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Arlington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Arlington, Texas Your local a _ Quot a Arlington daily news phone 265-4241 a a a a a a volume 27 number 238 Arlington Texas sunday. September 26, 1976 2 sections a a a a a a Price daily 15�?~�?sunday is a a Sonny Williams local residents View debate Ford ends with slight Edge Jeanette Deever Bill Mcfaddin John Mcnutt 5 Arlington almanac i concert association members j seeks new the Arlington concert assail citation will conduct a membership a Campaign sept. 27-oct. 9. The organization will set up Headquarters in the Texas electric service company building from to . V to 5 . Daily. Season memberships Are a priced at $14 for adults $7 for Stu a dents and a new features family a memberships for $35, entitling two v parents and All children living at a Nome to be members of the Conli Cert association. For More information Call 277 i -8091 or 261-8735. Metrics course a Spe ii Cial Arlington City Council Pat a sponsored course entitled a living i with metrics will be offered it tuesday at 9 30 . At the Cham a Ber of Commerce 316 w. Main. The course is designed to be a Basic introduction to the metric $ system. Course lecturers will be Dorothy Lynn Chestnut and mar Jim Paysinger of the University of it Texas at Arlington faculty. A Especial pin will be Given to the a school with the most members ii attending the course. Future courses to be offered ii include a shopping with metrics ii oct. 26a Miles of metrics % Jan. 25a sewing with metrics $ feb. 22 and a testing your medics March 22. 8 x models convention a a it delegation of Bauder fashion College fashion merchandising and a modelling students Are attending g the Southeastern models convenes Hon in Atlanta Georgia this week end. A die convention is organized by the Wilhelmina modelling j Agency in new York. The meeting is a combination of educational $ seminars and modelling compete y tons. A a this is an Opportunity for the Bauder students to be exposed to top ranking National models and fashion leaders a said mrs. Peggy Porter education director of the Arlington based fashion College. A a they also have a Chance to compete with other models and fashion students throughout the Christmas shopping a do your Christmas shopping Early this year at less than store prices and help our senior citizens a is the slogan of the 8th annual senior citizens fair to be held at the Meadowbrook recreation Center on oct. 2 from 9 . To 5 . Offering such items As dolls doll clothes afghans quilts Patchwork pillows plants naked goods and Knick Knacks All handmade the fair is sponsored by the Arlington chapter #428 of the american association of retired persons. Officers selected the Arlington High school chapter 102 of the Texas association of health occupation students have selected officers for the 1976-77 school year. Chosen were Teresa Sanders president Jan Johnson vice president Diane Shepherd Secretary Kathy Johnson treasure Janet Barron parliamentarian Joe Robinson Sentinel Gayle Hodges historian and Jerri Wood reporter. They will head activities sponsored by to hos this year. On tuesday sept. The officers will be installed by the state president and her chapter members at Trinity High school in Euless. President Gerald Ford seemed to slightly Edge out former gov. Jimmy Carter following thursday nights televised debate according to most Arlington residents interviewed Friday in an informal daily news poll. Most persons agreed however Carter made his strongest remarks in his summation. A a my opinion is that one is no better than the other a said Dewey a a Sonny Williams Captain in the Arlington fire department. A a Thev seem to me be to be the same on All the issues a he said. A a debates Are a set up Deal anyway and they done to Tell the debates struck another differently. A i was amused by the debates a said Gary Mcdonald Public information assistant for the City. Although he saw an hour of the debate included was the 30 minute audio blackout. A a so i mainly saw Carters the closing statements a he said a a the impression i got was that they were Reading Cue cards. It was a lot like when we were in Junior High and had to do Book reports without looking at our notes. A neither candidate looked poised to me a he added a especially Ford. I was glad to see Carter speak out on taxes. It seems the peons Are always paying the Way for the wealthy. They should have to pay their fair share without any special even though the debates had no Impact on Mcdonald a previous positions he plans to watch the remaining two debates. A from the few minutes that i saw of the debates it appeared to me that Ford looked a lot More confident a said Jeanette Deever a graduate student at Southern methodist University. A pc artery a smile just seemed not to be quite As big a she said. A Carter changes his mind too much on