Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
1 Aug 1971

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1 Aug 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 01, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Extend steel contract 24 hours Washington apr president i w. Abel of the Al Cio United steelworkers Union said saturday night or had Given the steel Industry Mother 24 hours to come up with a contract settlement that would avoid the first nation wide steel Industry strike in 12 years. The decision approved Over some opposition by other steel workers officials moved the saturday Midnight strike deadline for 350,000 steel work prs to Midnight tonight. Asked whether the Extension India ated the Union and nine major steel firms were close to a contract agreement Abel said Quot we feel we might ?� Quot there were some Fellows who Felt we should no to extend and that we should strike now Quot Abel told a news Confer ence. But he said the vote to extend the contract for one More Day was unanimous. The action was taken by a conference of we local Union officials empowered to Call a strike or approve a contract proposal. Abel declined to give details of the Industry to latest contract offer which was reported to include the key Union demand for unlimited coat of living Protection. And he declined to say How far the steel Industry to offer fell Short of contracts the Union has already won for its members in Copper aluminium and can manufacturing. Abel said Secretary of labor j. D. Hodgson and director j. Curtis counts of the Federal mediation and conciliation service had asked a 48-hour Extension. Quot i quite frankly thought that 24-hours ought to be sufficient a Abel said. The White House reportedly was concerned about the effects a big wage settlement or a strike would have on the nation to Economy already troubled by major strikes in the railroads and other industries. Abel said he expected negotiations with the steel Industry to bargaining committee headed by r. Heath Larry of . Steel corp., to continue today. The Racine journal times Ull Tiu Racine wis., aug. I 1971 74 ?"6 ?"30 cents reach agreement in Case co. Strike ahoy there a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas the nonesuch a ship built to the exact specifications of the first trading vessel Ever to make a run to the Hudson Bay tied up at the Dock by the Kenosha Holiday inn saturday. Its appearance honors the 300th anniversary of the Hudson to Bay company which came about As a direct result of the successful venture by the original nonesuch in 1669. The vessel is 50 feet in Overall Hull length 15 feet wide and weighs 45 tons. The replica nonesuch which was launched in England three years ago and carries a Crew of 12, is owned by the Hudson to Bay company and will soon be Given to the Manitoba museum of Man and nature in Winnipeg. Moon pair prepares for new exploration picture on Page 2a space Center Houston apr Apollo 15 astronauts David r. Scott and James b. Irwin took a two hour bouncing motor trip saturday to the Brink of a Canyon and the Dusty base of a Moon Mountain. Then they made plans for a new Mountain exploration today. In All the Apollo explorers spent six hours and 13 minutes walking and Riding Over the lunar surface Rock Hunting in the lunar dust and setting up experiments. Scott first set foot on the lunar soil at 8 30 . Racine time the seventh Man to do so. From that time they worked hard and Scott who weighs 175 pounds used up More oxygen from his Backpack than expected. Mission control decided to make to China berates ., Russia Tokyo apr communist China speaking on the eve of its armed forces Day accused the United states and the soviet Union saturday of redoubling their efforts Quot to re Divide the ?� peking said in an editorial published in three official newspapers to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the people to liberation army that Washington and Moscow Are Quot colluding and contending with each ?� Quot the Are making redoubled efforts to extend their forces of aggression to the vast intermediate zone in an attempt to re Divide the world and this has made people throughout the world rally together and attack what s where business news Page 7c classified ads Page Ioc editorial Page 14a local 4a obituaries Page Ioc sports. Page in women to news. Pettge in features Ann Landers. Page Kab entertainment Page too i to Roscopf. A Page so television Kadio. Page 9b Day to Outing six and a Hal hours Long instead of the previously planned seven. Quot Iti breathe a Little less Quot Scott cracked. Quot we done to recommend that Quot said Mission control. Scott was burning up More Energy than Irwin but he is also a More muscular Man heavy in the neck and shoulders. Mission control gave him Energy use measurements compiled by surgeons on the ground from Tel metered medical data. Quot it to a Little higher on Riding than expected a Scott said referring to the Energy used in driving their Moon buggy Quot but its a sporty Job to drive and not run into craters. If we get the front steering figured out it will they discovered at the outset that the front Power steering on the Rover was inoperable. It slowed the Start of their trip and it forced them to rely on the Back wheels for steering. Nevertheless they covered five Miles of the lunar surface in one Day More than the 4.1 Miles covered by All previous lunar explorers All of them pedestrians. Quot if you Guys get in six and a half hours like today to a said astronaut Boss Donald Slayton Quot nobody to going to Quot i can to believe we came Over those mountains Quot Scott said after exploring the foot of the Apennine Chain in the Rover. He had flown the lunar Lander Falcon Over the 15,000-foot peaks to a Landing Friday. Quot we did a cremate Irwin replied. Quot this is just a Nice Beautiful Little ?