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

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19 Sep 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 19, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Racine Wisconsin september 19, 1971 84 ?"6 ?"30 cents Attica probe cites inadequate financing i n i the Orchard at Wustum Art museum was the setting ooi/p/6 repeats saturday for the wedding of Karen Baldock and Jim Adams. Is Iam officiating was the Rev. John Hart right associate pastor at flows of by ust us St. Edward to Catholic Church. Story on Page 6b. Attica . A the chairman of a congressional panel investigating the riot at Attica state prison said saturday that a Ohad there been enough Money much of this tragedy could have been ?� rep. Claude Pepper d-fla., and members of his House select committee on crime spent seven hours at the prison. Pepper said afterwards that because of inadequate financing of penal institutions a fall of us Are responsible for what happened ?� another panel member charged there had been a indiscriminate shooting when a heavily armed Force of state troopers and backup personnel retook the prison monday. The prisoner rebellion and the storming of the maximum Security facility left 30 inmates and to prison employees dead. Pepper said gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller had told him earlier that it would take Between $100 million and $200 million to bring correctional facilities up to an adequate level in new York state. Committee member Charles Rangel a Democrat from Harlem in new York City said a of believe there was indiscriminate shooting. That much of the gunfire was ?� grand jury topic Rangel said what happened at Attica when the prison uprising was quelled was a a proper subject for a grand ?� Rockefeller had said earlier in the week that there was no indiscriminate shooting As the Law enforcement personnel moved in on the rebellious inmates from four sides. The congressional delegation completed its visit to Atti surgeons test reversible sterilization Washington a two George Washington University surgeons Are testing a technique which could put a major new Factor into the birth control equation a simple surefire reversible sterilization operation for men. If proved effective and Safe this surgery could become a substitute for the increasingly used Vasectomy operation. Vasectomy is a simple procedure requiring about 20 minutes and usually about $200. In 1970 alone some 700,-000 american males had vasectomies but if they should want to regain Fertility their chances of doing so Are Only about one in four. In contrast the new technique now undergoing scientific evaluation at George Washington University Hospital with four volunteers would Render a Man sterile but leave the Way Clear for him to have his Fertility restored on request. Drs. Fletcher Derrick chief of the Hospital to department of urology and Frederick Frensilli associate professor of urology Are conducting the experimental program to which they plan to add six More volunteers in the near future. The procedure involves plugging up the key reproductive canals in a Many to body with tiny plastic plugs and then removing the plugs perhaps years later in a second operation if the subject desired. The first stage already has been carried out in the four volunteers the first of whom underwent surgery about a month ago. But the two doctors stressed backs other memberships peking seating would increase effectiveness of ., study says new York apr the seating of red China can increase the United nations to effectiveness an american panel said saturday. In a study sponsored by the Association of the .a., a private organization the panel also called for the admission of East and West Germany South and North Vietnam and the two Korea. The group headed by Nicholas Katzenbach backed the latest policy of the Nixon administration. This Calls for the seating of peking in both general Assembly and Security Council while permitting Taiwan to continue in the Assembly. His opinion Katzenbach former . Attorney general and undersecretary of state said he agreed with the panel to recommendations on China but he stressed the a primary importance of seating the Mainland delegation. A of do this a he said a because i am persuaded that a two China solution however right in principle is neither practical nor feasible at this ?� one conclusion the panel acknowledged that the seating of peking in the Security Council May introduce an impediment because of the veto Power but said the United nations cannot Hope to carry out its obligations for the maintenance of peace without this country of 800 million people. The report said the inclusion of peking and the divided countries would remove obstacles inhibiting the United nations from taking effective action on such issues As arms reduction Southeast Asia political and Security questions and Central european Security arrangements. The panel included prominent americans who have served either at the United nations or in the . State department. Among these were Andrew w. Mondier Philip c. Jessup Ernest a. Gross Charles w. Yost Joseph e. Johnson and Phillips Talbot. To an a newsman that it remains to be seen whether reversibility with restoration of Fertility can be achieved. Derrick said a Oit should be stressed that our work to Date is Only preliminary and we can not forecast the results. Quot but if the technique proves effective and Safe As it already has in experiments with dogs it May Well prove to be the first real honest to goodness family planning method involving no birth control pills for the wife no rhythm method. A Oitt to not designed just for the Guy who already has up to six kids and perhaps a wife who can to take the pills and therefore does no to want to have any More kids. A Oitt to designed for example for a Man who right after marriage might want to be a turned off to for awhile but then be Able to come to a surgeon maybe two years later and say a turn me on ??