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Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Del Rio, Texas In la Madrid j from Page 1a collapsing complying with if conditions Mexico hat cutting government subsidies for Good and services and has sharply reduced As a result de la Madrid said there is no doubt that inflation is the country most serious problem at this moment and that is Why it Wilt continue pre occupying i in the Short but the country has alleviated the serious lick of prestige we had de la Madrid said the International financial Community it newly recover ing Confidence in unemployment will continue to be a worry de la Madrid said adding his administration will offer later this month a comprehensive plan to combat it with some essential Public work projects aside from the million out of work since August private economists say another 1 million workers May be Laid off by midyear before the current drop in production Bottoms out teachers to renew push for bargaining Law the Texas state teachers association will renew its push for a collective bargaining Law and will be seeking teacher pay hikes of up to 43 percent during the 1983 session of the Texas legislature according t o a t s t a representative the association also is seeking establishment of a million year group health insurance program for teachers said Bob Barker a continued from Page 1a Nitro methane 150 feet of Detona Tion Cord and 500 feet of safety fuse have been confiscated or surrendered to the fire depart ment in the past six months the balance of the potentially explosive ammonium nitrate and Nitro methane were confiscated by fire officials from the Winter Haven Motel 1204 e Gibbs in August the explosives were discovered in one of the motels unoccupied rooms after fire officials were called to inspect an electrical Short the Motel has since been closed Vick encouraged anyone with explosives or potentially explosive compounds to turn them Over to the fire department before they become a member of the Sta executive committee and president of the classroom teachers of Dallas Baker said tuesday that Mark White favors the health insurance proposal but has told Sta officials that he will remain Neutral on the collective bargaining Bill Mark White has never been a big sup Porter of collective bargaining for teachers but at least he wont be actively fighting it like gov Bill Clements Baker said Whites neutrality along with the less conservative legislature should enhance changes for passage of a collective bargaining Bill this session Baker said several previous at tempts by the Sta to pass a collective bargaining Bill have failed the proposed measure will not include a rights strike option that initially was part of the 1981 Sta sponsored collective bargaining Bill but it does contain a provision for binding arbitration the Sta salary proposal Calls for beginning teachers with a bachelors degree to receive a year 35 percent More than they now earn continued from Page 1a approval of More than billion in food stamp and child nutrition cuts in 1981 Reagan ran into stiff opposition last year when he pro posed another billion in food stamp reductions Congress gave him less than million in reductions last year sen Bob Dole the chairman of the Senate nutrition subcommittee who opposed reagans plan warned that americans Are beginning to believe that the administration and congressional republicans Are insensitive to human needs criticism Over the 1981 round of child nutrition cuts prompted Reagan to leave those programs untouched last year the nations continuing economic problems have in creased demand for food stamp assistance forcing the administration to revise its 1083 Cost estimate for the program after saying earlier this fall that the program would Cost about billion officials now expect the Price tag to exceed billion unless spending cuts Are made according to us a estimates food stamp participation increased by More than persons from november to december to More than million recipients Plaza Del sol mall open nights til 9 p m sidewalk Sale Wall Street new York a the Stock Market advanced slightly in Active trading today continuing the rally that began tuesday the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials Rose 83 to by noontime leaders led decliners More than 21 on the new York Stock Exchange where the composite Index gained 46 to the american Stock Exchange Index was up at big Board volume totalled million shares at noontime against million at the same Point tuesday new York api morning a lock Amr corp Alcoa am motors Amer tit Aramco inc atari child Beth steel Boeing Borden Brit Pel Burn it ind Cal Erper celanese Centel Chrysler coca cola Coleman do chem Dupont was Uairl East Kodak Elpaso co ens Erch s Esmark s Exxon Fireston High Low 624 2ut 34h 47 471 35 Sli 29 m 26 t s6 464 19h 28 46 35 17v 514 29 26 37 7i 864 22h 574 304 last 23h 30 74 61 174 4s4 201k 34h 47h 19h 214 4m 47h 35 i7h 29 it it t 86h 224 194 30h 1ih Ford Mot get corp in Dynamo Gen elec Gen food Gen motors 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