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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 39, no. 25the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday june 20, 1971 70 ?"6 ?"30 cents judge continues ban on . Times new York a tossed an historic Case at the last moment an appeals court judge saturday ordered a ban continued Over the weekend on the new York times publication of secret Pentagon archives on Vietnam. Earlier in the Day . District court judge Murray Gur fein hearing his first Case since appointment to the Bench last week had denied the governments request to enjoin the times from resuming publication of a series discontinued tuesday after a temporary restraining order. As Gurfein ruled 90 minutes after the restrained expired the times faced a 6 . Press run and a decision whether to Roll with the Vietnam study Story for its sunday editions. Allows Appeal a othe temporary restraining order will continue a Gurfein ruled a until such time during the Day As the government May seek a stay from a judge of the court of appeals for the second ?� this statement had the effect of tossing the Ball to appeals judge Irving r. Kaufman a Short Dapper judicial Veteran. He had been on hand in his 24th floor office of the courthouse in lower Manhattan anticipating an Appeal from whatever decision Gurfein made. While the drama in new York was unfolding the Washington Post remained Gurfein Kaufman temporarily restrained by a Washington appeals court from printing portions of the same secret report. The Post printed articles Friday and saturday before the appeals court overruled a District judge to refusal to Stop publication. A monday hearing was set in that Case. Continues to monday Kaufman after a 12-minute hearing said he would not pass on the merits of the constitutional deadlock pitting the Security of the nation versus the Freedom of the press. But he ordered the restraining order barring resumption of publication of the times series continued until noon monday. Said Kaufman a Oit is necessary that i sitting As a single judge do not by my sole action permit the Case to become moot dead before other members of the court have had an Opportunity to pass on the application or consider the issues ?� following Gurfein to refusal to Grant the government the injunction it sought to Back up the temporary ban Arthur Ochs Sulzberger president and publisher of the times said a judge Gurfein to opinion reaffirms the Basic principles on which a free press must be based. This reaffirmation is what the times to sought in the court proceedings and we Are heartened that the great constitutional issues involved have been faced and resolved in favor of the citizens to right to ?� no comment following Kaufman to ruling the times had no further comment but a spokesman had said earlier the newspaper would abide by the court to decision. The documents in question Are from a secret Pentagon study of the origins of the Vietnam War. The study was initiated in 1967 by then Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara and runs to 7,000 pages. Gurfein to ruling saturday afternoon was based on a nine hour hearing Friday in which he heard arguments. A without revealing the Content of the testimony suffice it to say that no cogent Rea sons were advanced As to Why these documents except in the general framework of embarrassment. Would vitally affect the Security of the nation a the judge said he thought the government had acted a oin absolute Good Faith to protest its Security and not As a Means of suppressing dissident or contrary political ?� matter of degree a othe Issue is narrower a he turn to Page 2a, col. 5 dems in Madison rap presidents Madison wis. Apr after hearing two of their party to presidential hopefuls take passing swipes at the Vietnam War Wisconsin democrats saturday condemned the a of deception and mistakes of the Vietnam policies of four presidential administrations. A Resolution holding the Johnson and Nixon administrations a responsible of the worst of these deceptions and the tragic consequences passed the state party to convention on a voice vote indicating it had a Strong majority behind it. The Resolution also blamed the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations for a of series of unwise decisions in Vietnam. It was believed to be the first time in recent history that a party convention has condemned its own chief executives along with its opponents. Bayh Speaks a Short time earlier the More than 1,000 delegates and onlookers heard sen. Birch Bayh d-ind., express Hope that president Nixon would achieve total troop withdrawal a Oby next summer a but accuse the president of a double talk in his pronouncements on the War. Even if the republicans steal democrats to Thunder on the War Bayh said they Tell still have the Issue of the Domestic Economy to Campaign on. Bayh also criticized a othe Gap that exists Between the Promise and performance of Richard Nixon ?