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Racine Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 24, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times bulletin Racine wie., oct. 24, 1971 is pages�?6 sections�?30 cents unified Rea reach tentative Accord tentative agreement Between negotiators for Racine teachers and the unified school Board was readied during a 10-hour bargaining session saturday. The proposal will be presented to members of the teachers organization the Racine education association at 7 . Today in memorial Hall. Details of the agreement will not be announced until tonight a meeting said James Clay executive Secretary of the Rea. Several contract issues been unresolved including a salary and retirement benefits package and a contract clause on removal of teachers from extra duty positions. Tonight a meeting of the Rea membership been scheduled earlier to review status of the negotiations. Procedures under which teachers May vote to authorize the Rea bargaining committee to Call a strike were written into Rea by Laws to Days ago but no vote been taken. Negotiations on a contract Between Rea bargaining agent for the districts teachers and the school Board on a contract for 1971-72 Date Back to Early March. The two sides have another negotiating session set for oct. 28. Saturdays session developed in the meantime As the result of a letter hem Arden Borgen chairman of the boards negotiating committee to Joseph Kieman Rea negotiating committee chairman. Borgen said in die letter that a review of Rea latest proposal indicates a we Are actually very close to the tentative agreement was announced shortly after 8 . Saturday to hours after negotiators convened their bargaining session. Among the other contract items which remained unresolved until saturdays session were lunch room supervision for elementary teachers the school year Calendar substitute teaching during preparation period and planning time for elementary teachers. Teacher representatives sought acceptance of a state fact finders report but at an oct. 14 negotiating session offered another package. Unified Board members said then they found portions of the fact finder report unacceptable. Recommendations of the Rea offer included a base salary of $7,525 and payment of full retirement Benefit costs equal to 44 per cent of Gross salary. The Board offered a $7,900 base salary with a 2% per cent retirement payment. Negotiators for the school Board in addition to Borgen included Board members mrs. J a aniline Jenkins and Rev. Lawrence Hunt and w. Thatcher Peterson coordinator of employee services. The teachers negotiating team included besides Clay and Kieman Rea pres. George Hahner Robert Ables and Ronald Guthery. Graham plans Rome crusade map wire photo american evangelist Billy Graham visiting Rome for the first time announced saturday a a a crusade to bring tens of thousands of protestants Here from around the world next year. Graham said there would be a an invasion of christians from Africa Asia Europe and America at the time of the crusade. He said a million persons would Pray and work in preparation for the meeting. Graham spoke to 2,000 italian evangelical followers at the Headquarters of the International evangelical Church in Rome. Top court nominee denies new us head sought Law firm is discriminatory Viet typhoon kills 2 Gas Madison wis. A chances Are a pretty Good a president for the new University of Wisconsin will be chosen oct. 29, a member of the Board of regents said saturday. Regent Robert Dahlstrom of Nixon vets Day talk broadcast tonight Washington apr president Nixon is scheduled to address the nation Over radio at 6 30 . Racine time tonight in commemoration of veterans Day. The White House says the address will be broadcast live from Camp David the presidential Retreat in Maryland where Nixon plans to spend the weekend. Manitowoc said the the boards organization committee of which he is a member Hopes to make a recommendation on a president at its first meeting Friday. Any recommendation would be submitted to the full Board at its nov. 5 meeting. Dahlstrom said the recommendation would remain secret until after action by the full and hoc organization committee composed of executive committee members from the two old Regent boards was formed during the regents first meeting oct. 19. It was commissioned to a formulate a proposed organizational and functional Structure of the Central administration a and to a propose Central administration officers and staff at the earliest possible that Mission statement already drawn the criticism of at least one legislator rep. Manny Brownd Racine who said thursday the committee is duplicating the function of the statutory implementation study committee. Brown accused the regents of an a Send run and trying to a circumvent the Law we Bernard Ziegler acting Regent president in the absence of j. Roy Knopp until dec. 9, said this week however that the committee formed by the merger Law is meant to study the details of How the system will operate after it is fully a no later than july 1, 1973.�?