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Racine Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 31, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times Racine Wisconsin october 31, 1971 78 pages�?6 sections�?30 cents Nixon vows Rescue of foreign Aid plan Washington a the White House vowed saturday to press Congress a in the strongest terms for revival of the foreign Aid program. Sen. George d. Aiken said the administration should use Compromise and cooperation to that end. And sen. Edward m. Kennedy accused president Nixon of hypocrisy. The Senate foreign relations committee scheduled a closed meeting monday morning to try to figure out what to do about foreign Aid left in a shambles after the Senate voted 41 to 27 Friday night to kill the whole program. Vermont Saiken senior Republican in the Senate blamed an overdose of White House lobbying against an end the War provision for the defeat of the $2.9-billion authorization Bill. Aiken told reporters that for the Sake of restoring the program the administration should now work with members of the Senate who have in the past faced its criticism. He said a new Bill worked out by the administration and Senate leaders of both parties probably could be passed. Democrat Kennedy said he deplored the Senate vote but considered it Only symbolic and forecast revival of the program. A so Many vital Aid programs Are involved that i think the Senate will act quickly to pick up the pieces and put together a decent Bill that reflects the Best Long run interests of the nation a the Massachusetts senator said in a statement. Nixon asserted Friday night the Senate vote that killed the Aid Bill was a a highly irresponsible Kennedy called that Nixon criticism a the most hypocritical of All. A where was he when we needed him most a Kennedy asked. He said Nixon had declared earlier he would take no position on proposals to Cut foreign Aid or United nations funds. A the appealed to the worst instincts in the Senate and the american people by the Way he criticized the United nations and the vote on China a Kennedy said. A it comes with especially ill Grace now for him to criticize the . Senate for taking him at his word and killing foreign White House press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said the administration would seek to explain to the nation and to impress on Congress a the serious ramifications of this action by the Senate. A a general assessment is going on As to what this Means and what Effort we will undertake to encourage the Senate and Congress in the strongest terms to restore foreign Aid a Ziegler said. Nixon conferred by Telephone with Senate Republican leaders and discussed the situation with his National Security adviser Henry a. Kissinger. Ziegler said the administration would accept As a settlement of the foreign Aid dilemma a congressional Resolution that would continue spending authority at current Levels. Secretary of state William p. Rogers issued an urgent plea to Congress to restore the program. In a Public by the department Rogers argued that the United states a cannot afford to Retreat from the realities of our interdependence with the rest of Mankind. A we cannot afford to abandon our share of the responsibility for help to the dispossessed the hungry and the poor. A we cannot afford to abandon our contribution to the economic development of nations seeking to stand on their own feet. We cannot afford to abandon our material support to allies whose survival May be at he howls on halloween a journal times photo by Arthur v. Hat Don Stanton 2407 Prospect St., got into the halloween spirit saturday by turning himself into a wolfman. Stanton said it took 5v2 hours and All the Eyebrow pencils he could find to make himself look ferocious. Other halloween photos on Page 4a. Thieu takes oath Saigon a president Nguyen Van Thieu took the oath of office today to Lead War ravaged South Vietnam for another four years and renewed his plea to North Vietnam for an immediate cease fire. The most massive Security Force in Saigon a history stood guard Over the inauguration. There were no incidents despite earlier fears that the Viet Cong might Shell the City or that dissident University students might create disorders. A once again a Thieu declared in his inaugural address a i propose to the authorities of North Vietnam an immediate cease fire throughout the country in order to negotiate peace seriously in a constructive spirit. A the North vietnamese authorities always talk about peace and reunification. Today i propose that they do not talk about such things but rather show by Concrete and realistic acts that they want an immediate cease fire Quick negotiations and the signing of peace pacts in order to allow the South and the North to rebuild and to create happiness for the Thieu a plea was similar to others he has made in the past without result. It came in an elaborate ceremony in Down razor Blades pins in Candy halloween again this year was marred by numerous reports of vandalism thefts and assaults on younger children and scattered complaints of children coming Home with Candy and fruit containing pins and razor Blades. Neither police nor the fire department had any reports of youngsters injured by the dangerous hidden materials. Police investigated a number of incidents where windows in Homes and businesses were broken by rocks and air rifles. Nguyen Van Thieu town Saigon slam son Square marking the beginning of his second term. Notably absent from the crowd were Thieu Sarch political rival outgoing vice president Nguyen Cao