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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Harlingen, Texas Brownsville 21 Weslaco 20 San Benifo 17 P-SJ-A.....0 Lyford.....21 Los Fresnos... 20 La Feria. Harlingen_____13 McAllen_____7 Mission.....13 Edinburg--------0 La Joya..... 6 Rio Hondo 7 Port Isabel 47 Sanla Rosa 26 0 St. Joseph 13 The less gorernment In- terferes with private pursuits the better for the general prosperity. Martin Van Buren VALLEY MORNING STAR Your Freedom Newspaper 60th Year No. 93 lOc Dolly 15c Sunday October 1971 Copyright Freedom Dial GA 3-5511 T6 S. Vietnam Commander Says Communist Drive Broken SAIGON Vietnamese commander said I Vietnamese troops surrounded a frontier American artillery base and from jungle coyer 400 vards away pounded it with backstops supporting a week- long allied drive to block a Communist offensive at the think we've broken the GAS BLAST DAMAGE Shown here in this photo is debris scattered in front of a building complex destroyed in a gas explosion in Port late Wednesday. About 30 people injured in the of at least 12 were hospitalized. Tax Money Grant Asked To Finance Complication Of Weslaco School Operation hack of the Communist of fen-j miNCICS 1 .Speaking for the Colegio application reside in a press conference Lt. Gen. Nguyen Xuan The con-iFriday afternoon. Guadalupe do Weslacn School lie is'Friday afternoon at the Colegio. Tinh. commander of r o v e r s i a 1 Jacinto Trcvino Saavedra said of the U'esiaco listed on the application as the AceVedn was one of several told DPI Of Mercedes has applied board and administration at- agency contact person sta.L'ing a walkout at dent Kennetn J. Bradaick. nearly in Guadalupe Aianiz uf San U'esiaco High School March Sheltering an undisc -issjst jn Desegregating expected it. It will be Juan as financial of-.lHTO. in support of demands number of Americans nnu_ U'esiaco School District. a good of the colcgio. made to the school board bv Otto Lnnglois. superintendent De Saavedra said his De Saavedra identified others. of U'esiaco issued expects to be who with him wrote the statement Friday saying it was'advised between Oct. lfi-20 as Daniel Aeeveclo. the unaninioiis decision of the -vhelher the funds to establish Samuel Lucila school board and administration'a -parent involvement Irene Samuel to fight the application. ijn support of desegregation of Gracieia and the ad- ''It is beyond imagination that U'eslaco system. 'ministration of .Jacinto Trcvino. government prior to Sunday's'any government agency would De a graduate Narciso Aleman. all of Ueslaco. presidential election. approve a request uf this nature of U'esiaco High said. De Saavedra. Ace.vedu and The U.S. command said from those he said. he and others preparing the Aleman were among those has been killed and border and 78 miles northwest of Saigxin in a region swarniingj j with an estimated three 'Vietnamese divisions embarked on a campaign regarded as an attempt to embarrass the City To Take Control Of San Benito Library SAX BENITO Control of the local-library is expected to pass to the city commission next week wtien two ordinances are put before that body for its approval. Werner Announces Intent To Run and The ordinances would set upiL'brary Imt would not be allowed two separate boards to obligate the city. The proposed Ordinance S4G ou'd create a Public Library j Board composed of nine ap'- i pointed members and three ex- Currently operated by a boardjofficm members the mavor library operations create a library within the ci'v administration. department I American 32 others have been wou.wed at Pace since the allied campaign i began last Saturday. The I campaign has been marked by some of the heaviest fighting of trie war. the allied drive was regarded as favorable to let U. S. forces withdraw on schedule from the Katum Firebase 15 east of Pace. They took with them two 175mm howitzers and eight-inch guns with respective ranges of 20 and 14 miles. would have liked the guns to stay. We have no heavy but I understand that the Americans cannot stay here Tinh said. A 1.500-man South Vieina- Tnrn To Page 2 Longshoremen Continue Work During Talks In Some Gulf Ports merican Youth A junior never He has been ilciiio since Alcman and student the coledrj council. 