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Chicago Tribune (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Chicago, Illinois$100 million project for magnificent mile Chicago Tribune t if t a it o v. No a m r w q d a pad the w 0 r l do a. Great St newspaper a mis a it it. It he a Nickiti a saturday november 20, 1971 Story on Page 3 Aid inflation fight Nixon warns labor text of president s speech a Page 1 by James Strong cak4m Tlam Purtil Wool Miami Beach nov. 19�?president Nixon appealed for organized labors cooperation on his economic policies but warned labor chieftains Here today he will continue his program to curb inflation with or without labors support. The president s speech before More than 1,000 Al Cio delegates and guests was Given Token applause. Nixon even provoked laughter when he said the 90-Day Woge Price freeze was a Quot remarkable Success Quot and suggested that delegates Quot ask your wives Quot if his assessment were not Correct. Nixon aides reportedly Wero unhappy with the president s reception. Shortly after leaving the convention Hall the president cancelled his Florida weekend and flew Back to Washington with labor Secretary James Hodgson who had been scheduled to speak later today. A Well proceed icily act f labors disdain for Nixon s policies was voiced by Meany As Nixon walked off into the crowd of delegates to shake hands. The 77-year-old labor chief gave led the convention Back to order and said. A Well now proceed with act 2.�?� Nix amp a shot a glance at Meany turned and immediately left the Hall. Meany a one liner Drew cheers and a standing applause from the delegates who had for the most part remained silent during Nixon a speech which touched on his accomplishments in winding Down the Viet Nam War his efforts to improve International relations in upcoming peking and Moscow trips and economic policies to slow inflation. Nixon scrapped a prepared speech but basically held to most Points in the original text. He admitted that he was aware that he was appearing before an audience which was against him politically and a majority of whom were against his political party. Nixon pleads for support Nixon pleaded for support of All organized labor for the Quot critical second phase of this Effort to restore economic stability to this observers Here expected the president to offer something in the Way of appeasing Meany and the labor Bosses who have vowed not to cooperate with the pay Board unless two demands of labor Are met. These demands Are a guarantee of the Validity of existing contracts and the exemption of wage hikes in excess of 5.5 per cent for persons in families earning less than $6,900. Instead the president referred to Meany s Challenge yesterday suggesting Quot a a the president of cosh Linurd Ltd Page 2v col. I Bakalis tells rules to halt schools Bias by l Eter Neon Ionia proposed rules to Diminutto racial tag Regalio in Illinois Public Neho Lii will affect u school districts Michael j. Bakolia. State of Public instruction sold yesterday. He said the rules will effect school disc diets inc luding Chica go which have segregated Black and while pupils. The remaining 1,100 disc Rocta a those with Pulu of Only Ono Rancu and Ihoko which have of Rendy integrated their schools a will not be affected How Aid. Co Midera Spee lol problems members of Bakoles stuff sold that the new rules would to applied a flexibly and pragmatically Quot with due regard for the fact that each District has unique problems. The staff members admitted that there would be no feasible Way to bring about Complete desegregation o i Chicago s schools in Trio foreseeable future tho me Tun Rami Michael Bakalis discussing his school integration plan. A ounce his new rules tomorrow in in address to the Illinois association of school administrators Here bul to called a press conference yesterday after an erroneous newspaper report was printed based on a i Coal pay boost Ivr i president Nixon addresses labor convention in Miami Beach As George Meany a left listens. President Nixon shakes hands with convention delegates while leaving the Miami Beach conference. At the same time Meany was show ing his disdain for Nix on a policies by gave Ling the convention Back to order and saying Quot Well now proceed with act 2.&Quot judge reinstate 5 physicians by Michael Sneed and Marcia Opp circuit court judge Donald j. Of Brien yesterday ordered that the fire physicians Llred from Cook county Hospital be reinstated immediately and that the Hospital s governing commission set up proceedings for a hearing. He ordered that he Cummis Sjoo must prepare and serve the charges against the five Doctora. He Nold a committee of five which will be wholly Independent of the commission and the Hospital a medical staff will conduct the hearing on the charges. Tic committee will be composed of Twu members selected by the commission two member by Iho medical Atoff Ond one member by the first four. If these four members cannot reach o decision on the fifth member judge o Brien will Moke it. Decision a setback thu do Caslon is considered a setback for or. James g. I Laughton executive director of the governing comm Hubo who contended that to bad the right to fire the Flo physicians for allegedly threatening to Coso and destroy the Hospital. Or. Houghton who maintains Iho commission should to firmly in control of Hospital matters said it could not Back Down on to question of tho firings. N a a a a judge Donald o Brien who ordered new hearing. Assn., which Baa supported the five physicians Quot will Toko o deep breath and try to set up meaningful discussion with the administration Quot said or. Ernestine Hun Brick. For tho critical situation other than tho reinstatement is the Samo or. David or cloy leaving courtroom. Of it was before nov. A Sho said. Quot