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The Clarendon Enterprise • November 4, 2004 City: Aldermen raise permit fees Continued from page one. of Aklcrmen held a final Public hear- ing on Ordinance 353, which would increase building permit fees in the city. The ordinance was approved unanimously on its second reading and took effect October 26. Tarell Dyer of Centramedia ()nline services addressed the board concerning leasing space on the city radio tower to deliver high-speed lnternet to Clarendon. Alderman Michael Tibbets said he would like to see Centramedia provide free service to the City Hall, the city library, the chamber of commerce, the Saints&apos; Roost Museum, and the Donley Cotmty Sheriff's Department plus pay an access lee equivalent to $375 per month. Dyer will speak with his supervisor and return to the Novem- ber 9 meeting. Colby Waters of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission prescnted a resolution to allow the city io apply for a Texas Commu- nity I)evelopment Grant. Aldermen approved the resolution. Ronnie and Melinda McAnea  addressed the board concerning propeJty located at 820 S. Allen Street, which has become an eyesore aml a nuisance. Pate recommended proceeding under the Dangerous Structures ordinance and utilizing the procedure to have the house demol- ished. A public hearing will be held on this topic November 9. The Clarendon Economic Devel- opment Corporation presented a con- tracI to the board. Under the terms of the contract, the CEDC would pay the city $200 per month for light clerical duties, such as collecting the CEDC mail, paying bills, posting agendas, a+d reconciling financial statements. The CEDC Board believes the con- tract will allow CEDC to pursue its goals without incurring the expense oi hiring a director. The aldermen approved the contract. In his administrative report, Pate said a letter had been received fi'om the NRCS directing the city to pay the money owed on the disaster grmt, which paved 12 blocks in ,,,)utheast Clarendon and made flood improvements. The board directed Pale to take money from a General Fund certificate of deposit to pay the $38,562.09 bill. Obituaries Carter Funeral services for Edna Louise Mann Caner, age 74, were held at 2: O0 p.m. on Thursday, October 28, 2004, in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Truman Ledbet- tcr, retired pastor, officiating. Burial was held at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc., of Clarendon. Mrs. Carter died Tuesday, Octo- ber 26, 2004, in Amarillo. She was born April 14, 1930, in Clarendon and was a resident of Clarendon until moving to Dumas in 1948. She was employed by the First State Bank in Dumas from 1948 until 1989 when she retired and moved to Pampa. She lived in Pampa from 1989 until returning to Clarendon in 1995. She married Garth Cyrus "Red" Carter on May 28, 1948, in Clarendon. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in Clarendon. Survivors include her husband, Garth "Red" Carter of Clarendon; two sons, Johnny Carter and wife Deena of Shamrock and Randy Carter of Austin; two sisters, Ruby Turner of Hostell, Texas, and Francis Kennard of Amarillo; and two grand- children, Dakota Carter and Jacey Caner, both of Shamrock. The family requests that memo- rials be made to BSA Hospice in Amarillo. Subscribe Today Ke=y'. Barber Shop I , Utility Trailers [ k}204S. Koogle, Clarendon874.9308. We appreciate your business! and Clarendon Auto Sales & New wheels A new $90,000+ ambulance was delivered to the Associated Ambulance Authority on Monday, but it didn't cost local taxpayers a dime. The vehicle was paid for by trading in two older ambulances and by utilizing grant funds from the Amarillo Area Foundation and the Texas Department of State Health Services. Shown here are authority director Anita Aaron, Debra Hill, Connie Wheatly, Anna Summers, and Donley County • Hospital District Administrator Alan Graham. Enterprise Digital Photo Show starts at dusk (6:30). Gates open one hour before. Come early for burgers and drinks at the • concessien stand. Friday & Saturday. