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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 26 Titt Franche Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday june 2�, 1971 74 ?"6 ?"30cents charged in secret documents Case former aide to surrender Boston apr an attorney for or. Daniel Ellsberg describing him As unequivocally innocent of any crime in connection with the Pentagon documents on american involvement in Vietnam announced saturday he would surrender at to . Monday to the . Attorney in Boston. Ellsberg 40, a former Pentagon researcher and now a research associate at Massachusetts Institute of technology was sought on a Federal warrant charging unauthorized Possession of top secret documents and failure to return them. The warrants were issued at Midnight Friday in los Angeles. Reason for delay a oif the government would agree that if or. Ellsberg appeared today that he could be released in his own recognizance then we would have no difficulty in having or. Ellsberg appear today a Leonard b. Boudin one of Ellsberg to attorneys said. Boudin said he talked to Fri agents thursday and said Ellsberg would come out of hiding a oif we could avoid the press coverage and All the Fol Derol. A owe have not heard from those agents since a Boudin said. Opinion of silence several hours later a second attorney Charles r. Nes son told newsmen that since there was no response from the Fri on the offer to have Ellsberg appear quietly his client would surrender As scheduled on monday. Nesson said the Lack of response a indicates to me i suspect at any rate a that the government the Fri is More interested in making a highly publicized arrest than they Are in simply having Ellsberg come Forward. A owe Hope that sort of non mighty Richard at the tee county Board chairman Richard Lafave Complete with football helmet belted the first Ball off the first tee during dedication ceremonies at the new 18-Hole Ives Grove Golf links saturday afternoon. Lafaver to drive carried All the Way from the championship tee to the ladies tee some 90 Yards ahead. A journal times photo by Chuck do Dacquisto Lafave headed the first foursome to officially play the course which also included in the foreground left to right Racine county administrator Gilbert Berthelsen and county Parks committee members Thor Lieungh and John Margis or. See Story and additional photos in Section a postmortem funds Issue is still alive by Sean Devlin journal times staff with county allocated funds for official Post Mort Ems exhausted the county boards to court House and sheriff to committee wants to know Why. On the other hand Coroner Daniel Cunningham broke As far As operating funds is concerned wants More Money in order to operate his office. As a consequence an impasse of sorts was reached this past week with county Board members contending they would meet with Cunningham anytime he saw fit and Cunningham claiming he would appear before the 2 die to Hurt in state blast Menasha wis. A Ren men were injured two of hem fatally when a blast of team erupted from a pressure Zed water softener tank in a paper company boiler room it saturday. William g. Cole 57, of Stur Eon Bay died in a Neenah Hospital about seven hours after the predawn explosion. He Hospital said a second Vic in died saturday evening. He was identified As David r. Novy 46, of Manitowoc. The Hospital said two work Nen remained in critical condition. The blast occurred when the a oftener to Bottom ruptured peeing heated water from our boilers. Spokesmen said cause of the last was not determined. Board members anytime they invited him. Supervisor Dennis Kom Wolf 23rd, chairman of the court House and sheriff to committee this weekend wrote a letter asking Cunningham to appear before his committee july 8. Crux of the problem is that Racine to pathologists refuse to perform any More autopsies for the county until they Are paid for work already done and the county Board refusing to authorize any More payments until Cunningham asks them to Transfer funds into his budget. Kornwolf has said that his committee does no to want situations demanding Post Mort Ems to go without such action and added that the county is willing to pay for All justified Post Mort Ems. A but we Are not allowed by Law to make payments from empty budget accounts and we won to just place funds in an account without a request and accounting from the responsible person a he explained. Part of the debate has entered on the feeling of Many county Board members that the Rise in Post Mort Ems triple the rate of last year a needs some explanation by Cunningham. Many have frankly expressed the feeling that Cunningham is ordering More autopsies than needed in order to a Oget backs at the Board for not recommending or granting a raise for his office in 1971. On the other hand Cunningham has argued the whole problem is a result of what he called efforts by county administrator Gilbert Berthelsen to build a Little �??� he explained he was referring to Berthelsen to appearances in Madison in support of a Bill which would permit county to outside Milwaukee to choose the appointive medical turn to Page 6a, col. I what s where business news. 4c classified ads. 8c editorial. 12a local news. 4a obituaries. 8b sports. In women to news Page id journal times collage by Charles s. Vallone features Ann Landers Page 9d entertainment Page 9b Horoscope Page 8d television radio a Page 9b Harbor West beckons another old town a in Kenosha maybe not but a Block Long Section of 6th Avenue has drawn six new shops which feature painting sculpture gifts and Antiques. The area is known As Harbor West and is run by a close knit group of artists and Art students. The collage above pictures the signs of four of the shops. See Story an pictures Page in. Sense can be avoided on monday a he said. Meanwhile Ralph j. Ramp Ion assistant agent in charge of the Boston Fri office said a othere is a fugitive warrant out for Ellsberg and i can Only say that As Long As he is a fugitive we will be looking for ?� asked if Ellsberg charged with possessing secret Pentagon documents pertaining to . Into Lent in Vietnam were guilty of a crime Boudin said a unequivocally ?� asked about crime asked if he meant that taking secret Pentagon papers is no crime or Only that or. Ellsberg has committed no crime Boudin said a of suspect we mean both. But our representation of or. Ellsberg would Only go As far As to say that he has committed no ?