� Bayh added the new York times disclosures of the decision making that got the u. S. Involved in Vietnam would help the country a learn so we won to make the mistake again no matter which party is in the White ?� a of would like to be president of the United states a he said although he did no to announce an official candidacy. Bayh said he is proposing a plan a Oto move this country off dead ?� Muskie Speaks sen. Edmund s. Muskie of Maine regarded the front runner for the democratic nomination told the Wisconsin democrats that party Reform is necessary if democrats Are to provide a viable alternative a ofor the 70 per cent of americans who think the Indochina War is wrong the breadwinners in every City and every state who Are angry about lost jobs and More welfare the millions who Are convinced that president Nixon has failed in civil rights and Law ?� the convention went on to elect William Gerrard a la Crosse businessman state chairman by acclamation. Gerrard was appointed to the Post in january. Marge Pattison of Oshkosh was re elected organizational vice chairman and former state rep. Frank Nikolay of Abbotsford was re elected legislative vice chairman. The party also took stands on abortion and merger of the two University systems advocating both loosened abortion legislation and the merger plan put Forth by democratic gov. Patrick j. Lucey. F ."4 t r to v v i u it Saber Salute fellow officers it. Peter Root West Point and Christ the King the army corps Racine unified Page 3d. Of a journal time photo by Charlo 8. Vatuone formed the traditional Arch of sabers when graduate of the u. S. Military Academy of his Bride the former Jean Ann Betts left lutheran Church. The second lieutenant in of engineers and the substitute teacher for schools were married saturday. Story on mrs. Gandhi berates leaders of Pakistan new Delhi India a prime minister Indira Gandhi strongly criticized the pakistani leadership saturday and said India would give a a fitting reply if attacked by Pakistan. A India will give a fitting reply if attacked although we Are a peaceful people a the Indian government radio quoted the prime minister As saying during a speaking tour of Kashmir a the Himalayan state Over which India and Pakistan have fought two wars in the past 24 years. According to United news of India mrs. Gandhi used even stronger language when she addressed Indian army troops near the cease fire line established after the 1948 India Pakistan War in Kashmir. A owe Are fully equipped to meet any aggression and will not be cowed by any threat from any quarters a the Agency quoted her As saying. A your Borders Are quite Safe in the hands of our armed forces. Indian military sources said Indian and pakistani Border Security forces exchanged fire for the second straight Day along the East Pakistan Border about too Miles Northeast of Calcutta. The latest firing lasted about 30 minutes the sources added with pakistani troops suffering some casualties and indians none. The prime minister in her speeches declared anew that Kashmir to inclusion in India when the subcontinent became Independent in 1947 was a Complete and ?� a Kashmir will always be a part of India a she said. A Othis decision is part of history and can to be ?� 4500-year-old Mummy found Skinny dip a journal times photo by Charles s. Vallone fog and an Easterly wind have kept Lake Michigan to beaches cooler most of the week but Only a few blocks away it got warm enough saturday for at least one Little girl to doff All her clothes. Above two year old Deanna Lyn Guarascio daughter of or. And mrs. Ronald Guarascio 3405 1st ave., fills her private Pool with Cool water while modelling the latest in birthday suit beachwear. Cairo apr haphazard digging by an illiterate worker has unearthed what is described As the oldest pharaonic Mummy in recorded history. Amm Rifaie the worker mistakenly dug into a right landside Section of an old Tomb at Sankara and discovered a Mummy 45 centuries old according to an announcement by antiquities department officials. The Mummy escaped pillage by ancient egyptian Tomb robbers because it was buried in the a Oun sacred right hand Side place in the Tomb. The Sun god a had forbidden egyptians to Bury their embalmed bodies in right hand Side places according to an egyptian belief. But Nofre the Beautiful renowned musician had asked his wife Ginsu the Moon to disregard the writs of a and Bury him in a right Side spot within their Tomb apparently to mislead robbers. Ginsu herself was buried in the a of sacred left Side spot. Her Mummy was never found in the Tomb. Nofre was a favorite entertainer to King Nie Ossen a according to inscriptions on the Walls of the Tomb. He was so handsome that the King called him Nofre and married him off to Ginsu. The Mummy was discovered intact and on its sarcophagus hieroglyphic inscriptions read a musician Nofre. Died in the sixth year of the reign of King Nie Ossen a. He died in the first months in the Nile flood ?