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November 3, from pg. 6 So do about 1370 other of Donley County. This is of an honorable and Democrat almost 60 You have a Republican to stock market crash of )and the depressiom of the 30's. During the last 12 years of Administration you mass unemployment as jobs overseas, milliom became banks failed at an alarm- ! rate, corruption was rampant, federal budget deficit went $40 billion to over $300 bfl- the tax rate was cut for the got richer and the poorer. This was the 80's publican Trickle-Down Clinton inherited their mess. under his administration the t $120 billion, economy is growing more than ; annually with inflation at a 20 low, 4 1/2 million new jobs probing the un- rate down to 5.9%. A bill was passed that will put policemen on the streets though the Republicans it. Now due to GOP propagan- goes unpunished. are seeking dominance fabricated fears and ties as cater to big money and big chanting recycled and proposals. They are who would bash Jesus Theirs an authoritarian society of , subjuga- and oppression of the weak , rewards for the ag- and territorial, an- to all op- and are essential tyran- For those so opposed to So- Democracy, life of man is and always been socialism. AI- innately territorial "no an island unto himself" His stimulation and ,are satisfied by mutual ter- and social solidarity with for each one's periphery. explodes and man mercy of social amity and cooperation today than We mint not let our become enslaved by our or we will fall victim of Hedley Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 3-9 "l'nursday. Catfish Fib lets, Hominy, Spinach, Cole- slaw, Pear Halves, Corn Muf- fin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday:. Lasagna, Corn on Cob, Deviled Egg, Jelled Pruit w/Whipped Topping, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Monday. Chicken Strips & Gravy, Onion Rings, Steamed Cabbage Tuesday:. Steak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Fried Okra, Vegetable Salad, Banana Pud- cling, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Wednesday:. Pinto Beans & Ham, Fried Squash, Beet & Onion Salad, Lemon Pie, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Clarendon School Menu Nov. %11 Breakfast Monday. Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Pancakes, Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Eggs, Bis- cuits, Juice, Milk Thursday. Pancakes, Juice, Milk ldday. Cinnamon Rolls, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday:. Chalupe Supreme with Flour Tortilla, Meat & Cheese, Pinto Beans, Peanut Butter & Graham Crackers, Salad, Fruit, Milk Tuesday. Pizza, Corn, Salad, Fruit, Cookie, Milk Wednesday. Steak- fingers w/Gravy, Hot Rolls, Cream Potatoes, Green ans, Fruit, Milk 1]mrsday. Ham & Cheese Rolls, French Fries Iaked Bean Fruit, Cookies, 00.Lk Friday. Redi Ribs on French Fries, Salad, Cobbler, Milk 1994 "budding emperors" or tyrants as we have in the past. To eradicate "Social Democracy" means everyone would have to give up the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, farm loam, price supports, food inspec- tion, expansion of markets, con- servation of forest and lands, So- cial Security, disease prevention, Pantex, National Parks, fish and wildlife management (What about the 50 million buffalo that were slaughtered almost bringing the buffalo t o extinction because there was no control?), mineral management, reclamation (Do you think mining companies would restore areas decimated by digging if it wasn't mandated?), crime prevention (Who would be tough on crime?), law enforce- ment (Will the NRA take care of this with their 2090 million gum 2 million of which are AK-47 semi- automatic assault rifles?), building and regulation of highways, raft, ways, airways, seaways (Try travel- ing without them!), job training, prevention of discrimination (Maybe you want slavery again), programs for vets, printing of money (Imagine a Republican without money!), EPA (No con- trol of toxic substances, air and water pollution), etc. I believe what the GOP is seeking is "selec- tive socialism" for the elite just as some seek " selective Chris- tianity". Christ preached love, compassion, charity and recon- ciliation of all, not just a few. What we need is the creation of fairly shared economic growth; the creation of universal oppor- tunity without discrimination; the protection of the ailing and power- less; and a comtant striving for fairness and justice in American life. Sammie L. Doering Clarendon, Texas Dear Editor, My knowledge about politics limited and my personal exposure is limited to what I can learn, usually from bias publica- tions and candidate propaganda. I do have a great deal of knowledge about human nature, as I have had more year than I care to acknow- ledge in the observation of people. ;M (lartnbon 2flet=f I know that people are a product of their environment and training. Mac Thornberry comes from a fine family that has