02 - The Unger Memorial Library

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02 - The Unger Memorial Library
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1m, ABERNATHY, TEXAS
Dr. Kennith Gregory honored Hardin named chamber's
as chamber~s Citizen of Year first Teacher of the Year
The Abernathy Chamber of
Commeree honored Dr. Kennith
G.,.,ry u ita Citizen of the Year.
Leat year's honoree Earl Carter
made the presentation at the
chamber's annual banquet Saturday.
Dr. Gregory retired Feb. 26 after running a medical clinic for 43
yeara in Abernathy. He and his
wife Charlsie married 47 years
ago in Comanche. They had four
children. They have three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Dr. Gregory moved from Detroit, Mich., to Brownwood-Early
at a young age. His family moved
to Comanche where he graduated
from high school.
He attended Howard Payne
Univenityin Brownwood. Hecontinued his education at Kansas
City College of Osteopathic Medicine (Health Service Center of
Kansas City). He served internships in Comanche, Big Sandy
and Lubbock.
The Gregorys moved to Abernathy in 1958 and opened the
former medical clinic of Dr. Bob
DeLaney. His first aasistant was
Jo Carter accepts the Abernathy Chamber of Commerce
Jo Carter at the clinic in the 900
Citizen of the Year award for Dr. Kennith Gregory who was
block of Ave. D.
In 1960 he designed and conunable to attend the annual banquet. She worked with Dr.
structed the medical clinic on 8th
Gregory for 26 years. Making the presentation was her
St. It was large enough for two
husband Earl, last year's recipient.
medical teams and facilities for
hobbies
Dr. Gregory was very interobstetrics. In 1995 he entered into
"Many of those were more dar·
ested in school activities and athan affiliation with St. Mary Hosing than those of us with a chicken
letic events . He administered
pital in Lubbock.
heart
would attempt."
physical
examinations
for
student
"Many residents of the AberHe new his own airplane to
athletes in all programs.
nathy vicinity were delivered by
various places to enjoy hunting
"At game time, he could be seen
our citizen," Carter said.
and fishing. He's been deep sea
in the stands or on the sidelines
In the early 1960's, Dr. Grefishing, hunted wildjavelinas and
to
give
medical
assistance
if
ready
gory had several aasociates.
successfully hunted bear in
needed," Carter said.
-During a time when area mediAlaska.
Through the years various
cal facilities were not as numerDr. Gregory also served as a
school
administrators,
coaches
ous aa today, our citizen and his
reserve medical officer. While on
and players presented Dr. Grestaft'worked long periods beyond
active duty he was the commandgory with various mementos.
the posted office hours," Carter
Among those was a footba)) from ' ing officer of a medical unit at
said. '"I'hey would often see more
Reese Air Force Base in Lubbock.
the 1958 season, during which
patients in one day than some
The Gregorys were not able to
Carter was an Abernathy coach.
current facilities wi)) _in a week.
attend
the banquet and asked Jo
Many patients were registered , It was signed by all the players
Carter
(Earls' wife) to accept the
and
coaches.
from Anton, Cotton Center,
award on their behalf. She worked
Carter enlightened the crowd
Idalou, New Deal, Petersburg and
with Dr. Gregory for 26 years.
with descriptions of the doctor's
surrounding areas.·
Accepts award for Dr. Kennith Gregory
Mayor Johnson makes special presentation to Dr. Gregory
About 100 people were present
when the Abernathy Chamber of
Commerce honored Bettie Hardin with its first Teacher of the
Year award.
The chamber annually recognizes the Farm Family of the Year
and the Citizen of the Year. This
waa the first year that an Abernathy teacher was recognized.
AISD superintendent Or an
Hamilton made the presentation.
Hardin has been an educator
for 46 years. She also spends four
hours a week as a homebound
instructor. Hardin has also sent
thousands of cards in an ongoing
effort to relate various sentiments
to area people. She recently received a personalized parking spot
at the high school.
The Citizen of the Yearwas Dr.
Kennith Gregory. Earl Carter,laat
year's Citizen of the Year, made
the presentation.
Wilson Neve made the presentation for Farm Family ofthe Year
to the Freddy Harkey family .
Neve's family received the same
honor last year.
Abernathy Mayor Carl Johnson
made a special presentation to
Dr. Gregory for 43 years ofmedical service to Abernathy. Johnson
was representing the city and its
elected officials.
Johnson noted that Dr. Gregory had handled about 3,000
births during his tenure. Dr. Gregory retired Feb. 26.
President Jeff Oswalt announced this year's scholarship
recipients. The chamber's scholclrBhip committee interviewed 12
applicants.
Nicholas Gonzales is attending West Texas,A&M and received
Teacher of the Year
A1SD superintendent Oran Hamilton (left) announced Bettie
Hardin as the Abernathy Chamber of Commerce's first
recipient of Teacher of the Year.
one of the $500 scholarships.
Jamie May will graduate from
AHS this May and received the
other scholarship.
Oswalt reminded the audience
that this year's scholarship golf
tournament will be May 15 at
Abernathy Country Club.
Master of ceremonies Dave
Menefee presented Oswalt with a
plaque as a token of appreciation
for serving as the chamber's presi·
dent.
Ricky Powell is the chamber's
vice president. Menefee will be
the new secretary · treasurer.
Board directors are Jim Odom,
Mike Wilcox, Todd Abell, Gerry
Kleman, Menefee, Jeannie
Johnson, Elizabeth Jenkins, Jay
King and Powell.
Something else new added this
yeaT was the awarding of$50 to a
member of the audience . Lori
Fortenberry wall the recipient of
the cash award because she held
the program signed by former sec·
retary·treasurer Mike Wilcox.
AYLIGHT SAV NGS
TIM
Freddy Harkey family named
chamber Farm Family of Year
The Freddy Harkey family was
named the Abernathy Chamber of
Commeree's Farm Family of the
Year. Lutyear's honoree was the
Wilson Neve family. Neve made
this yea.... presentation.
'"I'he family that haa been chosen as our farm family this year is
very devoted to the ideal that a
family that works and plays together will be a strong family with
strong ties to each other as well as
others," Neve told those attending
the annual awards banquet.
'"I'he parents show strong leadership in the community and their
personal lives. They have worked
as a family in many areas in our
community. They have been strong
leaders in junior FFA livestock
Harkeys Farm Family of the Year
Willon Neve preeent8 Freddy Barkey with a plaque honoring hill family as the Abernathy
Chamber of Commerce'l Farm Family of the Year. Neve wasiast year's recipient and made
thepreeentation Saturday at the chamber'l8Dnual banquet. Fl'Omleftare Neve, Hariley and
hie wife Mary and their chlldren Andrew, KeUyand Katy.
