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28 Nov 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 28, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Mis a the Racine journal stir Efti Racine Wisconsin november 28, 1971 94 ?"8 ?"30 cent Nixon plans with Japan s one Day Laie docks quiet map wire photo a passenger from recently docked liner oceanic waited with baggage she took off the ship at new York pier saturday but no assistance was coming from longshoremen. In most East and Gulf coast ports longshoremen were under court orders to return to work saturday. But in new York although some longshoremen reported for work shippers turned them away saying Friday to court order came too late in the Day to cancel other arrangements for unloading passengers to Luggage. See Story on Page 3a. Palm desert Calif. Apr president Nixon will meet with japanese prime minister Keisako Sato in san Clemente Calif., Jan. 6-7 for consultations prior to Nixon to peking and Moscow trips the Western White House said saturday. The meeting will be the Indian setbacks claimed by the associated press pakistani officers asserted saturday that Indian troops were repulsed on three fronts in East Pakistan but had made some headway on a fourth. Pakistan claimed its forces had destroyed four Indian tanks and inflicted casualties of 1,000, at a Cost of 30 dead last week. The figures appeared High. India has acknowledged Only two incursions in East Pakistan last week. An Indian spokesman in new Delhi denied any Indian troops were fighting inside East Pakistan Friday. Prime minister Indira Gan i of India visited troops concentrated along the Eastern Border of East Pakistan and told them a othe whole country is behind the armed forces in the task of safeguarding the country and its Freedom. A of did not come to talk about War a she told the Indian formations in the Rajasthan desert. A of am merely making a routine visit. A owe done to threaten nor Are we afraid of threats. At All times the country must be ?� a spokesman said the troops cheered her when she told them How much the country was behind them. 3 sector pakistani military sources in Dacca capital of East Pakistan told newsmen the Indian army had suffered setbacks in three sectors jes sore in the West. Cordia in the Southeast and Chittagong in the East. Since even by pakistani accounts there has been no fighting around the port of Chittagong the latter apparently referred to the area of Feni 50 Miles North of the port near a bulge in the Indian Border. The pakistanis claimed 50 civilians were killed by Indian shellings near Feni. A military officer in Dacca said Indian forces were making Progress on the fourth sector near Hilli in the North. But a pakistani major general expressed Confidence the indians could make no More headway in East Pakistan. Pakistan radio said the ratio of casualties was due to the fact that the pakistani army was fighting from prepared positions while the enemy was attacking. Battalion strength All the attacks were of battalion strength the radio asserted and supported by mortar fire and heavy artillery barrages. Whats h ii lilt Llull i ill it Nill Sill ill Llull i Iii where business 5c classified ads Page in editorial Page 10a local news Page 4a obituaries Page 6c sports Page id women to news Page in features Ana Landers Page crossword Page so entertainment Page 5b Horoscope Page 7e television radio Page 7b As an example it said that in fighting in the Comitia area which also involved Indian tanks India lost 43 killed and too wounded and one tank while pakistani losses were 3 killed and la wounded. The Indian spokesman said that in thursday to incursion into the Hilli area 200 Miles North of Calcutta the indians suffered 20 casualties. He listed pakistani casualties As 80 killed or wounded and one tank destroyed. A owe did no to lose any of our tanks in the fighting because we done to have any tanks in that area a the spokesman added. He also charged that pakistani forces continue to Shell towns along India to Eastern Border. No action of any significance was reported by the spokesman along the nation to Western Border where both India and Pakistan also have massed Large forces. The pakistanis claimed 150 Indian soldiers were killed at Hilli and their own casualties were 30 dead. They also asserted they knocked out two soviet made Indian tanks there. They said two Indian tanks were destroyed near Feni. In Calcutta a two . Senators William s a x b a Ohio and Frank Church a Idaho said they believed a settlement of the East Pakistan crisis is still possible without War. The visiting senators outlined their views in a talk with newsmen after touring an East Pakistan refugee Camp in Calcutta. They came to India two Days ago at the invitation of India. Both reported the United states was playing a major role in efforts by the International Community to achieve a settlement in East Pakistan. A but a Saxbe added a othere is a limit to exerting outside influence on a particular country which should be primarily responsible for settlement of its ?