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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin 2a Racine sunday bulletin sunday june 27, 1971 semifinalists in Oshkosh pageant told Oshkosh wis. Apr the to semifinalists in saturday night to finale of the 1971 miss Wisconsin pageant miss Wausau Vicki Lynn Van Der Geest 21. Miss Milwaukee Barbara Jean Jennings 20, of Hales Comers. Miss Green Bay Carol Ann Schmitt 19. Miss Stevens Point Patricia Anne Jacobs 19, Wauwatosa. Miss Oshkosh Janice Mildred Galvin 20. Miss Portage Constance Susan Hays 20. Miss Ozark be county Elizabeth a. Cramer 19, Mequon. Miss Oak Creek Putty Feather 19, South Milwaukee. Miss Menomonie Lori Lynn Travis 18, Lake Geneva. Miss West Allis Debra Lynn Fischer 18. On saturday the 39 contestants in the 1971 miss Wisconsin pageant chose miss Lacrosse Rita Deniger of Chippewa Falls As miss congeniality. The miss neat As a pin award went to miss Portage Connie Hayes who was selected by the state hostesses a9 the girl who kept her room her area of the dressing room and her general appearance neatest of the contestants. Admirer of Clyde Given 30 years Miami apr a 21-year-old Miami Man who police say fancied himself a a Bonnie and Clyde Bandit has been sentenced to serve 30 years for 34 robberies. Yancey Morris was so impressed by the movie about desperadoes Bonnie Baker and Clyde Barrow that he adopted the name a Oclyde a called his Girlfriend a of Bonnier and painted a Bonnie and Clyde on his car police said. Map wire photo David Ross of Syracuse ., who said he War debated with the Rev. Carl Mcintire served in the infantry in Vietnam and now is during a a Victory in Vietnam rally in Bing a Leader of the Vietnam veterans against the Hamton Antiwar hecklers bring about Early end to Victory gathering Binghamton A fundamentalist preacher Carl Mcintire adjourned a a Victory in Vietnam rally two hours ahead of schedule saturday after encountering heckling from an Antiwar group. Mcintire told reporters he had never been treated so badly in any american City and would not return Here again. The confrontation took place on the Steps of the Broome county court House where Mcintire had led about 250 persons in the morning. There were about 150 persons in the Antiwar group waiting there. Before the heckling a Man who identified himself As Robert Sager of Binghamton and said he was a former army Captain who had served in Vietnam presented the minister with an american Flag. Sager said this was a Symbol of a othe 45,000 Young americans who died in Vietnam for a cause we believe was ?� at that Point Sager said Mcintire responded Only by saying he hoped the men had not died in vain. Later however another Man who refused to give reporters his name mounted the courthouse Steps and fired off a series of questions and comments opposing Mclyn tired to position on the War. Mcintire then tried to reply. But he was unable to address the crowd because of the heckling. Earlier in the rally Mcintire had appealed to the Antiwar group which included Many Young persons to hear him out. A of onto to Ever be guilty a he said then a oof asking your country to surrender to ?� Blacks replace presbyterian funds Portola Valley calif., apr Twenty Black presbyterian ministers and laymen have pitched in $500 each to replace a controversial $10,000 Church donation to the Angela Davis defense fund a Church official said saturday. A Oil to sure Many of them specially the ministers made the contribution at an extreme personal sacrifice a said or. William Thompson chief executive officer of the presbyterian Church in the . He made the announcement Here at a news conference on the anniversary of a Church sponsored retirement Community West of Palto Alto. He said the Money will replace $10,000 donated by the Church to committee on Church and race to help miss Davis a Black militant charged with murder get a fair trial. The original $10,000 will go Back to the Church. A nationwide dispute erupted Over the donation with thousands of Church members protesting in letters to presbyterian officials and More than 500 of 8,000 Church congregations vowing to Stop contributing to various Church funds. Thompson said the Twenty contributors from All Over the nation took the Money from their own pockets. Thompson said the original Vatican article defends guardian Angel Vatican City apr an doctrine of guardian Angels a went with them on their article in the Vatican to daily saying it was a based on the travels. Nani Nonn. A to. It a a _ j u a word of ?� and he quoted Matthew 18 10 a Osee that you do not despise one of these Little ones for i Tell you their Angels in heaven always behold the face of my father in ?