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 Call Tony Polito 1806) 874-9313 1806) 930-1406 ,, PO Box 802, Clarendon, TX 79226  NOW OPEN 5"a, ,aaha,.dt & '0 .ennett GREENBEU' CLEANERS 874-5024 Catch the DeSha Report Noon to 1:00 p.m. Weekdays Live On Hedley Honor Roll First grade: Lesfie Martin, Heath McCleskey, Bradly Montgomery, Trent Moore, and Cody Morris., Second grade: Kate Adams, Sheridan Hoyer, Grayson Morris, Mada/yn Verstuyft, and Wyatt Wheatly. Third grade: Deborah Howard. Fourth grade: Austin Adams, Lydia Howard, Jamie Loller, Zach Sargent, and Sierra Wheatly. Howard, Eleventh grade: Holly Davis, Julie Funderburg" and Benjamin Shaw. Twelfth grade: Sarah Bolin, Allison Hill, and Ste- phen Howard. JIEllmmlOLMI First grade: Christopher Cabler, Randy King, Klai- ton Moore, and Chase Sharp. Second grade: Lucian Gray and Richard Like. Third grade: Denver Chambless, Maggie Collins, Kyle Lindsey, Kristen Liner, .lake Owens, and Bailey Wood. Fourth grade: Caden Farris and Karl Maldonado. Fifth grade: Joey Allen, Kayta Elam, Lindsey McLaren, ,lacob Ramirez, and Ashton Wens- Seventh grade: Daryna Cabler, Danny Garcia, Haley Hall, Bobble Like, Brook Martin, Alex Sharp. and Morgan Wheatly. Eighth grade: Peter Howard, Shandy Koetting, Amanda Musick, and Ketby Shields. Ninth grade: Kristen Dwight, Jonathan Edmonson, ,lody Hinton, Samuel Lovely, and Danielte Smith. Tenth grade: Daniel Allen, Brayden Bennett, Katie Gregory, Justin Kellas, and Seth Koetting. Eleventh grade: Megan Hall and Britney Upton. Twelfth grade: Eric Atston, Roper Copetin,. Emily Edmonson, Courtney Ellerbrook, Matthew Glover, Cole Llewellyn, John Patterson, and William Wal- lendorff. Sixth grade: Reid Copetin, Laura Howard, Kat- brough. terinna Johnson, Braden Montgomery, JasieSar- Sixth grade: Jennifer Allen, Tamra Burnam, gent, KayleeShietds, and AlexWarminskL Timber Burnam, Haley Chambless, Miriam Seventh grade: Marlee Sargent. Garcia, Brittany Gransdos, Matthew Grueter, Eighth grade: Skyler Conatsor. Monies Miller, Ami Tribble, Kallie Verstuyft, and and Ruth Tenth grade: Jaei Copelin, Betty Cruz, ,lose Vil/erreal. 00uZn)-ur +-Z00oo We salute these kids for strivin . Is. (,.\\;, Clarendon Insurance * Congratulations and keep studying.  Agency For all your welding needs. Construction • Portable Welding • Wooden or Metal 874-3487 or If no answer, please leave Mark Luttrell Installation Repairs FAITH Cedar ° Spruce ° Chain-link Wood • Metal Post m Home Kelly Hill Mobile 874-2211 Clarendon, TX 672-0414 Richard Sheppard, Family Dentistry, Orthodontics, Implants * Bleaching Spe00, i $1oo.oo Includes Custom Trays and Starter Kit Refills are not expensive. Don t stop until you are This treatment would cost you $500 in Call today for your appoint 874-5628 Located in the Community Services Building, Hedical Cont!er Campus | ),.,ONEDAY i ' Roy McCoy "You can really trust Economy Hearing Aid Centers for the lowest prices & best service anywherer -- Roy McCoy, Long Time Meteorologist FREE HEARING SCREENING' & CONSULTATION: i iscussion and demonstration of new digital *Not a medical exam. Audiometric test to determine proper amplification nee Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 • 10:00 am. to 2.'00 Donley Ceunty Senior Citizens 115 E  Stlreet Clarendon 877-810-0330 No appointment necessary. Home testing b 3 Ec0omy Hearing Aid CenteCs low pace guarantee: If you f i " "r4 011  idelCat he,no aid at any local retail competitor, dthei _'. '. 