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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 15, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Ructin Racine wis., aug. 15, 1971 74 ?"6 sections �?"30 cents up defense budget Laird recommends Washington a Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird indicated saturday he is recommending a Mili tary budget for next year of about $80 billion up about $4 billion from this year because of service pay increases and inflation. At the same time Laird told newsmen the Pentagon is preparing to Cut the army by another 50,000 men in anticipation of final congressional a aim to Rescue Root River rocks in the River the rocks Are being thrown Down the Bank of the Root River by these men As part of a project they Hope will being new life to the waterway. Story other pictures on Page 4a. A journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone firms news blackouts target of Sec rules Washington apr the securities and Exchange commission issued new rules saturday that would All but wipe out information blackouts by companies while their Stock registration applications Are awaiting Federal approval. Such blackouts on information Are common among businesses because the Sec frowns on release of information that would artificially raise the Price of Stock before it is finally registered. The new rules the first Complete set of guidelines on the question caution companies to refrain from issuing forecasts projects or predictions relating to company Revenue income or earnings per share or from publishing opinions concerning Stock values. Otherwise the guidelines in says lbs feared Hawks on Vietnam Dallas Tex. Apr sen. Hubert Humphrey d-minn., says former president Johnson did not discuss his escalation of the Vietnam War with Congress because he feared hawkish legislators would want to go further than the president did. A Ohe Felt the minute we to go to Congress we to touch off a kind of jingling and feeling of War that was there in Congress a to to Humphrey said in an interview with the Dallas times Herald this weekend. A Othats to not what we wanted a to to Humphrey said. What s where courage businesses to carry on in a Normal manner including answering questions from stockholders financial analysts and newsmen in connection with factual information on the business. In addition businesses can continue to advertise Send out reports to stockholders publish proxy statements and even make Public announcements a with respect to factual business and financial developments while their registration applications Are pending. For example the Sec said a firm could make Public announcements on the settlement of a strike opening of a Plant or receipt of a contract. They also can observe an open door policy in responding to unsolicited inquiries the commission said. The policy is in line with statements made recently by Sec chairman William j. Casey. In the guidelines the commission made Clear that publicly held companies should avoid seeking publicity to facilitate Stock sales in a proposed offering. Lion ordering such a manpower slash below Nixion administration proposals for this year. A of still think it is a mistake a Laird said. He said such a reduction will Cut info the Basic Force Structure and implied it will not Speed . Withdrawal from Vietnam. Aboard plane the Pentagon chief spoke with reporters aboard his plane in route to a Navy change of command ceremony at Norfolk va., where he said that High unemployment and other difficulties in shifting Back to a peacetime Economy a Oare now behind ?� Quot i believe we Are coming successfully through the War to peace economic change a Laird told the Beme daled Navy officers and their White gloved wives on the hangar deck of the aircraft Carrier Independence. In his airborne news conference Laird made a pitch for keeping up the level of the defense budget in order to negotiate from strength. A of feel this is not the time to make a further reduction in the Over All defense budget a he said. While declining to be specific on his budget proposals to president Nixon for the coming fiscal year Laird hinted his recommendations Are in the neighbourhood of $80 billion. Asked whether that was the figure Laird replied that a oin order to maintain our military strength a figure in that area is about ?� congressional boost in this connection he said he had moved to adjust upward earlier budget guidance he had Given the armed services to help them plan for next year. Associates said the a add Onsy to his earlier guidance envisioning a $79 billion budget were intended to provide More Money to increase ship and aircraft operation time in other words to step up combat readiness. The Nixon administration North Vietnam is producing quantities of opium for exp sort to red China and the soviet Union . Informants asserted in Saigon saturday. One source said some of the opium undoubtedly ends up in Saigon. See Story on Page 2a. 1111111111 la 1111111m1111111111111111111111 last Winter proposed a $76 billion defense spending budget for the 12 months that began july i. Congress has moved to boost that total to about $77.6 billion by piling additional military pay increases on top of those the administration proposed to bring about an Al Volunteer Force by mid 1973. In a unique departure from past practice Laird has arranged for the joint chiefs of staff to argue against defense budget cuts in sessions with such administration officials As Secretary of the Treasury John b. Connally budget director Charles Shultz and atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell. The military chiefs already have met with Nixon to make their Case. A othe chiefs should have an Opportunity to speak their minds without any censorship by me a Laird said. Volunteers help out daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Wilsman 4131 Pennington Lane As she volunteered to help with a free immunization