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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 06, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal time vol. 115, no. 157 a coated pro Racine wis., tuesday afternoon july 6, 1971 Ooi 434 3322 28 pages_10 cents Nixon asks restraint by steel negotiators Washington a Presl Dent Nixon called on negotiators in the steel Industry today to reach a a constructive settlement that will keep the Industry competitive in world markets and maintain the economic recovery. The president met with the Union and management negotiators for about an hour on the eve of their contract talks and a spokesman said Laid out the economic problems facing the Industry. Nixon called for a hard bargaining in the talks but refrained from setting a specific wage settlement he would like to see brought about. The contract expires in the Industry july 31. Sums up View George p. Shultz director of the office of management and budget summed up the president to attitude a of know you Are going into bargaining i know How important it is to you. I Felt it necessary to Tell you How important i think it ?� it was Nixon to first try at intervening in any Way in a negotiating session before it actually got underway and reflected a new impetus by the White House of More direct involvement to hold Down wage and Price increases. Nixon emphasized the relationship of the steel Industry in the world Market told the negotiators How productivity has failed to increase How profits have been lagging and wages remaining stable in comparison to other industries. Defines request Shultz said Nixon appealed to the a sensitivity of their own self interest in beginning the contract ?� Shultz said a constructive denies cos. Involvement in 63 coup ousting diem Saigon a retired Gen. Duong Van a Obigt Minh Leader of the group that Over threw president Ngo Dinh diem in 1963, was quoted today As denying the United states supported and encouraged the coup. An article published in the Saigon Post said Minh had called inaccurate the accounts of . Involvement in the 1963 coup As recounted in the top secret Pentagon papers. In another statement Minh declared a oif the United states just adopts a passive attitude and lets or. Thieu Rig the election then it would be useless to hold the ?� president Nguyen Van Thieu is running for reelection. Minh is expected to oppose him in the elections to be held oct. 3. The Post quoted Minh As saying he and his comrades made no contacts with americans before the coup and that if any claimed to have a contacted and encouraged me in carrying out the nov. I 1963 revolution let them show ?� one View minho to assertions ran contrary to the version of the coup most widely accepted Here for years and supported by the Pentagon papers. This version is that some . Offi Duong Van Minh vials had knowledge of the plot and encouraged it by helping plan tactical details. The Pentagon papers As published in the United states have disclosed an extensive series of . Policy decisions in late 1963 that indicated an intensive secret role by the americans. They Tell of contacts Between the coup makers including Minh Gen. Tran Van Dong and other vietnamese generals among them Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu now president and two agents of the Central intelligence Agency. Had meeting As Early As aug. 29, the documents show Minh met with one of the agents it. Col. Lucien Conein to ask for evidence that the . Government would not betray the plot to diem and his brother Ngo Dinh Nhu chief of the secret police. Gen. Paul d. Harkins then Louis Armstrong jazz great. Dies new York apr Louis Armstrong the Satchel mouthed Eye rolling one time Waif who Learned to love the trumpet in a Louisiana school and blew and Sang his Way into the hearts of millions the world Over died today. He was 71 sunday. Armstrong spent to weeks in Beth Israel Hospital after winding up a two week engagement at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in late february. That was a Long Way from the waifs to Home in new Orleans where a 13-year-old boy got his first Cornet. He was sent to the Home for shooting off a revolver on new year to eve. On his 71st birthday sunday Armstrong had friends visit and apparently Felt Well. His hospitalization was primarily for liver and kidney troubles which had weakened his heart. Thanked friends on june 23, Armstrong gave an interview at his Home to thank All the people who had sent him get Well wishes at the Hospital and to Tell them he was feeling Fine. He looked Good and he played four tunes on his trumpet including the what s where . Military commander in Vietnam opposed a coup on the grounds it would harm the the War Effort. The Post article says Harkins saw Gen. Don at the Saigon Airport the Day of the coup and asked him about the coup rumours. Minh said Don replied that he did not know anything and added that Harkins a Olater on could hardly conceal his resentment against ?� in another statement made Public today Minh said he believes the americans have a othe duty to actively guarantee the honesty of the forthcoming ?� he declared the americans already have helped Thieu set up a government apparatus that enhances his own reelection prospects and which he is using to Rig the voting. Minh Speaks saying he wanted to clarify distortions by the local press of a newspaper interview Given earlier Minh said a othe United states says it will not interfere in the forthcoming elections so As to preserve its honesty. A but such impartiality is negative and tardy because the United states has handed Over to or. Thieu All necessary Means such As Rural development cadres and the a Phoenix program to cadres trained and paid by the United states. At present or. Thieu is using them in his election ?