� at 5 44 . Today Scott and Irwin Are scheduled to begin their second lunar exploration period. They will drive along the base of the Apennine mountains stopping to take Core samples dig an exploratory Trench and collect Rock samples with photographic documentation of each Sample. Tentative agreement on All issues in the three week old j. I. Case co. Strike was reached at 6 45 . Saturday. A general ratification meeting has been scheduled for memorial Hall at to . Monday. A stewards meeting of United Auto workers Law local 180 will be held at 7 . Today at the labor Center. Company officials will work out a schedule for Start up operations and if the agreement is ratified the first workers probably will be called Back within a few Days. Sam Rizzo Law sub regional director said negotiators reached Accord on Central contract issues earlier saturday afternoon. Law Central team members then left and local issues were settled a few More hours later. Local issues in the Bettendorf and Burlington Iowa Rock Island 111., and Terre haute ind. Plants previously have been settled. The a awl to Central bargaining team had included Law vice pres. Duane Pat Greathouse his administrative assistant Marshall Hughes and Carl Kranjec assistant director of the a awl to Case department. Between 4,100 and 4,500 workers at the five Case plants including about 2,400 in judge Reynolds weds Eagle River wis. Apr Federal judge John w. Reynolds governor for 1963-65, was married at St. Peter to Catholic Church saturday to miss Jane Conway. Racine have been idled since the strike began at Midnight on july 9. Four Days later both the company and the Union issued statements in which each spelled out differences in wage offers and demands along with other Points of disagreement. No talks were held from the time the walkout started until thursday afternoon. The Law Central bargaining unit had arrived wednesday and met then got together with the bargaining team for the company the next Day. Talks continued until mid night thursday then resumed Friday and continued again saturday. The company cancelled its annual vacation and inventory Plant shutdowns a week ago. Vacation pay for strikers has not yet been paid because of that delay. Rizzo said no details of the tentative agreement will be made Public until monday to ratification meeting. He said pickets will remain on the lines until the general meeting at memorial Hall. This is the first strike of the j. I. Case co. Since 1960. Pc make new offer on pos Paris apr the Viet Cong has promised for the first time to identify All its . War prisoners As soon As the United states sets a deadline for the total withdrawal of its troops from Vietnam. The undertaking was Given by the Viet Cong foreign minister mrs. Nguyen Thi Binh in an interview with the associated press. She also sharply criticized William j. Porter newly appointed chief . Negotiator at the Paris peace talks for what she called the Quot unheard of savagery Quot of the pacification program in South Vietnam under his direction. Mrs. Binh declined during the 75-minute interview in her suburban residence to comment directly on president Nixon to attempt to improve . Relations with China. But she said that insofar As Nixon wants to engage the chinese leaders in a discussion of a Vietnam settlement his forthcoming trip to peking will be pointless. Makes accusation she accused the Nixon administration of ignoring the mrs. Binh seven Point peace plan she presented to the Paris talks on july i and said outgoing . Negotiator David k. E. Bruce indulged in Quot time wasting Maneu verse to to to avoid serious discussion of the plan. The first of the seven Points which she said could be implemented separately Calls for a total 31, together with step by step release of military and civilian prisoners held by both sides. Asked Why the Viet Congo unlike Hanoi has never published a list of its american prisoners mrs. Binh replied Quot if or. Nixon wants to Settle the problem of the prisoners he Only needs to set a deadline for the withdrawal of his troops. Quot then he will have not Only the list he will have their ??t . Figures she was asked whether the Viet Cong intended to produce a list of the american prisoners As soon As a withdrawal Date was announced. Quot yes this is certain Quot she replied. . Officials said their latest figures now a month old indicate that 591 american Scott dusts off his sixth sense space Center Houston apr there to an intricate technical guidance system to make sure the Apollo 15 Moon explorers can find their Way Back to base from trips in the Rover i Moon buggy. But astronaut David r. Scott has a simpler earthling to Way Quot you just follow the tracks of the Rover in the lunar dust Hack to the lunar module Quot Scott said when asked How they would get Back to the Falcon. The other system uses a computer and a Sundial. The prosthetics Story amazing overlooked by Tom Tiede new York Nea in the we can to thank our boys enough aftermath of world War ii there was a profusion of publicity Given the science of prosthetics which in stomach churning definition Means the replacement of missing human parts. Daily the new columns were stuffed with photo stories of veterans learning to walk on wooded legs or eat with Metal Hooks or lace up orthopaedic shoes. Today the Veteran administration grumbles it can to beg