by and retired Gen. Duong Van a a big Minh. Both were Early rivals of Thieu in the election Campaign but dropped out charging Thieu had rigged the polling. Some 60 members of the Saigon a apartment dwellers find themselves unwilling hosts to Security men guarding the scene of today a inauguration of president Nguyen Van Thieu. See Story on Page 7c. 1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii National Assembly opposition also boycotted the inauguration. Thieu lighted a a Torch of Freedom in the Center of the Square then observed a minute of silence in tribute to the nations 135,000 War dead. Following Thieu a recitation of the oath of office artillery pieces fired a 21-gun presidential Salute. In his oath Thieu said a i solemnly swear before the people that i will safeguard the nation respect the Constitution serve the Peoples National interests and do my Best to achieve my duty As president of the Republic of Many represented Thieu was installed along with vice president Tran Van Huong on a Flag draped grandstand before scores of visiting dignitaries and a throng of some 10,000 South vietnamese. The crowd included representatives of every military unit in the armed forces the Peoples self defense Force and Village and Hamlet cadres from throughout the country. An Honor guard carried the massed colors of the South vietnamese armed services. Thousands of Multi coloured balloons were released As Thieu took the oath of office. The one hour morning ceremony was favored by Clear weather and a sunny sky. After a 25-minute inaugural speech Thieu reviewed the troops and color guard then left the inaugural site in a limousine escorted by 20 White helmeted motorcycle policemen. Connally for . They included Secretary of the Treasury John b. Connally president Nixon a personal emissary nationalist China a vice president yen Ghia Kan Premier Kim Jong Pil of South Korea foreign minister Nigel Bowen of Australia Deputy foreign minister Sanga Kitti Fachorn of Thailand Narciso Ramos foreign affairs adviser to president Ferdinand e. Marcos of the Philippines and ambassador Paul k. Edmonds of new zealand. 3 from area cited for achievement . Critic a the mood of the general Assembly that night was something ugly and harsh a . Ambassador George Bush told newsmen in describing the historic vote last week that seated communist China and expelled Taiwan from the United nations. See Story on Page 2a. Three Racine area persons were cited for outstanding achievement by the Wisconsin Jaycees and Jayc ettes at their annual convention saturday in la Crosse wis. The Rev. John m. Murtaugh director of the Racine office of Urban concern and or. Douglas Lafollette director of the Wisconsin environmental decade were among the Jaycees five outstanding Young men of the year. Mrs. E. Robert Borroff 2812 Manor ave., was named As one of five recipients of the Jaycee test Carol award citation for achievement and recognition for outstanding leadership. Mrs. Borroff also was the 1971 recipient of the Racine Jayc ettes Carol award. She was cited locally and on the state level for her Community involvement with such groups As the red Cross the Junior league citizens for the environment Trautwein p.t.a., first presbyterian Church sunday school and the league of women voters for which mrs. E. R. Borroff she was chairman of a voter registration drive. The Mother of three was specifically cited by the state Jayc ettes for her work with the Racine literacy Council where she taught a yugoslavian woman to speak English by using the Laubach method. Murtaugh was selected for the Racine Jaycees outstand two bodies found in Caledonia the decomposed bodies of a Man and a woman were found saturday afternoon in the town of Caledonia. Caledonia police chief Frank Tomachek said both bodies had what appeared to be Bullet holes in the Heads. Autopsies were performed at St. Luke a Hospital saturday night and three experts from the Wisconsin crime Laboratory arrived in Racine about 8 in the . To Aid investigation. Racine county sheriff Joseph Blessinger said he had reason to believe the dead persons were from Illinois. He indicated positive identification would be made this morning. According to Tomachek and sheriffs detectives the bodies were discovered about 3 . Saturday by a party of three pheasant Hunters. The bodies were located in a Field of tall grass about 1,000 feet North of the 7 mile Road and 1,000 feet East of Nicholson Road. The Hunters were Donald r. Parish 33, of 8817 7 mile Road Kenneth a. Thomas 28, of Oak Creek and Anthony e. Zanis 31, of 8312 7 mile Road Caledonia. Tomachek said was lying across both were negro. One body the other. When others desire decrease French encourage birthrate hike what Quot a Nim Iii / w where business news. Id classified ads. 6d editorial. 10a local news. 4a obituaries. 7d sports. In women s news in features Ann Landers 2b crossword. 7c entertainment Page 8c Horoscope. 