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October 27, 1994

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.hursday, October 27. 1994 19t 00)00tter To,., The Edi00r [[] rlhe time is rapidly approaching when all registered voters need to go -7-" to the polls once again for the 1994 General Election on November ]to s eThrl;ctgl cu tl-,Ohis tCo,S)ateAn  ea dcaNafi 2:tall 1: de;lve r e rain de d us of the ' ieatumdanLe(eg=,,Le..tedConvegtmn,,.%%They:2::)e2 f ernment is best that governs least": Abe Lincoln said "I go for a rnment doing for the people that which they cannot do better for elves" and Woodrow W'dson warned us in 1912 that "The History of rty is the history of the limitations of government, not it's expansion". Ill[Ire must all remember that government does not create wealth, it can only bute that which they first take from us. Anything the government gives ne, must first be taken from someone else. ---J| America began as the quiet guardian of freedom. This vision of our Jernment remained fairly intact until the Great Depression. Since that ,lDle we accepted the idea that government's rules and regulations can be i lllptdn ?at 2fiphtae [, yoUru t dne "bt dY: .tiVeer,, h art h i. wqUred asOne bite atis freedmBureaucrats.and yet we a time, by o:e@erica is rapidly becoming a Social Democracy which resembles some of in tt old world places our immigrant forefathers came to America to escape. lse, ... An E.P.A. official" satd," "I am looking forward to.the day when E.P.A. instill even greater fear that I.R.S. does today" Private property rights ve been under assault for several years by the professional politicians in ason and elsewhere. It started with the Enviromental Movement lth distorted visions of the destruction of the earth, along with mankind. n came the E.P.A., the endangered species act, the fish and wildlife lgulafions, the lowlands protection act, and are many others. But you get ll picture. Each of the laws come with more restrictions and regulations. I[ll How did our servants we choose to represent us, become our misters? Well, we put them there election by election, subsidy after subsidy, ams and more programs. We have turned our government over to a ltp of elitists, who do not understand risk and opportunity, but love w',][tlaranteed entitlements, especially if it will get them more votes. We must ImmVe lost faith in ourselves, to let this happen. ! Chairmen, all of the same party. No congressman in majority party dare .,o'e against, the Speaker or Committee Chairman" to continue" in their dership roles. I am sure you remember the punishment handed out to - lapser Democrat Congressman Phil Gramm (now Senator Gramm), when ankdefied the House leadership by supporting the Reagan tax cut in 1982. . witlaen we voted for a Congressman, we are at the same time voting for the .ire: lders of his/her patty. ''[. The anger, fear, and distrust ' [government we best opportunit we see today afford , we have had in : ,,'Y neVermagnitudeget anagain.pprtunitYyo u are Of Yd;'gouauauYRepubliean etter To the itor | It is not a habit of mine to write .L aletters to the editor, however r Jaink this is an exception. l[ Thursday evening October " [, 1994, I was invited to attend a Jl [eeting at the Senior Citizens As- I ciation building and to my ult of a very posRive attitude ave renewed hope and en- usiasm for "good" things begin- Present who had a bad word for mber of Commerce, the Mero :hants Association, Donley Coun- Y, Donley County Medical Cen- r. CROWN ROYAL mllll BO Proof Canadian Whiskey 750 ml [97 NORTHERN LIGHTS .,el SO Proof Canadian Whiskey 1.75 Ltr 1 1 97 Crystal Palace Vodka 80 Proof 1.75 Ltr $',197 GLENLIVET-( 12 YR) aP ..JE 0 Proof Scotch Whiskey Ltr $, 1 97 me I Weather Day Date Hi Lo Pre Mort 10 7i 61 'rue 11 74 75 Wed 12 7835 Thu 13 79 33 Fri 14 78 41 Sat 15 61 37 Sun 16 75 36 Total for month .43 Total for year 13.97 :be lartnbou ...