SECTION B CORPUS CHRIST!, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1971 Editorials Sports . 2 4 Notice of Student Reassignment Due On the Block Equipment valued at more than $1 million was put on the auction block here today to dispose of the assets of Dellinger and Mahan Inc., 1413 Corn Products Road. Auctioneers and prospective buyers inspected the heavy machinery this morning before the opening of the sale at 2 p.m. The company, which had been in the highway construction business here since 1946, was being liquidated at the request of its stockholders. J. M. Dellinger, who organized the firm, was killed early this year in a car accident.^ Additional property will be sold following the completion of the firm's last construction project near Beeville. TuSoso-Midway Pupils To Enroll Tuloso-Midway Independent School District will continue a pre-school workshop through Thursday and will register .students Friday, L. R. Reaves, superintendent, said today. Scho-ol 'oegins at 8:30 a.m. next. Monday. The workshop speaker at ,11 a.m. today was Cecil E. Rusk of Austin, executive secretary of Texas Association of School Boards. School personnel will go to Robstown High School tomorrow for an areawide session sponsored by the Education Service Center, Region 2. Local in-service training will be completed Thursday. Registration Friday has the following schedule:. Juniors and seniors, 9 a.m. to noon; freshmen and sophomores, 13:30 p.m.; fifth grade, 9-10:30 a.m.; sixth grade, 10:30 a.m. to noon; seventh grade, 1-2:30 p.m.; eighth grade, 2:30-4 p.m., and all other pupils in Tulosw-Midway and Clarkwood Elementary Schools 9 a.m. to noon. Garcias Donate Land In Mexico Three Corpus Christ! physicians and other members of their family have donated a block of land in Llera, Tamaulipas, Mexico, on which a Social Security clinic-hospital, kindergarten and library will be constructed. Dr. Hector P. Garcia, Dr. Clotilde Garcia and Dr. Xico Garcia, the Corpus Christi physicians, and others in their family took part in the dediqa- tion ceremonies in Mexico Friday. The donated property belonged to the Garcia's mother, Mrs. Faustina Perez Garcia. Other members of the family named as parties giving the land were Dr. Jose Antonio Garcia, Dr." Cuillahuac Garcia, Dr. Dalia Garcia and Mrs. Emilia Garza. The Garcia physicians are originally Â· from Tamaulipas. Their father, Jose Garcia, was a teacher and the author of grammar books used in primary school instruction. MASTER PADLOCKS #119 Cable Padlock Re S . $2.49 NOW*!" # 5 1 8 Bike Padlock Reg. $1.99 NOW * 1 5 * ULF HARDWARt 2101 Leopard 834-6643 Ham* Owntrf - Kin Wnvill The Tuloso-Midway board of trustees last night voted to allow Corpus Christi Academy to use the Tuloso-Midway football field for games this fall, since the Academy field has not been put into condition since Hurricane Celia. The board also awarded several contracts. They are: --Tonnie Smothers Costruc- tion Co. for $1,293.75 to renovate a room in the elementary school for use as a nursing office. --Sterling Electric Co. for $50!).70 for materials to be used in a sound system for the football field's press 'oox, wilh Reaves and the board authorized to negotiate with an electrical company to install the system. --Glasstov, Inc., for $408.50 to purchase a bun warmer for the kigh school cafeteria. Tire board also employed Mrs. Kathy Leal, a 1971 graduate of San Jose State College in California, to teach physical education at Clarkwood Elementary School. Trustees authorized Reaves and Harold Haynes, junior high principal, to employ a social studies teacher for the junior high. By MARGARET RAMAGE Parents of students to be reassigned under the current court order on desegregation should receive notification of this by early next- week, Dr. Leo Bradley, assistant superintendent for administration in the Corpus 1 Christi Independent School District, said today. Bradley advised principals, in letters received today, that they should receive information from the school district office by Friday, Aug. 20, and should return it in pre-addressed envelopes to the board building by Monday, Aug. 23. Principals in workshop last week were asked to address the-envelopes as soon as possible. All teachers in the district are to be back on duty tomorrow: Teachers new to the system 4 Girls Attend Meet at Canyon Four local girls recently attended a state convention of young hospital volunteers at West Texas State University at Canyon. The girls, from the Gingham Corps Junior Auxiliary of the Driscoll Foundation Children's Hospital, are Donna Dolan, Paulynn Story, Susan Lucas and Becky Rapach. A Gingham Corps scrapbook, made by Donna Dolan, won first place in the state. and those returning from resignations will attend orientation at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at Memorial Coliseum. Coffee and a get-acquainted period will start at 7:45 a.m. All returning teachers, including those who have been on leaves of absence, will report to the schools to which they have been assigned, at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. Teachers who may be transferred because of the desegregation order will be advised by their principals as soon as possible. All teaching personnel will report at 11 a.m. tomorrow to the Coliseum for a convocation address by Dr. Dana Williams, superintendent. Also on the program will be school board P r e s i d e n t Franklin Bass. Music will be by the Miller High School band. Teachers will work in their buildings the rest of the week. Meanwhile, the "hotline" at the central office "has not stopped ringing," Ron Whitlock, school district information officer, sai dtoday. The phone information center for parents was installed yesterday and is in service from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. Three persons are on duty during two shifts, starting at 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. The phones are manned by teachers, substitutes, parents and community volunteers. At least three are bilingual in English and Spanish: Mrs. Angelica Zamora, Mrs. Janie Anguiano and Miss Maria Lilia Perez. Others taking calls are Mrs. Lewis Weil, Mrs. Nancy Aiken and Miss Joyce Stafford. Board Asked To Let Students Keep Posts The human relations committee was to make a recommendation to the school board, concerning transfer of students with status positions, in the board meeting today, Duane McCulIough, committee president, has advised Forrest Allen, board president. The resolution asks that all students elected in the last school year to positions or offices for 1971-72 he permitted to retain those offices in the school to which they are reassigned. "The number of status positions should be increased to the degree necessary in each receiving school to prevent a loss of such positions by students being r e q u i r e d to change schools through desegregation procedures," the resolution states. "For example, if a student who has been elected president of the student council is reassigned, he will serve as ra-president with the elected president in the receiving school."- Policemen are people, j u s t like the rest of us, except they have a harder job for which they get precious little appreciation. They're supposed to keep their cool and never be discourteous to the lawbreaker or anybody. If they turn out to be only human and lose their tempers now and then, it gets in the papers and they're accused of "police brutality." 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