Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
21 Nov 1971

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21 Nov 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 21, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Sadat ends peace Hopes Cairo apr president Anwar Sadat told frontline troops saturday that a othere is no longer any Hope at All in peaceful solutions in the Middle East and Egypt has decided to go to War the official Middle East news Agency reported. A perhaps this is Allah to will that i should get this Chance for meeting with you now to Tell you that our decision is fighting a the Agency quoted Sadat As saying. A owe were convinced that the Battle was coming. And now it has become certain to us that Hope has died and there is no longer any discussion around ?� the Agency said the decision was taken after what Sadat termed a of period of elusiveness and israeli ?� he added a of have come to Tell you that the time for Battle has come that there is no More Hope a the Agency said Sadat who spent Friday and saturday map wire photo vows Courtesy teamsters Union president Frank Fitzsimmons has sent a Telegram to president Nixon promising Nixon a othe sincerest respect and courtesies if he should attend any teamsters conference on the pay Board. The invitation followed a confrontation on Friday Between Al Cio president George Meany and Nixon. Touring frontline positions along the Suez canal exhorted his troops to a Obe ferocious in Battle to prove to the world that we Are fighting people who know How to defend our dignity and ?� repeated views Sadat has repeatedly declared that 1971 would be a year of decision in the Middle East saying Egypt could not go on for Ever in a state of no War no peace with its lands occupied by Israel. His comments were carried less than an hour after United nations general Assembly president Adam Malik told newsmen during an Airport Stopover that peace in the Middle East depends on withdrawal of israeli forces from territory they occupied in june 1967 War. The question is scheduled to be raised by Egypt next month at the Assembly. Lights shone brightly in Cairo As the report moved across the wires. It was the third Day of celebrations of bairam the islamic equal in festivity and Bright new clothes of the Christian easter. Stores have been closed and River Banks thronged with people. Sadat assumed Active command of Egypt to 800,000-Man army earlier this month and moved into military Headquarters. A few Days later the Semi official newspaper Al ashram noted that increasing military preparedness was a Way of initiating diplomatic moves As Well As military. A one Way Road while a awaiting the order to Cross the Suez canal into israeli occupied Sinai Sadat told his troops a of command from you violent and rigorous training and remember that the Road to crossing is a one Way Road. A next time we shall meet in Sinai with the will of Allah May he be with ?� Sadat was quoted As telling the soldiers who have faced israeli troops across the 200-Vard-wide canal for four years a Israel is no longer a legend or a ghost As it tried to picture itself. Israel is afraid of ?� sex aide of senator guilty of conspiracy new York apr Robert Hellerman 37, who has plead t. Carson suspended executive assistant to Republican sen. Hiram l. Fong of Hawaii was convicted saturday of conspiracy and perjury in connection with accepting a $2,500 Robert Carson bribe to help quash Stock fraud indictments. The jury of to men and two women returned their verdict in . District court after 18 hours of deliberation in a trial that began nov. To. Sentencing was set for Jan. 4. The jury which was sequestered after each Day to session found the former Honolulu Republican chairman and former president of the Honolulu Stock Exchange guilty on two counts of the four count indictment handed up last Jan. 13. Poised and outwardly Calm the 64-year-old Carson listened impassively with his attractive Brunette wife As the verdict was read. He faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 Fine on each count. Edward Adams 82, a retired fund Raiser and Joseph Bald 42, a Queens n.y., Interior decorator pleaded guilty to similar charges in the same indictment. The government said Adams interceded with Carson to Block Stock probes into the affairs of Bald and Michael whats / / where business news Page 3d classified ads. Page 6d editorial. Page 12 a local news. Page 4a obituaries. Page 6d sports. Page in features women to news Page in Ann Landers Page Ioc crossword Page Iga entertainment Page 7b Horoscope Page ii television radio Page Obed guilty in the securities Case. Because of the Stock fraud trial with to other defendants continuing in the same courthouse judge Marvin e. Frankel ordered that the jury be sequestered. In Carson to trial . Deputy atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst testified the defendant had relayed an offer last december from a a Friend in trouble to contribute $100,000 to president Nixon to reelection Campaign. The Deputy attorney general said he told Carson that founder no circumstances would i do anything about it or even look into ?