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October 6, 1994

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, October 6, Page 5 Clarendon School Menu October 10-14 Breakfast Monda Cereal, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Pancakes, Juice, Milk Wednesda Eggs, Milk Thursday:. Pancakes, Milk Friday:. Cinnamon Juice, Milk Lunch Monday:. Burritoes Corn, Salad, Fruit, Cookie, Milk Tuesday:. Enchiladas, Rice, Salad, Nachos Sauce, Fruit, Wednesday:. Steak- Hot Rolls, Cream Potatoes, Green Beans, Brownies, Milk ThursdaF. Beef Hot Rolls, Salad, Pruit, Milk Friday: Hot Dogs w/Chili & Cheese, Tator Tots, Salad, Peach Cobbler, IVlak Santa Fe ,Merge Lon Northern., Inc. and Santa Fe Pacific [Santa Fe], jointly on June 30, that they tgreement for the merger of the two subject to receiving ap- from the Interstate Corn- Commission. The combina- will create a rail network the midwestern and provide with single-line service all principal West ports ,with major mid- and western markets and ports and markets in the Clarendon is located the BN mainline between Fort Denver. Santa Fe stocidaolders will 0.27 of a share of Bur- Northern common stock each Santa Fe share. Separate- will to its shareholders on ,1994, the remaining which it owns in Santa Fe Gold Corp. That dividend to be paid prior to the merger, is not dependent on it. Both are expected to be to shareholders. completion of the Northern will its name to "Burlington Santa Fe Corporation", railroad will be called The Northern and Santa Railway Company. Gerald Burlington Northern's and chief executive of_ will be chairman of the company. Robert D. president and f Santa Fe be president and chief exeeu- officer of the new company. "The combination of Bur- isa ntly 'end-to-end' that will benefit shippers the public.," Grinstein said. is very little overlap be- our two rail systems." "The merged BN/Santa Fe will provide single-line across the key traascon- t corridor from Central and SUthern California to the gateways of Mere- and Birmingham. It will pro- Midwestern grain shippers to the Gulf ports, and it enhance shipping options to and Mexican gateways," ;said. / Grinstein said that shippers single-line service because more efficient, gives them one of contact, and eliminates costs and delays associated interchanging traffic from carder to another. Eniumced also will open shippers. "This merger will create a new rail carrier with a traffic base and excel- financial prospects. For ex- Santa Fe's strength in in- traffic will complement strength in coal and grain," Krebs. "This will benefit ,ees, customers, and communities railroads operate." Krebs continued, "The corn- of BN and Santa Fe will U.S. industries compete more in world markets by the heartland more closely the West Coast and Gulf ports, providing better ac- to the Pacific Rim nations and g partners." 1994 The merger has been ap- proved by the boards of directors of both companies. It is subject to approval by the shareholders of both companies. The companies will file their merger application with the ICC and ask the ICC to rule on an expedited basis. While the tCC is reviewing the merger, BN and Santa Fe will operate as independent companies as before. "We expect the merger to result in substantial cost savings," I;bt glattnbea ltW said Krebs. Burlington Northern Rail- road is one of the world's largest transportation and information services. It operates the longest rail system in North America, with rails in 25 states and two Canadian provinces. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad operates in 12 states and offers service to Mexico at several ports-of-entry. National School Activity Week Announced National High School Activities Week was initiated in 1980. In 1983, the United States Congress and President Reagan designated the third week in October officially as National High School Activities Week. 1994 marks the 15th observance of the event. The National Federation of State High School Associations and its membership created National High School Activities Week as a means to increase the public's awareness of the values and needs of interscholastic activity programs. During this special time, the nation's high schools are encouraged to promote the values inherit in high school athletics and other activities such as speech, music, drama, band and spirit squads. For the past four years, the National High Federation's membership has declared sportsmanship its Number One Priority. Activities Week 1994 presents an opportunity for the acknowledgment and advancement of the critical relationship between sportsmanship, ethics and integrity and interscholastic activity programs. To this end, the National Federa- tion and its membership encourages high schools across the nation to initiate sportsmanship programs in their schools and communities. Six special days have been set aside during the week of October 16-23. Sunday, October 16, is National Be A Sport Day- a day to encourage awareness and discussion about the importance of sportsmanship, ethics and integrity to the conduct of interscholastic programs. Monday, October 17, is National Fine Arts Activities Day- a time to focus on the millions of students, coaches and sponsors involved in fine arts programs. Tuesday, October 18, is National Officials Day- a time to salute 500,000 individuals who serve as contest officials and judges. Wednesday, October 19, is National Youth Health Awareness Day- a time to promote education and prevention efforts that encourage heal- thy lifestyles. Thursday, October 20, is National Coaches Day- a time to recognize the contributions of high school coaches. Friday, October 21, is National Fan Appreciation Day- A time to thank the spectators who support your programs throughout the year. Saturday, October 22, is National Community Service/Participation Day- a time to give back to your community and show your appreciation for their support of your programs. This day can also be used to promote fund raising efforts that support interscholastic programs. I II I It's Time to I  016 li 16 fi 16 lill BI116 If t I IlltttlllillBIllUlltlll ferti.lome0 Protect. Your Plants From the Harshnessof Winter Promotes early Spring "green-up". * Helps prevent winter damage. Use on all types of grasses. Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. per bag. Remember... Lm,s fed tlis Fall will be the first to " g ce, qq" next Spring! i Is there room in this town for two "Charlies"? Come into Bivens and check it out! I Fasteeth Reg. Hold ,6oz00;3.09 Rock & Country Cassette Tapes Colgate Clorox Shaving Cream 1 i Fresh 1/2 Gal. Scent 00;1.29 .....  CONAIR I One Group of , White Feed & Seed , Touch 'n Go ,  . . --. . 4 ' peclal Earrings , 874-3371 , H ighway278E. , Curler Set .... =', 99 11 .... 00,9.99 ,,,  ! 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