newsmen to visit a prosthetics Center. Quot it to an amazing Story Quot says one . Publicist Quot but the Only time news Senate schedules monday balloting on Federal help for Lockheed Washington apr the Senate agreed saturday to a take it or leave it vote monday on a Hill that would provide a $250-million loan guarantee to Rescue Lockheed aircraft corp. The outcome is Uncertain. After nine Days of debate and three futile attempts by sponsors of the Bill to shut off the talk the Senate agreed unanimously to drop a Bill that would have created a Broad $2 billion program for loan guarantees to financially ailing businesses. Instead monday to vote will come on a Bill narrowly approved by the House and aimed specifically at Lockheed in danger of bankruptcy because of its troubled Liou Airbus project. The corporation and the administration contend Lockheed will go broke unless there is action now to provide the loan guarantees. The House voted 192 to 189 Friday night for the 5250-Mi Ilion Lockheed measure. Two of its leaders said the House would go no further. That produced a Hasty round of Neotia Lions saturday while the Senate was acting on a Public works appropriations Bill. Secretary of the Treasury John b. Connelly met with principal Senate advocates of the Lockheed measure and agreed that Only by dropping the broader $2-billion program was there a Chance any Bill would Clear Congress in time to provide the Aid Lockheed needs by mid August. Quot i do not feel that the House is in any mood to do More than it already has a to to said speaker Carl Albert. That confronted Senate sponsors with a dilemma since they had fashioned the More general $2-billion Bill to lure votes for Lockheed which would have been the immediate beneficiary. By agreeing to the narrowed $250-million Hill they risked losing vital votes. Sen. Alan Cranston d-calif., said they might forfeit five to eight republicans who would have voted for the broader Bill. But sen. John g. Tower a Texas a leading Republican sponsor said the managers of the legislation had no Choice. Men want to talk to amputees now is to get an Antiwar there is indeed a reluctance on the part of today to news people to spend time in such places As the local . Prosthetic and sensory aids service Center. In part be a use there is no great demand among readers for morale building print about 1970s largely forgotten Veteran. In part also because a prosthetics renter is like a House of horrors in this age of War hate plastic arms reach sickly out of Dusty shelves Nylon covered legs Are stacked in floor pens photos on the Walls show How Nice an imitation nose looks on a Man hit by grenade fragments. Few interested yes certainly ifs Nice there Are prosthetics. But after to years of Vietnam few Are interested in being reminded that so Many Young men need the mending. Still ifs True As the . Publicist says today to prosthetics Story is an amazing one. In times past on this planet a War Veteran without a leg had to find a Maple Branch Stout enough to support the rest of his Bleak life today he May in made Mobile by driving a wheelchair with his hands with his Chin with his breath or with in one turn to Page 2a, col. 6eyes do the work with a new wheelchair which is a dramatic a and expensive a achievement of current prosthetics development. Eye movements Are transmitted by Light Bourns to Tho Obair to electric motor controlling the direction of movement. Servicemen Are missing in South Vietnam Many of them assumed to be held in Viet Cong prison Camps in the Jungles along the vietnamese cambodian Border. The total includes a score of americans who disappeared in Cambodia during the . Incursion there last year. Through intelligence and other sources the United states has firm information that eight or nine of the nearly 600 missing in action in South Vietnam were captured alive. Nothing is known of the Fate of the remainder. Hanoi published a list last december of the 339 american prisoners it claims to hold. The United states lists 783 airmen missing Over North Vietnam. The Viet Cong has never explained its failure to publish a similar list. Mrs. Binh 44, often broke into a smile As she groped for words in her almost flawless French and spoke softly of her Flowers and her children in Vietnam. Her voice took on a hard Edge when she turned to Porter who is due to take Over the . Delegation in late August. Porter until now ambassador to South Korea served As Deputy ambassador in Saigon from mid-1965 to Early 1967 and was in charge of the pacification program seeking to eliminate the Viet Cong political Quot we know something about or. Porter Quot mrs. Binh said. Quot he dealt with the pacification plan and political questions and i can Tell you that the vietnamese people consider the pacification program to have been conducted with military and political Means of unheard of savagery. This is what we know about or. Quot what we know of or. Porter is that As Long As he directed this policy he was responsible for it Quot she replied. Racine area weather variable cloudiness and warmer Chance of showers and thundershowers. High near 80, Low tonight in the upper 50s. Monday partly sunny and cooler with a High in the Low 70s. Winds southwesterly to to 20 today. Precipitation probabilities 30 per cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state variable cloudiness with a Chance of showers and thundershowers throughout the state warmer in the Southeastern parts of the state but turning cooler in the Northeast half. High in the lower 70. In the Northwest

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