� Back from consultations with mrs. Gandhi . Atai India to High commissioner to Pakistan said in the pakistani capital of Islamabad the Quick formation of a civilian regime in Pakistan could Cut the chances of War in half. Sticks planted As he spoke in his office pakistani workmen in a Field outside were planting sharpened Sticks camouflaged by Straw As an anti Parachute device. In connection with Indian demands that East pakistani refugees in India return Home the High commissioner remarked a of am sure my prime minister would have More patience to wait longer because the formation of a National government soon would be a sign something was happening in the right ?� Pakistan military regime officials have denied plans to form a National government. But an announcement Friday night that Eastern by elections have been moved up five Days to dec. 7 indicated a hastening of the timetable calling for convening of a National Assembly by dec. 27. President Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan has promised to turn Over Power to a civilian government soon after the Assembly is convened. Third announced so far in a series of Nixon to Summit sessions with major allies and leaders. Nixon will meet with French president Georges Pompidou dec. 13-14 in the azores and with British prime minister Edward Heath dec. 20-21 at Bermuda the White House has said earlier. Simultaneous report the announcement was made simultaneously in Tokyo and at this posh desert Community where the president had come for the dedication of Eisenhower memorial Hospital and to play a round of Golf at nearby Al Dorado country. Presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said that this is the first time Nixon has met with a foreign head of state at the Western White House at san Clemente 70 Miles West of Here. As with the two other meetings Secretary of state William p. Rogers Treasury Secretary John b. Connally and National Security advisor Henry a. Kissinger will join in the Sato meeting. Japan to foreign minister Takeo Fukuda will accompany Sato Ziegler said. Nixon is scheduled to visit communist China Early next year the Date to be announced officially by dec. I. His Moscow visit is set for late May. No details so far Nixon to consultations with Allied leaders will give him a Chance to talk with the european neighbors of the soviet Union and Mainland China to most influential asian neighbor Japan. No details have been worked out As for the housing of the japanese delegation. Ziegler was asked whether it could be assumed that there would be no More meetings with other Heads of state Between dec. 21 in Bermuda and Jan. 6. A Owell i done to want to guide you into assumptions. Draw your own conclusions Quot the press Secretary replied. There was speculation that Nixon might also meet with West German Chancellor Willy Brandt heightened when Ziegler scheduled an unusual news briefing this morning in California. Ziegler said Nixon to meetings with the japanese delegation will take place at Nixon to office in the Western White House compound located on a coast guard installation overlooking the Pacific Ocean and next door to Nixon to Pacific Home. Like the sessions with Heath and Pompidou they will be strictly business Ziegler said with social activities kept to a minimum. There will be no state dinner a White House spokesman said. A Brief announcement statement said Nixon and Sato a will review the International situation and discuss .--japanese bilateral ?� asked Why Sato was coming All the Way to the United states when Nixon was going out part Way to meet Pompidou and Heath Ziegler replied that a Oit was Felt this was a mutually convenient ?� there had been reports the meeting might take place on the Island of Hawaii or Wake Island in the Pacific. President asks peace of Russ India Pakistan new people s party formed party picks spook for president Dallas Tex. A the newly created people to party picked or. Benjamin Spock of new York As a stand in presidential candidate saturday night with the understanding that he would step aside if a a bigger National figure can be persuaded to take the party to reins. Only 90 of the same 200 delegates to the convention of various activist and peace groups voted for a presidential nominee with Spock beating Jack Hampton. 