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

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26 Sep 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 26, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Racine wis., sept. 26, 1971 102 ?"7 ?"30 cents plane crash kills six in Milwaukee Kremlin Tito of Friendship pact Milwaukee stalled about 150 feet off the ground and crashed nose first after taking off from the Milwaukee Airport. The flight plan had been filed by Donald j. Bere president of Catholic knights insurance society of Milwaukee. A spokesman for the firm said Bero sales manager Joseph p. Betker and Secretary Carl a. Lindich with their wives had intended to take the plane to Minneapolis for a company meeting. Mitchell Fields to assistant director Joseph Sanek said the Light plane crashed about too feet East of the runway. The Federal aviation administration said the plane left Manitowoc about noon and apparently picked up four passengers in Milwaukee. Nixon enters Dock walkout Portland Ore. Apr president Nixon met with leaders of opposing factions in the protracted West coast Dock strike saturday and said they had agreed to try to reach settlement by the end of next week. The president said that Union and management negotiators had agreed to resume conferences monday. The strike which began july i has shut Down 24 West coast ports idling scores of ships and causing cargo loss in the millions. The meeting marked the first time Nixon As president has met with both parties to a major strike. Nixon later appeared before news and broadcast executives from the Western states and said a of consider it imperative that management and labor work with a new sense of urgency to end the ?� farm interest the president had flown in from Montana during the afternoon and said that Farmers there were asking about the Dock strike which he said had a broader interest an interest extending beyond the West coast. President Nixon also noted that in this particular situation the administration had made recommendations to Congress for dealing with transportation generally. He said he thought what had happened in the Dock dispute and rail dispute underscored the urgency for legislation. He said As things stand there can be great injury and that invocation of the Taft Hartley act is a possibility Here As the situation goes on. Nixon met in a Small sitting room at the Benson hotel with Harry Bridges president of the striking International longshoremen to and warehousemen to Union and de Flynn president of the Pacific maritime association the employer group. Bridges and Flynn flanked Nixon but while newsmen and photographers were in the room most of the conversation was Between the president and the Union chief. No mediator role Ronald l. Ziegler the presidential press Secretary said Nixon was not going to attempt any mediation himself but emphasized his concern Over the Long dispute. The Union had rejected Nixon to bid for a halt to All strikes when the president put Forth his new economic policy last month. Earlier in the Day labor Secretary James d. Hodgson told a news conference he did not believe the Taft Hartley act to 80-Day Cooling off period would be a solution. A that would be nothing but a waiting period. In five out of six cases where we the used the Cooling off period it has served As nothing but a regenerative period a period of refuelling for both ??t George p. Shultz director of the office of management and budget was among the Federal officials at the meeting. Bridges reminded Shultz that he briefed him on the negotiations a year ago. A of thought you were going to get it settled without any difficulty at All a Shultz said. A strangely enough so did i a Bridges said. In route Here from Washington the president issued a statement calling for labor management representatives to meet with Cabinet officials at Portland in an Effort to Speed a settlement. Bridges and Flynn met saturday morning with Shultz Hodgson and j. Curtis counts director of the Federal mediation and conciliation service. President signs Bill repealing detention Camps for subversives Portland Ore. Apr president Nixon signed on saturday a Bill repealing a 21-year-old Law establishing detention centers for suspected subversives. The Bill passed by Congress earlier this month also prohibits reestablishment of the detention Center without the consent of Congress. The 1950 Law had never been invoked but during debate on its repeal supporters cited widespread rumours that it would be used to imprison persons with unpopular beliefs. Supporters of Hie Bill to repeal the act also recalled the internment of 120,000 japanese americans living on the West coast during world War ii. Nixon announced at an Airport speech on his arrival in Portland that he had signed the Bill. The president is in route to Alaska and a historic meeting with emperor Hirohito of Japan. Nixon emphasized present Day Friendship of Japan and America in his speech to the crowd of several thousand persons. Nixon said the government had built six detention Camps under the emergency detention act of 1950. Nixon said the Law provided that the Camps would be used during internal Security emergencies for seizing and detaining individuals Likely to engage in acts of espionage and sabotage. He also noted the act had engendered great anxiety. Militant