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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday May 2, 1971 Racine sunday bulletin 3a Leslie Bacon queried on Capitol bombing map wire photo buzzing around mrs. Fred Baker of Santa Barbara calif., keeps her distance As she looks at the swarm of bees that have settled on the head and Antlers of an ornamental Deer in her backyard. Mrs. Baker keeps a screen around the Deer to prevent the family dog from becoming too inquisitive. Seattle a Leslie Bacon the Young peace activist was questioned saturday for the first time about the March i bombing of the . Capitol during a Federal grand jury investigation that was delayed one hour by a bomb threat. Direct questioning about the Capitol bombing was reported by miss Bacons attorneys who earlier had criticized government attorneys for conducting a a fishing expedition into Antiwar activities during the closed door proceedings. The 19-year-old girl took the stand Friday. The u. S. Courthouse was evacuated shortly after noon after a Telephone caller said a bomb would explode in 90 minutes. No bomb was found during a search police said. Hearing resumes the hearing resumed after the delay and after hearing about 3y2 hours testimony recessed until to . Sunday. Under the ground rules of the hearing miss Bacons attorneys Are not permitted to accompany her before the jury. She leaves the hearing room after each question repeats it and gives her proposed answer to the Law yers and then returns to testify. She spent nearly eight hours testifying saturday. After the evacuation attorney Jeffrey Steinbok told newsmen miss Bacon had been asked about the Capitol bombing in connection with which she is being held As a material witness. A Clear attempt Steinbok called the grand jury investigation a a Clear attempt to Deal with stopping Antiwar Steinborn earlier said he was a unable to perceived any relation Between the bombing and questions directed at the girl. A a in la concerned that the . Attorneys Are not asking anything about the bombing but rather about Antiwar activities. Its a fishing expedition into Antiwar act vites a said Steinbok. He said the grand jury was being a led astray by the questioning which he termed a absolutely illegal if it did not concern the bombing. Saturdays session before the grand jury followed 2y2 hours of testimony Given by miss Bacon the Day before. The government ha9 indicated she would be released from Moscow crowds Mark May Day Moscow apr thousands of soviet citizens trooped through rain soaked red Square saturday shouting slogans and carrying flags and banners in a Well rehearsed demonstration of a a Solidarity with workers around the world. Light rain fell steadily As wave after wave of factory workers collective Farmers gymnasts taxi Drivers and children paraded before communist party chief Leonid i. Brezhnev and other members of the ruling politburo standing atop Lenin a Tomb. Brezhnev Premier Alexei n. Kosygin president Nikolai v. Podgorny and other top soviet officials trumped up the staircase to the top of the Low red Granite Tomb just before to . As the Bells in the Kremlin a Spassky Tower struck the plan to merge Volunteer groups encountering opposition in Senate Washington a president Nixon a plan to merge the peace corps Vista and a number of other Volunteer groups into a single Agency is running into opposition from key Senate democrats. Sen. Harrison a. Williams jr., d-n.j., said saturday he fears the plan would Mark the end of Vista and would not promote Economy and efficiency As the president claims. Williams is chairman of the labor and Public welfare committee which has jurisdiction Over several of the programs Nixon included in his reorganization plan. Members of this committee have often said they regard Vista volunteers in service to american As one of the most imaginative and successful of the Antipoverty programs. Williams said he is proud that he helped create Vista. The new Jersey senator has introduced a Resolution of disapproval of the plan on which a government operations subcommittee will open hearings wednesday. Similar hearings Are under Way in the House. The plan goes into effect automatically june 5 unless vetoed by a majority vote in one Branch of Congress. Other democratic senators have indicated they will join Williams in opposing the plan. Williams said the proposal would a group functions of the government not by major purposes but by some rather vague concept of shared motivation and a would consolidate functions having quite dissimilar functions under a single the plan would bring under one Agency to be called action these groups Vista the peace corps score service corps of retired executives the National student Volunteer program Foster grandparents a sep retired senior Volunteer Prog Ramace Active corps of executive Sand the office of voluntary action. Hour Brezhnev greeted the assembled marchers huddled in overcoats and raincoats and delivered a Brief Low key speech. A it can rightly be stated that our May Day is a Holiday of peace a he said a a Day of struggle against the evil designs of imperialism against the forces of War and Brezhnev a Only specific remarks on foreign affairs contained a pledge of a continuing support for the just cause of the heroic Peoples of Vietnam Laos and Cambodia and the Peoples of the Arab countries in their fight against aggression and the mild speech was in keeping with the generally peaceful Spring like tone Given the Parade the past three years. The current arrest warrant when questioning is finished. Flown to Seattle miss Bacon was flown to Seattle late thursday after being arrested in Washington . And held under $100,000 Bond As a material witness in the March i bombing. The government announced wednesday that miss Bacon had Beer taken into custody As a material witness in the Early morning blast that demolished a menus room a Barber shop and adjacent rooms in the Senate Side of the Capitol. Miss Bacon has not been named As a defendant in the bombing and the government has not explained Why an investigation is being conducted by the Seattle grand jury. Convicts killed in Colorado Canon City Colo. Apr two convicted murderers on death Row at the Colorado state Penitentiary were shot to death on the East Wall of the prison during an escape attempt saturday prison authorities said. The two were identified As Ernest Leroy Alsip 24, and Michael John Bell 35. Warden Wayne Patterson and Deputy Warden Fred Wyse said they thought the two were attempting to drop off the Wall onto a garage and then to a Street nearby where several Hundred High school band members were preparing to March in the City a Blossom festival Parade. Patterson said the two men were seen creeping along the top of the 25-foot High Wall by guards in two towers. The guards armed with rifles and shotguns began firing simultaneously Patterson said killing both men. Wyse said it was not determined How the two got on the Wall. They had been taken to an exercise Yard with two other death Row inmates earlier. The other two remained in the Yard the prison officials said. Busy Bee in order to make a tablespoonful of Honey a Bee must visit about 2,000 Flowers. Now a family size Sony Lawn a mat guarantees a Greener More Beautiful own annual a Green keeper care Quot program gives you everything you need.4 times a year turn Sony a tv-1 iou on wherever the action is. With an la Quot Diagonal screen its sized for the whole family and a real lightweight in its class. A snap in and snap out filter gives Clear Glare free viewing. It operates on Sony Battery. 12v Auto boat Battery or a House current. 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