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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 28, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
86 ?"6 ?"30 cents regents planning us merger study Milwaukee a re gents of the University of Wisconsin and the state uni verities system established a joint committee saturday to study the merger proposed by gov. Patrick Lucey. The committee consisting of three members of each Board is to develop information and opinion on a othe advantages and disadvantages of varying factors involved in the merger of the us and state universities into a unified higher educational system. Unanimous vote the action to set up the study group was voted unanimously by members of both boards at a joint meeting saturday at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. President Bernard Ziegler of the us regents and w. Roy Kopp Platteville president of the state University Board were each empowered to appoint three members. They promised to name them by tuesday. Views and positions of faculty students citizens administrative and alumni on the merger Are to be actively solicited by the committee. No deadline was set for a report Bur regents suggested that it be expedited. Several hours of discussion of the merger proposal preceded the action. A Ono opinion expressed a Ono opinion of either Board was expressed for or against the merger a Ziegler tolds newsmen. A discussions entered on educational organization and administration of the Field of ?� a Othis was a very helpful meeting getting together face to face and putting the cards on the table As it were a said Kopp. A Oit enabled All of us to feel More clearly the problems the things we would have to seriously consider if a merger were to take ?� student concern a othe things uppermost in the minds of both boards Are the students and the Quality of education that to going to be offered a Kopp added. A How it to going to affect the student can Only be answered one Way it will improve the education that we offer the students of it does no to we will oppose the merger because we stand for Quality in ?� Kopp said he personally Felt that if a merger were accomplished it would make very Little difference As far As the student is concerned. After saturday briefing the Racine journal time vol. 39, no. 13 Racine Wisconsin sunday March 28, 1971 group formed to preserve Parkside Rescue squad members worked to free the body of a Racine Man killed saturday when his car was struck by a train at the Layard ave. Crossing of the Chicago and North Western railway tracks. Working in the foreground is Robert Radewan As it. John mozol approaches the wrecked Auto. Journal times photo or Chuck Lyan Fulsto car train crash kills Racine Man at Layard Avenue crossing a 24-year-old Racine Man was killed saturday afternoon when his car was hit by a freight train at the Layard ave. Crossing of the Chicago and North Western railway tracks. Dead is Duane e. Hilger of 1231 Yout St. Police said Hilger apparently drove in front of the train which was travelling about 30 Miles per hour. The car was dragged about three blocks before the train came to a halt. Rescue squad members said Hilger was alone in the Auto. He was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Luke to Hospital. Meanwhile police Are seeking the Driver of an Auto which struck a 15-year-old girl at Murray ave. And 16th St. About 7 . Saturday. Sharon Johnson of 164414 Phillips ave., was taken to St. Luke to Hospital by the Rescue squad. She was released after treatment. Police said the Auto which struck miss Johnson did not Stop. More gis withdrawn Saigon apr the . Command announced saturday the Stan Down of three More american units totalling 2,470 men As part of the sixth phase of troop withdrawals from South Vietnam. The latest announced . Troop strength in South Vietnam was 312,900. By Robert Frahm journal times staff the formation of the a Southeastern Wisconsin committee to preserve Parkside occurred saturday after a briefing on proposed budget cuts for the University of Wisconsin held at us Parkside. Speaking at the briefing which was requested by a citizens group Parkside Chancellor Irvin g. Wyllie said that the budget cuts for the University of Wisconsin in gov. Patrick j. Lucey its proposed 1971-73 budget would have Adverse effects on the University of Wisconsin Parkside. Chancellor Wyllie said that Parkside is a particularly on the budget Side being confronted with the suggestion that we can do everything better we can do More on ?� formation of the a Southeastern Wisconsin committee to preserve Parkside was aimed at furthering a othe activities of us Parkside its students and ?