Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
7 Feb 1971

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7 Feb 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 07, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin82 pages�?6 sections�?30 cents Mission completed vol. 39, no. 6 the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday february 7, 1971 Apollo earthbound space Center Houston apr the men of Apollo 14 rocketed away from the Moon saturday and streaked homeward with 108 pounds of precious Rock some of it from a lunar Hill the Moon walkers tried and failed to conquer. Astronauts Alan b. Shepard jr., Edgar d. Mitchell and Stuart a. Roosa tired from their adventure and yearning for Home fired the engine of their command ship Kitty Hawk to Start a 2-Day coast toward Earth and a splashdown tuesday in the South Pacific. A Okay we got a Good Burn a Shepard reported after the spacecraft reappeared from the Back of the Moon following the rocket firing. A we Are on our Way Home a 33v2-hour stay hours earlier Shepard and Mitchell had thundered off the Moon after 334 hours on its surface setting up a science station and collecting Rock samples in which scientists May find clues to the Moons origin. Although they could not climb to the top of 400-foot-High Cone Crater they accomplished their other tasks so Well scientists called the Mission the most successful of Many a three Moon trips. Kitty Hawk and the lunar Lander Antares docked smoothly on the first try a Relief to All. It had taken six attempts to Dock the Craft after launch last sunday. Antares named for a Start was abandoned in lunar orbit and then performed its last map wire photo mrs. Alan b. Shepard jr., wife of Apollo 14 commander threw her head Hack and released her emotions after the two Apollo Moo ships docked together saturday. Duty for science a self destruction against the Moons surface. The crash not far from the Apollo 14 Landing site was detected by seismometers and radioed to scientists on Earth. A and we say Sayonara goodbye to Antares a Roosa commented As he moved the command ship away. Shepard comes Home with the record for time spent walking on the lunar surface a nine hours and three minutes in two walks on Friday and saturday added to his records As the first and oldest american in space. He also has an unchallenged claim to have been the worlds first lunar golfer. As Antares left the Moon it soared straight up and streaked at 4,116 Miles an hour into an orbit of 104 by 60 Miles. A what a liftoff a Shepard screamed As the Small Craft leaped into the dark lunar sky. Happy cry As Antares headed upward Roosa cried from above in the command ship a what Are you doing Way Down there of fearless one a a a you be lost a Little weight since the last time i saw you a said Roosa referring to the descent stage of Antares which was left on the Moon. Then they tried the Docking series delves into negro history Carter Goodwin Woodson in 1926, initiated the annual february Observance of negro history week. He is now known As the father of negro history. Born in Canton va., in 1875, Woodson was educated at Berea College and received his bachelors degree in 1907. A year later he received a masters degree from the University of Chicago and went on to be granted a doctor of philosophy degree at Harvard University in 1912. He was named Dean of the College of Liberal arts at Howard University in Washington . In 1910, Woodson organized the association for the study of negro life and history. He wrote and published 16 books on negro history. He was the recipient of the a acpt a Spring Arn award in 1926. It is the highest award Given for achievements by negroes. Woodson died in 1950 but negro history week lives on. This year during the second week of february two eminent Carthage College professors will join the Racine journal times in the Observance of negro history week by presenting a seven part series tracing the activities and contributions of Black men and women through the centuries to the present decade. The first Story begins today on Page 6a. Negro history to the period of world War i will be described by or. Earl Spangler Carthage colleges academic Dean. Spangler is the author of three books on afro american history and was a faculty member for 20 years at macalester College in St. Paul minn., and chairman of the history department there before coming to Carthage College in the fall of 1969. From world War i to the present the developments of the Black Man in America will be described by or. Joseph quake kills 14 in Italy tuscan a Italy a a Strong earthquake battered this ancient etruscan City in Central Italy saturday night killing at least 14 persons and injuring More than too. Another weaker quake hit the area several hours later. Rescue workers feared the casualty toll would Rise. The initial tremor with an intensity of six on the 10-Point me Cali scale damaged or destroyed 60 per cent of the City a buildings. It was so Strong that even residents of Northern Rome 50 Miles South fled their Homes. Rescue workers said a number of bodies were seen in the heaps of rubble and Stone but could not be extracted immediately. What s where or. Joseph Carpenter or. Earl Spangler Carpenter jr., assistant professor of social science and director of afro american studies. Carpenter the first full time Black professor in the schools history received his doctorate in August 1970, with a dissertation on a the leadership philosophy of or. Martin Luther King or its educational at Carthage College Carpenter conducts courses in social sciences and assists in counselling and recruiting of Black students. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa National educational honorary fraternity and the National society of College teachers of education. Business news. Classified ads. Page ii editorial. Page 14a local news. Obituaries. Sports. Page in women a news. Features Ann Landers. Entertainment. Horoscope Page 6b television radio a journal times photos by Arthur p. Haas truck driving Man a Donald Vanren is one of More than 1,000 Racine area people who depend directly on the trucking Industry for a living. The Caledonia truck Driver has been Wheeling big Semi trucks for to years and is an outspoken Backer of longer trailer limits in Wisconsin Story and More pictures on Page 3d. System which had been so troublesome sunday. A we have capture a Roosa called out. Shepard and Mitchell transferred into the orbiting command ship bringing with them the precious rocks and the film they shot of their lunar surface adventure. The missions biggest disappointment was being forced to turn Back gasping and exhausted before the Moonwalk ers achieved the top of the 400-foot slope of Cone Crater. They