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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Of. 39, no. 15the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday april 11, 1971 74 ?"6 ?"30 cents biologist step in and take control. That to All there is to it. There will have to be Laws against big ?� Hardin no quack but an eminent population St says he believes the government will have to state As National policy the acceptable number of children families can have a a let to Call it x number. Now when a woman goes in to have that x child she would be advised that she has the alternative of sterilization if she so desires. But after that x child x plus i she would no longer have an alternative. She would by Law be required to have an abortion and ?� hard to enforce Hardin says the Law would not be difficult to enforce. A ninety five per cent of american births take place in hospitals so we would no to As they say have to have a policeman under each ?� he also says the Law would not be As cruel As Many might think. A othe idea of sterilization As punishment is unrealistic. It to brought about by the fact some 22 states have used sterilization at a punitive measure at one time or another. But if we think of it in fact As helping the woman the family and the world sterilization does no to seem so ?� in any event says or. Hardin the nation should get used to the idea a of think such Laws will be passed in the next generation. I see no other Way out. Yes it will be a tremendous abridgement of individual Freedom. People have always had the right to have children. But what of the children to right do they not have the right to survival they won t if our population gets too ?� not surprisingly Garrett turn to Page 2a, col. I new link discovered Between virus cancer Chicago apr a cancer researcher reported saturday discovery of what he termed a othe most conclusive evidence yet linking viruses to cancer in humans. Or. Sol Spiegelman director of the Institute for cancer research at Columbia University said the discovery could set the stage for eventual development of an anticancer vaccine. In a report presented at a meeting of the american association for cancer research Spiegelman said the new link Between viruses and human cancer is an enzyme produced by viruses which Are known to cause cancer in animals. First time Spiegelman said it was the first time the enzyme had been found in humans with breast cancer. Another re Candi s egg a journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone Peter Cottontail might have to take a Back seat to this cute Little Bunny when it comes to easter egg affairs. Candi Rinhard 1-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth rein hard of 1438 Grange ave., was at Armstrong Park saturday where the Racine veterans of foreign wars sponsored an egg Hunt for children. See More easter pictures on Page 6a. Pickup easy putdown hard new York apr environmental Protection administrator Jerome Kretchmer said a garbage has become the Issue of the 1970s a everyone wants the garbage picked up and no one wants to let us put it ?� . Jets ruin 2 n. Viet a a guns irate gals a wire photo these Are some of the 500 women liberation lists who demonstrated against the Vietnam War in front of the Pentagon saturday. A succession of speakers demanded an immediate pullout of All . Troops from South Vietnam and an end to All a of repression a including male a of domination of women. 3 . Reporters let in by China to cover yank Ping Pong team picture on Page 2a to we Border station Hong Kong apr a 22-year-old ban on official visits to communist China by . Newsmen fell saturday when three americans crossed the Border in route to peking to cover a tour of the . Table Tennis team. The americans and four other correspondents German British and japanese a walked across the covered Bridge on the Hong Kong China Frontier. They will travel by train to Canton and then Fly to peking. The 15-member table Tennis delegation arrived in peking saturday night and that marked the first time such a . Group has been granted entry to Mainland China since the communists gained Power in 1949. In Taipei the nationalist chinese government condemned peking for issuing the invitation to the Ping Pong players As a a political ?� a foreign ministry spokesman Lucey s plan to merge universities assured of passage poll indicates Madison wis. Apr gov. Patrick j. Luceyk to plan to merge the state to two University systems is a virtually assured of passage a the Madison capital times reported saturday in a poll of state legislators. The newspaper said indications were that the powerful joint finance committee the democratic controlled Assembly and Republican dominated Senate All would approve the merger in amended form. The democratic governor has proposed that the University of Wisconsin and Wisconsin state University systems be combined under a single Hoard of regents and single Central administration. The capital times Survey showed 16 senators were in favor or leaning in favor of merger. Eight were opposed or leaning that Way and nine were undecided. In the Assembly Lucey enjoys a healthy 65 to 34 democratic majority. Said it was a of regrettable that the a plot has again received encouragement from the United ?