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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 17, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 3 in front the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday january 17, 1971 74 ?"6 ?"30 cents w in a v�0fx / i w /. In is it p / Asp i pm i 3hhl l it a a % Iii Ltd i v ? . Steel plans hike of i i a w 1? amp Rny i ii i i 81 � six it a .,.�?z>4 pm Iii 4ffi a. A flies it 1it a it it a a a j amp Ait it Imi Mem a i i i Wev it amps m \ % my we in xxx we Pittsburgh a . Steel corp. Announced saturday it would raise prices of three major types of construction steel an average of 6.8 per cent effective March i. The firm the nation to largest steel producer said a rising costs have continued to erode the company to profitability??t the Price hike came less than a week after an increase announced by Bethlehem steel co., the second biggest producer. The Bethlehem changes Range from la to 13 per cent. A spokesman for Bethlehem said the firm had no comment on . Steel to action and did not indicate whether it will Force Bethlehem to Roll Back its hike also effective March i on four types of construction steel which account for one sixth of the Industry to output. A spokesman said Nixon was a deeply concerned by the Bethlehem move. But White House reaction to the . Steel Price hike was less harsh than to the Bethlehem boost. Prices a othe White House is gratified that this increase is substantially less than the increase announced earlier and we Are gratified by the recognition of the inflationary problem a Deputy press Secretary Gerald l. Warren said. . Steel said it would boost the prices of structural shapes plates and piling. The hikes will Range from 45 to 60 cents per hundredweight. The firm said the prices would increase its Revenue by 1.2 per cent a and alone will do very Little to cover the inflationary costs incurred during the past year. A obviously therefore a the announcement said a othe Price Rise does not in any Way compensate for possible future Cost increases?� the company cited increases in various costs up to 22 per cent and said labor costs during 1970 a escalated Many times More than output per Manhour?� and it called attention to the $225 million it said it had spent in the last five years for a environmental improvement?� my a journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone no trouble Vith Mosquito a if youve wondering what possible advantage there can be to camping in the Winter Lack of insect pests is one possible answer. Actually Daniel Poeschel of Caledonia tending the fire made with Wood brought by Dale Rebernick left and Mike harder both of the town of Raymond can All probably give better answers than that. For some of them see Page 7a. Kissinger quits Harvard . Passing Buck on Vietnam data by Richard Pyle Saigon a the military information crisis in South Vietnam has reached the Point where even the . Command to chief of information does no to want to talk about it on the record. Many Western correspondents Here see a reduction in information about what is happening As a product of the . Withdrawal. More than Ever newsmen Are complaining about being Given an official run around. Military spokesmen instead of answering questions refer them to someone else who is Likely to say he does no to know the answers or is not authorized to give out the information. More prevalent such Buck passing seemingly has become More prevalent in recent months and is one of the chief irritants for newsmen. They contend that from the highest level the office of information of the . Military assistance command Vietnam a Macvl Down to the lower echelons a Clampdown is in effect. This is denied by top military spokesmen. One of them says that if there is less information available on military activity it probably is because less is happening on the Battlefield. A othe command is geared to handle combat information a he said a but there Isno to As much of this now and the press is concentrating on other things. A othe responsibility for these other things shootings fire bombings courts martial what i Call a police reporter to stuff belong to the individual services and they can to expect Mac to have All the details?� ignoring stories this officer believes that in apparently concentrating on incidents of this Type the press is missing or ignoring stories about a Osome solid what s where business news Page 3c classified ads. Page 7c editorial Page 10a local 4a obituaries Page 7c sports. Page in women to news. Page id features Ann Landers. Page so entertainment Page 7b Horoscope Page 8d television radio Page so achievements. He named improving Security pacification training of vietnamese helicopter pilots and other stories related to Vietnam nation or the american withdrawal. A owe never see anything about them in print a he said. But some newsmen contend that because of needless restrictions red tape or Plain timidity on the part of some officials ifs often impossible to get information even when the reporting would show the military in a Good Light just As military policy antagonizes newsmen there Are irritants for the military. For example the fact that Many Western correspondents Wear their hair Long and have unkempt beards and moustaches rankles Many spit and polish officers. Correspondents and officers have often clashed Over excessive and arrogant demands by newsmen for transportation or other needs in the Field. A Osome of these television Guys act like the War is supposed to Stop while they reload their cameras a a Marine information officer at Danang once complained. Many Veteran Saigon correspondents agree that the uneasy marriage of civilian newsmen and the military has shown Clear signs of deterioration in recent months. N. Viet Sam Sites hit by us. Bombers again Saigon a?". Fighter bombers attacked surface to air missile Sam Sites inside North Vietnam for the second consecutive Day saturday the . Command announced today. In the latest attack an air Force f105 wild weasel fight Erb omber escorting b52 strategic bombers on raids along the Laos North vietnamese Border fired a radar homing Shrike missile at an enemy radar controlled Sam site to Miles North of the de militarized zone and 14 Miles East of the laotian Border. Results of the attack were not known the . Command said and there was no damage to the flight of american aircraft. A pilots did not observe any Sams fired at the american aircraft but electronics gear on the f105 informed the crewmen that North vietnamese radar had locked onto the flight of american aircraft report planes strafed two . Tuna boats san Diego Calif. Apr unidentified fighter planes strafed two san Diego owned tuna boats saturday about 60 Miles off the coast of Ecuador according to radio reports from the boats. Fred Silva vice president of the America tuna boat association said the Aerial attacks