Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
5 Dec 1971

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5 Dec 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 05, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine Journ Alti Mes Racine Wisconsin december 5, 1971 86 ?"6 sections �?"30 cents soviets veto . Halt to India Pakistan War United nations . A the soviet Union vetoed Early today a . Resolution that would have had the . Security Council Call upon India and Pakistan for a ceasefire and military withdrawal. United nations . A the United states asked the . Security Council saturday night to Call on India and Pakistan to cease firing and withdraw their military units. The Indian ambassador said his country would a definitely and resolutely say not to such a request. The United states and eight other nations asked for the emergency Council session to consider the current India Pakistan crisis which has erupted into major fighting along India to Borders with both parts of geographically divided Pakistan. . Ambassador George Bush made the proposal. Pakistani ambassador artha Shahi the first speaker at the session accused India of a Oan armed attack to break up Pakistan and asked the 15-nation Council a Oto find the Means to make India desist from its War of ?� Indian ambassador Samar sen said the Issue of a ceasefire was a not Between India and Pakistan but Between East Pakistan and West ?� the . Resolution would have the Council say it a a Calls upon the governments of India and Pakistan to take All Steps required for an immediate cessation of hostilities. A a Calls for an immediate withdrawal of armed personnel present on the territory of the other to their own sides of the India Pakistan Borders. A a authorizes the Secretary general at the request of. India or Pakistan to place observers along the India Pakistan Borders to report on the implementation of the ceasefire and troop ?� the Resolution said the Secretary general u Thant should draw a Oas necessary on the . Military observer group in India and Pakistan Long established on the Kashmir cease fire line. It called upon India and Pakistan to promote a othe creation of a climate conducive to the voluntary return of the millions of East Pakistan refugees now in India and to accept Thant to offer of help to secure peace. It asked Thant to report to the Council As soon As possible on the outcome and appealed to All countries a Oto refrain from any action that would endanger peace in the ?� the Council earlier deferred action on a soviet and Indian proposal that a representative of the East pakistani rebels be invited to address the urgent session on the conflict. Shahi made a veiled threat that Pakistan would quit the United nations if the Council acceded to the proposal. To Accord such an invitation would set a dangerous precedent he declared and should that happen a Pakistan would have to seriously reappraise its co operation with the United nations and the Security ?� Shahi said East Pakistan has been under a massive Indian attack and on Friday a India opened four new fronts this time against the Western part of ?� denying India to claim that it had acted in self defense he said it was fantastic to allege that Pakistan a fourth India to size gripped by internal crisis and possessed of armed forces a vastly outnumbered by India a of launched or even contemplated an armed attack on ?� Chevrolet recall biggest in car history not Pitt a d l r 0nn,n1 cd of aaa Lake a j a. Detroit apr general motors announced saturday the largest automotive recall in Industry history saying it is advising the owners of More than 6.6 million Chevrolet to have dealers install a restraint to counteract possible engine mount failure. Pm said the installation of the restraint would be at company expense and that car owners would be notified and dealers supplied a Oas expeditiously As ?� the recall affects owners of approximately 6,682,000 1965 through 1969 regular size Chevrolet and Novas As Well As 1967-69 Samaros and certain Light trucks. The largest previous Auto recall was made feb. 26, 1969 when pm notified 4.9 million owners of certain cars and trucks to report to dealers for possibly defective Carburettor parts and inspection of body areas near the tailpipe for possible exhaust emissions. The company said Only vehicles with v8 engines Are involved and said the recall solved loss of control of the order does not include vehicle. Chevelle corvettes or any six Cylinder models. The National Highway traffic safety administration last october advised owners of All 1965-1969 Chevrolet Novas Chevelle and Samaros to have the front engine mounts inspected. The Nitsa said reports of engine mount failures had been received from about 500 owners and Many of them in the company said it expected to have available at Chevrolet dealers by the latter part of february restraints that when installed would limit the lifting of the engine should the front mount fail. When the Nitsa issued its warning in october pm said it shared the Agency to a of interest in the problem and pledged continued cooperation in the investigation. Pm also said the vehicle owner would have to pay the Cost of any repairs. Spokesmen for the Highway safety Agency said failure of the left front engine mount one of two engine mounts in the front of the car May result in a jammed accelerator and gear shift and in the loss of Power braking and Power steering assistance. The spokesmen said repair work would Cost less than $125 and could be done in less than half an hour. Pm said that Only in rare instances does engine lift involve the throttle and become a problem following engine mount separation. Pm said that if vehicle operation should be affected by engine mount separation the Driver should turn off the ignition key and Brake the vehicle to a Stop. A you May be sure that this will be done As expeditiously As possible a the company told the Federal Agency. For War flare up child development from pre Conception through the pre Natal phase infancy and Post infancy will be the subject a special citizens to task Force will be studying Over the next year. Racine was selected As the site of the study by the governor to committee on Spe Cial learning. A meeting of the group was held this week at the newly established Racine child development study project office at 516 College ave. Journal time photo by Charles s. Vallone pick Racine for 1st child development study by Richard Wesnick journal times staff Racine has been selected As tie target of a child development study described As the test of its magnitude in the United states and perhaps the orld. An 11-member task Force and t least two subcommittees whats / where business news. Page id classified ads. Page 5d editorial a. A Page 14a local news. Page 4a obituaries. Page 6d sports. Page in features women to news. Page in Ann Landers Page 2c crossword Page Isa entertainment Page 7b Horoscope Page 4c television radio Page 11b Over the next year will be developing a blueprint for a a prototype project in which new methods would be tried for helping children who for any number of reasons Are not learning in our present regular school ?