60, of Santa Monica Calif., on the second ballot by a vote of 47-43. The problem of inducing a nationally known figure to accept the nomination of a coalition of groups ranging from Spock to new party to the Gay liberation front had been debated throughout the Day. The convention began thanksgiving Day. The noted baby doctor and or. Benjamin Spock peace activist received a standing ovation when he said there a Oare millions of americans disgusted with the present political parties and in despair Over seeing the country sliding toward disaster. A your Only Job is to make ourselves known to those millions out there a he said. Arguments on the platform proposals failed to generate much debate but delegates said there were differences on sex discrimination the War in Vietnam unemployment and environmental problems. A othe arguments Are just on semantics and degrees of opposition and support not really on issues at All a a spokesman said. One . Senator appearing As the convention to speaker Friday night said he would not accept the convention to presidential nomination. A of would be flattered a sen. Mike gravel Dalaska told the delegates a but i would no to consider it at this time. The cards Are not ?� Spock and novelist Gore Vidal co chairman of the new party have said they would like to see consumer advocate Ralph Nader take the Job. Nader already has said he will not. Other names mentioned include Eugene Mccarthy former democratic senator from Minnesota and a 1968 candidate for the democratic Wayne Morse former demo cratic senator from Oregon and rep. Shirley Chisholm a new York. Another question to be resolved was whether those who voted for forming the people to party really had the right to pledge the membership of their organizations. Although All claim to be delegates it Wasny to always Clear just who appointed them. Washington a president Nixon is sending messages to the leaders of India Pakistan and the soviet Union this weekend in Hopes of heading off a general India pakistani War it was Learned saturday. The Nixon appeals were said to focus on defusing the explosive military situation by urging disengagement of Indian and pakistani forces in East Pakistan and their Mutual withdrawal. The presidential messages scheduled to be delivered in the three capitals shortly were described As a top level follow up to a similar plea made by Secretary of state William p. Rogers last wednesday to the Indian and pakistani ambassadors Here. . Diplomats have also been in touch with the soviets on the Issue. The . Belief is that the soviets also want to Avert an India Pakistan War and that Moscow May have added influence with new Delhi because of the increasingly close soviet India relationship. Administration sources Are hoping for responses to the . Appeals within the next few Days. Intensify efforts meanwhile with intensified dip Ornati efforts still underway . Officials doubt the Issue will be put to the . Security Council before More is known about the outcome of exchanges. Presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said at the san Clemente White House thursday that the administration is considering taking the matter to the . Body but he did not Rule out other courses. He also said to resort to military action by India or Pakistan would be hard for the american people to understand. State department spokes Man Charles w. Bray declined comment in Washington. Reports from the asian subcontinent differ Over just How much fighting has erupted so far. The indians said their troops have crossed into East Pakistan twice in defensive actions. A senior pakistani officer said fighting Between pakistani and Indian troops still rages in three areas of East Pakistan. The . View was said to be that a halt to the military action is needed in order to allow efforts for a settlement to be fruitful. The United states has not put Forward specific recommendations for a political solution it was stated. The problem is placing the Issue before the . Security Council is complicated by More than the desire of diplomats to let behind the scenes peacemaking efforts run their course first. Pakistan reluctant one important Factor is that neither Pakistan nor India have asked the Security coun cil take up the matter. Normally the party which feels itself aggrieved takes the Lead in bringing the Case to the . Some diplomats Here said Pakistan was reluctant for fear the Security Council would get into what the Pakistan government regards As internal Domestic issues regarding East Pakistan. On the other hand the diplomats say the indians Are reluctant because they would not want to be branded As an aggressor for crossing the Border. With the soviets Friendly to India and red China Friendly to Pakistan it is not known at what Point the big Powers might decide to Wield a veto should the Issue come before the Security Council. In the absence of knowledge As to just what form of presentation to the