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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - August 2, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota
The evening tribunevol.02no.iai single copy 20 Coots Albert Lua. Mann Usta. Thursday. August 2, 1979shoer by Chris Manahan Tribune staff writer of you re not a horseman you done to see it done too often but to Jim Shaler of Rochester the Mart of shoeing horses is a me Job the 31-year-old Shaler spent tuesday and wednesday at the Freeborn county fair he worked on horses owned by his regular customers and if he had time other horses that needed trimming or shoeing. Six a Day is about the maximum number of horses a Man can shoe according to Shaler. It takes him an hour and fifteen minutes to shoe but that s after four years of doing when he first started said Shaler he had to absorb the sex Ense of taking longer it s Only in the last year that he s been arc blames nuke operators Washington a the three mile Island nuclear Power Plant Accident last March might have been prevented if Only the Plant operators had allowed safety equipment to function As planned the nuclear regulatory commission staff said today the arc office of inspection and enforcement in a report More than two inches thick said it was still investigating some 35 possible violations of Federal operating rules and radiation Protection limits in connection with the Accident last March 28 near Harrisburg. A. But Victor stello jr., director of inspection and enforcement wrote in a summary of the report a perhaps the most disturbing results of the investigation is confirmation of earlier conclusions that the three mile Island unit 2 Accident could have been pre Mie of the i investigators vented in spite adequacy is Quot that found. Stello said the plants design equipment Accident analyses and emergency procedures a were adequate to have prevented the serious consequences of the Accident if they had been permitted to function a be carried out As planned Quot a for example had pie operators allowed the emergency Core Cooling system to perform its intended function damage to the Core would most Likely Nave been prevented Quot he said. Instead the Core of the reactor containing its radioactive fuel rods was severely damaged by overheating and released so much radiation inside the reactor building that the operators Are still unable to enter it for inspection and clean up operations and the building May remain sealed at least through this year. Backers make last Gas plan bid before recess protest gasoline regulations a lot pfc o news highlights Grain Strika coating Sot Bismarck. . A North Dakota tax commissioner Byron Dor a n was set to meet today with a Federal mediation official about the Grain Millers strike tying up Grain shipments at Lake Superior harbours Dorgan will urge director Wayne Horowitz of the Federal mediation and conciliation Board to become directly involved in bringing both sides together in a Marathon bargaining session. Gov. Arthur link said wednesday he requested the meeting in Washington d c. As a follow up to telegrams he sent monday to president Carter . Secretary of labor Ray Marshall and Horowitz stressing the urgency of a settlement qui buys House St. Paul apr gov. And mrs. Al Quie have purchased a farm Home and 19 acres three Miles West of Marine on St Croix in Washington county. However the quies will continue to live in the governor s mansion in St. Paul. Quot its just Nice to have a place nearby Quot Quie said wednesday. A we have always loved Washington Quie said the three bedroom Frame House was built in 1894 and the land has Maple Trees which he understands were planted the same year. The Purchase Price was not disclosed pair Pladt guilty to incest Salem mass apr a tearful Victoria Pittorino and her brother. David Goddu both visibly shaken by the publicity that has surrounded them since marrying in May pleaded guilty wednesday to charges of incest in Essex county Superior court. With a Man identified As the couples natural father looking on Justice Francis Lappin ordered counselling for the pair who grew up in separate adoptive families across the state and placed them on probation. They also were fined Hoo each. Is. Pittorino 24, and Goddu 22, refused to talk to reporters and sped off in a car. It was not known what their plans were. Flood mooting hold East grand Forks Minn. A the missing link in formulating a flood management plan for red River Basin is a Model which outlines the timing of Peak flows on the red s upstream tributaries. In a meeting in East grand Forks wednesday water management officials gathered with a group of More than a dozen North Dakota and Minnesota state legislators to discuss the flooding of the red River Valley. Sen. Chuck Goodman a grand Forks predicts the next session of the North Dakota legislature will appropriate funds for a flow Model study. Loader outlines fishing rights Denver a a tribal Leader from the state of Washington says american indians seeking control of their resources should take heed of the bitter Battle Over Indian fishing rights in