Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 3, 1975 · Page 16
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April 3, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 16

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14-»—LUBIOCK AVALANCHt-JOURNAL—Thursday Morning. April 3^ H75 Area Food Program Helps Pregnant Women., Newborns {Continaed From I'a 6 e One) : fruits. ihas spent $J20.000 feeding the winner, should have the bust! "These foods aren't bad," she'indigent and most to cat." jsaid. "It's just that such » dietl The project has spearheaded because of this belief and for j is not balanced. Many of these several topics for masters thes- othcr reasons, Dr. Lamb strong-i young women think that if theyies in food and nutrition at Tex- ly advocates that, an education-1 survived on the foods their i as Tech :\\ requirement be incorporated mothers served them, then- Miss Montgomery is doimr re I into Uic WIC program. | their children should be able to search on the success of pree The proles-sor believes that| thrive on the same diet." i nancy of mothers in the nro- nutntion education would bc : l.ubbock's Well Baby Clinic krarn. beneficial if the emphasis is on serves 1,B5 clients on WIC ben-P A former Tech graduate stu Ihe learner and not on the ma-efUs. According to the ciuotaj dent, Suzanne Dosrcctt who (final (o be learned. .slipulatcd by the State Depart-julso served as a nutritionist for "Ninety nine per tent of theimant of Health, which adminis-; the \VoIt Baby Clinic wrotn mothers and fathers are vcryjters WIC funds, the clinic mayUlicsis on her attempts at edii ragcr to learn to help thoir help up to around 1.700. j c-atiii" ihe indigent families. They really want to do The South Plains Health i U 'is still early'to tell ivhai risht by their children." ! Provider, serving more than i i m p r o v e m e n t s have been Dr. Lamb said indigent moth-'3.000 is allowed to help :!,700 wrought by WIC Marv Mar crs .serve their families foods with WIC. Igaric Crews, head nutritionist ihat are traditional in their Since the program began wit)i|for ihe Plainview office of family culture. They eat lots of; the South Plains Health Provi- SI-HP, said she has noticed d£ beans, bread, potatoes, sweets, : der. the nine counties have tinct improvement in ihe health '^rJJSf^SfLl?^^^ mothers and youngsters us- 'irig WIC vouchers. " j ; "The mothers are sincerely I trying to change over their ; family's diet to fruits and vege- i tables." «li^> u'liH I Prosecutors Seek Death For Cuevas In Trial I tables," she said. j A good portion of those j served by SHHP arc migrant ; workers. And Miss Crews said (Continued l-'rtmi J'age One) conduct caused the death of 1 arc anemic and *.-; cooly calculated. He said'Mrs. Standley. He has shown (high eaiWhydrale'diets Thov Ciievas taiew it was possible you by his sets he will try to (usually cat very few fi-nii* InJi someone would be killed. escape." i vegetables ' "us aria -How cool and calculated can Under Texas law a judge 1 The nutritionist said she irio= you be?" Graham as 1 — J """—'•' - •-•- " • •• -• --•'- " bllc u lc - "R^-nl- >.n^ "R-I1 .O"lll»t;Il -Dill . - arc- jalely and knew another offense !' MllUs lo c «ok more nutritious : ' i represents a continuing throat to sow'eiy. Hector A/.ios, Cuevas' Span program was born Con 8t'ess approved in appropriations to! Given Okay ,,. . . _, , , : •«--«« ^^.iu=, wucvcis span ;•". •"" »" a i J |Jiopriaiions to; fCommucd J-njiii I'uge One) lish-spcaking- attorney a s k u d fccd nccci y children and indi-i rn-G^dcntiHl candidates certified 'jurors to be compassionate in sent e *PCCting mothers The' os serious contenders Vjy the reaching their verdict USDA was c o m m i s s i o n e d slate party executive commit-; "Execution by the state is a ! to ?