program. She and other volunteers assisted in a state division of health and Racine health department program being conducted through monday to augment Racine to regular free immunization clinics. Cindy has also worked As a Volunteer at the Lakeside school a facility for special education students. Story More pictures on Page 6a. N. Irish toll reaches 26 Belfast Northern Ireland apr a British Soldier was shot and killed saturday night As he moved in with fellow troopers to disperse a crowd gathered near the roman Catholic Ardoyne area in Belfast. He was the third Soldier and the 26th person to die in Northern Ireland in a week to fighting Between Irish republicans and British Security forces. Sporadic fighting broke out in Londonderry Between Rock throwing youths and British troops saturday afternoon. Later a series of explosions rocked Belfast capital of Northern Ireland. Five persons were slightly injured when a bomb was thrown from a car into a Community Hall on Crumlin Road. Two downtown shops and a customs Post also were damaged by explosions. Bullet from crowd the British Soldier died about 15 minutes after he was hit by a Bullet from crowd he and other troops were trying to disperse. His death soured the mood of Belfast which had enjoyed the most nearly Normal Day in a week. Until saturday the provincial capital had been racked with fires explosions and gunfire. The violence was touched off when the army and police moved in at Dawn last monday to arrest and intern without trial suspected leaders of the North Irish unrest gets in Way of nation s fiftieth anniversary by Hugh Mulligan Belfast Northern Ireland a while Belfast Burns and the bullets Fly and the prime minister of the adjoining Republic of Ireland Calls for the demise of the Stormont a or parliament Northern Ireland has been trying to celebrate its 50th anniversary. A Ulster 71,�?� a handsome exhibition of the North to historical heritage Back to neolithic times and its past half Century of Industrial growth has so far drawn More than 600,000 visitors to its 37 acres of geodesic domed display Halls amusements discotheques and restaurants on the outskirts of the City. Despite the taunts of critics who hailed it As a of expo 71�?� and an occasional cancelled event because of troubles the festival has averaged a weekly attendance of 50,000 since it opened May 14. Attendance dropped drastically during the past week to rioting and gun Battles in which 25 persons were killed and evening bus senders vanished in the City. But there were no incidents of any kind and no demonstrations on the festival grounds. Tense situation because of the tense political and religious situation Ulster has had to let the world know quietly about the glories of its mountains and Glens the industriousness of its people in the shipyards and Linen Mills and aerospace factories and How to american presidents managed to have their forebears Here Long before John Fitzgerald Kennedy got to the White House Andrew Jackson Ulysses s. Grant Grover Cleveland Andrew Johnson Chester a. Arthur James Buchanan James k. Polk William Mckinley Benjamin Harrison and Thomas Woodrow Wilson. Few distinguished foreign visitors have crossed the Irish sea to take a look at the exquisitely Lovely Belleek China and such turn to Page 2a, col. I the tragedy of East Pakistan is told in the faces of its refugees. By the millions bengalis have fled Homes. Clutching children a few belongings and for Many grief too great to face. Business news. Page 2c classified ads. Page 6c editorial. Page Joa news. Page 4a obituaries. Page 6 sports. Page la women s news Page in features Ann Landers. Page 7b entertainment. Page 91 hoi escape. Page of television radio. Page i outlawed Irish Republic army. William Cardinal Conway the roman Catholic primate of All Ireland said saturday he had evidence that on the surface indicated some men rounded up in the dragnet a were subjected to humiliating and brutal treatment by Security ?� Calls for probe Cardinal Conway called for an inquiry into the handling of prisoners held under the detention statute invoked by the Northern Ireland government. He called the statute a of terrible Power to give to any ?� the religious Leader also urged the province to catholics to avoid clashes with the British Security forces and to a follow positive responsible political ?� the army feeling the Ira had been virtually Defeated in its Airn to bring Down the predominantly protestant government of Northern Ireland moved to halt the expected gun smuggling across the Border with the Irish Republic. More troops were sent to the Border. The Soldier not identified immediately was the 13th to die in Ulster this year As the British army sought to bring peace to this province divided on religious faiths. Barricades removed throughout the Day troops in Belfast had been engaged mainly in tearing Down barricades and removing rubble from the streets. There was an incident on the Border near Newry Early in the morning when soldiers exchanged gunfire with a group of Ira men apparently trying to smuggle arms across the Border. Security men now believe that set piece Battles with Ira forces Are Over. Instead they believe the provisional and a of official wings of the Ira will switch to bombing and sniping accompanied by kidnapping or assassination of politicians police chiefs and judges. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and a Little warmer through monday. High today in the mid 70s, except cooler near the Lake. Low tonight in the lower 60s. High monday in the mid 80s. Winds East to southeasterly to to 18 . Today. Precipitation probabilities to per cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state fair and a Little warmer today and tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. Chance of showers Northwest portion. High today in the 70s East and 80 to 85 West Low tonight 53 to 63, highs monday 82 to 90

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