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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 01, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Newsstand a single copy daily 10c sunday 30c. Homa Del vary rates in Racine City zone 75c per week and in Racine retail zone 65c Ber week payable to Carrier. Motor truck service in Racine City and retail zones 3 months $9.75/ is months sit 50 one year $39 of. Mall subscription rates apply in areas where motor routes or Carrier service is is not available in Racine and Kenosha counties one year $30 00 six months $17 of three months $8 50 one month $2 85 zones 1-2-3-4 one year $36 00 is months $20 00 three months $10.00 one month $3 50 armed service rates one year. $30 00 is months $17 00 three months $8 50 one month $2 85 zones a 11 one year $40 of is months $22 00 three months shoo one month sits armed service rates one year. $3? of six months $18 00 three months $9 00 one month $300 postmaster Send form 357 to Racine journal times 212 4th St., Racine wis. Juju att mail subscription. Aust be paid in Advance dial 634 3322 member associated press member audit Bureau of circulation Inland Dally press association Wisconsin daily newspaper league american newspaper publishers association. The a is exclusively entitled to the use or republication of All news credited to it or not otherwise in this wiper and also the local news published herein daily journal founded january is31 began As weekly in 1856 Racine time. Call absorbed in june. 1912 second class postage paid at Racine wit important subscribers who tall to Sal their newspaper Call your newsboy or journey times 634-3322, before i p m la Twrwey j n in s pm Fey it to end it will be delivered. Buckle up for on every Pontiac. Including our big Catalina and our new Ventura a the Small Pontiac with the Small car Price. Racine sunday guile tin sunday August i 1971 Nixon plugs farm Prosperity in Iowa speech map gatherers astronauts David Scott and James Irwin examined a Large Rock on the Moon near St. George Crater. Both were enthusiastic Over their find which they said contained Large portions of Glass like material. Story on Page 1a. Congresswoman May enter state s presidential primary Providence i. Apr rep. Shirley Chisholm d-n.y., said saturday she is considering running for the presidency in 1972, and Hopes to enter the april 5 Wisconsin primary a oif i secure enough ?� the second term Congress woman a member of the House Black caucus said any final decision would a Obe dependent on what happens with the coalitions we Are developing to change the direction of the democratic party. A oif certain developments do not occur a she said a of May be a mover for a third party. The Only thing in to going to say at this time is that we tre working to bring about some coalitions. Which can perhaps work within one of the parties to restructure the whole ?� people interested she said people in 27 states a have already started to move in testing whether this could be a realistic ?� mrs. Chisholm made her remarks at a news conference in connection with the National welfare rights organization to annual convention at Brown University. She said she did not see any presidential hopeful a oat this time who would be Able to bring about some of the changes she thinks Are necessary. A Otheya tre not addressing themselves to the issues that rep. Shirley Chisholm concern people of this country a she said. A of nobody to talking to. Nobody is really talking about what is tearing the nation at Home apart nobody to talking about what they tre going to do to really bring together the groups in this country. Nobody to talking about the Trade Union movement where minorities Are still not Able to get into training programs even though certain legislation has been put on the ?� in a speech to the 175 convention delegates mrs. Centerville Iowa a president Nixon came to the Combest saturday to plug for farm Prosperity dedicated a dam and describe the chances for a peaceful Genera Tion As the Best since world War la. Nixon tied All this together in a speech on a Sun drenched Knoll beside the two mile Long $26.5 million Rathbun dam that backs up the biggest manmade Lake in Iowa. As he has Many times since he announced his coming visit to peking Nixon said it will be a journey of peace. Trip to objective a othe purpose of that journey a he told an applauding audience of thousands of people from Southern Iowa and Northern Missouri a involves not just peace for my Genera Tion but even More it affects peace for generations to conic because looking far to the future we cannot have a peaceful world if 800 million of the most creative Able people in the world one fourth of All the people in the world Are isolated from the rest of the ?� Nixon said achieving and keeping peace is not easy hut a owe Are dedicated to that ?