Blacks and student leaders had frequently pointed to the aet As proof of repression in America. The Camps never used were identified in the presidential statement As a Tulelake Calif. Closed in 1953 and later sold to private persons. A Wickenburg Ariz. Returned to the City of Wickenburg in 1956 now used for emergency air strip and private manufacturing Plant. A Avon Park Fla. Taken Over by the state for a correctional institution. A Florence Ariz. Of a total of 456 acres 436 sold to Florence which later sold them to a private Developer for a trailer Camp. The remaining 20 acres were used As a Federal jail. Tel Reno okla. Used As a grazing land for cattle kept by the Bureau of prisons. A Allenwood a. Minimum Security Federal prison Camp. Scale tells the tale the scale told the tale in the milking contest saturday Between Burlington mayor John thate right and Eugene Weins left president of the Racine City Council. The contestants Learned that thate won with 7.75 a journal times photo by Vern Wolf pounds of milk to Weins 6.5 pounds. The Competition held at the Francis Weis farm near Burlington was part of the Racine county farm bureaus to hospitality Day. Story and More pictures on Page 9a. Milwaukee a a private plane carrying three Milwaukee insurance executives and their wives crashed saturday shortly after leaving Mitchell Field on a trip to Minneapolis. None of the six occupants survived. Witnesses said the twin engine Beechraft Baron whose Pilot filed a flight plan in Manitowoc before flying to $40 million in heroin seized in new York City devalue Dollar monetary fund head urges Washington a the International monetary fund to top official saturday urged devaluation of the Dollar to Clear the Way for world agreement on Money Exchange rates. The United states wants such an agreement but thus far has declined to devalue the Dollar. Key noting the annual if meeting managing director Pierre Paul Schweitzer suggested also an expanded use for a paper Gold or special drawing rights As a Reserve asset on which the value of other currencies would be based. Schweitzer said at a news conference that the a present situation cannot possibly Lead to a satisfactory system of Exchange ?� he referred to president Nixon to decision to Cut the Dollar Loose from its tie with Gold and impose a 10-per-cent charge on imports. The managing director thus placed much of the Burden for resolving the International monetary impasse on the United states saying he does not two marches in Milwaukee Milwaukee a demonstrators had a Choice saturday of marching in a fund raising Parade for sickle cell anaemia research or supporting militant politics. The fund Raiser Drew the biggest turnout. An estimated 2,500 children and adults despite rain and Chilly weather participated in a 21-mile hike to raise Money for birth defect research and the Southeastern Wisconsin sickle cell Center. Meanwhile about 150 persons marched quietly for four Miles in support of militant Angela Davis. Expect a solution without a �?. ?� by that he said he meant a Dollar devaluation in terms of its relationship with Gold and special drawing rights the medium of Exchange created in 1969 to provide More reserves for payments Between countries. The United states has rejected devaluing and instead president Nixon has said the import surcharge will remain until total Reform of the monetary system is achieved. A of would hate to see a situation where the surcharge would remain in effect for a year or so a Schweitzer said. He suggested a three step plan for solving the crisis starting with a realignment of currency values and defining them in terms of both Gold and a paper ?� the first stage would also include the surcharge removal. The second stage would in clude negotiations to improve american to balance of payments position and the third would focus on proposals for International monetary Reform. Schweitzer said it would be a Overy difficult for a solution to emerge without the United states taking the initiative to end the surcharge and devalue the Dollar. He said the annual if session probably would result in agreement that the situation is urgent and on the stages and procedures that would Lead to a lasting solution. Although Schweitzer urged devaluation of the Dollar in terms of Gold he did not ask that the United states resume Gold payments. Although . Officials Are doubtful that this week to meeting will do the Job they will press for some permanent Reform and reshaping of the world to monetary system. Behind the facade of the ceremonial setting finance ministers of the .�?t major trading partners Are expected to bargain for devaluation of the Dollar and removal of the Nixon imposed to per cent temporary import surcharge. But the Nixon administration is resisting both holding fast against the Dollar devaluation through raising the Price of Gold and pledging to keep the surcharge in effect until the monetary system is overhauled. . Officials say they Are doubtful the Basic Reform they Are seeking in the system will take place at the week Long meeting although the session could turn into the launching pad for such an overhaul. The if is supposed to be watchdog of the International monetary system of fixed currency Exchange rates shaped a Quarter Century ago at Breton Woods . But that system has been crumbling in recent years As the .