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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 24, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
2a a acing sunday Luu Rtin sunday Jar. 24, 1971 Milwaukee Calm As Blue flu remains Milwaukee apr an epidemic of a Blue flu kept most of Milwaukee to 2,100 police officers under self imposed quarantine in their Homes saturday As supervisory employees and Deputy sheriffs wove a thin web of Law enforcement through the nation to 12th largest City. The City remained Calm. State Highway patrolmen took Over traffic duty on Milwaukee county to freeways freeing 24 Jone Man Deputy sheriff to squad cars and six one Man detective squad a vehicles for a Thork on City streets the sheriff to office said. It a spokesman said plans were to make All squads two a Jan units a total of of men after Nightfall. I the state patrol said nearly three dozen officers had been assigned to Milwaukee working 12-hour shifts and the entire 375-Man Force had been alerted to be ready if called. There was no word from the governor to office on More plans to use state forces. Despite the Job action often referred to As a Blue flu a officials said there was no significant Rise in crime in the City. The a Blue flu tactic in which officers Telephone in Masse that they Are sick and a cannot report for work has been used by police in some cities because it is illegal for a them to strike outright. The Milwaukee Job action came less than a week after the end of a six Day period in which 20,000 new York City policemen refused to work for six Days in a dispute Over Back pay. No serious emergencies had developed through the Early hours of the Milwaukee sick Call. Business establishments reported everything Normal. A every Effort is being made to avoid disruption of police service and so far we the been successful a said police chief Harold Breier. A of will not report on the numbers that Are sick and the numbers that Are working and i won to discuss plans for obvious ?� a the Milwaukee professional policemen to protective association up pay said 93-95 per cent of its members stayed off the Job. Earlier estimates put the figure at 98 per cent. The Union represents All but 42 members of the 2,100-member Force. Normally there Are about too police officers on duty on a saturday morning. Efforts to Settle the dispute which had gone on All night continues through the Day. Trustees of the papa said they had accepted a proposal by Morris Slavney chairman of the Wisconsin employment relations commission that both the Union and the City accept final and binding arbitration. Slavney reported saturday night that a othere has been some movement toward a possible solution a but declined to be More specific than to say a Othey Are talking about solutions and not ?� mayor Henry Maier who met with Union leaders at 2 a.m., and had Telephone conversations with members of the City Council said the Council would accept binding arbitration. Key issues in the dispute have been wages and a grievance procedure which would Cut some of the police chief to disciplinary Powers. The Union is demanding a two year contract which the City said would Cost $11 million. It would bring the pay for an experienced patrolman now $9,700 a year to $12,500 immediately and $13,200 in the second year. Toe City has offered a three year package it says is Worth $7 million including a boost to $10,700 a year for experienced patrolmen now with an unspecified increase in the second and third years. Robert Kliesmet Union Secretary said papa trustees Are bargaining with the City government not the police department administration and it would be up to the Council and the mayor to insure that any award made by arbitration would be implemented. Laird cancels speech at us Madison was. A Secretary of defense Melvin Laird has cancelled his scheduled address before the seventh annual inter service club luncheon on the University of Wisconsin Campus wednesday. Laird said saturday he could not make the speech because of a a conflict of ?� he said Brig. Gen. Daniel a of Chappie James Deputy assistant Secretary of defense will appear in his place. President pays homage to sen. Russell Winder a. A i he body of . Sen. Richard Russell Dean and president pro tem of the Senate was returned to his family Homestead saturday after president Nixon paid final homage at the state Capitol in Atlanta. Nixon accompanied by his wife returned to Washington after placing a Wreath of red and White carnations on the casket and extending condolences to the Russell family. The president called Russell a Oan adviser and a Tower of strength to presidents in times of crisis. The senator to body then was taken from the Capitol by a 25-car motorcade to his Barrow county Home As a chilled dusk fell on the Hilly Georgia Countryside Northeast of Atlanta. Russell 73, died thursday in Washington of a recurrent lung ailment. About 300 of the senator to friends were waiting on the Lawn of the Home when the motorcade arrived at the White two Story House. A handful stood on the Broad front porch while an estimated 1,000 others stood on the shoulder of the Highway in front of the House and along a Pecan tree lined driveway. A military Honor guard slowly carried