had started the walk two hours Early anxious to get it started. Scientists Hope the aim was to seek at the craters rim clues to the birth of the solar system. However scientists held out Hope that the rocks picked up during the climb May have been just As fruitful As those they hoped to find on the rim. Shepard and Mitchell left behind a science station that will continue to operate for months to probe the geological secrets of the Moon. At Cone they had no Choice but to turn Back. The Steep Rise jammed with ragged boulders was just too much for them. Oxygen was limited and time and strength gave out. Later Back in the Lander they talked ruefully of their Battle against the Crater. Too Many problems a i think we just entirely underestimated the difficulty in going that far and getting that High in such a Short time a said Mitchell. A a it a a darn hard climb. The dust is too thin and Mushy and the suits Are Bulky and All those problems Are rolled then he added a it was too ambitious i a it was just too great a said Shepard. A and the boulders and the craters and not All of the second Moon walk had the Grimness of the brutal climb up Cone Crater. When the astronauts arrived Back at Antares Shepard turned into the first lunar golfer. He took out a Golf Ball he had smuggled aboard and then took a one handed swipe at it using one of the Moon walk tools As a club. Paying customers Only please a these pigeons in Raleigh n.c., either liked the peanuts or the Man Selling them saturday from the Steps of the state Capitol building. A wire photo vital veto Powers May be Given to new . Natural resource dept. Washington a president Nixon is expected to give veto authority Over civilian programs of the army corps of engineers and atomic Energy commission to the newly proposed department of natural resources. The two moves Are part of Nixon a plan to expand the department of the Interior and bring together under one roof nearly All Federal agencies dealing with problems relating to the nations natural resources. Both the and the army engineers have been frequent targets of environmental activists who have accused the agencies of ignoring conservation safeguards. Just revealed the proposed shifts were made to Nixon by the presidents advisory Council on e x e c u t Ive reorganization. The councils report was handed to the president last May but was not made Public until saturday. In calling for an end to fractured governmental authority Over the nations natural resources the Council noted that a natural resource programs with Broad common purpose have not been grouped together and a coordinated natural resource management policy has been virtually impossible to action urged a your natural abundance has served us Well but it will continue to meet our needs Only if we take timely and effective action to recognize not Only the demands of a growing population but the compounding effect of increased per capita consumption a the Council said. Under questioning director George Shultz of the office of management and the budget told reporters the department of natural resources would be Given veto authority Over civilian nuclear Power programs authorized by the . Study Given to president departmental Reform urged Washington a major surgery on the governmental body would make it function More effectively in delivering social and economic Aid throughout America president Nixon was told in a study teams report released saturday. In a criticism packed analysis of the Way executive agencies Are formed and perform a presidential panel urged restructuring five departments and four Independent agencies into purpose oriented departments of human resources Community development and economic growth and productivity. A we Are Well aware that sweeping organizational changes Are difficult to accomplish and not to be undertaken lightly a reported the advisory Council headed by Roy l. Ash president of Litton industries inc., of Beverly Hills Calif. A however after a very careful examination we have rejected More modest approaches for we believe that ted says Cia backing army Laos Aid criticized Washington apr sen. Edward m. Kennedy said saturday nearly half the Money allocated for . Relief operations in Laos actually is being spent to support laotian military activities supervised by the Central intelligence Agency. The funds involved in what Kennedy called a a Drain off amount to $27.4 million Over the past four years. A the . Aid Mission has been a cover for supplying paramilitary personnel of the laotian army a the Massachusetts Democrat said. The Agency for International development said a a relatively Small percentage of refugees aided in Laos Are men who have been engaged in warfare there and a larger percentage Are dependents of the fighting men. Secret government study Kennedy based his statement on a secret general accounting office report which he said fully documents Independent finding of his Senate subcommittee on refugees. He said the diversion did not include weapons or other purely military supplies but rather food drugs medical equipment other supplies and services. A the Agency for International development is aware of this and tolerates it a Kennedy said in issuing a summary of the censored Gao report. The Gao is an Independent investigating Agency responsible to Congress. An Aid spokesman said laotians who have fought against communist forces Are not excluded from refugee assistance. He said a Small percentage a a relatively Small percentage of refugees Are irregular or paramilitary forces who because they have been displaced and Are needy Are therefore As much refugees As other Lac who have not been engaged in the fighting. A a Large percentage of the total Are dependents of such people. They will not solve the management problems that Challenge government in making Public the Ash councils detailed review and recommendations Nixon said he is a in Basic agreement with the principles of government organization expressed in the report which had been sent to him last nov. 19. However he said a there will be differences Between the specific legislation which i will recommend to the Congress and the proposals made by the Ash Racine area weather mostly fair and continued cold today tonight and monday. High today and monday to to 15 degrees. Low tonight Zero to 5 below. Winds from the West to Northwest at 8 to 18 . Today and tonight. Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state generally fair and not much change in temperature today tonight and monday. Highs today and monday from 5 to 15 degrees Northwest 15 to 25 Southeast. Lows tonight from 5 below Zero to 15 below Zero Northwest 5 below Zero to 15 above Zero Southeast

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