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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Lucey would of Bill lifting contraceptives ban Milwaukee a gov. Patrick j. Lucey told Young democrats saturday he would veto any measure calling for the legalization of marijuana but would sign a Bill liberalizing state Law on contraceptive devices. Luceyk to declaration that he favored removal of contraceptives from a statutory definition As a indecent articles was met with a solid round of applause. His anti marijuana statement was greeted with silence. Question and answer session the chief executive to comments came during a lengthy question and answer session with about 400 delegates to the annual state convention of Young democratic clubs. A Owhy a asked a Young girl a Odo you oppose the legalization of marijuana a Quot because i done to think social ills of today will be solved by people on drugs a Lucey replied. The governor called Wisconsin to ban on contraceptives a Oan archaic Law which ought to be repealed. In to like to have an Opportunity to sign such a Bill into ?� Lucey however predicted the United states supreme court would uphold a Federal three judge panel to decision that Wisconsin to anti abortion Law is unconstitutional. Mentions . Law despite this he said a of would find great difficulty in says Nixon doubling War in Laos san Francisco a rep. Paul n. Mcclosky r-calif., Back from an 11-Day tour of the Indochina War area said saturday that president Nixon a ois doubling the War in Laos while winding it Down in ?� he added that All the villages in Northern Laos Are being destroyed. Cites suspicion Mccloskey who has declared he will seek the Preden tial nomination unless president Nixon changes his War policy told an Airport news conference a your suspicion that this country is deliberately following the practice of destroying villages in Northern Laos is borne out by the ?� Mccloskey explained that air Force bombing missions have been destroying the villages. A owe had officers who Fly Over Northern Laos every Day Tell us that they can find no villages standing a Mccloskey reported. He said there Ware once 3,500 villages in the Northern Region. Mccloskey said he talked with several groups of refugees. A fall the refugees said that in 1969 after president Nixon took office every House was destroyed in their villages a he said. 2 Days in capital he said he and rep. Jerome Proxmire reveals he May join the race for presidency if. Milwaukee a sen. William Proxmire of Wisconsin said saturday he May enter the democratic presidential sweepstakes if his party to front runners fail to show More concern Over a excessive and wasteful ?� a Otheree to a possibility i might run a said Proxmire who criticized Sens. Edmund Muskie of Maine and Birch Bayh of Indiana for not being critical enough of president Nixon to proposed record budget. Proxmire told a news conference that if he entered the race he would become a National and not merely a favorite son candidate from Wisconsin. A of would naturally enter the new Hampshire and Indiana primaries and perhaps the one in Nebraska a the senator added. Proxmire to comments his strongest to Date about his possible candidacy were in response to a question regarding a presidential Booklet begun by Wisconsin backers last fall. A Oil to about As dark a horse As you could find a Proxmire began then added quickly a Otheree to a possibility i might run. We ought to have one candidate who to concerned with excessive and wasteful spending. A owe have some concern on the part of democratic candidates but not enough. There has been almost no criticism of Nixon to budget. The size and the ?� Proxmire said despite Nixon to efforts to reduce . Involvement in Vietnam the administration has proposed a $6 billion increase in defense spending. A that just does no to make sense a Proxmire asserted. Proxmire who successfully led Senate opposition to Nixon to supersonic transport set appropriations Bill said he has received nationwide support for his efforts. The 56-year-old Wisconsin senator reelected to a third six year term last fall with a whopping 71 per cent of the vote Over Republican John Erickson was in Milwaukee for the annual state convention of Young democrats. Numerous red and White a prox for Prezz Lapel buttons were in evidence among the nearly 400 delegates. Proxmire said recent criticism of the Fri is a of wholesome because the Agency a has become a sacred cow Over the years. The Fri he said should be a asked to justify their actions regarding accusations that agents have tapped the telephones of some congressmen. Proxmire added he believed Fri director j. Edgar Hoover a should think of retiring now that he has reached 76 years of age. Major probing atrocities apparently killed himself map wire photo appointed or. Albert Bowker Chancellor of the City University of new York has been named Chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley which often has been involved in turmoil. Bowker 51, succeeds Roger Heyns on july i. Heyny to had announced his resignation from the $47,000 Post after suffering a heart attack. Washington apr an army major heading an investigation of War crimes allegations brought by a Veteran combat officer apparently shot himself to death the army said saturday. It said there is no indication at this time that maj. Carl e. Hensley to death thursday a from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound is connected in any Way with his War crimes assignment. Hensley 36, has been serving As chief investigator looking into some 19 alleged War crimes brought by it. Col. Anthony b. Herbert. Herbert also has filed dereliction o duty charges against two senior officers who he claims covered up incidents of murder and torture of vietnamese civilians. An army spokesman said the War crimes allegations investigation is being handled separately from Herbert to charges against maj. Gen. John Barnes former com Mander of the 173rd airborne brigade in Vietnam and col j. Ross Franklin who was Deputy commander of the brigade. Hensley has been concerned Only with the War crimes probe the spokesman said. Assigned to the army to criminal investigation division Here Hensley died thursday morning at his Home in nearby Clinton md., the army said. Well senator is no a sob Salem Ore. A state sen. Thomas Mahoney says it gives him a of pain to see a conceited Guy going Down the Road with his initials stamped on personalized Auto License plates the state Sells for $25. So Mahoneyq to special plate says �??