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Fort Stockton Pioneer (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Fort Stockton, Texas Southwest a n fir a try Boxx 10054 �1 Ijabo to. 79991 panthers Whitewash Kermit 26-0 see Story on Page two second half explosion mushrooms fort Stockton s Cloud nine the fort Stockton commissioners will Seal Fate of bids two weeks ago the county commissioners unsealed two bids to provide the county with electronic voting machines then tabled the bids. Tomorrow morning monday the commissioners will Seal the Fate of both bids. Precinct i commissioner Billy Moody indicated Friday that he favored the newer Tab lever machines rather than the older computer punch card types. County clerk Billy Hodges who recommended the county adopt the machine voting method had lobbied for the Tab lever machines saying that punch card flaws required staffing precincts with As Many election judges As the present hand count system. A Odessa big Spring and Dallas a a Hodges said earlier a fall indicated that they had problems with the punch the Tab lever types pictured next to Story will Cost nearly $12,000 More than the punch card machines. A bid of $42,060 at $2,103 for each machine was submitted by automatic voting machines. Computer election systems submitted a bid of $30,600 to provide the county with punch card Tabulator. The county would need 20 machines Hodges indicated. The decision to accept a bid was delayed at the previous commissioners court to allow the county to consult with other election officials including City and school officials. The commissioners will also open bids for a motor grader for precinct 4, for repairs on the Iraan Hospital roof and distil a it it the Iraan Library. Don Crawford will appear Hetero the court regarding county insurance and attorney Phil Pollan speaking for a dict will ask the court to consider opening a portion of the Leon farm Road. There have been other times w Hen the itch to write has struck on sundays in fact that s How itch was born it was ignited by an inability to wait until next thursday to expound in the old a pipe lines format. This time its not so much a desire to scratch As the fact that the mail came in without a a a thirteen column from dad this week. He son the first real vacation he a taken in several years somewhere in California we assume. He just might have relaxed so much he forgot to write a column at All or forgot it until he knew it was too late to Send. If he forgot it completely it la be the first time in 45 years or so. It seems appropriate to say a word or two about the first of the new presidential debate series which began thursday night. A realm of thought i find interesting and Hope you do is the similarities and the differences Between the 1960 Kennedy Nixon debates and the Ford Carter variety. The opener in the current series resembles the 1960 slug outs in these ways 1.the democratic candidate Carter is younger and handsomer than the Republican As was 1960�?Ts Democrat Kennedy. 2. Carter like Kennedy projects More Charm and a More intellectual approach to the debate atmosphere he uses bigger words in a faster flow than president Ford although nothing like As fast As Kennedy. Carter also has better Eye Contact with the television camera than Ford and projects somewhat better As did Kennedy. 3.Carter is the cooler and less emotional of the two debaters As was Juk. The places where the similarities end and the discrepancies show up struck me this Way 1. Ford has much More organization of his arguments than Carters and Kennedy was Well ahead of Nixon in that area. 2.Ford Speaks less intellectually than Carter. And thus in a More Down to Earth manner. Although somewhat less beguiling he seems More genuine and has a More a Down to Earth image a distinct advantage in this Campaign. Nixon never seemed Down to Earth or at ease with the audience. Ford does. 3 Nixon As an incumbent elected Vic president in the popular Eisenhower administration had everything to lose and nothing to gain by entering into debate with the lesser known senator Kennedy. He started the debates ahead and ended them behind. Ford started out better known than Carter too but he was not elected to either the vice presidency or the presidency so he has less to lose by head to head confrontation than did Nixon. He also was running behind Carter in the polls before the debates and undoubtedly will begin to catch up More and More. He also has to make a lot of people forget they Ever heard of Ronald Reagan and he a doing a Good Job of that. Our picks for the Best arguments of both men read like this i. Fords beat were the comments about How much the expense of Georgia a state government Rose after Carter got through reorganizing and streamlining it and his catching Carter in error when he tried to portray Ford As the Champ in a number of vetoes for All time lots of presidents used Many Many More. See itch to pm. 3 Hospital joins Cost monitoring Pecos county memorial Hospital has been formally recognized by the american Hospital association As an Active participant in a program to More effectively Monitor Cost management. The program involves the sharing of Cost data submitted by nearly 3,000 health care institutions As a Means for these facilities to compare their own Cost control effectiveness with others of similar size. Pecos county memorial Hospital has been taking part in the aha sponsored program since Jan. I 1976. A a we have found the data information supplied by the program to be an excellent management tool in evaluating our Cost containment efforts a said Ralph Chalfant administrator. A by keeping abreast of what other health care institutions Are doing in Cost areas we Are better Able to adjust our own procedures county clerk Billy Hodges tries out a demonstrator Model of a proposed new voting machine for use in county elections. Pioneer photo electronic voting machines registration planned for self improvement courses monday several self improvement classes being offered through Midland College were organized monday evening during registration held at the Junior High cafeteria. However some courses being offered do not have the required number of students which is 12, for the course to be Given. The registration deadline has been extended until oct. I for the following courses states Betty Hickman High school Counselor and coordinator of the courses. Courses to be offered on monday evenings Are income tax preparation room 22 at High school from 7 30 . To 9 30 . Shorthand room 47 at High school from 7 . To 9 . And Tennis on both monday and thursday evenings at Junior High school from 7 30 . To 8 30 . Tuesday evening courses include bookkeeping room 22 at High school from 7 30 . To 9 30 . Writing for profit at Junior High school from 7 30 to 9 30 . Microwave cooking Junior High school homemaking lab from 7 to to . Only six hours in course Silver Smithing and jewelry making from 7 . To 9 ., in room 7 at High school wednesday evening courses Are yoga in Junior High school choir room from 7 . To 9 . Typing room 47 at High school from 7 30 . To 9 30 . And drawing i and Oil painting in Junior High school Art room. On thursday evening courses to be offered Are conversational Spanish at Junior High school from 7 . To 9 . And macrame from 7 . To 9 . In room other courses that May be t t i is a a a k tit est 4st pcs m i top a a a 15c per copy Pioneer sixty ninth year published each thursday and sunday fort Stockton Texas 79735 number 68 funding sought for doctor recruitment by Frank because one of the ways to recruit new physicians to a Community is financial Aid and because the Community leaders working on the Effort anyone with a complaint concerning the City a sanitary Landfill operation will have an Opportunity to air the grievance at a Public hearing to be scheduled soon. The Date for the hearing will be set tuesday night by the fort Stockton City Council following the councils authorization for City manager Jim Davis to contract Crim engineering of big Spring to prepare a report on the Landfill for the Texas health resource Board. A we done to anticipate any problems concerning the Landfill a Davis said noting that the Public hearing was a routine procedural matter. The Council is also expected to approve City fiscal agent Jack Browne a outline for the financing of the City a water storage expansion project. Brown has suggested that the City fund the project by the Sale of $300,000 in Bonds approved in a prior water project Bond election and provide for the balance through the issuance of certificates of to attract new doctors to fort Stockton Are apparently unanimous that its a Good Way the chamber of Commerce medical needs committee has embarked on a new fund raising obligations. A the Bonds will be sold at 5.8 percent a Davis said a an excellent interest rate since they hav a 1985 expiration Date. A the certificates would be issued at six percent a he noted saying t at the increased interest a suited by the fact the we re simply unsecured notes. The funding program outlined by Brown would cover the first phase of the two phase project. Charles w. Neeb area Extension entomologist armyworms Are abundant in most lawns and turf grass areas in Pecos county at the present time. Armyworms generally appear in late summer and Early fall where Lush growth appears in lawns. Effort for the purpose. Mrs. Conoly Brooks chairperson of the medical needs committee announced at a meeting of the committee and the press Friday that or. Geo in other action the City is expected to authorize Davis to advertise for bids on two new police cars. The Council will open and canvass bids on an insurance plan and on repairs to police forestation buildings and City Hall. The three structures suffered roof damage in separate Hail and wind storms earlier this years. Representatives of southwestern Bell will meet with the councilmen to discuss what action will be taken on a �?o911�?� emergency line. Plants can be stripped of their foliage in a very Short period of time. Armyworms reach a length of about 1/2 inches when fully grown. On each Side of the body Are three stripes of approximately equal Width. A Stripe along the Back of the worm has a Fine Light coloured re a. Hoffman has agreed to chair a special committee to establish a Community medical fund. The fund is to be earmarked for the purpose of loaning Money to a medical student on a contract basis in Exchange for the agreement by the student to practice Medicine in fort Stockton for an agreed number of years. A specific student is already known by the local medical staff of memorial Hospital who May be a prime Prospect for such an agreement. Susan Morrey who spent six weeks working in a a a Preceptorship under direction of the four fort Stockton physicians at memorial Hospital in the summer of 1975, has reportedly indicated interest in such an arrangement. Miss Morrey has less than two More years of medical school to attend she has broken line running Down its Center. The head is Pale Brown with a Green tinge and mottled with dark Brown. The Worms feed at night and hide during the Day. Worms feed for about 3 to 4 weeks before becoming full grown. Armyworms can be of finished the first two years and then will either intern for a year or be a resident in family practice for two years or. Hoffman informed the committee Friday. Or. Hoffman also said he and the other doctors with whom she worked were very favourably impressed with miss Morrey a competence and attitude toward her work. He indicated he feels that All four of the present fort Stockton physicians will be in favor of the student loan project although the medical staff will not consider the matter officially until its next meeting monday evening. He said it has been Learned that miss Morrey is willing to enter into a contract with fort Stockton to practice Here upon completion of her education and training in Exchange for see funding pm. 8 festively controlled if measures Are taken soon after an infestation occurs. Sevin or malathion Are suggested on use on Home lawns for control of armyworms. Refer to the Label on the insecticide Container for instructions on dosage rates and mixing and mixing and application Rains. City Council prepares Agenda armyworms damaging lawns arranged related mrs. Hickman Are Bridge and automotive tuneup. One other course conversational English has been requested stated mrs. Hickman and see courses pm. 8 blood pressure clinic a Nettie Gonzales seated right Pecos county health nurse and director of the blood pressure clinic scheduled tuesday outlines plans for the clinic with co workers. The clinic sponsored Here by the Pecos county division of the american heart association will be conducted in the Council chamber at City Hall beginning at 19 . And continuing until 5 . The volunteers assisting mrs. Gonzales Are la Funderburk seated and standing or Dorothy Richardson Ruth Price and Paula Gonzales. Pioneer photo

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