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Fort Stockton Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 17, 1976, Fort Stockton, Texas So uth v or la i h3filit a fizz b Jav i j i big play Burns a a of Tiff aft / of to. 799$/fort Stockton drops District opener to Monahans 14-8 see 5tory on Page two writing the linebacker Eddie Greer is poised to meet Panther quarterback Tate Randle 111as the fort Stockton signal caller attempts to sweep the Monahans line. Greer 21 turned in an outstanding defensive performance As the Lobos shut Down the Panther offence deep i its own territory four times during the Monahans 14-8 Homecoming Victory. Pioneer photo the fort Stockton sunday october 17, 1976 15 per copy Pioneer published each thursday and sunday sixty ninth year fort Stockton Texas 79735 number 74 Al a m Quot almost anything goes at Oil show u fort Stockton s most celebrated team s television films will highlight Booth Texas nationally sports a a pretenders. Stockton comanches another moment in Shine. Films from Man Ami National a Caln thing goes comp Abc sports co Mech will highlight fort i presentation at the i1 Tennial permian f show. The worlds i cd curated the fort. W ill have the Sun Stockton s re Biden Lasin Oil truest in area Jaycee and Jaycees convention scheduled Here although october is about the nicest month of the year. Weather Wise a 13 re at Many americans will he rather glad to see it go taking with it what has become a bitter and frustrating National political hassle. -1 it is unfortunate that personalities private conversations and what should he even private thoughts Are aired in an atmosphere of blame w Ith emphasis on entrapment. The real tragedy is that our National leaders human All Are being subject to such microscopic attention that people generally lose Confidence in the candidates and in the end. May consider the system not Worth salvaging. A 2�? the Job of president or governor of mayor or president of our local school Board becomes tougher every year. And that is too bad. Because it will end in Many Able people disavow ing any part of serving in the governing process. �?3�? physical size has never been a qualification for holding our nation s highest office. Presidents of the past have ranged in height from Abraham Lincoln a six feet four to James Madison a five four. Madison also was the lightest president too pounds and William Howard Taft the bulk est his weight ranging from 300 to 340 pounds. �?4�? almost All presidents share one traits a keen sense of humor. It s All that keeps them from cracking up under the stress of the demanding office. I he same might be said of others in places of heavy Respo Sibili y. �?5�? compensation of presidents like most salaries has risen a great Deal in the 200 years of our history. It was pegged at $25,000 per annul with no extra allowances for All who served from George Washington until . Grant. Today it s $200,000 in taxable salary w Ith a tax exempt travel and entertainment allowance of $40,000 and an additional expense account of $50,000 taxable. �?6�? actually that s less of an increase than we have seen in most wages and salaries and the major portion of commodity prices in that 200-Ycar Span. A 7 a the Prospect of a close race on nov. 2 could result in the fourth time for the country to elect a president with More electoral votes but a smaller popular vote. It happened in 1824, John Quincy Adams Over Andrew Jackson in 1876, Rutherford b. Hayes won Over Samuel i i i Den and in 1888, Benjamin Harrison Defeated Grover Cleveland. A 8 a during the Days that Harry s. Truman was enduring his lowest level of popularity one witty observer paraphrased the old saying As follows a Stoerr is Truman a. Along that line some writer unknown provided some philosophy regarding errors that is Worth passing on in these times when so much time is spent in emphasizing the errors of others. See thirteen Page to j ettes will be converging on the City next weekend for their annual area in fall convention. Area chapters Are expected from Elpaso Lubbock. Midland Odessa Crane Mccamey Pecos and Fabens. The convention is scheduled Friday saturday and sunday with the fort Stockton chapters As hosts. Registration begins at the Holiday inn at 3 . Friday and continues until 9 . A a get acquainted a dance will get underway at 9 ., also at the Holiday inn. Saturday morning Competition is scheduled with the Jaycee ettes beginning at 8 30 . At the sunday House. The Jaycees will commence at to . At the Holiday inn. The Jaycee ettes will announce the travel award at 8 . With the first round of Competition a spoke and Feather a at 8 30. The written Competition for a a spoke i Fot Jaycee ettes in the organization one year and under and a a Feather for members of one year and Over. A have your say will be conducted from 9 30 . To 10 30 . This Competition a ill be speeches from three to five minutes based on out aspect i Jaycee or Jaycee Ette Creed. The morning activities will also include leadership dynamics and personal dynamics followed by a lunch break at 11 30 . With the Jaycees. From 1 30 . To 3 . Lime ran see j wet land Oil show. The comanches winners of Texas. Southwest regional and runner up in National Competition were featured on thro St Strate nationally tale ised programs in Earl 1976. Abc television made the films available to f Ort Stockton chamber of Commerce manager George Jordan said Friday and an Odessa Teleport station dubbed out the Emmet Cutis for us. Iii. Shows Jordan sex phone j. Quot will be shown in heir entirety at the fort v Rockton Booth during the Oil neck i airman ton