Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
12 Sep 1971

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12 Sep 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 12, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times i if new Mil i y � � � so it j it Ltd v up 1 i i i in the summer of 1959, the then vice president Richard Nixon played Host to then Premier Nikita Khrushchev in a tour of an american exhibition in Moscow. The group stopped at the exhibit of a typical american an a news analysis map wire photo Kitchen to renew a running debate on the merits of the soviet and american ways of life. The debate which was televised in both the soviet Union and the ., came to be known As the a Kitchen ?� Nikita a daring Gambler by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Serg Yevich Khrushchev will be remembered by history As one of the world to spectacular gamblers perhaps Long after his contemporary soviet detractors have been forgotten. His successors have expunged his name from soviet history books. They deny him even the posthumous Reward of burial in the Kremlin Wall. But they cannot eradicate the Mark Khrushchev made in the world on communism and on the soviet Union itself. The Kremlin already has found that Khrushchev was a Tough act to follow. By comparison his successors have seemed to much of the world to be a set of plodding unimaginative bureaucrats. Reckless at times As a consummate Gambler Khrushchev played big Power politics to the Hilt. He was reckless at times both in Domestic soviet affairs and in his relations with the United states. On occasion he did not hesitate to play with the future of world peace in Pursuit of his policy Aims. He was capable of approaching the Brink of world disaster As he did at least twice in the cuban missile crisis of 1962 and the Berlin crisis of 1961, when And soviet tank guns were snout to snout. But having taken a look at the Brink Khrushchev also was capable of remembering his responsibilities As a soviet statesman and a world Leader. When world peace was immediately threatened Khrushchev Drew Back. Because of Khrushchev International communism today is far different from what it was before he burst upon the scene. He contributed much to setting in motion a splintering process that developed to the Point where there was no longer any such thing As a unified a of world communist movement. As a russian Khrushchev seemed to see the chinese communists As reckless and a threat to world peace. On that score he quarrelled bitterly with Mao tse Tung and in this Case he Likely was acting in soviet interests not those of the communist movement. Dangerous Many thought to Many Khrushchev was a dangerous Man in the sense that As the autocratic commander of awesome military and nuclear Power he tended to toy with the chances of peace. The cuban missile crisis when he tried to install offensive missiles 90 Miles from Shores probably was the biggest of his foreign policy gambles producing a showdown which brought the two mightiest Powers of All history to the verge of nuclear conflict. Domestically he gambled when in 1956 he denounced the dead Stalin As a monstrous murderer and blundered. Eventually because that had suggested relaxation of Moscow to turn to Page 2a, col. 2 Nixon sets mid october As target for announcement of phase 2 Washington a president Nixon has set a mid october goal for announcement of the wage Price stabilization system to follow the current freeze that expires nov. 13. Secretary of the Treasury John b. Connally said saturday president Nixon told the Cost of living Council that he wants to disclose it by that Date. Nixon met at the White House for an hour and a half with the full Council which administers the current freeze. Connally head of the Council said Nixon asked for specific recommendations by sept. 3 from the Council for the a phase ii restraints to follow the freeze. Nixon then would have another week or two to consult with interested economic groups before reaching final decisions Connally told newsmen. Tells of support Connally said he feels the current freeze has drawn a Oan unbelievable amount of support. Among All ?� the Treasury chief declined to discuss what form phase ii will take but in response to questions said he does not anticipate legislation would be needed to implement it. Whats / 111111111111111111 1111111111111111111 / where business news. Page lab classified ads. Page 10d editorial. Page 12a local news. Page 4a obituaries Page 10d women to news Page in sports. Page id features Ann Landers Page so entertainment Page 8b Horoscope Page 8d television radio Page 9b asked whether this Means that the administration is ruling out restraints on profits dividends and interest rates which have been demanded by Many labor Union leaders and democrats Connally said a owe done to Rule out any possibilities a and noted that authority already exists for control of interest rates. He added that since Nixon announced the freeze aug. 15 a interest rates have gone Down in almost every ?