Birmingham Post-Herald from Birmingham, Alabama on September 4, 1968 · 18
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Birmingham Post-Herald from Birmingham, Alabama · 18

Birmingham, Alabama
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Wednesday, September 4, 1968
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Tuesday blocked or threatened to block the traditional September back-to-school trek for thousands of American youngsters Nearly 100000 Michigan school children faced the prospect of an extended Summer vacation while teachers and school boards sought agreement on new contracts Classes were postponed "until further notice" for 3000 pupils in Madison III because of a teacher pay dispute Some 175 of 340 teachers in the Tewksbury Mass public school system boycotted orientation meetings Tuesday and debated whether to show up for classes Wednesday On the other side of the ledger one-third of Pittsburgh's 3100 public school teachers — members of the AFL-CIO American Federation of Teachers — withdrew a threat to strike when schools open Thursday and agreed to await the progress of wage contract talks with the school board The Scranton Pa Federation of Teachers announced its more than 300 members would report for the new school term Wednesday after agreement wss reached with the city solicitor on a matter holding up 0900 pay raises In St Louis Mo the American Federation of Teachers — seeking bargaining rights — threatened a strike on the first day of classes Wednesday About 000 of the city’s 4500 teachers were reported ready to support "some phases" of the proposed strike The' school board said it was ready to call in substitute teachers to help handle the city’s 117000 school children Some 21000 children In Youngstown Ohio faced the likelihood of no teachers when the Summer vacation ends Wednesday The Youngstown Education Association said its members would hold an "indefinite seminar" until the school board agrees to a program which would raise the teachers’ starting scale from (5800 to $6600 a year The administrator of a decentralised Brooklyn ghetto school in New York City called for the transfer out of his district of 200 teachers who took part in a classroom boycott last spring when the local board fired 10 teachers The United Federation of Teachers meanwhile threatened a strike on the first day of school next Monday if 10 of the fired Brooklyn teachers are not reinstated In Michigan it was a repetition of 1907 Classes failed to start on time Tuesday in eight school districts Ten district faced a delay Wednesday and two more Thursday The Michigan Education Association reported that 3100 teachers and 45000 pupils were Involved in eight strikes But Appeal Delay Likely Firm Gets Nod For New TV i - BY EMMETT WEAVER P-H Amusement Editor Birmingham’s three-year-1 old battle for a second UHF television station took a new turn Tuesday when the Federal Communications Cominis-sipn'i examiner in Washington authorised Alabama Television Inc ‘to construct and operate a Channel 21 station in Birmingham Alabama Television Inc is composed of a group of B inn- examiner's decision Mr Jemison said "We are very eleated and happy over the decision We Intend to give ' this city far better coverage than they have had before" The examiner's recommendation doesn’t necessarily mean that Alabama Televi- ‘ sion Inc will be allocated the much sought after UHF chan- -Del I r Although the examiner’s decision could become final in Ingham and Jasper business- 50 days it appears that there men heided by John J Jemi- - will be an appeal or the son Jr of Jemison Investment commission could initiate a Co here review When notified of the FCC Opposition "to Alabama aii Television Inc will come in Four Alabamians “ ®the groups seeking thejTV channel ' i: A - l Killed In Viet TV Scout nel The competing applications are Chapman 'Radio and Television Co Homewood Birmingham Broadcasting Defense Department announc- Co which includes businessman A G Gaston and Birmingham Television Coip own- Teeny-Boppers Try Takeover ed Tuesday They 6:30-7:30 pm (42) - The teeny-boppers are taking over the world on LOST IN SPACE and in their new lexicon the words adult and superfluous are synonymous (REPEAT) 6:30 - 7:30 pm (6) — Linda Thorscn as Tara King has ample opportunity to display her physical prowess on THE ALABAMA ETV NETWORK Channels Throughout Alabama Channel 10 Birmingham 4 pm PLAYING THE GUITAR - Frederick Noad'and guests Bin John son and Julie Domac illustrate various forms of song accompaniment 5 pm WHAT'S NEWT -A Spanish boy sneaks away foom a courtyard to which he has been confln ed in "PabUto" 6:30 pm CONVERSATIONS - Albert Finney a British actor is spotlighted 7 pm CITY ON THE MOVE — Birmingham councilman Liston A Corcoran reports on city planning and urban renewal Host is Bill Ricker 0 pm SPECIAL -"Kennedy Interna tional Awards" honors right persons and an organisation for their work for aiding the mentally retarded Mrs Joseph P Kennedy and Sargent Shrlver present the awards AVENGERS In a story on the infiltration of the Ministry of Top Secret Information (REPEAT) 6:30-8 pm (13) — THE VIRGINIAN is a bit laborious in a drama of attempted reformation by stars John Mclntire and James Drury They take on three ex-convicts 7:30-8 pm (6) - PEYTON PLACE moves to a new day and time as the soapy aeries begins its fifth year Reverend Tom attempts to take the reverend from his name announcing his resignation from the ministry which may be a little difficult to accomplish 8-1 pm (13) — Ed McMa hon finishes his tour of duty as host of Produced in 1964 when “doctor" shows were the TV rage this is a spoof of Kildare Casey and company (REPEAT) 9-10 pm (42) — Comedian Ronnie Martin singer Kaye Hart and Western stylists The Lane Brothers are the featured guests on THE DOM De-LUISE SHOW (REPEAT) were Identified as Marine Pfc James D Raynor son of Mr and Mrs J C Raynor Empire RL 1 Marine Lance Cpl Dwayne L Salter son of Mr and Mrs CurlieL Salter Evergreen Rt 2 Marine Lance Cpl Henry B Smith Jf son of Mi and Mrs Henry B Smith Sr 105 Kathryn-st Andalusia ana Army Pfc vJimmy’ L Harris husband of Mrs Linda D Harris 609 Spring-av Geneva er and operator of Channel 42 Alabama Television ‘ and Birmingham Broadcasting had applied for a new TV station in Birmingham while Chapman made application for the same channel in Homewood IMJUNHPI0VUDH FOREST CREST Can 592-7046 Birmingham Television Corp as operators of Channel 42’ had asked the FCC for authority to switch to Channel 21 ? An official for Channel 42 issued the following statement concerning the FCC examiner’s decision: ' - "The initial study1 of the examiner’s decision by Birmingham Television Inc leads them to believe that the decision of the examiner’s is faulty and that we will appeal this decision through our Washington attorneys" Bill and George Chapman Birmingham broadcasters were unavailable for comment Said Jemison when notified of the FCC examiner’s action: "We are naturally very pleased about the recommendation ' of the examiner If finally we are awarded the channel we will provide this city and area with the finest possible televirion service” Alabama Television’s application would be granted subject to the condition that the company submit proof that its station would not have an adverse effect ' on ' the' operation of standard radio station WJLD in Homewood The other businessmen who compose Alabama Television Inc are William P Engel B A Monaghan George Mit-nick president of 'the Top Dollar Stores of Jasper Joe Engel -also of jasper-' Hoyt Elliott and Jbhtt Bankhead The battler for :a second Birmingham UHF station has been going I' on f for approx- ' imately three years : NONE FASTER NONESTROtIGER Give your savings a real lift! iimniro Put real muscle In your savings program with Fidelity Federal's 475 current annual rate (compounded twice yearly) Save confidently too Your account is insured up to $15000 by a U S Govern ment agency Give your savings a lift — at Fidelity Federal! 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