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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Racine, WisconsinSunday sept. 24, 1972 the journal i lilies and sunday bulletin Racine 634-3322 82 pages 6 sections 35c . To debate terrorism Issue related Story Page 3a United nations . Apr Secretary general Kurt Waldheim won his Battle saturday night to have the United nations tackle the problem of terrorism and seek preventive measures. The general Assembly put the Issue on its Agenda after adopting jamaican and saudi arabian amendments to focus the debate on International terrorism and also to cover the underlying causes of such acts. The vote on including the item on the Agenda was 66 for 27 against and 33 abstaining. The outcome saved the prestige of the Secretary general who had been threatened with a humiliating defeat. Arab nations later tried to Knock the terrorism question off this years Agenda but were Defeated. South Yemen proposed that the Issue be shunted to next years Agenda but the Assembly voted 57-47 to reject that proposal. Earlier in the Day the Assembly postponed debate on Korea until next year shelving a Resolution backed by China and the soviet Union to get . Troops out of South Korea. The vote of 70-35 with 21 abstentions ratified a steering committee recommendation. By general consent the Assembly also put on its Agenda an item proposed by Yugoslavia As a step toward urging the Security Council to reconsider the the . Membership bid of Bangladesh. Chinese ambassador Huang Hua who vetoed the Bangladesh application aug. 25, reiterated that China a cannot agree to the admission of the terrorism Issue reached the full Assembly on a recommendation made by its steering committee Friday when . Ambassador George Bush strongly supported Waldheim and said the Issue was a a possible turning Point in the history of the United Waldheim a initiative had aroused Strong opposition from african and Arab countries fearful that it would curb liberation movements in Africa or resistance to israeli occupation of Arab lands. The Secretary general titled the item a measures to prevent terror and other forms of violence which endanger or take innocent human lives or jeopardize fundamental Jamaica a amendment specified that the measures should be to prevent a a International terrorism and eliminated the reference to a other forms of it was approved by a vote of 55 in favor 27 against and 38 abstaining. Saudi arabians amendment added to Waldheim a title a and study the underlying causes of those forms of terrorism and acts of violence which lie in misery frustration grievance and despair and which cause some people to sacrifice human lives including their own in an attempt to effect Radical it was adopted by a vote of 42 in favor 35 against and 44 abstaining. The saudi amendment was lifted bodily from a Public statement Waldheim had made to allay doubts about his move. The effect of the amendments was to refine and qualify the Secretary general a original title. Britain faces ugandan edict London apr Britain a foreign Secretary said saturday it would be a totally impossible to meet Uganda a 48-hour deadline for airlifting 8,000 expelled asians to Britain. Before leaving for new York sir Alec Douglas Home said he spoke with Uganda a High commissioner in London to seek clarification of president Idi amines ultimatum Friday and to urge an Extension. The 48-hour deadline applied to those asians already cleared for departure. The foreign Secretary told newsmen that if All available aircraft in the East african Community of Kenya Tanza Nia and Uganda were used for the exodus a it would be totally impossible to Airlift these 8,000 or More Douglas Home said he would urge the . General Assembly on wednesday to press Amin on two Points a extend the deadline for when ugandan asians must be cleared and secondly Alloy passengers to bring their possessions with Amin has ordered an estimated 50.000 asians holding British passports to leave Uganda by nov. 8. He claimed they were sabotaging the Economy. The British government has dispatched a special envoy Peter Scott to Kampala to determine How to Deal with the new problem. He will meet with the British High commissioner in Uganda later in Hopes of determining whether to begin extra flights and to see what can be done about assuring the safety of asians travelling to Uganda a International Airport at Entebbe. Their Day Racine a eighth annual senior citizens fair Drew Many to its audience saturday at memorial Hall. While there was much to see Many of those attending welcomed the Opportunity to sit Down and watch the program which included singing by the american association of retired persons Kenosha chapter choir and the Racine spiritual chorale and a talk by or g. P. Ferrazzano Racine City health officer. Additional picture on Page 2a journal time photo