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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 21, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 39, no. 12ttwtojj the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday March 21, 1971 86 pages�?6 sections�?30 cents a journal times photo by Chuck do acquis Toonder of the Day Back when Money was really a hard Cash Eliza Smith received a Wells Fargo amp co. Money order for $20 in Gold. The Money order issued too years ago on Jan. La 1871, and cashed to Days later on Jan. 21, was found in an old Chest of drawers owned by mrs. De glad of 300 Goold St. By her son Guy 16, and Sam Cicero also 16, of 3058 n. Wisconsin St. Guy above planning to re finish the Dresser found the old Money order under the top drawer. Mrs. Glad said she found a record of an Eliza Smith in Racine in a Book of Early settlers in Racine county. That Eliza Smith was a daughter of a Man who settled Here in the 1840s, mrs. Glad said. Chichester Clark quits As North Irish Leader Belfast Northern Ireland apr prime minister James Chichester Clark resigned saturday night and asked Britain for a some further initiative to crush terrorist gunmen of the outlawed Irish Republican army. The prime ministers resignation was prompted by right Wing protestant demands for harsher action against Ira militants who seek forcible Union Between British ruled Northern Ireland and the roman Catholic dominated Irish Republic. British guideline British prime minister Edward Heath called off a visit to West Germany scheduled to begin today and conferred with his top advisers about the Ulster crisis. The British government made it Clear Chichester Clarks successor must follow his moderate policies or risk direct Rule of the strife torn province from London. Chichester Clarks resignation statement said Public and parliamentary opinion in the predominantly pro t e s to a n t province demands a measures which can bring the current Ira Campaign swiftly to an Twenty persons have been killed this year in gun Battles and riots. Right Wing pressure on Chichester Clark became intense after three Young British soldiers were ambushed and murdered to Days ago. Rightist demand Chichester Clark said he pressed on British ministers his View that a some further initiative is James Chichester Clark rightists in the ruling unionist party have demanded a major boost in the number of British troops in Northern Ireland and such other measures to internment of known Ira extremists. The prime minister asked tuesday for 4,000 More troops to bolster the 8,250 now on duty Here but was promised Only 1,300. The implication was that Britain would step in to administer the province if Hartline right wingers gained Power after Chichester Clarks departure. Britain a defense minister lord Carrington was reported to have voiced this warning during a Belfast meeting with unionist party leaders earlier in the Day. Carrington flew Back to report to Heath immediately after his visit. 689 Days in office Chichester Clark became prime minister of Northern Ireland on May i 1969. His 689 Days in office were among the most turbulent in Ulster a history of sectarian strife. Chichester Clark said his resignation state a i have decided to resign because i see no other Way of bringing Home to All concerned the realities of the present constitutional political and Security situation. A it is apparent that Public and parliamentary opinion in Northern Ireland looks to the Northern Ireland government for measures which can bring the current Ira Campaign swiftly to an end. Quot i have expressed to British ministers the full Force of this. And have pressed upon them my View that some further initiative is no successor was named immediately for Chichester Clark a 48-year-old former army major. Mentioned As a probable replacement was Brian Faulkner 50, development minister in Chichester Clarks government. As a matter of form Chichester Clark will remain in office As caretaker prime minister until the unionist party names a successor. In gop publication allege Demsy peace plan identical to Al Viets Washington apr a Republican National committee publication claimed saturday several prominent democrats have backed an end the War proposal the state department says is essentially the same As one advocated by the communists at the vietnamese peace talks. State department officials shied away from the Republican report asserting the context in which the National committee used the departments analysis of the proposal was not intended by the department. The report appearing in the cop publication monday notes democratic signers of the advertisement in the new York times backing the proposal included former sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy of Minnesota the wife of sen. Philip Hart of Michigan and reps. Bella Abzug and William f. Ryan of new York Ron Dellums and Don Edwards of what s where business news Page 2d classified ads Page 6d editorial. 10a local news. 4a obituaries. 6d sports. In features women s news in Ann Landers. 3b entertainment. Ioc Horoscope. 7b television radio. Page 9c almost set to Fly again California John Conyers or. Of Michigan and Parren Mitchell of Maryland. Goodell signed the and promoting a a joint treaty of peace Between the people of the United states South Vietnam and North Vietnam a was signed also by former sen. Charles Goodell a new York Republican. The gop publication made no mention of his endorsement. When asked for an explanation a spokesman for the publication said a the article is Only about democrats and a a we be forgotten about Charlie Goodell he a a bad Goodell a Dove who took an ant administration line on Wisconsin Man sees More Snow Brodhead wis. Apr take it from a Man who ought to know there should be four More snowfalls this season. Mack ties who uses an old Indian formula handed Down from one generation of his family to another predicted nov. 28 that there would be 54 snowfalls for the season of 1970-71. Right now after last fridays wet heavy snowfall that buried much of Wisconsin he a four