� the president also said that Here at Home the people on farms and Small communities have not been getting their share of Progress and Prosperity and the better things of life. A of can Tell you today a he said a owe in Washington Are determined to help you change Rock Hudson denies marrying Jim Nabors Chisholm urged a you must spend your time organizing in every state in this nation. When 1972 Rolls around the poor must move to the polls in massive ?� she said she did not know whether she would run inside or outside the democratic party a because both parties Are going through All kinds of changes. A of happen to believe that in 1972 a president is going to be elected by a coalition of forces that we done to even see right now a she said. Mrs. Chisholm said the Wisconsin primary is important because a of happen to think that Wisconsin is one of the. States that is ready for certain changes ?� by coalitions she said she meant a coalitions of the younger voters. Poor people. Chicano and Indian groups. The appalachian Region. A Chicago by Gardner columnist for the Chicago Sun times said saturday that Rock Hudson has denied rumours that he had married Jim Nabors. In the last to weeks Gardner said he had received hundreds of letters asking if the two stars went through a a of legals marriage ceremony. Nabors in an interview recently with another reporter had denied the allegation terming it a ridiculous horrible a ?� the columnist reported that Hudson told him he had first heard about the Rumor a year or so ago and a laughed my head ?� a Oit is absolutely preposterous and ridiculous. It has reached tremendous proportions. There to really nothing to say. Despite our denials some people will believe whatever they want a Hudson was quoted As saying. A Oil Tell Tell you one thing that makes me sad. And that to that Jim Nabors and i Are no longer friends. We can to be seen together. We used to be close friends a that to what to sad about ?� after talking to Hudson Gardner said he called Tom Clark Hudson to Public relations Man and a Good Friend of both actors. About the Jesus freaks preach to porno dealers new York a about 200 Young a Jesus freaks marched through times Square Friday night preaching to pornographic Book dealers that there is a one Way a Jesus to ?� some dealers apparently did not get the message. Police moved through the area later raided several bookstores and charged eight clerks with Selling dirty Hooks. Nabors Hudson a of legals ceremony Clark asserted that Hollywood columnist Rona Barrett tracked it Down to a a wedding party staged by a group of Gay boys in Manhattan Beach Calif. A Ojust for fun they announced their a wedding invitations that Hudson and Nabors would be the a Bride and ?� Gardner said a to and movie fan Magazine hearing about the a invitation a blew it up As a screaming scandal. It ducked libel suits he added by not naming the alleged participants. Gardner claimed that other gossips latched onto the Rumor and printed or broadcaster the a of social item a again without names.2 state men die in Highway mishap by the associated press two men died in a weekend Accident in Douglas county Early saturday raising the 1971 Wisconsin Highway fatality toll to 563 As compared to 628 on the same Date last year. John Garay 45, of Bennett and Rudolph Mouth 44, of Poplar died when their car hit a Bridge abutment Over the Amnion River on a county Road 20 Miles South of Superior. Mrs. Emma Leverentz 80, of Milwaukee died saturday from injuries suffered Friday when she was struck by a car on Milwaukee to North Side. Her death was not counted As a weekend fatality. Way to build a better country is to discover again the Grace and Beauty of this heartland of America so that people instead of moving out will move Back Here and develop it ?� the president spoke of $1 billion that has been budgeted for a special Revenue sharing program for Rural Community development a 24 per Lent increase Over past Levels. Spoke in Ohio Nixon flew to Iowa after speaking at an annual banquet of the professional football Hall of Fame and spending the night at Canton Ohio. It was Homecoming of a sort when Nixon lauded at the Ottumwa Iowa Airport which used to be the . Naval air station where he got in seven months of duty during world War ii. The runway is bordered by rows of tall Corn. Nixon said he would never forget his first visit to Ottumwa. A Oit was in the Middle of a very cold Iowa Winter a he said. A owe drove out to an old farmhouse in the Middle of a great Cornfield. The Snow was piled High. Believe me there was no body of water in which you could sail a boat for Miles ?