� the american correspondents granted entry visas were John Roderick of the associated press and John Rich and Jack Reynolds of the National broadcasting co. The others were John Saar a British citizen and Frank Fishbeck German both representing time life and Hiromasa Yama Naka and Masaaki Shiihara japanese television crewmen for nil. Roderick was an a correspondent in China in 1945-48 and has been with the apr to Tokyo Bureau since 1959. State department spokesmen in Washington said a Small number of . Newsmen had been admitted into Mainland China since the communist take Over but this was believed to be the first group allowed in officially to cover a news event. The spokesman said the United states welcomed peking to admission of the newsmen under Washington to policy of expanding contacts with Mainland China. He indicated chinese newsmen would be similarly admitted to the United states should communist China Send an athletic team to America. Births or. Garrett Hardin the most immediate and probable Steps will be to increase Public awareness of the head count to change social ideas about family sizes. To bring about a firm congressional and Federal policy toward stable population. To increase birth control inform yes says Tion and availability. And. Perhaps to Speed up the contemporary trend to liberalize abortion Laws in states which have not done so. But what if this does no to work either taxation idea then the next step. Which would Call for the taxation of Large families. Either by denying dependent deductions for any family with More than two kids or increasing tax deductions for parents who limit their Brood to one or two. And if even All this fails what then sorry you asked. In the eyes of the population doomsayers when All reasonable methods of birth control fail unreasonable methods will necessarily be devised. Or. Garrett Hardin a biologist at the University of California is one who believes the unreasonable will come to pass a othe government will have to Racine area weather partly Cloudy Windy and warmer today with a High in the Low 70s. Mostly Cloudy and warmer tonight with a Low in the upper 40s. Chance of showers and cooler monday with a High around 60. South to Southwest winds from 15 to 35 . Today. Precipitation probabilities to per cent today 20 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and warmer East and South. Chance of showers Northwest by late afternoon. Highs in the upper 60s Northwest 70 to 76 East and South. Mostly Cloudy tonight with Chance of showers North and West. Lows near 40 Northwest to Low 50s East. Mostly Cloudy and cooler monday with a Chance of showers Southeast and some rain possibly mixed with Snow Northwest. Highs in the Low 40s extreme Northwest to Low 60s Southeast. Saigon apr two . Air Force f4 fighter bombers attacked radar controlled antiaircraft guns inside North Vietnam and destroyed two of them in the 21st a protective reaction strike Over the North this year the . Command announced saturday. Reveal alcohol s role in state Road deaths Madison wis. Apr three fifths of the Wisconsin Drivers killed on state roads last year had been drinking reports the state division of health. More than 36 per cent of the drinking driving deaths of cured Between Midnight and 3 a.m., the report said and More men in the 20 to 24 age group died in accidents involving Drunken driving than any other age group. The state Agency tabulated results of blood alcohol tests Given 439 Drivers and motorists killed last year. It s an open and shut Case Rocky Hill Conn. Apr police Are on the Lookout for a band of inexperienced safecracker. The would be thieves tried to open a Safe Here with a Blowtorch hut instead welded it closed. Police said saturday the thieves broke into Rocky Hill High school and used the Torch to remove bolts on the hinges of the Safe door Cut the lock dial out of the door and bored holes in the Safe a cinder lock and steel walk in Model. While this was happening molten Metal trickled Down the door and welded it shut. That to not Nice Saskatoon Canada apr a billboard appeared with the message a keep Saskatoon Beautiful. Send your Mother in Law to ?� what s where business news Page id classified ads Page 5d editorial. Page 10a local news. Page 4a obituaries. Page 5d sports. Page in women to news Page in features Ann Landers Page 2b entertainment. Page 8c Horoscope. Page so television radio. Page do the strike was carried out Friday 30 Miles North of the demilitarized zone after the enemy guns fired on a . Observation aircraft operating Over the to Chi Minh Trail in the upper Panhandle of Laos the command said. A othere was no damage to . Aircraft a a communique said. Air planes of a Oas the command has previously stated protective reaction is the inherent right of ?