� the Jesuit theologian recalled that Pope Pius Xii once told a group of american tourists that their guardian Angels newspaper saturday defends the concept that each human being has a a guardian Angels to help him Lead a Good life. Controversy Over the existence of Angels has swirled up in the roman Catholic Church in recent years since the famed dutch catechism de a dined to include them As part of essential Church teaching. In the article the Rev. Carl Boyer cited references to i Angels in both old and new testament and wrote a Omore wonderful than the visible universe there exists the invisible world of the ?� he went on to uphold a othe the Racine journal times 212 fourth St. A a Lee newspaper subscription rates Racine journal times Dally including the journal times sunday bulletin. Newsstand a single copy daily 10c sunday 30c Home delivery rates in Racine City a zone 75c per week and in Racine retail zone 65c per week payable to Carrier. Motor truck service in Racine City and retail zones 3 months s9.75 six months $19 50 one year $39 00 v mail subscription rates apply in areas a where motor routes or Carrier service is a is not available in Racine and Kenosha a counties. One year $30.00 six months $�?t7.00 three months $8 50 one month ,57 85 zones i-2 3-4 one year $36.00 six months $20 of three months $10.00 one month $3.50 armed service rates one year $30.00 six months $17.00 three a a. Months $8 50 one month $2.85 zones me death of Alexei Isayev its 5-6-7-8 one year $40.00 six months. $22.00 three months $11.00 one month chief rocket engine and space 3 75, armed service rates one year no aulsion de Siener the up $32.00 six months $18.00 three months designer me re 5900, one month $3 00. Port said Isayev 62, died Fri postmaster Send form 3579 to Racine journal times 212 4th St., Racine wis., 53403. Pope John Xxiii according to father Boyer used to say frequently a omy Good Angel told me ?� father Boyer also said John attributed to his guardian Angel the inspiration for the Vatican ecumenical Council. Church gift was to help her get a fair trial a not necessarily because we support her political ?� the Money did not come from member contributions but from a $100,000 Legal defense fund made up of unspecified gifts and bequests he said. Miss Davis an avowed communist and former Urcla p i i o i o p h y instructor is charged with murder Kidnap and conspiracy arising from the Marin county courthouse shootout last summer in which a judge and three others were killed. Grave is shrine John Paul Jones died a broken Man in 1792, was buried in an unidentified French grave and a Century later his remains were returned by an escort of . Warships to Annapolis where his grave is a National shrine. Vietnam Veteran beats addict s Odds a wire photo soviet is dead Russia announced saturday All mail subscriptions must be paid in Advance dial 634-3322 to member associated press Day but gave no details. Izvestia government newspaper said he was one of the main creators of the world to first Jet powered plane and indicated he was chief propel member audit Bureau of circulation Cinn dec Ioner of the Polin Trva to Inland daily press association Wisconsin Siuyu emf Cileli me to Unity sgt daily newspaper league american intercontinental ballistic mis newspaper publishers a is exclusively entitled to the Siles. He had received Many use or republication of All news credited on verment awards Ini in dip to it or not otherwise credited in this government dwarfs including paper and also the local news published three orders of Lenin the a daily journal founded january 1831. Tons highest. Tass said he do began As weekly in 1856. Racine times i it a Ned in oink unite for the Call absorbed in june 1932. Signed engine 11 s for me second class postage paid at Racine soyuz Salute spacecraft presently orbiting the Earth with three cosmonauts on Board and that unmanned a interplanetary stations rocketing toward Mars were created under his direction. Wis. Important subscribers who fail to get their newspaper Call your newsboy or journal times 634-3322, before 7 . Saturday 5 . Sundays la . And it will be delivered. Continued from Page i a he says a and almost Ever body was using ?� in any event Richie Linder lasted out his Vietnam tour totally addicted. He came Back Home the same. He bribed a military doctor $100 to give him a clean discharge and was released Back to the new York streets. Quality poor Back Home he got a Job but could no to keep it. He had other things on his mind than work. His habit which was easily satisfied with the purity of Vietnam cocaine now became a Nightmare. The heavily mixed Home product was worthless unless taken in very Large amounts. Five bags a Day soon became to then 15, then 20 and 25. A Oit Wasny to Long a Linda remembers a of was spending $125 a Day to stay ?