Short. And that could be bad news if he a right. Ties uses a formula that involves the age of the new Moon a past new Moon and the age of the month the Date of the first tracking Snow. Rereading of Calley trial testimony of d it. Benning a. A it. William Calley a defense counsel failed in a vigorous Effort saturday to Block another extensive rereading of prosecution testimony from his my map wire photo an adult male surf Scoter one of 12 ducks sent from san Francisco to the Philadelphia zoo last january after they had been rescued from a saturating Oil Slick following a collision Between two Oil tankers in the Bay there flaps his wings As he is held by zoo curator John Griswold. Of the 12 Birds shipped to the zoo. Only four survived. Lai murder trial a which it claims gives the government a a second shot at convicting him. A a it a a second trial that a what it is that a what it is that a cruel and unusual punishment keeping this boy waiting waiting while we retry this Case a was the bitter complaint of chief defense attorney George Latmer after the court martial jury asked that the entire testimony of four key witnesses be reread a a process that could take Many hours. Some of it has not even been transcribed from the courtroom stenographic notes. The judge col. Reid Kennedy tried by Means of a note to get the jury to Settle for certain Pivotal areas in the testimony they had cited. But they sent him Back a note which said they a wanted the entire Kennedy announced that the rereading of testimony already transcribed would begin it. William Calley at 2 . Today. Meanwhile he said he will sit Down with the lawyers and try to gain agreement that unofficial tape recordings May be played to the jury in lieu of the a transcribed testimony. The jury meanwhile continued its deliberations for a fourth Day within a locked room presumably unaware of the storm stirred up by their request. Calley 27, is accused of the premeditated murder of 102 unresisting vietnamese men women and children during an american assault on my Lai March 16, 1968. The maximum sentence upon conviction is death. Survey of 600 Homes needs of elderly to be determined a group of volunteers working out of the Racine office of Urban concern will begin a Survey of 600 households this week to determine the needs of the City a elderly. The offices director the Rev. John m. Murtaugh said the Survey will be headed by sister Jeanne Trimier sister Kay Troestler miss Nancy Hall 900 main St., and mrs. Leo Mutchler 3524 Washington ave. The a hips of to Hosp who will be contacted were obtained from a Survey conducted by the Racine unified school District. All of those scheduled for visits from the volunteers Are 60 years of age or older. The Survey area is bounded by Washington ave., Lake Michigan 7th St. And 12th St. A test Survey to help develop the pattern of this More extensive sampling was conducted in a 20-Block area be to pin 13th and 14th its. And Washington ave. And the Lake last november and december. Those contacted in that initial Survey will not be re contacted. Sister Trimier said the results of the Survey will be used to develop an action program to meet the most critical needs of the areas senior citizens. The Survey includes such questions As do you own your own Home ate you receiving benefits from the Homestead tax Relief act who takes care of your Home repairs what do you like about your neighbourhood what problems exist in the neighbourhood who takes care of your housekeeping do you have a phone does anyone live with you does someone Contact you each Day do you have television or radio or take a daily newspaper How turn to pag1 4a, col i the jury began deliberations wednesday and there has been no indication the members Are near a verdict. Kennedy pointed out in a courtroom session without the jury the four witnesses requested by the jury All were present along a Trail where the government charges Calley directed the killing of a group of 30 vietnamese civilians. This was the first specification of the governments Case. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy today with Little change in temperature and a Chance of Light Snow. High in the mid-30s. Mostly Cloudy with a Chance of Snow flurries tonight. Low in the Low 20s. Monday variable cloudiness and a Little colder. High near 30. Winds today from the Southeast at 8 to 16 . Precipitation probabilities 40 per cent today 30 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy with Light Snow Likely North and Central today with a Chance of occasional Light Snow South. Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Snow flurries tonight. Vietnam was attacked for his stand by vice president Spiro t. Agnew and was Defeated in an election bid last fall. The publication said the treaty is being a supported and circulated by the left Wing National student it quoted the state department As saying its provisions a the same a Are in essence the same terms which have been put Forward repeatedly Over the past two years by the communist delegation in Paris. They have not proved acceptable to any political group in South Vietnam except the Viet the proposed treaty includes Calls for . Agreement to an immediate and total withdrawal from Vietnam with a publicly set Date a . Pledge to a Stop imposing the current South vietnamese administration a on the people of South Vietnam a and . And vietnamese agreement to respect the us a is Independence peace and neut r a i i t y of Laos and this unique band instrument is so Small that band leaders can play it with one hand and direct the band with the other. Larry Ramirez head of Quality control at the Holton co., Elkhorn a division of Leblanc co. Of Kenosha tests the pocket Cornet. The tones of the Horn Are checked by a tone control machine on shelf at left which is More accurate than the human ear. The importance of music today to students instrument manufacturers and to the Economy of the Southeastern Wisconsin area is pointed out along with More photos on Page 6a. A journal Timos photo by Don Reed
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