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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 17, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Mai rap Brown shot by . Police new York apr h. Rap Brown the Long missing Black militant who was on the of big to most wanted list was wounded by police in a running gun Battle Early saturday after he and three other men held up a bar police commissioner Patrick v. Murphy said. He said two policemen also were injured in the predawn Chase through Manhattan streets which ended with Browne to capture on the rooftop of an apartment building. Police said they captured three other men who Feld the red carpet bar on the upper West Side after robbing about 25 patrons and some crap shooters on the sidewalk outside. Browne to condition was reported to have improved slightly by late saturday afternoon following an operation of More than three and a half hours. He was listed in fair condition with Abdomen and hip Bullet wounds and contusions of the head. The most seriously injured of the two policemen meanwhile had improved to satisfactory condition from critical. Murphy told a news conference that Brown and the three others will be charged with attempted murder assault robbery and other crimes. He said Brown was shot twice in the Abdomen by patrolman Ralph Wahnetta 26, who said he cornered him on the rooftop after other officers had captured the three other fugitives on the stairway leading to the roof. Mannetta said he fired after turn to Page 2a, col. 2 the Racine journal times Racine wis., oct. 17, 1971 118 ?"8 ?"30 cents selective surcharge on imports possible final fling top award Donald Maccready of Kenosha looks Over his chrysanthemum entry a own. Turner a which won the a Queen of the show award the highest Honor Given saturday at a of autumn to final fling a a show by the Racine chrysanthemum society. The show will continue today from to . To 8 . At the Lakeview Community Center. In addition to Maccready to other contestants won trophies in various categories. Show chairman is Walter Dahlke sr., of 18174 Green St., Racine. Hot Springs a. A Secretary of the Treasury John b. Connally raised the possibility saturday that the United states will consider a selective lifting of its to per cent import surcharge. This might be done for countries which meet . Requests for upward revaluation of their currencies and the removal of Trade barriers he indicated. Carnally Here to address 110 top industrialists at the fall meeting of the business Council told reporters the United states is willing to wait As Long As proves necessary to negotiate a satisfactory worldwide realignment of currency values. A owe Are under no compulsion to get this thing settled this month or this year a to to Connally said. Express Hope earlier some officials had expressed Hope that the deputies could work out recommendations acceptable to the group of ten Powers whose finance ministers will meet in mid november. Connally said he expects Progress at the Paris session but does not now expect a settlement by mid november of the american push for an upward revaluation of other currencies to restore the competitiveness of . Goods in world markets. Connally said Progress already has been made in the sense that foreign governments have recovered from the Shock of president Nixon to aug. 15 action severing the link Between the Dollar and Gold. A number of the foreign financial leaders would be ready to talk terms now Connally said but the political leaderships Are not yet ready. He raised the possibility of a selective country by country removal of the surcharge when a reporter suggested that Germany was meeting the american request that countries permit their currencies to float upward in the world financial markets without government restriction or interference to provide some indication of a proper new valuation in relation to the Dollar. New system sought in his speech Connally said the United states will try to help construct a new monetary and Trade system a which will Best serve the needs and uses of All ?� the new monetary system should be a something that will provide a stability where nations and people can Trade with one another where goods and services can be exchanged where there can be a flow of capital where there can be an Opportunity for people and nations to be creative a he said. Connally also called for tax stimulants for Industrial growth saying that the United Connally spoke at a closed dinner meeting of the Council but gave reporters excerpts from his talk. Mar town founder is beatified today by Jeanne Chalekian journal times staff a polish priest who knew the Power of love and the Power of the printed word was beatified this morning in Rome by Pope Paul. Today seven members of Kenosha to mar town franciscan Community witnessed the ceremonies for their spiritual Mentor father Maximilian Heath says . Plans change in european ties Brighton England apr prime minister Edward Heath warned saturday that the United states is on the Point of transforming its defense and economic relations with the old world and he called on the nations of Western Europe to unite for their own Protection. The British Leader winding up the annual convention of his ruling conservative party foresaw the Nixon administration working towards agreements with red China and a acting drastically to defend the eroded american Economy. Heath said these developments mean two things for american to allies in Europe. A the generous postwar help and Protection Given to Europe by the americans cannot what a / where business news Page classified ads Page 7c editorial Pagella local 4a obituaries Page 7c sports. Page id women to news. Page in features Ann Landers. Page 9b crossword. Page 2a 7d Horoscope Page 8b television radio. Page 9d be expected to endure and is phasing out. A the countries of Europe must a bestir themselves so As to secure their own defense and ?