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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 24, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 4the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday january 24, 1971 .74 ?"6 sections �?"30 cents Nixon moves to gain revolution support Washington apr governors for his a new mixed sometimes sceptical president Nixon described As american ?t reaction when outlined in his excited and optimistic pushed his proposals for Federal state of the Union message ahead quickly. A curd a to Revenue sharing with states before the democratic gain bipartisan backing from and major welfare health and controlled Congress Friday Congress and the nation to Cabinet overhauls Drew a night. Appearing to push hardest for his $16-billion-a-year Revenue sharing plan Nixon called in leaders of both parties saturday in his first formal meeting with the new Leader War Economy issues ignored in Nixon address o Brien says Washington a democratic National chairman Lawrence f. Of Brien accused president Nixon saturday of ignoring two concerns that a Tower above All others a the War and the Economy. In a lengthy Point by Point criticism of Nixon to Friday night state of the Union report to Congress of Tori end who avoided the War Issue in last fall to election campaigning said in his statement president Nixon attempted to avoid the painful subject of the indochinese War by promising to deliver to Congress next month a detailed a state of the world to message. But that excuse is not sufficient to justify the omission of even the most general explanation of our country to posture in Southeast Asia. Inevitable consequences a recent events in Cambodia Are the inevitable consequences of a Vietnam nation policy that in the end is not a plan for peace but rather a plan for prolonging the War by other ?� of Brien said the use of air and sea Power to Back up the vietnamese operations in Cambodia disregard limits announced earlier by Nixon and la Crosse Man new dem head Madison apr m. William Gerrard of la Crosse gov. Patrick j. Luceyk to hand picked Choice was named saturday chairman of the Wisconsin democratic party. Gerrard a former Republican who has been a Democrat a since John Kennedy to Days a was named by party to administrative committee following an apparently Stormy session Over the successor to James Wimmer who resigned. No other names were offer the state Republican party chairman Reed Coleman has resigned six Days after James Wimmer submitted his resignation As state democratic party chairman. Story on Page 2a. de in nomination but a number of the committee members were obviously miffed at the Choice of Gerrard a la Crosse realtor and former Campaign fund Raiser for Lucey. Debate Over the prospective nominees was held behind closed doors As the committee sought to conceal obvious signs of dissension within its ranks. A show of Power after Gerrard to election one committee member described Bis selection As a of raw show of Power by Lucey. The committee sent word to Gerrard in the state Capitol a Block away that he had been chosen the new chairman. Gerrard declined to Tell newsmen whether or not he had been in the governor to office awaiting the result. Two other potential candidates for the Job had been prominently mentioned prior to the balloting. They Are former state rep. Frank Nikolay of Abbotsford and mrs. Marge Pattison of Oshkosh. One of the no votes was cast by Philip Bassett of Baraboo. Not is attendance asked if Luceyk to people had hoisted on Gerrard to election what s where a committee member who asked not to be identified said a Oletz to just say there were some powerful influences Here ?� Lucey did not attend the session but several of his aides were at the scene following Gerrard to selection. Assembly speaker Robert Huber a West Allis left the room immediately after the vote and was not on hand when Gerrard appeared and accepted the Post. Huber who had asked Lucey to Back Nikolay for the chairmanship declined comment on Gerrard to selection. A of done to have anything to say a Huber said As he left. Lawrence of Brien toe understanding reached Between Secretary of state William p. Rogers and members of the Senate. Of Brien said the Nixon administration has failed to follow up through on promises of bold and decisive action a Oon a variety of foreign and Domestic fronts. The net result of these actions has been an inability by the administration to establish Clear and understandable policy directions in a number of critical ?� this is particularly so out says nazi data in austrian Lake Baden Baden Germany apr a West German Salesman claimed saturday that 14 cases of nazi documents on the Bottom of Austria to Lake Toplitz hold the secret to millions of dollars the nazi Hierarchy transported to Switzerland in the final Days of world War in Henry Riegel who said he is spokesman for a research association Lake Toplitz a said be is prevented by the austrian government from recovering the cases. Brien said in shifting policies on the Federal budget and a othe critical state of the american ?