Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
10 Jan 1971

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10 Jan 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 10, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin In in h vol. 39, no. 2 Ink the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday january to 1971 74 ?"6 ?"30 cents if russians increasing yank harassment i Moscow apr harassment of americans Sian in As they left a lecture in Central soviet authorities seem to be faking some Ulhand esquare111&Quot ambassy1 Spok Man on a a an i soviet hysteria to to in the United states Washington Early Friday. The vandalism apparently was in reaction to mentations and vandalism up to now As More soviet embassy a the government newspaper violent actions of militant jews against soviet of nuance than a serious obstacle to their said. A violence and other actions which threat it followed the a Strong protest delivered a othe working diplomatic situation has not cause the loathing and indignation of All Lawa to . Ambassador Jacob d. Beam. American Diplomat commented. Izvestia to publication of the statement May saturday morning the spokesman said a but another official said Gromyko told beam have been directed at genuinely indignant Sovi Diplomat was confronted by a group of men As that if word gets around that soviet citizens Are it citizens who feel like taking some action of he jogged near his Home. Friday night two being mistreated in the United states things their own against the anti soviet protests in the embassy officers had been accosted by rus could get out of hand Here. United states. Unit won t disclose recipient Sama mum on political donations Washington apr a requires such National political turn passed the funds out to state units Tell his group when among All the major Politi nearlya$700 the Leto but Theta actors avoid in am to Sar a report feels the state units Are Mak fund fails to list candidates Gressi or the Public which the Money to a hostile of spent on last year s political to transfettthe1 Static Best Don at on Quot Anni no by candidates got the Money. Ciliates of am Pac which in a single candidate Ama a by is one the a w rep bucans no Nuny Jan i tip. Pimm by con rms Quot our Board has a policy is identified. Richest special interest groups for he House and Senate overcome at fire a William Gums of the Burlington Rescue squad that we do not reveal the Indi Caw trivia instead the report simply bankrolling campaigns. W Mon h id when state administered oxygen to fireman Jame Way after he and other firemen inhale visual candidate to whom we Days i Trlcia lists such sums As $42 500 big contributor Unildo Wampac decides which cd excessive smoke saturday afternoon. William Kretschmer a father of eight head of the Merica medical to Muity juil8 4 chanter and 32 500 sent to 11 gave More Money to candidates to Aid it sends t r i e t /. A t. /�?��., head of the american medical i a chapter and $32,500 sent to candidates in the Oast year was treated for bums after the fire broke out in a bedroom of his Home at 257 political action committee. Washington a a similar group in Indiana. Than any other reporting inter heir names along with the Mchenry St. In Burlington. Story on Page a. The corrupt practices trick Nixon the president to William a. Watson exec est gip except labor s i a Harvard Law the a Rector 0, Wampac at to comm tee on pol tical Educa. A Quot a a a i a a pm i 5tl Edwardes a co Chicago Headquarters said his lion and the 1970 Campaign Jwj Quot a he d0nal"m,�?t Mann r � i ck11 Liam 7 be Quot lamed at Harvard organization knows which fund a Liberal peace fund. It jarring Vii v6m israeli l/6 Iti ail Cis it ,4�?t washing a Star candidates Are actually get each of those approached $1 the medical fund has Nodi 9 columnist Betty Beale said m the Wani the million in Ltd it of or Liruo rect the a la the Ama Jerusalem apr the with israeli leaders. He is due shortly after an israeli crowded Market place wound a copyrighted Story today. By itself but All the members of israeli government handed its to leave today. Army patrol killed three Arab tog Arab shoppers include the columnist quoting into a its Board belong to the Ama Tow the communique caused Jar members of the popular front to two children mates of the Nixon family crun#l0ka<n Tell pc Watson said and most of the proposals saturday to . .5 with mrs Meir earlier a 12-year-old girl said a formal announcement we i us cd cell � Ulvi dues paying doctors giving to special envoy Gunnar v. A ban a constructive and on 0 k. And a Man wounded the engagement is not plan a a � a the und Are als0 m Tjie Ama jarring. ?