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   Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - July 24, 1982, Madison, Wisconsin                                Weather Warm and Chance of High Details on Page 20 30 4 Sections 3W THE CHPTTHLTimES Wisconsin July TODHV5 City Edition Iran agrees to mediation TheWeekend Dennis The St Dennis parish on Dempsy Road is busy this weekend with its an nual summer There are roller skating and more tonight and A familystyle dinner will also be served Sunday from to Volksfest Waunakee is celebrat ing its heritage through Sunday at its annual Volksfest of the Arts at the Old Village Park on Welcome to Waunakee THE ONLY WAUWEE IN THE WORJP A Main Street There will be a pancake breakfast Sun day starting at a parade starting at and music and ice throughout the Greek The Assumption Greek Orthodox Church will hold its 22nd annual pic nic and festival starting at Sunday at Hoyt Park on the west There will be Greek dance and crafts on hand throughout the Prairie If you havent the prairie wildflowers are hitting their stride now as we pass through midsum You can get a chance to examine these beauties up close Sunday in a tour of Greene Prairie in the UW Arboretum from 9 to 11 Meet guides at the Grady parking lot just south of the Beltline on Seminole Clubs On tap at the Madison area clubs tonight Chaser at Headliners Little Vito the Torpedoes at the Badger Bowl Peter Lou Berryman at the Dragonwood Pub Jimmy Dawkins and his Blues Band at the Havana Club Ivory at the Shuffle Inn Pony Boy at Off the Wagon Bill Camplin at Mothers Pub Slicklicks at the Where to find It Arts Births Classified ads Comics Dear Abby Death notices Editorial Page Kids Page Moyietimes Religion Sports TV listings Weather table Weddings 10 20 2128 12 11 7 8 9 14 6 1518 13 20 11 The Associated Press Iran today announced its agree ment to an Algerian mediation effort to end the war with but insisted that any settlement must be made on Iranian We said we accept mediation as long as it functions in the direction of our terms for ending the Prime Minister Mir Hussein Musavi told Te hran radio after meeting with Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah The announcement came as both Iran and Iraq reported heavy fighting east of Iraqs southern port of with each side claiming victories on the Iraq said it repulsed a new Iranian killing but Iran said its forces charged across minefields to smash Iraqi killing 700 Iraq invaded Iran in September 1980 in an attempt to take the Iranian east side of the Shatt alArab Iraqs only waterway to the Persian But Iran beat back the Iraqis in a number of offensives earlier this year and on July 13 invaded v Irans conditions for ending the war have been the complete withdrawal of Iraqi forces from Iran and war It has also called for the overthrow of Iraqs An Iranian leader today called on other Moslem nations to help build an army of 60 or 70 million to march on Israeliheld Jerusalem if Iran succeeds in its drive to topple the regime of Iraqi President Sad dam The official Iraqi News Agency said the Iraqi field commander sent a message early today to Hussein say ing the Iranians tried to cross the border Friday but were repulsed before they reached about 15 miles west of the There were ferocious battles last night and this morning east of the agency They ended with the annihilation of all members of the enemy except for those who The agency quoted a war commu nique as saying Iranians died in the latest bringing to the total number of Iranians Iraq claims to have killed since Wednes This million home was partly assembled in Madison by Windsor Homes and then shipped to the construction site in Oak The home contains an indoor music dance floor and bar area in addition to library and six million home delivered by truck Illinois dream home built here By AL PARKINS Capital Times Staff Writer What cost nearly million and was partly assembled in Madison and then trucked to Illinois The answer may be surprising a new While few people can afford a million house in todays depressed Madisons Windsor Homes had such a customer and delivered the home in prebuilt Windsor cut and fit together floor and wall components at its Stoughton Road Then the sec tions were taken to the construction site in Oak It took 15 truckloads to get the house to its final By way of the average house is about If youre spending 1 you expect something a little fancier than your ordinary runofthemill tract And for the buyer got a Spanishstyle house with exterior dimensions of 139by69 Other amenities include an 18by 36foot indoor pool a spa a 20by40 foot music room adance floor and bar area a 19by24foot library six bedrooms four bathrooms a large kitchen dining and family rooms and a threecar The house sits on acres and is being built for and a South Korean doctor now living in the Chicago The Kims havent moved in but will be settled in their new home by Landscaping is now under Even though the house is 115 miles from it has a solid Madison con The architect was Kwang chief designer for Marshall Erdman Acting as an consultant was Herman 2502 Waunona The is not under the auspices of Cook took the job as a his own weekend proj Asked how and why a person would spend million on a Cook looked serious and This is the time to I mean There is all sorts of creative financing available and contractors and suppliers are hungry and looking for Did he mean that Kim is financing his new home Of Cook You can get the money easy these days and if the interest rates go you can refinance Cooks father was a UW but Cook took his architect schooling at the University of Oregon because it wasnt offered at the He was born in Korea and is proud of his People dont realize but there Continued on fage 1 Watt letter riles Jewish leaders By DALE RUSSAKOFF Washington Post News Service WASHINGTON Interior Secre tary James Watt cautioned in a letter last month to Israeli Ambassa dor Moshe Arens that American sup port for Israel could be jeopardized if liberals of the Jewish community join with the other liberals