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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 14, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 39, no. 7the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday february 14, 1971 90 ?"8 ?"30 cents nature abuse Laws need clout Lucey Madison apr gov. Patrick j. Lucey called for stricter legislation saturday put a new and bigger Teeth to into existing environmental abuse Laws in Wisconsin. The governor made his statement in remarks to a meeting of the state resource conservation Council. Nowhere the polluter proves unable or unwilling to carry out a restoration to the department of natural resources to satisfaction a Lucey said a othe department must have authority to do the Job at the polluters to ?� lacking those Powers he explained would leave the state in a othe untenable position of sitting by on top of a vast pile of Legal documents hearing transcripts and court decisions while our Waters assume the taste and odor of death. A Othis cannot be tolerated a Lucey added. Emphasizing that a othe capacity of our natural system to absorb pollutants has been exceeded a the governor spoke of Long Range policies to keep wastes out of air land and water rather than trying to treat existing pollution. He urged a systematic approach to pollution control that would treat wastes As new sources of raw materials with incentives established for their reuse. Recycling process a prevention by recycling is the Only sure Long term solution a he said. To implement this Lucey said it is necessary to coordinate greater cooperation Between governments on All Levels. The governor added that his enforcement programs a should not work obvious inequities among industries a but new policies would be de signed to insure that Industry will continue and that costs of pollution abatement will be a appropriately ?� noting society to advancement during this Century Lucey said environmental Quality has �??� a Oman has been to the Moon and Back standards of living in civilized countries have increased transportation has been revolutionized but the Quality of our environment has ?� he s old hand at quakes map wire photo vice president Spiro Agnew dropped his Driver and hid his head in shame after hitting his tee shot at the Bob Hope Golf classic in Palm Springs Calif., into the crowd for a second time. He hit three people in two shots. By Richard j. Wesnick journal times Skiff Maurice e. Salstrand has been asked to stay away from California. The general sales manager of Racine to precise products division of Rockwell mfg. Co. Was in the office of the president of digital systems in Pasadena Calif., a year ago when an earthquake rattled the building. Last wednesday he was in the same office when after shocks of tuesday to disastrous quake Shook the same building. The a of invitation to stay out of California came from digital system to president Salstrand related. Salstrand who lives at 601 Agnew strikes ?"3 times Palm Springs Calif. Apr vice president Spiro Agnew clipped three spectators with his first two shots saturday in the fourth round of the Bob Hope desert Golf classic. Agnew who hit Doug Sanders in the Back of the head with an errant shot in this tournament a year ago smashed one off the toe of his club on the first tee at the Bermuda dunes country club and the Ball slashed Low into the tightly packed stands. It hit g. L. Decker 66, of Salem ore., on the forearm glanced Over and struck Decker to wife on the Arm. The vice president apologized profusely kissed the woman on the and returned to the tee. And did the same thing All Over again. Hits ankle this time the Ball smashed into the left ankle of Jacqueline Woods 35, Chatsworth Calif. She was taken to the first Aid station for emergency treatment then to Valley memorial Hospital in Indio Calif., for a rays. She was released in satisfactory condition about an hour later. Fast Ball the vice president playing in a foursome that included Sanders Hope and baseball Star Willie Mays dropped his Driver in disgust after the second shot ignored the gallery to pleas to try it again and jumped into a Golf cart that sped Down the Fairway to his second tee. On the eighth Hole his tee shot went into the crowd but did no to hit anyone. Mrs. Woods to father Walter Summers of Indio who works at sore Point Man allowed to leave Russia says . Citizen states has classed them As americans and protested the soviet restraints against them As violation of the consular treaty. There was no immediate word Why the soviets had decided to Issue exit permission to Rigerman 30, a computer Programmer and his Brooklyn born Mother mrs. Esther Rigerman. The state department ruled last december that mrs. Rigerman born in the United states in 1910, was still a . Citizen even though she acquired soviet citizenship in 1937 after going to the soviet Union with her husband. She said she became a soviet citizen under duress. American parents Leonid Rigerman born in the soviet Union in 1940 was considered by the state department to be an american because his parents we e. His father now dead was a russian born nut realized american who returned to his native land. Rigerman reported last fall that he had been arrested several times by soviet police As he approached the . Embassy in Moscow to answer questions relating to the determination of his citizenship. This Bermuda dunes course remarked a othe Ball came so Low and fast there was no Way to ?� the Fairway was about 40 Yards wide at the Point some 30 Yards from the teen where Agnew to shot flew on a straight line into the stands. The shot that beaded Sanders last year breaking the skin on the Side of his head gave Agnew a reputation As an inaccurate golfer. Agnew arrived in California wednesday for an Aerial tour of the los Angeles area where a powerful earthquake tuesday killed 61, injured at least 1,000 and damaged hundreds of Public and private buildings. Query . Budget chief Maurice Salstrand asked to stay away. North st., was in California for a National electronic packaging technical show at Anaheim when the quake ripped through lower California tuesday morning. At 6 01 a.m., Salstrand Lay awake in his bed on the second floor of a Motel in the san Fernando Valley waiting for his morning Call from the desk. Instead of a Call from the desk Salstrand was roasted from his bed by the quake. A of was thrown out of bed and up against the Wall. Then i was hit in the head by an Ash tray and a picture fell off the Wall and hit me on the Back. I crawled into the bathroom and held onto the plumbing pipes a he recalled. A Oit was the damnedest Wake up Call in All my years of travelling a Salstrand said the Motel received heavy structural damage but none of the occupants suffered serious injuries. He escaped with a bruised knee. Turn to Page 4a, col. 6 police halt walk on s Tate Capitol Madison wis. Apr riot equipped police thwarted attempts by about 1,000 demonstrators to March on the state Capitol in an Antiwar protest saturday. Several dozen protesters reached the doors of the Capitol but were quickly removed by police who had earlier refused to Grant the demonstrators a Parade permit. Seven persons were arrested. One policeman was reported Cut by ice hurled by a demonstrator. The protesters dispersed after police marched Down state Street sidewalks and herded them Back toward the Campus. Follows Antiwar rally the unauthorized March followed an hour Long Antiwar rally in the Camp Randall Shell two Miles from the Capitol. Nearly 3,000 persons sat in bleachers and listened to a Vietnam Veteran and other speakers denounce . Military involvement in Indochina. Dan Burdekin an Ohio state University student and former member of the Green berets said the United states would not get out of Vietnam a until the people want it ?