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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 39, no. 22joutoji the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday May 30, 1971 66 ?"6 sections �?"30 cent Southern desegregation progressing but unfinished by William l. Chaze Atlanta a. Apr by All accounts the school year drawing to a close brought an unprecedented amount of integration to Southern classrooms. But the 16-year struggle to desegregate the Region to schools is not Over. Federal officials say Many All Black schools remain particularly in the South to larger Urban areas where school segregation has been Frozen by residential segregation. Figures supplied by the . Dept of health education and welfare indicate 18.4 per cent a 587,172 a of the 3.2 million school age Black children in the South still Are in All Black schools. The figure last year was 68 per cent. The number of negroes in mostly White schools in the Region Rose from 18.4 per cent last year to 38.1 per cent this year said hew. The remaining 43.5 per cent of the negroes Are in mostly Black schools. Mostly Black per cent Federal officials surveying the year which they View As the most significant in the annals of Southern school desegregation say most remaining segregation can to be eliminated without busing. That Avenue was cleared in april when the supreme court ruled in a Charlotte n.c., Case that lower courts could order busing for the Sake of integration. Federal and state officials Are reluctant to forecast the Impact of the busing decision in the South. But the a act Legal defense fund which has been in the Vanguard of school desegregation in the Region has indicated it will use the decision As the basis for new suits in the South. Peaceful desegregation lower court orders coupled with the government to Power to shut off education funds to Maverick districts integrated Many Southern school districts this year. For the most part the desegregation was peacefully if not joyfully carried out. A of think we Are entering a new phase of school integration in the South a says Paul Gaston of the Southern regional Council in Atlanta. The biracial organization is widely known for its research on school desegregation. Whites flee integration a of would say that the Battle Over physically mixing the races reached a turning Point. Energy and attention must now focus on what goes on inside schools keeping the peace insuring Quality integrated education and ending in school ?� the South to school desegregation Story this year was one of marked contrasts. Whites in some areas mostly predominantly Black areas fled integrated schools for All White a segregation academies hastily opened in former residences empty storefronts and abandoned schools. While that was happening in some locales integrated schools elsewhere were implementing imaginative programs to ease the integration process. Some districts met desegregation head on voluntarily busing children to school to meet turn to Page 2a, col. 6 Nixon assures cadets Hope for peace Good West Point . Apr president Nixon flew Here today to Tell the military Academy to cadets that the seeds of peace Are planted and a Oare germinating in a Way that seems to hold great ?� in an address for delivery on the Academy to Parade grounds Nixon said a Omore and More we have Good grounds to believe that. Hope for a new Era of world peace will come True. A America and the soviet Union the two great super Powers Are committed More seriously than Ever before to working out an agreement that will limit strategic arms. A America and Mainland China after More than 20 years of hostility and isolation Are beginning to move toward a new and More Normal relationship. Comment on War a othe nations of Europe Are taking important Steps toward greater Unity. The truce in the Mideast will soon be a year ?� Nixon also restated his View that the end of american to military role in the Vietnam War is a clearly in ?� and he said the . Involvement is being ended a with Honor in a Way that will discourage new aggression and contribute to a lasting peace in the Pacific and the ?� however Nixon later said a none of this is cause for euphoria. The Harvest time of peace is not yet. What we can say though is that the seeds of peace Are planted and that they Are germinating in a Way that seems to hold great Promise. Certainly the chances for a full generation of peace in America and the world Are stronger today than at any other period in your ?� taking note of what he termed a emotional anti militarism a Nixon argued that a american strength is the Keystone in the Structure of ?