� Kleindienst testified that he did not report the a of contributions offer until he discovered a week later that Carson was the subject of an Fri investigation. Carson testified a of said to or. Kleindienst that a couple of men had talked to me about a problem they had and that they were willing to make a contribution to the Republican party in the amount of $50,000 or so. The perjury charge stems from Carson to grand jury appearance last Jan. 6, when he testified he could not recall Adams Bald the Fri agent or Joseph Blond who was listed As a co conspirator. C or i St Ion t Oget her Ness St. Peter to evangelical lutheran Church left and St. John to evangelical lutheran Church Are next door neighbors along an otherwise uncrowded stretch of Wisconsin Highway map wire photo 21, East of Wyeville near Tomah. A nearby neighbor was unable to Tell Why the two still Active churches were built Side by Side. The Racine journal times Racine Wisconsin november 21, 1971 90 ?"6 ?"30 cents wage panel discusses building pay freeze Miami Beach Fla. President Nixon to committee to control wages in the construction Industry met saturday and its labor members determined to free a logjam of Frozen wage hikes that far exceed the general 5.5 per cent Federal wage limit. A Owen tre going to do it a said Frank Raftery one of the four Union members of the 12-Man, i a b o a Industry Public construction Industry stabilization committee. Raftery president of the Al Cio painters Union said some 450 contracts affecting thousands of workers had been tied up in new Federal wage controls. Nixon created the construe lion committee some five months before his general wage Price freeze and announcement of pay Board rules to control wages in All industries. The pay Board bitterly opposed by organized labor. Has assumed jurisdiction Over the construction group and has temporarily Frozen All building trades wage increases. Or. John t. Dunlop Harvard University Dean and chairman of the construction wage committee kept the meeting secret but sources said it might take All weekend to Deal with the Back log of wage contracts. Dunlop said earlier that construction wage hikes late last year were running some 21 per cent per year triple the manufacturing pay average before Nixon imposed the stabilization Pian by executive order. Dunlop said the Nixon committee has brought average wage hikes Down to about to per cent a year. A othe thrust of the document was directed to the control of building tradesmen to wages a said Frank Bonadio president of the Al Cio building and construction trades department composed of 17 unions with More than 3 million members. Dunlop has conceded that not much has been done by the Nixon administration to also slow Price hikes in the construction Industry and said he would strongly bring this to the attention of Nixon to new Price commission. The construction Union leaders have so far been less critical than other labor groups of new Federal wage controls because they still Hope their stabilization committee will continue operating independently with authority to approve wage hikes higher than the 5.5 per cent Federal Rule. They argue that construction men work Only part of the year because of bad weather and other Industry factors and that although their wage Scales Are higher than most workers their annual income is no greater. Laura s winds Buffet British Honduras masons Eastern Star a saturday night banquet highlighted the annual convention of the Wisconsin grand Lodge of the International free and accepted Modem masons and order of Eastern Star at the Racine motor inn. Among the guests were from the left Oran c. Mcshan National District grand master Zemella Tubbs a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas National grand Matron from fort Wayne ind. Mary l. Euell Wisconsin grand Matron from Milwaukee George Mathews National grand master from new York Walter Brown jr., of 1758 Virginia St., master of Racine to Ben Tye Lodge no. 8 and Ald. Eugene Weins Council president and guest speaker. 1st Black political convention proposed Washington apr a proclamation calling for the first National political convention Ever held by american Blacks was issued saturday night by the 13 Black members of the . House of representatives. The House Black caucus issued the Call after two Days of open and closed meetings with about 200 Black elected officials and political theorists from around the country. They said it would be held in april or Early May and would be directed toward a developing a National Black Agenda and the of a National Black strategy for the 1972 elections and ?