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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio Weather Mostly sunny and warm this 78. Yesterday's 79. 63. Partly cloudy and mild tonight with possible 63. sunny and 85. THE WEST LAKE OHIO MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 69fh Year No. 135 Saturday June 8, 1963 SEVEN CENTS KIDS GET AWAY WITH MURDER School reforms a teachers Hie Willoaghby Eastlake teachers ai South High was to bnt teachers and school board A reporter got by signing in as a By BOB WYRICK Discipline is bad and di- are worthless in Eastlake worried teachers That's what more than 250 teachers told the School Board in a closed meeting at South High School There are 524 teachers in the Here are some of the things students go practically unpunished they kid called me a nsme in from of the class 1 can't get him kid elbowed me and punched me in the have io teach a class where boys 0ass obscene photographs around to kids know f can't protect them it. so they pay off 25 a day to a of hoods an teacher into tears because of cracks from a bunch of Other dishonorable tions included dent and defiant About the principals and teachers Principals chanse ing grades to passing ones without or Students can graduate after failing four years of or any required from North and South high deserve recognition by col- Principals refuse to back teachers on discipline Almost every charge drew a iong burst of applause and shouts happens in ray Supt. Guy F. school principals and other administrators were not in- and would have been shut cut if they'd tried to get into the Teachers asked the board to halt grade They asked that principals be forced to uphold the rules of the school They asked that required subjects actually be a Student fails he still gets one credit He needs 17 points to a teacher he doesn't like he just cuts class and He makes the other points up in shop or gym or don't mean a but a lot of kids leave our hish schools without knowing how read or a teacher the Give us these things and we'll give you a good school the teachers Whites ure Don't buy stores integrate Bright yellow isolated the University of Alabama campus i day as segregationist leaders urged their followers to combat integration with dollars instead of Eugene the ant former Birmingham the color line In their called for a r j ive boycott of white merchants j Hundreds of 1 a advocate racial equality under orders to when two Negroes enroll at the university put the campus off faculty and authorized CHANGE-OVER eluding scores of WHY DIDNT THEY TELL US SOONER Mrs. Clara Eastlake's new council gets a few pointers Teachers tell all emotions spill through room More than 250 teachers came i to South High School for a secret i meeting with the School Board in the hot afternoon say what they honestly feel jSs wrong with the is the first rnv 30-vear- t At the State Capitol in Gov. George C. froin 3Irs- who leases to take a job with an s to ries JDl Pregnant Mom OK who sworn to bar the from the but oy buzy another in a se ident Donald Campbell lost a He game and a windshield the a er i broadcast Sunday j T T Wallace has Demised to The Little League coaches up at UDf Coach Campbell J coached Ms first baseman afd to at me university extension center The youngster swung and iat two days later when ed a high foul that crashed ja third Negro is scheduled to en- through the windshield of A federal court has ordered bell's i Page 14. Column 3) Make j j THE TEACHERS were it. The Board j The Board and had strained W-E official pledges action By JEANNE WEITMAN Schools Writer lot of these things could have been ironed out sooner it we'd only known about William Laughlin That's his reaction to an explosive meeting at South High yesterday where more than 250 teachers their is as much the fault as I J TT1 O I C MCLAUGHLIN have hoods who arc status have come to the 7-year Board 2 Southern in Rome Eastlake's new council clerk make her official debut at Tuesday's j when Mrs. Dennis 25, oi 1006 be appointed by j She's been workins the sail THE TEACHERS a North a with AP A i and the o crash kills child A r mother lost her daughter in a head-on auto crash last but her unborn expected next Is going to be all for three Laura E- 2543 Hais were uic vrsv from the cams s is setback McLaughlin and the four members wore by many of the heard for the first He agrees m problems within our And discipline is a very I s- I STUDENTS WALK all o v f r rules and m VATICAN CITY Ls due to large at Vatican City grappled the family major housing u accommodations for the largest conclave of cardinals no More half of ibe 82 of Sacred in and most of ths expected hy electing a Pope Jolin XXIII June snrl a MAV e in 10 HER MOTHER ihe car are both Laura te CAME STALEY and Mrs. 23. of 257 I 5i she'll lose her Laura cc ins seat e pre- from the were Jarnas Francis of Cardinal of and Albert Gregory Meyer of due Francis Cardinal York ard of of Roman prepared to the world's jor the departed J. 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