�?t balance of payments position floundered heavily into deficit weakening the value of the Dollar and draining the nation to Gold supplies. Or in weather � � � � � our area Light showers Clearing this morning becoming partly Cloud and warmer in the afternoon with a High of about 70. Warme tonight with a Low in the mid 50s. High monday in the mid 70s winds from the Southwest 12 to 22 mites per hour. Tins us at to . Ana will spi at 6 42 n m. Belgrade apr Leonid i. Brezhnev signed a new a Belgrade declaration with president Tito saturday reaffirming Yugoslavia to right to sovereignty and noninterference in its internal affairs. The joint declaration called for More cooperation and Trust Between their two communist parties and countries. In the historic document concluding the soviet communist party Leader to four Day visit Brezhnev and Tito declared their a closeness of approach in International affairs and condemned the a of aggression of the United states in Indochina and of Israel in the Middle East. Relax tensions they urged relaxation of tension in Europe and supported the admission of both Germany and communist China to the United nations. In a Concession to Yugoslavia the declaration stated whats / 111111111111111 p ilk 11111111111111 la 111 / where business news Page 4c classified ads Page 6c 14a local news Page 4a sports Page in women to news. Page in features Ann Landers. Page 3e entertainment Page 8e Horoscope Page 3e television radio. Page 8b a othe development of Allaround yugoslav soviet relations is based on the principles Laid out in the Belgrade declaration of 1955, in the Moscow statement and the declaration of 1956, and in the joint yugoslav soviet declaration of 1965.�?� the 1955 Accord ratified by those in 1956 and 1965, upheld Freedom Equality and right to Chart its own course without interference. It was signed by the late Nikita s. Khrushchev. Tito broke away from the soviet bloc in Joseph Stalin to Day and embarked on an Independent course. Brezhnev declared at the Airport before the Belgrade declaration was made Public that it represented a of firm basis for development of Friendship and cooperation Between the two nations. Then he Shook hands with Tito gave the 79-year-old yugoslav Leader a stiffly formal Bear hug and took off unexpectedly for Hungary. Tito accepted Brezhnev to invitation to visit Moscow. Bulgaria next from Budapest Brezhnev will Fly on to Bulgaria today. Presumably he will fill in leaders of these two staunch soviet allies on his talks and possibly to try to reduce tension Between Yugoslavia and the soviet bloc. The document echoing Brezhnev to Public statements Here supported the right of each communist country to map wire photo talks on crime gov. George Wallace of Alabama said saturday the streets of Saigon probably Are safer than the streets of major american cities. See Story on Page 2a. New York apr customs officials said saturday their agents seized $40 million Worth of heroin and arrested three men on smuggling charges in one of the three largest heroin hauls Ever made in new York. The 200 pounds of heroin were stashed in 161 packages in a late Model american made car shipped from Italy aboard the liner Rafaelo wednesday a customs spokesman said. The record seizure was 246 pounds taken in 196s. Customs officials said they were checking for possible links with other cases in which cars where used for smuggling drugs. A Oover the last five months we the found drugs hidden in cars in san Juan Spain and Elizabeth n.j., a spokesman said. Authorities said however the most recent arrests were the first involving the use of an american made car for alleged drug smuggling. They said the drug was hidden inside the upholstery and under floor panels in a car belonging to one of those arrested Guiseppe Giacomazzo 35, Queens n.y., a passenger on the italian liner. The drug was discovered in a routine pie Side Check after the car was unloaded from the ship authorities added. The three were picked up Friday night in various parts of the City. The car was placed under surveillance after the alleged discovery of the heroin and agents tailed the three men until the arrests were made. The football season is a lot More fun this year for 10-year-old Jimmy Donaldson son of or. And mrs. James Donaldson of 1527 Bryn mawr ave. Last year Jimmy spent the entire season confined to a wheel chair with both legs in casts. This year he to a pass catching end in the Myca Liddle league football program. The Hansche school fifth grader had both legs broken at St. Mary to Hospital in june of 1970 to Correct a birth defect. His legs were reset after part of the Bone was Cut away and Jimmy spent six months in casts. Until Jimmy to dad pointed him out saturday the photographer could no to Tell him from the rest of the badgers. A journal times photos build its own form of socialism. It said the teaching of a Marx Engels Lenin was the a irreplaceable foundation of society. But it said this was a creatively applied and developed in agreement with specific characteristics of each ?� it went on to assert that a methods of construction of socialism that reflect experiences and specific aspects of development of individual countries Are in the hands of the people and the workers to class in individual countries and should not be mutually ?� spunk

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