'
and 4-H programs. The children
learn how to do their work by being shown but they are expected to
do their own work."
Harkey grew up in a farm family that still operates southeast of
Abernathy.
"He has one sister, who could
tell you many stories about his
childhood, two brothers and a
mother," Neve said. "His father
and one brother are deceased now
but he learned many things from
them."
Harkey attended New Deal
schools. He attended college in
BOutheasternNew Mexico on a football scholarship.
He married Mary Lane in De-
cember 1980. They have two
daughters and a son.
Mary came from New London,
Iowa, in July 1964. Her father was
an engineer and her mother
worked in the savings and loan
business. Mary graduated fro!ll
Abernathy High School. She has a
brother and a sister.
"I'm not going to tell you how
old she is but she was four years
old when her family came to Abernathy ," Neve said.
'"I'heir children are involved in
many things at home and st
school," Neve said. "This family
supports everything the children
are in and will give 100 percent of
themselves to see that things get
done."
Hale County faces whistleblower lawsuit
Marcb24.
It alleges that Cymberly Mara,
formerly Cymberly Barrera, waa
swrWrlter
Hale County Judge BiD Hollan fired after reporting "the inapprohas declined comment on a priate handling of public funds by
wbiltleblower euit filed against Beveral employees of the Hale
the county by a former juvenile County Juvenile probation department.
pI'Obetlon department employee.
-She reported theBe di8Cl"8panDallae attorney Mary Alice
McLarty filed the euitMarcb 19 in cies,misappropriation offunds and
Travis County. It was mailed tampering with government docu-
BFRicbudOrr
PlaIa. . . . , . Benld
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depart.Dent'1 probation fees and
I'Mtitution account failed to determine if any money waa milsing
because ofincomplete records.
David Allenlon, department
director at the time, resigned Dec.
81, 1996, He went to work aa the
juvenile probation director in BeD
and Lamp8888 counties and hu
since left that position.
The luit further alleges that
ments (and) 88 a relult of her report and subeequent testimony
before a Hale County grand jury,
two employees of the department
were indicted in April 1996. She
later testified at the trial of one of
these employees."
Both employees were acquitted
injury trials conducted by the ltate
attorney pneral's omce.
An extenlive audit of the
SbaneCunniqbamMtJooriaI
aw"
lesl we receive more donatioDl
before May 11: Kelley said.
': SchoJanIrlp qualUlcations:
• .nUlt be a college junior or Benior ne# fall
Th. ~anbip wiD
:;:tl~ annual rr~,~t ?,;:uetbein<~acadelQicstand, ~ amount wiD ~'.lIO un· ' elD1llt haw been a fol'llHll' :Aber·
She was treated like a pariah
during and after the entire ordeal."
According to the luit, Ihe was
placed on administrative leave
Dec. 11, 1998, and ~en terminated on Dec. 22, 1998, although
she had only good job evaluations.
"The stated reason was
pretextual and the action was retaliation" for reporting the alleged
financial improprieties.
The suit seeks unspecified compensatory damages for "mental
anguish, lost wages and benefits,
l08t eaming capacity (and) adverse
disciplinary action."
A trial date is pending.
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Perez finishes seventh in state'
FFA accepting scholarship applications
Scbolanbip .ppH~tiona are DOW
beiqlioceptedb) 4bernatby"~
acMaor Gerald Kelley.
. '
after Mars' testimony, "she immediately came under the glare of a
hostile environment in that office.
Jon Perez finished Beventh
at the .tate powel'lifting meet
. . Saturday at Killeen.
"lie W a perIOnai best of
8OOpoundiion the bench pre8l,.
Alllnathy coecb Sonny Gon-
oath)' FFA member
• IDDIt b8 an agriculture auQor
• mUit be • fbll·time .tucIent
• _tbtofpodmoral~r
. For . . in(ormatiOQ contact
KeUejltAbemathyHigbScbool, .~
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-Jon narrowly mi8Ied a new
ltate record of 620 pounds on
the dead lift. He hitched it"
The lift would have given him
the fifth place medal.
'"I'he competition W88 - tremely competitive. Our re-
gion is still a little behind the .
, others but we are gaining.
-It il a great honor to compete among the elite of our
state."
Perez competed in the 276pound weight clus.
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Mar. 27. 1999,in Lubbock.
She w .. born in Sweetwater
, . aa4"'weI to AmariDo when an
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in 1997.
Survivori include a ,..and·
dau,hter. Deborah FIIberof~
bock; three lI'andaone, Cbarlel
McClureJr.ofAbematby.Cmrord
McClure ofOeorgi, and Michael
McClure of FIU'JIO. N.D.; 111 greatlJI'andcbildren; and three gteatgreat-grandchildren.
ElD1tr
McClure died
infaiit. She married Elmer
McClure in 1937 in Amarillo. He
died in 197•• Sbe waa a home·
maker. a Baptilt and had worked
Apr.M
.
rolla, cake, milk
TllUBSDAYI beef and cbeele
nacboe. aalad, pinto beane, .pice
Graveside services for A.T.
He was a former resident of
Mallow. 98. ofArlinglDn were at2
Abernathy.
Lubbock
and
p.m. Monday. Mar. 29. in City of
Weatherford. He moved to Arling.
Lubbock Cemetery with the Rev.
ton in 1996. He waB a retired
Terry JoneB. paBtor of New Deal
fanner and a Baptist.
Firat BaptiBt Church. officiating. .
Survivors include a BOn, Jake?f
LuDCIaMeDa
Burial waa under direction of
ArlinglDn; a daughter. LaCella
Frank1in·Bartley Funeral Home.
Long of Fort Worth; a brother. MONDAYI No School
TUESDAY;
pilla, lalad .......
Mallow died Friday. Mar. 26,
Floyd of Levelland; three lilten,
1999.inOsteopathicMedicalCen·
Audrea M,cEJroy of Little Rock, beans. fruit freeze. milk
ter of Texas in Fort Worth.
Ark., Bertie Stout of Reno, Nev.,
He WaB bom in Blanket. He
and June Wright of Wichita Falla;
married Martha Bowlin. She died
five grandchildren; and two greatJan. 9. 1989.
grandchildren.
Mar.al
Oscar Lonnie Brownlow
Services for Oscar Lon nie
Brownlow, 611, were Feb. 11 in
College Heighte Baptist Church
in Alamosa, Colo.
Brownlow died Feb. 7. 1999, at
his residence.
