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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 28, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin On Monument Square monday hours 9 30 . To 9 p. Price Sale permanent wave regular $20 $ of now Only j. A deluxe Long lasting wave to ready you for Spring including shampoo Creme rinse Cut and set of half the regular Price. 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Continued from Page 1a within the University a but a Wyllie said a oif you tre already Cut you done to move ahead by just getting your fair share of the ?� Wyllie also used the briefing to explain Luceyk to proposed merger Between the University of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin state University system. He said the merger would take place fiscally As Well As administratively and Gove mentally. Luceyk to proposal Calls for a combined Board of regents to govern the two systems and one president to coordinate administrative activities for the systems. Wyllie said the governor to reasons for the merger include a equalization Between the two systems with regard to such things As Cost items faculty compensation and academic programs. One concern that people might have said Wyllie would be a trend toward conformity and identity. He said that experience indicates that while there May be talk of diversity a budget Romance finds peace corps pair in Thailand by Jeanne Chalekian journal times staff a oils a Small Small world a says the song and Lloyd Miller or. And his Fiance will vouch for that. Miller the son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Miller 3322 Erie st., travelled to Bangkok Thailand two years ago As an american peace corps Volunteer. His assignment was to teach advanced English to medical science graduates in a High intensity language training program. This prepared the thai medical graduates to pass Entrance exams for entering universities outside of Thailand and gave them the English necessary to study the latest technical publications from the . Meanwhile in the Rural North of Thailand two years ago Sharon Cook a Small but determined looking Young woman from the Canadian University services overseas Volunteer corps was teaching English to potential thai school teachers. She did this for one year then moved to Bangkok for her second year of teaching. Two weeks ago the two Young people from the Canadian and american peace corps left the 95 degree tropical heat and humidity of Bangkok together to land a season away on the other Side of the Earth a in a blizzard a in Chicago. They Are engaged to be married on april 24 at the Bride to be to Home Antigonish Nova Scotia Canada. Miller was bringing his Fiance to Racine to meet his parents. They said they also brought Home attitudes they Hadnutt had before. One was an acceptance of other people. Sharon Cook said a of hold Back my judgment of others rather than be Quick to react to the Way people talk or ?� the thai she said never disagree with others because it would be considered rude. Instead they just ignore disagreements and turn away. She said this can be a problem however because they done to seem to solve problems. A but they Are amazingly Friendly and very ?� another attitude change that Miller discovered is that the United states is not the Center of the world. A but by losing my identity in a National sense i gained one in a world sense a he stressed. Miller lost something else too a 50 pounds. When he left Racine two years ago he said he weighed 200 pounds plus. He returned Home a lean 155, and said his Mother is trying to fatten him up. A you done to eat Many american meals in Thailand on $80 a month As a Volunteer for the peace corps a he said and described a 15 cent thai meal As consisting of Rice noodles with some meat a vegetable and a beverage. A Oitt to a lot of starch and no ?� in contrast miss Cook gained when she first began eating Oriental fare. A girls done to digest starches As Well As boys a and they usually have a 20 per cent weight gain a she explained. She is Back to her trim size now however. In addition to meeting her Fiance to family and friends she visited one of her former students from Thailand who now is an american Field service High school student in new Holstein wis. After their marriage the couple will return to Bangkok on May 5 for one More year. Miller plans to prepare a closed circuit educational to series for teacher training programs which would stress writing of English. A graduate of William Horlick High school he also was graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in radio to. Last year Miller played the part of an american Lover in a live color to thai soap opera which has an audience of la million people. He played opposite a Beautiful thai superstar added miss Cook. Miller had to memorize phonetically about 30 lines for each of the three programs in which he had a part. In a whirlwind courtship he won wed and was divorced by one of the women featured in the series he said. Miss Cook is a graduate of the Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia with a . In political science. She said she had thoughts about going Back to Law school. Pressures and restraints tend to push in the direction of ?� mrs. Jaeschke said the proposed budget and merger a contains the death Knoll for the University of Wisconsin. A of done to believe the governor is going to save this $4 million by tossing everybody into a pot and trying to get things done a she said. Alfred i Simone former president of the us alumni association in Kenosha asked tors that a owe mean ?� tors that a owe mean business. We know that the move to merger will Hurt our institution he said. He urged the audience to attend a legislative joint finance committee hearing in Madison on april i and a Senate education committee hearing in Milwaukee on april 8. Parkside student Tim Eaker said a Oitt to the students in the Long run who Are going to Bear the Brunt of these ?� subway for Sao Paulo a 13-mile subway line is due to begin partial operation in Sao Paulo Brazil in late 1973, with full operation in 1974. Three other lines totalling 28 Miles Are to be built later. Mcgovern backers organize a a Racine county Mcgovern for president committee has been formed with Charles Fiala serving As chairman Leroy Wooley vice chairman George Goss Secretary and mrs. Margaret Monroe treasurer. Fiala said the Racine group will support senator George Mcgovern in the Wisconsin primary election of 1972. A owe believe senator Mcgovern is speaking to and on behalf of millions of americans who feel alienated from their government. We respect his integrity we respect his courage we respect his commitment to democratic principles a which include election to High office by the people based on a direct exposure of the candidate and his positions to the people a Fiala said. Legislators teachers get together a journal times photos by Arthur p. Hrs the annual legislator educator luncheon sponsored by the Racine education Assn. Rea was held saturday at the spinning wheel 6025 Douglas ave., with Racine area legislators and teachers getting together. Governor Patrick Luceyk to budget the status of teachers to retirement legislation Library and audio visual funds and state Bills dealing with Public employee bargaining were among items of discussion. Above Mitchell Junior High teacher Dean Pettit left and Emil Kuester right of 405 West blvd., a retired teacher talked with rep. R. Michael Ferrall. Below from left rep. 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