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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Brownsville, Texas Federal assistance for first time Texas South most students Texas South most College assistance through the Basic a year to help cover educational director of financial Aid Albert educational Opportunity Oran expenses through the blog Ortiz announced this week that blog program. Program. First time College students with students meeting Federal funds for the blog Pio Gian limited financial resources Are guidelines Ortiz said Are Ortiz said were approved under now eligible for Federal eligible to receive up to a a a a a a new faculty Vanlier for tsp fall term 545 title one of the 1972 educational ammo dment but did not become available until sept. I. 1979. As an example. Ortiz said if a student comes from a family with an income of $5,000 or below and is an Only child that student qualifies for full $452 blog assistance to the of ski site Side of the spectrum or said full blog assistance is Twenty one full and part time Teresita Cadena Arn Ken ass available to students with faculty members have been Hogan English i men t a Brothers and Sisters and added to the staff at Texas and Jim Sullivan history whose family income is up to South most Coho Quot for the fall department 59074 1973-74 school year full time additions to # the there is no limit on the according 10 or Robert vocational technical division Rio it program. Ortiz noted. Phillips Dean at tsp. This include Elias Villarreal. However he said applicants brings the total number of full vocational Counselor Rau Brut a u s. Citizens must and part time teachers at the Champion aircraft and Sheet never before attended Junior College s academic and Metal Jim a when data .0jrt an j hey must also vocational technical divisions to processing Leo m Dona to Enro for Jyz or More hours of just under Khz persons mid management coordinator College it Rcd it. Additions to the full time Here tame Auto Mech Ardc Begg Grants. Ortiz. Said Are Fatu Ity Mclurin Anae Eto enrolment for the 1973 74 i p., Duro Tiv to the student who Cuellar director of the higher torm is expected to reach a Mav use the Money for any education achievement Roximae Ltd a 2 ski student exp uses incurred White going program Heap and malt. A Morf than to school instructor let Rcv Garcia and the Cipriano Cardenas Spanish registered at to Torii 17_- 3 Assembly god new High school Tite hew ald�?1olinda. September j. 1975�?page us Church to establish a for grades nine a secs in a Quot Aal department. Boh to smart fall term deadline for making for assistance is feb. 1971 Fate registration at tsp continues through sept. 18 to i accommodate students unable i to sign up for classes at the i regular registration period fun her inform Ion on Begg i tame and other financial i aids can be had by contacting Fie test office of financial Aid. Id Tui. Or by coming by their i offices n the Gorgas administration building. In m Nib ass \ in of san Clem \ t k Calif Phi a career Diplomat Robert g Neumann will to the new ambassador to Morocco pending ornate confirmation Neumann 57, currently Amba Vidor to Afghanistan. Was named by president Nixon Bedur Day to is kneed Stuart Vair Kewell of the embassy in Ballat Rockwell is returning to he state department for re sign met in is. James r. Somppi a a a belly Somppi if Cene rut die. Head mrs James r Betty Somppi of 7 Ebony drive a been appointed chairperson of the general division of the 1974 brow n s v i 11 e United fund Campaign. Mrs som Piir a appointment to the position was announced by Richard mouser �?T74 drive chairman. A native of Erie ., mrs Somppi arrived in Brownsville seven years ago alter her husband retired from the u s air Force follow ing 25 veal s of service. The 74 chairperson is Well qualified for the Post having served in numerous in the past \ former treasurer of the Brownsville la nit a fund mrs. Som Poi has been Active for the past id years in the girl scout movement one of ten Agene is supported by the local serving As committee vice president of the tip of Texas girl scout Council. She Al of has put in considerable time As a Volunteer at the planned parenthood clinic. The goal of the 1971 i a nit 4 Funa drive has been c at $140.250 00 with the Gene a newly established High school in Brownsville to be known As Valley Christian High school is preparing to open monday september to with classes for grades 9 through 12. Student registration is currently underway according to e j. Grundy pastor of the first Assembly of god Church and a founder of the school. Grundy says that the primary of the new educational facility is to develop Christian i e a d e r s h i capabilities by providing a fully accredited High school education for Christian Young people who desire to study in a Christian oriented atmosphere. A full curriculum meeting Texas academic standards is designed to meet the individual needs and abilities of each Sui Dent. Grundy added. Grundy has been associated in educational training programs Over a period of nearly 14 years in the United states and in Africa while serving on the Mission Field in Sierra i Cone. Classes will tie held initially at the first Assembly of god Church 409 Vav. 2nd, in brow Osville. Individuals desiring additional information Are invited to phone 542-4214 of 542-2450. Divisions quota moving from $5,500 of last year to i �00 it in �?T74 an across the Board increase for the to participating agencies has caused the us Board of dim tors to seek a to percent increase in giving to meet the various Agency needs. The Somppi s have three daughter., the youngest being Stacey who a graduated from Brownsville High school in 1972 and now attends the univ of Texas at Austin. All Short sleeve knit shirts made by Tho nations Best makers a off $6 now $4 $24 now $16 save on menus l Ine Slacks were $11now 11.84 Mere she $15now 12 04 others reduced in proportion Lee Trevino pants shirts combo 16 a a a a a a a a men s shoes a a a a a a a a Helm ubic. I Floc mks a Blum 9% Amra or were $ $22 to $25now pants a knit shirts $5 save on sport shirts were % a. Now 1.85 Mere is and 4.5 1i.fi5 were $7 and others reduced Iii proportion a a a a a a a selected styles r n 190 a it special group ties were $5 $6 and 7 50 now. 3 o Erl Bros. T4 Stori for men a we do love everybody shop in downtown Brownsville 1601 Price Road next to woo co open daily 9 . To 9 30 m. Fri. Sat. 9 . Til to m. Specials Start today sunday sept. 2 open today 9 am till 9 30 of m Kraft Perky i la can. Margarine. Morton to of. Bag potato chips. Kimbell to la bag Cha. Briquet. Holsum hamburger or hot dog buns. Mars Candy bars Milky Way snickers amp three musketeers. Wagner drinks Orange punch 8, grape $1 of. Btl. 4/ Texas can sodas All of Vois 12 of. Can. 7 up 8 of. Jar Picante sauce. F is Kics 16 of. Can dog food. Italian egg amp Rye variety breads fruit filled Doz. Cupcakes. A i i ii Hill w Llu Uii of a White Deer flour 5 >9c inside beef skirts la. I Cabeza de ref la. A a a a beef Heads beef whole or sliced la rib plates. La. Shoulder round Steak. Fresh la. Potato salad. Campfire Franks 12 of. Pkg. High in protein Juicy pro Iii 75 la. Limit rights reserved Thompson cod less la. Grapes. Russet 8 la. Bag potatoes. La. Yellow or White onions plump amp Juicy la. Nectarines. Delta bathroom tissue 4 n. 29cla Rosita Jalapenos 99e bin Wick sardines i /4

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