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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 7, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. To Otto it the Racine journal times Racine Wisconsin sunday March 7, 1971 70 pages�?6 sections �?30 cents Law Amo planning to resume talks today negotiations Between american motors corp. And the United Auto workers broke Down late saturday afternoon with a virtually no Progress reported by a company spokesman. Negotiators were to meet again at i . Today in Detroit. The Union has set a strike a target Date for monday but has Given the company no strike notice yet a company spokesman said. The talks Over a new labor contract effect some 11,000 employees at Amo the nations fourth largest automaker. Ralph Daum president of local 72 at Amcis Kenosha plants said the unions Posi. Resp Onse to a journal times poll of voters in last weeks unified school District referendum reveals Many rejected the $7.1 million Bond Issue because of an increase in property tax busing building schools outside of the City and what some termed a a frills in school buildings. Story Page 6a. Tion when negotiations broke off saturday a was come Back in with your Best offer tomorrow and Well take a look at it and decide what to do from there Daum said the negotiations saturday hammered out a some a of the a knotty problems dealing with insurance. Also worked out was a new program that would establish a company wide policy to treat alcohol or drug problems a was illnesses rather than penalty or disciplinary action a said Daum. The Union made its proposal for a four year contract on wednesday. It would give Amo employees essentially what the big three agreed to in a three year contract with its employees. Amo returned to the table with a counter proposal on a four year contract Friday but it was rejected by the Union. Daum said Union made what it Felt was a a sweeping concessions with the four year package but added that a the company was Balking about the company a ability to pay under the four year proposal seemed to be a major Point of discussion. One of the areas posing problems in the negotiations at this Point Daum added was the question of pensions. Rail talks Are halted Washington apr Marathon rail bargaining talks Over work rules ground to an indefinite halt saturday with the possibility the United transportation Union May Call scatter gun walkouts against various carriers. A we have an understanding there will be no nationwide rail strike a asst. Secretary of labor w. J. Usery or. Said in an interview. A but that does not eliminate the possibility of selective Usery said adding that it would be up to carriers to halt walkouts by seeking temporary restraining orders in court. Usery said Union and management recessed negotiations after 13 Days a because bargaining has slowed to a snails Pace even though Only a limited number of issues remain unresolved. Mew min a wire photo Mike Friedrich a senior at Santa Clara Calif University shows some of his Batman comic books for which he wrote the texts 1 comics Antl pots t0 drawings. He a paying his Way through College by this Means. Jou a a it san awful lot of fun a says Mike. A kind of like being the kid in the Candy store Only now i can Tell Batman what to do instead of just Reading about truce deadline nears who Hurt my Baba a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas two year old Nicole Wacks 3210 Victory ave., consoled her Puppy Baba after the dog fell victim to someone who could easily win the title of the Cine lest person in the City. Sometime Between 9 30 . And Midnight Friday someone pulled out All the dog s claws. A veterinarian said he doubted the claws would grow Back. The Cocker Spaniel toy Collie is nine months old. Syrian warplanes Fly Over Israel turkish dragnet Hunts kidnappers of 4 yanks by the associated press syrian warplanes swooped Over israeli positions on the occupied Golan Heights saturday the israeli military command announced one Day before the expiration of the latest Middle East cease fire at Midnight today Cairo time or 4 . Racine time. It was the first syrian overflight reported since the cease fire first went into effect last August. Observers in Tel Aviv expressed belief that the two syrian mig21s were on a reconnaissance flight Over the Heights seized by Israel in the 1967 Middle East War. It was not known if israeli air or ground forces engaged the intruders. The israeli spokesman said the incident was reported to the . Truce supervision Headquarters in Jerusalem. In Cairo egyptian officials declined to comment on . Secretary general u Thant a Appeal for an Extension of the cease fire which comes to an end sunday night. Unofficial reports from Cairo said an estimated 100,000 egyptian troops were on Alert along the Suez canal and Damascus reports said the 75,000-Man syrian army also was on Alert. The egyptian officials said that president Anwar Sadat will Deal with the cease fire question when he addresses the National Assembly sunday evening. Ankara apr police and troops stretched a dragnet across this turkish capital and manned roadblocks on its highways saturday in search of terrorists who kidnapped and threatened to kill four . Airmen. It was not known if the kidnappers had carried out their death threat. The deadline for the payment of $400,000 ran what s where business news. 2c classified ads 6c editorial. 10a local news. 4a obituaries. 6c sports. Id women a news in features Ann Landers. 5b entertainment. 8d Horoscope. 