the Flag draped Metal casket into the House. The mourners then passed slowly through a Small simply furnished sitting room where the coffin was placed with a Large american Flag nearby. Russell will be buried sunday beside his parents in a family cemetery about 200 Yards from the House in a Grove of Pine and Hardwood Trees. Nixon placed the Wreath in the Rotunda of the Georgia Capitol where Russell to body has lain in state since Friday. After placing the Wreath Nixon met privately with members of Russell to family then. Went outside where he addressed Brief remarks to a crowd estimated at about 9,000, who applauded Nixon As he entered the Capitol and again As he left. The president said of Russell a what really set him apart was what we Call character. Charter that came from a sence of patriotism that enabled him to serve five presidents with equal ?� a oif he had been Bomio years later and had served in the Senate to years later he would probably have been president of the United states a Nixon said. Russell was in the Senate 38 years. The president was assisted in placing the Wreath by Brig. Gen. James d. Hughes his top military aide. When the Wreath was in place Nixon stepped Back put his hand Over his heart and closed his eyes As the military men around him saluted. Immediately after the presidential party left to return to the White House Russell to body was taken from the Rotunda and driven to his Hometown of Winder about 40 Miles East of Atlanta where burial services will be held at 2 . Sunday. Lbs Given checkup following illness san Antonio Tex. Apr a former president Lyndon b. Johnson treated for mild viral pneumonia at Brooke Hospital last week got a follow up Check up Friday. A spokesman said Johnson arrived at the Hospital by helicopter shortly after i . And left shortly before 3 . State gop head quits Madison apr the state Republican party chairman Reed Coleman resigned saturday six Days after James Wimmer submitted his resignation As state democratic party chairman. Coleman 37, of Madison cited the demands of the Post and other commitments As the reasons for his resignation in a letter to members of the Republican party executive committee. He asked that a new chair support ratification of harvester1 contract Chicago apr members of the United Auto workers International Harvester voted a of overwhelmingly saturday to recommend ratification of a contract covering 40,000 International Harvester co. Workers who have been on strike since Jan. 13. The Council composed of about 200 delegates representing Harvester production office technical and depot employees at plants in to states approved an agreement reached Friday Between Law and company negotiators. Duane a Opatz Greathouse Law vice president who was chief negotiator for the Union said the agreement would be a submitted Over the weekend to the Union to rank and file for a vote on ratification. Greathouse predicted workers would Start returning to their jobs at Harvester plants Early this week. A Greathouse said wage increases won by the Union Range from 49 cents to 61 cents an hour in the first year of a a three year contract plus three per cent boosts in the second and third year. Included is a Cost of living clause without a limitation Greathouse said. He said the agreement generally follows the Law settlements recently with general motors Ford and Caterpillar tractor co., including retirement after 30 years at age 58 the first year and 56 the second year and thereafter with $500 a month pension. Greathouse said the agreement includes a provision for dental care for Harvester workers and their families which he termed a a precedent setting benefits heretofore not included in other Law agreements. Poverty funds Rome a the italian Cabinet has approved a five year $11.3 billion plan to develop the depressed areas of Southern Italy. Man be selected by the committee Friday at its meeting scheduled in Madison and said he would formally leave the party Post at that time. The next five months of organizational work in the party Are a crucial to forming a base for Success in 1972,�?� Coleman said. Coleman who succeeded Ody fish in the Post a year ago said the chairmanship should be put in the hands of someone who intends to seek election to a full two year term at the party Helm. A regular election for the Post is scheduled in june at the state party to organizational meeting. The outcome of november to elections did not prompt his decision to quit Coleman said. He said a Republican Victory with resultant greater demands on his time might even have forced him to resign earlier. As a former state chairman he would continue to serve on the party to executive committee. And he said he would help his successor. Coleman whose late father Thomas e. Coleman was a former state gop chairman is president of the Madison Kipp corp., which his father also formerly headed. The firm manufactures die castings air Grinders and mechanical Lubricators. Youth Cool to recruiters after same name mix up Madison apr Uncle Sam could hardly wait to get his hands on Young Tom Hanson. The Monona Grove High school senior who is photo editor of the school paper was advised by his guidance Counselor to talk with recruiters about the possibility of photography training in the service. But when Hanson arrived at a Reserve Center he was promptly informed that he was late for induction and was classified 1-a. The 17-year-old has not yet registered for the draft. And when he attempted to explain the circumstances he said he was told by a Recruiter to a shut ?