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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 03, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. I the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday january 3, 1971 90 ?"6 ?"30 cents 66 die after scotch soccer game Happy new year a or. And mrs. William f u in i c a of 18364 grand ave., started die new year off right by becoming the proud parents of Racine to first baby of 1971. Michael j. Fumich the couple to first child was born at 7 23 ., Friday in St. Mary to Hospital. Nixon approves crime measure Washington apr president Nixon has signed into Law an omnibus Bill to strengthen the Battle against crime the White House announced saturday. The measure authorizes $3.55 billion Over a three year stretch for the Law enforcement assistance administration. A your goal a the president said in a statement a ois the increased effectiveness of our criminal Justice system in order to reverse the unacceptable trend of crime in our ?� Nixon has said Many times that the nation to capital should set an example in combating crime and that efforts Here have shown the trend can be reversed. Saturday he said application of new techniques and added resources has made it possible to halt and even reverse the spiralling crime rate in the District of Columbia. The new legislation will permit continued Federal financial help to states and cities for crime control and also strengthen the Law enforcement assistance administration Nixon said. In addition to financial aspects the legislation throws new Legal safeguards around the president himself and members or members elect of Congress. One Section forbids and provides penalties for a unauthorized and disruptive entry into any building or grounds officially designed As temporary residents or offices of the president or any restricted area of a building or grounds the president is visiting temporarily. Washington apr president Nixon has vetoed a Bill overhauling the Federal pay system for Blue Collar workers and giving them a four per cent wage increase. The veto message which was not announced previously by the White House was read to the House As it met saturday on the final Day of the 91st Congress. The Bill covers 800,000 Blue Collar workers whose images Are fixed by a special wage Board and Are geared to the prevailing rate of pay for the same Job in private Industry. It provides an extra pay Grade in each Job classification which would boost the present top rate by four per cent. Nixon said the Bill would have fuelled the fires of inflation with a costly and unwarranted pay ?� a majority of the Blue Collar workers the legislation proposed to help financially Are in the defense department. Speaking of Adverse economic effects he said the Bill would have Nixon told the House in his veto message a oat a time when the administration is most concerned about inflationary wage settlements in the private sector this Bill would mean that Many Federal employees in a Given locality would be paid at much higher rates than those prevailing in the private sector of the same locality. Founder the present system most Federal Blue Collar workers Are already paid 4 per cent More than prevailing rates. This Bill would mean that about two thirds of these workers would be paid at rates 8 per cent above prevailing ?� Glasgow Scotland apr fans surging out of their seats at the end of a hotly contested soccer game knocked Down a steel crowd Barrier in the stands saturday and police reported 66 persons perished in a massive human pileup Down a stairway. Some were trampled to death others suffocated in the pile. Scores More were gravely injured in Britain to worst sports disaster. A somebody fell. Somebody fell on top of him and it snowballed a a police sergeant reported. He wept As he told of trying to dig out survivors from a of Mound of ?� the game Between the celtics and the Ranger ended in a 1-1 tie. The teams Are traditional rivals. Roman catholics support the celtics and protestants the rangers. A Fleet of ambulances rushed the most seriously Hurt to the City to hospitals but Many More were Given first Aid treatment at Brox stadium where 80,000 had turned out for the game. The Only foreigners identified among the dead were a Canadian Man and his son Fraser Macpherson 30, and Nigel 8, of Edmonton Alta. A Oit is quite Clear that a great number died of suffocation a said Glasgow to mayor sir Donald Liddle. The collapse came right at the end of a game which had already been marred by numerous fights Between fans. A number of arrests were made. Officials said they were still investigating the causes of the disaster but this appeared to be what happened at the games to end there was a Rush for the exit stairways. But witnesses said in stairway no. 13, a group of Ranger supporters who had left Early were trying to get Back up on hearing their team had scored. They ran right into the mass of supporters trying to leave and were engulfed. The steel Barrier gave Way and the whole crowd was precipitated Down the stairwell. People piled on top of each other All Down the stairway from about 30 feet above. Sir James Robertson Glasgow to chief Constable or police chief told newsmen it was Clear the barricade had burst under the crowd. Tension had mounted steadily during the game and the two teams were scoreless one minute from the end. Then the celtics scored and no sooner was the Ball put into play than the rangers retaliated. And then disaster. All of the dead were men or teen age boys. One witness said he tried to give artificial respiration to some of the victims. A but out of about 30 or 40, there were Only two alive. One of them a boy of about 14 a had broken legs a the witness said. One of the survivors said a of am Lucky to be ?� prime minister Edward Heath ordered an immediate investigation. A Oit is a tragedy which is beyond my comprehension a mayor Liddle told newsmen. A of am ?