Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin 23 May 1971
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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol 39, no. 21 is Utteg the Racine journal time s Racine Wisconsin sunday May 23, 1971 98 ?"8 sections �?"30 cent military like society adjusting to youth alienation by Hugh a. Mulligan a special correspondent a . General in Vietnam one Star sleeps with a machine gun under his bed. His night defense posture has nothing to do with the enemy. A of done to Trust my guards a he confided one night Over dinner. He had Good reason not to in his unit two men have been killed and 17 wounded in a a of ragging to to incidents. Dragging is rolling a fragmentation grenade under the bunk of an unpopular officer or no a noncommissioned officer a or otherwise committing violence against the military establishment. Popping a tear Gas canister outside the Hooch a living quarters is considered a warning. In 1970, according to Pentagon figures there were 209 dragging incidents in Vietnam twice As Many As in 1969. In the Gulf of Tonkin the senior medical officer on the aircraft Carrier Kitty Hawk has ordered the morphine Sty irettes removed from the dashboards of the planes bombing Laos. A a the junkies on Board were stealing them before the pilots got off the catapult a explained cmdr. Ronald k. Ohslund of san Diego Calif. A a we had a kid land last week with an blown off and no ?� such cases a Long journey through the military establishment showed typify Many things that plague the services today. The problems drugs race discipline Mirror the society from which the military is recruited and they receive a special twist from the special conditions under which troops improvises but just As the conflicts and tensions of american society at Large have scarcely brought it to collapse so the military too lives with its troubles improvises chalks up losses and gains and the work by and Large gets done. If Many career men Are bemused and distressed by the changes in their own world there Are also voices who see them As a Challenge which adroit leadership can surmount. A a the army Isno to going to hell just because kids Wear their hair Long a one Battle tested commander in Germany put it. For a year now the armed forces have been scuttling some time honoured traditions to introduce a new flexibility to remove some irritants of military life to stress human relations Grant More amenities show greater solicitude for individuality. Adjustment to the spirit of the times takes various forms. The army projects no More up and no More saturday duty. Beer in the Barracks longish hair polite Drill instructors courses in racial understanding efforts to combat racial discrimination in off Post housing More passes More Shore leave All Are part of the services to Effort. Even the marines whose training will be As Tough As Ever speak of Modem Barracks new clubs and recreational facilities a Oto add Comfort and dignity to the demands of professionalism and ?� where All this will Lead to remains to be seen. Meantime signs of Strain Are visible enough. Capt. Carl d. Mcferren ii with the 1st infantry division in Germany spent four years at the Citadel and one tour As a platoon Leader in the Jungles West of Saigon achieving his boyhood dream of leading a Rifle company. The son of a colonel he had always wanted to be a Soldier. Now like Many professionals he wonders a a if it was All ?� instead of soldiering he spends 80 per cent of his time dealing with problems of drug abuse racial tension and outright refusal to obey unprepared a a nothing that went before prepared me for any of this a said the Captain seated at his desk in the company orderly room at Sheridan Barracks in Augsburg. A omy first two years in the army i never saw a 212�?"undesirable discharge. We the had three in the past six months three More Are pending. Till i got Here i never saw a court martial. We the had two men court Martiale and two resign in lieu of a court martial. Continued on Page 9a, col. I hundreds feared dead in turkish earthquake Bike hikers Aid retarded Racine area bicyclists took part in a Bike hike to Benefit retarded children saturday. Sponsored by Racine county youth organized and United to help youth the hike took Bike riders on a 20-mile trip with Money pledged for each mile. More than 500 riders including these signing at Lincoln Park registered for the event Here. An estimated a journal to mrs photo by Charles 8. Vallone 20,000 other Bike riders were expected to take part in similar rides in other Wisconsin communities. Proceeds will be shared by the Wisconsin youth association for retarded children the new concepts foundation of Madison and Community level youth associations for retarded children to support local projects and services. Meeting to Eye work stoppage a p. In meeting scheduled for 2 tuesday will attempt to resolve the dispute which stopped work on the new Southeast Side Community Center thursday. Alan b. Domer the City to director of Parks and recreation said he set up the meeting a a in an attempt to get the dialog started a without talking we tre not going to get ?� work on the half million Dollar Center involving $314,000 in Federal Aid halted thursday morning when carpenters local 91 began picketing the Job in protest of the hiring of a non Union Black worker. Other Union members refused to Cross the picket line and construction on the new Center in Roosevelt Park a about 40 per cent completed and scheduled to open in late August a was left a oin a very what to where precarious state a according to the general contractor. The attorney for the build ing trades Jay Schwartz said he will attend the tuesday meeting but Only if Federal representatives Are not in attendance. Turn to Page 4a, col. I business news Page 2d classified ads a ,. Page 5d editorial. 