important issues it makes me wonder what his real opinions Are. And it makes me wonder what he would do in the office of the mrs. Laura Hart a housewife termed the debate a tie Between the candidates. A maybe on the inflation Issue Carter was a Little stronger a she said. A but it did no to make me change my she thought both candidates were Well prepared and plans to watch the next debates. A i feel it was very close but Ford came out with a slight Edge a said Bill Mcfaddin assistant fire chief. A in the beginning it seemed Carter was nervous and ill at ease. Ford handled himself better. A Carter was evasive a he added. A the tried to skirt around the he Felt the strongest Point made by Ford was his defense of Nixon a Pardon. A when Carter tried to pin Ford Down with the Pardon of Nixon is probably where Ford came out ahead a he said. A the did quite Well on the defense of his actions. Carter almost was agreeing with Jane Moore an employee at Minyan food store enjoyed the debates. A i thought they were pretty Good a she said. A i watched them until the sound went off. A i Wasny to too sure about Carter before the debates a she said. A but i still think he a ignorant. Ford knew More about the issues and that ruled Carter out even John Mcnutt a retired resident said both candidates did Well in their presentations. A Ford made a Good talk and i think Carter made a Good Summa Tion a he said. A a in a have to give Carter a Good Mark. A Carter made a Good talk but i have some slight doubts about him a a Mcnutt added. A the just Hasni to got enough experience. But we have two More debates to make our minds another resident believed Ford took the debates by a Small margin. A one thing is that in his closing statement Carter was More coherent a said the resident who wished to remain unnamed. A but he was too idealistic. He said the same things anyone could have said. A i Felt Ford dealt with the questions More directly a the housewife said. A in the beginning of the debates it looked As though Carter panicked when he was asked a the most enjoyable portion of the debate was during the 30-minute technical failure she said. A i liked watching Harry Reasoner trying to think of things to say a she said. A it reminded me of an episode of a the Mary Tyler Moore Ted Knight the stations Anchorman was left with a few minutes of extra air time and he panicked trying to think of things to cancer conference begins Here monday in ism budget action set for tues a the Arlington City Council will take official action tuesday evening on the City a budget for the fiscal year which begins oct. I. At the same time the Council will offset the property tax rate for this year. Last week the Council held a Public hearing on the budget set at $29.6 million an increase of about $3 million Over the this years budget. According to the City staff the budget will be a a a maintenance budget allowing a three per cent salary hike for City employees. The main opposition during the i for a sons on w erty was cent or. Warren Mcfarland president of the Arlington unit of the american cancer society will open a three Day Community conference on cancer beginning monday. The Public is invited to attend the monday wednesday and Friday sessions to be held at the Parkview Baptist Church 820 n. Fielder 9 . To noon each Day with Nursery care provided. The purpose of the orientation meetings is to relate the american cancer society a role and explain cancer control programs and services to cancer patients in the Community. The monday morning session will be conducted by local acs directors headed by David will bum chairman of the Board. The american cancer society programs and committees within the unit will be presented and will include questions and answers hand out materials slides and film presentations. The wednesday meeting will be presented by medical members and will include diagnostic detection cancer treatment psychosocial aspects and correlation of care for the cancer patient within the Community. \ new phone number for fridays forum will cover the service program which includes transportation of cancer patients recovery after Mastectomy and the reach to recovery program the ostomy visitor and the ostomy rehabilitation program and the Laynge Tomy rehabilitation. The sessions Are under the direction of or. Jerry Bane Arlington unit service and rehabilitation chairman and mrs. Marvin Wilson vice chairman of the service and rehabilitation committee of the american cancer society. Daily news classifieds 647-4096 for business and editorial depts. Call 469-7373 photo Courtesy of . Dunlop Little deacons a pictured above is the 1957 Little Deacon baseball team of the Arlington Optimist league. Many of the boys pictured Here notably have sons donning kids baseball uniforms. Coaching the team were upper left John Ball and upper right . Dunlop

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