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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 115, no. 98the Racine journal times associated press Racine wis., monday afternoon april 26, 1971 dial 634-3322 26 ?"10 cents ii a my Mem rom Mumm foes of War poverty to lobby in Congress Washington apr militant War foes and poverty lobbyists turned their attention to the Halls of Congress today after the weekend to huge and peaceful Capitol rally which a police official called the biggest in history. Kicking off a two week Campaign of planned nonviolent disruption they scheduled Calls on congressmen and 24-hour sessions with senators in a a of people to lobby to to against the War and for expanded welfare Aid. Sunday the continuing Antiwar Campaign saw police quietly Lead away 124 persons whose Quaker peace Vigil at the White House grew beyond the too persons allowed. See picture Page 4b. Arrest some police arrested Only those who refused to leave when asked and charged them with crossing police lines which carries a $25 maximum Fine. The so called a Ospring offensive of Antiwar actions is coordinated by the people to coalition for peace and Justice which helped put on the big rally saturday. The people to coalition is a Loose diverse group with wider Aims and a More militant cast than its ally the National peace action coalition. Spac seeks an end to the War through huge rallies and the people to coalition stresses massive civil disobedience and nonviolent action for peace and social Justice specifically an end to the War by aug. 28, a $6,500 guaranteed yearly income for a family of four and Freedom for a political ?� size of crowd sunday Spac coordinator Jerry Gordon claimed anew the saturday March and rally at the Capitol Drew half a million persons. Police stuck officially with chief Jerry v. Wilson to estimate of 200,000, but civilian information officer Bill Jepsen said it seemed much larger. A of would say from my knowledge that there were More Here than Ever before a he said. A owe had Liaison men out and they said it just dwarfed anything they to ?� newsmen who covered the demonstration shared Jepsen to assessment. The previous High attendance is generally conceded to be the 320,000 estimated by police at an Antiwar rally Here nov. 15, 1969. No comment president Nixon who spent the demonstration Day at his Mountain Retreat in nearby Maryland has made no comment on the protest. A similar demonstration in san Francisco saturday involved another 156,000, police there estimated. Saving Silver journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone Nixon tells businessmen . Enters solid growth Silver bars .999 per cent pure Are now being saved by Many Coin collectors said Joann Earl of a Waukegan company displaying coins at the 33rd annual Racine numismatic society to Coin show saturday and sunday at the Racine motor inn. This bar weighs one Pound and has a value of about $40. Other pictures on Page 4a. Pc offer gis Reward for crossing lines Paris a the Viet Cong offered special Protection and unstated rewards today to . Antiwar servicemen in Vietnam who Cross Over to its lines out of sympathy for the communist cause. The offer was a new attempt to stir rebellion among . Forces. It was contained in an order of the Day issued to All a South Vietnam people to liberation armed forces and was distributed Here by the Viet Cong delegation to the Paris peace talks. This order instructed All Viet Cong troops in South Vietnam not to fire on surrendering or deserting american soldiers but to give them a Good treatment. Aid and ?� it promised a special Welcome and a appropriate rewards to . Soldiers or increasing. Numbers of americans particularly the Young Are turning to an alternative society rather than enter american to mainstream. Groups have sprouted everywhere and sociologists say Many Are in them to stay. See Story Page 13a. Ii 11111 la i la 11 la i Lull Iii i ii Iii 11 Lull i la units who support the Viet Cong. It did not spell out what the rewards would be. Americans who surrender while carrying Antiwar literature or who can Point to an Antiwar record were also singled out for special treatment. The order repeated a standing offer to give american deserters a Safe conduct to Asylum in a Neutral country. Washington apr president Nixon assured businessmen today the nation is entering a solid and sustainable expansion and with the rate of Price increases Cut in half that a othe worst of inflation is behind ?� Nixon repeatedly hammered on the theme of Confidence in an address to the 59th annual meeting of the United states chamber of Commerce in Constitution Hall. With militant Antiwar demonstrators in the capital organizing two weeks of protest against the vietnamese conflict Nixon assured the country to largest business organization reject isolationism a first you have a right to be confident that this nation will reject the counsel of the new isolationists. A owe Are ending our involvement in the War in Southeast Asia in a Way that will permit us to stay involved in building a full generation of peace throughout the ?� but the Basic theme of the president was a declaration of Confidence in the strength of the Economy. A oin dealing with the future of this country if you want to be a realist you have to be an Optimist a he said. To. You can be confident that american to Economy will continue its vigorous expansion without bringing on a new round of ?