Hie Pacific Northwest. Joseph de la Cruz president of the Quinault tribe and a former chairman of the National tribal chairman s association outlined the fishing rights controversy wednesday at the association s annual convention. A Sputo shadows Confor onco Lusaka Zambia apr the dispute Between Britain and Nigeria Over nigerians seizure of British Oil holdings overshadowed the Commonwealth conference As it turned today to world economic and political problems and Southeast Asia. British foreign Secretary lord Carrington confronted nigerian foreign minister h e o Adefop at an outdoor reception wednesday and displayed his anger Over the nigerian governments seizure of British Petroleum a holdings in the West african country a Tow truck Rolls Post Tho Whit House wednesday of port of a protest by Tho National Congress of Petroleum retailers. Tho protest centers around dissatisfaction with Federal gasoline pricing regulations. Grain pillars begin talks paralysing strike continues Duluth Minn a Hope for an end to the strike by Grain Millers at elevators in Duluth and Superior wis. Entered today on the first contract talks to be held since the strike began july 6. An Effort by gov. Al Quie earlier in the week to get president Carter to invoke the Taft Hartley Law to Force Millers Back to work for an 80-Day Cooling off period apparently has failed. A . Labor department official said wednesday the department would advise president Carter against invoking Taft Hartley in the Millers strike because there is insufficient evidence of a widespread emergency quiet a office said the governor was disappointed by the decision but that he would keep a close watch on contract negotiations which resumed today Between representatives of Archer Daniels Midland corp. And local us of the american federation of Grain Millers. Talks Are scheduled Friday Between local 118 and the Farmers Union Grain terminal association. Both firms operate elevators in Superior. The strike began at the Continental elevator in Superior july 6 and by last week had spread to All eight elevators in Duluth and Superior a Union demand for a Cost of living clause is said to be the main Issue in the dispute. The Duluth Superior port on Lake Superior supplies 80 percent of the wheat that goes to six flour Mills in Buffalo n y. Much of the wheat exported to european markets also goes through Duluth Superior however Beatrice burgeon of the labor department said wednesday there is no evidence at this time that the strike is affecting the entire Industry or jeopardizing the National health or safety die criteria for an injunction. She said labor Secretary Ray Marshall is convinced that evidence of a National emergency must be overwhelming to seek a Taft Hartley injunction in Federal court. Quiet a request came with the height of the wheat Harvest in Minnesota Only a week away and storage bins already bulging with last years crop. Farm leaders have warned that continuation of the strike could Force Farmers to dump up to half of this years crop on the ground Charles Rhoades president of the Minnesota wheat Council estimates that half of any crop on the ground will be lost to spoilage caused by rain insects and rodents. The problem is compounded because the alternative modes of Grain transportation rail roads and barges already have More business than they can handle. Minnesota agriculture commissioner Mark Seetin said wednesday he is asking the interstate Commerce commission to redirect Railroad boxcars to Northwestern and West Central Minnesota. A we want to find ways of moving Grain out of areas where there is a possibility of newly harvested Grain being Seetin said. A we also want to determine if the inc has the authority to order Grain cars out of Duluth where they have been tied up by the strike a he said West Central Minnesota Farmers will be affected first by the Grain tie up at the twin ports because their Harvest is slightly ahead of that in the Northwestern part of the state Washington a democratic congressional leaders Are making one last bid to Rush a standby gasoline rationing Bill to president Carters desk but they say their chances Are slim asked about the prospects for completing action before Congress begins its month Long August recess Friday Senate democratic Leader Robert c Byrd of West Virginia said today. A i suppose its possible Quot speaker Thomas p of Neill was slightly More optimistic he said he Felt there was a 50-50 Chance Congress would finish work on the rationing Bill today but of Neill said that would happen Only if the Senate accepted most of the House passed Bill and returned it immediately to the House if the Bill has to go to a House Senate conference to negotiate a Compromise he said it could not possibly see final action until after the recess in september Byrd said a House Senate conference on the rationing Bill Quot could very Well be the kind of conference that could last several Days a a anal Republican loader Howard h Bakerjr of Tennessee said he was certain a majority of the Senate still favors giving the president standby rationing authority but there