� he attempted a Quick exit but was escorted Back into the station where he was treated to a go haircut. The then issued Hanson a uniform and ordered him to Board a bus headed for Boot Camp in Kentucky. He spotted an unguarded door however and returned Home. Hanson received a phone Call several Days later from the . It was explained that a mistake had been made it was another Thomas Lee Hanson who was tardy in reporting. Photographer Hanson declined the recruiters to offer for another appointment the following week. Study criticizes role of Church Louisville by. A a Cross Section of american christians saturday said the Church is in trouble because it is failing to minister to people nowhere they live and ?� a Oit Abandons us in our Day to Day activities a said the report of an unusual two year study of the views of Lay Church members across the country. They said the Church serves the Faith within its own confines but offers Little guidance to people a oat the most crucial level of their lives where they carry on their daily work and ?� the a listening to Lay people report based on intensive discussions among representative Lay groups in 23 communities was presented to the general Board of the National Council of churches. It included recommendations for a major a program of redirection of Church operations to nurture Faith in everyday working areas of life. The Council to 256-member Board policy making of the cooperative organization of 33 protestant and orthodox denominations began a five Day meeting Here. A christians today Are in danger of despair because their Faith is divorced from their world a the report said. It said religious decay is inevitable when a Faith gets out of touch with the institutions of ?� As a result the report said a membership is decreasing clergymen Are leaving financial support has been declining All in a time of growing population increasing affluence and the uniting of ?� the 70-Page report said most laymen still worship and serve in their churches but find Little help in living out their Faith in secular institutions where they spend most of their time. Most of them feel the Church a bought to be Able to help them As Lay christians to live out their Faith More effectively in their daily lives and that just working in the Church a ois not enough a the report said adding the study requested by Lay agencies of the denominations making up the Council was conducted by an 18-member National Lay committee i rated by or. James Kuhn a presbyterian Layman of new York City. It set up Lay inquiry groups including Blacks and Whites men and women Young and old businessmen housewives professors industrialists manufacturers technologists Union leaders labourers government employees civil rights workers and lawyers. Tanker runs aground in fog Oil spills in new Haven Harbor the Racine Journ airtime 111 fourth St. A Lee newspaper a subscription rates Bacin journal times Dally including the journal times sunday bulletin. Newsstand a single copy Dally Loci sunday 30c. 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Thap is exclusively entitled to the use or republication tit Ai news credited to it or not otherwise credited in this Eagar and also the local new published Arain. Daily journal founded january i$3i. Bogan As weekly in 1154 Racine times Cail absorbed in june 1932. Second class postage paid by Racine. Mill important subscribers wha tall to get their newspaper cell your newsboy or journal Timas 434-3321, before j . Saturday 9 sundays la of it Wai to doll voted. New Haven Conn. Apr an Oil Tanker bound for a storage depot Here ran aground in fog and Light Snow at Day bread saturday spilling an estimated 386,000 Gallons of diesel fuel into the Channel of new Haven Harbor. A coast guard spokesman said much of the Slick had not Beer contained and an outgoing tide was carrying it into Long Island sound. Report filed the estimate of the spillage came from a report filed with the coast guard by a local Humble Oil co. Spokesman. The ship the Esso Gettysburg was Able to Back off the Bottom without Aid and tugs towed it about Miles to the docks of a Humble Oil facility Here. But officials were Able to place flotation booms Only around that part of the Slick near the docks the coast guard spokesman said. Volume unknown a 40-foot Cutter and a helicopter were dispatched to Survey the extent of the rest of the Slick he said. By noon the containment efforts near the docks were the Only ones that had been possible he said. The spokesman officer of the Day David Johnson said it escaped the flotation booms or the Only wildlife in the har of them had been driven away could no to be determined right How much wildlife would be Bor itself he said would be a already by recent cold away How much of the Oil had exposed to it on the sound. Few seagulls and even Many weather. Open today 12 noon to 5 . Special buys throughout the store. 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