1 is in the a bi-racial e in connection application. .arned to it so far. he e rria r''a and Mrs. Irene composed of delegates from A various civic groups which contribute to the the library has been the subject of 'considerable debate in City Commissioner years. A group of Werner announced Friday by the Rev. Ken will be a candidate for pressed the city commission g for election in the December city j to take complete responsibility election. the library on the who was first elected i that it already pays the major i to the commission in said portion of costs and would be his decision is based on the'in a better position lo attract' j urging of many friends and'outside aid. 'supporters and the fact that on. As for adoption Oct. i term as a commissioner and anJG. Ordinance S4o would .intense sludv of city problemsja library department in the city ihas made hiin authorize the of what needs toicity to take over all books and iequipment presently on '.My 'supporters are fullvjand establish a five-memlwr aware thai I will run as a tola'li board of trustees to be ap- indepcndent with no b-v ihc clly lor commitments to any Appointed for 2-year dividual or he said. term the in toe 1 will continue fg a cjty manager and city attorney. The library board would responsible for policies and proposing the approving' yetting rules and I regulations for the using accepting and providing the city commission with a monthly on Mail Hit By Strike Brownsville' two-year International ongshoremenj midnight Association have apparen contract Thursday. said This the railroads would Mexican oi the Rev. Kdgar Krueger of attorney Gerald Abrams of McAIien. associated with the Workers Organisation and Brother John director of the Newman jStudent Center at Pan College. j De Saavedra said group ihad not consulted with the jWc-sIaco school board or ad- ministration and was not sur- prised that school officials plan to resist the assistance. He said membersjwas taken Monday in Galveston traffic into Pon Brownsville to Cir'-i'j.V -HP ily joined a West and put local longshoremen from tying up rail cars Cen'er Vnd work issued from Gulf against a stop- record as opposing a strike in with cargoes that cannot be light of the present 90-day ivageiunloaded for marine shipment. Ordinance S-17 the removal of .v ere including parents in New York I LA price Should the strike be honored 'early Friday morning. i It is felt by local unio.rhere. and cargo shipments ja .j Don Lagervall. president ofjm embers that contracted i m i n i s h he no local of Brownsville'negotiations during the freezejXavigatinn District i ordered out work gangs would not have the same forcejwould be off.'' However. loading after the wage and no to the Longshoremen's unloading operations at in a.m. curbs are lifted Nov. 1.1. would be on the East' and Lagervall said he pon work that started Friday not yet received officialjsaid Fnd.lv h Bob Ostos. operations director morning and the lo stop work -ssi hcrcifor Dix Shipping Co. at Port Longshoremen's strike on the added that until that sffected _sh .Brownsville said he was see them C 1 o c a I period last month a Sept. 10 deadline. OM-mo was just an instrument in writing the Due strike no new personnel he sajd_ '.T in hired until the weslaco asked colocio to do ork stoppage his opinion the 'the best educational West the U.S. Postal comes local crews will u jfi of T Service Friday issued an em- on the job. Vork pn om on stand up lo New of JIM WERNER or abandoned S4S that declaring it a Loop -US and WiUon improvod. Ordinance authorizjng the city to 52-iO.OOO worth of obligation bond.--- to Kd. be bargo on all International Mail no official notice .ind parcel post except in.lo work.' Canada and Mexico which will we will uorK until I be taken care of as usual. Qf a Chicano Mexicano n 1 thmk Ihev want to ViVimn et official i Ostos said. don t to vote for projects that are good' for all the citizens ofi Werner emphasized that if he is he will approach all matters exactly as he has in the past. j am afraid I must reject the thcoi. o n an individual he said. will continue to seek the advice of a broad section of all coast remains vest people in considering matters' tfcc coming before the commission.'I A cnld front from eastern Werner said be continue1 New Mexico was e.xpected to Jo be a middle of the reader drift into the Texas panhandle Drier Air In Sight Tbe United Stales Weather Bureau reports lhat winds aloft vlll be variable but drier over the Valley for the next few as Ihe on 'words into Don Lagervall's Mail of all classes for Lagervall added that if _0il chemicals he if that's c-JPuerto Kico. Virgin Islands.' ficial comes during Carbide and way they and that is Zone. Guam and Trust day his work will stay.from district leases way voted in I Territories will be air lifted and 'on the job at least until quitting contintif. he but a then I'm proinl of j is therefore accepted. 