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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 06, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 39, no. 23the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday june 6, 1971 70 ?"6 ?"30 cents India s cholera toll climbs to ,220 at a recent meeting with newsmen Laird said a of think that four years is Long enough to serve in this particular Job so when you ask me How Long it Tell be that Long but no ?� recent operation he Felt that Way even before his recent operation for a double hernia. At 48, Laird seems to be generally in Good shape despite his 12-hour-a-Day, six Day a week work schedule. Looking ahead to a a the change of the guard a As he puts it Laird said a a i think in Tell take a Little leave for a Little while. A a in to like to get my Golf game in shape and in to like to spend some time with my wife and my ?� Laird has discounted but not ruled out the possibility that he might try for the Wisconsin governorship or to unseat democratic sen. Gaylord Nelson in 1974. This source guessed that after leaving the Pentagon probably in Early 1973, Laird will a a probably sit out a year perhaps lecture or teach then decide where he wants to ?� those who have watched Laird Over the years find it hard to believe that he will turn his Back forever on politics. Minimize War Issue Laird aim by Fred s. Hoffman Washington a with a presidential election year ahead Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird is trying to push Vietnam into the background and turn the nation to thinking beyond the War. As an avowed politician Laird wants to remove the Vietnam Issue from president Nixon to path toward a second term in the White House. As the nation to defense chief he feels it to time to pay More attention to what he Calls the a a political the manpower the fiscal and the strategic realities of the 1970s.�?� these realities in Laird to View turn on the soviet Union to growing nuclear and conventional armed strength and the apparent disenchantment of the american people with huge . Armies and military budgets. When Laird came to the Pentagon from Congress in 1969, he brought along what his associates Call a a a grand ?� so far his track record looks pretty Good. The United states is Well advanced in disengaging in Vietnam largely according to his blueprint and Over the initial opposition of the joint chiefs of staff. Concurrently the size of the . Armed forces has been scaled Down sharply and the draft Cut Back. Despite scepticism among military leaders Laird has started the armed forces toward an All Volunteer basis. His aides say he will try All out to reach that goal perhaps in two years. Lends support the recent .-soviet agreement to discuss limitation of both offensive and defensive nuclear arms lends support to Laird to repeated assertion that the nation is moving a a from confrontation to ?� Laird to determination to Vietnam ize the War and end . Involvement surprised those who regarded him As a Hawk while he was an influential Republican congressman on Capitol Hill. What about the future no easy grades seen at Parkside by Ron Svoboda journal times staff students at the University of Wisconsin Parkside Are not sharing in the accelerated Grade Point average of the Madison Campus which us president John c. Weaver described last week according to figures released by up Chancellor Irvin g. Wyllie. The average Grade Point for All students at Parkside is 2.61, As compared to Madison to 3.13 average for All undergraduates. Two years ago a faculty student committee first reported the average Grade Point of students on the Madison Campus had increased sharply and last february called for changes in the grading system. Weaver to request last week for an investigation of the escalation of the Grade Point average and its meaning to the University has brought attention to grading at Parkside. Parkside students consider better student efforts Repon sible for the higher grades in Madison while Parkside professors credit the Rise to such things As faculty rebellion in Madison against the what s where business news. In classified ads. Page 6c editorial. 10a local news. 4a sports. Id women to news in features Ann Landers. 8b entertainment. 8d Horoscope. 