� comments on plan the democratic Leader commenting on Nixon to plan to reorganize the government said Nixon failed to take into account vital questions of priorities and Tim no at a time a while the Cost of living skyrockets while the number of unemployed grow on the average of 100,000 a month while we remain mired in Southeast ?� on agriculture he said a othe Nixon administration to insensitivity to the needs of the people was made abundantly Clear by the president to total omission of any discussion of the growing plight of the american ?� ship of the 92nd Congress and briefed them on the proposals. The president asked for a bipartisan approach to his programs but sought no commitments in a 45-minute meeting marked by a a Overy receptive. Very Good atmosphere a according to presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler. Nixon saw to it also that governors of 48 states or their top aides were informed fully on Revenue sharing and other proposals. Aides would no to name which states were missed. A othe response has been excellent with full recognition that what Nixon has proposed a ois a very bold innovative program a Ziegler said of the governors to reaction. Gov. Ronald Reagan of California got the word directly from Nixon in a 75-minute meeting the longest the president held on the morning after the speech. Extended to bureaucracy the push for his proposals extended to the government bureaucracy. Congressional Liaison aides from 30 Federal departments and agencies met in the Roosevelt room adjacent to Nixon to office to discuss Revenue sharing and government reorganization. In his speech Nixon challenged Congress to change the course of the nation by a opening the Way to a new american revolution a peaceful revolution in which Power was turned Back to the people in which government at All Levels was refreshed and renewed and made truly ?� representing the democratic opposition at the meeting with top congressmen were House speaker Carl Albert of Oklahoma Senate majority Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana and House majority Leader Hale Boggs of Louisiana. Senate minority Leader go Scott of Pennsylvania an Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania and rep. Gerald r. Ford of Michigan his counterpart in the House were the republicans present. Early in session Nixon promised the congressional leaders his new proposals will be sent to Congress very Early in the session Ziegler said. Leaving the White House afterwards Albert and Boggs refused to divulge what Nixon said or their reactions. Nixon to meeting with Reagan governor of the nation to most populous state ranged Over his speech the Impact of Revenue sharing and Federal state relations. Agnew and atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell sat in on the session. Map wire photo astronaut Eugene Cernan relaxed in the Crew quarters at the Kennedy space Center after surviving a fiery helicopter crash during a Solo train ing flight saturday. Astronaut of after copter crash Patrick air Force base Fla. Apr just eight Days before the Apollo 14 Moon flight is to be launched backup flight commander Eugene a. Cernan saturday survived a fiery helicopter crash in the Indian River South of Here. Picked up by boat the astronaut Veteran of the gemini 9 and Apollo to Moon orbit flights swam safely away from the chopper seconds after it crashed burst into flames and Sank in eight feet of water. Cernan who was on a Solo training flight suffered Only minor cuts and singed eyebrows and eyelids. A passing boat picked Bim up within minutes and took him to a nearby Marina. From there he was driven in a sheriff to car to nearby Patrick air Force base where a space Agency physician or. John t. Teegan examined him. A Ohe is totally Alert and generally in Fine condition a Teegan reported. A othere is nothing to indicate any form of medical treatment other than observation. Examination revealed minor scattered contusions and abrasions and some singing of the eyebrows and ?� in Good shape the astronaut then returned to Crew quarters at Cape Kennedy about 35 Miles North of the crash site. Here he rejoined he other two members of his backup team which would Fly the Apollo 14 Moon Landing Mission if any thing happened to the prime Crew before launch Day Jan. 31. Cape. George Wilson of the Brevard county sheriff to office who drove Leman to Patrick said a Ohe appeared to be in Good shape. He was less Shook up than some people in the scr a after they the had minor fender bending accidents. He was real ?