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Page 2  (lartnbon .tW Parent University Offered There will be a Parent University for parents, parents to be, grandparents and area citizens, Saturday, November 12, 1994, at Pampa High School Beginning at 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., numerous class will be offered from birth to college. There is no homework, no test, no tuition, no tardy bell, just a day back at school. Sponsored by The Pampa News, Clarendon College, Coronado Community Hospital, and the Pampa Independent School District. Everyone is invited to attend. Coca Cola x &apos; Village with Accessories .   (Some retired pieces available)  g . I. C  Handmade Childrens &   ' Adult Clothing ;. O +..,<+' 6  322 S. Kearney - Clarendon, Texas A 806-874-2431 IF YOUR HOME GETS UNINVITED GUEST, AT&T MAKES SURE THERE'S A WELCOMING COMMITTEE INIR(X)UCING THE NEW AT&T SECURITY SYSTEM AT&T's new System 8000 has AT&T rellabmty. It's easy for you to operate. Installs neatly and quickly. But it's hard to crack. Its ?A-hour monitoring system brings help fast. It's the breakthrough against break-ins. CRIME ALERT, INC 4001 S. Western 352-16501.800-351650 lln air ID mB o air tim it a mt im iI llm aD ilb it gD it im0 aid         I COUPON ' $ FREE INSTALLATION $ ' 1 YEAR FREE MONITORING I I SPECIAL INTRODUCrOIY OFFER-  1 COUIN PER I FAMILY EXPHtF__,S 11.25.94 Clarendon School Menu Nov. 14-18 Breakfast Monday:. Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Toast, Milk "[hursday. Juice, Milk Friday. Cinnamon Roils, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday. Frito pie w/Meat & Cheese, Pinto Beans, Graham Crackers, Salad, Fruit, Milk Tuesday. Tuna Sandwiches, Salad, Fruit, Potato Chips, Milk Wednesday. Beef Ravioli w/Meat Sauce, Hot Rolls, Salad, Fruit, Milk Thursday. Pig In A Blanket, French Fries, Baked Beans, Salad, Fruit, Milk Friday. Hamburgers w/Cheese, Lettuce, Onion, Tomatoes, Pickles, Tatar Tots i (round), Fruit, Milk Pancakes, Eggs, Pancakes, Austree, A Tree For all Reasons The Austree is an excellent tree for windbreaks, hedges, sheiterbelts, snow fences, noise an dust barriers, shade trees, general landscaping, wildlife habitat, erosion control, and privacy screens. The Austree naturally grows in a dense formation, how- ever, it can easily be pruned for a shade tree. No pruning should be necessary for the first season. In the spring of the second season, simply find the tallest and straightest main leader. Cut all other limbs at ground level and discard. You can prune all small branches from the ground up, about I/3 of the height of the trees. For example, if you have a six foot main leader, you could prune all lower branches up to two feet. Austrees are a very fast growing tree. They usually grow 8- 10 feet in the first year. The Anstree will top out at 50 to 70 feet depend- in 8 on soil, weather, and water con- C00om6vtea00 Motor Company 1992 Pontiac Gr. Am - 2 Dr. - 65,000 Miles - Auto Trans. - Pwr. Windows - Power Locks - Elec. Mirrors, Tilt Str. Wheel - Cruise Control - Black Color with Gray Cloth. Really a Nice Car. $8950.00 1989 aids Cutlass Supreme 2 Door - 70,000 Miles, Maroon Color w/Cloth Seats - 5 Spd. Man. - Cassette Tape, Tilt Wheel - Cruise Control - Air Cond.. A Sporty Nice Car at an Economy Price $6500.00 1992 Nissan P.U. Ext Cab P.U - An immaculate Pickup with only 56,000 Miles - 5 Spd. Man. Trans. - Air Cond. - Cruise Control - Cassette Radio. Nice - Nice $7995.00 1989 Mercury Sable, 4 Dr - White Color - Loaded. Nice Transportation for the economy minded $3395.00 The 1995 Models have arrived and we have " It l! fantastic prices on our remammg 94 Models- Check us out ! We also have many other Used Cars and Trucks in addition to those listed above. Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 10-16 Thursday:. Baked Ham, Butter Beans, Fried Okra, Jello w/Bananas, Blueberry Sour Cream Pie, Cornbread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday:. Honey Glazed Chicken Grill, Curly Fries, Harvard Beets, Carrot & Raisin Salad, Cinnamon Ap- ples, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday:. Chicken Strips, Mini Baked Potato, Carrots, Garden Salad' Plum Cobbler, Coffee, Tea, Milk Tuesday. Pork Pat w/BBQ Sauce, Macaroni & Cheese, Turnip Greens, Ap- plesauce, Chocolate Delight, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Wednesday. Beef Stew w/Potatoes, Tomatoes, Car- rots, Celery, Onion, Pickled Beets, Peaches, Cornbread, Coffee, Tea, Milk ditions. Austrees have a life expec- tancy in excess of 50 years depend- ing on growing conditions and the planting site. If you need further informa- tion concerning trees, please stop by the SWCD office at 4th and Sully. SWCD is a non-profit or- gauization whose sole concern is the conservation of our natural resources. SWCD is in no way in competition with any nurseries. Trees are sold for wildlife and windbreak protection. Arrest Report 10-17-94 Albert Byrd, 62, Clarendon, DWI 10.21-94 Nathan Nabors, 32, Pampa, Motion to Provoke 10-21-94 Brandon Whatley, 18, Nara Visa, DWI 10-21-94 Chris Harrison, 19, Clarendon, DWI 10-24-94 Cotter Hutchinson, 22, Pampa, Criminal