� Connally conceded that any Post freeze system will not work without a voluntary and willing support from business labor agriculture and Consumers. Will attend meeting on the matter of International monetary affairs Connally said he will carry no specific proposals when he goes tuesday to London for a meeting of finance ministers of the world to to leading no communist Industrial nations to discuss the status of the Dollar vis a vis other currencies. He said he Hopes for some Progress at the meeting but added that he expects it to be a Omore exploratory than final in its deliberations. The administration plans to stick As closely As possible to the tax proposals in its new economic package according to a White House source. Other proposals it will counter congressional proposals for bigger Relief for the wage earner and the poor with the argument that these groups already have received big Breaks. The source who talked with newsmen at a background briefing declined to say How much of an alteration in favor of the lower income groups the administration would accept. Nixon to tax plan proposed when he announced the wage Price freeze on aug. 15, includes an Advance by one year of the $50 increase in personal tax exemptions scheduled for Jan. I 1973. Many congressmen have said there should be a bigger break for the general , Wisconsin september2, 1971 96 ?"6 ?"30 cents statesmen others mourn Khrushchev by the associated press Nikita s. Khrushchev was mourned by statesmen and citizens saturday As a Leader of High stature. Speaking for president Nixon in Washington press Secretary Ronald Ziegler said Khrushchev was a of major world figure and his contribution to soviet history is Well ?� a othe president was Well acquainted with or. Khrushchev and respected him As a vigorous and colourful advocate of his beliefs a Ziegler added. U Thant Secretary general of the United nations said he retains a Overy pleasant memories of several meetings he had with the former soviet Leader 77, who died saturday of a heart attack. Thant in Philadelphia to attend a luncheon offered condolences to the Khrushchev family and said he would Issue a statement upon returning to new York. Khrushchev to burial is expected to take place monday at the nobody Vichy cemetery in Moscow the burial spot for Many prominent russians who do not receive the ultimate accolade of soviet communism a a state funeral and interment in the Kremlin Wall. Sen. Edward m. Kennedy whose brother the late president tangled with Khrushchev in the 1962 cuban missile crisis expressed sorrow Over Khrushchev to death. Nuclear showdown in London Kennedy told newsmen that during the threatened nuclear showdown the russian Leader a chose to put the cause of peace and the Fate of Mankind above National interest. A that decision stands As his hallmark on the International scene. Hopefully As a result of the cuban missile crisis we Are Wise enough to realize that no nation can profit from a nuclear ?� in october 1962, president John f. Kennedy announced that soviet missile Sites had been discovered in Cuba and ordered a naval and air quarantine of military shipments to the Island. Threats and tense discussions followed with Khrushchev finally agreeing to have the Sites dismantled and the missiles removed. Humphrey remarks Minnesota sen. Hubert h. Humphrey former vice president and the democratic presidential nominee in 1968, said Khrushchev a broke the Monolith of International communism and brought Down a Many of the barriers which previously had isolated Russia from the political and economic institutions of the West. A Nikita Khrushchev was truly one of those select individuals that history will remember for bringing about change in the world a Humphrey said. Cyrus Eaton the Cleveland industrialist who has maintained Contact with communist nations Over the years recalled that he met Khrushchev in 1958 and during a conversation in the Kremlin told the soviet Leader a that if he had been bom in the United states in my opinion he would have risen to be head of one of our great ?� a Ohe was trying for under standing with the United states and was Content that we should pursue our own economical and political systems while his country followed its own ideas a Eaton said. Svetlana Stalin Joseph Stalin to daughter who defected to the ., declined to Corn declined to comment on ment on Khrushchev to death. A Oshe would rather not talk about it a said her husband architect William Peters from Spring Green wis. In Coon rapids Iowa a farm couple who hosted Khrushchev during his 1959 visit to the ., expressed sadness at his death. A Ohe tried to do a great Many things and some of them maybe were wrong. But he tried hard to help his people a said mrs. Rosewell Garst. Seeks to arrange talks Seale goes to Attica Penitentiary Attica . Apr Black Panther National chairman Bobby Seale arrived at riot torn Attica state prison saturday to try to help arrange talks Between prison officials and rebellious inmates holding 38 hostages. One of the guards injured in the initial rioting at the prison thursday died saturday at Northside general Hospital in Rochester . The guard William Quinn 28, of Batavia ., suffered head injuries in the fighting. Seale first arrived at the prison Early saturday evening then left without entering the compound. He said the riot equipped officers and clustered press made him nervous. He returned an hour and a half later for a briefing by other mediators and state officials. Seale declined comment when he arrived from Oakland calif., but one of five Blacks with him distributed a statement signed by the Panther Central committee and Reading a othe prison guards called a hostages it have in reality been placed under arrest by the 1,280 prisoners who Are rightly redressing the grievances concerning the harassing brutal and inhuman treatment to which they Are constantly ?� Seale was greeted by cheers from about 50 prisoners to supporters who massed across from the Grey Stone fortress. Soon after his arrival the town and Village of Attica was placed under an All night curfew As a othe Best Way of maintaining ?