� mrs. Frances Jaeschke former president of the Kenosha school Board and a member Trevor Man wins in Irish stakes a Kenosha county Man won $48,000 saturday when the horse he held a ticket on placed second in the Irish sweepstakes at Dublin. Herman Quoss of Rock Lake who said he to never won a Nickel on anything before was one of seven americans holding tickets on Tandy the second place horse. Quoss a 65-year-old Kiln fireman at a China manufacturing firm in Antioch 111., said he was a Okind of stunned but a Little disappointed that he did no to win first prize of $140,000. A you might As Well High a he said. John Culshaw of Sturtevant won $75,000 in the Irish sweepstakes of 1937. The following year a Waterford Man the late Francis Kortendick won $3,200 when he held a Lucky sweepstakes ticket. Quoss said he will probably use. Part of his prize Money to buy a trailer and do some travelling. A Oil to been thinking about retiring anyway a he said. A of probably will now sooner than i ?� foreign policy of 70s to Foster Unity Rogers Washington apr create among americans a ing and the More restrained Secretary of state William p. New National Unity and Pur diplomatic style we Are a a j pose in our foreign policy assuming Are aimed at realize Rogers said. A Uray a policy no longer haunted by ing the Promise of the rest of ministration is shaping a . The past it but committed fresh the 20th ?� foreign policy aimed at Over by to the opportunities of the no preponderant role coming in the next decade future it a As the Secretary of state a othe deep and destructive i foreign policy report pictured . Foreign policy visions of the 1960s�?� fostered in presenting a state under president Nixon a othe by the Vietnam War. Department state of the world United states must play a portraying the american report on the Nixon adminis Large and Active role in world Public As broadly backing . To ration to foreign policy Over affairs yet we should not seek foreign policy in the first the past two years Rogers a preponderant ?� years after world War ii added questioned about the Nixon then becoming deeply split a on Vietnam the most doctrine of reducing . Mili Over the Southeast asian con divisive Issue facing us we tary presence abroad Rogers Flint Rogers said have opened and will continue told newsmen that the continue omy great Hope is that the to follow a Road leading the ing . Treaty commitments path Weare taking can help United states out to the War. Do not require stationing of a Ono one would argue that american troops on foreign Al a1 Al we Sokoum defend indefinitely soil. He said a oin most cases Vav hat s were the Security of South Vietnam we tre not going to withdraw business news Page 2dcompletely a but the extent of classified ads Page 6d a your National preoccupy a . Military presence will editorial Page 10a Tion with Vietnam has depend on the policy at the local news Page 4a preempted our attention from time he said. Obituaries Page 5d other areas of. Concern. By Rogers spoke in an introduce sports Page in ending our involvement in the tory comment to the lengthy women to news Page in War we will restore perspex state department foreign poli Tive by altering the character by report which he is present fat ufos of our involvement in the ing to the Senate and House Ann Landers Page 10b world we will reestablish a a affairs committee chairmen entertainment Page 8c Lance in the conduct of our As a followup to last month to Horoscope Page so relations. S Ixon foreign policy message television radio Page ii a othe policies we Are adopt to Congress. Boy scouts told to soar of the group which organized the briefing was named temporary chairman of the new organization. Under Luceyk to budget proposals Parkside would lose $3.6 million earmarked for a variety of Campus services called a decision items in the budget requests. The University Board of regents recommended $4.3 million for these services while Luceyk to proposal recommends $723,000. Parkside would also lose an estimated $170,000 because the funding formula for increased enrolments Over the next two years would be based on Cost Levels for the Wisconsin state University system rather than on those of the University of Wisconsin system. In addition Parkside to share of an Overall $9.3 million base Cut in the University of Wisconsin budget would be �?o$14 million to $1.2 million court bars haircuts for jailed husband Rochester . Apr mrs. Maxwell Ziegler with an assist from the american civil liberties Union has obtained a state supreme court order barring Monroe county Penitentiary officials from cutting her husband to hair. Zeigler 23, was sentenced to spend 52 weekends in prison after pleading guilty to Possession of dangerous drugs. A of done to like my husband with his hair Short a said mrs. Zeigler. A and Iti be seeing him five Days a week prison officials Only two Days a ?