� predictably he turned to crime to raise the Cash. Holdups Street larceny armed robbery.1 a of was never a cheap Crook a he says a of always went after big ?� so big in fact new York cops began arresting him on sight trial judges recognized him by reputation and the Fri put him on its list of to most wanted men. It was he recalls bad times a of was arrested 15 times i think and convicted twice. I should have been convicted a dozen More. I can remember it was very bad in jail. They to just toss me in and let me sweat it out by myself. They did no to have any treatment for addicts. I mean it was ?� it got so bad for Linder that the last time he was released from jail he decided he could not survive the endless Circle of addiction and arrest again. A of had to Stop or ?� so he joined one of new York to drug therapeutic c o in in i t ies horizon House where for the last 15 months he has undergone a mental metamorphosis. It Hasnett been easy. Therapeutic communities Are Homes for the worst Dregs in society. As such they Are regimented and demanding to a degree no other institution in the United states dares. Addicts must confess their deepest secrets then join a group Effort of rehabilitation. Members must be gracious responsive optimistic self reliant and enthusiastic a All the things they the never been before. Thus it is Only a Small percentage of enrollees Are Able to walk out one Day As clean free men. Very soon now Richie Linder now 25 years old will walk out such. He to shaken the drug dependency reconstructed his life style earned a . Degree in sociology and is eager to show a world of doubters that an addict can be helped. A of made it a he says hoping everyone hears a of made it ?� Jesus people have own High new York a sing ing dancing clapping an preaching some 300 a Jesus s people proclaimed a a spirit Ual revolution Here saturday and asked new yorkers to 1 a turn on to ?� a of revolution does no to have to be burning buildings a said Benjamin Alicea 18, a new York University senior and one of the organizers of a spiritual revolution ?� a Jesus was the greatest revolutionary a said Alicea a ohis revolution is in our ?� the a spiritual revolution a sponsored by several youth organizations reflects the growing popularity of a movement among Young people who Are a turning on to ?� for nearly three hours the Youthful crowd Sang and shouted in a Park across the Street from the United nations ignoring the hot Sticky june weather. Some closed their eyes and raised their hands Palms Forward dancing and chanting in a private Celebration of Faith. Waving signs Reading a oif your god is dead try Jesus and a of repent Boycott hell a participants shouted a of Amend As preachers exhorted them to love Jesus and each other. Alicea said he believed the ills that plague the world a drug addiction prostitution destruction of ecological balance were the a symptoms of ?� a Jesus cures sin and thus the symptoms a he said. Beckoning toward the . Building Alicea said a othe . Does no to have peace with in its members How can it bring peace to the world a Alicea said his revolution committee had presented the . With a seven Point a peace plan a which recommended among other things prayer and Reading the Bible. Some in the crowd said they were former narcotics addicts who escaped drugs through Faith in Jesus. Gail Meade 26, of Staten Island said he a was heavy into drugs and under indictment for burning his draft card when he discovered Jesus while awaiting trial in Chicago to Cook county jail. The youth who wore a heavy Silver Crucifix and carried a Bible which he a Oread constantly a contended it was his Faith in Christ that got him Only a three month sentence for burning the card. He said he could have served up to five years. A Jesus is the Only High we can have a said the sex addict who plans to become a minister. Summer sign up set for us Madison Madison wis. Apr a summer enrolment of More than 13,000 swelled slightly by students unable to find summer jobs is expected at the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus. Registration for the eight week summer session will begin monday and classes will begin tuesday. Super paint Sale Sears your Choice paint Sale non chalking Oil or acrylic Latex non chalking acrylic Latex House paint House paint dries quickly. In 12 dec dries in it hour. 1-coat orator colors and White coverage. 24 colors and 23015. White. 29015 guaranteed a i coat 450 a. It. 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