� rep. Charles Diggs d-mich., chairman of the House Black caucus said the Call neither included nor precluded possible endorsement of a Black presidential candidate. A ofor 300 years a the Call read a Oblack people have been the victims of internal and external divisions fostered in Many cases and manipulated in All cases by White parties organizations and individuals. A Othree Hundred and fifty two years after the arrival of the first Blacks in Jamestown 108 years after the emancipation proclamation and 94 years after the destruction of the Black Power of the reconstruction period the political representatives of the Black Community have resolved to end the political slavery of Black ?� the calling of such a convention had been discussed in almost every one of the More than half dozen National and regional Black political meetings held since May in various parts of the country. It was most strongly advocated by Imam Baraka the poet and political activist formerly known As Leroi Jones. The caucus also called for a regional meetings to be held in the Northeast in the South in the Midwest and in the Western sections of the coun try to prepare for the National convention. A othe deliberations and planning which would design and ratify a unified program must be opened to All Black people regardless of party affiliation or ideology to reflect the full diversity of interests among the nation to 25 million Blacks a the caucus said. The regional meetings would also help local Black communities a begin to address themselves to pressing and immediate matters such As Delegate selection presidential primaries redistricting reapportionment and local elec. Tons a the proclamation said. The regional meetings were called for january with a National planning session to follow in february in Washington. The a proposed Over All format for the convention included a a identifying and ratifying the National Black Agenda for 1972 and ?� a a of crystallizing strategies for maximum practical Unity in the National participation of Blacks in the democratic and Republican conventions and in local state and National ?� Miami apr tropical storm Laura swept ashore in British Honduras saturday with near Hurricane Force winds sending hundreds of coastal residents fleeing to higher grounds. A Owen tre getting Strong winds and heavy Rains now a said father Lloyd Lopez associate pastor of the holy redeemer Cathedral in the port City of Belize. Father Lopez said at least one House collapsed under Laura to 70-mile-Anhour winds but he did not know of any injuries. The Cathedral operates one of three hospitals in Belize a City of 40,000. A quite a few people left the City to go to Belmopan a said father Lopez. A but Many stayed Here and went to Hurricane ?� Laura slammed into the honduran coast about 5 . Est near the Small town of Stann Creek some 35 Miles South of Belize. Belmopan is the capital City of the tiny Central America country located about 50 Miles Inland. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Laura May whip up squalls of Hurricane Force As it passes through. But forecaster John Hope in Miami said the storm would probably dissipate to less than tropical storm punch after reaching Northern Guatemala sunday. In the meantime Hope warned that Laura could spawn tides up to five feet above Normal and deluge the coast with heavy rain. Laura was expected to continue its Westerly movement Inland and hit the 3,000-foot peaks of the Maya mountains. The Center said this could unleash Flash flooding. A town of around 5,000 Stab Creek took the full Brunt of the storm with 60 . Winds recorded soon after Laura crossed the coast. Gale Force winds extended too Miles to the North and South and heavy rain was reported throughout British Honduras Northern Guatemala Northwestern Honduras and the Southern Yucatan Peninsula. Small Craft were warned to remain in port. In september the port City of Belize was threatened by Hurricane Edith. Several persons were dead after Edith moved across Nicaragua but Edith crossed South of Belize As did Laura. Belize was almost destroyed a decade ago when a Hurricane raked through the town killing More than 300 persons. Weather / / in our area partly Cloudy Windy and colder today with a High in the Low 30�?. Mostly fair and colder tonight with a Low in the upper teens. Partly sunny and cold monday with a High in the mid 30s. Northwesterly winds from 15 to 30 . Today diminishing tonight. Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today 5 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy Windy and colder today with a Chance of Snow flurries in the Northeast. Highs from 25 to 29 in the Northwest 27 to 33 in the Southeast. Clearing in the Northeast fair in the Southwest and colder with diminishing winds tonight. Lows from 12 to 20 Northwest 17 to 25 Southeast. Partly sunny monday with Little temperature change. Highs from 28 to 35 Northwest 33 to 39 Southeast. The Sun Rose at 6 50 a m. And will aet at 4 24. P m

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