by Charles s. Vallone Racine Days approaching the British also Are concerned about the safety of 7,000 White britons working in Uganda. The asians mostly of Indian and pakistani origin were granted British citizenship in 1962 when the former Colony of Uganda became Independent. Hundreds hold key com Merieal jobs expected to go to africans after the expulsions. By Chris Boultinghouse Jon Midi times staff Racine Days a a Salute to Commerce and Industry a will be celebrated for one week starting thursday. A chamber of Commerce brainchild to promote business the w Eek Long affair planned As an annual event features a mass Sale by Racine area merchants. A the purpose of it generally is to get merchants together to offer a coordinated sales event so shoppers can walk into any store and find a Sale going on a explained Bernard Sanner a member of the chamber a retail promotions committee. A individual Racine in e a chants can to compete with the big Milwaukee shopping centers but if they Combine they can compete with just about any City a Sanner said. He said Racine Days is planned As a self sustaining non profit project with promotion costs apportioned among participating merchants. So far 227 merchants have agreed to participate. A this year the tag line is a Racine Commerce and Industry Days a with the emphasis on cooperation Between the two a Sanner said. A some 300 Racine is a City of craftsmen. Its industries depend on them and the City depends on its industries. See Story on Page id. manufacturers have been invited to participate. A the merchants have been contacting the manufacturers of their Choice to arrange window displays showing products made in Racine. We want to generate a feeling of cooperation with Industry. A these displays will give families in town a Chance to see what is made at the Plant where dads been working for in addition to the window displays Sanner said 20 Large banners will be mounted Over streets in the City. Window banners counter signs and Sale Price tags bearing the Racine Days slogan have also been printed. A merchants Felt that by showing Industry Here that we Are appreciative we might also be making a climate that will attract More business to Racine a Sanner said. Delay in pos return upsetting to relatives six children perish in Virginia Home fire Dinwiddie a. Apr six Young children died in a fire saturday which destroyed their crowded two room Home authorities said twelve persons were living in the House at the time of the Blaze officials said but the rest escaped with cuts and Burns. Sheriff Charles Lee Mitchell identified the dead As Marva Melissa Perry 13 Colleen Perry 8 Tony Perry 7 Warren Perry 4 Reginald Perry what s / / where business news id classified ads 6d editorial. 10a local news. 7a obituaries. 6d sports. In in the Ionics Ann Landers Page 3c crossword Page 6 dial for help Page 6 a Horoscope Page 3c 5 and Mallow Perry 9 months. The children a father Melvin Hall was taken to Petersburg general Hospital where he was listed late saturday afternoon in fair condition with bums and cuts. The Mother Lillie Perry Hall 32, three of her children Carol to katrina 6, and Ronald 5, along with mrs. Halls sister Betty Perry were treated for Burns and cuts and released from the Hospital. Sheriff Mitchell said the fire started about 7 . Saturday when Hall attempted to Light an Oil stove in the Frame dwelling. The stove apparently exploded catching Halls clothing on fire. While he tried to extinguish the flames on his clothing the wallpaper inside the House caught fire and the flames quickly spread to the rest of the House virtually destroying the Structure. Mitchell said the children apparently never awakened. Their bodies were found lying in their Beds. Those who escaped from the House had to do so through a window. Several received cuts from the broken window panes. Rudi Majoros a sociology student at the of a a fat Toronto looks As if he a going to be trampled in the Rush to j .0i to gig f n a 9met pack 1� study. But he a taking it in stride As he sits under the hooves of a statue of King Edward Vii in Queens Park. A wire photo Irv th1 associated pics i stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison amps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with disappointment and resentment most of it directed to Hanoi but some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane Laos As had been expected and american Antiwar activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would be taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Gauley 68, of Greenville Maine and father of Navy la Markham Hartley blamed the delay on interference by the . Government and said the a Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this mrs. Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj. Edward Elias said she and her husband a Are very upset Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. In Tampa fla., Herbert Charles 65, and his wife had packed their suitcases in anticipation of a trip to new York to Greet their son Navy i t. Norris Charles. A phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay. . Ambassador g. Mcmurtie Godley and other officials were on hand at the Vientiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi. It Wasny to until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board. Eye China Japan ties Tokyo apr three months ago the japanese and communist chinese governments were not even speaking to each other. Now they Are on a course which is expected to Lead to establishment of diplomate relations perhaps be fore in cameras. On monday Kakuchi t Anaka Japan a prime minister since july will Board i japanese Airliner Foi the first direct flight to peking from Japan since world War ii and attempt to open a Friendship wha ii will a continue for a Long time to almost from the Day Tanaka took office it seemed the japanese were preparing for live television coverage from peking. In recent weeks even before the Date for Tanaka a arrival in the chinese capital was announced japanese technicians have been loading test to signals Back from peking. Viewers on saturday night were shown a live Panorama of the magnificent buildings of the forbidden City. A japanese Airliner carried 65 persons half of the total of 130 japanese and foreign newsmen who will cover the Tanaka visit to peking via Shanghai on saturday. Unlike us. News Media preparing to cover president Nixon a visit to peking in february the japanese have had a handful of correspond Ems stationed in peking All along while pursuing a policy of recognizing nationalist China on Taiwan but carrying on Trade and cultural relations with the Mainland. These and visiting japanese correspondents have been kept Busy in recent months with the flow of japanese officials going to pave the Way for to 9 study tells ways to conserve Energy Washington a the nations Energy gobbling can be Cut 25 per cent in 20 years if americans Are willing to Adon such measures As an Energy use tax less Auto use or As a last resort motor fuel rationing a Federal study says. While the study by an inter Agency staff headed by the presidents office of emergency preparedness didst make specific recommendations it did offer one of the most detailed lists yet of Energy saving ideas. Pointing to the Energy diet of the United states the staff said that by 1980, Energy it on sumption should increase by 39 Dei cent and double by 1990 what it was in 1971. A at the same time a the study said a the nations limited fuel resources Are being depleted and the United states is becoming increasingly dependent upon foreign Oil and Gas the study said 16 per cent of i be 1980 Energy demand could be conserved by applying Short Range and medium Range measures while Long Range measures could Cut the 1990 Energy requirements As Muc h As 25 per cent. It said an Energy use tax and my incentives to encourage recycling and reuse of materials by Industry could save 15 per cent of the total 1980 demand and More than 24 per rent of the 1990 demand. As for transportation the study warned of a possible Strong resistance from Highway and travel lobbies if Short term Steps were taken to discourage air transport and using private cars to conserve Energy a Long term transportation approach would include re search on new methods and clustering facilities to reduce travel. In the residential commercial sector the study said Short term conservation Steps could include tax deductions for building insulation Imp Al orients. As for motor fuel the report warned that increased taxes on gasoline hurts the poor and that it might fail to discourage Auto use. But it lidded that s ing smaller cars could be stimulated by a selective registration tax against big can pc motor fuel rationing a May be the Only measure possible a the study said but it called this a a highly unpalatable last / 1111111111111111111111111111111 Ifni 11111111111111111 ii 11111111111111 ii 1111/ in our area variable cloudiness and a Little warmer today with a Chance of showers or thunderstorms. High in the Low 70s. Partly Cloudy and cooler tonight Low in the upper 40s. Monday partly Cloudy. High in the mid-60s. Winds from the South today at to to 20 . Precipitation probabilities 40 per cent today 20 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state variable cloudiness with a Chance of showers or thunderstorms today warmer Southeast. Highs in the 60s Northwest 68 to 75 Southeast. Mostly Cloudy and a Chance of rain North partly Cloudy Central and South tonight l own in the 40s. Monday partly sunny and Cool. Highs 58 to 66 Northwest 66 to 70 Southeast. The Sun Rose at 6 40 . And will set at 6 46 p m

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