Security Council might be acceptable to both India and Pakistan and to their big Power friends the question remains open As to just what the Council would be Able to do about the dispute if it did take it up. Public must share Burden everyone to blame for vet problems by Tom Tiede Washington a Nea the task of assisting All of the veterans of american armed services has become to say the least herculean. More than 43 million men and women have fought the nation to Battles since the revolution 28 million of them Are still alive and 85,000 new Vietnam people Are added to the Rolls every month. The annual Cost of care is $11 billion and growing. This Day there Are 85,000 veterans in 166 veterans administration hospitals 17,000 in 76 a nursing Homes 700,000 being cared for at 202 a out patient clinics. This month 32.000 sex soldiers Are applying far a Loans 250.000 Are seeking a Job counselling 67.000 Are counting on a educational checks. This year More than three million former servicemen will receive disability compensation and the next of Kin of 1.5 million others will receive payments for deaths. The scope of it All is awesome. And the question is often asked Why Why does the nation have to help almost every Soldier be he peace timor potato Peeler or platoon sergeant Many of the 28 million living veterans were not drafted they volunteered. Many Are not Young kids getting a a civilian Start but older people who retire from duty after 20 years. And for the great majority War sacrifice is a myth they were support troops at worst Miles from the fight. So Why help them the a answer is that As its director Donald Johnson says All of these men and women gave some bit of themselves for the National purpose a Oit does no to matter if they were in combat or stateside they lost time from their Reader can fill in 1 4 the rest of the quote with the usual time honoured generalities. And actually Johnson to generalities Are quite Correct. Soldiering is a Nasty bit and the nation should show its gratitude by assisting those who participate. But More and More it is evident that this assistance might be More carefully channelled. That is into priority assistance. It is a fact that not every Veteran needs or wants a assistance half the world War la veterans have never applied for any Aid. It is a fact that some veterans need help More than others 90 per cent of Vietnam veterans Are in jobs or school a year after discharge. Therefore there Are those who believe that especially in this Day of minority emphasis helping some veterans a lot is better than helping a lot of veterans some. Turn to Page 2a, Coly seven old men end 290-mile Marathon Las vegas Nev. Apr seven old men tired but supremely proud rested saturday after conquering a 290-mile run that started in Hollywood and ended in this glittering gambling Center. The run was called the second annual life begins at sixty super Marathon. Its seven participants the youngest 60, the oldest 73, ran it in relays in 44 hours and six minutes. The team members All from California started off in a group at 3 05 . Wednesday from the studios of a Hollywood television station and crossed the finish line at a Las vegas strip hotel As a group on Friday. In route Down interstate 15, one runner kept running while the others rested in a larger camper truck that drove alongside. The runners Clad in Gold or red track shorts took half hour turns on the Straightaway and 15-minute stints in the mountains. The seven oldsters made the same run last year. This year to finishing time was an hour and 54 minutes off last year to time. Fred Grace 73, of los Angeles was the group to elder statesman followed by Noel Jackson 72, of san Diego Maurice Montgomery 65, of Sherman Oakes. Walter Stark of san Francisco and Walter Fredericks of Pico Riviera both 64 William Selvin 61, of Orange and John Montoya Colton 60. Grace who began Long distance running at 65, said he wants to run the 290 Miles Solo some Day. A of figure i can run about 25 Miles a Day and i could run it in 12 Days a he said. Or / in weather ii unum no ii ii in Nim ii ii Muumuu ii ii no i him Iii our area Cloudy with Snow Likely by this afternoon with a High in the Low 30s. Snow possibly heavy tonight with a Low in the mid-20s. Monday Cloudy and cold with a Chance of flurries. Winds from the Northeast at 8 to 18 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 70 per cent today 88 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy today with occasional Snow Likely highs 28 to 33. Flurries Likely Northwest tonight possibility of heavy Snow South. Lows 12 to 18 Northwest 18 to 25 Southeast. Monday Cloudy and cold with a Chance of flurries East. The Sun Rose at 6 58 . And will set at 4 20

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