generations of exposure to the right family life, religions values, and conservative thinking and training, that is in line with my thoughts and values. I know that Mac Thornberry will al- ways do the right thing. That's im- portant to me, to you, to his country and to him. I put much more faith in Mac., as a hometown boy, than I do in other people who are con- troversial and seem to spend a great part of their time defending past action, of which they are not very proud. I can't vote for anyone but myself, but, I can encourage you to vote for values which you know are right and against those that even- tually lead only to trouble and destruction. My vote will be for Mac Thornberry and I hope yours is too. Roberta Pittman Clarendon, Texas Dear Editor, letter to the editor and the prospective voters of the Texas Panhandle was prompted by comments I heard on the KGNC talk radio while I was visiting my mother a days ago in Clarendon. One man caller's opinion was that we have too many lawyers in Washington. Being a para legal for twenty years, I took this as a per- sonal affront to my profession and the people for whom I work. On November 8th, I will Vote For Mac Thornberryt Yes, Mac Thornberry is a lawyer and a fifth generation Texan, born and reared in Donley County by a pioneer farm and ranch family. He has a wife and MAC THORNBERRY will take our conservative common sense values to Washington. Paid for bV Thomberry tor Congress Commltlee, P.O. Box 1006, Clorendon, TX 79226. PAINTED WOOD, CERAMICS, UNFINISHED WOOD SHIRTS - CRAFT SUPPLIES - GIFTS If We Don't Have It, We'll Get It 700 West 2rid BOX 776 CLARENDON,  79226 BUNNY OWENS PH. 806 874-2508 Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (SWB'I') has filed an applica- tion with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) to restructure the current PLEXAR I and II service offerings. This restructure will sig- nificantly change PLEXAR I and II services. The restructuring of PLEXAR I will, among other things: (1) reduce the maximum line size from 30 to 9; (2) obsolete and grandfather certain optional features; (3) eliminate the requirement to subscribe to Feature Package Two in order to subscribe to certain optional features; (4) reduce the nonrecurring and monthly rates of certain features; and (5) increase the nonrecurring charges for the PLEXAR I System Charge ($2.10 to $8.00), Call Transfer Disconnect feature ($3.00 to $8.00), and Convenience Dialing I feature ($6.35 to $8.00). All current PLEXAR I customers will have the option of keeping their current PLEXAR I service, switching to the new restructured PLEXAR I ser- vice, or switching to PLEXAR II service with ten or more lines. The proposed PLEXAR II restructure will, among other things: (1) change the tariffed offering to serve the market segment of 10-74 sta- tions; (2) create two station pricing structures, one for customers with 10-29 stations, and one for customers with 30-74 stations; (3) reduce the sensitivity for the loop portion of the rate to two price bands: 0-2 miles, and beyond 2 miles; (4) offer a PLEXAR II basic station that can be flexibly configured, from a number of standard features, to meat the individual customer requirements; (5) change the way the termina- tion liability is calculated so the custOmer is responsible for 65% rather than 56% of the present worth of the remaining monthly payments in the contract; (6) create an option that allows month-to-month cus- tomers to convert to long term contracts of at least three years and receive a credit or"contract signing bonus'; and (7) establish a System Subsequent Change Charge which applies per serving central office when changes are made that affect the entire system. Current PLEXAR II customers will also have the option of keeping their current PLEXAR II service, or switching to the new restructured PLEXAR II service. PLEXAR II customers with at least 75 stations also have the option of switching to PLEXAR Custom service in cer- tain situations. This application has been assigned Docket Number 13210. Persons who wish to comment on this application should notify the Commission by November 28, 1994. Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757, or you may call the PUC Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256, or (512) 456-0221 tele- typewriter for the deaf. For more information about this application, please call your local Southwestern Bell Account Representative. Southwestern Bell Telephone two children and is an active mem- ber of the community and the First Presbyterian Church in Amarillo. His political background includes working for Congressman Com- best, Tom Loefler, and in the Reagan administration. Mac Thornberry's opponent for the congressional seat for the t3th District of Texas is Bill Sar- palls. Before you go vote on November 8th, maybe you should call Washington, D.C. to see if Bill has paid his tabs around town; call Hereford, Texas, to check on his personal background and integrity;, call