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imrsday, November 17, 1994 1994 - 1995  lbate  place Nov. 12 ScrinaagQ - Jhamrock Here claude Nov. 15 west Texas Here Nov. 17-19 White Deer JV Tournament Nov. 18 Spearmanv(Boys Only) pampa Nov. 22 River Road Here Nov. 29 Groom HQrQ Dec. 1-3 NLat Tournament Oirls & JV Boys) Dec. -1-3 Amartlloq(Boys) 0 Dec. 6 Shamrook Here Dec. 8-10 Valley Tournament  0ec. 12 paducah There 0ec. 16 Groom Ttlere Dec. 19 Lockney Here Dec. 28-30 GrOOm TounlamentOlrls) Dec. 28-30 Canyon V(Boyg ) don. 3 Fort EIIIocr IQrQ 0an. 5-7 clarendon u'V TournamQnt 6 Shamrock (Varslfy Only) Tere Jan. 10 Memphis There 0an. i3 " Canad tan lere 0an. 17 Panhand le Here Jan. 20 wel 1 ington There Jan. 24 Hlghland Park ere oan. 27 Nemph is Here 0an. 31 Canadian Here Feb. 3 Panhandle There Peb. 7 W111ngton Hr Feb. I0 Highland Park There Bob Davis Jlmmy.Avry L,ary Jeffg@ - 17ity Minutes ba" g, 1994 Howarclwick Cy Council t in regular session, on November 8, 1994 at 8.0 .... [Lm. in Howardwick City HalL In tendance were: Mayor, H.C. It; Co Sob H=U, Sob raompson, Willey McCauley, I I=t Pet=, Ch Lut; [ Call To Orden Mayor, H.C. lt eaUed the masting to ordor at tOO p.m. and welcomed all Mctobcmlt"th: Thand minNoteSmb f8 we read and approved as I Audit: Gordon Maddc gave ort on the audit for th= Cyof for the 1993-1994 fis- Bob Hall made a motion i m:ept the audit, with a second Margaret Peuit. Motion =.ted to nothing vote. Fmaucinl Statement: The Fmaaeial Statement was p=vn by COme1 Hall made a motion to ap- with a second by Bob Motkm carried with a tto aothingvote. Tim____e 4:00 6:00 4:00 4:00 TB TB 4:00 e4 4:00 4:00 4:00 TBA TBA 4:00 6:00 4:00 5:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 a me/ion to table tlds item w ,,Id fred o wbat the with a second byBob Motion cardexl wlth a Ito noth vote.  to =,  , Athletic Dlr: K_nt AIIi Adjourn: With no further business, Bob Hall made a motion to adjourn, with a second by Bob Thompson. Motion carried with a ix to nothing vote. RESOLUTION #11 TRASH CHARGES This resolution #11 is to replace Resolution #2 for the City of Howardwick. In the November 8, 1994 Council Meetin Resolution #11 was passed, to change the wording of Resolution #2 from charging all people whether they used the trash service or not, to read; that only the people living in Howardwick be billed for trash disposal that uses the service, and that all back char- ges be written off for the people who have not used the trash service prior to this date. i lartnbeu tH 1994-1995 JR. HIGH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE COLTS AND LADY COLTS OPPONENT PLACE NOV. 14 Memphis Boys - There 5:00 Girls - Here Nov. 2i Canadian Boys - There 5:00 Girls - Here Nov. 28 Panhandle Boys - Here 5:00 Girls - There Dec. 5 Wellington Boys - There 5:00 Girls - Here Dec. 8-10 Claude Tournament Dec. 12 Highland Park Boys - Here 5:00 Girls - There Jan. 9 Memphis Boys - Here 5:00 Girls - There Jan. 12-14 White Deer Tournament Jan. 16 Canadian Boys - Here 5:00 Girls - There Jan. 23 Panhandle Boys - There 5:00 Girls - Here Jan. 30 wellington Boys - Here 5:00 Girls - There Feb. 6 Highland Park Boys - There 5:00 ,  OWNER-OPERATOR OWNEMoOPI[MAIOM I Oasis Liquor Store Hwy 70 North of Clarendon NOW OPEN Colt 45 20 Pak $10.50 incl. tax Lord Calvert 1.75 l. $20.15 tax incl. Lord Calvert 1.0 i. $12.45 tax incl. Kentucky Deluxe 3.75 ml $3.45 Canadian LTD 1.65 l. $15.00 ON [LAICNDON'S llN STKttT SINC[ 1.91D rt. Those against were H.C. ,aer. Ma, H.C a,A Children's Clothes .... sizes infant to 6x/7 that the City proems a Citymeinsteadofpayi '.? Children's Shoes .....sizes 5 to 12 , Ame eke to haul of juak or h. Margaret rettit made a mo-   and i I..to o '-d =d  a . , ,.iler. with a seco"d by Bob , Mo,, = MANUFACTURING I1 ,c.c,l ,ns=.ce Cl= On ei, e / m _ COMPANY ! llort to Council as to what he had o= t= talk to the ad- . Cob --ked Mayor O=k to ,dto Children's Sleepwear Citizens Comments: Mar- [ow=dwi to have the ht in e f, em of city Han mi the one i e=rance turned back c=. Bob /  to ha  ===y eSht the ride of the building that longs to Greenbelt Electric mtmd, imtead of shining | top of the buiidiag. W'tth this not on the agenda, no action Lbe taken. WE have a large NEW Holiday/Winter Selection of Children's Clothing including / / from infant "preemie" sizes to size 14 in girl's & boy's The L/ons Ta/e Page 7 by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday Nov. 8, 1994 at the Lions Hall. Seventeen members, one guest and Lion Sweetheart Dee Williams enjoyed a delicious meal. Boss Lion Gar- land called the meeting to order. Following the regular opening ceremony, Liontamer Henson introduced Russel Estlack as a student who was the guest of his father Lion Allen Esttack. An item of business was discussed and the meeting was adjourned. Happiness is not a matter of events; it depends upon the tides of the mind. --Alice Meynell Pul00lic Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (SWBT) 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 meet 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) 458-0221 tele- typewriter for the deaf. For more information about this application, please call your local Southwestern Bell Account Representative. () Southwestern Bell Telephone / An efficient heating and cooling system can give you a totally new level of comfort.., and savings. And by installing an energy efficient heat pump, you get the best of both worlds. Heating and cooling comfort -- all at  reasonable cost. For rebate and finance information on the electric heat pump, call the Good Cents people at West Texas Utilities Company. WEST TEXAS UTILITIES COMPANY A Central and South West Company