Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
18 Jul 1971

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18 Jul 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 18, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 29itnvhq the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday july 18, 1971 66 ?"6 ?"30cents use of heroin in War Short of estimates san Clemente Calif. Apr president Nixon to consultant on the drug problem said saturday that tests in Vietnam showed some signs of heroin use in Only 44 per cent of 22,000 . Servicemen. Or. Jerome h. Jaffe said that estimates had put the figure at to per cent. But he said a owe still have big ?� Jaffe was borrowed from the drug treatment program of Illinois to become Nixon to consultant in the Field and he went to the far East to look at the problem among american servicemen. H after meeting with Nixon Jaffe told newsmen that of the 22.000 military men Given urine tests for traces of heroin Only about 1,000 showed positive results. Not All of those with positive tests Are necessarily addicts Jaffe said. Careful study he added that the results will require careful evaluation. Jaffe said servicemen generally believe Nixon to assurances that no punitive action will be taken against persons seeking treatment although he added that some still Are sceptical. The program so far is restricted to men about to return to the United states. And Jaffe has said the number voluntarily seeking treatment Rose from about 1,300 in May to 2,300 in june. The doctor said that facilities for testing and treatment Are improving but still on the primitive Side but told newsmen that it is no a grass hut setup. He also said that a owe Are gearing up for extensive testing and treatment of civilians in this ?� the testing is primarily for heroin users Jaffe said but is being expanded to users of barbiturates and amphetamines. A of told the president our treatment program As compared with screening is still unsatisfactory a Jaffe said. A but we Are working As quickly As we can to train people and improve conditions. We will not be satisfied till the 44 per cent is reduced to an absolute ?� present at conference Jaffe was accompanied on his Call at the Western White House by Egil Krough or. Of the White House staff and or. Benny Primm director of the addiction research and treatment corps in Brooklyn . Krough had gone to Vietnam separately. Jaffey to tour from july 6 to 16 took him to Tokyo Saigon and several military bases Kong Kong for consultations with . Consular officials and to Honolulu to Confer with adm. John s. Mccain commander in chief Pacific. Nixon was spending his last full Day of a 12-Day stay at the Western White House. He flies to Washington today and has meetings monday morning with congressional leaders of both parties and with the Cabinet to Brief them on the background and plans for the visit he will pay to peking sometime before next May. The announcement of the trip and the journey to peking to set it up by or. Henry a. Kissinger the presidential assistant for National Security affairs was the High Point of the stay on the coast. Press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler was asked about the reaction the White House was getting on the trip plans and said he was unable to characterize it beyond saying that it was substantial and worldwide from governments and leaders. Agnews China View jeopardizes 12 status by Walter Mears Washington apr vice president Spiro t. Agnew who considered it disastrous when an american table Tennis team went to communist China May not have a place on the 1972 ticket of a president who is going there himself. Republican sources report a growing feeling in gop congressional circles that Agnew Kissinger meets Chou the White House saturday released this photo of or. Henry Kissinger left presidential assistant for National Security affairs As he met with Premier Chou in Lai of the Peoples Republic of China on july 9. Meeting took place at government guest House in peking. Will not be Nixon to Choice As a running mate next year. One gop senator said that feeling existed even before Nixon to announcement that he will visit Mainland China revived memories of past Agnew dissent against administration overtures to peking. Agnew was in Kinshasa Congo when Nixon made his dramatic announcement thursday night. The first comment from the vice president was no comment. A Republican source in Washington expressed Surprise at that saying the White House had urged gop members of Congress to Issue statements in the Nixon decision. Agnew has been on a world tour and there was no indication As to whether he had been briefed in Advance on Nixon to plan to go to China. His misgivings about . Policy toward communist China became known when he talked off the record with a Small group of reporters and then with Republican governors at a conference in Williamsburg va., april 19. Agnew is known to have raised in the National Security Council Early this year questions As to the effect of . Overtures to peking on american ties with the nationalist government on Formosa. His statements there were described As a reminder of . Commitments to the nationalists. At the time of the Williamsburg meetings