� the Phoenix program is designed to kill or capture Viet Cong agents. Minh said that if the United states has a sufficient Means to watch Over and prevent a rigged election and if the americans want to prove they really Are persons who eagerly struggle for Justice Liberty and democracy then the american advisers scattered throughout Vietnam can Check on the frauds of or. Thieu to election apparatus by following up carefully and recording whether the election is honest or ?� settlement Means a contract that would maintain steel to competitive world position and have no depressing Impact on the economic recovery. Nixon emphasized that he wanted an atmosphere that would help avoid a strike in the Industry Shultz said but said the president would not intervene if there was a walkout. A othe president did not try to say that they should Settle for this or that a Shultz said. As Nixon met with the negotiators the White House released a report on the steel Industry prepared by his Cabinet committee on economic policy detailing the troubles of the steel Industry. The study showed a profits have declined dramatically in the Industry while labor costs and International Competition have increased rapidly. Profits decline last year steel Industry profits declined by 42 per cent to the lowest level in ten years the report said. In addition the study said production has stabilized in recent years output per Man hour has shown virtually no increase and Quot with compensation increases accelerating unit labor costs have increased ?� the study said steel faces great Competition from Japan and several european countries that must be taken into consideration. It said the United states steel Industry is clearly at a disadvantage in labor costs compared with Japan and other major steel producing countries in Europe. Productivity in the Industry is in 4th Road toll sets . Mark by the associated press traffic accidents throughout the nation took a toll of 635 lives during the Independence Day Holiday weekend a record for a three Day Observance of the Holiday. The toll also exceeded Advance estimates by the National safety Council that Between 520 and 620 persons might be killed on streets and highways Between 6 . Friday and Midnight monday. The previous record for a 78-hour, or three Day weekend was 611 in 1969. Last year to toll for the same Holiday also three Days was 540. The record toll for any Independence Day weekend was in 1967 when the figure reached 732 Over a four Day period. The figure also is the highest for any warm weather Holiday. In the worst single Accident Over the past weekend to persons were killed and another was injured when two cars collided head on along a straight stretch of interstate 65 in Southern Indiana. Creasing faster in Japan and West Germany All Hough it is still Short of the rate in the . Steel Industry. Among those meeting with Nixon were Shultz . Abel president of the United steel workers Paul w. Mccracken chairman of the Council of economic advisers Heath Larry . Steel chief negotiator for the Industry i. Usery jr., assistant labor Secretary for labor management relations. Labor Secretary James d. Hodgson Joseph p. Malony vice president of the steel workers Elliot Bredhoff attorney for the Union Walter j. Burke Secretary treasurer of the Union Bernard Clyman general counsel of the steel workers Edwin in Gott . Steel Warren Shaver . Steel and Nathaniel Samuels Deputy undersecretary of state for economic affairs. The United steelworkers of America bargaining on behalf of 540, xxx workers is demanding a 31-per-cent pay boost Over three years to replace the contract expiring Midnight july 31. The Union and the Basic steel Industry conference representing the nine top firms Are expected to open talks wednesday. In its third and sharpest a inflation alerts in april the president to Council of economic advisers said an expensive settlement would throw More people out of work and open . Markets to More imported steel. The Union and steel companies later voiced suspicions of possible White House moves should the Nixon administration consider a final settlement inflationary. Holiday hoopla even when the fourth of july was celebrated on the fifth Racine area residents turned out in record crowds for the 195th Independence Day events said Leigh strand chairman of Racine to Goodwill program. In Sturtevant right fire chief Robert Tussler and the Sturtevant fire department launched traditional fireworks missiles from the Eastern Edge of the Village. Earlier in the Day Parade watchers had lined Racine to main Street to watch the 35th fourth of july Goodwill Parade with its marching groups bands floats clowns pretty girls kids and Novelty units. Additional photos on Page 4a and 5a. Vietnam War protester has political savvy business news classified ads. Page 8b editorial. Local news. Obituaries. Regional news Page so sports. Page in women to news features Ann l Anders. Page 13a Bridge. Page a comics. Page 10a crossword. Entertainment. Horoscope. Television radio. Page Iga Louis Armstrong Long version of one of his greatest hits a sleepy time Down ?� Armstrong won acclaim All his life from Kings and Savages from intellectual jazz buffs and kids on the Street. He mopped his sweaty brow rolled ins eyes Sang in that growling voice and a most of ally played his Horn. On his 70th birthday in 1970, Armstrong played a recording of one of his Early trumpet solos and had this to say Quot ainu to nobody played nothing like it since and can to nobody play nothing like it ?