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October 27, 1994

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October 27, 1994 :o Football Clarendon ................... ---14 Panhandle ....................... 48 The Clarendon Broncos Panhandle, October 21, in Bronco Stadium. After a very hard fought game, V came up on the losing side by to 14. The Broncos scored the first the game, in the first when Roy Williams ran 47t failed). Canadian came t with 3 touchdowns for a score first half. Claren- Lorenzo Moore ran 42 yard for a touchdown, with Robert Taylor running in the 2 extra points to make the score 21-14 at halftime. In the last half, Panhandle scored four more touchdowns, to make the final score 48-14. The Broncos will play Wel- lington at Wellington, October 28th, with game time at 7:30 p.m. The Broncos need your support, so plan on attending the gamel Connect The Dots 5556 e57 (?f" "[" Yi o. e49 / l e19 ,48 o4'7 20 =46 =21 e45 e44 ,22 ,23 024 .3 ,42 .41 o40 .2s o39 e38 o26 o 34 o35 o37 27 eSS eS6 e e28 e29 31 e30 O [bt (lartubou .fttf CHILDREN'S SAFETY-FROM p.1 A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine, em- phasized that in their excitement to go trick-or-treating, children may forget to buckle up. He also cau- tioned parents against letting children hang on the back of pick- up trucks and ride on bumpers as they go through different neighbor- hoods. Accompany your children on their haunting journeys or enlist the aid of a responsible older sibling who can serve as an escort. Em- phasis to youngsters that they should never enter any home. Tell children to avoid houses where lights are turned off. Trick-or-Treat Inspection Don't allow children to eat any treats before reaching home. Once home, carefully inspect all treats. Throw away unwrapped or loosely wrapped items. "If your Elaborate headdresses and rubber masks can block a child's vision. A good substitute for masks and headdresses is face painting. Just make sure the paint is non-toxic and designed for use on the face. Add plenty of glow-in-the dark decals or reflective tape so the child canbe easily seen at night. Let the child help decorate the cos- tume, shoes, trick-or-treat bag and hat with reflective tape. Costumes made of non-flam- mable materials are essential. If you are buying a ready-made cos- tume, read the labels carefully to make sure the fabric is flame retar- dant. This year, accessories are the ultimate horror. Pirates brandish swords, Indians carry bows and ar- rows and astronauts carry lasers. Don't let your little trickster carry sharp objects. Safe and attractive replicas can be mae with cardboard and spray paint. Friendly Haunts Many parents nowadays are considering alternative to the tradi- tional trick-or-treating treks through the neighborhoods, say Scott & White Child Life child gets sick after eating Hal- Specialists. Several families join loweencandy, try to find out exactly forces to have a costume party in what he or she ate and where it the backyard or recreation room came from," Dr. Reassign added, with games, pumpkin carving con- Call your doctor immediately or contact your local Poison Control Center. Oct. 31-Nov. 4 For parents who want an Breakfast extra-close inspection of trick-or- Monday:. Cereal, treat candy, many local hospitals Toast, Juice, Milk and clinics offer free X-rays. X-rays Tuesday:. Pan cakes, can detect metal that could be im- Juice, Milk bedded in candy. It cannot detect Wednesday:. Eggs, other types of tampering, such as Biscuits, Juice, Milk poison or #ass, Dr. Gilbert added. Thursday:. Pancakes, Proper fiendish attire: Costumes should give children maximum mobility. Dr. Reassign suggests that parents con- sider these guidelines before the little gremlins get dressed for their night to howl: Make sure the costume al- lows for easy movement and doesn't drag on the ground. This could cause the child to trip and falL The child should wear shoes that fit well and feel comfortable. High heels, clown feet or heavy boots could cause the child to stumble. Since most trick-or-treating is done at sundown or at night, cos- tumes should allow the child to see and to be seen by motorists. Juice, Milk Friday:. Cinnamon Rolls, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday:. Fish, Hot Rolls, French Fries, Fruit, Cookie, Milk Tuesday:. Taco's (Meat & Cheese), Rice, Salad, Fruit, Milk Wednesday:. Chicken Fried Steak w/Gravy, Hot Rolls, Cream Potatoes, Green Beans, Cake, Milk Thursday:. Italian Dunkers (Breadsticks with Meat Sauce), Corn, Salad, Fruit, Milk Friday:. tests, apple bobbing and ghost stories. Renting vintage scary movies, such as the original version of "King Kong" or more upbeat fare such as "Young Frankenstein," can add just the right spirit to the evening. Make your house ghost friendly Neighbors should also make sure their homes are welcome. If you expect a gaggle of spooks and specters to haunt your neighbor- hood on Halloween night, make sure your yard is free of hazards, Dr. Reassign suggested. * Remove obstacles in the year, such as hoses, sprinklers, lawn furniture and potted plants. Turn your porch light on to let children know they're welcome. * Keep lighted jack-o'- Page 5 lanterns or candles away from the steps of the front door. A child's costume could possibly brush against the open flame and catch fire. * Pets, especially dogs, may become agitated with so many visitors. Keep your pets indoors o out of harm's way for a few houra. * Treats don't have to be of sugar and fat. Consider giving healthy treats such as boxes of raisins, prepackaged granola bars and sugar-free bubble gum. Some families give away pencils and colorful erasers for school and in- expensive toys. "With a little foresisht , HaL loween can be a safe and enjoyable holiday for both children and parents, alike," Dr. Reassign said. 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