one source said Agnew seemed to be implying that there should not be a thaw in . Relations with peking. He also is known to have expressed misgivings at that time about the Pace of . Paris talks Best Way to pact pc Paris apr despite communist China to apparent interest in an expanded conference Viet Cong spokesman Duong Dinh thao said saturday the Paris peace talks remain the Best Means for reaching a Vietnam settlement. Duong to statement appeared to indicate continued Viet Cong opposition to expanded talks similar to the 1954 Geneva conference that led to the end of the French War in Indochina. The United states proposed last year that the Vietnam peace talks be widened into a general conference with participation by All interested governments including communist China. North Vietnam the Viet Cong and peking reject the proposal. China now apparently has reversed its position. What s where australian labor Leader Edward Gough Whitlam reported wednesday that chinese Premier Chou Menlai told him in peking recently that China would Welcome such a conference. Duong told the French news Agency Agency France Presse that the Paris talks a remain the Best Means to achieve a settlement of the Vietnam ?� he did not mention peking to position on a wider conference. He said the Viet Cong delegation did not intend to comment on president Nixon to announced plans to visit peking. Efforts to improve relations with the Mainland government. Agnew was specifically critical then of the chinese tour of the american table Tennis team and at the Way it was reported calling it a propaganda Victory for peking and a disaster for the United states. The White House later quoted Agnew As saying he supported conciliatory Nixon moves toward communist China. But a distinction clearly remained Between supporting a policy and agreeing with it. The Issue looms the More important because Nixon has repeatedly told congressional leaders in private meetings that the improvement of . Relations with China is one of his great foreign policy goals. Nixon to decision to go there spells certain trouble with the More conservative Wing of his own Republican party where dissent was Quick in coming. Agnew to political muscle has developed with that Branch of the gop. But one gop senator questioned whether Agnew in View of his past position on the Pace of . Moves involving China could now serve As a credible emissary to conservatives dismayed at the Nixon trip. Another senator said Nixon a regards Agnew As expendable. He just has to decide whether dropping Agnew would do him More harm or ?� report Nixon offered direct Hanoi talks London apr a London newspaper the observer said today that president Nixon has offered to hold direct talks with North Vietnam. It quoted what it called Well informed romanian sources. Nixon May visit Hanoi after his intended trip to peking if the proposal is accepted the newspaper said. The observer added that president Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania passed on to communist China White House overtures for better relations during a visit last month to peking and Hanoi. Journal times photo by Arthur p. Hams Well. Now what every Day holds a new and valuable lesson for anyone smart enough to see it. These fishermen on the Racine yacht club pier Are learning a lesson which is usually reserved exclusively for ice fishermen. That is never fish through a Hole too Small to pull a fish through. Perhaps pessimistic about the chances of Success they dropped the line Between the planks of the pier plenty Large enough for the Hook but a bit narrow for the fish. The solution unknown. Negotiations continuing in rail. Phone strikes Iby the associated press labor and management representatives n e g o t i ated saturday As they tried to Settle a two Day walkout by employees of the Union Pacific and Southern railroads and a violence marred four Day nationwide strike against the Bell Telephone system. National mediation Board chairman George Ives met separately in Washington d.c., with negotiators for the Al Cio United transportation Union and the railroads As the strike by the Utu tied up rails in the deep South Midwest and far West. The talks were in secret locations. Talks Between the Al Cio communications workers of America and Bell system bar gaining units were held in Washington and other Sites across the country with Little indication of a breakthrough in the deadlocked contract negotiations. Meanwhile a strike by 35,-000 Copper workers in Western states entered its 17th Day and no Progress was reported in walkout by 15,000 longshoremen that has tied up shipping in 24 West coast ports since july i. A walkout by 20,100 United Telegraph workers and Cwa members against Western Union kept Telegraph offices closed across the country for the 37th straight Day. There was no reported Progress in the . Postal services to efforts to negotiate its California program succeeds family visits vital part of prison Reform business news. Page in classified ads. Page 0c editorial. Page 10a local news. 4a obituaries. 