II atety tourse contact Clarendon College at 1- --   U ('ffo --'i 806-874-3571 for farther informa- .....  -..II[U tion. Upon Completion of this    W .t  D -- Driv rs ........ course, participants will be eligible Ar ..- .....  A 1" e! smet-yosewm o for a 10% discount on their liability 4[  Pf V 4- 'J.  I ) ff  II eoa[t:xarenaonouegeon insuranceforthreevearsanddis-  It .....  Saturday, October 8, 1994 It will o,L,, 1.". ,nd/,, - By '7 M.y, t " missal of a traffic violation. All dis- meet from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in missals of traffic violations must be m 0 D  [] 00  []  [] 0 D Room 103of the. A_.dn.'mfis" tration approved be the appropriate Jus- C > Fishing Worms Prices Effective Octob $--11,191. Clarendon, Texas & Tackle Available rice of Peace. This course is offered by Clarendon College and USA Training Company, Inc. Bronco Booster Club Needs YOU! Every Monday Night at 7 p.m. at the Bronco Fld House. Come out and Suppcct o Broncx)'L Kenny's ( Barber Shop SAVE ON N.LSUP'S ALL VARIE't'tES "" "'""'" ';  .......  I COCA-COLA SAUSAGE, EGG, HOT POCKETS ,,o s. Kearney ll & BISCUIT EACH o..,.oo, .... , SHURFINE ALLSUP'S MEDIUM '*" GRADE A ALL VARIETIES ALLSUP'S HOMOGENIZED EGGS BREAD mass ...c.o. DORITOS* MILK DOZEN GALLON $199 REGULAR 99 ALL-WlFTHER ANTI FREEZE GALLON SHURFINE KETCUP RUSSET PLASTIC SOUEEZE POTATOES OR 10 LBS. GLASS 00,69 99 PRESTON ANTI FREEZE ,o. $4.99 $5.85 p.- COOKED FOOD SPECIAl OF THE WEEK YC,0 +=Ymm [ ALLSUP'S + CORN DOG & IV00Fm + + -- +hi 20 OZ. NR COKE FOLGERS COFFEE $2.99 SAVEON nO=. WILSON BOLO DOG FOOD $.29 FRANKS (ISNS 947040) _ pub- lishe4 weekly for $1850 per year in Donley County and $22.5 per year out-of-county, by Robert C: Hams, dba The .arendDn Pfess 105 S. paid,at Clarendon,. Texas 79226-1110. .)'OSASE! send address changes to: The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226d0. Classified ads are $5.00 for the first 15 words or less and 10 cents per word for each addit(onal word. Boxes or special typograghy are extra. Open'display rates are $3.60 per SAU column 'inch. Engagement, and anniversary pictures are $5.00 each. Pic- tures bmitted for publica- tion sahould be'picked up within 10 days after pUblica- tion. Deadlines for ews and article are normally Monday at 5:00 p.m. Pictures mbst be received by Friday at 12:00 noon. The deadline maybe al- tered for holidays. Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. MEMBER TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION I I Thursday, October 6; l! MARGARET MICEIEIJ.,E CHAMBLISS & BILLY Engagement Announced jerry and Dana Chambliss of Quitaque announce the their daughter, Margaret Michelle, to Billy Kaine Robison is the son of Katie Bomar of Silverton and Claude Clarendon. Michelle is a 1992 graduate of Clarendon College and a 1991 of Clarendon High School, where she was the dru  nu jor Band:. She resides in Quitaque and is establishing her own travel agent. Billy is employed as a contract electrician by Acme Lubbock. He attended Clarendon College and Valley High SchooL Their wedding will take place on October 22 at the First Church in Quitaque. To The Citizens Of Donk y Th Associated Ambulance Authority wishes to apologize masconception that the public may have construed you know that they are here for anyone who needs their any discrimination whatsoever not turn anyone away in need of their services but ask that it emergency, and not just a ride to the hospital, as there could emergency that the ambnlance and EMS personnel would be as we have only two paid employees, Phillip Vargas, and Diane Clarendon ambulance service has had a very good record in the plans to maintain an even better record in the future. The Emergency Medical Service has a group of dedicated president is James Thomas, and they have been trained as attcndanfs, emergency medical technician's, paramedic's, and etc. devote much of their time and effort to help maintain an bulance service for the citizens of Donley County. They work State, Panhandle Emergency Medical Service, Authority coordinator guidelines, as does the paid employees. Clarendon Office Supply & Printing A Full Line Of Office Supplies Wedding Invitations & Thank You Cards Offset & Letter Press Printing David Smith, Owner - Operator 104 S. Kearney Clarendon, I|UTCHER CHEVRON & DETAIL SHOP Convenience Store (Formerly EXXON) O'wtlrS )ann f ane Ctttcfier Hwy. 287 West Clarendon, Texas Bus: (806) 874-2810 Home: (806) 874-2363 O Man Winter b most fir Are Tmtr C.tts / Reay. Let Gree.nGet s He.[p. 0 .o