°°'' dl 'nate the program, but <'•'?. idelibcrate and premeditated 1 , lon On the Program bogged I -Tf the people of Texas are murder." Axios said "There is ' ltlown - i soiiig' to express a clear cut inolhing- equal about one maniril l ™ concer »t-'d citj-^ens' view on presidential candidates i dying for a *min« he didn't' • a class-action Jawsuit they ought to get to vote on all [commit. A human" life is al!? Ba r inst the fccleral department the serious candidates" Meicv "slake." j , ce u to P ut the funds toi the sei-ious candidates sa 'rf- Cuevas was servnn^ a 'ti-voar I TI, Meier's amendment was ta-jsenlonce for murder with no i USDA andu'^r M " ed blcd ly ' lu - juhancc of parole when the, 1 business , r . . ... .. . . i ""- "• jj»iuic «ucii me the bill calls [or voters tojoscape attempt occurred Carmark ballots lor slates ofirasco and Dominguez alon"- delegates committed to various; with Mrs. Standley and hostage presidential Candidates. Prcsi Elixabcth Beseda died in the they do not fielb a full slate of ; prison courtyard shootout which any votes in any district where : re.su I ted ivhen Jaw officers led dcntia.1 aspirants cannot receive • an assauii on ilicir csc'ine delegates. device. . South Plains nutritionists say " is still too early to tell if the supplementary foods are achieving their intended purpose—to prevent mental retardation. And it may be three or lour more years before the full impact of WIC is known. Waalca Sat infection Guaranteed • Replacement or Money Refunded fTRACK KING^) \^ MADE IN U.S.A. J APPROVED BASKETBALL SHOES for men 'n boys' "ADDED COLLAR FOR COMFORTABLE FIT 91 CHOOSE BLACK, WHfTE OR NAVY. MEN'S AND BOYS' SIZES. RUGGED REINFORCED PROTECTIVE TOE GUARD EXTRA HEAVY ARMV DUCK UPPERS, ANGLE-CUT HIGH FRONT TONGUE FOrt GREATER INSTEP SUPPORT SUPER QUALITY LACES NICKPt PLATED. BUST-PROOF. HEAVY DUTY EYELETS • EXTRA DOUBLf CUSHIONED INSOLt POSITIVE TRACTION GUM OUTSOUE WITH NON-MARKING TRIPLE SUCTION GRIPPERS A B£TT£* WAY JO •SHOP AND SAV£, «WT SAY... CHARGE IT! .'$701 I)0ih Slrcel anrf .Mcniphi<> Av I.uhhock. Irxa* A.M. To '(.•;«( P.M.. rhn. • UY WITH CONFIDENCE! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! Mfj>llNI1l Cf »OMr I MKET ANOTHER 'TEDDY ROOSEVELT'—Theodore Roos- eyclt. left. 2Glh President of the United States, might grin Jikc this if lie saiv actoi' Bnan Keith made up to portray the famed Rough Rider in a Hollywood film, "The Wind the Lion." (AP Wirephoto) and Debate Slated To Highlight Black Week A debate featuring controversial lecturer Dr. William H. ShocHley of Stanford University will highlight .today's activities in ;the fifth annual Black Week at Texas Tech. University, Shockley. co-holder of the 1936 Nobel Prize for work in the 'development of transistors, will debate University of Maryland .professor Richard A. Goldsby, a chemist and microbiologist, at S p.m. in "the Tech University Center. Shockley. Who advocates * belief in the genetic inferiority oE the black race, has been shouted down from speaker's platforms at many universities. - Black Week, sponsored by the Student Organization for Black Unity, began Tuesday with a kick-off ceremony and screening of the film-"Come Back Africa." A Black Muslim program will also be presented at 5 p.m. in the UC Mesa Room. For Your Want Ad Dial 763-9311 Scurry Museum Prints County Newsletter A-J Correspondent SNYDER — The Scurry County Museum Association has begun publication of a quarterly newsletter, "The Scurry Spokesman." It will be mailed to all ' Museum Association members. Member's of the newsletter publication committee are Mickey Schmidt, director of the Scurry County Museum, Mrs. JH. P. Redwine and Mrs. G. A. [Parks Jr. MC COY'S BUILDING SUPPLY CENTERS inflation Compare our low prices on do-it-yourself lumber YELLOW PINE - GRADE MARKED SHOPMcCOY'S TIL 6 P.M. IS SATURDAYS I Til 5 P.M. CHECK THESE SPECIALS SIZE ?S««2S45 .. . 2x6#2S4S [2xfl#2*4X ] PER 1000 Bf 155.00 154. 1 — ikj ,10 auJ 8 FT. 1.23 10 FT. 1.03 1.54 2M 12 FT. 1.24 1.85 ?& 14 FT. 1.44 2.16 ' 3.U 16 FT. 1.6S is* Ho. 3 STUDS 59 C 2 x 4 ~B' or 92 5/8" PRE-CUT AS AVAILABLE' T55 Staple Gun 8 77 3 •'*" B.C. ^ X g Plywood 9 88 38" C.D. 4 X 8 ^Plywood 3 77 2-0 X6-8X 1 uvered 20 44 PRUT OR VWYL OVERLAY Paneling 2 COLORS Interior Door Unit 18 95 SHIPLAP 1x8 #3 YELLOW PINE C JUST RIGHT FOR SUB-FLOOR AND ROOF DECKING UN. FT. 9 BOARDS 1x4 #2 or MILL RUN GRADE AS AVAILABLE DOOR BUSTERS ——^^^^^^^^^^ Commode Seat 3 19 Light Bulbs 40-60-100 walls 2 FOR 66 Tile Wallboard 4 X &7 88 Ready Mix 90 LB. 1 55 33 x Ti S.S.Sink 24 88 lavatory Faucer22 66 4V2 1 PEB LIN. FT. MORE LOW PRICES EASY TO INSTALL 12" TURBINE » VENTS MOVE OUT HOT AIR FROM YOUR ATTIC Worth A Ton Of Air Conditioning ROOF JACK 5.88 I or/iyfe/ MMtCLAlS fANHS DO IT YOURSELF PATIO COVER 8' 10' 12' . 3Jt . 4Jt 2 x 4 x 8 M». 3 Studs 59 Attic Stairway 24 33 Dryer Vent Kit 3" Patio Door »eNJ-COJ»WHC 96 44 lisnlatJH 3-1/2"thicK 15x48 in 20 IIIlM Apache Sate 27 95 LUBBOCK 4200LCCM 289 W PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SHOPMcCOY S FOR BETTER BUYS

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