� Cernan was in the Bell 47 helicopter about 30 minutes before the Accident. Purpose of the flight was to practice Moon Landing techniques in a vehicle whose operation is similar in Many ways to the Apollo lunar Landing Craft. A witness William Quinlivan reported Cernan was flying Low Over the Indian River about 2,000 feet offshore. A a a a a a Page so c classified in Ica local 4a obituaries Page cd in Lattene to news Page id features the Story of a legislative Bill by Glenn Surendonk j Oumauk Imes staff a Bill is bom introduced in the legislature it can grow by Way of amendments and it can die Bills asking the repeal of Wisconsin to tax on Oleo for example have died often. This is the Story of a Bill a How it is created the journey it takes through the legislature before becoming a Law and the role you the citizen can play. The state to lawmaking process offers an Opportunity for you to study follow and take part in proposed legislation the Wisconsin taxpayers Alliance says. Anyone May appear to speak for or against a Bill when it reaches the Public hearing stage but More about that later. How is a Bill bom any member individually or together with members of either House the Senate or Assembly May introduce a Bill. Bills May also be introduced by committees of the legislature. Many topics nearly All Bills in Wisconsin seek to Amend repeal or create sections of the statutes the general Law of the state. Bills facing the 1971 legislature cover such topics As Legal holidays on mondays family planning and contraceptives laundry detergents and bus exhaust pipes. Also there is a measure that would designate Galena As the state Mineral and red Granite As the state Rock. A legislator can write the Bill himself or hire a lawyer to do it but neither process is necessary. Wisconsin maintains an Agency the legislative reference Library in the Capitol at Madison where qualified Bill craftsmen prepare legislative proposals at the request of legislators committee or private citizens upon the request of a legislator. If a legislators to constituent unified schools to resume Normal schedule monday a tuscan St cum i it add. I 4 aaa i garters Page so Page in Page so Page 9b style setter a this Elk a the Racine zoo Isno to trying to establish a new Tad lot headgear. Some prankster recently threw an old rubber into the animal to pen and the Elk s attack of the one time shoe Saver resulted in this predicament. Unified District schools will resume Normal operations monday morning following saturday acceptance of a new contract by service employees local 152. Union approval ended a strike that put the schools on part time operations for eight Days. However the Board of education still has to give a final Okay to the new contract now scheduled for monday night. Board president Paul t Bishop i d a special meeting has been scheduled at the Sadatis Stative offices on Northwestern Avenue at 7 . For final action. He foresaw no hitches e Nave Confidence in our fir t a a i to team and what they arrived at and there should no to be any Pron tem in affirming it a Bishop commented. The Union vote on the contract was reportedly 297-7 Tor adoption. School officials said the total contract retroactive to sept. I 1970, and expiring aug m ism in m a Ord was reached in mediation interact Hig Hish to include in full time cafeteria workers hourly is of from 18 to 19 cents ranging the e per hour from $2 28 to $2 88, with he s chief Cook in be High schools drawing or building service employees me turfing radians engineers truck Drivers and Ime Nance men a Routhe Hoard Railes of 7 Large from $3.92 to $4,38 per hour workers in both categories in addition will another three cents tacked on their salary Edu Jet at the end of August. Be ides that a sum equal to 2 4 cents times number of hours worked per year will be d to All the employees in both categories asks him to have a Bill prepared requiring All motorists to sound their horns at every intersection the lawmaker can bring the request to the legislative reference Library where craftsmen will go to work on it. After deadline in the Assembly introduction of Bills is generally limited to the first 50 Calendar Days of the session. If the instructions for drafting Are filed by the deadline with the legislative reference Library the proposal May be in turn to Page amp a col. I Racine area weather mostly Cloudy today Little change in temperature with Chance of Tew Snow flurries. High in the Low 39s. Tonight and monday mostly Cloudy and a Little colder with a few periods of Light Snow or Snow flurries Likely. Low tonight i the Low teens and High monday in the mid 29s. Variable wolds h to 14 today. Prec pita lion probe Hill ties 19 per Cern today and 40 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy and not much change in temperatures wish occasional Snow flurries Likely North and Chance of Snow flurries South. High today ranging from of to 22 North to lower and Middle the extreme South. Tonight and monday mostly Cloudy with periods of Light Snow or Snow flurries Likely. Low tonight 9 to la above North and id to 2fl South. Highs monday or Tim

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