� Holiday Road toll nears 300 in . By the associated press the nationwide traffic death toll reached 283 late saturday night As the second Day of the three Day new year to weekend Drew to a close. The Highway death count began at 6 Local time thursday and will end at Midnight tonight. Over the recent Christmas Holiday period 509 persons lost their lives on the nation to highways. What s where business news Page 10b classified ads Page 8d 12a local 4a obituaries Page 8d id women news Page in House speaker John Mccormack joked with reporters saturday before presiding Over the House of representatives for the last time. Mccormack 79, had been speaker for nine years and a Massachusetts congressman for 42. In the background was rep. Hales Boggs a la. Some county air tests Over acceptable Levels by Richard Wesnick journal times staff a one year periodic sampling of air pollution at four locations in Racine county showed the Levels of particulate matter were generally within acceptable limits but did reach Points where they were More than double the amount considered to have Adverse health effects. The four sampling stations a Husher Union Grove wind Lake and Burlington a were established by the City health department in Early january under a contract with the Racine county Board. The City health department provided the equipment manpower and monitoring procedures. The samples were taken for 24-hour periods on 25 Days the last Sample being taken on dec. 8, 1970. The monitoring machines to test papers were Analysed by the state division of health at Madison. The particulate matter is measured in micrograms per cubic meter of air. Sixty micrograms per cubic meter Over sustained periods is considered to cause damage to materials and 80 or More micrograms is considered the Point at which Adverse effects to health can be noted. On july 9, 1970, the Wisconsin Board of natural resources adopted air Quality standards Tor seven Southeast Ern Wisconsin counties including Racine. The standards which Are not binding by Law urge that a othe maximum total suspended annual average of particulate matter soot Fly Ash dirt dust Etc must not exceed 75 micrograms per cubic ?� they also state that a of daily maximum average of 200 micrograms per cubic meter is not to be exceeded More than one per cent of the time. A Ono daily value shall exceed 260 micrograms per cubic ?� at the Husher sampling station on 12 of the 25 sampling Days the level of particulate matter exceeded the state Standard of 75 micrograms and reached a High of 161 micrograms on nov. 17. There were seven sampling Days when the Levels of particulate matter were More than 80 per cubic meter. The lowest Reading in Husher was 18 micrograms on june 6. Wind Lake to highest Reading was 173 micrograms on May 20 while the lowest Reading was 32 on j uly 30. There were 16 sampling Days when readings of More than 75 micrograms were recorded and 13 Days on which the level exceeded in micrograms. At Union Grove there were nine samplings when the particulate level was More than 75 micrograms and seven occasions when it exceeded 80 micrograms. The High Point was aug. 26 when 141 micrograms were recorded. Burlington had the highest Reading of the four sampling turn to Page 7a, col. 5 Racine area weather heavy Snow watch this afternoon tonight. Four or Mure inches possible before diminishing to flurries monday. Highs today monday near 30. Low tonight in mid-20s, turning colder monday. Winds Northeast to East 12 to 22 . Precipitation probabilities 60 per cent today 90 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state heavy Snow watch Southeast portion today and tonight. Cloudy Snow Likely spreading Over South and East today continuing tonight. Chance of some Snow in the Northwest tonight. Snow possibly becoming heavy Over the Southeast portion by late today. Monday Cloudy Snow diminishing. Highs today 18 to 28. Lows tonight to Northwest to upper 20s Southeast. Highs monday 15 to 30. Set truce declared Congress adjourns Washington apr the 91st Congress adjourned saturday the longest session in 20 years leaving to its successors a new year to hangover of unsettled controversies. As the old Congress ended its lame Duck session president Nixon disclosed that he plans to deliver his state of the Union message the evening of Jan. 22, one Day after the 92nd Congress convenes. Nixon advised Senate leaders of that schedule after telling them he had no More business for the Congress to consider a not at this ?� the leftover disputes make it Plain Nixon will have plenty of business for the new session. Atop the menu the postponed but unsettled controversy about the future of the supersonic transport aircraft and the welfare Reform program that passed the House but died in the Senate. Traditional Call Senate majority Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana and minority Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania made the traditional Telephone Call to Nixon to Tell him the Senate to work was done. A Eureka a Mansfield said. A owe found it and we made it. ?� Back on the Senate floor Scott made the motion to quit for Good a with mixed emotions Al most All of them Happy i now move that the Senate stand in adjournment sine ?� the latin words mean without Day. With a round of applause the Senate agreed at 1 29 Racine time. The House lingered a while to eulogize speaker John w. Mccormack of Massachusetts who retired with the end of the session. But it finally adjourned at 2 11 Snarled in debate the controversy Over the supersonic aircraft subsidy was the last to yield to settlement. Under its terms approved by voice vote the new Congress will have to confront the Issue All Over again before March 30. With the current Congress due to go out of business at noon today under the terms of the Constitution and the Senate snarled in filibuster $2.7 billion in transportation appropriations were simply continued by Resolution expiring March 30. That Means almost certainly another Cross Capitol confrontation about the set for which the current House voted a new appropriation while the Senate did not. The Resolution was rushed to the presidential Retreat at Camp David md., and Nixon signed it into Law. The Lack of congressional action on the set Means almost certainly another Cross Capitol confrontation. The House had approved a new appropriation but the Senate did not. It was that dispute Between the branches $290 million or nothing for the set which kept Congress snarled until the last moment. A new year to eve settlement postponed the whole thing until this year. President Nixon to family assistance program of welfare Reform also died. With the 91st Congress the House passed it but the Senate did not. Nixon did get the Assurance of congressional leaders that the welfare Bill would get Early consideration in the new president vetoes Federal pay Bill features Ann 8r entertainment Page 13a Horoscope Page 2b television radio Page has journal time photo by Arthur p. Hama one Bright spot construction volume was company to new Headquarters office building on the been for tile Start of work on Wisconsin natural Gould have sagged Here even More last year had it not Lake rom downtown. See year end Racine business Story Page i of. Also year and edition. Section

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