He waa born Aug. 30, 1933, in
Eldorado. Okla. He lJI'aduated
from New Deal High School and
Texaa Tecb Univeraity. He moved
to Alamo.. in 1966. He was a
member of College Heights Bap·
District 4-AA
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Stated Meeting
AprilS, 7:30p.m.
cab,milt
FRlDAYllteaton a bun,lettuce,
tomato. tater tots, cookiea. milk
police officers
Mr. 8t Mn. J _ Pope
Abernathy
Baseball
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Sign-ups
Rev., Mrs. Harris conduct
Assembly of God revival
Apr.8
Apr.S
Mr. "Mn. Julian Mendoza
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Ross and Ginger SimoofLevellond announce theengagementoftheir
daughter, Anna Leigh Sims, to Craig Michael Schaap, son of Craig and
Nancy Schaap of Abernathy.
The couple plans to marry June 19 at the Austin Street Church of
Christ in Levelland.
The bride-elect is a 1997 graduate of Levelland High School and i.
attending Lubbock Christian University.
.
The future bridegroom is a 199~ graduate of Abernathy High School
and of Texas Tech University. He is currently employed by Smyer ISO.
Schaap is the grandson of Mr. lind Mrs. Louis Schaap and Mr, and
Mrs. Ray Sanders, all of Abernathy,
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Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ponce of Abernathy announce the engagement
oBheir daughter. Crystal Ann. to Charles Loyd Cortez, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos Cortez of Lubbock,
The couple will marry June 19 in Saint IBidore Catholic Church In·
Abernathy.
.
The bride-elect is a 1993 graduate of Abernathy Hllh School and a
graduate of Texas Tech University with a bachelor of arts i~ hiatory.
The future bridegroom is a 1992 graduats of E.tacado High Scbool
and a graduate of TTU with a bachelor of arts in mathematics.
FREE Blow-Iu
Attic IUlulatlou
Rev. and Mrs. Charity Harris,
miBaionary-evangeliata, will be·
gin a aeries of revival services at
Abernathy Aaaembly of God Apr.
4·7. Services will begin at 6 p.m.
Sunday and at 7 p.m. during the
week.
The evangelists are originally
from Weat Texas but have apent
many years as miaaionaries in
Atnca. aa well a8 pastoral.Rd
evangellaticminiatryintheatates.
The church is located at 14th
St. and East Service Road.
Evervone ia invited to attend.
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Wee"'y Review infonnaUon . .
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MontoyawereYaidroandYoIaada
Montoya of Lubbock. It .bould'
have stated Ysidro and Jackie
Montoya of Lubbock.
Fast-PUch Softball
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Walter W. ·Speck· and Coralie Cox of Hale Center announce the
engagement of their Bon, Cody J'Wallace, to Br",di Michelle Adams,
daughter of Ronald and Deborah Adams of Abilene.
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The couple will exchange wedding vows May 22 at Southern HIlls
Church of Christ in Abilene.
The bride-elect is a 1996 graduate of Coopar High School in Abilene
and i. ajunier at Abilene Christian University ml\ioring in social work,
where she is a member of Sigma Theta Chi social club.
The IUture bridegroom i8 a 1996 graduate of Hale Center High School
and is a drafting 1DI\i0r at Texas Stete Technical College.
Adams is the IJI'BDddaughter of Lavada Spruiell of Dawson and
Andrew and Annetta Adams of Ingleside_
Cox io the IJI'8ftdaon of Jake and Bea Fortenberry of Adrian and J.T.
and Helen Cox of Junction.
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have called on open meeting
to "discuss local concerns of
our law enforcement officers".
The meetingwiil be at 7:30
p.rn.Apr. 7 at Rockin RSteokhouBe, 922 Ave. D.
David Sanderson, CLUt ChFC
Vote May 1st
tist Church, where he was a dea·
con and Sunday school teacher.
He owned Brownlow Realty for
more than 30 years.
A oon, Richard, died in December 1993.
Survivors include his wife,
Patricia; three Bons, Robert of
Mosca, Colo" and Roger and Rus·
8811, both of Alamoaa; hia mother,
Apr.S
Viola Coke Brownlow of Lubbock; Jan MontjJomery
and 13 grandchildren.
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1800blOekofJerome ODthe report to til.
of let
on . to the GOO blockoflOtb at. 011 0..
report
of criminal miechier. Un·
ofjJlmdl. drlviDr a tractor in a the report of. prowler. OIIIcen
~.:tci~=~=i~
\mown actor or acton broke a
,.
. . . . . . tileom_,.
IQ.IPIII& . nc~ IIIIDIIW. omcen located ch.... the area and no one w.
window ,lu.on a vehicle parked
tha tractor ad 110 juvenil. _re located.
looetIId. .
at the curb. The cue ie under
• 011.,. __ dilpatcbed to 1- foUnd to be operatm, the tractor.
OIIcen were cliapatcbed to I·
investiption.
rt OD the repert of. pauible iII8-19: OfIleara were cliapetched 27 on the report of a speedinJ
l.omcatecl
driver. OfIlcen were
~able to loeatAI the vebicle.
: OfIIcen were cliapatched to the
~~ block of Ave. DOD the report
bf theft of gu. The cue ia under
InveltiptioD.
: 8-27: OffIcen were diapatched
to the 400 block of 6th St. on the
~ of a 9·1·1 caD. Upon ollie·
in'arri"aI,it was determiDed that
the caD CIUlll! ' from a defective
phone.
: Ruben Natal, 19, and Gabriel
J'erez, 21,bothofAbernathy were
arrelted In the 1400 block of Ave.
p. Natal and Perez were charged
~th publieintoJtication and transported to Hale County Jail.
· omean were dispatched to
l411 Ave. 0 on the report ofthelt
of ,as. The eaee il under inveatitation.
3·26: Two juvenilea were Jiven
Citationl and rel ••sed to pannte
after olftcers diBCDvered the juvehilea to be in ~aion of an
alcoholic bever.... The juveniles
loVere charpd with minor in poseslllDn.
· Ramiro Perez, 17, of Abernathy was arrested in the 800 block
ofAve. D. PereZ WII charpd with
dnvin, while under the influence
byaminor. Thevehicl. Perezwal
drivin, at the time wu also impounded.
· 3-26: OfIIeara were lummoned
to the 1400 block of Ave. M on the
reportofa person receiving threat,nin, lettera throup the mail.
The cue had been turned oYer to
ibe poatmaater for investltation.
: Officers and EMS were dis·
"atched to the 1200 block of 14th
St. on a medical. EMS made no
transport.