� that could be his epitaph and As Long As those old records ure around to be played nobody is going to argue with him. Sent away Daniel Louis Armstrong was born on the fourth of july 1900, and by the time he was 5 his parents had separated and Louie was roaming the new Orleans streets. After the ill turn to Page 2a, col. I by Kay Bartlett associated press writer John Forbes Kerry was running late for his Date. He stopped to Call her. A what do you mean a she screamed Over the Telephone. A othe president is waiting to take us out on the ?� the setting was Newport r.i., the distressed Young lady was Janet Auchincloss Hal sister of Jacqueline Kennedy and the Man who was kept waiting was the Man who had already inspired the Young John Kerry to go into Public life. A of moved that car up to 90,�?� says Kerry. A of walked into this room and greeted mrs. Auchincloss. Then this Man who was there i could no to see him at first came Over and introduced himself. Aii i could think of to say was a hello or. Kennedy you know something original like ?� lauded Juk John Kerry the leading spokesman for the Vietnam veterans against the War had by that time already Given his first political speech. To his classmates at the prestigious St. Paul to school in Concord n.h., he praised a Young irishman from Boston a roman Catholic from a wealthy family who was running for president. And so John Kerry is All those things too. But not running for president. Or some say not yet. Kerry is an almost Gawky 6-foot-3, handsome in a Way that brings up thoughts of Abraham Lincoln and John f. Kennedy with stylishly bartered longish Brown hair and Gray eyes. He Speaks and seems to think in Well ordered paragraphs perhaps the product of his education Fessenden the prestigious private school in West Newton mass., next St. Paul to and on to Yale where he was class Day orator valedictorian president of tin1 Yale political Union a member of Skull and Bones and the Winner of a number of prizes in the Yale debating association. Ills background the credentials for Success continued to mount As John Kerry moved out on his own. He joined the Navy in 1966 and left in 1970 with a Silver a wire photo John Kerry Star a Bronze Star and three purple hearts. Part of his Navy service was in Vietnam. Kerry is definitely not one of your Street people who protest against the War. Rather John Kerry is the establishment to deluxe Model heavily equipped with the full Arsenal of establishment Wen Pons a education Money class connections and a Nice touch with publicity. He does no to like the constant comparisons with president Kennedy but yet he freely admits it was Kennedy who inspired him to go into Public life. On the other hand if he does no to like it he does no to help kill it. He likes monograms shirts and cuff links and he likes to use All three initials of John Forbes Kerry. Kerry 27 years old has became a sought after guest on the late night talk shows since he gave his dramatic anti Vietnam War testimony before the Senate foreign relations committee Early this Spring. He has spoken across the country. Other speeches he also has made an Effort to go to Middle America to the audiences he is not reaching when he Speaks Al an Antiwar rally. He has addressed civic clubs annual meetings of religious denominations and a convention of Massachusetts state police. Kerry already has taken some i u in p s Early in his career. He has been criticized by William Buckley and other columnists and vice president Spiro t. Agnew has suggested that former Kennedy aide Adam Walinsky wrote the speech that brought Kerry instant Fame. He to a Little thin skinned by the latter charge. A of called Adam the Day i found out i was to testify and asked what i should say. He gave me suggestions Over the ?� the months of speeches meeting the leaders of the country have taught Kerry a lot. He says. He says he deplores a Lack of statesmanship in the country but is cheered by Daniel Ellsberg to action in bringing the Pentagon papers before the Public. Cites honesty a Oit shows that ifs still amazing what one honest person can do a he says. John Kerry who sold encyclopedias throughout new England one summer to pay for a trip to Europe a of made $1,000 in a month too a and loaded grocery trucks another summer and volunteered for sen. Edward m. Kennedy yet another does no to know what hts goals Are. A Oil the sort of rolled with the punches and i think ii wind j up doing that. Somehow right now it seems incongruous to plan a ?� he might run for office As Many Are predicting. He might stay in the peace movement. One thing the Man who admits he could probably go through life without Ever working will not do is drop from sight. Racine area weather fair tonight with the Low around 60. Wednesday partly sunny and cooler with the High in the Low 80s. Light and variable winds tonight becoming southeasterly 8 to 15 . Wednesday. Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent tonight to per cent wednesday. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy tonight with the Low 55 to 66. Wednesday partly Cloudy with a Chance of thunderstorms Northwest Pat try sunny South and East. Warm and humid wednesday with the High 83 to 90. The Sun Rose Al 5 19 a in. And will aet Al 8 32 . Precipitation in tha ?4-H�ur period ending a 6 was a of an Inch. Temperatures on Page 2a
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