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Page 6 Commissioner's Court Minutes Commissioner,s court met in regular session open to the pubfic this 12th day of August, 1994 at 9:.00 am. in the Commissioner's courtroom of the Courthouse annex. County judge WR. Christal, presiding, calling this session of court to m'der with: Commissioner Pet. #1, Steve Reynolds; Commis- I] SLIM SLOES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 sioner Pet. #2, C. W. Cornell; Commissioner Pet. #3, Ronny Hill; Commissioner Pet. #4 W'dliam R. Chamberlain; Faye Vargas, Coun- ty/District Clerk, and E.x-Officio Clerk of the Commissioners' Court and Wanda Smith, County Treasurer. The following business was transacted: 1) Call session to order 2) Determined Quorum Present: Duly noted by the Clerk A00J'S fASHION APPAREL Larinda Jones won the $25 Gift Certificate 215 S. Kearney 874-2178 Clarendon, TX 79226 III I I tg (lartnbo= that 5 members of Court were present. 3) Accepting or Reject any supplements to agenda: Motion by C.W. Cornell and seconded by Steve Reynolds to accept and act on the supplements posted for today's agenda. All voted for;, none against. 4) Reading of the minutes of the previous sessions: Motion by Ronny Hill and sex.onded by W'd- liam R. Chamberlain to accept and approve the minutes of Regular session August 8, 1994, called ses- sion of August 29,1994, called ses- sion of September 6, 1994 as read in open court this date. All voted for; none against. 5) Audit and pay bills for the month of August: Motion by C.W. Cornell and seconded by Ronnie Hill to order all bill paid for the month of August, that have been audited and approve by the court. All voted for, none against. 6) See VLtors: 1) Extension Department-No court action. 2) Mrs. Bills-l.a3ary-Motion by W'd- liana Chamberlain and seconded by C.W. CorneAl to appoint Mary Neal Risley and Kcvin Welch to serve a 2 year term on Library Advisory Board; provided it agrees with the SOMETHING EXCITING IS HAPPENING Clarendon United Methodist Church 420 S. Jefferson presents PUPPETS WITH A PURPOSE (a puppet show teaching Bibical truths for children of all ages) in both SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP CELEBRATIONS EARLY SERVICE 8".30-9".30 REGULAR SERVICE 10".50-12:00 Have you been waiting for just the  to go to church? We have a place for you at Clarendon United Methodist Church Nursery Provided For more information call 874-3667 I I II .1mt city. All voted for; none against. Motion by C.W. Cornell and seconded by Steve Reynolds to ac- cept Mary Linn Bill's resignation as Librarian and appoint Mary Green; provided if it is agreeable with the city. All voted for; none against. 7)Retlrement System: Mo- tion by C.W. Comell and seconded by Steve Reynolds to accept the option #2 to increase the rate of employer's contribution part of retirement from 7% to 7.8%. All voted for; none against. 8) Carpet-County offices: Motion by William Chamberlain and sexonded by C.W. Comer to postpone the de:ision on carpet for county offices. Comell and Cham- berlain voted for; Hill, Reynolds and Christal voted against. Motion Did Not Carry. Motion by Ronny Hill and seconded by Steve Reynolds to take bids on carpet and to take the best bid. Reynolds, Hill and Christai voted for; Cham- berlain and Comell voted against. Motion Carried. Clerk's Note: it was asked if the left over budget money from the 93-94 budget could be used to purchase carpet for the Clerk's office, Treasurer,s office, Tax-Assessor-Collector's office, and the Judge's and his secretary's offiee. 9) Budget Hearing For the Year of 1994-1995 at 1.' p.m. and set Tax Rate: Motion by Steve Reynolds and seconded by W'dliam Chamberlain to approve the Don- ley County Budget for 1994-1995 as presented. All voted for; none against. Motion by Ronny Hill and seconded by C.W. Comell to set tax rate for 1994-1995 AD aEEgg00Z Thursday, October 6, VALOREM at $0.23502 & County Special at $0.11152 for a total of $0.34654. All voted for; none against. Public Present at budget hearing: Judy Welch and Virgil Welch. 10) Other Business: 1) Court- house roof: No Court Action. 2) Election Judge Pet. #1 Howardwick-Motion be Steve Reynolds and seconded by Ronny Hill to accept the resignation of Rosemary Winters as election judge in Box #102 Howardwick; and to appoint Margaret Pettit to fill the position. All voted for; none against. 3)Resignatlon of Election Judge-Tandy Boston for box #210 Courthouse; and to appoint Judy Welch to fill the position as Alter- nate Election Judge. All voted for; none against. 4) Viola Graham- came by to say Thank You to the Court. 5) Line voltage signs for Commissioners barns-No Court Action. 6) Discuss Bridge-Tabled. 7) Hospital District Contract for Indigent-No Court Action. 8) County signs on Road-911 signs- No Court Action. 9) Letter to the Court-No Court action on any let- ters presented. 10) Sheriff & Constable's fees for 1995 the same as last year. All voted for;, none against. 