OfIicen were dispatched to the
800 block of 18th St. on the report
of a person ettemptin, to commit
.ulcide. Upon omeers' arrival,
tverythin, checked okay.
; OfIicen were dilpatched to the
400 block of 10th St. on a welfare
Concem. OfIieara found everyth!n,
10 be In order.
Olftcera were dispatched to 1-27
lJy Hale County Sherift'solftce on a
caD received from Call Box 2. Upon
olftcen' arrival, there was no one
cliacovered in the area.
Olftcen and EMS were dil'
patched to the 1400 block of Ave.
M. EMS tranlported an elderly
female to UMC for treatment.
3-23: OfIIcen were on routine
patrol in the 1800 block of Ave. F
when they obaerved an elderly fe·
male layin, in the front yard. Of·
fteen ltopped to lllilt. The female ret\ued any medical attention even thoup euffitrinr a po..
lible broken arm.
8-22: omcera and Ire department were di.patched by Hale
County Sherlft's of'Ilce on the report of a ftre located three milea
weat of 1-27 on FM-M. Upon arrival, there were esveral tree.
bumilltwhichwerequicldyextin,wIlled by the ftre department.
8-21: Olfteara were d' patched
to the 1100 block of Ave. E on the
report of auspicious person. OIIieera checked the aree and no one
wee located.
Officera arreated Juaquln
Rodriquez, 29, ofAnltin one-quarter mOe ealt of the city on FM·
2060. Rodriquez "II charted with
drivin, wbile Intoxicated and no
driven Been...
OIIicen were diapatched to J-27
on the report of a one·vehicle acci·
dent. Upon ofBcera' arrivel,lt w..
di.covered that a trailer belli,
pulled by e pickup came 1_ and
cauedthe pickap to leave the road·
to 1-27 011 the report ora poaIible
intoJdcaW driver. omcen located
the ~e and the drIver"lI detAlrmined 1I0t to be intoxicated.
OfIicera _ted · Corblll Lee
Cloud,32,ofAbemathyinthe17oo
block or Ave. C. Cloud WBB
charpcl with driving while Iiceo.. 8uspended.
OIIicera were dispatched to the
600 block of 10th St. on the report of a burglary to a motor
vehicle. The case is under inyesti,ation.
Officers were dispatched to the
1100 block of 2nd St. on the re-
vehicle entAlring the city. OIIIeera did IIOt locate the vehicle.
OfIlcen _re dispatched to [27 on the report of a reckl_
driver. OIIieara were not able to
locate the vehicle.
8·17: OfIIcera were dispatched
to the 1600 block of Ave. F on the
report of a burglary of a motor
vehicle. The cue is under investiption.
OIIicers weredispetched to the
1000 block of 13th St. on the
report ofbur,lary to a motor vehicle. The case is under inyestigation.
OIIieara and EMS were di..
patched to the 500 block ofAve. 0
on the report of a female with
severe abdominal pain. The female WII transported to a Lubbock hospital for treatment.
3-15: omeara were dispatched
to a two-vehicle accident in the
1100 block of Aye. C. A vehicle
failed to yield rI,ht of way. There
were no reported injuries.
Ofticera were dispatched to the
300 block of Ave. H on the report
of barking do,.. Officers contacted the owner.
~ YowAr& In.vLtPJL ! t
Plains conon lrowers, Inc.
Por __ 2bedroo1D, 1beth,.m,Ie
. . ., fenced yard, 1512 2nd St.,
*24,000. Cell Shipman Real EePor .... lib new lleeper tor.,
clureble fabric in e_lIant colldi·
tion, *200. Cal) 767·2166. (2-ltp)
You've worked bard to make your farm
thrive. Protect it and yourself from the unforeseen
events that could literally wipe out your investment. Let us tailor an
insllrance package for )'ou with the kinds of protection you need.
We're the insurance professionals. working for you.
Por .... nop ear bwmIee for
EMler. CaD 745-1314or298-2980.
298-2529
~
natby. 8-month-old yellow Labraclorpuppy, named RollClOe,heeblue
andJreln coUar. Call 298-4718 or
828-5261. (2-1tf)
By Ace Reid
Services
II
pines of Ruidoso. SeclUded 2 bedroom/I bath, fireplace, fully
equipped, linens. bouse deancr.
Upper Canyon. deck with a
beautiful view.
298-4050
II
Ro_
-'tIiDI1
Cracb in brick
or walle? Doora won't clo..? Call
Childers Brothers StabiHldn, "
Foundation IAvellin, at 1-800299-9563. (8-50tp-81)
Couatry home: 3/1/2 with outbuildinga,JOOd well,l.t acres and
only 8 miIIutea from New neal
schools, $78,500 . Call Frank
Harmon at WestMark Realtors,
794~000. (26-3tb-9)
c_ t ...... SIIow • All...... Lubllock _ _ CIYIc cent1Ir
FIRST l\SSEMBLY OF GOD
Abell Funeral Home
Abernathy Consumers Fuel
City Gin
,
First State Bank
Kathy Hill
Oswalt Insurance
Clark Riley Insurance
Sanders Auto Supply
66 Butane & Fertilizer
Vecchio's Restaurant
Abernathy Barber Shop
Abernathy Custom Paint
Clayla 1's
Hi Plains Drilling. Inc.
Mike Lambert
Plains Grain Co., Inc.
Rockin R Steak House
Security Bank
Joe Thompson
Wolf Irrigation
ACL Farmers Co-op
City Cleaners
Dairy Queen
Hill Veterinary Service ·)
King Pinson Pharmacy
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU
Greateoadltlon, don't miss this
one. For sale by owner, a 3 bedroom, 2 bath for under $50,000.
Call 298-2392. (rta)
Find
aa4a1n
IH THE C1ASSIFIEDS
Church Directory
StIlI ~~~~L IIICI.
It takes the effort of many different people to make an
organization successful. The Abernathy Junior
Basketball Association would like to thank all of those
that supported us this 1999 season. Investing in the future
of our youth is something .that.~s well worth our while.
AweBODle In Abemathy: 1998
double-wide mobile home on 20
acree. 1,988 oquare feet, 4rA, enel'lY efficient. Plush, loaded with
extras. Priced for quick lal•.
- $86,600. Home warranty included. call Jamie Serran, REALTOR-, 792-2338 or 787-6492,
pager. CENTURY 21, John
Walton Realtors-, 793-8111 ext.
235. (199-01298)-1. (2·2tb-16)
Real Estate
for Sale
Weldin, _moe.. CaU Brad
Shadden at 298-2473 or 778-1618,
\eave mcesap. (26-3tp-9)
e.a-CIIIIIIIw.......... ~
T.... cottan Ginn....' Annual ~eetI~.
