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Boston Evening Globe Monday, May 18, 1970 Boston teachers offer arbitration On Safe AN King's Stores in Hew England iBJYaaaJe. SH-SIRVICt DIPT STOKIS McCORMACK Will he retire? SALTONSTALL Will he run? Our Greatest Savings Event of the Season! Will Saltonstall bid for McCormack seat? The union has demanded a $7800 to $12,900 salary range in a one-year contract. The committee has offered a $7600 to $12,600 range in the first of a two-year contract. Robbins said this morning that the negotiating committee would now consider a two-year contract "if it's a good one." He said the expiration date of a contract is no longe'r a strike issue. He listed some of he union's priority demands as: More remedial reading, more special subject teachers, more nurses, and a reduction in class size.

The members present at today's rally overwhelmingly approved the binding arbitration proposal. The vote does not represent an official action of the union, however. The School Dept. said today that only English High remains officially closed, but released no figures on teachers and pupils absent. The union said 2506 teachers were absent, 1990 present and 100 schools "inoperative." WOMENS Sneakers Sizes a '2 to 3 Sizes 5 to 10 U.S.

made tennis oxfords with fine weave canvas uppers, non-skid PVC soles. Imported from Italy! TEENS AND WOMENS ILeatlheF amdlall By Jay Davis Globe Correspondent The Boston Teachers Union today presented a written proposal to the School Committee asking that all unresolved issues in the 12-day-old strike be submitted to binding arbitration. Acceptance of the offer by the School Committee would require a change in a previous 3-2 vote against binding arbitration. Committeeman Paul Tierney, who with chairman Joseph Lee and John Kerrigan, has voted against arbitration, has indicated that he would agree to a qualified arbitration policy. The major obstacles to both a settlement and the move to arbitration include union demands that school days lost in the strike be made up and an agency fee be paid to the union by all teachers.

The union negotiating committee considers both the agency fee and the makeup days "top priority demands." Henry Robinson, chairman of the negotiating committee, said today that he would accept a written memorandum from the School Committee stating an intent to comply with binding arbitration. The committee has a regularly scheduled meeting tomorrow, but an informal agreement by the committee could lead to a BTU membership vote on continuance of the strike before tomorrow afternoon. BTU acting-president Thomas Cavanaugh told a rally attended by about 1000 teachers today that jailed president John P. Reilly would announce the call for a membership meeting if the committee accepts the offer. Union leaders told the rally that Judge Harry Kalus of the Suffolk County Superior Court, who jailed Reilly two weeks ago, would reconsider his 30-day sentence if a membership meeting called to end the strike were held.

The negotiating committee declined to discuss the specifics of any resolution to the strike issues. It is understood, however, that agreement on some issues was reached during informal sessions with state Education Comr. Neil V. Sullivan during the past week. Sullivan yesterday withdrew as mediator saying "the avenue for settlement is now clearly open." The commissioner said he had no recommendation for settlement of the impasse over salary in the dispute.

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Saltonstall, 54, is a cousin of former Republican Sen. Leverett Saltonstall. Brockton man jailed in stepson's death PLYMOUTH A 21-year old Brockton man was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in Walpole State Prison today after his manslaughter conviction in the beating death of his 18-month-old stepson last June. Thomas H. Harris of Pleasant si.

had pleaded innocent to the charge. Evidence was presented at a Plymouth Superior Court jury-waived session last week and Harris was found guilty by Judge Reuben L. Lurie. in garage, witness says Angiulo of the North End, Charles Dominico of Brain-tree, and Benjamin F. Til-ley of West Roxbury.

Angiulo is charged with being an accessory after the fact to the robbery. The other two are charged with armed robbery. Agent John F. Sweeney of the FBI testified, under questioning by Atty. Edward F.

Harrington for the government that he went to the Cadillac-Olds office on Aug. 2, 1966 and learned that Kelley's car had been in for repairs between 10:42 and 2:53 on July 26, 1966. The robbery was staged shortly after noon, according to the testimony. drivers out of the Hudson Bus Lines Co. suddenly walked off their jobs.

The 35 drivers had delivered the children to the 11 public and four parochial schools serviced by the company, and two hours later began a wildcat strike. One driver did arrive at a school and brought the youngsters' from that building to their homes. Teachers ferried youngsters in their own cars, and called parents to pick up the children at the schools. For others, no arrangements could be made and sandwiches were brought in for the youngsters. Persons traveling to the Lawrence Memorial Hospital and New England Memorial Hospital were also affected by the strike.

Shooting suspect hunted in Holyoke HOLYOKE Police are seeking an unidentified 19-year-old youth for the shooting of a police officer and another man during a scuffle Saturday night. DENTURITE MIRACLE PLASTIC REFITS DENTURES End denture misery tasteless odorless Money-back guarantee wanner, mi By FRED PILLSBURY Globe Staff City Councilor John L. Saltonstall Jr. is considering running for the seat of House Speaker John W. McCormack in the Congressional District.

Today Saltonstall would offer no comment on the possibility, but sources close to his office said that he would probably announce his candidacy next month, if he decided to go through with it. 'There were reports that Saltonstall thought it was possible that the Speaker might retire this' Summer. However, it was said, Saltonstall might run against the veteran McCormack in any case. Saltonstall is reported to be having a survey conducted on his chances. Saltonstall ran for.

Congress once before against Laurence Curtis in 1958. Saltonstall, a liberal Democrat, is serving his second term on the Boston City Council. He has Kelley's car holdup trial i Samuel Kalmer of Newton testified today in Federal Court that John J. Kelley of Watertown had his Cadillac in the Cadillac-Olds shop for repairs on either July 25 or 26, 1966. -r- He told Judge Charles E.

Wyzanski Jr. and a jury hat he works in the garage section and that Kelley and another man were invited to lunch by him about noon. There was previous testimony that Kelley had planned an armored car holdup at the hospital in i Jamaica Plain on July 26, 11966 and that he.was anxious to establish an alibi. On trial are Gennaro Meclford bus Scores of Medford school children went without lunch today when drivers Warrant out in Hyde Park death A murder warrant' was Obtained today against a Hoslindale suspect for a fatal shooting Saturday jiight outside a Hyde Park Police Sgt. Arthur J.

Lamb of Dist. 5, Hyde Park, was issued the war-: a-ant for Paul DiSangro, 35, of Neponset Roslindale. He is charged in the 'ehooting death of Robert 52, of Brookline. 5 Baldwin, police said, was outside a Hyde Park av. tavern during an argument and his body then dragged inside the tavern.

DiSangro is under guard Faulkner Hospital, police said, where he was taken with a bullet wound in the chest. 1 Police said Baldwin, Di Sangro and John Sheedy, .22, of Roslindale were shot during the argument which developed in an alley behind the tavern. No action has been taken against Sheedy, police said. Police said they recovered a revolver from the of the tavern. When they arrived at the icene Saturday night, police said they found Bald- win dead on the floor of the tavern, where he ap-j parently had been dragged by some patrons.

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