2b television radio. Page 9b grading system Uwi to Liberal policy for allowing students to drop courses and the University to tight budget. Parkside to Chancellor Irvin g. Wyllie believes his professors Are trying to adhere to a a traditional academic values and standards in an Effort to establish Parkside As a a a serious new University a and suggests that this might partially explain the discrepancy in average grades at the two campuses. Us president Weaver speaking to the University faculty Assembly in Milwaukee wednesday expressed a a genuine apprehension and very grave concern a Over a recent trend towards higher Grade Point averages and the comparable increase in the number of students graduating with honors. He asked the University faculty Council to make an in depth study of the trends and what they meant for the University. Weaver told the Assembly that for 20 years the Madison Campus Overall Grade Point average remained almost exactly the same. However from 1968-�?t69 to 1970-�?t71 the freshman average increased from 2.49 to 3.01 on a four Point scale and for All undergraduate students at Madison the average increased from 2.7 to 3.13. Weaver also noted that the percentage of Madison Campus seniors graduating with honors increased from 23 per cent in 1962 to 40.5 per cent in 1970. These changes occurred said the us president when there was a a no noticeable change in turn to Page 4a, col. I fined to the Border areas evaporated with the arrival in Calcutta in the past three Days of about 100,000 East pakistanis out of an estimated 4y2 million on the Indian Side of the Border. Mass inoculation confirmation that the disease had actually broken out in Calcutta where a mass inoculation Campaign was under Way came when 20 refugees died of cholera at a temporary Camp that has sprung up on the Edge of Calcutta International Airport Only 200 Yards from the main runway. The officer in charge of the Camp Manoranjan Roychoudhury said 80 other cholera victims had been sent to a Hospital. He said in an interview that he had banned the entry of any More refugees into the makeshift Camp which he said has 40,000 residents to prevent possible new cholera carriers from spreading germs. Outside Roychoudhury to office too refugees waited with their belongings on their Heads begging to be allowed to stay. The Airport Camp is named a a Sahara a after a nearby Village. The word Means a of help in hindi. Mud swamp after two straight Days of rain a of Sahara resembled a mud swamp. Throughout the storm men and women in ankle deep mud built shacks made of grass Palm leaves and tree branches. Luckier refugees used tarpaulins and Bamboo canes brought by local Relief agencies and the state government. Prime minister Indira Gandhi landed on the opposite Side of the Airport saturday morning out of View of the Camp and held discussions on the refugee problems with local officials. Her return to new Delhi was delayed overnight by the continuing Rains. Yuba City Calif. A a search for potential Graves in the Riverside Orchards that have yielded 25 bodies was abandoned saturday when suspicious looking plots detected by Aerial photographs revealed nothing. A othe search is Over for today a said Deputy sheriff Roger Mason. It was not immediately known if deputies using other infrared photos would continue the Hunt this week. Sheriff Roy Whiteaker was unavailable for questions by reporters. Suspicious plot Manson said a suspicious looking plot detected by the photographs turned out to be spots of dead grass with chemical residue. For More than two weeks she told newsmen that the influx of refugees into India had created a a Overy grave situation with serious consequences for the ?� fled after strife the refugees fled to India after the outbreak of civil strife in their native province March 25 Between the pakistani army of president Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan and partisans Loyal to Independence Leader Sheik Mujibur Rahman. The Deputy chief minister of West Bengal state bijoy Singh Nahar told newsmen that mrs. Gandhi had agreed to have Many of the refugees now in the state dispersed to other parts of the country in some cases converting abandoned airstrips into new Relief Camps. Yuba City authorities abandon grave search Whiteaker to deputies have tramped through Orchards along the Feather River unearthing slashed bodies of transient men in one of modern history to biggest mass murders. The first body was found May 20. All but two of the bodies were found in individual unmarked Graves on the Jack Sullivan ranch. Charged in to deaths farm labor contractor Juan v. Corona 37, has been charged with murdering to of the men and is in the Yuba county jail. His next court appearance is set for june 16. Ages of the victims ranged from about 40 to 63. All had been hacked in the Back of the head with a Machete or meat Cleaver and stabbed in the Chest. Many bodies remained unidentified since most of the men were drifters and itinerant fruit pickers. Heat creates bumpy Road Oshkosh wis. A sum Mer like Sunshine had . 