Canyon to check his education- al background. If you call Boys Ranch, you will find that he only spent a few years there, instead of being raised there. Yes, I will vote for Mac Thornberry, a fine Christian man and a fine attorney. Judy Pittman Burlin MAC ORNBEla TAXES: Supports $500 per child tax credit for working parents. Suppor repeal of 1990 and 1993 tax Increases. HEAIJH CARE: Opposes Clinton soclaiized health care plan. Supports m011:xoctlce reform. EDUCATION: Support3 locai control of educotlon. DEFEN Bellevm a strong defense is o Naflonai prk>rffy. Supports U.S. soverelgnty. i Letter To The Editor, Page 7 I hope when voters go to the polls on November 8, 1994, they will cast their vote for Mac Thornberry for Congressman from the 13th District. Mac is an intelligent man with high moral standards. I have known Mac and his family for many years and know that he was raised to work hard and continues to work hard. Above all, he was taught that honesty is one of the most impor- tant traits one can have. Mac has been very clear about his stand on issues and has not tried to cloud the issues with personal attacks. I think voters ap- preciate this. I am impressed with the Con- tract with America signed by Mac and other conservative candidates and I do not understand why he Cont'd on Rg. 8 BILL KMIPAUU$ TAXES: Voted for 1993 Clinton tox blli, (Vote 406, 8-6-93). Voted to Increase gasoline tax 6.8 cents per gallon. HEALIH CAME: Sorpailu= said, "Reform of our natlonJ health care system, tor Instance, will be an excelient example of the Clinton presidency," Bill Sorpailus, Guest COlumn, Amarillo Globe News. EDUCATION: Voted for more federal control and federal mandates. I IIII DEFENI .Voted 10 put O.S. troop, under the command of the Unlfed Nations. Voted to cut defense ,spending. MAC TIJb-rnberry FOR CONGRESS "k 13TH DISTRICT I Church Directory Assembly of God Stl & MCielland Rev. Rebert Bmrtm, P=mter 1174-2195 Sunday School 9:.45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 6.-00 p.m. Wednesday Believer Service 7:00 p.m. Christian Church 3rd & Gomt Everett Stevem Sunday School 9:.30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:.40 am. Jesus Name Almstolic Church Montgome & Faker Rev. Jerome Campbell Wonldp Service 3:00 p.m. Wed Night Service 7:30 p.m. St. John The Baptist pt=eotNd Ch=rch 3rd & Parlm Rev. Ned Ir/4-2231 Holy Communkm l 1:00 am. First Baptist Church 3rd & BeOee Truman I, edbetter, Painter Sunday School 9:.45 am. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Hwy 287 & Jaclmon 874-3156 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. St. Stephen Baptist Church Jeffenmn & Mmtlndale Rev. Melvin Bmolm, Paster Sunday School 9:.45 am. Morning Worship 11:00 am. Evening Service 8:30 p.m. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. Woman's Mimion 8:00 p.m. Church Of Christ 4tlb & Cmlmrt Siler, ]KIInbter Irt4-249s Sunday School 9.30 Lm Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. Presbyterian Church 4th & Parlm g74-3428 Sunday School 9:.45 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Church Of The Nazarene 3rd & Hawley Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Robert L Gilpin, Paster Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:.45 a.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Chnrch Hewaldwkk Sunday School 10:.00 am. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 7:00 pan. 9:.30 a.m. Wedne=day Prayer Me, tin 8 7:00 Lm. 10:.30 a.m. 4th Sunday ChurPJl of Christ 6:00 p.m. Hlley 7:00 p.m. Brkt Ne=ome, Mlmtster Sunday School 10:.00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 am. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Wedneaday Bible Study 8:00 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church nedk, y S$6-$370 Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Service Wednesday Bible Study United Methodist Church H=dk. Wamla Hm Worship Service Sunday School Joint Evening Service Monthly With Bible Wednesday Bible Study C&om6e00r00 Motor Company ClarendonAuto Supply Clarendon Office Supply & Printing J & W Lumber 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Faith Temple Corner of Faker & Montgomery Rev. John W. & Whnde Mac Brewn, Pmter Morning Service I.30 a.m Sun. & Wed. Evening Services 7:00 p.m. Tue. Night Dbcipleship  7:00 p.m. St. Marys Catholic Church MCidland & Montgemery Terry Burke Sunday Morning Mau 9:.30 am. First United Methodist Church 874.3667 Rev. Terry Tampkm Sunday School 9:.45 a.m. Morning Worship 1.50 a.m. UMY 5:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Dinner 5:30 p.m. Nursery 6-9 p.m. K-5 Choir 6:30 p.m. Bible Studies 6:30 p.m. Chancel Choir Practice 8:00 p.m. UM Men-3rd They 7:00 a.m. Martin Baptist Church Mmea Commmmy Brain Knewi I%mter ff74-207 Sunday School 1.00 a. Morning Wonthip 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 6.0 p.m. Community Bank Hedley, Texas Kidd's Texaco The Clarendon News Art & Nail by Delores Poor Boy's Antiques