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Page 6 FRIEND OF 4-H Clarendon Col- JERRY HAWKINS Adult Leader lege accepted by Kelvin Sharp Award Public 14otice Southwestern Boll 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 ($8.35 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 o4 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 now restructured PLEXAR U 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 Boll Account Representative. ( Southwestern Bell Telephone I i i i i Thursday, November 24 Vice-President, Paula Secretary, Amanda Reporter, Mark Hisorian, Noel Devin. The Hedley 4-H Club ricers are as follows: David Ward; Christina Woodard; Treasurer, Rachel Woodard; torian, TJ. Turner. The Lions EDWIN CAMPBELL received the Outstanding Adult Leadership Award 4-H Members Recognized Members of Donley County 4-H who have participated in projects this year were honored at the Annual 4-H Achievement Banquet recently. Donny Howard, president of the Donley County 4-H Council served as Master of Ceremony for the event. Awards were presented by Zachary Wilcox, CEA-AG and Jeanene Sinclair, CEA-FCS in the following project areas: Beef, Food and Nutrition, Food Preser- vation, Bread, Swine, Lamb, Rab- bit, Veterinary Science and cloth- ing. Each year Donley county 4- H recognizes persons in the com- munity who have gone the extra mile to make sure the 4-H pro- gram is all it can be. This year we have chosen a representative who OBSERVE THE WARNING SIGNS. r"--- / \\; a If you have chest pain lasting two minutes or more, see a doctor. O Amedcan Head Assock=fion 1992. American Head Association DONNY HOWARD received the 4- H Gold Star Award has certainly made an important contribution to not only the Don- Icy county 4-H, but to countless 4.H Clubs across the state. From putting on leadership and judging contest to roping schools and al- lowing us use of their facilities as well as using their expertise in developing theyouth of our county and many others. Clarendon col- lege has truly shown they are a Friend of 4-H. The Todd Roberson Memorial Award was started in 1986 in memory of Todd Rober- son, who was an active member in the Donley County 4-H Beef project. The award is given each year to the most improved 4-H member in the beef project. The recipient receives a rotating pla- que which is kept for one year. Past recipients include Chris O'- Neal, Donald Gooch, Chad Campbell, Wesley Smith and Christel Green. This year the Todd Roberson memorial Award went to Sammy Slover. The 4-H Gold Star Award is SAMMY SLOVER received the Todd Robertson Memorial Award the highest award given to a 4.H member on the county level. Recipients of this award must be 14 years old and have been a mem- ber of 4-H for at least three years. Applications for this award are judged based on leadership, com- munity service, and 4.H project ex- perience. This years 4-H Gold Star Award went to Donny Howard. The recipients from each county was honored at the District 1 4-H Gold Star Banquet at the Borger Country Club. The District 1 4-H Adult Leaders Association began a pro- gram two years ago to recognize outstanding adult leaders in each county. A leader was selected from each county and were recog- nized at a banquet in their honor last September. Receiving the 1994 Outstanding Leader Award for Donley County was Edwin Campbell. The new 1994-95 officers for the clarendon 4-H club are as fol- lows: President, Donny Howard; The award the Clarendon Lions was held on Tuesday, tober.25th, 7 The meeting was Boss Lion Jimmy Garland lead in the Pledge the flag; Rev. Terry Tamplen feted the invocation. people attended enjoyed a ham steak with all the prepared by Nits The following people recognition for their service awards: Terry Tam Tailtwister; A.R. Henson, Tammcr; Don Smith, Chairman; Wilbert Bert SecJTres. Recognition with was given for those not in dance: Dan Bentley, Buddy James, Bingo Gene Reporter; Jerry Chambliss, 94. Lions Todd Knorpp and Shelton were awarded 10 years of service; for 45 years of service. The ladies present presented with a special pin ing the Lions ShlekL Rev offered the benediction and Lion Garland adjourned the Clarendon I.irstY Thrill. asked those timeless questions, "How can I lower t my home energy bills? How can I lower my taxes. One answer is prolme. Propane is the ttscaily correct energy fuel that cooks your food, heats your water, dries your clothes and warms your home. Propane won't waste your hard-ear dollars and it won't pollute our Texas skies. Propane. The clean choice. The clear choice. It can lower your home ener bills. We'll get back to you about those  PROP0000NE THE g A R ALTERNATIVE i ON CLAKtNDi]N'S MAIN STI00ttI SINC[. 13111. RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS o James E. (Jim) NugenL CMJrman II MarlSc0tt. Naben, r=r Barry W C,oui=kx t F0r m0re infonnn almt pr0lm, call us at 1-8006ldt WE have a large NEW Hohday/Wlnter .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.........:..:....:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.......:.:.......:.:.:..:.:....:.:`:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....:.:..:....:.:..:.:...:.:.:.`... ::: :::::::::.'::::-'.':: ::!:::i:i:!:i:: ::::::::::::::: :::::::: ::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -.  Sdection of Children's Clothing including ; Late Night L'N1 , 00nopplng , Downtown Clarendon Children's Clothes ....sizes infant to 6x/7 Every Thursday Night Children's Shoes. .... sizes 5 to 12 =,-c. Until Christmas e  and MANUFACTURINGcoMPANY A[ EntertainmentDec. lEaCh Thursday Night ' ' --  Ferol Shelton Wagon Rides Children's Sleepwear Train Rid.es - $1.00 per person " tt " tt / I from infant .preemm / ? School Choir -Christmas Carols sizes to size 14 / r ..... in girl's & boy's Bring the kids down Remember LateNightShopping to see SANTA CLAUS Every Thursday Night til Christmas Sponsored by The Clarendon Merchants Association