10a local news. 4a obituaries. 5d sports. In women to news Page in features Ann Landers a so entertainment. Page 6b Horoscope. So television radio. Page 7e Istanbul a a severe earthquake struck Turkey saturday night and officials feared hundreds were dead and As Many As 2,000 injured in the Eastern province of Bingol. The governor of neighbouring Elzig province said a Stream of injured persons arriving from the disaster area reported most major buildings in the City of Bingol were in ruins including the prison and Hospital. He said the City of 17,000 was plunged into darkness when its powerhouse collapsed. Officials said saturday to quake was a much worse than the one that took 57 lives May 12 in southwestern Turkey. They said a Mobile Hospital and to doctors were sent from Elzig to the disaster area and 1,500 tents were rushed in from nearby Erzurum. Residents rushed into the streets As the quake rocked a wide area at 6 45 . Local time. The Anatolian news Agency reported the Center of the quake was Between Bingol and Gene a Small Mountain town South of Bingol and 450 Miles East of Ankara. But a Telephone operator in the town of Kiwi 30 Miles North of Bingol said the situation there was �??� he told a newsman one District of the town was destroyed 12 lives lost Vancouver . A radio messages from the stricken norwegian cruise ship meteor indicate More than a dozen crewmen died saturday when an explosion and fire ripped through the Forward Section As the vessel steamed through the Strait of Georgia a Canadian Toast guard spokesman said. Rural walk for Mankind stretching out Down this Hill on Ketterhagen Road saturday were some 309 participants in the walk for Mankind sponsored by the Burlington United Christian youth Bucy. The walkers left saturday morning from Wehmhoff Park in Burlington. The route took them Down county trunk w to Ketterhagen and Cox roads and along county trunk n and a lunch Stop at Sunnyside school in the town of Dover. They and a Owen tre scared the number of deaths will be two deaths were reported in the Village of Palu 28 Miles West of Bingol. No Contact had been made Early sunday with dozens of villages scattered through the quake area. The tremor was Felt in la provinces of East Turkey. vacation. And travel edition is included in today s sunday bulletin. The annual publication includes stories about summer recreation in Racine historic attractions in Wisconsin and suggestions to Aid travel. It also includes a list of summer festivals and Community celebrations in the Badger state. meet Kringle princess1 nine year old Sandra Holton was crowned Princess of the West Racine Kringle festival saturday. Sandra daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Holton of 2733 Brentwood drive was chosen by Public ballot from a Field of 50 candidates. . Bases along Doz target of n. Viet shells Saigon apr North vietnamese forces shelled . Bases along the demilitarized zone late saturday for a fourth straight night and the americans countered with thunderous artillery barrages into the Southern half of the Buffer zone. North of the Doz two . Air Force f105 fighter bombers attacked enemy surface to air missile same Sites in the 42nd and 43rd a protective reaction strikes inside North Vietnam this year. The f105s, escorting b52 Strat fortresses along the Doz and the Laos North Vietnam Border fired Shrike missiles at two Sam Sites Situ ated 12 Miles North and 92 Miles Northwest of the do. A spokesman for the . Com Mand said equipment on the american planes showed that enemy radar was being used in preparation for firing the russian made missiles. Just South of the Doz . Artillery counter fire sent heavy shells screaming into the Southern half of the zone toward North vietnamese rocket and mortar installations on High ground that gis All a rocket ?� memorial Day in Racine memorial Day observances including a Parade and cemetery services have been announced by the Racine veterans Council. Racine mayor Kenneth Huck and congressman Aspin a Racine will speak at services at the world War ii memorial at 10 45 . May 31 following a Parade. The Parade which begins at returned on county trunk a with a rest Stop at the English settlement then to county trunk w and to Loomis Road old Highway 36 and Hack to Echo Park in Burlington. In All they hiked some 20 Miles. The Rev. Trent Rockwell Bucy advisor said funds raised will go to project concern earmarked for medical and dental assistance to impoverished resident in the Appalachia area. 9 30 . At Washington ave. And 12th st., will proceed Down West blvd. To Osborne blvd., to Graceland cemetery and to the world War ii memorial. County service officer Arthur Mccallum will be master of ceremonies. Earlier ceremonies include a Flag disposal service at i . May 29 at Mound cemetery. Veterans groups will follow the service by decorating veterans to Graves with flags at Mound cemetery Graceland cemetery jewish cemetery holy Cross cemetery Calvary cemetery West Lawn memorial Park holy family cemetery Bohemian cemetery country Haven cemetery and the holy Cross cemetery on Highway 32. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy with occasional showers or thunderstorms Likely today and tonight. High in the 60s, cooler near the Lake. Low tonight in mid to upper 40s. Monday mostly Cloudy with Chance of showers Windy turning cooler. High monday in 60s. Southeast winds 12 to 22 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 60 per cent today 70 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy a Little warmer today with showers and thunderstorms Likely. Highs mostly in 60s North 60s to Low 70s South. Showers thunderstorms continuing tonight with lows in 50s. Cloudy monday with c Hance of showers. Windy and turning cooler with highs in 50s Northwest 60s Southwest
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