Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
2 May 1971

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2 May 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 18the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday May 2, 1971 90 pages�?8 sections �?30 cents president criticizes protesters t act is the american Flag was a dominant theme As marchers moved Down main Street in Racine saturday afternoon in a Parade marking loyalty Day. The sponsoring vow Post 1391 conducted a Flag raising ceremony preceding saturdays Parade. Another picture Page 8a. San Clemente Calif. Apr president Nixon said saturday that demonstrators seeking peace abroad have no right to a break the peace at Home a and he called some criticism of wire tapping a political he also said the Economy is in a Strong upturn although it can Zig and Zag. In a far ranging news conference on Domestic matters Nixon said in addition he is Likely to ask Congress to guarantee private Loans to Aid financially troubled Lockheed aircraft corp., very great strides Are being made for Black americans in such Fields As minority Enterprise he is against legalizing marijuana and he sees nothing to gain by calling a National conference on unemployment. Meet on Lawn scene of the half hour question and answer session was on the Lawn outside the entry to Nixon a Home overlooking the Pacific. On a Chilly overcast Day with the temperature in the High 50s, the president appeared near a gnarled Pine tree against a background of shrubs and a bed of Blue Flowers. The chief executive said he has no plans to meet with any of the thousands of demonstrators who have threatened to disrupt traffic and shut Down g o v e r Ament offices in Washington this week. A now with regard to the demonstrators a he said a when i say that i will not be intimidated and the Congress will not be intimidated i am simply stating the american principle that while everybody has a right to protest peacefully that policy in this country is not made by protests. Those who make policy must of course listen and then they must weigh All the other facts and then do what they think is right. A if this kind of illegal conduct continues next week. We Are prepared to Deal with it. We will arrest those who break the Law. The right peacefully to demonstrate. For peace abroad does not carry with it the right to break the peace at leaves by copter later in quest of warmer weather Nixon left by helicopter with his Golf clubs and three friends for the Palm Springs estate of Walter Annenberg ambassador to great Britain. Annenberg Wasny to there. With him for the overnight trip were businessmen c. G. A a Bebel Rebozo of key Biscayne fla., and Robert Abplanalp of Bronxville n.y., and Hobart Lewis a readers digest executive. Nixon was led into a discussion of wire tapping by a question about rep. Amanuel Ceiler d-n.y., who has been quoted As visualizing tapping As leading to a police state. Nixon asked where the Man who was Dean of All congressmen was in 1961, 1962 and 1963 when Nixon said there were twice As Many National Security wiretaps with no police state. Turn to Page 2a, col. I study blunts gains from pullout Washington a the rising costs of present and proposed Federal spending programs will eat up All the Revenue gained from Vietnam troop withdrawals and economic growth until 1975, a Brookings institution study indicated saturday. When the Long awaited a peace dividend does arrive it will be Small the report said a Only about $17 billion by 1976, As compared with the $30 billion forecast in president Nixon a budget message. And since most of the margin�?$15 billion of it would be in the form of a surplus in the social Security Trust fund Congress is quite Likely have spent it in Advance further increases in social Security benefits. To by 336-Page report the report a 336-Page volume titled a setting nation Al priorities the 1972 budget a was written by a former budget director Charles l. Schultze and three other staff economists of the nonpartisan nonprofit research institution. Edward r. Tried Alice m. Rivlin and Nancy h. Teeters. In a program by program appraisal of Nixon a $229.2-billion spending program and his projections for future years the authors concluded that a the Federal Highway Trust fund will be building up a multimillion Dollar surplus in the mid-1970s because Highway tax revenues will outrun the presently scheduled rate of Highway building by $1 billion to $1.5 billion a year. A the goal of 25 million new housing units in the decade 1969-1978 will be met. The authors foresee 23,380,000 new dwellings that amount would represent a a major upgrading in the Quality of the housing would require Rise a Nixon a economic Assumption underlying his a full employment budget a that National output will reach $1,065 trillion this year would require an estimated 9 per cent Rise in the Money Supply and so rapid an increase seems doubtful. A if the production goal is attained accompanied by a substantial decline in unemployment the Advance might renew inflationary pressures a and cause a noticeably larger increase in prices than the projected 4 per cent a in its Survey of transportation outlays the Brookings team suggested that the excess Highway fund accumulations will be larger than present outlays for mass transit and High Speed rail transportation combined. It suggested that Congress should weigh priorities in the Tansor tation area in deciding what to do with the accumulating funds. Milwaukee crowd protests Viet War Milwaukee a about 1,000 Young people gathered saturday on a vacant East Side lot to protest the Vietnam War and have a Good time. The youths flew kites ate free foods and listened to musical groups perform. More than two dozen policemen looked on. There was no confrontation Between the two groups and the Only communication was a few Brief discussions on a proposal that police Wear name tags and several other issues. 