were made on the vessels Hornet and Apollo. Two san Diego tuna boats were seized Friday by ecuadorian gunboats. Silva said Manuel Cintas skipper of the Apollo reported the attack by radio. Silva said Cutas in i first report said that there had been no injury to crewmen and no damage to the vessels. Country not known Cintas could not identify the country the two fighters came from Silva said. The planes appeared to be of propeller driven world War ii Vintage probably american made Silva said. The two boats radioed they had stopped their engines and were approached by a patrol boat Silva added. Over shortwave radio the seizures Friday were reported Over shortwave radio by a crewman aboard the Ana Maria which was boarded along with the Boid venture 55 Miles off Ecuador and towed by the gunboats into the port of Salinas the association said. The crewman de Childers said shots were fired during the seizure but that no one was injured. He gave no details. Childers said ecuadorian sailors sealed off the vessel to radio room but that he was Able to broadcast from a transmitter in his compartment. And posed an imminent threat military spokesmen said. The command termed the strike a protective reaction and said it a ois the inherent right of self-defense?� there have been six such strikes against North vietnamese Sam Sites in the last nine Dys including three Friday and More than 70 since the halt in the bombing of North Vietnam on nov. I 1968. The command also reported a b52 raid saturday in the Northwest Corner of South Vietnam 14 Miles Northwest of the former . Marine base and Khe Sanh. The targets were North vietnamese infiltrations routes leading from Laos and storage Sites. A . Army helicopter was reported lost saturday in Northern South Vietnam 27 Miles Southwest of Hue. The helicopter was hit by ground fire and crashed wounding one Crew member. Mideast Oil crisis brings Nixon envoy Washington a at president Nixon to direction a top . Envoy headed for the Mideast saturday to Deal with a growing crisis Over demands by Oil producing nations for a bigger take from the profits of International Oil companies. John n. Irwin the top state department officer under Secretary William p. Rogers took off for Iran where he is to discuss the Oil Issue with the Shah and other foreign officials. Department officials said Irwin would urge High officials of the Oil exporting firms that a mutually agreeable settlement be worked out. More often at the afternoon briefings known for years As the?o5 of clock follies a correspondents have failed to get answers to what they consider Basic subjects bombing missions casualties and background details to flesh out the Story. Some newsmen such As associated press correspondent George Esper who has been in Vietnam More than four years say their biggest complaint is the Lack of specific information on events. A othe reports we get these Days Are just too vague a said Esper. A othere is no depth to the briefings and when you try to find out on background basis what to happening so Many Guys done to know anything or at least say they ?tt?� Washington a presidential adviser Henry a. Kissinger has resigned from Harvard so he can continue working for president Nixon the White House announced saturday. Kissinger had to decide by Early next month whether to give up his Post As professor in the department of government at Harvard or return to unrest erupts again in Belfast Belfast Northern Ireland apr rioters threw stones and fired steel tipped shafts from crossbows at British troops in Belfast Early today in Northern Ireland to sixth Day of violence. Gasoline bombs set shops and offices afire in Londonderry. The continued violence stirred by the outlawed Irish Republican army Ira forced prime minister James Chichester Clark to cancel a planned tour of the United states. Map wire photo Henry Kissinger. Staying on with Nixon. Avoid losing tenure. He was on a two year leave of absence the maximum he could take and still retain formal ties with the University. A frankly i cannot imagine what the government would be like without you a Nixon told Kissinger in a letter. A your Wise counsel and Strong sup a journal Timm photo by Chuck do tac quatto a Tsuno emergency a Salt and Sand were the order of the afternoon and evening in Racine saturday As Snow which started shortly before noon continued Well into late evening causing Slippery streets. Donald o. Thornton left 1831 Superior st., was dispatcher for the department of Public works Asio units were sent out to Salt and Sand arterial critical intersections and Steep grades. Among the Crew was Richard Bebow right and above of 1900 Mars ave., who was spreading the Salt on City streets. Public works director Fred h. Larson said the Snow posed no severe problems and that blowing was not immediately planned. Related Story on Page 5a. Port Over the past two years have meant a great Deal to me?� Kissinger assistant to the president for National Security affairs advises Nixon on foreign policy matters. A White House spokesman said Nixon was a extremely pleased with Kissinger to indecision and added Nixon believes Kissinger has made a major contribution to the administration to foreign policy planning. Another Nixon adviser Daniel p. Moynihan recently resigned As the president to adviser on Urban affairs to return to Harvard within the absence. Lbs leaves Hospital san Antonio Tex. A former president Lyndon b. Johnson was discharged today from Brooke army general Hospital and doctors said he was in Good condition. He was admitted less than three Days earlier for treatment of mild viral pneumonia. His wife lady Bird was seen leaving the sprawling Hospital Complex about 30 minutes earlier. The Johnsons left unannounced apparently by a rear door. Johnson was taken to the Hospital wednesday night by helicopter from his ranch about 60 Miles North of Here. He was suffering from a fever and a persistent cough and doctors the following Day made the diagnosis of pneumonia. His physician or. Robert a North said Johnson to heart was not affected. He suffered a massive heart attack in 1955, and was hospitalized Here last March for Chest pains caused by hardening of the arteries. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy with Chance of occasional Light Snow today. High in the upper teens. Mostly Cloudy tonight Little temperature change. Low tonight about 5 degrees. High monday in upper teens. Winds from East 8 to 18 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 40 per cent today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy with Chance of Light Snow today. Highs to to 18 North 12 to 22 South. Mostly Cloudy tonight. Little temperature change. Lows tonight 5 below to 5 above Northwest 5 to 15 above Southeast. Highs monday to to 18 North 15 to 22 South. The Tun rot at.m. Lei a 4 45 p m. And will

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