-tWs I believe wlaen people are tuned in on the power of unity and corporation unbelievable things can be accomplished. If only we could see the potential that Clarendon has as others are begin- ning to see who don't live in our area, I think we could busy oursel- ves in bringing some of our dreams to reality. The history of Claren- don and Donley County are fas- cinating to people from all over the world and they are willing to travel long distances and spend lots of money just to experience to some degree "the old West". Just ask Frank Hommell of the Bar-H Dud Ranch and he will tell you how true this is. I would like very much to en- courage everyone who reads this letter to become involved in sell- ing Clarendon and Donley county in a positive way and build up rather than tear down every part of our community. Let's compliment the people who are trying to make this a better place to live and share with others part of our heritage. Sincerely, Bright Newhouse The Clarendon News welcomes letters to the editor. Letters are an Important forum for airing opinions. But the paper is not responsible for their mmtent. Letters express the opinions of'the writers. The newspaper does not necessarily agree or  with any letter, nor does it vouch for the or any statement in any letter. Hedley Senior Citizens Menu OCt. 27-Nov. 2 Thursday:. Chili & Beans, Onion Rings, Jelled Fruit, Sliced Peaches, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday:. Chicken Strips w/Gravy, French Fries, Let- tuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Pickles, Apricot Cobbler, Milk, Tea, Coffee Monday:. Baked Ham, Broccoli Casserole, Butter Carrots, Apple Ring, Brownies, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tuesday:. Not available Wednesday:. Not avail- able TGIF SPECIALS NATURAL PILSNER 24/12 oz Cans ............................... $8 99 MILWAUKEE BEST SUITCASES Reg--Light ....................................... $9 32 CORONA 6/12 oz Bottles ............................ $4 66 A Pink Chablis or Classic Rhine 750 ml..$2 99 5 Miles North of 287 on Hwy 287 Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p. m. Prices EffecUve thru Friday, October 28, 1994 Page 7 The following Farm and Ranch organizations urge you to VOTE NOVEMBER 8th for the candidates who will PROTECT your PROPERTY RIGHTS: Texas Farm Bureau AGFUND Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers PAC Texas Cattle Feeders Assn. Beef PAC Texas Assn. of Dairymen PAC Texas Cotton Ginners Assn. GINPAC Texas Forestry Assn. FORPAC Associated Milk Producers, Inc. Tex-Tape EARLY VOTING Oct. 19- Nov. 4 Kay Bail esenateHutchison Georgaeo Wor Bush Bob Bullock Lt. Govemor John Sharp Comptroller Mart aGreytok AgRurekCmm.ler Raul Gonzalez "iX Supreme Court Place 1 Nathan Hecht TX Supreme Court Place 2 Priscilla Owen TX Supreme Court Place 3 Pol. Adv. Pd. by Wayne L Riggs, Star RL 5, Box 49, Clarendon. Texas 79226 FOR MORE INFORMATION 1-800-298-4506 PRICES SO LOW- I PiIC-I i. OCT. 2S-NOV. I, 1994CLA_RENDON ' TEXAS ] HORMEL REG. OR MESQUffE ALLSUP'S BLACK LABEL BREAKFAST HOT BACON BURRiTO LINKS 1 LB. PKG. FOR ONLY FOR ONLY 1 9 = PLAIN OR MEAT SHURRNE ,00vo. DORITOS' BOLOGNA1= oz. Ka. SALT REGUI. 26 OZ. RtULAR S. ALLSUP'S 13 LB. LOAF WESTERN FAMILY SANDWICH IBUPROFEN BREAD PRINGLES CHIPS RELIEVER EACH OR s OZ. CAN 100 CT. 200 MG. $ 49 FOR SHURFINE oRrr CEREAL RAISIN SRAN FITT, BRACH'S $19 CRISPY RICE I I BAGCANDY ] 9 M00GIC STOatS $4.99 VEGE00/BLES com- $.39 .,s SPINACH SAVE ON GREEN BEANS PEcoPSI'LA C ANDYssOaTEnBARS 3 FOR 99 3 LITTER BOTTLE ALLSUPS ICE CREAM 1/2 GALLON SIZE $1.89