� he urged the protesters to encourage their neighbors to speak out against the War. A othe americans Are causing More communists than they tre stopping with the policies in Indochina he said. A of would rather be a commander of a North Vietnam unit or a Viet Cong unit a Burdekin said. A Othey Are dedicated they have purpose. Killed to free people a Owen the killed or wounded Over a million and a half vietnamese in an Effort to make them free a he said. The Rev. Fred Kreuzinger of Madison a member of the religious action for peace group said Many Antiwar protesters Are in jail today a not because they have spoken ?� a Oitt to that we have failed to act a he said. The United states he declared a has now become the world to greatest counter revolutionary ?� mrs. Toby Murtha of Madison chairwoman of the meeting took note of the earthen floor she was standing on in the Shell which is the site for indoor track meets. A Oil to like to thank the University for giving us a barn to meet in a she said a Oit Means they think As much of us As we think of ?� Shultz sees Job spending Rise Washington a signs of improvement in the Job Outlook and a pickup in consumer spending Are cited by budget chief George p. Shultz in support of president Nixon to optimistic economic forecast. The upsurge in the Stock Market is a further evidence Shultz said of rising Confidence in the financial Community that a Strong recovery can be achieved without a new flare up of inflation. The director of the office of management and budget now considered by Many to be president Nixon to no. I Domestic adviser gave his views in a question and answer Exchange with the associated press. The questions and answers in part q. Or. Director people Are fearful of More unemployment weary of inflation and perhaps sceptical of the administration to assurances that both Are about to improve. Taking up the question of jobs first what do you see that will bring about an Early improvement a. An expansion of the Economy. Q. Resulting from consumer demand or from Industrial improvement or where else do you think the help will come from a. I think it will come As a result of the shift of policy going Back to last Winter by the Federal Reserve Board in which the Money Supply has Washington a the soviets have told Leonid Rigerman who claims american citizenship that he and his Mother will be allowed to leave Russia the associated press Learned saturday. Washington informants said they expect the Rigerman to come to the american embassy in Moscow next week and that the embassy is prepared to give them . Passports which they can use to enter the United states. The Rigerman Case has been a sore Point in relations since soviet police prevented the pair from coming to the . Embassy last fall to establish their american citizenship. . Says citizens the soviets say the two arc soviet citizens. The United what to where business news a Page in classified ads Page be editorial. Page 10a local news a a a Page 4a obituaries. Page 4l sports Page in women to news. Page id features Ann Landers Page 7d entertainment Page 3c Horoscope Page 7d television radio Page 4c �?"journal-time.s photo by Aihui p. Haas pre carnival Capers a a pair of youngsters got an elephant to Eye View of tile Racine zoo ice rink saturday perhaps in anticipation of today to first annual Winter carnival at the zoo. Or maybe they were just trying to Check out the seating arrangements for the events on the Fink. The carnival is slated to run from noon today until 7 30 . Story and another photo on Page 4a. Been increasing As distinct from a Long period when it did no to increase and from the expansive budget policies that Are now being pursued also dating Back some time As compared with a very tight budget in fiscal 1969. Q. Do you think this is going to he pretty much a made i Washington recovery a. No. Nothing As pervasive As a recovery in the Economy can be said to be generated in Washington exclusively. But the monetary growth particularly As Well As the budget give the support that to needed. As the Economy begins to generate steam i think Well see rising Confidence on the part of Consumers and the Economy will Start to jump. In fact i think the Economy is already in an upwardly moving posture. Turn to Page 2a, col. 2 halt curbing of smut mail los Angeles apr the . Post office has been prohibited temporarily from enforcing a new Law preventing the mailing of a sexually oriented mail to persons who done to want it. The Law which became effective feb. I a Omay have a chilling effect upon the exercise of freedoms of speech and press a . Dist. Court judge e. Avery Crary ruled in granting a temporary restraining order against the Post office. Crary set a hearing for next tuesday on a preliminary injunction sought by five mail order firms and eight individuals. Lawyers for the plaintiffs contend the Law allows pre censorship by postal authorities and is unconstitutional. It write to Lei Money my. A a giving him a Valentine Yon made yourself. Love is Many things in Racine. See pictures and stories in women to Section. Luceyk to father ill Prairie Duchien apr Gregory Lucey father of gov. Patrick j. Lucey remained in a of poor condition at memorial Hospital today hut physicians reported he was a of bit ?� Racine area weather Cloudy and warmer with occasional Light Snow today. High in the mid 20s. Some Light Snow tonight. Low in the upper teens. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. High in Low 30s. Winds southerly to to 20 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 50 per cent today 30 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy and warmer today with occasional Snow Likely. Highs mostly in the 20s. Tonight mostly Cloudy with Chance of some Light Snow East with lows mostly in teens. Monday partly Cloudy a Little warmer. Highs 25 to 35
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