9b television radio Page 9c Paris a France is encouraging a higher birthrate while Many other countries strive to reduce their growth. A we need men said Charles de Gaulle in 1967. He set a goal of three children per family up from the present 2.6, which is Only slightly More than the replacement rate. By contrast the . Coalition for a National population policy Aims to reduce the number from 2.6 to 2.1. The French have been shelling out child bearing rewards since the 1930s when they saw Germany and Italy reaping twice As Many men in their military draft Calls. A since population Means Power this scared them a explains Georges Mauro Secretary general of a com Mittee on population and the family which framed de Gaulle a policy. Immigration life Span a besides a said Marco in an interview a they realized for the first time that the population level was being maintained Only by foreign immigration and a longer life Span and that in another 200 years there be any More original French in in 1650, 20 million frenchmen made up 20 per cent of All Europe. Then came the Napoleonic wars in the 19th Century and the birthrate Sank far below replacement level. It stayed there throughout the prussian invasion of 1870, world War i a which alone Cost 1.4 million men a and world War ii. Marco figures that 18 million to 19 million More people should have been bom Between the height of the Napoleonic wars and the end of world War ii. Without All that bloodletting France would have Over too million today instead of 50 million. European Russia exploded from an estimated to million in the 18th Century to about 170 million. Incentives help to encourage childbirth the French government gives families payments for children up to six. A Paris family with four Young children and a working Mother receives about $76 each month. Another measure expected soon will add child care costs to working mothers. Financial encouragement and other factors brought the birthrate from a Low of 15.2 per 1,000 inhabitants in the 1935-37 period to a High of 20.9 for 1946-50. It has been dropping since to 18.1 in 1964, leveling off at 16.7 for the last three years. The . Rate in the first six months of 1971 was 17.2. Despite the government drive Here polls show that Young couples want smaller families. Some people abroad Are talking of fiscal penalties for very Large families. A that is shocking a said Marco. A i can understand that they would not be encouraged. But to penalize is just Marco believes that mpg the idea of Zero population growth has in under developed countries which have a galloping he thinks mpg is a mistake for the United states. And he suspects that its sponsors Are thinking More about reducing the Black birthrate than the White. A the United states is not overpopulated a he says. A its resources Are enormous. It is technically advanced. There would be no question of misery except locally which is not part of the problem. A by reducing its birthrate America would be reducing its vitality a he said. He cautioned that if the american birthrates does drop manual labourers will probably have to be imported. France has been importing poles italians algerians portuguese and others for years. Douglas la Follette ing Young Man of the year award in february. He was named the first director of the Racine office of Urban concern 1235 Villa St., by Milwaukee archbishop William cousins in 1968. Bom in Chicago the 32-year-old Murtaugh was raised in Milwaukee and was graduated from St. Francis major Seminary. He was ordained on May 29, 1965, and assigned associate pastor of St. Rose Catholic Church in Racine. Through the office of Urban concern he has become involved in programs for alcoholism cooperative ministry delinquency and criminal offender rehabilitation and Community relations. Murtaugh a work with Community problems led to appointments to head a citizens committee to study an Are wide approach to government East of 1-94, a seat on the governors citizen study committee on metropolitan problems the recently organized governors committee studying rehabilitation of criminal offenders and a 15-member human development committee seeking ways to alleviate the causes of poverty in the Milwaukee archdiocese. The priest has held such posts As vice president of the Racine Council on alcoholism and has been on the Board of directors of the Racine Urban league Catholic social serv weather father John Murtaugh ices and the Southside revitalization corporation. His office has been instrumental in establishing such activities As project acceptance in which volunteers work with adults and Young people in county jail and in the state prison system project addiction which assists alcoholics and drug addicts and their families the senior citizens task Force which is concerned with problems of the elderly and people awareness a project to alleviate the problems of poverty and discrimination. Lafollette has gained prominence As an environmental activist. A former resident of Racine now living at 6510 5th ave. In Kenosha Lafollette is an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin Parkside. He Heads the Wisconsin e Nair mental decade Weda statewide environmental action group based in Racine. He recently authored a a Wisconsin survival Lafollette holds a doctor of philosophy in organic chemistry from Columbia University and is a Phi Beta Kappa. He is a director of the Wisconsin ecological society a member of Zero population growth president of the Root River restoration Council and helped found the Southeastern turn to Page 7a, col. I or / in our area partly sunny and cooler High in the 50s today. Clearing and cooler tonight with Frost and freezing temperatures Likely Low in the Low 30s. Monday partly sunny and Cool with High near 50. Winds today 12 to 25 . Out of the Southwest. Precipitation probabilities 20 per cent today 5 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state variable cloudiness Windy and considerably cooler today. Fair with Frost and freezing temperatures tonight. Monday partly sunny and possibly a Little warmer. Temperatures today in the 40s in the West and Low 50s in the East. The Sun Rose at 6 24 . And will set at 4 46 .
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