~aera,
for rent amoRg the cool
MUI1ac from 13th St. ill Aber-
HI
FelltQred Spellkers:
natby. Approx. 1,120 aquare feet
on 3 lote (21,000 oq. ft.). LB1'119
living room, ..parate dining. Perfect family home. Priced to esll.
$89,800. Call Jamie Setren, REALTOR-, 792-2336 or 787-6492,
pa,er. CENTURY 21, John
Walton Realton-, 793-8111 ext.
235. (199-01229)-2. (2-2tb-18)
'9t eeae ttt.rel'tu
42nd Annual •••Ung
Blllllu.".lr.
ApucbofapIace:3IV1inAber-
illformation, 298-4110 or 2984164. (rta)
INSURANCE AGENCY
COWPOKES
I
MobOa home for rent. 8 bedroom, 2 fuD bathl. Call tor more
(26-2tp-2)
r:n:l IruBBARD '
M
921 Ave. D
For Rent
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April 9, 1999 • 8:30 a.m. Registration
Lubbock Mem. Civic Center Theater • Lubbock, Texas
..
I
tate at 298-22611, ollll!e, or 298·
2897 , residence. (2·2tb-9)
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
1404 AYenue B
SII Avenue E
298-2060
Suaday SdIooI9:45 AM
"What ao you mean a financial statement? I
ain't tryin' to buy the bank - jist want a little
feed!"
Wol'lblp 10:30 AM
Bvening 6:00 PM
Wedneaday Bveninl 7:30 PM
Rev. '" Mr•. H.C. Lon;'. pOi1m'
. ~r1ng your loan requeif tou·':.:.we
like to 8ay yalll First State Bank serving Abernathy for 90 years.
~~J:~=I'~JST~pi
298-2497
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mtST BAPTIST CHURCH
411 71b S ...... I
298-2587
FIRSTABERNATHY
SfATE BANK
402 NmIh Street
Sunday ScbooI9:30 AM
Wonbip 10:40 AM
Bible Sludy 5:00 PM
Evening Wonblp 6:00 PM
Wednesday Bvenlng 7:30 PM
MIke WIl<lO", posIOr
MemberFDIC
CHURCH OF CHRIST ABERNATHY
916 Avenue I!
298-2718
Bible SIudy 9:30 AM
Wonblp 10:30 AM
BVenin, 6:00 PM
Wedneaclay Jlvenina 7:30 PM
DaYidBellllllll
mtST BAPTIST CHURCH NEW DEAL
Sanda)' ScbooIIO:OO AM
Wonhip 11:00 AM
l!yenJnc Wonbip 6:00 PM
Wednesday Service 7:30 PM
Dr. TonyW. JOIIIII,,,,tor
BETHEL BAPI1ST CHURCH
101 8. IItS_
Sunday Scbool 9:45 AM
MomiD& Wonblp 11:00 AM
By..... Service (]I.T.U.) 6:00 PM
the accidellt.
OIIicen were cIIapatched to the
DaIry Qoesn 011 the report of a
penoll thnatAlDm, an employee.
Both.ubject8_re I_Wand the
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
704 Avenue D
298·2581
Sunday Scbool 10:00 AM
CO., INC.
. Abernathy
1I
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• Allis a.1I..... M 100 Rood Gnder
• c-JlH 71102M. 198B. 5.4001.-..11.4-42 rubber. w,,,,,u. 3 remot ..
G""'- S,-
.
• Onhman 611·145
• Onh ..... 611·146
Eqal,....
• CucsIIH 8R 40" 900 planler w/monilor
'M.lW JO· ""IfY .....
• 2- ID 400 30' roolf)' hoe
• paw 8R 40" kniti .. rig 00 4.. 4 double b..- w/'lugc wheels
• Bisham Bros 21 shank crusel. severe service bar, BlUgt: 'Wheels
• Nobl. 32' SpnnSlooth
w_
1jRi._ ..
_Ill ....
BW'luod)' Inlerior with U'etJck p&CUall
F.,;iI.... T.......
• 1990 Lo-RII M"DWIlIII. COOler !tid.C.... ptb DT 466, 4 ipd
A1luo. Mlto tr......./199J Au Max Dry SY"rn, 60' boom
• 1974111 t..i. screw truck. 290 Cummi ... I] ..,... w 2 bOD 9
tOD Icoder box
Ini&olIoa
·2· 292 Chevrolet
~
• I· 250 Chevrolet motor
• 32· 20',6- 40" AL pipe
.46- 30'11.6" At llich lock flow line
• 2· pipe trail,..
• I· luselot <i miscolll........ AL pipe
• 3- 1216 water muter hydrants
• I· 1217 waler muter hyclraot
• 1-, 1112", 2'. AI. rubes
• MJ
AL....
1".,_
L·,._
caps .......
858 grinder miur
• 2· 300.11 froot mou.t .... k
• Wyli. SR hooded sprayer
• P&:W 16R pulllypc sandr,chler
·2- JO 14 disc ODe way
• 8R Bow Bar
• 8·
• 2·
,2·
• I·
bed roll...
Ace "0 pumps
Riven DireCior Vallie!
Lar,e k>I JQ'"ap molal
• Portable canle 10adins chute
• Filson Callie OlUte
• 1,000 ,II metal tau
• Z· T JDharrow,
• /0 weisht brockel and ..eishu
• RACSR muk...
• 2· RAC stabilirers
• Lara' lot tire.o and wh..Lt
• 1MB' lot dampa and _1<.0
• Large 101 SWClCp' ud <hIC
• 4· JD ......1 woishu
• RAe sause whoel.
• 47 pI bu.... ta.k
.~. JD liSler .... nu
,8·
<if disc
• Stf'Vice S' 3p1 sluedder
·6' hydrluli< blad.
• High Boy shredder deck
~ JD 90 13 shank ripper wlharrowl
• wtti1e S48 5·)8" semi nklunt
• JD 340 IS' off.el
Aue. Lie. TX 11859
Stri_
lad hu .... roel
·1D .... Slril'Per. 4R .....h h..... Ilia _ . AC ••• 701
• AC 160 Xl1I DieMI
hoIII«
• 4- Bil 1232' taadem QOQoD tRile...
Aa_.......... T .....n
·19B' Katy. 16' ...... oeck, laDdemduol.
1.1odric
o..r hydnuU. hois!
• Bowie 20'1Iot bed ,00001lCCk lIDdem uIo tniIoi ........ tail.