� he said a you have heard the arguments of those who urge Steps of unilateral disarmament As a sign of Good Faith or to ease International tension. But we must remember that limitation of arms a however desirable is not an end in itself but a Means of contributing to a More peaceful world. When one Side reduces its forces unilaterally and thus creates an imbalance this increases the danger of War Only when both sides reduce their forces together do we truly serve the cause of peace. That is the cause we mean to serve and that is the path we intend to ?� the president also talked about current troubles within Aspin Huck memorial Day speakers memorial Day observances on monday will conclude the Long Holiday weekend for the Racine area. The Holiday will include the traditional Parade and commemorative ceremonies As Well As some new activities. And for most of the weekend the weather Man said skies will be Bright and temperatures warm. The Parade will begin at to . Monday and move to Graceland cemetery where services will be held about 10 45 . At the world War ii memorial. The Parade will Start at Washington Avenue and 12th Street in West Racine and move Down West Boulevard to Osborne Boulevard and then to Graceland cemetery. Speakers will include rep. Lea Aspin who is a member of the House armed services committee and Racine mayor Kenneth l. Huck. Participants will include the All City elks youth band and the Quarter notes singing group. Kenneth Geisler president of the Racine veterans Council which sponsors the annual ceremony said that the Rev. Mack Davis of the second Baptist Church will give the invocation and Benediction. The program will include the . Naval training Center with the Navy Wreath ceremony the vow firing squad commanded by James Kurz and taps by James Jensen. Master of ceremonies will be the county to veterans service officer Arthur Mccallum. Parade Marshall Robert Tobias said the line of March will include police escort firing squad turn to Page 4a, col. 3 James w. Jensen 936 Blaine ave., sounds taps at the annual Flag disposal service held saturday afternoon in Mound cemetery. The memorial weekend ceremony was followed by the Decora Tion of veterans to Graves in to Racine area cemeteries by the Ravine veterans Council. The armed services themselves. He told the cadets a Oit is no secret that the discipline integrity patriotism and self sacrifice which Are the very life blood of an effective armed Force. Can no longer be taken for granted in the army in which you will serve. The symptoms of trouble Are Plain enough from drug abuse to insubordination. A of believe in perspective that the military ethic remains Strong in the hearts of american to fighting Man. Your special task will be to reaffirm it and to give it new life and meaning for the difficult times ?� if military leadership succeeds in the task he said a your Success can set an example of a moral rebirth for All the people and institutions of this land civilian As Well As ?� president Richard Nixon has a Hardy laugh with the brigade commander and first Captain of the United states military Academy to corps of cadets Thomas a. Pyrz of Argo Illinois. The chief executive flew to West Point ., saturday to address the cadets and review a Parade in his Honor. Defendant to plead innocent Orchard slain now 23 Yuba City Calif. A sheriff to deputies unearthed two More bodies saturday in an Orchard along the Feather River bringing the total to 23 slain men As a Man accused of murder in the Case conferred with his attorney. The sheriff said he expected to find still More bodies. Public defender Roy Van Den Heuvel emerged from an hour Long conference in the Sutter county jail to Tell newsmen Juan Corona would plead innocent. A drizzling rain fell As the bodies of the 22nd and 23rd farm workers were carried in hearses Down the dirt Road leading from the peach Orchard for the five mile trip South to a Yuba City funeral Home. Sheriff reports sheriff Roy Whiteaker announced discovery of the 22nd body shortly after noon. About an hour later he reappeared and said a Oitt to at 23 right ?� he said the digging Crews would simply a keep searching a with three or four More possible grave Sites yet to be explored. A of think there arc More a the sheriff said. Deputies fanned out along five Miles of the winding River during the morning looking for More of the depressions in the Loamy soil that give a clue of where to dig. Corona 37, a farm labor contractor was arrested and charged wednesday after the first nine bodies were unearthed. Light plainclothes officers went during the morning to coronal to Home. Accompanied by two of coronal to relatives they stayed about 45 minutes then carried out a heavy Green Metal four drawer filing Cabinet and a Box of what appeared to be men s work clothes. Some of the men carried cameras and apparently photographed the Interior of the three bedroom Home. Coronal to wife Gloria and no paper monday the Racine Roumal times will not be published monday because of the memorial Day Holiday. dad