� the and hoc committee Ziegler said was formed under a portion of the Law which empowers the Board of regents to a direct and approved the consolidation of the Central administrations of the systems a no later than july 1, 1973. Dahlstrom declined to mention any possibilities for die presidency. But generally considered at the head of the list is us president John Weaver. Both gov. Patrick j. Lucey and Ziegler have said they would Back the selection of Weaver. Weaver however been guarded in his comments about whether he would accept the Post if it was offered. At the last meeting of the former us Board Weaver told reporters he would withhold his decision until the merged Board outlines the duties of the president. Saigon a two american servicemen were killed and at least 20 were injured during typhoon Hester a destructive sweep across South Vietnam a Northern and Central provinces the . Command reported today. The typhoon which also killed a South vietnamese child and flooded towns along the Eastern coast smashed Homes and military facilities and destroyed or damaged Many along the coast. By this morning the typhoon was reported 150 Miles West of Danang Over the Southern Panhandle of Laos and dissipating rapidly. It left behind a wide path of destruction and damage to military installations and towns and put thousands of vietnamese out of their Homes. Richmond a. A Lewis f. Powell jr., nominated by president Nixon for one of the two vacancies on the . Supreme court denied saturday a Black lawyers assertion that Powell a Law firm discriminated against negroes in its hiring policies. The charge was made by Jeroyd w. Greene of Richmond in an interview with the Rocky Mountain news in Colorado. Powell said his Law firm never actively discriminated against minorities in its hiring practices and currently a woman lawyer As an associate partner. Powell also discussed reports that he belonged to two segregated dubs in Richmond. He admitted belonging to the country club of Virginia and the Commonwealth club both <4 which Are segregated. A but i also belong to the registrations Low in College towns Many students turned off by voting right by Tom Tiede Mansfield a the controversy began last summer. The Issue was whether newly franchised College students should stick to their Home towns or be allowed to Register and vote in the communities where they attend school. Angry debate howled across the nation. The question was of particular concern in College towns. Especially College towns where the students outnumber the residents. Here in Mansfield for example Home of the University of Connecticut there Are fewer than 5,000 regularly eligible voting citizens but As Many As 11,500 potential voters on Campus. The school population is 15,-000 but at least 3,500 students live outside Mansfield when Mansfield officials were advised they would have to permit All or any of the students to Register there was at least a Little pain and wonderment. As it turned out however the fears As Well As the controversy seem to have been greatly exaggerated. And the t s / Muumuu / w what so it a where business news a classified ads i editorial i local news obituaries sports a women a news Page 2c Page 9c Page 10a Page 4a Page in Page id Page in features a i Landers Page 2b crossword Page 2a entertainment Page 7d Horoscope Page 7b television radio Page of i or it a hippie and coloured kids comment seems All the More asinine. According to the Mansfield voting registrar College registration Here this autumn was a very Light a almost insignificant. A we done to classify people by occupations a a says the voting official a so i can to Tell How Many students have registered. But certainly not More than a couple a couple Hundred. Out of 11,500 potentially eligible. It works out to less than two per cent. Thus the regulars of this particular College town will go into november elections still firmly in control of their own balloted destinies. And so it appears will most and probably All residents of the other College communities in the nation. No firm polling of registration yet been made on any National scale but a Quick Check of some smallish University towns indicates students Are nowhere flocking to take Over the established vote Power. For example. Last summer a group of Young lawyers from the american bar association studied voter student populations in College Tov is across the country. They determined in a report never made Public that there were Many College communities which were vulnerable to a student voter takeover. Among them Mansfield Clemson . Clemson University Blacksburg a. Vii Grambling la. Grambling College and Alfred . Alfred University. At recent look none of these towns registered students in significant numbers. The Mansfield figures Are above two of the other towns refuse student registration by Law and officials in University club and the Century club both in new York and they Are integrated a Powell said. A would employ anybody As for racial discrimination Powell said a your policy distinctly been that we would employ anybody we feel qualified regardless of Greene a 1969 Yale Law school graduate said the Law firm told him in december 1969, a it will be a very Long time before this firm considers hiring a Black associate because the older partners would Greene did not name the partner who made the statement. H. Merrill Pasco managing partner of the firm of Hunton Williams Gay Powell amp Gibson said the statement was a completely Powell displayed on saturday a letter from Pasco dated