1635 ,II pol y WIlt ud Hoada 5.S hp
pump
• 1,000 ,alloD water miler
• Ho1o 2 hone lRilw
·1961 C20Ch"""'Iet. .... motor ud ll'Ulltlliuioo
• 1961 C60 Ch.vrol....lDowllt bod
·1971C20ChevrolOl .....
• 19793000101_ B•••
• IT Mun.. (Rive,,) BOIl. 4 cyl ellery ioboonl out - . .
merauilCf wJtaodem ole trailer
·1993 Pet.rbilt 3n. 350Cat, 10 speed...u •• llnidoIIIIJIODlioo.
63"n .. tOP .... per.24.5IJ>rubbor .. 10Ilumi ...m'•• 2.1]0
Silio. fuel IIDb. Iir .Iido 5th wt-I. Whit. i. Col.... - .
_Of
• Sar,n Slevcns 19K boA fold s&Ddfishler
• Sun Stevens 17R J1IlIlype sllDdfighter
• 2· IH 1555 bOOtom brukiDS pi"", and pack'"
• WyUe 8R 3.. 'P"Y ris
• JD 8R 40" ""'ter pluler. preas .... heeh and drags
• 60' :!pi 'pray boom
• Laod !'tide nr hydrautic blade
• Hamby double 414 sweep rig wf&lucc wheels
• II shank V·ripper with IMice wheels
• Sun SlevCtlS 12' onion blade
• JO 900 II shank V·ripper wlrnlling tedders
·4 hallom plow packer
• JD hydrlulic hay mover
• P&W 24R ... 1I type .atld/ishter
• Bingham Oms hydraulic rod weeder
• 8R 3pl Wheel packer
• Frool mount rope wick
• Welmore
_ot
• M .... y 1'«.... MOCombi ....... _
• MF 64 6R 40" omt hood
• MF 24' pisiform ....... lOy boon
• ro 1100 MPWD. 1995. IB.4-42 reor. 14.9·30 ft .... iSh... J r.mow
• M..y FefJ\llO. 165 diOlOl
• 0Ii_ B8 .uoIi .. ..I Dowoll Eoliload..
Worsbip 11:00 AM
Evening 6:00 PM
Plus many other Items
Wed. Cboir Prlll:lice 7:00 PM
Rev. lim Currie
METHODIST CHURCH NEW DEAL
Sunday ScbooIIO:OO AM
Sunday Service 9:00 AM
Rev. lim Cuny
AoomON
CENTER COMMUNITY CHURCH
5 mile. easl on PM 597 dlen 2 mile. soulb un FM 2902
Sunday Scbool 10:00 AM
Wonblp \1:00 AM
Wed. Prayer Meeting 1:00 PM 81 Marvin Looney"
146-6641
lional
No": I, u ill'tal'Q be paidJor dn)'lhUell bt'Y0nd
""diad (W/ ",uf 'Xf'!fU~ in TuwaJoptiflA.
GIVE YOUR CmLD 10Yine pIlOn... a hoppy
home and strole churcb ties. We WaDI to help
make your dram (or your cbild come UUe. Call
Joel and Becky" 1·888·592·n79.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
ST.1'iIDORECA'nIOLiC CHURCH
Soutb Avenue D
298-4218
Sunday 9:00 AM
Wednesday 1:00 PM
IGLESIA BAtmsTA NUEVA CREACION
412 14th Slreel
298-2900
Sunday ScboollO:OO AM
Wonbip Service \1:00 AM
Sunday Byenlo, 5:00 PM
Wednesday Service 7:00 PM
Joel Pora. pOSlor
ATfENTION: DIRECT SELLERS. A unique
and new caminp opponuni1y is Ivailable for independent entrepcneun. A top (asbion house,
Pierre Ba1main of Paris, is launcbing an uclu·
sive range oflullurycosmetics and 5kincue prod·
ucts. Ali an independent usociale, be OTIC of the
first to join this rewarding pound floor \lenturc .
a breakthrough iystem called Selcel Selling. Call
loll free 1·817·589·3553 or visit our website
www.pbcosmelics.com to leam more. Minimum
in..-estmeDI $125 .
AVON PRODUCTS· START ),our own busi·
FLEETWOOD TRANSrORTATION HIR·
ING lon, haul flatbed driliers. PetCfbuilt equip·
ment GuaranIetd timt home and complete pack·
lie o( bcnefiU. Also aeed lonl haul owner op·
entors. P1.... cllll·1IOO-458-4279.
Bvenin, Service (B.T.U.) 6:00 PM
Wed. PraiJe Service '" Bible Study 7:00 PM
Pnak B..denz, PIIIOr
+ I
Sunda)' Maa 10:45 AM
IGLI!SIA DEL NAZARENO
Av_ A It Sib S _
298-2140
Palber Micbaol O'CuroU
Sunday Servil:e& 10:00 AM
Sunday I!yen'" 6:00 PM
'(Ueoday Prlyer Meeting 7:00 PM
lbunday Services 7:00 PM
Putor o.c.r Pie,
Sponsors
Act 'farmers Co-op
88 Butane" Fertilizer
, Low~s Pay.N-8ave
Consumers Fuel'Association
,; Joe TboDlpson Implement St. Mary Family Health
\Ab~~thy WM.JdJ Review
Center .KemdthG...,,,, no.
Car,
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DIlIVERS- Mll...ES...MONEY ... homelime ... SlilI1
up to 34c/mile -More hometi.me ·Medical, den·
taI,life I:: 401k. ·Midwestl48 Stalei ·3 years orR
yr flalbed . ·Combined Tran5port
l·lIO().29().2127.
......._ _ _. . ..
I·K8S-4CALARK (KH8 ·422-1271)
DRIVERS: NEW TRUCK 1'IIrt:1we I'rticram.
Own a 1999 FRia:htlincf in 30 months. No mone),
down. DriYeI" and 0/0 po5itions also a..-.ilable.
Home most weekends!
~all
1·800-UB.()2()J.
RAPID FREIGHT OF Texas is seeking am.
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COL with HazMD.t required. Call recruiting II
1·800·72H174. EnE.
1·800-69I~._
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1·800·5JJ-4761.
EMPLOYMENT
GRINDERS· EXI't:RIENCED ONLY. Prec,
sion arinder . OD/ID precision grinder, surface.
lUKe day. AC sOOp. benefits. Wililisist with reo
location C1i.pense. (u resume. 1·912·221·5432
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DRIVERS - START AT 34c1mi .. ! 2.1OO·J.OOO
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MONTE DE LOS OLIY AS
110 1lu14lb Streel
75c pet" loaded mile with greal le.e oplions!