to still Bave Iho Basic conflict of How to deliver the Best health care Quot she said. Or. Vincent Collins executive medical staff president said Quot the Only Victor in this court Ducci features Bob arc tale Pago 12 by logo by Coren Sec. In. P. I classified Adi Sec. 1a crossword Putilo see. I. P. 18 drama music movies see. In editorials Page 10 Willard Edwards Page 10 Llor Scops Sec. In. P. In How to keep Well. Page 10 perspective Pago it looking at incl Igloo Pago 10 George Togge Page 12 to radio a Sec. In p. 10 unit Molly poll Peg 2 word Genae see. In. P. 24 can i Toons comic Pope see. Id. P. 18 to we Imp i 4 do Matwy 10 u it lev f Rufif in Oil Nir i i i o. Metui it in j 1 1 i int jul a in n wfrtr1� swim 1 4 v Pat a a Sion is the he added that Iho administration must become More responsive to the doctors who actually deliver the care and Start talking out their differences. The order will stave off the threatened resignation of 292 of the association s members who planned to resign if the Ivo were not reinstated or tho judge ruled Ogal rat them. Judge o Brien Mode his ruling after four Days of testimony in a suit filed by the five doctors hat charged they Wero denied their rights of free speech and due process because no hearing was held prior to their dismissal. The five Sherwood Gorzoch Harold Lovino Chris Custen William town and Nicholas Rungo were fired nov. 1 on a recommendation by or. David or cloy. Acting Lios Pullol director. Orders fall pay the question in tho cose has been whether the medical staff by Laws Ond the memorandum of understanding Between the Hospital com Mission and Iho medical staff guaranteed a bearing prior to dismissal. Judge o Brien ordered tho in Pual to pay Liliu doctors full pay from Iho time Tison were fired until tho bearing is concluded. To said the hearing should to completed within 30 Days Board rules years terms reasonable i Ciuch to let a nil or vhf Washington. Nov. 19�?the pay Board voted 10 to 3, today to permit the first year provisions of the National soft Coal agreement to go into effect. The first year increase was variously estimated at 15.8 per cent and 10.8 per cent. The Board issued a statement that it found the first year provisions Quot not unreasonably inconsistent with the criteria adopted by tho altho two Public members of the Board abstained from the vote ail five joined in a statement opposing the increase because the contract runs afoul of the Board s phase 2 guideline of 5w per cent for annual pay increases. Quot it is highly improbable that the rate of inflation will be reduced sufficiently to meet the goal of the stabilization Effort if increases of this magnitude Are permitted Quot the Public members said. Part goes to welfare fund business members of the Board however gave these reasons for allowing the increases a Quot Over 4 per cent of the increase in labor costs in the agreement Are to make tho welfare fund solvent and relate to increases in costs and benefits which occurred prior to the freeze and could have been implemented at any time without conflicting with the More stringent rules in effect during the freeze period. A Quot the balance of the increase approximately 11 per cent is permissible for the Coal Industry in 1971 in the Light of the equitable position of the employees involved the complexities of their work the imperative need of the Industry to expand and attract new employees into its work Force the business members insisted hint the decision Quot does not constitute a modification of the general pay Standard previously silent on other 2 years the pay Board did not Rule on the other two years of the labor contract which was signed and ratified last saturday just 15 minutes before the 90-Day freeze ended and phase 2 began. A Board spokesman explained that the Board would not consider the final two years of the contract until after the first year ends. Both sides in the 48-Day soft Coal strike had been optimistic that their new contract would meet with pay Board approval. The dissenters on the Board noted that the contract had been negotiated during the freeze and was concluded after nov. 8 when the general policies governing pay adjustments were announced by the Board. Quot we. Therefore believe that the 1971 Batum f continued on Page 2, Qai. 11 . Prices up .1% City rate unchanged a drop in food prices was primarily responsible for holding Iho october consumer Price Index in Chicago at tho september level Wyllo the National Cost of living increase fell to us alow St Pace in four years tho labor department reported yesterday. Eira Solomon a member of president Nixon a Council of economic adv mra said skyrocketing inflation wan Quot we thing of the Posl i think the freeze has gone n Long Way toward Brooking inflationary increase if Small based on a 1957 Figuro of 100, tho latest Palco Index in Chicago remains of 121.8. However prices wore up 2.0 per Over n year ago which Means Consumers paid 210.29 Jaii month for tho Samo goods Ond services that Cost $10 in october joto., on a National level Iho october Index stood at 122.6. Nationally the Cost of living Rose .1 per cent inst month the Nail Quot i re it in it Arll Job layoffs loom at Gary works Page 3 1067. The figures adjusted for seasonal variation compared with a .2 por cent Rise in september. All of the Figurea aro within tho president s goal of cutting to annual inflation Rato to 2 to 3 per cent by tho end of next year. Locally Only Ibe housing cafe continued on Page col 0 weather so Tubay november a to Chicago and Vicinity partly Cloudy Windy a u in warmer today High near so partly Cloudy and colder tonight. Chanco of Snow Flar rec Low la mid to upper 20�. Tomorrow portly satay Windy and colder High to upper 30s. Map and Othef reports of Page h. I

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