was no great pressure from constituents for fast action on the legislation. A a we re hearing confused he said Quot and a special confusion on things like standby rationing people Are not sure that a what they want Quot there was no likelihood the Senate would accept the rationing Bill the House passed late wednesday Bvrd referred to it As a emasculated Quot but said it would be up to sen Henry m Jackson. A Wash. Chairman of the Senate Energy committee. To recommend what action to take the House passed its Bill by a 263-159 vote but Laened it with so Many amendments Senate leaders immediately pronounced it unacceptable finding a Compromise that can be enacted before the recess Quot would be very difficult Quot con eluded rep John Dingell a Mich. The main House sponsor of the rationing Bill however he said the attempt will be made a it wont be he said House leaders had hoped to give the president at least this Bee of his new Energy plan Ore beginning their recess Many of the amendments tacked on in the House did not concern rationing one would weaken the new Federal order requiring thermostats in nonresidential buildings to be set at an Energy saving 78 degrees others would set aside special reserves of tractor fuel for Farmers and heating Oil for Homes in cold weather regions a it looks like we re going to have an impasse Quot said Jackson he said the amendment exempting businesses from the 78-degree thermostat Law if they save an equivalent amount of Energy through other Means was especially objectionable to senators one the Senate would Quot absolutely not Quot accept White House officials also indicated the president has serious reservations about the Bill As it emerged from the House following wednesday s vote the White House press office issued a statement that called the Bill a a modest beginning but said. Quot we Are disappointed that the House has been unable to agree on a direct and clearcut Bill that contains a set of measures that would enable the president to protect the country from the kinds of problems we have been experiencing this summer the Bill clearly needs improvement before the Prest Dent can sign it Quot House democratic leaders blamed partisan politics for the Hodge podge Bill that finally emerged from the chamber . Troops pull out of egyptian Sinai Camp Sinai. Egypt a peacekeeping troops Are packing their souvenirs of duty in the Dusty Sinai wilderness a scorpions Frozen in plastic spent Shell casings and pinup Calen darn a As they disband and head for Home Kunef. The 4.015-Man United nations emergency Force ceased to exist on july 25. More than 54 years after the in n Security Council sent it out to Monitor the truce that ended the october 1973 Arab israeli War the death of the seven nation peacekeeping Force was an indirect result of the peace treaty signed by Israel and Egypt March 26 even though the treaty envisioned its continuance As a Buffer Force the soviet Union opposed to the treaty refused to agree to Extension of in eff a mandate from the Security 140 Council the first to go were swedes who packed their gear tuesday and began moving out of this base Camp nestled in the rolling Sand dunes of the Northern Sinai about it Miles East of the Suez canal the military withdrawal is expected to take up to two months a number of civilians will remain behind to wind up such chores As shipping Home equipment but Kunef officials say they too should be gone within six months a your men were All hand picked the Best in the swedish said maj Sven Ullgren. A journalist from Goteborg. Sweden in civilian life a to serve in Kunef is considered very prestigious Quot this is the second time a Kunef peacekeeping army has been sent packing county fair schedule c inside t1m Tribune comics.-12 i crossword.12 j opinion Page. 4 Sporta to Bridge. 7 to guide. 12 is amp Isi ass sri car no thursday 5 . Judging opon dots Boot. Judging Arono. 7 . Opon floor show judging Arona. 8 . Mickey Gilley Thow grandstand. Friday old settlers Day 8 . Judging 4-h hogs judging Arona. 2 . Judging 4-h Derby hogs judging Arona. 2 30 . Death riders show grandstand. 7 . Judging pleasure class 4-h horses judging Arena. 8 . Death riders show grandstand. 11 . 3 . Midnight madness on the Midway. Saturday 9 . 4-h livestock Sale judging Arena. 1 . Tractor pull grandstand. 2 . Judging Halter class 4-h horses judging Arena. 6 . Tommy Jennings show grandstand. 6 30 . Judging Fra Breeding hogs judging Arena. 7 . Judging Fra and Gateway Market hog show guff a taste of the old Days this is one of the antique cars exhibited in the old 1955 s to 4-h barn at the fair. The cars Range from classic people. Model to most Are owned by local memo predicts bad Droop family Page. 5 area weather forecast variable cloudiness with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday. A Chance of an isolated severe thunderstorm. Low tonight in the upper 50s to the mid 60s. High Friday in the 80s. Chance of rain 30 percent tonight and 20 percent Friday. High temperature wednesday 78. Low temperature wednesday 60. 8 . Tommy Jennings show grandstand. Sunday Fra front gala admission charge at grandstand. 