Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
18 Apr 1971

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18 Apr 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 16wtvftj the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday april 18, 1971 ?"5 ?"30 cents join in Federal Union by the associated press the presidents of Egypt Libya and Syria declared the formation saturday of a a Union of Arab republics a binding their countries into a Federal Union with one president and a Federal government. The new state will be established after National referendums sept. I in the three countries. The leaders said it will be the nucleus for Complete Arab Unity and be open to other Arab countries. Egyptian president Anwar Sadat syrian president Hafez Assad and Libya to head of state col. Muammar Sadafi read the declaration in simultaneous half hour radio broadcasts from their capitals. In addition to one president and a Federal government the three leaders said the military forces of the new state would cooperate to bring about a othe decisive retaliation to Israel to continued occupation of Arab ?� they said Sudan which withdrew at the last moment from the week Long talks will join a oat the earliest Opportunity and when its special conditions ?� the three leaders pledged that their Union will conclude no peace treaty nor will it negotiate with Israel. A othe Union of Arab republics will not abandon one single Yard of Arab land occupied by Israel a the declaration said. The Federal president and government will have the right to move troops from one country to another in the Union and take joint decisions on War or peace. Earlier Egypt to official the drug scene right Here a six part series Middle East news Agency said leaders of the three states also a reviewed the military and political aspects of the Middle East situation and discussed the role of the Tripoli charter conference in facing the requirements of the Arab nations to fateful battled against Israel. Egypt Syria Libya and Sudan signed the so called Tripoli charter a year ago to move toward gradual unification of their states. The signing of the confederation pact in Benghazi Libya came on the eighth anniversary of a similar pact signed by Egypt Syria and Iraq. That agreement collapsed a month after it was initiated. In 1958, Egypt and Syria Federated As the United Arab Republic with a common legislature army and Flag. Yemen joined later. The Union was dissolved in 1961. Three years later Iraq Egypt Kuwait Jordan and Syria announced formation of an Arab common Market which never came to pass. There was no immediate comment on the new federation from Israel. Journal times photo by Chuck do Macau Toto the first lady Wisconsin to first lady mrs. Patrick Lucey has her own ideas about her position about living in the governor to mansion about Many things. A Roumal times and sunday bulletin reporter photographer team a Alice Anne Conner and Chuck do Dacquisto a were Given an exclusive interview. The Story and pictures Are on pages in and 7b today. Big Everglades fire reported contained drug right scene Here Many drug users contend that ifs no worse than liquor. Whiskey drinkers sometimes offer a Owell at least i done to use ?� Ltd a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas acid hash a martinis shot and a Beer bennies. Ifs All discussed in a six part series which is starting today on Page 8a. You talk be pushers Al hooked 0 help 0 arcs Story on Page 8a Miami apr exhausted firefighters contained a 50,-000-acre Blaze in the Everglades West of Miami saturday and smoke which has blanketed the heavily populated Southeast coastal cities for Days became a Hazard to health. A Owen the contained but not controlled the big one a said Robert Peterson chief Ranger of Everglades National Park. A Owen tre holding our ?� the fire reached the Tamami Trail on the North and was bounded on the East by . Highway 27 and on the West by a flood control District canal. The rangers aided by civilian volunteers and helicopter borne troops from Homestead air Force base bulldozed and backfired All along the South perimeter of the fire and hoped to bring it under control on that line. Another fire covering 23,000 acres was approaching the Northwest Park Boundary but Peterson said a owe can to tackle that one until we get the manpower off the ?� smoke pouring from the Everglades fires which have burned More than 400,000 acres during the worst drought in a Quarter of a Century doubled air pollution counts along the Gold coast. Hospitals reported increases in the number of respiratory cases being treated. Air pollution counts remained Well below dangerous Levels which have been reported in some Large Northern cities said a tar. Milton Saslaw director of the Dade county Public health department. Time for War to end former hawk7 believes Wadewitz Benstead both still believe in Racine by David Pfankuchen journal times staff William r. Wadewitz and h. M. Benstead who this week will end distinguished and lengthy careers As executives and directors of Western publishing co. Inc., believe Racine remains one of the finest cities anywhere. They done to think the City to problems Are insurmountable or particularly different from those of other Industrial communities. But As leading practitioners of the Art of charitable giving they Are concerned about the Impact of Industrial mergers Here on corporate support of what s where business news Page id clan Ivd ads Page 6d editor Quot Page Fox i no. It n e is Page 6\ obituaries Page so sports Page in women to news Page 2b features Ann Landers Page 9b entertainment Page 8c Horoscope Page 6b television radio a Page 7c fund drives for Community causes. Generally plants Here that have merged to become part of larger corporations with Home offices elsewhere tend to give less and less often than they used to Wadewitz and Benstead note. In Many cases the budgets for charitable contributing Are no longer set Here but rather at the corporate Headquarters. A Racine was a better giving Community than most a Wadewitz said in an interview the other Day. A of never saw a City that measured up to its civic responsibilities like Racine a agreed Benstead a participant in the same interview. A but mergers have caused a loss of Community spirit a said Wadewitz. A you can to go to a merged Plant on a Community basis and solicit anything any More. It to hard to ?