� guerrilla organization a series when a grenade thrown at an Ned for some time. The Story a Ca m each time in the past to an israeli communique said second conference of grenade explosions erupted army vehicle exploded near a said the Nixon wanted to i of i Iii by Umi i Levi iou years that it has sent in its the proposals were Given to Jarrine to second con Ortw Hout Taza town to the girls school. Avoid As much Public attention Schadeberg the 1st i r nameless summary to con Jar Reg. At a working lunch 17 command the patrol was in the area for Cox As possible before he Gress Wampac has added a by Premier and armed investigating an earlier Gre finishes his exams at Harvard letter to the House clerk to foreign mister Abba Eban. At Dan s invitation. One grenade exploded at a made incident. June 14. Can congressman who Tost in a a. D there was no Wold on what the israeli state radio and 6 the november election is Tak of ? Quot Ltd y a a a to and the proposals were but Israel television gave jarring to visit ing a one year appointment in �. � add Oacy of this report agreed Borders with its Arab some in Jerusalem express foreign Aid head wants funds he is taking a department Ujj ingress has never replied. Neighbors and a sidled treaty a belief that Israel is anxious a of defense position to work we ending 22 years of conflict. To publicize his presence Here Alf a a a i with White House Confer the communique added that because it is seen As a Victory spin a Fin i Foitik \ it c re ence on the aging which will Racine area jarring agreed to submit the for israeli diplomacy. Israel Mapul i w w i i i 11 a Vul j i meet next november. F proposals to the Arab Side in says the . Peace talks ./.tax,. A. Schadeberg from washing i weather Hie we talks that resumed should be at foreign minister Washington a fore Aid chef nonpolitical emphasizing some contribution a on Satu a. Sald he Wiz 1 last a week at . Head Quad level Mil not at . Repro that win be made to the lives of the people a special consultant to the variable cloudiness and a ters in new York. Jarring is tentative level. Nof the poor ?� president to commission on Little colder today High in the the mediator. The arabs contend that .Rnmmitmpnt for Lar a arms and eco Monic Aid have been lumped gang involved in spiritual Low 20s. Mostly Cloudy and jarring came Here Friday representatives Are sufficient j a together in annual Aid legislation in the years needs and spiritual life. It tonight and monday on a special Mission to Confer prompting the israelis to . Vurm War it in Iha Marathon Nam it. Governmental agencies have with a Chance of some Snow. Claim the arabs Are not taking president Nixon plans to Send his Aid Cochin j,.ct rep designated consultants to work Low tonight in mid teens High Al i.1 jul talks seriously enough. Reform proposals to the new Congress in late of it. A � overseas with the commission represent monday in the mid 20s. Winds what s where jarring to presence in israeli february or Early March Hannah told a assistance of which half was for arms and for ing Varia us fat Elds and pc Honky c. Schadeberg North to Northwest to to 20 business news Page id has in a Way. Raised the talks news conference. Defense connected economic help Cupat ions. B n Reserve he was Rem pm a precipitation probably i classified ads Page 5d to a higher status than when under the Nixon blueprint economic de Hannah will Pir Schadeberg was a clergy a a. Ties 20 per cent today 40 to editorial Page 10a they opened at . Envoy a elopement assistance now handled by Han Hannah indicated Nixon will seek somewhat Man for 25 years and minister ? night. Local news Page 4a level some experts say. Nah Agency for International development More for economic Aid tins year than the $2 of a Lymph congregational it obituaries Page 5d added to this is the fact that Aid would be assigned to new institutions. J Asef. Year though e. Church in Burlington before he to. Elsewhere in state sports Page in jarring says he will not be arms Aid and Security related economic sup am0um to for than be his first election to Congress party Cloudy colder today women in visiting any Arab state while porting assistance would be handled Ute in 1960. Not Nep Melvin 1 Aira in in the North. Highs 12 to 20 in in the Middle East. Separately. A Tom not very enthusiastic about it a he he was a Navy chaplain mar Winnai the North mostly in the 20s in features Caza violence a othe Hope is a Hannah said a that at an said of his budget ceding. During world War Ujj in the d e i e Iza 110 n co i Joe the 0 f f the i0uth mo8tly Cloudy Wilh Ann in there was violence Satur Early time Aid will be completely separated Over the Long haul Hannah said the Imper South Pacific and As senior was made in november Short Little chan8e in temperatures entertain 8b Day in one of those occupied from what has been supporting assistance Tam thing is to get what he termed a new chaplain at the naval am. The eiectl0l bul monday. Chance of Snow to Horoscope Page 8c areas a the Gaza strip of and Security assistance and the emphasis will commitment to a . Role in helping less munition depot at St. Julien y it night and monday. Low to Telesis pm radio Page in Egypt. Move Back where it was in the first place developed nations. Creek in Virginia. Active in turn to Page 4a, col. 7 night 5 below to 20 craze nearing epidemic proportions by Emmert dose some Are Content to putt putt leisurely across an open Field one snowmobiler said a othere is so much Beauty in the said a Oitt to always the Small number that spoil it for the journal times staff others prefer competitive racing. Woods when there is Snow. Many people see the wooded ?