� a of must Tell you today that the change is now upon us a the prime minister told the 4,500 tory delegates. Outside the convention Hall Banner waving demonstrators protested various aspects of the Heath government a to policies from unemployment to Ireland and inflation. Unemployment rising Britain to jobless Are t now nearing the million Mark or around 4 per cent of the labor Force and its rate of Price increases in recent months has been the highest of All industrialized countries. Ignoring the shouts of the demonstrators Heath insisted his government will beat both problems especially if workers curb their wage demands. Under the British system political conventions permit the party faithful to discus and influence the policies of their leaders. One of the themes that marked the four Day tory meeting was an attempt by leaders and rank and filers alike to destroy the old time image portraying conservatives As Well to do people who do not care who have Little compassion for the troubles of their fellow britons. A Ono responsible person in Public life today can fail to be moved by the sight of people. Out of work a Heath said. The British Leader hammered the theme that he intends to restore the nation to old greatness in a changing world. He held out Hope of new triumphs once the country joins an enlarged european common Market. Britain to parliament is to vote oct. 28 on the principle of entering the common Market a a Continental grouping where Tariff Walls Are coming Down economic social and even political policies Are being dovetailed. Despite splits within the ruling conservative and opposition labor parties on the Issue there is Little doubt Heath will win majority backing. But something of a Shock hit him saturday loyalist quits one of his ministers an old to me party loyalist who is a floor manager in the House of commons disclosed that he had resigned because of the co Mem Market Issue. He is Jasper More 64. More is the second of Heath to aides to quit Over the entry debate. Edward Taylor of the scottish office steeped Down last july. Both he and More have Long opposed British entry into the Market. Heath dealt at some length in his convention closing speech with another situation that in the past has wrecked British governments and that in the future could Rock the Structure of the United kingdom a the Irish situation. Mary Kolbe of conv., who founded the first mar town in Poland almost 50 years ago and who died an agonizing death in 1941 in a nazi concentration Camp after volunteering to take a condemned Many to place. Mar town Superior father Bernard Geiger and six Brothers Martin Raphael Francis Anthony Patrick and Kenneth joined pilgrims from the United states Japan England Poland and Italy and 200 Bishops in St. Peter to Basilica when for. Kolbe was pronounced a of blessed by Pope Paul. Special Racine services in the polish vernacular at 9 . At St. Stanislaus Church will be in conjunction with the beatification services of for. Kolbe in Rome. The celebrant of the holy mass will be the Rev. Stanley l. Bartnicki pastor of St. Stanislaus. The very Rev. Isidore Cwiklinski of from Sturtevant will preach the Sermon in polish. Mary town to brother Martin explained that because most of the mar town friars Are in Rome for the beatification there were limited celebrations in Kenosha. However mar town ceremonies will be held Early in december. Weather father Kolbe founded the first mar town in Poland almost 50 years ago. The Only american mar town in Kenosha was founded in 1948, seven years after for. Maximilian to death. In August 1941, in Auschwitz to men were condemned to die of starvation and dehydration As punishment for another to escape. The nazi officer Fritsch picked to at random. When turn to Page 5a, col. I special. Edition in new autos and Winter car care is included in today to sunday bulletin. The Section has stories about the 1972 Model cars driving features and suggestions on readying the automobile for Winter. A Cave with All the comforts of Home is the dwelling place of a Racine youth Steve Spaulding 1806 Summit ave. Sporting Grey Walls and a Green floor Steve constructed the a of Cave in the basement of his Home. Pictures on Page in. Or Iii Mim / in a i re Tai in 9 Mau Liuia the rallying Point of polish patriotism for soc years was Given to St. Stanislaus Church and will be blessed As part of the Church to first holy mass in the polish vernacular at 9 . Today. Holding the picture is Raymond Wozniak principal of St. Stanislaus school who received the picture in Rome from the Bishop Stanley l. Mamicki and Jane Woitach and Roby Gill can also View the picture on the Wall of the blessed father Maximilian Mary Kolbe the polish Martyr priest whose beatification ceremonies were Heid in St. Peter to Basilica at the Vatican this morning. A journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas our area partly sunny and a Little warmer today with High in mid 60s. Partly Cloudy warmer tonight monday. Low tonight in mid 50s. Hight monday in mid 70s. Northerly winds to to 16 Miles per hour becoming East to Southeast to to 20 today. Precipitation probabilities to per cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state Cloudy and Cool in the North with a Chance of rain Northwest. Variable cloudiness Central and South today. Highs ranging from lower 50s extreme Northeast to upper 70s extreme Southwest. Cloudy warmer with Chance of showers North partly Cloudy a Little warmer South tonight. Lows 48-55 tonight. Partly Cloudy monday with Chance of showers North and West portions. Warmer North. Highs monday 72-82. The Sun Rose at 7 06 . And will set at 6 06 . / a first National drive up Rad new shows Faith in downtown by David Pfankuchen journal times staff a owe have a lot of Faith in downtown a said George s. Cormack president of first National Bank amp Trust co. Cormack was telling a visitor Why first National Felt it practical to spend what obviously was a lot of Money on a new Auto banking facility. Just How much did it Cost Cormack sets the figure at close to $800,000 a about $400,000 for the Auto Bank and its equipment another $400,000 for land acquisition. Under construction since last october in the Middle of the irregularly shaped Block bounded on the East by Wisconsin ave., on the West by College ave. And on the South by 5th St., the Auto Bank will open for business at 9 . Monday. It has eight lanes. Forty four cars can get onto the site at once. It replaces the existing two Lane facility at the Northwest Corner of College ave. And 5th St. In the next Block South at the West Side of first National. Only about 15 cars could get onto the old turn to Page 4a, col. I a Community to believe in first National Bank amp Trust cos new Auto Bank Between College and Wisconsin avenues

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