� a Oit Wasny to too Long ago that there was t a major Racine Industry that did no to have its headquarter Here a noted Benstead. Then he said fund seekers Seldom came up against replies like to a i have to talk to ?t a encouraging both from a standpoint of Industrial growth and future charitable giving potential Benstead said Are a othe Young new businesses coming into town that you done to hear much ?� for one he mentioned medical engineering corp., a new company that opened a Plant at 3037 it. Pleasant St. In 1969. Wadewitz and Benstead both 80, Are retiring As director of Western. Neither is standing for re election in the voting that will be conducted As part of the company to annual shareholder meeting Here tuesday night. Wadewitz a director for 41 years was already with West Side printing co., serving As a delivery boy when an older brother the late f. H. Wadewitz became the shop to proprietor in 1907. West Side printing became Western publishing of course and William Wadewitz to first Post As a corporate officer was vice president. He succeeded e. H. As president in 1953. In 1957, his 50th year with the company he added the Board chairman ship. He relinquished the presidency in 1958 and stepped Down As chairman in 1967. Benstead travelled a different Road to Western. The year was 1932. As a partner in e. Naumburg amp co., a new York investment banking firm Benstead had been counselling e. H. Wadewitz on Western to financial affairs for some time. �?. Asked me to come out to Racine for a few Days a Benstead recalls. A of did and he asked me to stay. I did. It was the most fortuitous decision i Ever ?� Benstead became a director of Western in 1933 and served As vice president and assistant treasurer from 1933 to 1936 As Secretary treasurer from 1936 to 1957 and from 1952 to 967 As chairman of the company to executive committee. Benstead was asked what he considered the Wisest business William r. Wadewitz h. M. Benstead decision he made for Western Over the years. A probably the first couple weeks i was Here i did something that was pretty significant a he said. The depression was in Progress. Banks were calling in their Loans. A anyone who owed Money was suspect a Benstead said. But Benstead had a Friend who was a senior vice president at the Bank of Manhattan. The Bank had a policy under which senior vice presidents could authorize Loans up to $1 million without having to first get approval of the Bank to executive committee. Such a loan was arranged for Western. A Oit was very significant at the time a Benstead said a of knew de . Wadewitz was at the end of his ?� asked about the Impact of the depression on Western Benstead and Wadewitz agreed the company came through it in better shape than most. A owe were in the right business a Wadewitz said. A ote cent stuff a books and ?� a women who could no to of Tum to Page 5a, col. I Detroit a sen. Henry m. Jackson d-wash., said saturday it is time for the Indochina conflict to end because a of american to resources sen. Henry m. Jackson must be shepherded for other demands both at Home and ?� but Jackson Long a supporter of . Involvement in Vietnam added that a time of peace May Well present sterner tests to americans than did the War. A othe coming of peace will not end our Domestic trials a he said in a speech to the annual Law alumni Day luncheon at Wayne state University. A Oon the contrary As the spotlight shifts to the Home teacher rape victim plans to sue . New York a a Young teacher raped at knife Point by a 15-year-old youth in her third Grade classroom in a Bronx school intends to seek $2 million from the City and the Board of education. A state supreme court Justice ordered the teachers to lawyer to produce records and answer questions needed to prepare the suit. The teacher was referred to in court records As Ann Anonymous to protect her identity. Front the dimensions of our Domestic problems will be More exposed than Ever. A and As expectations for Progress at Home Are not fulfilled when the War ends our Domestic turmoil will surely ?� Jackson said he had become increasingly concerned at what he termed a aggressive Over reaction by government to criticism. new relations Between the . And red China May Lead to nationalist China to Chiang Kai Shek becoming a Odd Man ?� Story on Page 2a. Racine area weather partly Cloudy today with highs in the Low 60s, lower near the Lake. Continued partly Cloudy tonight with a Chance of showers increasing. Low in the 40s. Monday partly Cloudy with a Chance of showers. High in the mid-60s. Winds from the Southeast today tonight and monday at 8 to 16 . Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today 40 per cent tonight elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with a Chance of showers West today extending through the state tonight and monday. Warmer Northwest tonight. Highs today 62 to 72. Lows tonight in the 40s, and highs monday 66 to 76. The Sun Rosa at 6 06 . And will set at 6 36 . Egypt Libya and Syria j 4 a if

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