� no a word. Hyvo Hoon a Rod of rho dirt Kmart in Racin county u soon ,n8 a snowmobile Trail on a 240 scenery in the summer but so Lew can do it in the Winter. County town Village and state officials have adopted Laws e r 1 n a it .1 acre site South of Rochester. In addition to a 3.3 mile Trad with the snowmobile we ?� regulating snowmobiling the coun2 Quot providing a 50<ar parking Tot. Rest rooms and but would t you know it there Are adversities too. The Racine county Board recently adopted a snowmobiling Are Picoc Tobies grills and fireplaces for cookouts. Thieves have found wee inaccessible summer cottages acce 0rdm Snow to bile Sno to Beel n. Snow Mobile a motor to service the site the county has purebred a snowmobile Sable now night riders keep the Rural citizenry awake with a a has provisions against intoxicated operation fleeing from sized contraption somewhat resembling a Cross Between a which will also be used by the sheriff s department to enforce their growling machines. Banners complain that their Fields or eluding a Law enforcement officer and operating St who Mim tank and a bobsled and being sold by the thousands in the county s new snowmobile ordinance. Are damaged and livestock startled by trespassing Stio Mobil Biles in cemeteries it also requires mufflers and sets a the Snowbell. Vij. To ride Sucha vehicle. The Trad will be open from 7 . To 8 . Sundays Era. Motorists say they Are confused by the lights of a ditch maximum Speed limit of 15 mile an hour when within too feet Snow Mobil ing Sno to Bee my n. A contagious Winter through thursdays and from 7 . To to . And avs and Riding snowmobiler at night of residence phenomenon adverting hitherto hibernate is saturdays Tracine s county agent. Elwin lee., said most of the com the original draft has a provision requiring persons using outdoor buffs who actually took Forward Snow. Sno Good the blossoming business has been a Boon to resort areas Antl Comyn 0 he a o Ite Are rom Armer with Winter land for rec Reilona up rows t0 have a mtg a permits pm Al it. Adj t p y Quot to Quot. To a is a he pm utly a dorm am ub0r i a memorial especially when there is not much Snow or the Field is that was removed before adoption. The ordinance now Calls with disdain at the rapidly growing sport often amplified by Day. Clothing manufacturers Are having a Field Day coming iced he Alic received Tomp arts of Snowma for enforcement by the sheriff department with no provi four letter Worts it. Quot a no darn Good. Up with smart fits Toons to the St to it on ctr a. Mers ending on people s lawns. So Ziv Tor complaints. The sport of snowmobiling has grown so rapidly it makes service clubs whose Winter activities used to be confined to l in i i the human Post dilation explosion seem like a mild pop in such in door activities As card parties and dances or fishing a d Besu Teamia i damage to a Heronim a l f k comparison. A decade or less ago. Snowmobiling was virtual derbies if they had a nearby Lake have now latched onto a to y a tra p Ullin la a d. I it non Exi siem. Fiday there Are Ixo Babiy too Tak snowmobiles new project a the snowmobile Derby. A Cusp it fat the Hrop. A1 to a i in existence in Wisconsin and twice As Many snowmobiles. This weekend for example the Waterford Lions club is snowmobiles May have contributed to the deaths of two drug w Ujj no it r we in r hence of anyone making a drive through the country will note the sponsoring its second annual Southeastern Wisconsin Snowma cow to killed last saturday night when a car hit them on of a abundance of machines on the Yards and the Miles of tracks bile grand prix. Highway 45. The owners to neighbors told him that Shortl regu. I ions Abo forbid driving Down wild game or across the Fields and in the ditches. Entire families have abandoned the age old habit of sleeping a Accident snowmobiles had been near the farm and f my my must head snowmobiles come in a variety of sizes As do snowmobiles sunday afternoons in favor of snowmobiling. And what better Werc chasing cows. It j1 it ?z. M who also come in a variety of Ages and snowmobiling Way to end a Day than gliding Over the Snow on a Moonlit it s incidents like that that give the sport a Mack Eye. Interests. Night a Richard Lindl Kenosha county Park superintendent turn to Page a a cot i /

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