� it was found wrapped in soft jute with red and Blue beads covering the Chest and stomach. The gaily painted sarcophagus was decorated in red yellow and Blue colors. On the Walls of the Tomb were engraved drawings of Nofrey to three sons a we Ptah ships and a an. A committee of a a geologists chemists and egyptology its sped to Sankara saturday to inspect the Mummy. Egyptology its regard it As an important discovery because of previous belief that no Mummy was Likely to remain intact for 4,500 Vears. Plane crashes Milwaukee a a Wisconsin rapids Man and his Nephew escaped injury saturday when their single engine biplane crashed at a suburban Menomonee Falls Airport. Wha s where b a Sim ass news Page 1c classified ads Page 7c local news Page 6a obituaries Page 7c features sports Page in women to news. Page id Ann Landers. Page 3d entertainment Page 7b television radio Page 9b . Group reports China interested in plan los Angeles apr peking has expressed a definite interest in a plan to rebuild Post War North Vietnam in Exchange for internment in a Neutral country of . War prisoners the Anteri Quot an group proposing the plan said saturday. A spokesman George e. Fischer said Contact was made with peking sources in Hong Kong Friday because communist China might have some influence on North Vietnam. The group which left for Southeast Asia june 5, said last week in Vientiane Laos they had been Given a a qualified maybe to the private plan by a North vietnamese envoy. Fischer and three other americans were representing prisoners in Exchange for american construction ?"peace.Fischer, a building contractor who lives in Newport Beach calif., talked with newsmen after returning saturday. He said his group headed by Larry Crosby brother of Singer Bing Crosby would place a Large sum of Money in a mutually agreeable institution. When the War ends the Money would be used to rehabilitate damaged no defense facilities in North Vietnam and the sum could probably run from several Hundred million dollars up to one billion. In return Fischer said the pos would be interned in a country where they could receive proper medical treatment and More Freedom until the end of the War and their Complete release Are negotiated. He said he has received no official response to the proposal from the . Government but american officials in Laos were a Overy ?� the group also approached peking after leaving Laos because communist China might be a Good place to intern the prisoners Fischer said. A owe expect to hear within a few weeks from peking a Fischer said. A oin Hong Kong we got some pretty solid hard intelligence that they were very much impressed a he added but said he could not reveal his sources. Other members of the group were Melvin Tomb of Glendale calif., and or. Nicol Galbraith and or. John Wooley both of los Angeles. Fischer said Wooley stayed in Hong Kong to act As a Contact. A oif we can spend a billion a month to prosecute the War we can spend a billion Over a two or three year period to release our prisoners a Fischer said. He said the discussion with North vietnamese officials was very general and they were mainly interested in where the Money would come from. Racine area weather continued warm and humid with occasional thundershowers. High sunday afternoon in the 80s, except cooler near the Lake. Partly Cloudy and cooler with a Chance of thundershowers sunday night Low in the lower 60s. Monday mostly sunny and pleasant with a High in the 70s. Winds Southeast 10-20 . Sunday afternoon but briefly stronger and gusting in or near thunderstorms. Precipitation probabilities 70 per cent sunday afternoon 30 per cent sunday night. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy and cooler with showers and thunderstorms Likely in the Northwest part. Sunny hot and humid with storms Likely Southeast. High sunday afternoon 75-85 Northwest 85 95 Southeast. Sunday night fair Northwest partly Cloudy Southeast with a Chance of thunderstorms extreme Southeast. Cooler sunday night with lows 52 62 Northwest and mostly 60s Southeast. Monday mostly sunny and pleasant with a High of 72-82. The in rot 5 13 . And will a a a at 8 33
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