� referring to l Ake Rathbun built by army engineers to provide a recreation spot and to halt floods that have rampaged Down the Charlton River 37 times in the past 52 years Nixon remarked that he was glad that he finally found the water he asked for 29 years ago. A crowd estimated by col Howard Miller chief of the Iowa Highway patrol As More than 30,000 gathered around the Knoll to listen to the president. After his speech he boarded his plane to return to Washington. Talks continue in rail walkout Washington apr negotiators worked late into the night saturday in efforts to end a strike that has idled in railroads and forced scores of other industries to close or curtail activities. The negotiators returned to the bargaining table late in the Day for what shaped up to he the second All night session in two Days. A labor department spokesman reported Early saturday that an agreement appeared imminent. But that session broke up two hours later with the railroads and the United transportation Union far apart. Both sides caucuses in the afternoon before holding a formal session. Six railroads were added Friday to the three week old series of selective walkouts. They Are the Santa be the Texas Houston Belt amp terminal the Alton amp Southern the Duluth Missale amp Iron Range the Bessemer amp Lake Erie and the Elgin Joliet amp Eastern. The Norfolk amp Western and the Southern Pacific have been Idle a week and the Union Pacific and the Southern railways have been idled two weeks. Eight More railroads Are on the strike list for the next two weeks. Prosthetics Story amazing continued from Page 1a extraordinary example the very movement of his eyes. Moreover the ? continuing research in prosthetics need not remind one Only of War. Anthony stares director of the new York Center Points out veterans comprise Only about 19 per cent of the people who Benefit from prosthetics research. The rest Are civilians Hurt in civilian life. There Are for example 311,-000 amputees in the nation of whom All but 21,000 Are civilians. So you see we need Public support for prosthetics research even if we never have another ?� despite the current Lack of publicity the Public support stares Speaks of is apparently High. For unlike most institutional programs in these Days of inflation prosthetics research is not ailing financially. What body politic after All could Ding moneys destined to enable people to better walk without legs the eyeball operated wheelchair mentioned before is a Good illustration. It to very expensive. It utilizes eyeglasses which Emit laser beams on the user to pupils and if the pupils say go left the beam responds and the wheelchair turns. What to the Price Many thousands. A but to hell with Money a says stares. A of what to it matter How much it costs when ther its a patient who needs it a this attitude a healthy and necessary one in the Field has prevailed for years in the . As a result the . Has been Able to do such things As junk pile the old or. Strange love arms a othe ones you had to Bend around with a Good hand and replace them with arms that Are motorized. The motors Are operated by wires and Are activated by very slight movements of a Many to shoulders. Other hardware and too there is today such hardware As laser canes used by the Blind which Are Able to pick up obstacles at ground to overhead Levels. Also air Beds which form a Cushion of thousands of tiny grains of silicone and float a paraplegic so comfortable it practically eliminates the Chance of bed sores or ulcers. But if it to amazing that a human being to ear can be replaced today almost so that he does no to know it to fake himself the future of prosthetics May be even More so. There is in the talking stage the possibility of implanting electrodes to stimulate otherwise inoperable Muscles. For instance in the Case of a Veteran or civilian with nerve damage in the leg the electrode might stimulate Muscles to lift the foot in walking rather than allow it to lie dead and dragging. Or How about the idea of censorial feed Back it might enable people with prosthetic arms Hooks to feel the pressure they Are exerting on objects. This would be very important for the amputee Blind. Electronic vibrations who Elf flexible intensities might be fair substitute for the sense of touch lost through surgery. A of sight for Blind also for the Blind there is the Likely Hope they might one Day a Oseep electronically by using a form of television feedback. One idea is to record a Many to walking path with an impulse pattern on his Back like drawing pictures on his skin. Another method would be to transmit this pattern directly to the brain so that with experience a Man could have a mental picture of the Way ahead. Exciting exactly. Granted the Story is a depressing one in Many ways there May be excellence but Little Joy in the perfecting of artificial hands. Yet if one looks closely in the prosthetics centers around the nation in Between the stacks of arms legs Ani Iron braces one can see the definite development of Hope. Mini lunch specials Chicken or shrimp Mon. Thru thurs. A includes Choice of Pototo salad ranch House Toast be co and beverage. .3 # or. Steak 2322 Lathrop the Racine journal times 212 fourth St. A Lee newspaper subscription rates Racine journal times Dally including the journal times sunday bulletin it takes a great car to make a great car Deal. And right now your Pontiac dealer has both. He tsum it mum

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