� less inflation a othe facts show that we Are winning the fight against rising prices. In 1969, inflation was roaring along at a rate higher than 6 per cent a year in 1970 we managed to reverse that dangerous trend and prices Rose 5.5 per cent in the first Quarter of this year prices Rose at the annual rate of 2.7 per cent the lowest Rise in four years. A owe have Cut the rate of inflation in ?� the president guaranteed there would be no wage Price controls. A othe new Prosperity will be the Road of free markets free Competition free bargaining free men a he said. But he gave Clear warning that the White House will continue to use the Jawbone weapon of publicity and pressure against excessive Price or wage advances. Support of . Commission . Seat for peking urged Washington apr a presidential commission recommended today that communist China be brought into the United nations with the continued membership of nationalist China imperative. This was the highlight of a report from a 50-member commission set up in connection with observing the 25th anniversary of the United nations. The commission is under the chairmanship of Henry Cabot Lodge president Nixon to emissary to the Vatican. A othe .,�?� the report said a Ocan Best do its Job of War prevention and settlement of disputes if its membership includes All the governments in the world provided they subscribe to the principles of the . Charter. This Means All governments which Are unquestionably governing specific areas even though they May not control All the areas which they ?� the commission members took the position that the United states should adopt a stand for including All firmly establish cosmonaut expresses satisfaction Over trip Moscow apr col. Vladimir Shatalow the soyuz to commander says he and his two crewmen were a completely satisfied with their two Day space trip to test new Docking equipment in space. The three cosmonauts returned to Earth safely sunday aboard the command ship module after the test of a new Docking Collar and other equipment for use in building Orbital space platforms. Shatalow told newsmen the flight program was a big complicated and ?� Rookie cosmonaut Nikolai re Kaveshnikov said a owe Are alive healthy and in one ?� but he said the soyuz what s where business 6b classified ads. Page 7b editorial Page 12a local 4a obituaries Page 7b regional 6a sports Page in women to 8a features Ann 9a Bridge Page 8a comics Page 4b 10a entertainment Page 5b 9a television radio Page 5b Landing module narrowly escaped dropping into a Lake. Lands near Lake descending at the end of an Orange Parachute at Dawn it touched Down Only 130 feet from the Lake in soviet Central Asia. Soyuz to docked with the unmanned space station Salute saturday and the two Craft orbited for 5l/2 hours locked together. Salute remains in space possibly to be used again when soyuz la is sent up. The russians did not disclose How their new Docking Collar works. Negotiations Between the soviet Union and the United states Are under Way to work out compatible Docking equipment so one nation could Rescue another to spacecraft if that became necessary. New electronic finder equipment for Docking and rendezvous in space As Well As unspecified new accessories also were tested on the soyuz to flight. Shatalow told soviet newsmen in Karaganda 1,800 Miles Southeast of Moscow a owe Are still working toward the creation of an Orbital space station. The past decade has seen us move step by step toward the solution of the problem. This flight was one More ?� briefest since �?t65 the soyuz to Mission was the briefest soviet space flight since 1965 and the first manned shot in nearly la months. Shatalow 43, and Engineer Alexei Elise yes 36, made their third space flights. Re Kaveshnikov 39, made his first. Soviet sources before the flight had suggested that a space a of spectacular involving two manned Craft presumably Docking with the Crew less space station would be attempted. This did not happen. De governments in the International organization subject to International obligations under the charter on the basis that the benefits would far outweigh problems that would be raised. Lodge handed the report to president Nixon at a ceremony in the presidential office. He told reporters that Nixon had not commented specifically on any of the recommendations but termed it a very comprehensive report and noted that there had been much agreement on it. James c. Hagerty american broadcasting co. Executive and a former White House press Secretary in the Eisenhower administration said that the recommendations on China All were adopted before the recent visit of the United states table Tennis team to the chinese Mainland. Hagerty is a member of the commission. Proxmire asks space arms funds be re channelled Loaid Economy Washington a sen. William Proxmire d-wis., urged today stimulation of the . Economy by changeling funds Cut from defense and space projects to housing and providing a $7 billion tax reduction. The Wisconsin Democrat quilts a journal times photos by Charles s. Vallone eighteen months old Michael marry son of or. And mrs. David marry of 2815 Gilson st., can to seem to decide which of five bunnies to feed with their Small bottle. His Mother spent about three hours a Day feeding formula to these orphans who had been abandoned by their Mother when the family dog found their nest four weeks ago. Now that they tre on solid food a lettuce and carrots a they tre not so hard to feed. Mrs. Marry said when the quilts Are old enough she will release the rabbits outside of the City. Voters Gin veto Public housing in own area supreme court rules chairman of the joint economic committee opposed the administration to plan to make proposed social Security taxes retroactive to last Jan. I and urged increases in personal