7c sports. Page id women to news Page in features Ann Landers a. Page 2b entertainment. Page id Horoscope. Page so Tete vision radio Page 7d by Gene Herrington Tehachapi a it started of All places at the state Penitentiary in Mississippi. For Many years married prisoners there have had the right to receive wives. That is to have private sex. It was a controversial often condemned program from the Start and it did not quickly spread to other state lockups. However in 1969 the California correctional institution at Tehachapi Sci quietly began a similar Experiment. And it has proved so successful that ail of the state to prisons including a women to have been instructed to follow suit. I he conjugal visits Are still controversial still often condemned. But officials believe the dynamic benefits of family visitation programs exp Are part of the answer to an old problem How to help not just keep men in jail. Program outlined let me explain the Ftp program at Tehachapi. There Are two cottages used at Sci for the program. They Are situated outside the Boundary Fence and each contains a Kitchen bathroom living room with fireplace and three bedrooms. They Are equipped with All household furnishings. Approximately 500 family visits have taken place in the last three years. Only prisoners rated a minimum custody Are eligible to apply for the visits. And so far about 60 per cent of the men Here have received the 46-hour visiting privileges. Last november one of the residents at Sci married Here at the prison Chapel. The next Day he started his 46-hour honeymoon with editor to note Gene $ Herrington has been an in mate of the California Correl Lineal Institute at Tehachapi f Calif., for 34 years. He is the ? former editor of the prison to $ v newspaper and like most. Prisoners is a firm advocate of penal Reform. His belief is that the Tehachapi institution is leading the Way of such Quot Reform and As an example he Wulw j cites a program allowing in a for mates legitimate sex and a Yvo family relationships / mini Lim no 11 minium Iii no Minim Iii his Bride in one of the Ftp cottages. Now As for the purpose of these family visits. The major concern with prisons is the rehabilitation of prisoners and the family visits Are a tool in the process. Evidence indicates that where Normal if restricted family activity is permitted a prisoners to problems within the institution Are reduced while the chances for his successful readjustment to civilian life and 95 per cent of All felons Are returned to society in America Are improved. Stories of Joy at Sci fathers who participate in the family visitations Tell stories of the Joy of being with their children that bring tears to the eyes. It is unlikely that anything or anyone could rattle a Man so Happy at least for some time after his visit. On the other Side of the Coin Are the comments of the wives who claim their children Are better behaved after regular visits with dad. It would be incomplete not to mention another reason Why inmates hold the Ftp in High esteem. Sex. How do you separate it from this program it is difficult to measure its Impact on the future of both partners. Without it the chances grow enormously that the Man will develop a homosexual outlet inside the prison and the wife will be unfaithful outside. With these benefits in mind there Are those officials in California who would improve and expand the Ftp. The state Assembly has approved ii Bill to extend the privilege to unmarried inmates allowing up to three overnight visits a year on prison grounds. And act superintendent g. P. Loyd has made the statement that if the Law permitted it he would set up a coed correctional institution. He believes especially selected residents could live in Harmony and Progress. He would allow them to attend school together eat together and co mingle in just about any other activity which the Normal free society engages in with the exception. Turn to Page 2a, col. 2 first contract with seven postal unions. A Union Pacific spokesman in los Angeles said some trains were running with supervisory personnel at the controls but the Effort was apparently not enough to handle the Midwest wheat Harvest. Reports of vandalism mostly Cable cutting continued across the country. Vandals Cut 18 cables in Duncan okla., putting 2,100 phones out of service in the Community of 20,000. In Mansfield Ohio the United Telephone co. Said it had fired 925 Cwa members since they joined the strike in a Wildcat action last thursday. The company said the walkout violated an agreement to extend the old contract while wage negotiations continued. In Dundee Iii., John r. Peter 20, a Cwa lineman was charged with arson in connection with the firebombing wednesday of an Illinois Bell garage in Elgin 111. Racine area weather partly sunny with a High in the 70s today lower near the Lake. Mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers and thundershowers tonight and monday. Warmer tonight with a Low in the 60s. High monday in the 70s. Winds from the Southeast today at 8 to 15 . Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today 40 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly sunny with a Chance of showers Southwest this afternoon highs mostly in the 70s. Mostly Cloudy with. Chance of thundershowers tonight and monday. Lows in the 50s North and 57 to 64 South tonight. Highs monday in the 70s

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