� Nesson questioned the a unusual circumstances of the warrant for Ellsberg to arrest being issued at Midnight a Oan unusual working hour for magistrates As i remember ?� Nesson said he was a of Little suspicious that there was a Osome attempt by the government to create an atmosphere unfavourable to the newspapers by issuing the warrants. Says belated he said he thought the questions to be settled by the supreme court a Omay very Well dispose of Many of the issues in our ?� the . Supreme court held a hearing on the newspapers to Case saturday but recessed with no indication when a decision might come. The court is scheduled to meet again at to . Edt monday the same hour Ellsberg is scheduled to surrender. Nesson said there is a Dolegal relationship Between the Ellsberg to Case and the newspaper Case before the supreme court a not necessarily a factual ?� Boudin said there were three reasons Why the decision was made to surrender Ellsberg on monday a othe availability of a Federal magistrate the availability of a Federal judge and the possible need to raise ?� left an idea Alfred Lawson aviation Pioneer who died 17 years ago left several things of interest behind including a smoke e v a p o r a Tor system which might be of ecological interest today. Story and sketch Page 5a. 7 hat to Stop or die Vietnam Veteran beats addict s Odds by Tom Tiede new York a Nea a by any Odds Richie Linder should no to be so damned Lucky. He should be in prison like Many thousands of dope addicts Are or he should be dead the victim of overdose or Accident like some 20 junkies a week in this City. But he to alive free even Lucky. Why his Story should be of special interest right now. Richie Linder was bom the son of a transit dispatcher in the heart of Brooklyn to bed Ford Stuyvesant. It is a mostly Black virtually hopeless neighbourhood which May be huh ii la i ii 11 ill Lull i Lull ii 11 ii Iii see Page 11a for the Story about a a messed up i in Vietnam who can to break the heroin habit. the worst ghetto in the country. It to a place where kids set fire to dogs to smell the cooking flesh where men who can to remember their names live in alleys. Stable family Linder spent the first 17 2 drown i shot in leg at Louisiana Rock fest Mccrea la. Apr two persons drowned saturday and another was shot during a confrontation Between a group of youths and a narcotics agent at a Rock festival which has drawn 50,000 to a tract of Riverside Farmland police reported. The Pointe Coupee Parish sheriff to office said the two bodies were recovered from the Atchafalaya River where thousands of youths sought Relief from the intense heat and dust. The bodies were not identified at once. Shot in leg maj. John Thomas of the state police narcotics division said the narcotics agent was attempting to make an arrest when the shooting occurred. He said when a crowd moved in on the officer and began throwing Sticks and bottles warning shots were fired and the unidentified youth was hit in the leg. Thomas who was not at the scene said he did not know who fired the shots. The scheduled eight Day a Celebration of life festival began wednesday. Health facilities or. William Abruzzi in charge of the festival medical staff said some 1,000 to 1,500 persons were being treated daily including some 150 to 200 cases of drug overdoses. Abruzzi has supervised medical operation at several other Rock festivals including Woodstock. A omy situation is that i feel like a policeman a Abruzzi said. A of am Able to get water when i scream loud enough. I am Able to get medical supplies when i cause enough of a hassle. I am Able to get garbage picked up when i cry loud ?� a but a he added a although we tre scrambling we Are running an effective health operation where All of the kids Are Safe and in Good ?� one member of Abruzzi to staff said severe sunburn was the most common affliction. Some 1,000 loaves of bread Peanut butter and canned goods have been donated by residents of the Baton Rouge area officials said. Festival promoters have encountered problems Ever since they won a Legal fight to stage the event on the 700-acre site. The Federal government has filed More than $777,000 in liens against the $1.5 million Gate. In v. V a y a we Sam Sims on recovery to Doorstep former drug addict Richie Lidner leans on horizon House the a therapeutic Community where he has spent 15 months overcoming his addiction. Years of his life in Bedford Stuyvesant Black and forgotten. He was not actually on the Bottom of the human Heap his father was a steady worker his Mother was Well educated his family stayed together. But the mean streets won out anyway. He ganged about floundered snatched purses for Nickels a and eventually naturally he lost interest in and quit his education. A of joined the army then a he says. A and because i was out to prove myself i even joined the special forces Green berets. Then i got sent Over to ?� in War it was the same for him As others. There was fear and boredom and not much else. He was assigned to combat kept for Long periods in the Field and was in Battle often enough to get a Silver Star for heroism and two purple hearts. Real War but the real War enemy for Linder was not in the Field. It was in the steamy shanty huts surrounding his base Camp. A Oscar Alley a As the places Are usually called. The huts Are crammed with whores bad booze a and miserably narcotics. A Friend gave Richie Linder his first bit of cocaine to ease his mind relieve the tedium. Thereafter impressed Linder got his own. He sniffed the stuff initially then graduated to injection. It was cheap $5 or less for a Day to suppl excellent Quality Seldom adulterated and within a few months the i was hooked. He Wasny to alone of course. A Othree out of to Guys i knew were on it or something else a turn to Page 2a, col. 3 Racine area weather partly sunny and warmer sunday with highs in 80s, cooler near Lake. Partly Cloudy warm sunday night monday. Low sunday night upper 60s, High monday in 90s. Winds South to Southeast 5-15 Mph. Precipitation possibilities 30 per cent sunday 20 per cent sunday night. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and warmer sunday. Chance of Thunder showers in North. Monday sunny hot and humid. Highs sunday in 80s North and East to Low 90s Southwest. Low sunday night 60s Northeast Low 70s Southwest. High monday 88-96

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