The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on September 30, 1982 · Page 15
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 15

San Bernardino, California
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Thursday, September 30, 1982
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Dictionaries pulled because of obscenity proper edition to keep in secondary public schools. "the collegiate dictionary is exactly w hat it says it is a college-level dictionary," William Llewellyn, president of Merriam-Webster Inc., said in a telephone interview from Springfield. Mass. He said Webster's Elementary Dictionary, Webster's Intermediate Dictionary and Webster's High School Dictionary are available and do not contain obscene words. Carlsbad School Board President Pat Nelson said Tuesday, "I really think the administration is doing the proper thing. They have the board's support. We were tfr.s." I .: r siid durir.c a hearinc on his Fa k t-work order "There will be no fii,jerpnnt. and there w ill he no mug shots." Hut he explained. "It's the court's obligation to impose creator and creator sanctions." The s hool board's latest offer would raise salaries by Ifi'z percent over two years, while the union was seeking 19 1 2 percent, according to board secretary Vincent Doyle Meanwhile, fact finding continued Wednesday in the strike by 11,000 Detroit teachers. State mediator David Tanzman will make a non binding recommendation after listening to both sides in the salary dispute, but no date has been set for his report. The strike has kept 200,000 students out of class for more than two weeks. Three more strikes began Wednesday in the Saginaw Hay area, where Merrill's 46 teachers walked off the job Tuesday, idling 1,200 students. In the St. Charles school district, 81 teachers walked off the job, halting classes for 1,540 students, according to Superintendent Harold Montgomery. Thirty teachers failed to report to work Wednesday in the Ashley school district, idling about 600 students, according to teacher Denise Shaw. In Breckenridge, 57 teachers struck, keeping 1,250 students out of class. ftm THE SUN Thurs., Sept. 30, 1982 50 New Jersey teachers begin ,'i-liour sentences Fifty Tt'.'inci k, N.I.. tK hers hd'an 'ervinc custodial jail terms Wednesday fr defying a judt'c by refusint! to end their strike, in the first sik h penalty imposed on striking teachers this fall Meanwhile, walkouts continued in Muhitfan. Perm sKania and Illinois A total of 11.r:i) teachers are on strike, affectum 2W.IMI students nationwide Superior Court Judce Sherwin I) Fester ordered 50 hiK'h school teachers, randomly chosen from personnel lists, to serve three hour custodial terms Wednesday. The 50. plus an additional 50 teachers from Thomas Jefferson Junior Mich School, were ordered to surrender atfain today if they did not end their strike. They are among the 419 teachers and 170 secretaries and aides who struck the district Sept. 17. Classes for the 5.200 students have been held using substitutes. "I wanted no mass arrests, I wanted no confronta- CARLSBAD. N.M. (APf Carlsbad school officials have replaced copies of Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary with older dictionaries in the 6th through 12th grades because the latest edition contains obscene words. Some 100 dictionaries were taken from classrooms after a man complained to Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Earl Bush about the dictionaries. Bush refused to identify the man. Bush said Wednesday the district has "already called Santa Fe and they are going to send us some sample copies (of other dictionaries) and we'll rev iew them.' Bush said the older edition of the Webster's dictionary does not contain the offending words which include several of the most commonly used four-letter terms. "So they are not without dictionaries," he said. The new dictionaries had been in classrooms for two years. 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