3b television radio. Page 9d som passed saturday morning. . And turkish officials made no move to pay. The victims a. Sgt. Jimmie j. Sexton san Angelo Tex. Airman i. C. Larry j. Heavner Denver Colo. Richard Caraszi Stamford conn., and James m. Gholson Alexandria kidnapped on thursday. Suspect Bluff turkish officials expressed a belief that the threat to execute the four men was a Bluff and had to be called to prevent other such incidents informed sources said. . Diplomats were tense but expressed some optimism. A a we re hoping like crazy a said one. A a that Sall i can say. We re Ankara was generally quiet after fridays student disorders touched off by a police search of Middle East technical University in the Hunt for the Kidnap victims. Altogether four persons died in riots Friday related to the kidnapping. Soldiers searching dormitories saturday however found a a huge amount of explosives arms and ammunition police said. Hundreds of students were arrested. Crucial importance capture of the kidnappers is of crucial political importance to turkeys pro Western Justice party government of Premier Suleyman Demirel. Demireles position has been weakened by student unrest and anti american violence in recent months. He holds Only a slim majority in parliament. . Ambassador William Handley issued an Appeal saying it was his a fervent Hope that the americans would be released a safely and As soon As the Appeal was broadcast saturday afternoon by the state radio. Doing of Christine Marie Denna who weighed one Pound six ounces at birth last wednesday is amazing her doctors with her strength and map wire photo vitality in Redondo Beach Calif. She was born three months premature. She has lost an ounce in weight which doctors say is Normal. Commenting on the peace efforts egyptian government spokesman Munir Hafez said a we Are not ready to live with words and statements while our territories Are still a it is High time now for deeds and not there was no immediate comment from Israel either to Thant a Appeal. But the israeli Cabinet is scheduled to meet today. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy Windy and colder with occasional Snow flurries today. High in the upper 20s. Clearing and colder tonight. Low in the mid teens. Mostly sunny and a Little warmer monday with a High in the Low 30s. Northwest winds today 15 to 30 . Precipitation probabilities 30 per cent today 5 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy with Snow flurries Likely Northeast colder with highs mostly in the 30s. Clear in Gand colder tonight lows 5 to 12 North 12 to 20 South. Mostly sunny and a Little warmer monday highs 25 to 30 North 30 to 35 South. The Sun Rose at 6 18 . And will set at 5 48 .surface apathy no guarantee student u rest is Over by Richard Blystone associated press writer the campuses have been so quiet lately. Are we in for an Era of student rest possibly if Tranquility Means no sit ins no flying bottles no chanting multitudes. But if it Means Faith optimism and a sense of belonging apparently not. A something new is Upton us and it is at once More encouraging and More worrisome a William j. Mcgill president of Columbia University recently told a dinner audience. A we have very Little idea where it is he was talking about the withdrawal of formerly activist students into increasingly bitter alienation not Only from the violent left but from american society and its institutions including the colleges and season quiet it was a quiet fall to be sure most noticeably on campuses that Felt the riots and rallies of the late 1960s and the strikes and shootings of last Spring. Libraries were packed and football crowds set records. Administrators turned to financial crises that had been grow ing like mushrooms in the Shadow of More spectacular problems. Campus newspaper editorials decried a wave of 1950s-style student apathy. Mass gatherings declined in number and attendance. In Many cases results ranged from disappointing to ignominious. The Fri reported 130 student demonstrations Between the opening of schools and nov. 19. In 1969, according to the american Council on education the october and november Antiwar moratoriums alone generated More than to times that Many. The Spring invasion of Cambodia touched off protest actions at More than 500 protests smaller demonstrations feb. To against the .-backed South vietnamese incursion into Laos like nationwide War protests last oct. 31, Drew fractions of the numbers of past actions. A feb. To rally on the new Haven Green near Yale in 25-degree weather attracted fewer than one tenth of the 25,000 who turned out for the october moratorium there in 1969. At the of Washington Seattle with More than 30,000 students and teachers fewer than 50 attended a december rally against nonunion lettuce. Berkeley radicals announced they would disrupt calms big football game with Stanford. They let hundreds into the game free and one youth carried a National liberation front Flag onto the Field at halftime. Some Stanford band members roughed him up and the rest of the band played on. Yet even in the doldrums the Laos demonstrations showed there Are thousands of Young americans willing to demonstrate. And close observers of the Campus say a Cool fall and Winter do not necessarily Rule out a hot Spring. A i think this Spring an Issue will come up and a lot of people who Are sitting around now will be mobilized a said Tom Slaughter University of Kansas senior. A a it a just a matter of getting these people mad again. Right now they re not mad they re just a is the anti War movement dead a read an advertisement for a University of Wisconsin rally to protest a visit by defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird in january. Laird cancelled but about 1,500 Young people turned out anyway in near Zero temperature to hear exhortations for support of showdowns in Spring. Contemplated by various groups Are marches on washing ton and san Francisco in april a a ratification of a a peace treaty negotiated Between representatives of the National student association and a number of North and South vietnamese groups and a May Campaign of a a struggle against the War and on behalf of imprisoned Black panthers. A the period of quiescence i think is Over a John frames of the Chicago seven told the Wisconsin change Likely whether or not he is right it is unlikely that a the movement will be the same. When school opened last fall Many leaders of past actions were not in evidence tired out dropped out kicked out gone underground or graduated. The new leadership is hampered by fragmentation of the left that has been going on for two years. A a we be got plenty of organizations we could use some organization a said a pretty Radical University of Michigan coed. Turn to Page 2a, col. I

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