� the inmates who rioted thursday morning burning buildings and beating guards had held 39 hostages including guards and civilians. One of the captive guards however Anthony Sangiacomo of nearby Batavia suffered a heart attack saturday afternoon prison chaplains announced. He was taken to a Hospital after the inmates released him. The remaining hostages All still reported in Good condition were camped in a Circle with the rebels in the Yard of a Cellblock area the convicts controlled. Negotiations Between the rebels and state officials had not resumed by Nightfall. A former aide to the late or. Martin Luther King the Rev. Wyatt tee Walker of new York City to Canaan Baptist Church of Christ said a Owen the been working All afternoon to get the language straight the abcs and the 1-2-3�??� Walker a special assistant on Urban affairs to gov. Rockefeller told reporters As he left the maximum Security prison for new York a Oitt to still very tense ?� a group of 30 citizens was acting As mediators. The rebels had asked that Seale join the group. A message on transatlantic teletype Hookup from Algiers from a Man who identified himself As Eldridge Cleaver the panthers to minister of information saturday afternoon said panthers there could guarantee Sanctuary for prisoners released from Attica. Map wire photo a miss america1 miss Ohio 22-year-old Laurie Lea Schaefer is the new miss America named saturday night at Atlantic City . The new Queen is five feet seven inches tall and weights 118 pounds. Her vital measurements 36-24-34. Nader. Aides assail 2 vow models Washington apr Ralph Nader and his Center for Auto safety saturday voyagers visit Racine a journal Temps photo by Arthur p. Haas two visitors from England spent part of the weekend in Racine one of Many ports of Call on a planned two year tour with a homemade Sailboat. Or. And mrs. Dan diamonds left England in summer of 1970 on a boat that took them six years to build. Despite rough seas and a mishap or two the diamonds to Craft the a Didi a is still shipshape after having touched the shores of three continents. The diamonds plan to begin a return trip to England Early next year. Story and another picture on Page 5a. Described the Volkswagen Beetle Sedan and microbus As totally unacceptable for Consumers. They reported a serious design defects. Responsible for the deaths and injuries of thousands of ?� a lengthy report by Nader and 20 research associates called the familiar Beetle or Volkswagen Type i this nation to a annual version of the 17-year ?� the Sedan was said to share with the vow Type ii the bus camper or Van Model several Basic and lasting safety deficiencies including poor handling inadequate front and Side crash worthiness improper seat construction and fire prone fuel systems. The report recommended that vow Institute an immediate $184 million recall program to Correct what the Center called dangerous defects in the Type i cars. The Type ii said the report a ois so unsafe that it should be removed from the roads entirely a with owners refunded at current retail value. Nader said the findings of the Center showed the popular vow Sedan rated a sort of a tossup with the Early Cor Vair a the Chevrolet Model withdrawn from the Market after Nader to Book a unsafe at any ?� in halting the manufacture Nixon at Camp David Washington a president Nixon flew to his Camp David Lodge near Thurmont md., saturday for an overnight stay. Of the rear engined Corsair general motors did not acknowledge major defects in the car and denied it was dropped because of the consumer to advocate to attacks. The report said that various statistical studies show a that in the event of a crash the vow Beetle is Between 1.5 and 3 times More Likely to produce serious injury or death than a late Model full size ?� even measured against very weak safety rules it charged Volkswagen has failed 14 out of 25 compliance tests Over the last three years including critical safety Belt and Gas tank integrity standards. Nader said the Volkswagen was a Othis country to most hazardous ?� citing findings of its own Cornell University and other institutions the Center said a suspension shape size and Light weigh conspire to weather cause severe handling problems including instability in wind. A while Domestic cars Roll Over in Only 18 per cent of their accidents Volkswagen overturn at a rate of 41 per cent. A sea runners and backs Are so weak they sometimes break Loose in rear end collisions and occupants have been thrown into or through rear windows. A the Forward location of the Gas tank and other fuel system characteristics pose a serious threat of fire in front end collisions. A the lives of about 1.1 million owners of pre april 1965 beetles Are a unnecessarily endangered by the absence of interlocking door latches a and that while More recent models meet minimum Federal Latch standards a fall Volkswagen door latches must be ?� or / in our area sunny and a Little warmer today with a High in the upper 70s. Partly Cloudy and not quite so Cool tonight with a Low in the upper 50s. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little cooler with a High in the Low 70s. Southeast winds today 6 to 12 . Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent today 20 per cent elsewhere in state mostly sunny today warmer in the Northwest half. Highs 75. To 85. Partly Cloudy with Little temperature change tonight. Lows 48 to 55. Partly Cloudy and cooler monday highs 70 to 77. The Sun Rose at 6 27 . And will set at 7 07 . Tonight

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