income tax exemptions be moved up from 1972 and 1973 to 1971. A Oas we Cut military spending space waste and unnecessary programs a he said a of portion of these cuts should be channelled into Job producing economically stimulating programs especially housing a he said. Washington apr the supreme court ruled 5 to 3 today that the states May allow voters to veto Public housing projects in their communities. The decision Given by Justice Hugo l. Black approved a 1950 amendment to the California Constitution that requires endorsement by a majority of the voters before housing projects need be constructed. Black said the provision did not at a racial minority and insures that All the people of the Community will have a voice in the decision. Other actions in other actions today the court a acted to maintain Aid to life reports Mao eager to meet Nixon Dies map wire photo t. V. Soong 77, Veteran official of the chinese nationalist government died sunday night. The eldest son of the . I strength in War at 281,400 Saigon apr . Troop official sources said they and mine. Chiang Kai Shek strength in Vietnam dropped anticipated strength would died at a san Francisco dinner drop about 274,000 by May i to 281,400 men last week the . Command announced today. The total was 2,600 below the ceiling set by president Nixon for May i and the lowest level in nearly five years. Or 10,000 below the ceiling. Nixon has announced a seventh round of troop cutbacks to reduce the authorized ceiling to 184,000 by next dec. I. Party Given by a Friend Coroner Henry Turkey said. The Harvard educated financier had held most of the top posts in the nationalist government before it fled from the Mainland. New York a communist China to chairman Mao tse Tung wants to meet with president Nixon in peking and Nixon is a of thirsting to visit China according to life Magazine. Edgar Snow an american writer who has known Mao for years quotes the chinese Leader As saying in an interview last december that a othe problems Between China and the .a. Would have to be solved with ?� Nixon said in another interview that no stable world order was possible without Mainland China according to life to White House columnist Hugh Sidey. Nixon is quoted by the Magazine As having said the world will face mortal danger if America does not approach peking because in the president to View Russia will not warm up to the chinese. Nixon decided to a extend the hand of Friendship to the chinese last year during the Middle East crisis Sidey continues. A oif there is anything i want to do before i die it is to go to China a Nixon said according to Sidey. Forest fire fears increase in state Spooner wis. A Lack of rain has resulted in serious Forest fire conditions in Northwestern Wisconsin reports District director Robert Becker of the state division of forestry jobless workers while their former employers Challenge their eligibility. A appointed . Circuit judge Clifford of Tsullivan to referee a dispute Between Arkansas and Mississippi involving their Mutual Mississippi River Boundary. A upheld the Power of Congress to strike at organized crime by making Loans harking a Federal offence. Upholds permits a upheld the government to right to Grant informal permits of admission to some 50,-000 mexicans entering the United states for daily or seasonal employment. A refused to hear the Case of an Austin tex., Man convicted for Possession of one marijuana cigarette butt. It was found by police who searched him without a warrant on the basis of an Anonymous Telephone Call about a hippie ?� a provisions for referendums demonstrate a Devotion to democracy not to Bias discrimination or prejudice a Black wrote. Votes cast chief Justice Warren e. Burger and justices John m. Harlan Potter Stewart and Byron r. White were in the majority with Black. Justices Thurgood Marshall William j. Brennanjr. And Harry a. Blackmun dissented. This lineup was noteworthy in one special respect. It was the first time Blackmun and Burger have disagreed in a major decision. Their voting pattern has been similar previously. Justice William o. Douglas ruled himself out of the Case without giving any reason. A Oit is far too late in the Day to contend that the 14th amendment prohibits Only racial discrimination a Marshall said. He added a Oto me singling out the poor to Bear a Burden not placed on any other class of citizens tramples the values that the 14th amendment was designed to ?� the California amendment was tested after the san Jose City Council voted 6 to i in 1966 for Public housing in the City. A special municipal election was held in 1968 and the Council was blocked when 57,896 votes were cast for Public housing and 68,527 against it. A year ago a three judge Federal court in California held the amendment to be invalid. This ruling was reversed by the supreme court. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and Cool tonight with the Low in the mid 30s. Tuesday mostly Cloudy and continued Cool with a Chance of some Brief showers by afternoon or evening. High tuesday in the upper 40s. Winds becoming Easterly 8 to 16 . Tuesday. Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent tonight 30 per cent tuesday. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy Northeast mostly Cloudy Southwest and Cool tonight with the Low in the 30s Northeast to Low 40s Southwest. Tuesday mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers in the extreme South Cloudy Southwest half of state. High tuesday mostly in the 50s. The Sun Rose of 5 53 . And will set at 7 46 . Temperatures on papa a

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