Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
13 Jun 1971

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13 Jun 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol 39, no. 24the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday june 13, 1971 74 ?"6 sections �?"30 cents mayors repudiate Nixon on housing graduation at Parkside a journal times photo by Chuck do Tanquist o Parkside Chancellor Irvin g. Wyllie right presented the Myron Lowe trophy to Parkside student William Jeranek during graduation ceremonies at Greenquist Hall saturday. The award presented to the outstanding male graduate is based on scholarship leadership and service. Degrees were awarded to 185 graduates and scholarships and awards presented on the Kenosha Campus. Stories and another picture on Page 7a. Philadelphia a a committee of the nation to mayors specifically repudiated on saturday president Nixon to new open housing policy calling it a denial of equal Opportunity. The committee also approved 1s-2, a Resolution urging the president a Oto do All within his Power to bring about the Complete withdrawal of All american forces from Vietnam by december 31, 1972, or sooner and to prepare for conversion from a wartime to a peacetime Economy. With Only one dissenting voice vote the resolutions committee of the . Conference of mayors adopted a statement calling for the termination of Federal Aid to communities which do not provide for Low and moderate income housing. The Resolution had been amended to directly assail the policy the president announced Friday. The Resolution will be presented to the full conference wednesday for a final vote. More than 200 mayors Are attending the conference Here. Only a handful of the 27 members of the resolutions committee were absent As mayors from every Section of the country condemned the East european satellites cutting Aid to of. Vietnam Washington apr economic Aid by communist East european countries to North Vietnam apparently has dropped markedly below its rate earlier in the War. Current Washington estimates place assistance by the East europeans to Hanoi at around half the $140-million-a-year level recorded in some earlier years. The amount is said to have declined from roughly $130 million in 1969 to some $80 million last year. There Are reports of a further drop off in the first half of 1971. This does not mean North Vietnam is receiving any less help from her communist allies Over All. . Estimates figure outside economic and military Aid to Hanoi came to some $700 million in both 1969 and 1970, with the soviet Union and red China the chief suppliers. Chief form of Aid economic Aid has been the chief form of help by the East european states to North Vietnam in the conflict. Their shipments of arms have been rated As negligible. One reason for the curtailment is believed to be the economic squeeze being faced at Home by major East european countries such As Poland and Czechoslovakia. Another is Hanoi to own priority the North Viet namese regime appears to have decided to continue prosecution of the War As its no. I Effort putting off general economic development until after the conflict. Thus North Vietnam would not need now the Industrial machinery and other economic development items which East Europe can Supply. Russia and red China what s where business news Page in classified ads Page 6 editorial Page 10a local news Page 4a obituaries Page 6c sports Page in women to news. Page id features Ann Landers Page 10d entertainment Page 8b Horoscope Page 2d television radio. Page 9b provide basics such As food and Oil. Chance Given meanwhile the Slack off in their Aid to Hanoi gives East europeans a Chance to push again for More favourable Trade terms with the United states. . Policy and Legisla Tion holds Down Commerce with countries helping North Vietnam. . Diplomats already have been told informally by the poles in discussing .-polish Trade that Poland to Aid to North Vietnam is being Cut Down to virtually Zero. President to policy on open housing. Nixon announced Friday that the administration would move against racial discrimination in housing and encourage suburbs to provide Low and moderate income housing but a will not seek to impose economic integration upon an existing local ?� a Federal official said this meant a Community to willingness to provide such housing will play a a leading but not exclusive part in determining whether it gets Federal Aid. But the mayor to Resolution said a othe Federal government should advise All communities that the future availability of All Federal funds depends upon the applicant Community to commitment to provide Low and moderate income housing opportunities and that to refuse to cooperate in this regard will serve to terminate All ?� mayor Lee Alexander of Syracuse n.y., a Democrat successfully offered and amendment that said a president Nixon to policy on equal housing opportunities announced on june la 1971, amounts in effect to a denial of such ?� it said the conference a strongly objects to the position of president Nixon that the Federal government should not promote the development of Low and moderate income housing in All communities in Only mayor John Driggs of Phoenix ariz., a Democrat voted against the statement. He said during the debate that he did not think the Resolution was a fair representation of the president to policy but did not elaborate on his vote. On the Vietnam Resolution offered by mayor Jack malt Ester Democrat of san Leandro calif., the committee voted 10-6 to delete language urging the president a Oto commit this government to the dec. 31 withdrawal ?� Art fare a journal times photo by Chuck do Dacquisto Glass pieces such As these earned Kent Ipsen of Northbrook 111., a second place award saturday in the ninth annual Monument Square Art fair. Mrs. Ipsen right who manned the Booth for her husband looked at two of the pieces along with mrs. Tom plug Hanks of 3207 Valley forge. Ipsen will be artist in residence in the fall at Prairie school. The fair will continue from to . To 5 . Today in and around the Myca. There will be performances of the Wisconsin mime company at 1 30 and 4 . In front of the my. See Story More pictures on Page 6a. Tricia Nixon Cox and her husband Edward Finch Cox walked in saturday following their marriage in the Rose Garden of the White House. Map wire photo Tricia and de Are wed Washington apr Patricia Nixon and Edward Finch Cox holding hands and looking into each other to eyes were married saturday under a Bower of White Flowers and a smattering of raindrops in the White House Rose Garden. The ceremony was delayed for half an hour As the Chance of heavier rain threatened to Force the ceremony indoors. Then the bridal couple and their parents received the approximately 400 guests in the Blue room of the White House had their first dance together As Man and wife in the East room Cut their towering 350-Pound wedding cake and about 2y4 hours after the ceremony left on their honeymoon. Just before their departure Tricia Nixon Cox tossed her bridal bouquet from the red carpeted grand stairway. It was caught by her maid of Honor Mary Ann Cox 25, sister of the bridegroom. Cake cutting mishap there was a slight mishap at the cake cutting. As the newlyweds picked up the first piece it fell in two. Cox took one half and placed it on top of the other. Tricia then broke off a slice and fed it to her new husband. He returned the gesture. As they left from the front portico president Nixon predicted they would a have a wonderful unusual for them totally ?