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October 25, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, October 25, Page 12 Motor home overturns A Ghuistron Motor Home overturned on Highway 287 two miles west of Clarendon Monday night at about 8:00 p.m. The driver, David Anthony Thompson of Grand Prairie, apparently lost control of the vehicle and crashed. Damages to the vehicle were slight and Thompson suffered slight head injuries. Two wrecks in city Friday evening, on the corner of West 7th and Parks, a 1972 Buick driven by Yvonne Constantin of Clarendon was struck in the left rear by a 1973 Ford pickup driven by Ricky Lee Osburn, also of Clarendon, according to Police Chief Gary Gerdes. There were no injuries, although approximately $700 dollars damage was done to each vehicle. Monday, a 1965 Plymouth driven by Bryan Myers of Clarendon was in collision with a 1962 Chevrolet pickup driven by Tullis Davis of Clarendon. No injuries were reported, although both cars were totalled. Explorer Post meets Explorers Post No. 33 will meet again tonight at 7:00 p.m. at the Farmers State Bank and Trust Co. Plans have already been made for the ski trip January 4, 5 and 6 of next year. Tonight will be the last night for people desiring to go on the ski trip to pay their $10 deposit. Reservations are being taken on a first come, first serve basis. THIS MOBILE CAMPER was heavily damaged when it toppled west of Clarendon Monday night. The driver was slightly Injured, but was not hospitalized. [Press Photo by Richard Allen] Playday for the ladies last Monday was really pretty weatherwise and drew a good crowd. These ladies are always anxious to improve their game. Wednesday night saw a large family night crowd and the food prepared by Robbie Hill was delicious. If you have not been coming out on family night you are missing a good time and a fine buffet. Our next meeting will be on Thanksgiving Eve., the third Wednesday in November. Plan to come out, bring your fanix and.,jguests and enjoy*the ballyhoo. Lune'hwas served Thursday to the Duplicate Bridge Club. Catherine Cain was hostess and the high pointers were Julia Beck in first place with a tie for second between Carolyn Payne and Avis Benson. We have a new clean-up man who knows his business. When you see him let him know that you like the way he is keeping the clubhouse. Our golf Pro, Lendon White, invites you to play golf six days a week, arrange for lessons or just come out and loaf with him. The course is in excellent condition, thanks to the team effort of Fred Medley and Lendon. Clarendon is getting to be known as "golf town" of the Panhandle. t Group sets paper drive The Cooperative Youth Group of Clarendon will have its regular paper drive this Saturday. If you have paper to donate to the drive, you may do so by calling the pastors of either the St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, the First Presbyterian Church or the First United Methodist Church. Members of the grodp reported that their spaghetti supper was a big success Friday night. on 1973 cars at CHAMBERLAIN MOTOR COMPANY EIJECTRA LIMITED HARDTOP SEDAN" CENTURY 350 COLONNADE HARDTOP COUPE We've just received 20 factory executive cars. All have low mileage, and have new-car factory warranties. They're just like new, but we will discount these cars a bunch, some up to $2,000 OFF, others with proportionate discounts. Now you can drive a new car for used-car prices. RIVIERA HARDTOP COUPE Also, a complete line of new 1974 cars, GIRLS CAN wear bathing suits without swimming clothing without actually skiing, but when they pick out dresses, they mean business. PRESIDENTNIXON shocked the nation Saturday he fired special prosecutor Archibald Cox and resignations of Attorney General Elliott Richardson assistant. And within hours, the nation heard impeachment. A poll issued Tuesday showed that 44% of all the president to be impeached. How tragic. President Richard M. Nixon may have signed impeachment papers when he did what he did yet to be seen, and all we can do is hope for the But Nixon did a tragic thing. He made a liar out lied to Congress. He lied to his staff. And he lied to people. When Archibald Cox was hired to conduct the the Watergate Caper, President Nixon told the that he would give Cox full authority with no investigation. He said, "Let the courts take care situation." Then, with Cox getting all his information together to court to "let the court take care of this awful situation goes back on his word and fires Cox because Cox Nixon to intervene in the investigation. Cox then asked the question: "Do we let our country ! laws or by men?" Obviously, Richard Nixon would say with the law, let me make the decisions."  According to investigations of the Watergate p bunch of Nixon's staff said that very thing: "To p law." They ignored the law when they broke into p headquarters to steal documents to help Nixon get They ignored the law when they dreamed up wild  assassinate the character of all Nixon's opponents.  have been convicted. And some of them have 4 1' oath that Nixon himself played a part in the (  The Number 2 man in control of the country ignored ( 1' when he took kickbacks from on company after government projects. He ignored the law when he income tax, trying to cheat you and me out of government. He certainly' ignored the law in all And Riehurd Nixon ignored the law when he failed courts told him when they asked for the Watergate tapes. (Nixon turned over the tapes to a district judge apparent that impeachment charges might be him, but only then.) Richard Nixon is my president. I voted for him and him vigorously. But if he doesn't choose to live by the insists on ignoring the law that governs us all, then resign or be impeached. He is not immune to the Now, I am not advocating impeachment of the don't want that at all, because that could weaken more than anything at this point. But I think the impeachment needs to hang over the president's decides to abide by the law. We should not allow our be a crook. The investigation of the Watergate Caper should be up in a vigorous way. Every fact should come out of t caper. The courts should know everything about the If, after a steady investigation, it is found that guilty of criminal activities, then he should either impeached. But, if it is proven that Nixon was not a party to activities, then the people should know. And at that should rally behind him and give him our utmost I sincerely hope that Nixon will allow the unhampered. And I hope that the country finds that Nixon is as honest as the day is long. I've always up until now. 1 now have lost a lot of faith in him, neglected to see that the truth is unveiled. If Nixon proves that it was his staff and not he that ( illegal activities, then I'll be the first to rally throw all my support his way. But if it is proven that Nixon participated in activities, I'll also be the first to say he needs to g ' d 1973s " Con an some new : sumer " ,," causing lower 41' week. Century Luxus Colonnade Hardtop Coupe Check these deals quick, as ' these executive cars will move fast _. Chamberlain M'.o.tor !omp.any With meat prices about in line with other them to remain around current levels, one authority Mrs. Gwendolyne Clyatt, consumer marketing specialist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, ) University System, cited consumer resistance to 4 ) one factor causing the current lower prices. ) "Watch for more beef features this week at advised. "Consider chuck roasts and steaks, ) ground beef and beef liver. "Pork Supplies have increased with 4 )' usually found on Boston butt roasts, 4 ) quarter-loins sliced into shops, ham portions, 4 P canned hams and sausage. 4 k' "However, keep in mind that cuts in most 4  more. For example, a center-cut loin roast is than rib or loin-end roasts although both have the 4 flavor and preparation simplicity." 4 Fryer chicken prices are near "pre-freeze" specialist ,continued. For real she economy, whole birds and cutting them up at home. "Also look for eggs in an attractive price size usually the best value. ) "For an instant, natural food. turn to milk. Just ) glass and drink up. There's no peeling, no rind ) she pointed out. p Turning to fruits and vegetables, Mrs. Ciyatt 4  seedless grapes have about disappeared "However, red Tokay varieties remain in good 4  prices. 4 1' "New crop cranberries are available at k prices, while bananas, pea, rs, oranges, 1' cantaloupes offer the best fruit buys. 4  "Carrots, head lettuce, cabbage, celery, dry hard shell squash, pumpkin, potatoes, rutabagas ). greens comprise the most economical vegetable