� i a in. Of is Quot in m the ultimate in Home furnishings f Kathy Bere hem Interior design consultant for appointment Call 633-3400 Kathy to Horner inventory tax time is just around the Corner and we at or. Furniture would like to reduce our present Stock As much As possible in the next 12 Days. On Friday we started our big pre inventory Sale to continue through april 30th. We tre offering from 20% to 60% off on present Stock merchandise. This includes almost every piece of Fine furniture in our store. So Why Don t you take advantage of these tremendous savings now. You Tell be Happy you did . You have until april 30th 2210 rapids drive rapids drive Plaza open . 10-9, sat. 10-5, sunday 1-5 Waldie d-calif., spent two Days in the laotian capital of Vientiane trying to understand a othe nature of this Cia War and 700,000 ?� a Othis is an appalling Story of devastation of a country we Are not at War against a Mccloskey said. Mcloskey said he and Waldie would make a full report to Congress on the trip. He said they spent four Days in Northern areas of Southern Vietnam two in Laos and one Day in Thailand. Mccloskey declared he and Waldie had been a two frustrated congressmen in Southeast Asia. He said they had been stymied by the military in trying to obtain information. He said they were shown pictures of bombing destruction in Laos but military authorities refused to give them copies. Army reports Success of parole policy it. Leavenworth Kan. Apr the army says All 95 prisoners who were allowed to spend easter week on parole have returned to the . Disciplinary Barracks. Under a new temporary Home parole plan selected inmates Are authorized a week to leave each year at no expense to the government. Two groups were Given similar paroles during the last Christmas new year to Holiday on a trial basis. That led to approval of the plan. Signing into Law a new York Type Law which has virtually no restrictions against abortions. The Federal judge panel held that Wisconsin Law could rot prevent a woman from having an abortion of an a quickened fetus in the first four months of pregnancy. In response to questions Lucey also commented on the court martial of it. William Calley and efforts to promote an immediate withdrawal of . Troops and equipment from Vietnam. Lucey said he believed president Nixon did a a of disservice to military Justice by freeing Calley pending Appeal of his conviction in the slaying of 22 unarmed vietnamese civilians. A of am not prepared to condone a mass murder a Lucey said. A of do not think the people in this country should condone the kind of act he is accused ?� asked if he endorsed mass anti War demonstrations planned for Washington d.c., and elsewhere on april 24, Lucey said he thought a people who Are opposed to the War ought to bring every constitutional Means necessary to let Washington know we want an immediate cessation of . Involvement in ?� plugs merger proposal Lucey also put in a plug for his Effort to merge the two University systems and abolish the coordinating Council on higher education Che. A of am suggesting that we strip off two layers of educational bureaucracy a the governor said in reference to the proposed merger of the two boards of regents and elimination of the Che. A of am saying that whether you graduate from eau Claire Oshkosh Madison or Milwaukee the diploma will say a University of Wisconsin it which is what it ought to say a Lucey added. Jury chosen to try Captain on charge of maiming pc it. Mcpherson a. Apr a jury of seven combat Veteran army officers will hear the Case of capt. Eugene m. Kotouc when he goes on trial april 26 on charges of maiming and assaulting a Viet Cong suspect shortly after the my Lai massacre. Selection of the jurors which took three Days was completed Friday. Before recessing the court martial for to Days col. Madison Wright the military / judge warned the panel against exposure to my Lai publicity. A ask your wife to go through the paper and get everything out before you get the sports Page and the funny papers a Wright said. Kotouc is accused of chopping off a suspect to Finger and cutting him on the neck during interrogation two Miles from my Lai. The Veteran of 13 years in the army was assigned to the my Lai operation As an intelligence officer. Protest held outside state prison Waupun wis. Apr some 35 members of the Wisconsin prisoner Solidarity committee staged a protest saturday at the Waupun state prison. The group said it was demonstrating against prison condition. It claimed that the poor get jailed while the Ricer get off. There were no incidents or arrests. But a prison spokesman said Warden Elmer Cady cancelled the usual saturday visitation period because he feared the protestors might cause trouble inside. Map were photo Gorilla gets Chicken pox Lee Simmons Iii 9, and this unnamed eight month old female Gorilla have a common problem Chicken pox. Lee to father or. Lee Simmons jr., director of Omaha to Henry Doorly zoo says he knows of no other cases of a Gorilla catching the illness and does no to know How serious it May be. But he adds that children Are usually Able to recover easily. The Gorilla has been staying with the Simmons until it is old enough to live at the zoo. Why kill crabgrass when you can prevent it from Ever being born 2.89 Ata d. P. Wigley co. 234 Wisconsin ave. A 1324 14th St. First National car Loans fast services Low rates. Right week. Next year. 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