� depending on How the Cut is distributed according to Wyllie. Wyllie expressed concern Over the a decision items Cut. He said the University to re Hopes dim for 2 miners Carmichaels a. A two holes were drilled saturday deep into a burning Coal Shaft where two miners were trapped but Rescue workers said sophisticated listening devices lowered through the holes monitored no sounds of life. Crews then started work on a third Hole in Hopes of reaching the men. Tile said drills were not expected to reach the level where the men were trapped until at least Daybreak. Rescuers also reported special seismic devices deployed on the surface failed to detect sounds of life in the Buckeye Coal co. Shaft about 340 feet below the surface. Company officials have held Little Hope for the men to survival. The first Drill penetrated a Section of the mine where Richard Randolph 63, is believed to have been when the fire broke out about to . Friday. The second Rig Cut to the spot 500 feet away where Charles Gibson 61, was thought to have been working. Drillers said a partial roof fall was encountered at the base of the first Hole. Quest of $5.4 million was reduced to $4.3 million after a review by the Board of regents. This $4.3 million he said was reduced to $3.3 million by the coordinating Council for higher education and finally to $722,900 by the governor. A what is left a said Wyllie a Oare simply Price increases that account for inflationary rises in the Cost of present ?� one of the things to be affected by the decision items Cut Wyllie said would be the Library learning Center. He said the facility itself would not be lost but that Money would not be available for staffing the Center. Other decision items that would be affected by the proposed Cut include four proposed new majors at Parkside and programs such As intern teaching credit by examination placement services vocational and academic counselling and drug control programs. Cuts also would be made for Protection and Security increased business services and administrative data processing he said. A owe feel that in addition to avoiding the base Cut a Wyllie said a owe also want to get substantial restitution on decision ?� referring to the base Cut Wyllie said one of the ironies of the proposal is that the budget was presented As if to Forward undergraduate education yet it taken j6.8 million from undergraduate programs. He said the proposed cuts would result in a Oless instructional service for our students than we have available this ?� Wyllie said it. Gov. Martin Schreiber called the problem of distributing the Cut internal turn to Page 5a. Col. 4 part of fund drive mayor s chores Aid girl with brain tumor american Falls Idaho apr the mayor shampoos hair boxes groceries mixes hamburgers scrubs corridors and makes a mean pizza. Mayor Ralph Wheeler or. Has rented out himself to do All sorts of chores As part of the Community program to a save our american resources soar was the rallying cry saturday at a conservation clinic for Racine county boy scout leaders and interested persons held at the boy scout service Center with Serge e. Logan As chairman. Ecology topics included air and water pollution fish and game conservation and the urging that a now is the time for a Good men to come to the Aid of their ?� gathering ecology pamphlets above and discussing the problem with Logan right were David Desotell left 3418 Kinzie ave. Dave Osmundsen 9209 5 mile Road Franksville and William j. Rumpus 9426 Caddy Lane Caledonia. Journal times photo he Chuck d afoul so raise Money for a local girl with a brain tumor. He raised $271 in two Days. A Oil to having a Ball a says Wheeler 38, a druggist and president elect of the association of Idaho cities. It All started when Wheeler designated March As a Otheree to help for Jeanette month in an Appeal for Money for Jeanette Davis 18. She has been ill four years but attended High school until last fall. She now is confined to a wheel chair. Doctors done to want to operate so current plans Are to put her in a school for the physically handicapped where she can learn a Trade. More than $1,100 has been collected in this Southern Idaho Community of 2,847. The drive which ends april 8, has no specific goal. Jeanette to parents Are separated and both work. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and warm today with High around 50. Partly Cloudy tonight with Low near 30. Fair and cooler Mon Day with High in upper 30s. Westerly winds 15-25 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with highs in 40s North upper 40s to Low 50s South. Partly Cloudy and colder tonight with lows in 20s Northwest half 27 to 33 in the Southeast half. Fair and cooler monday with highs mostly in the 30s. To tip Vyn irs. Ai s.41 am. And will a at Art 0 in
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