2 . Judging 4-h dogs judging Arana. 2 . Tractor pull. Grandstand. Washington a an internal Cert administration document predicts americans will face a deeper recession with higher unemployment next year than the White House has forecast publicly according to a source. The internal assessment says the jobless rate will hit 8 2 percent in the fall of 1980, meaning a total of 8.2 million americans could be out of work. In june the unemployment rate stood at 5.6 percent. A source who asked not to be identified said wednesday night the projections Are contained in a an internal document Quot that probably was never intended to be made Public the predictions were prepared by a joint task Force that included senior staffers from the Treasury department and Council of economic advisers the source said. The internal forecast differs sharply from the Economy Outlook the Carter administration released july 12 at that time the administration was projecting an unemployment rate next year of Only 6 9�?Tpercent. The latest labor department figures for june show 56 million americans were out of work the internal projection Means an additional 2 6 million americans could be out of work next year the figures in the More Pessi mistic forecast closely parallel predictions being made by the ederal Reserve Board the Board chairman. G William Miller will soon move into the administration As Secretary of the Treasury it was expected that the internal document would increase pressure on president Carter to propose a tax Cut for 1980 to give the Economy a boost. Rents apartment by using want and of you a looking for an apartment to rant chock the Low Cost Tribune want and daily for Best opportunities for rent two bedroom apartment stove refrigerator All utilities furnished adults and no pets close to shopping Center Call after 5 pm. This and ran in the paper under rentals apartments for Only two Days. It was scheduled to run for six Days you con get fast results by Colling 373-1411 today Ond placing your of. Practices dying Art at fair Able to make Money off die business his first three years Shaler absorbed his equipment costs and spent More time on each horse than a More experienced Shoer would find necessary Mark Hendrickson. It. I Albert Leo who was standing by while Shaler shoes an arabian stallion he trains said Shaler is Quot one of very few Quot Good shoes around. The shortage of shoes and Short Span of Good weather can make Nim a Quot crazy person Quot during the summer time Shaler said. A a it a usually a 19-hour Day a said Shaler. He visits his Freeborn county customers about every six weeks for a couple Days. Days like tuesday which began at 7 30 . And last until 9 ., Are a hard on your Back. Your legs and your personality a he said Shaler had lived in Rochester 12 years he originally took a two month horseshoeing course in Arizona to Start shoeing As a Hobby but after spending one year with a Long time shoes in Rochester Shaler decided to do the Job full time. Most important for a Good Shoer said Shaler. Is to know How to fit the shoe to the individual horse. Conformation faults such As Pigeon toed horses can be corrected other corrective shoeing can be done to make a horse that might place at the Bottom of a shoe move to sixth or seventh place he said shoeing should be Able to a help the horse move better a hot shoeing a process in which a Shoer adjusts the shape of the shoe to fit the Hoof. And Correct faults in the Hoof is an important port of a Shoer s Job. Shaler said the expense of hot shoeing equipment however discourages some shoes from hot shoeing he said. The Chance of getting stomped on or kicked by a horse while shoeing is Ever present. The stooped Over Shoer must hold the Norse leg Between his own while he files brushes and pounds the shoe into the Hoof a a lot of times you can Tell by their eyes a Shaler said. Other times you can feel their Muscles tighten when they Are going to a blow up on you he said but still other times there is no warning and that s when a Shoer gets knocked Down and stomped on by the horse different Breeds of horses have different personalities Shaler s favorite is the Quad ter horse because of its More favourable disposition the thoroughbreds and arabians have the hot blooded High Strung personalities the most difficult horse to handle is the Appaloosa said Shaler because it a feels no pain and is difficult to discipline and control a spank or tug on the reins is not As effective in controlling the Appaloosa while shoeing disciplining the horse is not Erv Joy Able to Shaler a a in a just As soon not get after him a wednesday Shaler loaded his equipment into his truck after spending most of the Day at the fair and headed on to his next customers new shoes a Don Storbye a Robion stallion got new shoes wednesday at the fair. Jim Shaler spent All Day tuesday and Roost of wednesday at the Freeborn county fair shoeing and trimming horses. Shaler has been shoeing full time the past four years. The stallion is from Storby s Lake Mills stables
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