'time tonight. would affect general proposed improvements' i C.iiben also said'. Houston and Gavieston and halt movcnienl of U. S.I O.MOS said there is no way of'the a r-' rnail for all longshorenien so far defied wheat thmugh the tell what proposal all will not a nationwide call lo slop at Port Brownsville. but he added that Jb'Jc hearing'on'' arc would halt all cargo Ore and general cargojne of cargce- il. jtinuing all mililan- mail dling operations at American from he.handled by Div Shipping has suggestion to aru' routing ports. lieauniont-Port Arthuristated. also be pretty well cleared the mayr.r in .sulimit application The ILA nicmlx-rs honored for public improvementiprnbargo on such mailings will slop-work authorization and funds under the jif'ttl ss as Ihc strike have put up picket signs. _ j's lifled and the Longshoremen Local 1LA vofxJ H7 Turn To Page 2 irciurnto work. 3 a-ainst striking when their those at the news conference the onlv news of the 'iVcslaco desegregation plan Northside residents in i the coieL'io hopes to the superinter.rient. h and 2 conservative on fiscal j mailers. person who does' j an honest day's work deserves ja fair he said. j The commissioner told .newsmen he still hopes to 'some way lo provide wholesome recreational ac-i JivitJes for jxrang of 3he' particularly Jeenagers. lie expressed 'strong appixrval. the activities of varioas jt-slaWishmenU in Jhe Chamber the Hzrtingen i jdoslrial ihc airppri' and Ihe aty's leading I financial JnstiluUons for tbrir I Jiarmoninus work inlh Jhe dtv and be In Central Texas S o a d a y IJttle or ex Ixmrr Vallry SOT day. by no In Five Family Member Sentenced By Court Brownsville Youth Dies In Road Mishap FKK1A A .lorzc of 77 Al Paso trntatively identified as Bwh mm are residents of IS L. Aivjar. was Civen and Monrov. was i mishan i on u'hose only as Madison killed in a here JR forecast calls for skies with warm Icmneratures Sunday. Winds are exptx'lrd tn from wnlhejisl. S In itiph dirnlnlshinc Jn Jt inpli at nlcM. Ternprraiorrs over the area stwiJd range from 7r Jo SI war the. Tfl In VaDej-. and In SI in Ihr vppcr BROW.VSVIU.K J u d 2 sentenc-cd U- S. prison Icrm.s of six. five and four-count indictment e KcjTiaWo five A brother-in-law of jhe Men- and and charring reccivinc ransriorJ- Iny.irr-J in 'he mishap Mrs. Ar.nr Lipsovnh Magi Officers out of Ae truck to Kvjvvcc....... -L-cmer part of a utiich r.vprxscaa.. off was struck by veh.cJe driven tn Mrs. Mrs. Magce was unable to J-TC hr until she reached Alt-man and De said the Wcslaco approach to so to to be officials learned of the .lacinto Trevino np- plicat'..n Thursday afternoon w h c n -he superintendent receucd a questionnaire from the Kduiv.'ion and Agency concerning ii. He comp'eted contacting seven board members Fndr.y. and when they were all airrivmrn'. released his which he Tnnn To Pare 2 Index 103 ng fi.i pounds manjuana. Ruben Keycs and ManueJ Jlcv- Me had iheir 37ld Valley Traffic Death Toll 94 Item 50 .'he longest same severed in f arJxr on a mn- 10 years on cach'fif four lion hy AsslMani U-S. Ationxrx- -N'm'- 37- i ricy were on In lo av sbc was in c-n pickup wtiic-Ji had the nirrclon Amr-'x-id. The Raul A. RoSx-n Reyes Brwnn-ilJe since has been 'They arc largely Tmi Te Ptgt J j Friday ranged x Jew of 7J to a Ugi of 12. judge he stiff Jhc-it's s pnson term in Tin flo-jhi my minrt he vas a federal court at Hficslon on a _ Three AH family members utre indJCtrd bv jn a car is. of All resrxV-rl and Vr Omics IxllioriaK Ts were rdu-e disturb dxt if said. s mutton for tn- Artt-nv' pvea lour craccrrcal j grand jury March 23 under W. Woody of Houston. Safely. 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