� Frensilli pointed out that he sees potential psychological advantages Over the permanently sterilizing Vasectomy technique. A one of our volunteers a he said a happens to be a psychologist who first came to us seeking a Vasectomy. But when we told him about our new project he quickly volunteered saying he to like to have a Chance at least of getting Assurance that he could still produce children if he wanted ?� the other three volunteers include a medical photographer on the Hospital staff a credit manager for a business firm and a technician for the civilian space Agency. All four Range in age from 28 to 42 All have from two to three children and All had originally sought permanent vasectomies before learning of the new project. Ca and headed for new York and then Washington. Meanwhile six prison employees who had been hostages during the uprising were buried saturday after authorities made a final examination of their bodies in the official t state investigation of the rebellion and the Way it was put Down. Funeral services for the six had been held Friday. But the bodies were returned to funeral Homes at the request of investigators. The bodies were examined by two top pathologists or. Henry Siegel and or. Michael Baden. The findings were not disclosed Robert e. Fischer the Deputy state attorney general in charge of new York to official investigation issued a statement saturday saying his staff had met with the pathologists and a reviewed the medical facts pertaining to such matters As the nature of the wounds probable time of death and cause of ?� he gave no indication of the pathologists to findings however. Previous autopsies showed that the Attica hostages who died were shot not stabbed by inmates As the state maintained initially. Gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller has said they were killed in a crossfire As police converged on the prison rebels from four sides. Received complaints one member of the state panel Clarence b. Jones publisher of the Amsterdam news and a Black told newsmen the group had received complaints from about 20 inmates of physical abuse by corrections officers and state troopers after the rebel held Cellblock had been retaken and a during the time the attempt was being made to reprocess inmates Back into Cellblock. Jones added that the committee had a Ono basis to make an Independent verification of what the members had been told. He also said several prisoners had reported that they were run through a othe Gauntlet a Between two lines of prison officers and hit with Sticks As the inmates went up a stairway. S. Viet ammo dump damaged by explosions Saigon apr portions of a Large South vietnamese ammunition dump just North of Saigon were destroyed by a series of explosions before Dawn today. There were no reports of casualties in the dump or in nearby areas but artillery shells and thousands of rounds of Small arms ammunition still were exploding at Daybreak four hours after the first blast and fire at about 2 . Officials said it was not known what triggered the first explosion. Officers at the dump said they had no reports of enemy mortars or rockets that might have touched it off. It appeared that the damage was confined to one Section of the go vap ammo dump one of the biggest in the Saigon area. It is located about four Miles from the Center of Saigon and iy2 Miles from Tan son Nhut air base. As artillery shells exploded the reverberations could be heard in Saigon. A duty officer said they Shook buildings at the . Command Headquarters at Tan son Nhut. Wider interstate offers traffic safety features wasps claimed Birmingham England apr strikers on a Birmingham picket line now March with Fly Spray and Fly shatters. They claim management has enlisted wasps to break the strike. Workers who have been on strike for 35 weeks say officials of an engineering Plant have spread Jam and cake icing sugar behind the picket lines to attract wasps. By Sean Devlin journal times staff when interstate 94 opens in its new six Lane format Early in october several new developments in traffic safety will be implemented in the freeway design. That will be Welcome news to area Law enforcement officials and to Drivers who have been coping first with the overloaded two Lane freeway and More recently with the hazards of construction operations on the Road. Those hazards have included the absence of outside shoulders which has resulted in at least one fatal Accident on the Road. Racine county sheriff Joseph Blessinger recently warn la palettes to dedicate statue today to a whats mum where business news Page 4d classified ads Page 6d 10a local 4a obituaries Page 7d sports Page in women to news Page in features Ann 3b entertainment Page Ioc Horoscope Page 2b television radio Page ii an antique statue of our lady of la Salette which stood guard at a California Gold mine Entrance perhaps for a Century or More will be dedicated and blessed this afternoon at its new Home the la Salette Center a mile and a half East of twin lakes. The statue of the tearful Mary did no to arrive any too soon because today Marks the 125th anniversary of the event it symbolizes a the apparition of Mary before two Small Shepherd children on the Mountain of la Salette in Southeastern France. The cast Iron statue was found in the Mother lode Gold Rush country of Northern California in 1970 by or. And mrs. Richard Willey Nevada City calif., antique dealers. They sold it to the la Salette pronounced la a Lett to order through one of the provincial houses and delivered it personally to the la Salette Center on Kenosha county trunk cd in july. The artist and the year the statue was made Are unknown but it probably was cast in Europe and brought to the United states where it was placed at the mine Entrance As the Patron Saint of miners. The Story of la Salette is that Mary appeared before two Shepherd children a boy and a girl and tearfully begged the world to turn Back to god. The children were told they had nothing to fear and to spread the message Quot re pent and return to my ?