Booth Lias s Tati n w hich Cie a folding tiling the areas Well service a the display a Jordan said Quot is one that a been used in the past. It s a Good one. Quot i feel that we have a Stellar he added Quot especially with the almost anything goes also available at the Booth will be fort Stockton a picture brochure a Community profile and a description of the City a historical tour. Chamber Board of directors members personnel from the chamber s women a division and local Jaycees will Man the Booth during the Oil show along with other Community residents i Bree shifts of workers have been assigned for each of Days of the Oil show. Educators attend Reading conference merchants invited to retail Shi f fill Fly a Joss Ion tues ton Rota de to at int int Mission tons Lei year i c h a my blessed the la till i no will com Nicar in Espanol school staffers Register for new bilingual classes to improve communication in Spanish 16 professional staff members from the fort Stockton schools will participate in a too hour bilingual Institute. Two class groupings taught by Martha Primera and Diane Mitchell will begin meeting this week. The course is counted in partial fulfilment of the Texas education Agency a bilingual teacher certification. Certification requires that a candidate be Able to function in Spanish attend a 30-hour materials and methods seminar and have taught in a state endorsed bilingual program. The course addresses four questions what Are the Spanish structures and vocabulary that teachers most need to know How can a professional person Best learn these in his her career Fields what Spanish language structures that Are difficult for the English speaker need special Drill because they Are Basic to the teaching of Spanish dominant students what does the educator need to know immediately so that from the beginning of the course he can develop minimal skill in communicating with Spanish speaking people staff enrolled in the class will attend class six hours a week for four months. Participants Are Weldon Boggus Betty Coker. Amanda Gearhart Ira Lee Henslee Hickman Betty Howell. Faye Johnson. Esther Lannon Billie Mckenzie Phillip Mitchell Betty Reid Ann Skylstad Larry Skylstad Linda Swanson Lois ulry Harvey Wallen Peggy Wiseman and Jon Ryan. The purpose of the classes is to train teachers in the skills and vocabulary needed to communicate with Spanish speaking students and adults. Functional ability is acquired through individual participation in statement response drills that utilize role playing. Conversational ability is expanded through extensive Drill. Materials include not Only vocabulary and structures in unnecessary to Tinct a ish but also the Basic grammatical structures usually included in a first Vear College text. I i 1 on at the actus How n restaurant. All stores i lining to have represent. Mending Art asked to of i l Ort Stockton chamber t comme be at 336-2264, and make reservations. Bill j Hinson Ibar Nman of lit retail Trade division s Sale promotions urges a Good turnout. Linson said one of the prime topics of discussion and a i next i v ent on the Calendar will the annual citywide Hall of Cen a spook tabular Quot Sale and costume contest. The Quot spooky ocular Quot will be held on the weekend of october 2s through 30, just prior to halloween. Hinson added. In the past the Sale has included halloween costuming by employees of local stores for added fun with a travelling trophy presented to the store with the Best Overall effect. Seven fort Stockton educators including superintendent Jon Ryan attended a Texas association for the improvement of Reading Tair Reading conference in san Angelo oct. Wynona Hook Irene Bur Nham Norma Lynn Rowe sue frock Beverly Goode and Betty Howell joined Ryan at the Houston Harte University Center in san Angelo for the conference which was headlined the University of Vermont a or. Lyman Hunt a noted specialist in the Field. The conference provided extraordinary Opportunity Tes for meeting with fellow educators and sharing of ideas in Reading instructional strategies the teachers reported. In two general sessions the educators heard from Hunt and exchanged ideas in Small strategy sessions. The a Silver dollars sessions included a enhancing the self concept through Oral heading a a affective Reading experiences for they Oung Reader a a a newspapers Reading skills and Content instruction a a right to read the West Texas version a and the Counselor looks at in the second Genera session entitled a Golden the teachers examined eight Reading study areas area Reading conferences Are sponsored by the Texas association on eleven selected campuses throughout Texas. Foster Parent training session presented Here a first training session Tor the f Ort Stockton Foster parents and potential Foster parents was held thursday night oct 7, at the p first United methodist Church 1600 West fifth. The program presented by Pattie Phillips Foster Home worker with the department of Public welfare focussed on children s behaviour Dorthea Huelster child welfare worker in fort Stockton and area worker Wanda Mcintyre also participated in the see parents Page 5 official accessories a the women a division of the chamber of Commerce has their official accessories Blue and White aprons and White hard hats Complete just in time for the 1976 Bicentennial permian Basin Oil show which opens wednesday for four Days in Odessa. Trying out the costumes Are or june Worster Yvonne Balch and Jane Crook. Members of the a dec plan to work in shifts each Day of the show. Pioneer photo f

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