41 up to its old tricks saturday expanding its Concrete slabs out of plumb and creating a bumpy ride for travellers. The state Highway patrol urged motorists to reduce Speed along a 30-mile segment of the heavily used aged in u 11 i i a n e Highway in Winnebago county As approximately a half dozen slabs dog s Day a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas humans sought out North Beach to beat the heat saturday but this Wise poodle ignored the methods of Man and chose instead a bit of Shade under their Bench at Racine to Lake front where the Mercury Rose to a humid 88 degrees. Temperatures farther Inland Rose above the 90 degree Mark for the second consecutive Day. Calcutta India a a cholera epidemic reached Calcutta on saturday along with thousands of new East pakistani refugees who had fled to the City in an attempt to escape the disease. West Bengal health officials said there were 3,220 confirmed deaths from the week old epidemic which first broke out in Many refugees Camps near the India East Pakistan Border. Unofficial but reliable sources put the toll at More than 5,000, based on deaths outside registered hospitals and first Aid centers. Hopes that the disease and the refugees could be con collisions kill four pilots midair Cape May . Apr four world War ii style fighter planes were involved in two midair collisions within minutes of each other at the National air races Here saturday and crashed in flames killing All four pilots. The four planes t6 Navy trainers were among seven that took off about 3 . For a heat of the races. About 15 minutes later As they flashed Over the starting line 50 feet above the ground one of them scraped another lost a Wing and plummeted to the ground bursting into flames. The scraped plane landed undamaged. The remaining planes completed one three mile Lap when three More were involved in a mid air collision and crashed in a wooded area adjacent to the Airport. About 15,000 persons watched the disaster but the accidents occurred far from the Spectator area and race officials said there was never any danger to the onlookers. The dead were identified As Richard Minges 34, of Fayetteville . Victor Baker 43, of Glendale Calif., a lawyer Edwin Snyder 47, of Jacksonville fla., an electrical Engineer and Joseph Quinn 39, of Saugus Calif., a fireman. Officials said Minges was killed in the first collision and the three others in the second. The races which involve about 50 planes and pilots began wednesday and were to conclude today. However Stephen m. Cicala the race director said he would meet with state and Federal aviation officials to determine whether to resume Competition today. Crept an Inch and More above adjoining slabs. Police said at least one car was thrown out of control by the heat caused pavement irregularly and plunged into a Roadside ditch. There were no serious injuries. The slab shifting has occurred several times in recent years because of temperature extremes. The Mercury climbed saturday to near 90. . 41 is a major link Between Milwaukee and Green Bay. Sex Rockefeller wife marries state Man Pound Ridge . Apr Anne Marie Rasmussen Rockefeller and Wisconsin businessman Robert w. Krog stad were married Here saturday in a quiet Church wedding attended by close friends and relatives. Tile Bride was divorced last june from gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller to son Steven after a marriage of la years. They had a son and two daughters. It was also the second marriage for Krogstad president of Leer manufacturing co., of new Lisbon wis. He has three children from his first marriage which also ended in divorce. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and less humid today with a High in the mid 80s. Fair and cooler tonight Low around 50. Monday partly Cloudy and cooler with High in the 70s. Precipitation probabilities to per cent today 20 per cent tonight. New Breed of reporters looked at a High school paper lately things have changed. There to a new Breed of prep journalism with new freedoms and responsibilities and More demands on faculty advisors and student editors to work overtime to attain new standards of Quality. Critics inside and outside Racine say j. I. Case High school to weekly student paper a Ojust in Case a is a Good example of one that has. Mrs. Fee Hoeft advisor of the Tremper High school tempest which has won the top award in the nation for prep new papering the last three a journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone years recently had some of her student journalists study their Competition Here. She said she agreed with them that a Ojust in cases is a prize Winner. Singled out for special Praise were the intertwining of school and Community interests its Quality writing better graphics expanded coverage and More frequent publication. Some of those behind its operation Are advisor Robert Frahm and student Printer Chris inoes left photo and student David Krait right photo. Story and More pictures on Page 7a. Elsewhere in state partly sunny and cooler with less humidity in the North and West. Partly Cloudy Chance of thunderstorms in the Southeast. Highs in the 70s in the North and West 78 to 85 in the South and East. Fair and cooler tonight lows 52 to 60 Northwest and 56 to 63 Southeast. Partly sunny monday highs in the 70s Northwest and 75 to 83 Southeast. The ton Rosa at 3 14 i m. And will get at f 24
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