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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin A gravel Choice of 40�?� or 50�?�m0wer Racine sunday bulletin sunday May 2, 1971 bombers struck a mile and a half North of the ambush site and three More hit two Miles South of it. They unloaded 180 tons of explosives on suspected North vietnamese troop concentrations and underground Bunker Saigon a . B52 bombers staged new raids in tile a Shau Valley sector in the North saturday in an attempt to strike at North vietnamese troops who ambushed an american patrol. Three of the High flying complexes believed used As the a Shau Valley. It is a bases by the ambush Force major North vietnamese oper results of the raids were not rating base along the laotian known. Border 28 Miles Southwest of in the ambush Friday five Hue. . Soldiers were killed and to wounded while on a reconnaissance Mission just East of Thieu criticized those who advocated a coalition or coexistence with the communists. This was an apparent thrust at his political rival vice president Nguyen Cao by who has been urging that a people of the other Side be allowed to participate in South Vietnam a presidential elections next fall. By is expected to oppose Thieu in the presidential race. The . Command announced the Start of the withdrawal of one of the two full american combat divisions still in Vietnam. Begins stand Down the command said one battalion of the 101st airborne division had begun to stand Down preparatory to beginning withdrawal to the United states. The Only other division Here is the americal officially designated As the 23rd infantry division. In All the . Command announced that 20 army and Marine corps units with a total authorized strength of nearly 4,000 men were pulled out of combat status and started processing for withdrawal soon. The move is part of the new seventh round of troop cutbacks that will reduce . Strength from its present 281,400 men to 184,000 by dec. Nam passed uneventfully for the most part. President Nguyen Van Thieu in a May Day message read for him on National television repeated his vow never to accept a coalition with the communists in South Vietnam. Two More lost the . Command reported two More army helicopters were shot Down in the Northern a Shau Valley area but a spokesman said there were no casualties. The losses raised to 7,752 the number of . Aircraft of All types destroyed in the Indochina War since coverage on protests improving state underground editor claim claims use up Chicago 111. A hospitals Are using More and More blood for surgery and therapy the american association of blood Banks reports. In 1969, 1276 institutional members of the association transfused 5,548,807 pints of blood or blood components. This was up from 5,008,170 units by 1219 members in 1968 and 4,935,084 units by 1192 in 1967. About 25 per cent of All blood transfused goes to cancer patients according to or. John Henry association president. Aggressive and hopeful treatment of leukaemia accounts for much of the demand the Abb reports. Blood platelets and chemicals now extend for years the lives of children with acute leukaemia who formerly died in a few weeks. Terre haute ind. Apr the editor of an underground newspaper said saturday coverage of the Anli War protest movement by the regular professional press has changed for the better recently. The speaker Mark Knops is editor of the Madison Kaleidoscope in Madison wis. He spoke at the Region 5 conference of the professional journalism society. Knops said that for years a the straight press had been hostile to Vietnam War Knops criticized those attending the conference for their reaction to Daniel Hen Kin assistant Secretary of defense for Public affairs who spoke Friday night. A i saw a relative docile response to him a Knops said. A it seemed everybody was afraid to question him. They seemed uptight on Knops outlined his papers coverage of the bombing of the army math research Center at the University of Wisconsin in which one person was killed. A i feel the bombing was right but the death was tragic a Knops said. Asked whether he had qualms about covering the bombing Knops said he did a some soul searching. There was total paranoia in Madison with All the Fri agents and police. But what a the reason for an underground press if it wont take a Knops was indicted by a state grand jury for refusing some of us can rest comfortably anytime anywhere anyhow Manila apr at least three persons were killed and several More wounded saturday when a labor Day rally by workers and Youthful activists erupted in explosions and gunfire in front of the philippine Congress building. The violence erupted As several Hundred demonstrators conducted an a anti imperialist rally on the Steps of Congress. Police and demonstrators gave conflicting accounts of what happened. Ericson Bacu Linao president of the student Union of the University of the Philippines said a demonstrator was giving a speech when suddenly police began firing into the crowd from inside and on top of Congress. Police said bombs and gunfire were directed at them