� the present approach is to set up a special service for each Type of learning Handicap but the service usually begins Only after the Handicap has become serious enough that the child can no longer Cone w the the Normal school and Community environment. This approach has sever 11 i advantages it is expensive it often does no to work and the services done to reach All who need them. The child development system will a Otry to assure that every child from the time of Conception develops the capabilities Behaviours and attitudes needed to succeed in ?� this theoretically would be accomplished in two ways a a first by preventing the environmental conditions that cause handicaps and second by accommodating individual differences within the regular system so that these differences need not be handicaps to ?� the project evolved from proposals made by the governor to committee on special learning which was formed in 1970 on the recommendation of the governor to commission on education the Kellett commission. Robert Manegold a Milwaukee industrialist and chairman of the committee on special learning explained that two of the Overall goals will be to prevent the need for special education and end the reinforcing of special education by segregation of children with learning handicaps. Realizing that such a project could not be studied on a statewide level the commit tee sought to set up a prototype. Because the committee was unable to find one True demographic prototype it determined t h e necessity to establish two one in an Urban area and one in a Rural area. Marinette county was selected for the Rural study but the program is not yet established there. Three cities were considered for the Urban Experiment Milwaukee Beloit and Racine which Manegold said was finally chosen because of its Christmas re countdown 120 More shopping Days 5 More mailing Days for local packages and out of town cards 12/s reputation As a progressive Community. To undertake the project Kenneth r. Ingle jr., an Industrial Engineer was appointed coordinator at the state level. Joseph Turpin of 1641 Wisconsin ave., former project consultant for the Kenosha unified school District to child conservation Center was named ais1 Racine coordinator. The Racine child development study project established its Headquarters in an office at 516 College ave. And an a member task Force was named to develop the Means for achieving the project goals. The task Force chairman is William Kidd Board chairman of Western publishing co. Other members Are Edward Hales Racine attorney Tony Valeo United Auto workers International representative mrs. Jerome Meldgaard of 5324 Cynthia Lane Rev. Stephen v. Labaj pastor of holy Trinity Catholic Church c. Richard Nelson superintendent of the Racine unified school District judge John c. Ahlgrimm John Dewey publisher of the Racine Roumal times mrs. Julian Thomas of 703 North St. Or. Alfred e. Graf and Garth r. Seehawer attorney and a county Board supervisor. Task Force observers Are Daniel Johnson director of the Racine county planning Council for health and social services and Harland n. Cisney vice president and consultant to the chairman of s. C. Johnson amp son inc. Kidd explained that the task Force is a policy committee which will set up the procedures of the study review its Progress and results and formulate recommendations to the governor. In selecting the task Force turn to Page 7a, col. I Washington a the state department saturday blamed India for the flare up of fighting Between India and Pakistan. In so doing a High state department official also said the massive . Economic Aid program for India is under review. The state department earlier this week announced a cutoff of the Small scale . Arms shipments to India. Speaking to newsmen after the United states had called for an urgent . Security Council meeting in an Effort to quell the India pakistani hostilities the High official authorized direct quotation of this statement a owe believe since the beginning of the crisis that Indian policy in a systematic Way has led to perpetuation of the crisis a deepening of the crisis and that India bears the major responsibility for the broader hostilities which have ?� the state department authority who otherwise allowed no direct quotation of his remarks went into no detail concerning the scrutiny of economic Aid to India except to say it will be under Active review As the situation unfolds in the subcontinent. The official was not optimistic about any efforts by the big Powers to halt the fighting. He said he believes none of the top three the United states the soviet Union and communist China has a great Deal of influence with either India or Pakistan. Nor he added is there any indication that any of these Powers wants to get involved in the dispute. . Economic assistance to India is slated to run some $400 million this year under present programs. The arms flow was reported at Only some $5 million annually before the cutoff. The official said . Aid to Pakistan scheduled at about the $200-million annual level had already been put under review previously. , arms supplies to Pakistan were Cut off following the pakistani move last March to quell East Pakistan to separatist movement by Force. Reciting the . View of the developing India Pakistan crisis the High state department official told of a series of efforts for a solution which he said had been generally accepted by Pakistan and turned Down by India. Map wire photo won / Campaign rep. Wilbur Mills d-ark., said saturday in new York he would not Campaign for his party to presidential nomination and announced his intention to seek re election to the House. Mills was in new York for a meeting of the National food brokers association. Or Hill / in weather our area Cloudy and warmer with occasional drizzle or Light rain Likely today. High near 40. Cloudy and not much temperature change tonight. Low in the Low to mid 30s. Southeasterly winds to to 20 Miles per hour. Probability of precipitation 50 per cent today 20 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy and a Little warmer today with a Little Light rain or Snow Likely in the North. Light rain or drizzle Likely in the South. Highs 33 to 38 North 35 to 40 South. Cloudy tonight with lows 28 to 35. The Sun Rose at 7 05 . And will set at 4 18 . A journal times photo by Arthur p Haas John g. Finneman John g. Finneman named sunday editor John g. Finneman has been named sunday editor of the Racine journal times. In his new role Finneman will be in Overall charge of the scheduling and layout of the news and feature Content of the sunday bulletin. He also will be responsible for the planning and development of the sunday edition. Finneman joined the journal times in 1963 As a City news reporter. He was named assistant sports editor in 1968. A 1961 journalism graduate of the University of Minnesota Finneman gained his initial newspaper experience at the Duluth Herald amp news Tribune in Duluth Minn. Finneman 33, has been Active in the Racine Jaycees and while serving As president of the organization in 1968 the Racine chapter ranked As the outstanding Wisconsin chapter in its population division and second out of 153 state chapters. He also earned the outstanding president award. He also is a member of the Racine juvenile offenders committee and a member of the Board of directors of big Brothers of greater Racine inc. Los. Blames India f

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