Mischef 10-24-94 Gary Don PowelI, 32, Temple, DWI Warrant 10-26-94 David Thomas, 27, AmariHo, Theft by Check 10-26-94 Jeremiah V'trden, 39, Amarillo, Theft by Check V.F.W. will Celebrate Veteran's Day Nov. 11th witha Brealdast from 7 a rn.to9 aJn. Pubac  kwed ,(ISNS 947040) p pub- weekly for $18t per year n Donley Cou and per year ou-of-colmty, by Roberk C.  a The g=nd, P Z_OY s. Kearey', Cl&eni]on Texas 79226. Second-class stage To.. 110. POSTTEI: send adress, changes t: The amndon News, P.O. Box 2 Clarendon, Texas 1110. assified ads are $5.00 for the first 15 words or less and lff cents per word fdr each additional word. Boes or special typogflJghyare extra. Open'display rates ar $3.60 per SAU column inch. Engagement, and atmivrsary p;ctur are $5.00 ac Pic- tures  for publica- tion hotfld be'tcked up i0 days aft& pdbfica: tion. Beadfines for ews and artide are normally Monday at 5:00 p.m. Piamres mhst be received by Friday at 12:00 no6n. The deadline maybe al- tered for holiday. Any erroneous reflec- lion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these cblum win be gadly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's tention. II TI MEMBER 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Thursday, November 10 I Clarendon Leaders' Successful The Clarendon Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a Conference which was attended by twenty-seven individuals senting different groups and organizations for the purpose of understanding and encouragement. Those attending were: Clarendon Mayor, Steve Smith; ment of Transportation, Steve Smith; Clarendon City Aldermen, Wiggs, David Pitts; Donley County Judge, BiUie Christal; Douley Treasurer, Wanda Smith; Clarendon-Donley County Chamber of merce, Don Stone, pres., R.L. Gilkey, Bobble Floyd, Paul Bivens, Hommei, Terry Floyd; Clarendon Merchants Association, Paul Pres., Ann Alexander, Beverly Alexander, Bobble Floyd; Volunteer Fire Department, Delbert Robertson, Delmar Wiggs, Pitts; Donley County Senior Citizens, Sandra Nfinatrea, Director, Kidd' Bill Hodges, Oneta Thomas, Wes Thomas, Wanda Smith College, Jerry Stockton, Pres., Bright Newhouse, Board Pres., R.L. Clarendon Independent Schools, Phil Barefield, Supt., Johnny School Board; Thunder Junction, Bright Newhouse, Chairman, Gilkey, Frank Hommel; AL Morrah Shrine, Mitchell Martin; Saints Museum, Willard Skelton, Terry Floyd; Douley Gene Alderson; Texas Panhandle Star, Kevin Welch. An attempt was made to have every group entity and represented. All of those who attended had a part in a lively happenings, plans, and dreams. There was an atmosphere of optimism good will Everyone went away with a renewed sense of purpose. This a very positive meeting. A second of what will become quarterly Leaders' planned for January (date to be announced) with the Al Morrah hosting the meeting. A brief summary of items discussed includes: the relocation, Totsy; Hwy 287 curbs and gutters; Fire Department Training tower for! toward certification; nursin 8 College to host 1996 State Archaeological Convention; a Recycling Center; Expansion of College facilities; CISD for quality education with community involvement; Fishing TournamenL Autumn Festival, Christmas Parade of Depression Luncheon; Doniey County Senior citizen's Bazaars, Dances, Parties with Community involvement; Saint's Roost Benefit Dance, Open House, possible Junction seeking investors for Phase I (3.5 mill;on for 20 rail;on total; AI Morrah, 4th of July Barbecue. The Chamber of Commerce appreciates everyone who and appreciated the Senior Citizens for the use of their building for this future meetings. Pathfinder Club Enjoys Guest Day Oct.14th Helen Estlack shared with Pathfinder CLub and guests her knowledgeable hobby and retirement profession of collecting , cutting and polishing rocks and gems. She gave us a quickie course on geology, density or hardness of different stones, where they are to be found world wide and some- thing on the process of cutting and polishing. She displayed some uni- que jewelry with diffent=types of settings and stones. Florescent stones were viewed in a miniature dark room setting. The nature of intensity of structure was dis- covered through microscope. Helen considers herself to be a lucky person with her investment, but it is really educated luck that she has managed to buy and sell and still have the versified tion that she so No business meeting conducted. Hostess Pearl mesmeyer, Ruth Robinson Jauice Weatherly and guests to a lovely decorated table from which spiced punch and bar cookies nuts and mints were enjoyed. Guests present were: Estlack, Abbey Warner, Mnsgrove, Betty Jean Melba Risley, Billie Shaffer, hie Clifford and Elvie Shields. Members present Murle Green, Anita Mooring, Powell, Luck Saye, Jo Mary Jane Smith, Dorothy and previously mentioned Kevin Thompson, Agent Clarendon Insurance Agency "Personalized Service" Box 988 Clarendon, Texas 79226 Bus: (806) 874-3506 See the exciting movies everyone's talking about... City Slickers II Little Big League The Flintstones Hang Kong The Yearling With Honors Crime Broker Even Comgirls Get The Blues Stavenhagen 220 Kearney 874-5081