of this na tion in opposing the Reagan admin istrations accelerated energy devel opment The June 17 disavowed by the White House as warned that unless the United States reduced its reliance on foreign energy There Is great risk that in future years America will be prevented from being the strong pro tector and friend of Israel that we are and want to Watt wrote that friends of Israel should support the Reagan adminis trations energy policies if they really are concerned about the future of These policies include Watts con troversial programs to expand off shore oil drilling and coal mining on public which have recently come under sharp attack from environmentalists and officials of several affected The letter triggered an angry reac tion Friday by American Jewish who called it inappropriate and deeply offensive to appeal for American Jewish support through a foreign They said they also resented the implication that American Jews should take positions on the Reagan administrations do mestic policies because of concern for A White House spokesman said Watts made in a letter enti Continned on Page 1 JameH Watt day Iran earlier had claimed its inva sion army punched 14 miles into Iraq and killed Iraqis in an onslaught that began Wednesday Iraq said it drove off that charge and killed Iranian The Iraqis also said they beat back Irans first incursion into Iraqi territory on July which escalated a 22month old border war between the Moslem analysts estimate Iran and Continued on Page I Great Lakes fish study yeveals By LARRY Chicago SunTimes News Service CHICAGO Some Lake Michigan fish contain high enough levels of a cancercausing insecticide to justify a complete ban on its Sid ney Yates charged The has been found in potentially dangerous quantities in Great Lakes fish exam ined by federal Toxa phene has been under study by the government since 1977 and has been linked to cancer in test rats and mice and to liver degeneration in larger test A government study found that levels of the pesticide in Great Lakes fish were the highest of any tested except for a sample from Mis Yates released confidential docu ments from the Environmental Protection Agency calling for an al most complete ban of the use of the which is used to spray crops in the These EPA documents reveal a potential danger to Lake Michigan and to the other Great After years of the agencys top scien tists conclude that a ban is yet the Reagan administration does We must ban the use of toxa phene and we must do it While the substance is not widely used in the it is believed to be carried to the area by winds in the upper atmosphere and deposited here by The pesticide has been found in water throughout the coun try and in fish in the Great It has also been found in soil samples and in shellfish off of the East Coast and in the southern Gulf The National Cancer Institute charged in 1979 that the substance can contribute to liver and thyroid cancer in animals and is generally considered capable of causing cancer in It has been in production in the country since The EPA documents released Friday by Yates warn that the pres ence of the poison may present a serious problem to future commer cial and sport fishing in the Great Lakes resulting from the potential accumulation of residues in fish the reduction of fish popula tions by chronic effects upon repro Yates was joined in his call for a ban by the Citizens for a Better Envi ronment and the Lake Michigan Fed Robert research di rector and toxicologist for the said that once the substance is intro duced Into Lake Michigan it is likely that fish will be contaminated well into the next Some of the fish used in the EPA tests were taken from Lake Michi according to Larry pro gram director for the Lake Michigan These fish contained twice as much of the insecticide1 as allowable by government They find key to better sleep for shift workers 16 By DAVID JOHNSTON Los Angeles Times News Service The health and productivity of the 25 million Americans whose work hours change regularly could be im proved significantly if employers scheduled shift changes to conform with the bodys natural and adjust able sleep a team of scien tists from Harvard and Stanford uni versities reported Human bodies operate on a 25hour desiring sleep and waking up in a natural rhythm that shift work often numerous studies have Disrupting this rhythm can have serious long term health conse Fruit flies and hampsters forced to live disrupted sleepwake cycles have their life expectancies cut as much as 20 other stud ies have By understanding the bodys sleep wake shift changes can be planned to minimize the disruptive the scientists reported in Sci ence magazine after studying work ers at a Utah Airline police steelworkers and millions of others must cope with changing Workers adjust best to shift changes that move them to later starting times because this allows them to take advantage of the fact that the bodys cycle has one more hour than the day Charles the principal By adding this extra hour to the two or three hours the body can natu rally adjust he most workers can accommodate themselves within four days to a new shift that begins eight hours later than their old But If workers must switch to an earlier starting he the extra hour in the bodys natural cycle Is effectively deducted from the bodys ability to That means the body is working against the clock to adjust and it could take 16 days to adjust to a new shift that begins eight hours earlier than the old Our findings have major implica tions for both industry and Czeisler He said the study shows employee ill job safety and productivity can all be affected by whether shift changes conform to the bodys The study began in 1981 after work ers at the Great Salt Lake Chemicals and Minerals plant in complained about fa digestive disorders and falling asleep on the The company turned to the Center for Design of In dustrial Schedules in Boston for The workers had been changing shifts every often to ones that Continued on Page 5   

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