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Bryan Eagle (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Bryan, Texas Sears published Dally by the Eagle printing co inc. P o. Box 1073, 124 e. Loth st., Bryan Texas 7701 second class postage paid at Bryan Texas 77801 Send no 3579 to to Box 1073, Bryan Texas 77801. Member of associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to use for reproduction All dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to the paper and also All local news published herein. All rights of reproduction of special dispatches herein Are reserved subscription rates by Carrier or mail Brazos and surrounding counties with 778 zip Dally a sunday. I month $3 of 3 months $9.00, 6 months Sii of i year $34.00. Sunday Only. I month $1 25, 3 months $3.75, 6 months $7.50, year $15.00. Dally Only. I month $2 45, 3 months $7.35, 6 months $7.35, 6 months $14.50, i year $29.40 mail prices state of Texas outside surrounding counties. Daily a sunday. I month $3 50. 3 months $10.50, 6 months $21 of i year $42.00 sunday Only. I month $1.35, 3 months $4.05, 6 months $8.10, i year $16 20 Dally Only i month $2.65, 3 months $7 95, 6 months $15.90,1 year.$3180. Daily a sunday. I month $4.00, 3 months $4.95, 6 months $24.00, i year $48 of. Daily Only i month $3.25, 3 months $9.75,6 months $19 50,1 year $39.00. Mail subscription payable in Advance Only single copy 15 cents Dally 25 cents sunday. The Eagle is not responsible for Advance payments made to carriers or dealers unless received in this office. The Baste Bryan College station Texas sunday november 9,1975 courts hold Only school outlet Board warns against fee Challenge Austin Tex. A the state Board of education warned Texas schools saturday not to collect special school fees in Defiance of an attorney general a opinion. A the state Board of education a position. Is that it the attorney general a opinion is the Law of the state of Texas and unless successfully challenged in the courts will remain the Law a said an emergency Resolution passed by the Board at its regular meeting. A the state Board of education will enforce this Law through the school acc edition state school Board chairman Joe k. Butler said the Resolution was presented because the Board heard some school planned to collect the fees particularly for Driver training. In other action saturday the Board unanimously elected William l. Bagby Arlington attorney to take the place on the Board of the late Carlisle Cravens Arlington. Adopted without comment a Long list of recommended textbooks for the 1976-77 school year including some that were opposed at hearings earlier in the week. The Resolution on school fees said that gov. Dolph Briscoe is now studying the traffic safety act to determine if he has authority a to provide possible financial Relief in the area of Driver education. We Are hopeful that it will result in financial Relief in this education Al service which bears the largest financial Burden occasioned by the attorney general a if the Board should remove a schools accreditation the school could lose some state education funds and its graduates might be required to take Entrance examinations to enter state colleges. The Resolution further called on Briscoe to use the authority of his office a to relieve the More than 1,100 school districts in our state of the arduous financial Burden imposed by the opinion. Briscoe said Friday in response to a request from the Texas association of schools boards that a was of today i have no intention of calling a special a i done to like special sessions a Briscoe told reporters. In his opinion of. 2 atty. Gen. John Hill said the provision in the Texas Constitution setting up a Public free schools Means that Only fees authorized by the legislature May be charged. He said none of the common fees from workbooks to band uniforms and including Driver training were authorized and therefore were being collided illegally. State education commissioner . Brockette has said he will not recommend that such fees be authorized by the legislature. Hill noted in his opinion that former state education commissioner . Edgar in 1966 ruled that school distr ids could not withhold report cards be cause a Pupil did not pay his fees. The Long list of textbooks adopted now goes to local boards that will pick from five books or series for each course. At a Public Heaning on textbooks thursday mrs. Norma Gabler Longview opposed adoption of a first Grade Reader a word Book a that instructed children to Trace the words. She said another first Grade Book a Basic goals in spelling a told pupils to think of the word elephants when they saw the letter a be a. She also opposed a third Grade Book a a Harrace spelling program a because it told third Grade teachers to have pupils Circle words they think they can spell and give final examinations Only on those words. Max is la weeks old and in need of a Home. If anyone wishes to adopt Max he can Call the humane society a animal adoption line at 822-7243. This is a private residence so please limit Calls to 1-4 . Sundays. Photo by Peter Leabo Page 3a age prepare for annual blood drive College station an Endeavor at which Texas aggie have time and again proven themselves statewide champions occurs again this week. Texas a amp a students will Roll up their sleeves tuesday through thursday in the aggie blood drive. Faculty staff and others have pitched in on previous drives but the student government sponsored drive is largely the work of students. Since 1959, they have donated 12,987 pints of blood through the Wadley Institute of molecular Medicine in Dallas. Drives went on a Semi annual basis in 1969. The october and april drives of the 1974-75 school year brought in 2,272 donors. Elgin 8 diamonds 17 jewels. $175.00 layaway now for Christmas Zales the Diamond store illustration enlarged Ems provides emergency Aid the emergency medical workers Mast he services systems act of 1973 established a Federal program to assist communities in planning and developing comprehensive emergency medical services. The act was creates systems of emergency medical care that would significantly decrease current death and disability rates. Accidental death is the leading killer of people under the age of 37. Thousands of americans die each year prematurely before they reach the Hospital. Many of these lives could be saved with proper emergency care in the first critical minutes. This is Why an emergency medical services system Ems is being established in the Brazos Valley Region. Once established Mes will be a system of cooperation throughout the seven county Brazos Valley development Council Region planned to provide better Quality emergency care. Ems Means vehicles with lifesaving equipment and trained personnel. It also Means a network of communication and cooperation with hospitals and physicians dispatchers and Volunteer ambulances police and firefighters. This emergency lifesaving system is being developed through the cooperation of local governments Community leaders and medical professionals throughout the seven county area including Brazos Burleson Grimes Leon Madison Robertson and Washington counties working together with state and Federal agencies. Saving a life could begin with you. Jeam to recognize an emergency medical situation a heavy loss of blood severe pain loss of consciousness breathing difficulties a heart attack or Accident victim. Call the ambulance number in your Community immediately. State the victims condition briefly and give the address or directions clearly. If possible station someone outside to direct the ambulance to the proper address. Also turn on an outside Light to indicate the location. Do not Call an ambulance for minor medical problems. The emergency medical service system is an emergency service Only. Calvert Cap members take skill courses Calvert eighteen members of the Calvert High school civil air patrol recently completed special training programs in Conroe. Senior members Catherine Armstrong Cecelia Heinrich James Rigby Leslie Warren Douglas Wright and Martha Wright completed the level i clinic for senior members. Also held in Conroe was the Ranger training program. This course for seniors and cadets was conducted by . Captain George Smith. Ground Rescue skills such As emergency first Aid radio communications hiking camping Compass training and repelling were taught. 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