Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 19, 1973 · Page 17
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

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,1 > 4 . I 1 J I Gdlifiburo ReQister-Mail, Golisbur ccuses ^1 J 1 WASttiNOTON(UPI) AFL^IO PreildMit Ocotgi Meany Accused th« Teaitiiteri' Union Wedneiday of « "union' buiting" drive to wipe out the United Farm Worlcers Union by signing contracts witii California grape growers and pledged his support to tlie farm workers. "The Teamsters union-busting drive would be absolutely disgraceful under any circumstances," Meany said, "but for the nation's largest union to seek to destroy this small, union, representing some Of the most exploited workers in the nation, is intolerable." struggling of This WonH Hurt a Bit Meany pledged the full support of the AFLrCIO to the UFW and its president, Cesar Chavel He instructed William Kircher, AFL-CIO director of organization, to accompany Chavez back to California and • • l1 1 H . '•• : • !• 'V(l I George Meany payments the Fitzsimmons Teamster President Frank C "I look Cesar Chavei FItniiiiaeii Dr. niomas Gronall novacain alter she was lifted from the water at the Seattle female killer whale responding to the dental command "Now Marine Aquarium. The killer whale open wide." Before extracting a biadly infected tooth, the when found stranded on a beach Ocean The embattled Chavez Tues-, „ . , _ zn...... by Cesar Chavez to with Investigation congressional, . . . farm workers Teamster ef< propaganda, libel and giant Jaw opener and tongue depfi e the unnamed animal several UNIFAX forts to sign up grape growers, and Meany supported this.,, ^ ... - know-how. This instead of collective bargaining CAR WASH Sponsored By Tho Knox County Youth Association 4 For Retarded Children LOCATION LOVELLS SKELLY 936 E. Moin TIME A.M. fill P.M Soturdov, April 2ltt COST Xfr^ lr ^n\ Vocuutn In Tennessee DiiptnMd Hurry lis F Up la re f te 9 Image time he has given farm workers a sideshow instead of union representation/' Fitzsimmonii said the Teamsters were simply offering the growers a "superior** contract. The 2 million member Team-1 60 $• Kf llof 9 sters Union was expelled from the AFI/<nO in 1957 Complete Informofion Confocf Lenses Phone 343-7410 PrticHption BEATH' O.D DAILY 8>00. 5:00.MONDAY A FRIDAY 1:00-liOO corruption charges. Galtiburg UNION OPTICAL CO. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) The Tennessee- Senate, fearful that national television cameras might record a "barefoot" image, without debate Wednesday to good bill, prohibit the teachuig of Charles Darwin's theory o£ evolution as fact. ''I expect it will receive the key law'^ under which Scopes passed the same treatment in the House/' said State Sen. Milton Hamil"You don't ever expect Senate Wednesday would per* voted quickly and opposition when you have a ton. was convicted. The bill which sternly warned the gallery packed with school children against any outburst, the F measure was passed 28-1 and dispatched to the House, where its sponsor predicted similar approval. came down here with the idea After Lt. Gov. John Wilder they would make us look like a bunch of nitpickers," said Hamilton. 'Tou know, like Memphis barefoot Tennesseans." mit the teaching of evolution ts theory as long as equal giyen in textbooks TV I to other accounts of the orgin of including the biblical man» version in the book of Genesis Jim White, a Democrat, cast the State Sen. lone "no" vote. In 1925, With the eyes of the nation on the small town of Dayton, Tenn., a jury convicted John Thomas Scopes ^of vk)lat- law agam chance ing -state law by teaching Darwin's theory that men evolved from a lower form of action," he said, life. The conviction later was "Today, a half century after the Scopes trial when the eyes of the nation turned toward Tennessee for comic relief, the Tennessee Legislature is once the nation affording to see Tennessee m thrown out on a technicality. That trial received wide publicity because of extensive coverage by the national i^ess, especially by H. who ridiculed the citizens and here*and-now." lawmakers of Tennessee. not tmtil that the Legislature We in debate over engage the origin of man, when we should be addressing ourselves to the future of man and grappling with the problems L. Meiickenlwlth which miah is beset in tfie Have extra baby items you repealed the celebrated "mon-with a classified ad! HO t I Pity it lafe. Let our technicians cHick the biiance and liignment of yeur cir'c whtefc and put them right, precisely, filimatei. ALIGNMENT HCRriwmiTwspo; • AdlttStMftltf • AdJiwI ctmb«v • S«t to«-out Mo5t American Cars, Air^Con MON. thru PRI. 7:30 A.M. -5:30 P.M< SAT. 7:30 AiA..4 P.M. Chomberi St. PIMM 3434174 V

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