� he said it would be a without any secret service at All a then amended the remark to add a not ?� Nixon earlier said they would not be going abroad. Asked if that ruled out the Caribbean the president said a Othats to ?� a Owell now wait a minute a 1961 lecture disclosed Ike opposed Moon race Washington a soon after leaving the presidency Dwight d. Eisenhower said in a secret talk at the naval War College that the United states was taking its eyes off the right target in racing Russia to the Moon. That talk disclosed now for the first time was made Only about four months after president John f. Kennedy pledged to place an american in the Moon during the 1960s, a goal achieved in 1969. A othe United states has got priority tasks and we ought to keep our minds on those tasks a Eisenhower told faculty and students at the War College on oct. 3,1961. Like most lectures at the War College this one was kept under wraps. Now nearly to years later Eisenhower to words have been published in the june Issue of the naval Institute proceedings. His son John Eisenhower gave permission the publication said. In recent years some critics have contended too much Money is being spent on space and that More should be diverted to solving Domestic problems including those of the cities. But Eisenhower to words non Tuples born to aussie Sydney Australia apr a 29-year-old Mother of two gave birth today to nine babies five boys and four girls. Doctors at Sydney to Royal Hospital for women said two boys were stillborn and a othe next 48 hours would be critical for the others. Mrs. Len Brodrick a former nurse whose husband is a wholesale Butcher in Canberra had taken Fertility drugs to Correct a disorder after the birth of her last child. Both previous children daughters aged 5 and 4�?" were born by caesarean Section. The nine babies were born naturally. A doctor said mrs. Brodrick was in Good condition and a catching up on some ?� the surviving babies born prematurely were in incubators he said. Hospital authorities reported the nine deliveries were made Over a period of slightly More than half an hour. The multiple birth was reported As a world record. Doctors said they had known for five Days that mrs. Brodrick would have nine children. She had been in a Hospital intensive care unit for a month awaiting the births. The babies were not weighed immediately. A of am very Happy a Len Brodrick said. A of have seen Geraldine and she is very ?� Brodrick has been living at the Hospital for the past few Day. Their two other daughters Are in the care of relatives. Suggest that his priorities were different when he Dow rated the drive to the Moon a oin the defense Field they Are Strong enough to command our greatest Effort within the services and in our productive capacity. A of believe that some Day humans Are going to Circle the Moon take some pictures of it and maybe even get to a planet and Back if there to time i done to know but i believe those things ought to come about As a by product of All the research we Are doing today in missiles and in bigger engines and so on. A of think to make the so called race to the Moon a major element in our struggle to show that we Are Superior to the russians is getting our eyes off the right ?� Eisenhower to talk included an amplification of his celebrated Farewell warning As president that in government councils a owe must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence. By the military Industrial ?� questioned by the War College audience on this Eisenhower said he Wasny to referring Only to what he called a othe armament ?� a of said that we Are getting such combinations of influences which affect our own interests in so Many places that we must be very very careful that we done to go on the wrong path a the Soldier president said. The first lady interjected and she changed the subject. Guests showered the Young couple with Lilac blooms As they walked Down the Steps to a waiting limousine drive by a secret service agent. A slight drizzle dampened the 400 invited guests and others attending this eighth White House wedding of a presidential daughter. But Sunshine was the Only thing lacking. The ceremony had everything else that tradition associates with june brides and in double measure lace and organdy string music a towering wedding cake a slightly nervous father and Mother and More Flowers than most observers could remember seeing in one place before. Eldest daughter Tricia the elder daughter of president and mrs. Nixon joined hands with her handsome Harvard Law student bridegroom As they pledged a Oto have and to hold to Honor and to Comfort in sickness and in health in sorrow and in Joy to love and to cherish from this Day ?� a steady Light drizzle was falling at the appointed hour 4 of clock. Guests arriving at the executive mansion clustered about in uncertainty thinking that at the last minute the ceremony would be moved indoors. But at to minutes past 4 turn to Page 2a, col. 5 Racine area weather partly Cloudy and warmer today with a Chance of thunderstorms ending this afternoon. High in the mid 80s. Partly Cloudy and cooler tonight with a Low in the upper 50s. Monday fair and pleasant with a High near 80. Southwest winds 10-18 mile per hour becoming Westerly in the afternoon. Precipitation probabilities 30 per cent today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy less humid and a Little cooler in the North. Chance of thunderstorms in the South ending in most sections by afternoon. High 77-83 North 83-89 South. Partly Cloudy and cooler tonight with lows in the 50s. Monday fair and pleasant. High 75-82

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