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1112 lerome SlreOl
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healdt insurance for lhemselves and their (ami·
He.. Paid hoUdlys and YlCaDons. Company paid
Iif. insurancellld 4OI(K). funily rider Prt?Bntn.
uliped new and late model c;onlientionais. frequent borne &ime. dim:t deposit and competitilie
Ply. CWT driven lverage 542,156.25 per ye• .
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DRIVERS - A1'J'N: PROFESSIONAL owner
operators I Nocan.Ja. NYC &. NE, MiAimum 23
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1Nck Unet 1·8O().84S.()405.
DRIVERS • BERE'S 11IE relief yaa'we been
WUllna for.. ,Low deadhead, vcry liale Ilyolicr.
!lOW pay par:ltqe. ",.fits after 90 day •. Owner!
Opcraton " driYen with (j months experience
welcome. Toll lreo 1-100·800·1440. Se Habl.
EspinO!'
DRIVERS • OJO'S: SMrrHWAY Motor Es·
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A
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plication (eel. MoS! approvals I hour. 2A hour
regional driven. Voted amon, ~e top 10 lmall
carriers. Paid benefiL~ , 90·95% no-touch freight
DRIVERS - NOW lURING! orR dnvm., company and 0/0. Super leams earn up 10·
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obWn aldtlement (or your policy. ~ Ute
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Wednelday PraiN Service. Bible S1IIlIy 7:00 PM
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WonIdp 11:00 AM
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Sunday Scbool 9:45 AM
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Evening Training 5:00 PM
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inl. silD advi8ing motorists otthe police department8 new
driven license checkpoint. Police Chief Wayne JohD80n
(right) and OffIcer Ron Hodges win
man the checkpoints which will be conducted at random times in the city.
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Plainview· Hale County Crlmestoppera will pay ~
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a reward of $SO (Fifty Dollars) for information . ..' ••
leading to the arrest 01 parson or parsons
littering or illegal dumping anywhere in Hale
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HOSPICE HANDS OF WEST TEXAS
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care, it is very important to know the reputation of the vision care
We are pleased to feature one of this areas' leading vision care
practices, DR. STEWART . WEBB. Dr. Webb and his professional staff offer services that
In.elude ~ut are not lzmlled to: complete comprehensive exams. ' using state-of the-art
diagnostic eqUipment • cataract and glaucoma screening • children vision services •
treatment and management of ocular disease • refractive laser surgery consultation • vision
plans for Hale County employees as well as a full service optical dispensary featuring contact
lens~s of all types. including rigid gas-permeable. disposable soft lenses and several designs
of bifocal. soft contact le~ses. spe~tacle lenses and frames. Office hours are by appointment.
with Medicare and a variety of visIOn plans accepted.
The e~itorsofthi~ Medicaf & ProJessional Review are pleased to feature Dr. Webb among
the ~eadlng professIOnals serving our Hale County readers and we commend him for the
service he brmgs to our communitv.
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103 S. MAIN
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293-1376
W.H. LANDERS, JR. M.D., P.A.
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Specializing in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine. DR. W.H. LANDERS, JR. has
enjoyed an excellent reputation in West Texas. This Board Certifie¢ physician and his profesSIOnal staff are dedicated to providing comprehensive orthopaedic care and are welcoming
: new patients from throughout Hale county. You may consult this esteemed practice for any of
the following areas of specialization including, but not limited to: Sports Injuries. Artbro-
4102 24TH ST., SUITE 507
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Dedicated 10 providing the finest in FULL FAMILY CARE with OBSTETRICS and gynecology. WRI(jUT FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIA TES is
welcoming new patients from Hale County and surrounding communities.
This esteemed practice is staffed hy {/ team of highlv qualified medical
II profeSSionals who are concerned ahout the con,tinued health and well heing of our families. and they will take the time to answer your questions and meet vour needs.
Business and industry can rely on WRIGHT FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES. Thl'\'
are equipped to treat minor emergencies and have the c{/pahilitl' ofper(orming lIIl/n.\' {I 'PCS o(
diagnostic tests on the premises. Office hours are Monday through FrICla.\' II - 5 (Jnd the\' arl'
participants in most managed care plans including Medicllid.
In compiling this Medical and Professional Review of leading cOlllmunit\' memhers. we are
pleased to be able to list and recommend WRIGHT FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES
to all of our readers. and we commend them for the services they hring to our communities.
296-2088
AN AFFILIATE OF UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
. AMBULANCE SERVICE
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With years of experience. EMS has set the standard for service
in West Texas. As par.t of the best equipped Level I trauma center
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in our area. they radio dispatch ambulances to the surrounding
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communities and provide Paramedic. Intermediate and Basic
Medical Transportation Service.
Often a patient in need of specialized health care has difficulty traveling by conventional
means. A service like EMS. extends personal. expert care to each of their patients and offers
ambulances that are completely equipped with advanced life services.
They' are Medicare/Medicaid approved and accept most private insurance. with proper information.
The editors of this Medical & Professional Review of the best of Lubbock are pleased to
feature EMERCENCY MEDICAL SERVICES and we commend them for the service they
bring to our Hale county communities.
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2606 YONKERS, SUITt I
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602 INDIANA IN LUBBOCK
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If a member ofyour fam"i1y has been stricken with an illness or injury that
requires specific treatment toget them back on their feet again.. we suggest
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you call HOMESTEAD HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES'frst. This
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reputable firm prOVides skilled nurses. home care aides. physica. occupa'.' ~
tional ami speech therapists as well as medical social services. Their consid~. .
erate service has won them the respect ofphysicians throughout our area as
well as the patients they have helped recover.
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The)' accept Medicare. Medicaid, private insurance and private pay. HOMESTEAD
HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES is expanding their staJJ. If you are a prof~ssional in
the above fields and desire a new and rewarding career opportunity. please call/or a confidential interview.
The editors of this Medical & Professional Review of the best companies serving Hale
county are pleased to feature HOMES"TEAD HOME H~ALTH CARE SERVICES and we
commend them for the services they bri~o our communities.
PLAINVIEW
293-5283
LUBBOCK INN
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CONTACT: DAVID ARD, REGIONAL DIRECTOR
• Incontinence. Hormone Imbalance • Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
2404 YONKERS
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Welcoming Hale Coun~ Customers To TbeInformation Super-Higbway
As a woman you 're unique! You have your own special health needs lIlId
personal concerns. That's why we think you will appreciate the confidential.
personal and affordable care offered at this esteemed practice. Dr. Dorman
an.d his professional staff provide women with comprehcnsive gynecological
services - in a modern facility that offers you quality health care. As a /IIember of the American Urogynecology Society, you may consult them for any of
the follOWing areas of specialization: Gynecology. Gynecological Surgery
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(Prolapse) • Women's Healtb Issues. Office hours are hy appointment.
