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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1967

JACOBSON'S OPEN MONDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 8:30 P.M.
FROM
T ESDAY TH RU SATURDAY 9:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.

Wage Boost Dispute Prompts
Florida Teacher Resignations
CLEARWATER, Fla. UP)-More would not disclose how the county and which is supporting
than 1900 of Pinellas County's 3,- would fill the vacancies caused ellas teachers, said he
500 teachers submitted their res- by the resignations. know if the Pinellas mc
ignations to the school board yes- Sources close to the school board trigger sympathy res
Sterday in their battle for higher said a drive was under way to across the state.

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alaries, a school official said. recruit people with at least two The executive secretary of the
Gus Sakkis, deputy superintend- years of college credit to man the FEA said "we mailed 60,000 print-
nt for instruction, said the res- classrooms as an emergency meas- ed resignation forms to all of
;nations, to be effective imme- ure. Florida's teachers over the week-
iately, were delivered by Fred Meanwhile, in East St. Louis, end. It's an individual decision
ekau, president of the Pinellas Ill., 51 of the city high school's for the teachers." Officials of the
lassroom Teachers Association. 107 teachers ignored a union re- FEA, which claims 50,000 mem-
hey were accepted by Pinellas quest for a boycott and reported bers, have asked for permission
chool Supt. Thomas J. B. South- to classrooms even though salary to use the resignations after Sept.
rd, Sakkis said. demands had not been met. 5 if a proposed education pro-
The school board was scheduled A spokesman for the Florida gram to be announced on that
meet later in the evening to Education Association, which has day by Gov. Claude Kirk does
iscuss the situation with Dr. invoked sanctions against the state not please them.
outhard, who has said schools ---

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Relocation Center
Cekau, whose ' group led the
fight for higher teachers' salaries,
said the National Education Asso-
ciation (NEA) informed him ear-
lier yesterday, that a job reloca-
tion center would be set up imme-
diately to aid any teachers who
want to take jobs in other states.
"Teachers are urgently needed
in many school systems across
the country to solve critical short-
ages," Cekau quoted the telegram
as saying. He said the NEA assur-
ed him its job placement services
will be able to find jobs for any
teachers who quit. Dr. Southard
said schools would remain open
under an "unrevealed formula" but

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