10 w'nan yo buy from us. Just bring us the compels cm'ent ad, ’ '" to ve me em's pnce that you have found. Compels rnufac 4A <' (iscontinued, and used hearing aids are excluded from  01: l Located in select ! WaI-Mart Supercenters and other locations ! IoAIMO Me11 • 7701 I-, Ifllll olli TOLL FREE 888 722-5455 F i A LOCATION NEAREST YOU! L w EconomyHearing.corn The Clarendon Enterprise • November 4, 2004 City: Aldermen raise permit fees Continued from page one. of Aklcrmen held a final Public hear- ing on Ordinance 353, which would increase building permit fees in the city. The ordinance was approved unanimously on its second reading and took effect October 26. Tarell Dyer of Centramedia ()nline services addressed the board concerning leasing space on the city radio tower to deliver high-speed lnternet to Clarendon. Alderman Michael Tibbets said he would like to see Centramedia provide free service to the City Hall, the city library, the chamber of commerce, the Saints' Roost Museum, and the Donley Cotmty Sheriff's Department plus pay an access lee equivalent to $375 per month. Dyer will speak with his supervisor and return to the Novem- ber 9 meeting. Colby Waters of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission prescnted a resolution to allow the city io apply for a Texas Commu- nity I)evelopment Grant. Aldermen approved the resolution. Ronnie and Melinda McAnea  addressed the board concerning propeJty located at 820 S. Allen Street, which has become an eyesore aml a nuisance. Pate recommended proceeding under the Dangerous Structures ordinance and utilizing the procedure to have the house demol- ished. A public hearing will be held on this topic November 9. The Clarendon Economic Devel- opment Corporation presented a con- tracI to the board. Under the terms of the contract, the CEDC would pay the city $200 per month for light clerical duties, such as collecting the CEDC mail, paying bills, posting agendas, a+d reconciling financial statements. The CEDC Board believes the con- tract will allow CEDC to pursue its goals without incurring the expense oi hiring a director. The aldermen approved the contract. In his administrative report, Pate said a letter had been received fi'om the NRCS directing the city to pay the money owed on the disaster grmt, which paved 12 blocks in ,,,)utheast Clarendon and made flood improvements. The board directed Pale to take money from a General Fund certificate of deposit to pay the $38,562.09 bill. Obituaries Carter Funeral services for Edna Louise Mann Caner, age 74, were held at 2: O0 p.m. on Thursday, October 28, 2004, in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Truman Ledbet- tcr, retired pastor, officiating. Burial was held at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc., of Clarendon. Mrs. Carter died Tuesday, Octo- ber 26, 2004, in Amarillo. She was born April 14, 1930, in Clarendon and was a resident of Clarendon until moving to Dumas in 1948. She was employed by the First State Bank in Dumas from 1948 until 1989 when she retired and moved to Pampa. She lived in Pampa from 1989 until returning to Clarendon in 1995. She married Garth Cyrus "Red" Carter on May 28, 1948, in Clarendon. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in Clarendon. Survivors include her husband, Garth "Red" Carter of Clarendon; two sons, Johnny Carter and wife Deena of Shamrock and Randy Carter of Austin; two sisters, Ruby Turner of Hostell, Texas, and Francis Kennard of Amarillo; and two grand- children, Dakota Carter and Jacey Caner, both of Shamrock. The family requests that memo- rials be made to BSA Hospice in Amarillo. Subscribe Today Ke=y'. Barber Shop I , Utility Trailers [ k}204S. Koogle, Clarendon874.9308. We appreciate your business! and Clarendon Auto Sales & New wheels A new $90,000+ ambulance was delivered to the Associated Ambulance Authority on Monday, but it didn't cost local taxpayers a dime. The vehicle was paid for by trading in two older ambulances and by utilizing grant funds from the Amarillo Area Foundation and the Texas Department of State Health Services. Shown here are authority director Anita Aaron, Debra Hill, Connie Wheatly, Anna Summers, and Donley County • Hospital District Administrator Alan Graham. Enterprise Digital Photo Show starts at dusk (6:30). Gates open one hour before. Come early for burgers and drinks at the • concessien stand. Friday & Saturday. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 Call Tony Polito 1806) 874-9313 1806) 930-1406 ,, PO Box 802, Clarendon, TX 79226  NOW OPEN 5"a, ,aaha,.dt & '0 .ennett GREENBEU' CLEANERS 874-5024 Catch the DeSha Report Noon to 1:00 p.m. Weekdays Live On Hedley Honor Roll First grade: Lesfie Martin, Heath McCleskey, Bradly Montgomery, Trent Moore, and Cody Morris., Second grade: Kate Adams, Sheridan Hoyer, Grayson Morris, Mada/yn Verstuyft, and Wyatt Wheatly. Third grade: Deborah Howard. Fourth grade: Austin Adams, Lydia Howard, Jamie Loller, Zach Sargent, and Sierra Wheatly. Howard, Eleventh grade: Holly Davis, Julie Funderburg" and Benjamin Shaw. Twelfth grade: Sarah Bolin, Allison Hill, and Ste- phen Howard. JIEllmmlOLMI First grade: Christopher Cabler, Randy King, Klai- ton Moore, and Chase Sharp. Second grade: Lucian Gray and Richard Like. Third grade: Denver Chambless, Maggie Collins, Kyle Lindsey, Kristen Liner, .lake Owens, and Bailey Wood. Fourth grade: Caden Farris and Karl Maldonado. Fifth grade: Joey Allen, Kayta Elam, Lindsey McLaren, ,lacob Ramirez, and Ashton Wens- Seventh grade: Daryna Cabler, Danny Garcia, Haley Hall, Bobble Like, Brook Martin, Alex Sharp. and Morgan Wheatly. Eighth grade: Peter Howard, Shandy Koetting, Amanda Musick, and Ketby Shields. Ninth grade: Kristen Dwight, Jonathan Edmonson, ,lody Hinton, Samuel Lovely, and Danielte Smith. Tenth grade: Daniel Allen, Brayden Bennett, Katie Gregory, Justin Kellas, and Seth Koetting. Eleventh grade: Megan Hall and Britney Upton. Twelfth grade: Eric Atston, Roper Copetin,. Emily Edmonson, Courtney Ellerbrook, Matthew Glover, Cole Llewellyn, John Patterson, and William Wal- lendorff. Sixth grade: Reid Copetin, Laura Howard, Kat- brough. terinna Johnson, Braden Montgomery, JasieSar- Sixth grade: Jennifer Allen, Tamra Burnam, gent, KayleeShietds, and AlexWarminskL Timber Burnam, Haley Chambless, Miriam Seventh grade: Marlee Sargent. Garcia, Brittany Gransdos, Matthew Grueter, Eighth grade: Skyler Conatsor. Monies Miller, Ami Tribble, Kallie Verstuyft, and and Ruth Tenth grade: Jaei Copelin, Betty Cruz, ,lose Vil/erreal. 00uZn)-ur +-Z00oo We salute these kids for strivin . Is. (,.\\;, Clarendon Insurance * Congratulations and keep studying.  Agency For all your welding needs. Construction • Portable Welding • Wooden or Metal 874-3487 or If no answer, please leave Mark Luttrell Installation Repairs FAITH Cedar ° Spruce ° Chain-link Wood • Metal Post m Home Kelly Hill Mobile 874-2211 Clarendon, TX 672-0414 Richard Sheppard, Family Dentistry, Orthodontics, Implants * Bleaching Spe00, i $1oo.oo Includes Custom Trays and Starter Kit Refills are not expensive. Don t stop until you are This treatment would cost you $500 in Call today for your appoint 874-5628 Located in the Community Services Building, Hedical Cont!er Campus | ),.,ONEDAY i ' Roy McCoy "You can really trust Economy Hearing Aid Centers for the lowest prices & best service anywherer -- Roy McCoy, Long Time Meteorologist FREE HEARING SCREENING' & CONSULTATION: i iscussion and demonstration of new digital *Not a medical exam. Audiometric test to determine proper amplification nee Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 • 10:00 am. to 2.'00 Donley Ceunty Senior Citizens 115 E  Stlreet Clarendon 877-810-0330 No appointment necessary. Home testing b 3 Ec0omy Hearing Aid CenteCs low pace guarantee: If you f i " "r4 011  idelCat he,no aid at any local retail competitor, dthei _'. '. 10 w'nan yo buy from us. Just bring us the compels cm'ent ad, ’ '" to ve me em's pnce that you have found. Compels rnufac 4A <' (iscontinued, and used hearing aids are excluded from  01: l Located in select ! WaI-Mart Supercenters and other locations ! IoAIMO Me11 • 7701 I-, Ifllll olli TOLL FREE 888 722-5455 F i A LOCATION NEAREST YOU! L w EconomyHearing.corn