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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 28, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Rte detachment Issue in hands of state Board 78 ?"6 sections �?"30 cents Quot the sad part of this whole tiling has been the arrogance of the Racine technical Institute Board a state rep. Merrill Stalbaum said As he summed up his feelings at saturday s hearing on the future of the Rte District. Seated in front of him Are Rte Board members Robert Kish left and Sam Rizzo. By Jerry Wilkerson journal times staff. The destiny of Racine technical Institute District no. 7 now is solely in the hands of the Wisconsin Board of vocational technical amp adult education. But its members who attended saturday to five hour Public hearing on Western District detachment requests refuse to share even a hint of what that Fate May be until their March 9 meeting. State Board chairman Joseph n. Noll who served As Moderator at the Long but relatively Calm discussion of the issues involved in the detachment petitions said he will push for a final decision on the requests at that time. A Owen the had All the facts and Damn near All the non facts on the Case Noll quipped to those in the audience who Hung on to the 4 . Adjournment. The audience estimated at Well Over 200 in the morning had dwindled to roughly half by then with Many who had signed up to speak leaving before their turn came. Noll told the surviving a Owen Tell hear you out and play with you As Long As we can. But we have an obligation to the people of this county to give them an answer As soon As possible and we Tell do it Good bad or ?� he also said the state Board will most Likely decide at that same meeting to begin at 9 30 . At the Madison area technical College on refs request for $311,000 in Federal funds to help constrict its first expansion building on the controversial lakefront site scheduled to begin this Spring. State director Eugene Lehr Mann said in an interview he Wall again recommend Board approval of the funding As he did earlier this month turn to Page 4a, col. I school Bond referendum local elections tuesday unified school District ques 7 . In the City of Racine will be on the upper right tons will highlight Racine Ancl towns of Caledonia and hand portion of the machine. A ,. A mount pleasant and vary in some voters in previous area voting in tuesdays in other municipalities. Elections have complained that Mary election. In the unified District the referendum question but there Tell be local contests voters will make a yes or no a which must be first on the at town Village and City Levels decision on a $7.1 million machine could be overlooked throughout the county too. Bonding proposal to build two because of its location. Polls on tuesday the new Junior High schools. And a 12-candidate Field for Warmup for the april 6 Gener City election officials noted the unified school Board will a1 election will close at 8 that the voting machine levers be Cut to six persons for the . Opening hours will be at for the referendum question april voting in tuesday to primary. K i a i a c j. In the City of Racine two Mcgovern klans to enter wards will have primary elec Tion contests the 15th Ward Massachusetts primary succeed David Retzinger As Framingham mass. Apr sen. George Mcgovern Alderman and in the 17th to r. O. J u n i a a. A i Ward where four candidates Sall saturday he Wlsh allll0st Cyrta Only enter the Are in the Aldermani race. Massachusetts presidential primary in 1972. Stories on races in the two a of think Massachusetts probably would be a pretty Good wards were carried in Satur one for me a Mcgovern the Only announced candidate for the da7 s journal times i a r. Caledonia voters will Eli i democratic presidential nomination said after winding up a Nate a a candidates tuesday it 214-Day Campaign visit to new Hampshire. Mostly in races for the two Mcgovern said he was very pleased at his new Hampshire new town Board seats being reception and believes he Laid the basis for a sound primary created Campaign organization. Caledonia voters will make . V1 a a decisions in primary contests but he said he docs not expect to win new Hampshire s first of. Town for own in the nation primary. Supervisor positions no. 2, 3, a Oit would take a political Miracle for me to carry that state and 4, and for Constable against de Muskie a Mcgovern told newsmen. And in mount pleasant sen. Edmund s. Muskie a Maine is considered the front ijj610 tie town Hoard is a so runner for the nomination at present although he has not being expanded to five Mem announced his candidacy. Is there a la it contests for the two new supervisor posts. The South Dakota senator said he had discussed entering stories on the Caledonia the Massachusetts primary with sen. Edward m. Kennedy Anco m0unt pleasant contests d-mass., and a Ohe has told me in to do ?� were carried thursday air Force holds 40 for drugs Saigon apr the . 7th air Force announced saturday the apprehension of about 40 american airmen following a monthlong investigation into a narcotics ring at the air base at Cam Ranh Bay. The air Force said the airmen were being held for questioning a concerning the alleged illegal use Possession and Sale of ?� a spokesman said the narcotic involved was heroin although other drugs possibly May be involved. The air Force said no charges have been filed. The airmen All enlisted personnel Are stationed at Cam Ranh Bay a sprawling base on South Vietnam to East coast 180 Miles Northeast of Saigon. What s where business news. Page so classified ads Page 6d editorial Page 10a local news Page 4a sports Page in if i i 111 i i women s news. Page in f q j Vuk a cos i la cow features Ann Landers Page 4b j Al i Horoscope Page so a to qty uoti qom television radio. Page 7c attorney Harley Brown makes his presentation on behalf of the pullout petitions of the Western part of the Racine technical in a journal times photo by Chuck Dacquisto statute District while state vocational Board officials and others in the audience of More than 200 listen. Mayor supports school Bond Racine mayor Kenneth l. Huck held a spacial press conference saturday afternoon to to announce that he supports the $7.1 million school Bond referendum which goes to voters tuesday. Huck calling upon county and City government a Oto help the unified school District in its time of need a said he supports the referendum because a Quality education demands these facilities. The school Board and the administration have heeded the advice of the Community and prepared a priority ?� a your school system is As Good As it is today because our citizens have always demonstrated the Good judgment to meet the needs As they arose in our District a Huck said. A without the sound judgment and financial support of our citizens our school District would not enjoy the status which it presently does. A othe design and implementation of the present construct mild thawing temperatures accompanied by High winds caused several weather related problems in the Racine area saturday. Above City streets superintendent Heber Brouillette facing camera discussed flooding conditions along the Root River in the Island Park area with residents. Ice jams Cen Tum program is a reasonable approach As opposed to the 1969 venture a soundly Defeated $13.4 million referendum because our school leaders have accepted the logic of the ?� the mayor said he also favored the narrowly Defeated november 1970 referendum a journal times photos by Chuck do to Acquisto tribute to the flooding problem. At right one of two air planes heavily damaged by High winds at Sylvania Airport balanced against a building. Gusts up to 70 Miles per hour were measured at the Airport on Highway 41, just West of Sturtevant. Additional pictures on Page 7a. Identical to the present one except in amount although he did not give a press endorsement. A third referendum for $16.2 million in june of last year was also Defeated by a Large margin. Huck went on to say that a of unbearable property taxi. Contributed to previous defeats of school Bond referendums. A othe property tax was not intended to support the serv ices that Are heaped upon it a Huck said. A of believe we All agree that really our dissatisfaction is with the tax Structure and not necessarily our school system and its need. A othe support of education does not properly belong upon the property tax. However we cannot deny our children an excellent education while we fight to accomplish Long overdue tax ?� in asking for help from county and City government Huck said a owe must prepare turn to Page 5a, col. I Racine area weather partly Cloudy today with a High in the Low 30s. Fair and colder tonight with a Low in the lower teens. Partly sunny and warmer monday with a High in the upper 30s. Winds Westerly from 15 to 25 . This morning becoming northwesterly from 12 to 22 . This afternoon. Precipitation probabilities five per cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature today. Chance of Light Snow in the extreme Northeast this morning. Highs from 24 to 37. Fair and colder tonight with lows from 5 to to. Partly Cloudy and warmer monday with highs from 35 to 45. The Sun Rose at 629 a in and set at . Vol. 39, no. 9 the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday february 28, 1971

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