� it was the first protective reaction strike announced since March 30. South vietnamese jets meanwhile joined . B52 Strat fortresses on saturday in pounding North vietnamese troops trying to overrun fire base 6 in the Central Highlands. The air forces took Over after South vietnamese reported beating off a ground attack at Dawn on the fire base overlooking feeder routes from the to Chi Minh Trail. The base is near the Borders of Laos Cambodia and South Vietnam 300 Miles North of Saigon. Enemy killed a South vietnamese military spokesman said 12 North vietnamese were killed in the attack and the defenders took no casualties. Four hours later South vietnamese attack bombers u. S. Population Legal by Tom Tiede new York Nea a in his frightening essay a eco catastrophe a biologist Paul Ehrlich envisions a Day when the Earth to relentless population growth brings about the death of All sea life the evacuation of Large american cities the annual starvation of 50,000 people the imminent doom of such nations As Japan and food wars Between the crazed masses of the largest nations on Earth. Fiction perhaps not. What to being done recently the commission of population growth and the american future released a sort of eco catastrophe report of its own. Saying that if the . Growth rate continues at its present Pace the nation to population will be one billion five times today to census in too years. The commission report then indicated somewhat visits wife teamster Union president James Hoffa is shown As he visited his ailing wife Al hip University of California medical Center in san Francisco. He was granted an emergency leave from Federal prison. Pounded North vietnamese positions a half mile North of the artillery base. The bombers a37 dragonfly jets were credited with killing 20 North vietnamese soldiers. Pilots reported touching off several secondary explosions indicating hits on ammunition and fuel stores. During the Day . B52 bombers also mounted three new raids against the North vietnamese Force which has been attacking fire base 6 every Day since March 31. Nine of the bombers flew in from their Thailand base and hammered North vietnamese positions three Miles West of the outpost. 14 raids since the siege began the . Strategic air command has staged 14 raids by b52 bombers close to the base. In All the b52s unloaded 1,200 tons of explosives. South vietnamese military Headquarters said the North vietnamese also shelled three other South vietnamese positions near fire base 6. Two South vietnamese soldiers were wounded Headquarters said and one of the shellings ignited a fire in fuel stores at the Airfield at Dak to 2, North of fire base 6. The North vietnamese have been attacking on a Broad front in two provinces in the Central Highlands Vontom and Plesku and . Officers Are taking it seriously. While the North and South vietnamese fought in the Central Highlands Many of the 300,000 american troops in Vietnam arranged for a pause in military duties to attend easter Sunrise services. Plumber offering to do minor jobs free for aged Seattle apr John Lindquist of Seattle is making a personal Effort to show that a people can to live in a selfish Little world of their ?� in a classified advertisement in the Seattle times Lindquist a 48-year-old licensed plumber has offered to do minor plumbing jobs for elderly people unable to pay. A oof course i just can to drop everything and respond right away to every Call but in Tell do everything i can when i can a he says. Lindquist Hopes the idea will spread because As he says a Oitt to risky business being old. A Oil the known so Many who have worked so hard. And they deserve better a he says. A oif i can help i ?� growing relentlessly searcher or. Robert c. Gallo reported last november discovery of the enzyme in patients being treated for Luke Mia another Type of cancer. While viruses have Long been known to produce tutors in animals he said efforts to find such viruses in human cancer tutors have been unsuccessful so far. But detection of the telltale enzyme suggests they Are there Spegel Man said. Known As rna dependent Dan polymerase the enzyme was found in the milk of women with breast cancer he said. He said the women belong to an ancient persian religious sect called Parsi now living in India. Noting that animal cancer viruses Are most abundant in animals which Are inbred Spiegelman said the Parsi women were selected for the enzyme research because of their practice of marrying Only within the sect the equivalent of human inbreeding. Us research Spiegelman said the unique enzyme was first reported in june 1970 by researchers at the University of Wisconsin and Massachusetts Institute of technology who found it in viruses which cause cancer in Chicken Ceils. Since then he said the enzyme has been found in eight different animal cancer viruses but in none which do not cause cancer. Spiegelman said discovery of the enzyme in humans a Omay be the break we tre looking ?� he said isolation of a human cancer virus from the Parsi women and development of animals capable of producing Richer batches of the virus could result in development of a vaccine to protect humans from cancer. A wire photo limits on unnecessarily that something preventative must be done. But what there to the rub. Actually the nation is doing something right now. The commission of population growth itself is part of the something. President Nixon to favourable words for planned parenthood represent another part. The drive for sex educate birth control education and abortion education Are still other parts of the present activity. But the activities Are failing. . Population is now 206,500,-000. The birth rate 18.1 per thousand population is twice the death rate 9.4. The Fertility rate of 87.3 births per thousand women of childbearing age 15 to 44 years is up two Points from the previous year. And the growth rate is a destructive 1.1 per cent. So say experts More Steps must be taken

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