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Argus (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Fremont, California school TtfflABGUS Friday, as Haven1- Unified' Sdwol-KDistrict' ele- .mentorychildren .prepare to start t School for school students begins Friday, Sept. 17. rKmdergarteh .pupils, will, start the morning session "and at-: p.m. for, the afternoon session. ..Morning class''will: end at p.m., and after- Doon class will end, at: p.m. The staggered reading pro- gram will begin; on Sept. 2p.' Parents'will be notified ttteir.Child's starting time'.for the. mbrriing 'arid reading reading groups ar.e the first. graters whose last names begin with "A" through "K" will "start school at a.m. and be dismissed at p.m. Those with names beginning with "L" through "Z" will begin at a.m.: and be dfe- Fourth graders arid fifth last' names'. "A" through arid- bilingual program students will start school at a.m. Fifth gra- ders and sixth'graders, last names "M" will start at a.m. Triese times will continue for'two weeks until reading groups are .formed.' V Junior-high" students will begin at 'and senior high students at a.m. Hot lunches'.will be served' on opening day .for elementa-: ry and intermediate students. Prices, will be '40 cents, for kindergarten through sixth, and 45 'cents for seventh through twelfth. i Elementary schools.include Alv.arado, kindergarten through third; Searles, kin- dergarten through'third; De- coto, kindergarten through HBra; niiiytewiurew, Kinaer- garteh and I El Rincho kintlergarten are Manuel'Whiti'iiS .Barnard for .fourihVthrou (The new''Alvarado Junior High School Iwill open to sty- and i eighth ,'graders', on s :.win i ten'of wijh eleven classrooms' In each cluster "will 'be fully- equipped home economics t are :sc 1 encejequipnVentl' Mos will be carpeted end a] will be .'air. conditioned, each cluster will house one-fourth of .-half; seventh or.the eighth grades Turf and blacktop areas are dents' ,playfie Ids. [The [schop will be adjacent to 'Alvarado Elementary School, at Smith and Fredi Streets. sdtool be sepa- rated by a parking .area. Fo rribre call 489- The first- scJxw'l holiday this fall will.be Admissions -Day, followed'by Sept 16, a Staff Institute Veteran1. Day >will .be.Oct. S25.S Paren conferences for kindergarten .through'sixth' grades will be .22'am recess; Noy .and 26. Junior arid se- nior high Thanksgrving recess will be Nov. 25 arid Jamb's Logan'.snintJ through twelfth, grade stu dents -will 'start' school .or Sept.-17, but will be aWe tc prerregister Sept. 14 and 15 a trie James Logan High Schoo ojfice between., 9 ..a.m.; anc rlbon and: 1 p.m. arid to p.m. Questions about .schedules or bus times can by children will at tend. Bus.pickup times ar approximately 30 minutes be- fore school starting times. Agency to fly home stranded students LONDON (TJPIj-A.'.Teias travel agency said .Thursday': it would fly home any stu- dents straJrxied in London vyith worthless roiind4rip air tick- ets. "We are buying blocks of seats ,on Trans World Air- line' (TWA) airplanes and we will give them to.people un- der 26 who can prove they bought an invalid round-trip ticket in the said James Black of the House'of -Lloyd Travel 'Agency in Dal- las, Tex. "The plight young people stranded in London is in American newspapers, television and on ithe radio. Parents are going out of their minds with worry. ifew into London this morning to buy blocks of seats to give to the students in said Black. Official estimates put the number of stranded young 'Americans at more than 600, a U.S. Embassy spokesman said. "Over 300 students -bough invalid 'tickets American. Union .of i Studen (AUS) the spokesma The .International Studen Travel Association (-IOTA said .Ays-duplicated worth Jess round-trip vouchers an sold them to more Fremont Blvd., Fremont, Aeguif boy. ST. ROSE HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrl. Kenneth Bonl, 111H San Diego Court, Union City, Auaui M, a boy. Mr. anil Mrs. James Hkkl, 213 S Henry Drive, Fremont, August 23, Slrl. IAN LEANDtO MEMORIAL Mr. and Mn. HaroM iaavjoval, am Lucia St., Fremont, August 2F, i girl, MYWARD7S34111 FttMOKT XOHSiSTBIT MSULTS HAVi CLAMORED -r. _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ JMkM ISSMcUIMicM PLEASE Early Deadlines for Classified Advertising for Labor Day Week for all want ads: Tteeiday, 7 at 3 and MtHtday at; Shopper, Sept. 8 ........................Saturday at 3 BJH. OMJ Motrday at am. 'Dcadlinie for want ad kills or correerions: For Tuesday, Sept 7 at 3 and Monday at ajn. For Shopper, S.pt. 8 ......'..........Saturday at 3 p.m. and Monday at am Because Monday, September 6 is a Holiday, ihe want ad department will be open from a.m. to p.m. only. All ads should be placed as early '.as you possibly can call them into the want ad de- partment. HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE HOLIDAY THANK YOU. Classified Advertisiig The Daily Review The Argis wont ad dipartnMnt wll be closed MoMtay, Labor Day, from 12 noon to pjn. for lejaeh. Phone 783-6111 ALL ADS PLACED AFTER A.M. MONDAY WILL START IN WEDNESDAY'S NEWSFAPCT. FOUNOi C04.LH i C04.LH SkWhinl 'ntlx. AcPrCK tM mm. Hitr IdMt MK- Apero. ALCOHOL let OUKO: I1AMIM at, Hnowa Hlllt eree, owner, mey nan by UMH- FOUND: Eta forry Vic. WM pert aMM Sts. Hayward. Owner Meatf- FOUND: SCOTTIE Cortlr mix. small 11. Wart, male, vie. (Won City Part, can Can ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS M >Mr OMLSNl' FOUKOl DALMATIANf Vic. West Sonet Blvd., Havwart, LOJTi. BtlTTANY i Female, Ian and Hall. S3HHJ. I smalt wMM, "Pierre1, Vic. Harder Rd. a, McUon St. Nay ward. lit. Eves. LOST: POOOLE Terrier Imaal me: 2 yrs: wearing black collar 4 f> lags. Vic. Castro Vahay. Ana -to "Dam- Dum." Call LOSTt YOflKSHIIE Terrier, toy male Cray. SavMTL curly. Vk. Ian Laandn Marina Blvds.'.-Reward. LOSTt CAPUCHIN Monkey, medium sin (r Mil, brown, W.-Violet SI., San Laandro. Jil Jaae. Rewind. LOST. (LACK 4 whll. Slemew mM CM, Vk. Pn-eni 4 SanaMV; Hey. htt cottar nrllll KB. to "Snoopy. 537-Jen. 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