The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1980 Page: 3 of 32
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CANADIAN. HEMPHILL CO.. TCXA8
THURSDAY 10 JULY 1980
(events in this calendar by
jug the Chamber of Com-
ee, 323-6234 weekdays.
icidt Prevention Crisis Inter-
i WATS line 1-800-692-
u, Services Center, all
$ of counseling. 419 Main.
Jivs. Call anytime. 323*
!. or WATS line above.
: Charities. Theresa Lo-
316 Elliott. Janie Brack.
: W Kingman. Caridades
dios para los necesitados,
icon Theresa Lope*,
■s' licenses. 2nd & 4th
lays. ever>' Wednesday,
sloan Closet. 323-f>857.
Societv. 323-6258. 323-
Tbmdav, Job 10
hs, ":30 p.m , lodge
I Geneological Society.
tn's story hour. 10 a.m.,
Friday, July 11
®club, noon, fire station.
Sunday, July 12
"tic Church Sundav Vigil
• Theatre. 10 a.m.. Film
t Treasure Island".
I Heart Catholic Church
J Baptist Church. Sunday
1,0:4$ a.m.; Bible Stu-
p J ™" Evening Worsl ip
1 °f Christ, Bible Study
* •: Morning Worship
Evening Worship 6;
, a.m.; Morning
IHW a.m.; Evening
^•00 p.m. 5
"I •«. Morning
Church of God. 4th and Pureed,
10:00 a.m., Sunday school,
11:00 a.m., morning worship,
7:00 p.m., Evening worship.
First Methodist Church. Church
School 9:30 a.m.; Morning
Worship 10:30 a.m.; Evening
Worship 6 p.m.
Assembly of God Church. Sun
day School 9:45 a.m.; Morning
Worship 11:00 a.m.
Catholic Church, Sunday Vigil
Mass. 7:30 p.m.
First Christian Church. Sun-
day School 9:30, Morning Wor-
ship 10:30, Evening Service.
Early Worship Service. 8:15
a.m., Methodist Church.
Monday, Jaly 14
Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Mas-
Fortyniners. 1:30 p.m.. 103 bth.
4-H County Riding Club.
Tuesday, Jaly 15
Rotary, noon, fire station.
Moose Lodge. 7:30 p.m.. Lodge
lOOF. 8 p.m.. Lodge Hall.
50 Plus. 2 p.m.. See ¡or Citi-
ACBL. 7:30 p.m.
Kiwanis, 7 a.m.. Sage Rest-
Drivers License Exam.. Court
Wednesday, July 16
Mid-week Church Services. St
Sage Brush Painters, Fire Sta-
Abraham Home Service. 10:30
Library childrens' program.
A surprised man?
Mark Turnbrough In The Plalnvlew Reporter-News
AMAN who is constantly surprised by events
is either getting bad advice, no advice, or does
not listen to the advice he gets.
After watching Jimmy Carter for three and a half
years, I have decided that he is such a man...a
surprised man...on all three counts.
First of all. he was startled to discover that after
he forgot all his campaign promises, his popularity
among the American people disappeared.
It makes one wonder what Ham Jordan and Pat
Cadell actually told Carter about the nature of
Secondly, after the U.S. Congress (a Democratic
version at that) showed little enthusiasm for his
policy initiatives and even over-rode one of his
vetoes, he acted surprised that his legislative
counterparts would not stand for being bullied.
Afterall. he used to treat the Georgia Legislature
that way. and its members did not seem to mind.
Thirdly, after repeated warnings by embassy
chief Bruce Laingcn that the Iranians would make
it tough for our people in Teheran if the Shah was
allowed into the United States. Mr. Carter seemed
to be duly surprised w hen the Persians sie/ed the
He was really perplexed when our allies "threw
a fit" about the surprise raid into Iran to free the
hostages. What right did they have to be upset?
Onlv two days prior to the raid he had promised the
allies that he would stick to the peaceful
After the Russians invaded Afghanistan Carter
told the American press that he sure was surprised
that they would do such a thing.
This is a very remarkable statement considering
the fact that American intelligence satellites had
monitored the buildup of Soviet troops (100,000 of
them) and hundreds of tanks on the border. That
buildup took place over several weeks' time.
He was simply astonished w hen former Attorney
General of the United States. Ramsey Clark,
decided to attend the rimes of America
Conference" in Iran.
Afterall. the President had onleri-d a ban on
travel to that country. His order was based on a law
which prohibits trade, not travel. So. you guessed
it. He is surprised to find out that he really dt^sn't
have much of a case against the free ^hi'din^ Mr.
All of these and other surprises wliu ii seem to
stalk the unwary Mr. Carter have encouraged
Edward Kennedy to pursue the presidential
nomination all the way into the Democratic
That may produce one of the nastiest surprises
of all. Jimmy Carter could very likely face a
popular Ronald Reagan in the fall, and have to do it
with only part of the Democratic party in tow .
The rest could be alienated Kennedy supporters
who may throw their support to independent John
That could produce another "surprising presi-
dency." This time, however, it would be Ronald
Reagan, a man who thinks and acts like he is living
in the 19th century. His first surprise would be to
discover that it is later than he thinks.
Local merchants pay
local taxes — Buy at borne!
Baptist Association, and were in Canadian to spend the holiday with
relatives and friends. It was Harry who deposited the two samples of
volcanic lava and volcanic ash at our front door Sunday afternoon.
The aah came from near Yakima after the first explosion, and the
Uva sample from Castle Rock, west of the mountain, after the second
blast. The aah Is fine and gritty, and the lava...If that's what It Is...Is
motster and more cohesive. The samples are at The Record office If
you're curious to examine them.
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Louis FUI Goge. Oklahoma
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Ezzell, Ben & Ezzell, Nancy. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1980, newspaper, July 10, 1980; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth184178/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.