11) Holidays-Motion by Ronnie Hill and seconded by Steve Reynolds to approve the holidays for County Employees for 94/95 fis- cal year. All voted for; none against. (See List). 12) Office Reports-Motion by C.W. Comell and seconded by Steve Reynolds to accept August reports that were submitted by all Elected Official & Extension Office. All voted for;, none against. 13) Appoint Am- lim00EI 00.Amenican Flag Facts00 "Striking the Colors" means to lower the flag W to half staff, W which indicates N submission or N bulance B C.W. Comer and seconded t liam Chamberlain to Reynolds to serve on Board. Chamberlain, Christal voted for; Reynolds voted against. carried. Reynolds refused the i pointment. Tabled. Motion by C.W. seconded b to adjourn this session of voted for; none against. , Senior Citizens October 6-12 ThurJar. Baked Potato, Beans, Apple Rings, w/chocolate topping, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee. "day:. Cod F'dlet lFies, Coleslaw, Peaches, Corn MtdTm, Tea, Coffee. Mondar Chicken w/Gravy, Tater Black-eyed Peas, bage/Pineapple Brownies, Roll, Milk, Coffee. Tuesday: Pinto w/Ham, Fried Jelled Fruit, Pudding, Corn Muffm, Tea, Coffee. Wdnesday: Steak ravy, Au Potatoes, Fried Squash, Salad, Peaches & Wheat Roll, Milk, Tea Calendar of Events Thursday: Games p.m., Dance Practice p.m., Friday:. Games 1-3 Games 7 p.m., Monda Games 1-3 p.m., p.m. Tuesday:. Hearing Test I p.m., p.m., Games 1- 3 p.m., 7 p.m. Wednesday:. p.m. surrender. ' UlM C00oml0000eain Motor Company Special Of The, Week 1994 Chev. S-10 Extended Cab Pickup-4.3 v6, Auto Trans, SL Pkg. w/Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Mag. wheels, Red & Silver Customized paint, 47 K. Reduced to $13,500.00 1989 Mercury Sable - 4 Door Sedan - V6, Auto Tram, Pwr. Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Nice Car at a Modest price of Only $3950.00 1987 GMC Suburban - Nice older Vehicle for Family Use, All Power, Power and Air, W/350 V-8 and Auto Trans. Two-ton00 Blu00 $5995.00 1985 Pontiac Parissiane- 4 Door Sedan- Nice older Sedan at the remarkably LOW Price of only $1 750,00. A Good buy, Runs Great! [ # I MOIOR COMPANY , . : 87,3527 ! BfwhereAmflll: 376-9041 I Church Directory Assembly of God $1b & MCielim ChrlsUIm Church Rev. Robert Burns, Pataer 3rd & Gomt 874-2195 rereU Sieve.,., Sunday School 9:.45 a.m. Sunday School 9:.30 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worhlp 10:.40 a.m Evening Service 6:00 pxo. Wednmday Believe Service 7:00 p.m. st. Stephen Baptist Church Jeffermn & Rev. Melvin Brooks, PaStor ' School 9:.45 am. ,  Wonhip 11:00 am.  Eveaing Service 8:30 p.m Prayer Serv 7:30 p.m. Woman's Mimion 8:00 p.m. Church Of Christ 4th & Carhm MI Smiter, Miller g74-2495 Sunday School .30 a.m. Jesus Name Apostolk Church Montsomery & Faker Rev. Jerome Campbell Worblp Service 3.' p.m. Wedneaday Night Service 7:30 p.m. St. John The Baptist scopel (hurh 3rd & Parh Rev. Ned Cresweil ff/4-2231 Holy Communion 11:00 am. Morning Womblp ssexv Wedneaday Night Sexvice Prbyterm Church 41h & Parlm 874-3428 Sunday School 9:.45 a.m Morning Wcnhip 11:00 am. Church Of The Nazarene 11:00 am. 'rmman Ledlttr, Pmtor 6:00p.m. Sunday School 9:.45 am. 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Training Union 6:.00 p.m. Eveaing Servke 7:00 p.m. Cah, ary Baptist Church Hw 7r7 & Jadma S74..31f Sunday School 10:.00 am. Morning Worzhip 11:00 am. 3i & Hawley Bible Study 6:30 p.m. RebeA I. Gilpin, Pmtor Evening Wortblp 7:00 p.u: 9:.45 am. Wedneaday Night Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday School Morning Worthip 11:00 am. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. First Baptist Church Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. H Do DaBo Pastor United Methodist Church Sunday School 1.00 a.m. First Baptist Church aedley s$6370 Sunday Schoo Morning Worsblp Evening Service 6:00 Wedneaday Bible Study 7:00 Faith Temple Comer of Faker & Montgomery. Rev. John W. & Winnie Mae Brm P.-tor Morntag  Sun. & Wed. Evening Servicea 7:00 Tu Night Disciplealfip CIIgs 7:00 St. Mary's Catholic Church McClelland & Monlgom Terry Bm. Sunday Morning Mass F3rst United 74-3667 Rev. Tmrry Tmplen , Sunday School Morning Worship UMY 5:00 Wedneaday Night Dinne 5:30 Nmme W 6-9 K-5 Choir 6:30 Bible Studies 6:30 Chancel Choir Practice 8:00 UM Men-3rd Thunday Martin Baptist Church Marttn Community Bndm Knowl Pmtor ff74-202S Sunday School mmey wanda Hm Wet Serv Sunday School 10:.30 &m. Joint Evening Segvice 4th Sunday Monthly With Bible 6:00 p.m. Wedmmlay Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Motor Company Morning Wonhip Evening Service .30 a Wednemay Prayer Meeting ll:00a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Church of Christ n,.y ht NmeUm MUmmer Sunday School 10:.00 am. Morning Wonthip 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Wedneaday Bible Study 8:00 p.m. ClarendonAuto Supply 6:00' Community Bank Hedley, Texas Kidd's Texaco Clarendon Office The Clarendon News Supply & Printiug Art & Nad by Delores J& W Lumber Poor Boy's Antiques