The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 18, 1971 · Page 35
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 35

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12C CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Wed, Aug. 1.8, 1971 Eastern Hard Hat A turbaned Sikh is shown marching with parade in Singapore. His traditional Sikh special army model lined with steel. .army recruits during a recent turban has been replaced by a (AP Wirephoto) TENSE SESSION Teachers Defeat By WILLIAM J. WAUGH AP Education Writer SAN FRANCISCO W -- Delegates to the American Federation of Teachers convention have defeated 634 to 208 a proposal to demand immediate release of Angela Davis and instead asked for reasonable bail and a fair trial for the black educator. In a tense session last night that included two minor scuffles at the union's 55th annual convention, . Albert Shanker, leader of New York City teachers, led the fight against the proposed demand and call for a demonstration at the Marin County jail where Miss Davis is held. She is charged with kidnap- ing, murder and conspiracy in the Marin Courthouse shootout last year in which a judge and three others were slain. "It was the Al Shankers of Germany who built the Wehr- macht," Samuel Farber of UCLA's AFT local shouted after an impassioned plea to support slrong action. Miss Davis is a former UCLA philosophy instructor. Shanker told the 1,000 delegates that proponents of the motion were "asking not jus- tice but favoritism." and then said to Farber, "If you justify murder on a political basis that is what will bring Germany here in the United States." Earlier ttie 22-member AFT executive c o u n c i l adopted unanimously a statement critical of P r e s i d e n t Nixon's wage-price freeze. Head of Church Auxiliary Named PHILADELPHIA «P! -- Mrs. Dorothy K. Van Loo, of Menasha, Wis., was elected president yesterday of the Lutheran Church Women, the 260,000-member auxiliary of the Lutheran Church of America. Mrs. Van Loo, 57, is a member of the church's executive council, its chief poli'cy-mak- ing body. She succeeds Mrs. Bernard Spong of New York City. The election took place at the group's triennial convention in Philadelphia. Mrs. Van Loo defeated Mrs. Albert R. Fischer, of Baltimore, Md., for the three-year term as president. The three-page statement described the presidential order as "blatently discriminatory" because it exempted profits, dividends and interest rates. The council also criticized the President because he had "empowered employers" with enforcing the wage freeze but will "rely on totally inadequate machinery for enforcement on the price front." David Selden, AFT president, told a press conference that locals of the 250,000-member union are urged to continue negotiations over wages and working conditions and added that it is 'Inconceivable that we could call a halt to our negotiations in big cities where some negotiations are coming to a climax." Selden indicated that the council would not make any moves on its own until the AFL-CIO leaders decide on a course of action. The council statement urged locals to continue negotiations for improvements in wages and teaching conditions and demand implementation of built in increases for longevity and upgrading of jobs for advanced degrees. THIS WEEK ONLY M O'BRIEN'S 2 LOCATIONS * PORT at MORGAN STAPLES at CARROLL LANE 15 Added to Del Mar Staff Fifteen teachers and staff members will join the full- time faculty and staff of Dei Mar College's Division of Technical, Vocational and Special Education with the beginning of the fall semester. The department of regis- tyered nurse education will gain three teachers, Mrs, Arlene Kostoch, Mrs. Elsa C. Brown and Mrs. Gayle Thorrie- berry. Mrs. Kostoch, a part-time faculty member last spring, is a native of Wisconsin. She received a B.S.N. from St. Olaf College and has worked at hospitals in Minnesota ?.nd Idaho and at Memorial Medical Center here. Mrs. Brown was born in Rpbstown and received a B.S. in nursing from Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, She has worked at Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation, Caruth Rehabilitation Center at Dallas, in Saudi Arabia for the Arabian American Oil Co. and for the city- county health department here since 1967. Mrs. Throneberry, who also has taught part-time at Del Mar, attended public schools in Tulsa and received a B.S. in nursing from Baylor University. She has worked at the Baylor University Medical Center in D?llas and at an Army hospital. David Crockett and Deon Haven will become instructors in restaurant management. Crockett, a native of Idaho, attended schools In 'Kansas and Spain. He received a B.B.A. degree from Texas AI and served five years as a Marine. Corps pilot, leaving the service as a captain. He worked two years.fcr the State Department, as; procurement officer /at the American "embassy in Bangkok. Thailand. He has virtually: ·completed · work on his master's degree at AI, working as an assistant instructor there for the past year. Haven grew .up in Wichita Falls .and received a B.S. degree in industrial education from Texas AM University. He was owner-manager of a McAllen cafeteria for five years and taught for the past .year in McAllen High School. He is an Army veteran. Mrs. Kathleen Lagerman will instruct in dental hygiene. She attended public schools in Milwaukee and has a B.S. in dental h y g i e n e . She has worked since 1964 in private dent al off ices. Tom Gunter, who has retired as training director.for Central Power and Light Co., will be an instructor in engineering technology. He has taught on a part-time basis for the past 20 years. A licensed ''professional engineer, he is an alumnus of Rice University and Texas AI. r Ross Wolcott, who retired "in ,1987 after 25 years as a special agent for the FBI, will be an assistant professor of police science. He has a doctor of jurisprudence degree from Detroit College of Law and was a police instructor for 10 years while in the FBI. He has taught at Del Mar part-time for the past two years. Benson L. Bailess has taken over as supervisor of industrial education. A native of La Porte, he amended Galena Pnrk public schools. He received a B.S. in agriculture from the University of Houston and an M.E. in industrial education from Texas AM. He taught two years in Cleveland, Texas, public schools and since 1966 at King, High School, serving part-time as assistant supervisor of industrial education at Del Mar for the past three years. He is a Navy veteran. Charles D. Ray and Howard B. Brown will be added to the. welding instructional staff to I:sndle additional training requested by the Holland-Le Tourneaii Marine Corp., which will construct a plant near Ingleside to build offshore drilling- rigs. Ray, who attended Del Mar, worked nine years in industry, taught a year in Taft Junior High School, was training director: for the Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Union for a year, and has 'taught welding- part-time at Del Mar for four .years. He, js an.Army veteran. .Brown worked 15- years for "American Smelting and Refining Co. as a welder, teaching part-time at Del Mar for the past four years. · , . .,. . Elton L. Edwards will teach law enforcement under a special appointment, funded partly by a grant from the Coastal Bend Regional Planning Commission. He has a B.S. in law enforcement from Southwest Texas State University arid worked as a patrolman in the 'Austin police department and an investigator in the Travis County sheriff's departihent. Felipe G. Franco Jr, will in- strue f radio and television repair. He attended r Del Mar and has. worked for various radio and TV^epair firms here.., ; Mrs. Ellen Joanna Gentry will be the new director of the dental assisting program. She is a graduate of Ray High School and the dental assisting course at Del Mar. She has worked at the University of Texas Dental Branch in Houston for the past two years. Mrs. Donna Vaughn will be an instructor in vocational nursing She attended Incarnate Word..Ray and Del Mar and received a B.S. from the University of Texas. She has worked at Driscoll, Memorial and Parkview hospitals here and for private physicians. Services Set For Mrs. Baker SAN ANGELO (ff) -- Mrs. Ella Pearl Baker, reputedly the first woman member of the Texas State Bar, died yesterday in a San Angelo nursing home. She was 84. A native of Mississippi, Mrs. Baker had lived in Kerrville since 1957 and was a former resident of Brownwood. Funeral services in a Kerrville funeral home were set for 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial was to follow at Kerrville. Survivors included two sisters, Mrs. H. L. Cravens and Mrs. H. P. Ragland, both of San Angelo; a brother, H. L. 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