first. Two news reporters covering the demonstration said that explosions similar to those from homemade bombs erupted As three policemen tried at dusk to lower the Philippines Flag flying in front of Congress. The explosions were followed immediately by bursts of automatic weapon fire and the demonstrators dashed in All directions the reporters said. The gunfire echoed Down the Broad in Levard fronting Congress for about 20 minutes As scores of youths huddled in a Grassy Park directly across from the High domed legislative building. Fourth estate the press became known As the fourth estate in the 18th Century when the reporters gallery in the British House of commons was first called the a fourth correspondent tells of ordeal with pc president critical of protesters conduct front or under gravely gives you the most with either 40" or 50" wide Cut. Test mow a gravely today. Walking Quot of 7.4 h.p., ii-5hp�?� 1 \ mowing attachment tvs 30"-50" phenom Penk Cambodia apr Catherine m. A a Kate Webb United press International Bureau manager held captive for 24 Days by communist led troops said saturday she was treated a extremely Well under the believed dead after an ambush on Highway 4 Southwest of phenom penh april 7, miss Webb was released along with Toshiichi Suzuki a japanese cameraman and four cambodian Drivers and interpreters near Trapeano Krajang 40 Miles Southwest of the capital. The 28-year-old new Sealander told fellow correspondents she was terrified of let eing killed by her captors or by government air and artillery strikes during the Days of wandering through cambodians Bush and Jungle country. A there was a flight on Highway 4 on the seventh a she said adding that she and her five companions were Cut off Between two government outposts attacked by the enemy. A the six of us ended up in a ditch on one Side of the Road. The Road was a bit like a shooting Hie six took to the Bush a was the Only feasible thing to do a she related. From the afternoon of april 7 until the next morning they tried to get through the enemy lines amid cambodian bombing and shelling. A when wed see it Clear so would the Viet Cong and wed pop up at the same time a miss Webb said. A then wed pop they were heading Down a Trail when they ran into an enemy Rifleman and a we raised our continued from Page i a even then the president said there were less than too taps. A today right today at this moment there Are one half As Many taps As there were in 1961, �?~62, �?~63 and to times As Many news stories about them now. There Wasny to a police state in 1961, �?~62 and �?~63, in my opinion because even then there were less than too taps and there Are less than 50 today and there is none now at the present time. A fall of this hysteria and it is hysteria and much of it of course is political demo go Guery to the effect that the Fri is tapping my Telephone and the rest simply does no to serve the Public purpose a Nixon said. Out of context reached at his Home Ceiler said the police state statement was taken out of context. A my statement Donee red the observation by atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell that he had the right to tap Telephone wires without a court order in cases of violent radicals and or National Security. A i said who was to determine National Security or a violent Radical especially if or. Mitchell was to make that determination and then tap the wire without a court order. A i said that would be government by men not by Law and that would Lead to a police two front Battle regarding the Economy Nixon indicated at his second news conference in three flays he would consider asking con Gress to reduce taxes a hould there be a need for stimulation. He said that he is ill stood by his position that 1971 will be a Good year and 1972 very Good. But he also foresaw two possible dangers Hie rate of inflation and the unemployment picture. He said inflation must be fought on two fronts the wag Price front and on the governmental Revenue front. He said it might he necessary to veto on occasion what he termed a those irresponsible spending proposals by the he did not specify what he meant. Nixon turning to civil rights said the administration is a making very great he added that a a a very quiet but significant revolution has taken place in this country in the realm of school desegregation. The president said he also takes a a very jaundiced View of attempts to subpoena notes of newsmen or Force them to reveal sources unless a major crime is involved. Not one Stearns amp Foster mattress from porters Allen Buick says porters own Label mattress and oxspring Racine journal times 21? fourth St a Lee newspaper subscription rates Racine journal Timas daily including the journal times sunday bulletin Lucres a dig City dealer rigid Here in Tracine Allen Sliuick . Where volume Selling knocks Down the prices we have Over too new bricks to choose from. Pick your Model pick your options pick your Price we dare you to beat our deals Allen Buick company save. A slav Iii Racine and save a Allen Buick company. 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