Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 24, 2009 Page: 3 of 28
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Sweetwater Healthcare holds Christmas celebration
DANNY LAKE CLARK
TOLLY ROY AMMONS
Funeral services forTolly Roy Ammons, 72, of Sweetwater,
are pending with McCoy Funeral Home.
Ammons died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009, at his resi-
DANNY I ARE CLARK
Danny Lake Clark, a long time resident of Euless, died
Monday, Dec. 21, 2009, of heart complications.
Born in 1949, Danny was the youngest child of Carvel
—-and Joyce Clark of Merkel, Texas.
Danny was avid reader and this
with his service in Vietnam shaped
his opinion on many subjects which
he loved to discuss with family and
friends. He was excellent at many
sports, especially baseball, hut golf
was his passion. If he wasn’t playing,
he was practicing with new gadgets.
Danny is survived hy his mother
Joyce; his sister, Giuny; and both
brothers, Ben and Butch; plus numer-
ous nieces, nephews and cousins.
A memorial service for the fam-
ily and friends was be held on
Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009, at Aria
Cremation Service and Funeral
Home in Irving, Texas.
11 is ashes will be buried with his family in The Rose Hill
Cemetery in Merkel.
We hope he has gone to a better place and he finds the
peace there that he never found on this earth.
Funeral services for Norma Hernandez, 47, of Sweetwater,
are pending with McCoy Funeral Home.
Hernandez died Monday, Dec. 21, 2009, in Sweetwater.
Justice Rick Strange announces
for Texas Supreme Court
Having received broad support from across the state, Justice
Rick Strange, Judge on 11th Court of Appeals, announces his
candidacy for Texas Supreme Court, the highest elected judi-
cial office in the State of Texas.
Justice Strange has already secured the endorsement of
many prominent elected officials and community leaders such
as Dick Watt in Houston, Flip Whitworth in Austin, Senator
Kel Seliger, and Representative Tyron Lewis. Numerous attor-
neys and conservative activists have joined his team and have
given their endorsement and support.
Justice Strange is serving his fifth year on the nth Court of
Appeals, following his appointment from Governor Periy. He
has authored more than 400 opinions and is a strong propo-
nent of traditional judicial principles. He has more than two
decades of experience with Cotton Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson,
where he was head of the firm’s litigation section. He has
also tried over 100 lawsuits in state courts in Texas and New
Mexico, as well as Federal Courts in Texas and Washington
“1 am in the midst of a campaign across Texas to serve you
as a member of the Texas Supreme Court. My law practice
was devoted to common sense solutions and 1 have dedicated
my career to helping serve the needs of those around me. 1
believe the law needs to be consistent and predictable,” said
Bob Bledsoe, Campaign Finance Chairman, went on to say,
“Justice Strange is the only candidate in the race that is Oil
and Gas Board Certified. The court regularly decides major oil
and gas cases that carry significant potential impact given the
industry’s role in Texas's economy."
Representative Tryon Lewis said of Justice Strange: “Justice
Strange has a strong record of leadership and results. He led
President George W. Bush's Mighty Midland Strike Force
Team and has been a fair, conservative leader for the whole
Permian Basin . I know no one better to serve us in the Texas
Supreme Com 1 than my friend. Justice Rick Strange."
Justice Strange pledges that he will work hard to earn the
support of Texans and their vote in the March 2 primary.
“Campaigning across Texas is challenging, tough and reward-
ing-much like Army Ranger School, Justice Strange told a
group of supporters.
Justice Strange is no stranger to grassroots politics as he has
served as Midland County GOP Chairman and understands
the importance of building a team from the bottom up. He is
ready for the challenges of the campaign.
Justice Strange is married to his college sweetheart, Carole
and they have two adult daughters, Katie and Susan.
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• Precinct 1 and to — First Methodist Church in
Sweetwater, 309 Cedar.
• Precinct 2 Trinity Baptist Church in Sweetwater,
1506 Santa Fe.
• Precinct 3 and 11 — Lamar Street Baptist Church in
Sweetwater, 513 I-a mar.
• Precinct 4 and 12 — Evangelical Methodist Church in
Sweetwater, 700 l-amar.
• Precinct 5 — Nolan/Divide Community Center in
Nolan, 1742 FM 126.
• Precinct 6 and 13 — Roscoe Community Center in
Roscoe, too Bois D'Arc.
• Precinct 7 — Blackwell School in Blackwell, 610
• Precinct 8 — Maryneal Community Center in
Maryneal, 210 Walnut.
• Precinct 9 and 14 — Avondale Baptist Church in
Sweetwater, 1405 Hoyt.
Here are the polling places for the Republican pre-
cincts: . .
• Precincts 1-5,7-9 andio-14 — Central Fire Station 111
Sweetwater, 900 E. Broadway.
• Precincts 6,8 and 13 - Roscoe Community Center 111
Roscoe, 100 Bois D'Arc.
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Rodriguez, Tatiana. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 24, 2009, newspaper, December 24, 2009; Sweetwater, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth561298/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.