10,000 Gas readied for . War protest Washington a the military has prepared to move in up to 10.000 troops As thousands of demonstrators planned massive traffic tie for monday in a bid to halt the Indochina War. The defense department said it acted at the request of the Justice department a in response to the determination by the Federal government that illegal conduct breaches of the peace and attempts to close Down government services will not be Marine army paratroop and other regular units at bases As far away As North what s where business news Page 8e classified ads Page 8d editorial Page 12a local news Page 4a sports Page id women a news a Page in features Ann Landers. Page 6b entertainment Page 2c Horoscope Page 8b television radio Page in Carolina were placed on Alert. The statement said that any troops brought in will be kept on Federal property outside the main City and out of sight unless and until they Are needed. Organizers of the protest said the aim is to keep government workers from their jobs by blocking key intersections on routes from the suburbs. They profess belief that such tactics can Force an Early end to the Indochina War a theory challenged by Many critics of the War in and out of Congress. . Park police said at midday saturday 45,000 persons were gathered at West Potomac Park the staging area for demonstrators planning to disrupt traffic monday and tuesday. Some were sightseers and Young people out for a Good time thousands of others appeared committed to plans to Block traffic at Bridges and intersections a and thereby court arrest. He opposes the Viet War a wire photo a boarded War protestor who stood at the Steps of the Wisconsin state Capitol saturday wore a North vietnamese Flag painted on his face. He was one of 301 persons who listened to Antiwar speeches at the May Day rally. See Story on Page Iga Amtrak adds Sturtevant Sturtevant will be added to Amtrak a list of inter City rail passenger stops about May 15. It will be on a 120-Day trial basis rep. Les Aspin d-wis., announced saturday. The Racine area lost the last of its rail passenger service Friday night when the North Western made the last of its inter City runs. Effective saturday most non commuter passenger operations in the . Came under Amtrak a quasi governmental subsidized corporation which has Cut the number of trains in half. Amtrak a runs were to use the Milwaukee Road routing through Sturtevant but have Only a Glenview ii Stop Between Milwaukee and Chicago. A four member Racine delegation went to Washington ., in april to seek the Sturtevant Stop among other alternates to provide continued passenger service. A the purpose of the trial period is to see if there is in fact enough demand for rail service in the metropolitan area to warrant a permanent Stop in Sturtevant a Aspin said. A timetable will be announced he said but indications Are there will be one morning Stop of the Milwaukee to Chicago train and one evening Stop of the Chicago to Milwaukee train. More trains May be scheduled to Stop at Sturtevant later in the trial period he said. The four member committee included Darrell Wright chamber of Conizene executive vice president Harry Flyyn Flynn City economic d e v e i o p in e n t Secretary James Pavel Case co. Traffic manager and Thor Lieungh county supervisor. Aspin urged citizen use of the service and said if its wanted on a regular basis it will have to be used. He called the Amtrak decision one of a its rare schedule changes and said a two month rather than four month trial was first considered. Aspin said however that he is still working on some possibilities which May Lead to a return of passenger service to Racine Over the North Western tracks. Actress Dies new York a actress Glenda Farrell who starred in More than too movies and Many television shows died at her new York City Home saturday after a Long illness. She was 67. Pollution code sets open burning limits unveil High Ridge the Racine county institutions took on a new name saturday As a a High Ridge hospitals sign was unveiled. Unveiling the sign at the Green Bay Road institutions were mrs. John Butkus of 4926 Lathrop ave., left who a journal time photo by Chuck do an Auto submitted the winning name miss Ruth ged Wardt chairman of the county boards health and hospitals committee and Alexander l. Napolitano new institutions administrator. With Spring cleaning Well under Way Yards Are being raked garages Are undergoing their annual purging of debris and trash and leaves Are accumulating into piles which one Way or another must be gotten rid of. Under terms of Racine county a air solution ordinance some of that accumulation can be burned but a 1111111111111111111111111111111111 to 11111111 clean up hints Are yours for clean up week in a special tabloid Section inside in minium Nim i mum minium my Many county citizens Are discovering what can be burned and where and when it can be burned Are subject to several limitations. Basically the ordinance allows open burning of dry easily burned materials which will not give off noxious smoke with burning limited to the hours of noon to 5 . County supervisor Dennis Horn Wolf 23rd, who was chairman of the committee which drafted the ordinance said that this can include Many materials the Home owner often finds he must dispose of including leaves leftover lumber scraps dry tree limbs paper and other materials. It does not include he added tires oily substances garbage of any kind wet materials plastics or other similar materials. A these prohibited materials Are part of the county Ordi Nance a Kom Wolf said a but they also Are prohibited in state Kornwolf added that since most municipalities have Long had regulations limiting burning to specific hours the adjustment to the new hours should come easily. But other aspects of the regulations May not be As familiar to the Public he said. On of them is that All fires must be at least to feet inside th1 property line of the person doing the burning. A if there a anything burning less than to feet from the property line a Kornwolf re turn to Page 5a, col. I Racine area weather partly Cloudy and Cool Chance of a few Light showers today High around 50, cooler near the Lake. Fair and cold tonight with Frost or freezing temperatures Likely Low in the upper 20s. Mostly sunny and a Little warmer monday with a High near 60. North to Northeast winds 12 to 25 mph today. Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today and 5 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy Windy continued Cool Chance of showers Southeast. High today 45 to 55. Fair and unseasonably cold tonight with lows 24 to 34. Mostly sunny and warmer monday with highs 55 to 65

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