sept. 25, 1969, addressed to William h. Jeffress jr., then chairman of the Black Law students Union committee at Yale. The committee was investigating hiring practices of Large Law firms. Pasco wrote a while we do not actively recruit members of minority groups As such our firms employment policy is nondiscriminatory. We currently employ several negroes on our nonlegal staff. To Date no member of the minority groups which you mention sought employment As an associate and none is a member of our a More responsibility Greene said saturday a i believe a firm such As Hunton Williams Gay Powell amp Gibson which a Large number of lawyers a moral responsibility to actively affirmatively seek Blacks. That is not to say they just have to indicate they have an equal Opportunity employment policy. But they should go out and seek Black the firm lists about 50 lawyers on its Letterhead. Powell 64, been mentioned once before As a potential nominee for the High court. But at that time he said he asked Nixon not to nominate him. Blacksburg and Alfred report student registration been this Isnit to say student registration on All campuses been anaemic these weeks before the off year election. The voting registrar in Gainesville ha., says that As Many As 5,000 of the University of Florida a 20,000 have signed up. But in the smaller towns such As state College pa., the dreaded a student takeovers have simply not materialized. State College 5,000 residents. The school there Penn state 27,000 students a less than 700 of whom have registered. And so the new question new controversy is Why Why after All the debate demand have so Many students ignored a their new privilege the answer in Mansfield anyway seems to be rooted in the ancient curse of democracy apathy. Not Long ago resident of Mansfield turned out in thin numbers to a town meeting to vote on the 1971-72 Community budget. Only 119 regular citizens showed and according to the towns first selectman mayor a i Only saw one student among them. The kids just Arentt interested in local in november Mansfield will elect nine City councilmen some Board of education members a few zoning and planning officials. But to hum says a Conn student editor Steve Morin a a it a not like trying to get rid of Nixon or Point to Bat Tor Ralph Nader. The local elections just done to hold any drama for next year says Morin and other students the vote registration Story could be different. The hint is that a the real Argentine quake Mendoza Argentina apr an Earth tremor jolted this Northwestern Argentine City saturday. It Shook buildings and some people fled into the streets but no casualties or damage were reported. Committee criticizes excessive Fra recalls Washington a the food and drug administration was recalling bad tasting sweets when it should have been policing removal of a miss Abele Poison which later claimed a Many a life a congressional oversight panel said saturday. The House government operations subcommittee said that the Fra was negligent in the death of a Man and serious illness of a woman who ate the Poison accidentally in a Washington d.c., area restaurant Early this year. The panel headed by rep. . Fountain d-., recommends that the Agency put More workers in the Field limit recalls primarily to hazardous and fraudulent products and make More use of statutory seizures. A the excessive use of recalls which have increased tenfold in the past five years contributed to inadequate monitoring by Foa ineffective and incomplete removal of defective products from the Market and reduced Public Protection a the report says. It ates the March 14, 1971, death of a Man who ate poisonous sodium nitrite miss Abele As a meat Tenderizer. The death occurred four months after the Fra asked the manufacturer Mutual spice company of North Bergen . To recall the product and almost one month after the Fra termed the recall a Success. During the period when the Misla Beling was first confirmed the committee says the Fra was recalling confectionery a after a consumer complained. That it an a off Muff of emf off Fri election a As students Call it will bring students flocking to the Mansfield registration books. But will they take Over the town vote Power then will they put the a hippies and coloured kids in control its unlikely. A a in be observed students on this Campus for years a says one staff Mem Ber. A and in be concluded that Given the Opportunity they will put at least As Many Dull do nothings in office As their parents or / in weather our area . Staph Tours prisons. Alice Ann Conner s Story on Page 3b Cloudy with Light rain or drizzle today High near 60. Becoming mostly Cloudy this afternoon and partly Cloudy and cooler tonight. Low in die mid-40�?Ts. Monday partly Sonny and warmer. High in the Low 70s. Winds from the East today at 8 to is . Precipitation probabilities 20 per cwt today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly sunny and warmer Northwest mostly Cloudy Southeast with a Chance of drizzle extreme Southeast highs today 58 to 68. Partly Cloudy and cooler Southeast tonight. Lows mostly in the 40s. Partly sunny and warmer monday. Highs 68 to 77. Ill ill Lull Llull ill Lull ill Lilloll Lull Llly ill Llila if Iii i mint the Sun Rose at 7 15 . And will set at 5 55

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