Monday through Friday and most insurance plans are accepted.
The editors of this Medical & Professional Review of the hest of Plainview are pleased to
feature and recommend DR. JOHN W. DORMAN to all of our f1ale coun~y readers and we
commend him for the services he brings to our communities.
Locally Owned And Operated By Brenda Thomas, RN, Administrator
and Valeri Carr, RN, Director Of Nurses
ARNet, Inc.
THE INTERNET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
296-7888
GYNECOLOGIST
743-9911
3004 50TH ST., SUITE D LUBBOCK 785-4540
PLAINVIEW
JOHNW. DORMAN, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
Homestead Home Health Care Services .
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797-4596
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EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
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LUBBOCK
RUTH RECTOR-WRIGHT, D.O., FAAFP. DAVID L. WRIGHT, D.O., FAAFP
Diplomates, American Board Of Family Practice
ance plans are accepted.
The editors of this Medical & Professional Review of leading profeSSionals serving Hale
county are pleased to fe.,ature and recommend DR. W.H. LANDERS, JR. to our readers and
we commend him for the services he brings to our community.
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WRIGHT FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES
s4:oplc Sboulder & Knee Surgery. Arthroscopic Laser Surgery. Total Joint Replacement • Carpal Tunnel Surgery. tatest Technique For Artbroscopic lOJee 'Ugamellt
Reconstruction. Office hours are Monday through Friday ·by appointment, and most insur-
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LOCKNEY 652-30QO
In 1984 the World. lIealth O~ganization Identified pain as a major hellith prohlem, but now we don t have to Izve wllh paUl lInr longer. Dr. Menard specializes in
understanding and managing your pain lind 'IS recognized in the area of Pain
Management. Through an m-depth evaluatIOn followed hy a variety of therapies lind techniques hiS patients are able to reduce or eliminate their pain. From pain related to cancer to
arthritis and osteoporosIs; from shmgles pam to muscle or nen'e inflammation. Dr. Menard
treats people whose lives are being devastated and dominllted hy pain.
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Dr~ Menard sees patients through your physicians ' referral. So. ifvou are read)' to do more
than Just ~alk about :your pam. have your physician refer you to this esteemed practice todav.
The edllors of thiS Medical & Professional Review or the hest of Luhhock are pleased to
feature and recommend Dr. Menard and we commend him for the services he brings to our
community.
A CONVENIENT DRIVE - AND LESS TRAFFIC TOO!
2222 W. 24TH ST., SUITE 3 PLAINVIEW
ROSIE RENDON, ADMINISTRATOR
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OPTOMETRIST
PLAINVIEW
CONTACT:
This reputable firm began servin!? our area in 1997 and must he commended Jor the service they bring our communitv. ProViding services to
individuals with life limitinlJ. iJlnesses. HOSPICE HANDS OF WEST
TEXAS offers patient and Jami(l' support with nursing care. chaplaincy
; _~ and socl.arworkasslstance. They will relzeve y.ou ormost of the worry' and
l~- responslbllzty ". 'lIh theIr sympathetiC cooper.atlOn tlurUlg ho. urs of distress.
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Their service IS available throughout Hale and surrounding counties and
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ifyoll are avatlllhle to volunteer 1'0llr services to help thiS commendahle
organization. plellse call 1-888-795-1212.
They are state licensed and Medicare certified and lire on call ::4 hours a dav (or their clients.
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The editors of this Medical & Professional Review of West TexlIs are proud {o feature
HOSPICE HANDS OF WEST TEXAS among the leadUlg professionals serVIng our /lale
county readers.
STEWART WEBB
601 W. 7tH ST.
OPENING SOON!!
(lnlorman" Identity Kept Confidential)
S\\F 1'1 liS SEC 1'10\
~en it comes to vision
prov/~er that you choose.
Now accepting applications for
convenience store or restaurant
employee positions. Applications
are available at the New Deal City Hall
Office. Advancement opportunities.
CRIMESTOPPERS
1-800-299-8477
Dar Nig/IJ
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1999 \ I EDIC /\L
Employment Opgortunities
SPECIAL MEDICAL CORPORATE RATES
The best in lodging accommodations! That's what people say who have experienced the delightful atmosphere. amenities and outstanding hospitality that's
prOVided at LUBBOCK INN. Featuring The Windows Restaurant. Recovery
Room Lounge. VIP Facilities. Meeting And Banquet Rooms For Up To
140 People • Swimming Pool • Cable TV And HBO • Complimentary
Transportation. Near Texas Tecb And LCU Universities. This is one lodging
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facility where the best in quality. hospitality and atmosphere is more than just a saying... it·s a
pleasant reality.
LUBBOCK INN demands that you be completely satisfied with your stay and their care
and dedication shows it. We are pleased to feature and recommend LUBBOCK INN among
the medicalp,rofessionals serving our area.
390119TH STREET LUBBOCK 792-5181 OR 1-800-545-8226
M 3 H CONSULTING
MICHAEL mCKEY
Being found on the Internet is essential to the success of any '
ENVIRONMENTAL AND MATERIAL RESOURCE CONSULTANT
business and since ARNet has been serving the business comIt has been the opinion 0/ many people in the agricultural and business communities
muniI}' of West Texas, they have demonstrated themselves as
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throughout
Hale County and su"ounding areas. that there is no more qualified environmental
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one of tne foremost internet providers in our area. ARNet deconsultant in the region. Mr. Hickey specializes in Soil. Water. Site Assessments.
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ices. ARNet ~ffers: 24 X 7 Teeb Support. Multi-Homed T-3 Inte.-.et Backbone Connecand done right. Noted for fair rrices and a business-like policy. anyone in need of his services
tion • 56KMOdem Support. ISDN Multi-Hnk • 56K To T-l Dedicated Co..neetlons •
may
contact him/or a re/e"a list of clients. because his work has always been his best rec~
Web Site Development. E-C9mmerce Development
ARNet haS""n excellent reputation and we are happy to f~~ture and endorse them as our ommendaticm.
The editors ofthis Medical & Professional Review %utstanding profeSSionals serving our
in/ernet sertlice Drovider of choice. Call ~etfirst, Jor the best all~around value in commuarea are pleased to feature Michtlef Hickey ofM 3 H CONSULTING and we commend him
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