� the Mountain of la Salette is about 35-40 Miles South of Grenoble site of the 1968 Winter olympics. The Rev. Frank Kula father Superior of the la Salette Center believes the statue was in California before the missionaries got there. He said it probably was the first statue of la Salette brought to America. Father Kula and the Rev. Gordon Malecki two of the five priests at the la Salette Center explain that statues of our lady of la Salette appear in three stages a the first of the blessed Virgin alone sitting and weeping the second of her standing and talking to the children and the third the departure of the apparition. Father Kula who visited la Salette four times and also has been at Lourdes and Fatima Sites of other apparitions said la Salette is noted for its conversions of spiritual cures while Lourdes is noted for its miracles or physical cures. Although the statue which will be dedicated today is of Mary alone the priests say it is of the second stage because she is depicted standing and looking Down As if speaking to the children. It evidently was cast without the children. The statue was cast in the a ochre Perdu or lost Wax process signifying that Only one statue can be made from turn to Page 7a, col. I de Drivers on the interstate Between the Wisconsin Illinois line and the Racine Milwaukee county line to use the inside Center portion of the freeway As a stopping shoulder. Right hand shoulders have been eliminated on the freeway to allow for widening at the Center and yet permit four lanes of traffic. Lack of a right hand shoulder led to a two car crash sept. I in which a 4-year-old two Rivers boy was killed. Wisconsin division of highways officials said however that even though Many accidents have occurred during the improvements none of them even the fatal Are directly attributable to construction operations. They report that the Driver of the car involved in the fatal Accident stopped in the open Lane of traffic to change Drivers and was struck from behind. Whatever the cause construction operations to improve the Highway have led to inconvenience and hazards during the work. When it is done and opened however the stretch labelled the sixth busiest Rural interstate in the nation will also be one of the safest for the Drivers who use it officials say. Gordon Miller traffic Engineer with the Waukesha office of the division of highways said the most obvious change to Drivers will be the absence of a grass median strip and the addition of an aluminium Box beam Center guard rail weather Between North and southbound segments. A othe beam a Miller said a will be very Strong while the posts supporting it Are very ?� Miller explained the purpose of the beam and the weak posts Are to allow a car to break through the posts but be held away from the opposing lanes of traffic by the beam. The beam is a continuous bolted Box with a certain amount of a Ogiver designed into it so that it will re direct a car hitting it Back into its own median area without a a rubber band effect. The Box beams Are buried in the ground at the approach ends and contoured to guide traffic around obstructions such As Bridge abutments. Another Type of Barrier also is being utilized along the newly remodeler freeway. Called . Barriers after general motors which developed the device the curved Concrete barriers have been placed on All the widened Bridges to accomplish the same purpose a More firmly perhaps a As the Box beam. Sign supports along the Highway All will be breakaway design a Oto allow any vehicle to go through without serious damage a according to the Highway division. In addition Thermal plastic pavement markings will be used. These markings which Are expected to last at least five years will eliminate the need for repainting and will be turn to Page 6a, col. I or / in our area the Rev. Gordon Malecki one of five priests at the la Salette Center near twin lakes and Christie Marie Mecklenburg 5, daughter of or. And mrs. Donald Mecklen a journal times photo by Emmert h. Dose Burg twin lakes Admire the statue of our lady of la Salette moved recently to the Center from California. Tile statue will be dedicated this afternoon. Mostly Cloudy today with a Chance of occasional Light rain High in Low 60s. Partial Clearing and cooler tonight Low in lower 40s. Partly sunny a Little warmer monday High in upper 60s. Winds northerly 10-18 Miles an hour today. Precipitation probabilities 40 per cent today to per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state partly sunny North and Central today mostly Cloudy South Chance of showers extreme South and Southeast. Highs 57 to 65. Tonight fair and quite Cool lows 34 to 42. Monday partly sunny and warmer with highs 65 to 75. The Sun Rose at 6 35 Arn. And will set at 6 55

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