thanks kids at Donald Churchija said he has a of million thanks to extend to a othe kids at Park High for Selling Park �?t71 pins to pay for an artificial Eye for his son Daniel 19. Churchija said Park Stu dents brought a $125 Check to the Churchija Home thursday and were still Selling. Daniel lost his right Eye the night of May 21 when hit in the face by a Rock in a fight that developed when he and a Friend were approached by other youths while returning from a Beach party. He underwent surgery at St. Mary to Hospital. Their four daughters aged 4 to 8 years had left to stay with relatives shortly after coronal to arrest. Earlier investigators said they recovered a wooden club with possible bloodstains and a Machete from the Corona residence. All of the victims have been hacked about the head and Chest with what authorities said was a Machete or similar instrument. They were found in two to six foot deep Graves in the Orchards where Corona and his labourers worked. Find receipts in an affidavit filed Friday by the sheriff authorities reported that two receipts from the Del Pero Bros. Meat and produce co. Bearing coronal to name had been found in one of the Graves. Another receipt from the Del Pero firm was on the list of items taken from coronal to Home. Sheriff Whiteaker said the victims All were male aged about 40 to 63, and had been dead from 48 hours to two months. One was thought to be a negro the rest White. Most were buried with their shirts pulled up Over outstretched arms. One had no trousers. What to where business news a Page so classified ads. Page 6c editorial. Page 10a local news. Page 4a obituaries. Page 7c sports. Page id women to news. Page in features Ann Landers. Page 2b Bridge. Page 2b entertainment Page 6d Horoscope. Page 2c television radio. Page 7b Connelly to attack Revenue sharing alternatives tit a n t re it or x r / a a. A in t d ten la Nfn outre a rat of Moo it f vim in it too a i Hrish. Of i la fit la i. Washington apr Secretary of the Treasury John b Connally leads the Nixon administration to Case for Revenue sharing wednesday with a direct assault on alternative plans to Aid financially pressed state and local governments. A othe substitution of a federalized welfare program for Revenue sharing would make renewal of our state and local governments unlikely and would threaten our chances to achieve the Best possible Reform of the welfare system a Connally says in a background paper prepared for Congress. A of program of tax credits Federal tax reductions or an increase in Federal categorical Grants would be equally undesirable a says a copy of the paper obtained by the associated press. Connally the administration to Only witness at Hearmes that Start before the House ways and Means committee wednesday said some modifications in Nixon to Revenue sharing plan might make it More effective. The paper mainly a summation of arguments against the alternate plans to Revenue sharing devotes the most attention to a proposal to allow taxpayers to credit All or some of their state income taxes against their Federal taxes. The plan is supported by Rpp John w Byrnes of Wisconsin ranking Republican member of ways and Means and backed by some democrates. Connally said a tax credit plan would delay financial Relief to state and local governments because the Money would go to citizens instead of governments. A fiscal Relief would not i be afforded to those governments until they again raise their taxes a he said. Besides he said tax credit plans fail to target financial Aid to the states which need it most done to Aid local governments would help mainly areas which failed to help themselves and a would coerce states into raising a significant portion of their revenues through an income tax. He noted la states Lack a broadly based income tax Structure and eight states have no income fax. A these states would be forced to change their tax structures radically in order to take advantage of the program a he said. He said a tax credit plan a would forfeit the efficiencies which characterize Federal tax collections and which Are maximized under Revenue ?� 5 it Racine area weather mostly fair and pleasant today with High in the mid 70s. Tonight mostly fair with lows in the upper 40s. Monday partly sunny and pleasant with highs in the mid 70s. Winds today southerly at 8-16 mph. Precipitation probabilities less than 5 per cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state today partly Cloudy North fair South and continued pleasant. Fair and not so Cool tonight. Partly sunny and a Little warmer monday. Highs today in the 70s Southeast and 75-82 Northwest. Tonight to lows in the 40�? Southeast and Low 50�? Northwest. Highs monday in the 70s East with the Low 80s West. The. Chi Rosf 3 17 a win set at 7 21

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