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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Ground Roseann Canfora 27, a demonstration Leader rejected As spurious the University a claim that the location of the Annex was determined soley because it would be close to the existing gymnasium a a this is a coverup a a she said a they want us to forget that four students were murdered on May 4,1970 this Hill is the most significant Symbol of what happened to them a a Olds hired six years ago to Calm the strife torn Campus denies the charge he acknowledges that there is still a great Deal of frustration and bitterness Over the Kent state killings and he adds a there has been no final or adequate fixing of responsibility a no Public Agency has been Able to fix the blame for the Kent state shootings. Parents of the dead students and others involved in the Case have lost a suit against Ohio officials and Are appealing the decision in a Cincinnati Federal appeals court. At the end of this week Olds will turn his Post Over to or. Barge Golding. Olds will become president of Alaska methodist University. Golding is coming from san Diego state University where he was president. Olds announced his Resigna Tion last november citing continuing Campus protests the Rise of a teachers Union and other difficulties As his reasons for leaving during his tenure Here. Olds helped establish a Center for peaceful change to teach courses in nonviolent change he cites that As one of Many examples of How the University can become a a living memorial a to the slain Kent state protesters he reasons that the existence of such a memorial makes the preservation of that Hill unnecessary. You can stay at Home and shop too with a want and used Maytag Gas dryer for Sale in excellent condition Call evenings tor further in formation phone xxx cancel the and really have Good Luck with Tribune want ads said the advertiser. You can get fast results by calling 373-1411 today and placing your and. Local temperatures High sunday 75 Tow sunday to rainfall the evening Tribune vol Lxi no. 162 Albert i a Minnesota monday july la 1977 Carter won t Swap Oil with Japan single Cory 20 cents 12 rages Washington a pro Klent Carter la abandoning a was of alaskan Oil with Japan partly because he would have a Tough time explaining such a move to american Consumers Long warned of an Energy crisis James Schlesinger the presidents chief Energy adviser Dis closed sunday that Carter decided it would be wrong to Send alaskan Oil to Japan in Exchange for japanese bought Oil shipped from the persian Gulf to states on the Gulf Cost and the Eastern Seaboard. The proposal was among several under consideration for handling the daily surplus of barrels a Day expected at West coast refineries once Oil starts flowing at full capacity through the newly opened trans Alaska pipeline Schlesinger a remarks came on no cd so meet the press a he acknowledged it would be difficult to justify the Export to americans who have repeatedly been told of the need to conserve fuel a was a consequence there will be no exchanges All of the Oil Small plane crash kills sex resident John Frederick Weitzel 25. Formerly of Albert Lea. Was killed sunday afternoon in a private plane Accident in Alaska also involved in the Accident were his wife. Carol who is in intensive care in a Providence. Alaska Hospital and or and mrs Gordon Bordine of Soldotna. Alaska both in critical condition funeral arrangements for or Weitzel now of Ankeny Iowa. Are pending. Or Weitzel was born May 3. 1952, in Dodgeville. Wit., the son of Fred and Charmaine Weitzel now of 518 East fourth St. He moved to Albert Lea with his family in 1987 he was a graduate of Albert Lea High school and completed his education at Concordia College he married Carol Bordine in 1974. He resided in Minneapolis and Cedar rapids Iowa before moving to Ankeny Iowa 1� years ago he was employed by Briggs transportation company he is survived by his wife Carol his parents three Sisters at Home. Cathy Janet and Diane two Brothers Steven of Colorado Springs. Colo and James in Germany and his grandparents or and mrs Francis Weitzel and or and mrs. Fred Johnson both of Mineral Point wis coming out of Alaska will have to be shipped to the states a he mid Schlesinger said Carter decided to abandon the proposal last monday. The japanese Oil Swap had been touted by some administration and Oil Industry officials As a Means of cutting the coat of transporting alaskan Oil to Eastern and Southern refineries those officials said such an arrangement could Cut As much Asti to 21.90 a barrel from the Cost of transporting alaskan Oil East on tankers through the Panama canal. But said Schlesinger. A we Are unable to demonstrate clearcut savings to the Consumers. On balance the president has reviewed the matter and he believes the swaps would be undesirable a partly on political grounds partly for other technical reasons a a the administration is believed to favor building pipelines to carry surplus alaskan Oil to markets in the Midwest Schlesinger said Carters Deci Sion to keep alaskan Oil in the United states should encourage that development. In Anchorage trans Alaska pipeline officials said sunday they hoped to resume pumping Oil within Days. The flow was halted Friday night after a fire knocked out a pumping station near Fairbanks meanwhile House Republican Leader John Rhodes said sunday he does no to believe Congress is in any mood to give the president Broad standby authority to impose a gasoline rationing program. Liberal Democrat party enlists 2 for majority Tokyo a prime minister Takeo Fukuda a Liberal democratic party lip today managed to retain its majority in the upper House of parliament by enlisting three independents who won seats in sunday s election. On its own the ruling party secured 63 seats with four races still undecided. The Liberal democrats needed to win 66 of the 126 seats at stake in the House of councillors to hold on to its majority. The election had been viewed As a key test of the lip s strength after a major Rebuff in elections for the More powerful lower House last december. The conservative Liberal democrats have ruled in Japan for 29 years. Sundays election was to pick new members for half the seats in the 252-seat upper House. The lip went into the elections holding 126 seats. Reacting to the Lockheed payoff scandal and the involvement in it of former prime minister Kakuei Tanaka and other leading Liberal democrats. The conservative party lost 16 seats then. It patched together a three seat majority by enlisting the support of eight independents but has been forced to make extensive compromises with the opposition for the first time now it must Man Euver to avoid defeat in the House of councillors also since it no longer has the two thirds majority in the House of representatives needed to override an Adverse vote in the upper House though All parties played Down Lockheed in this Campaign it was apparent that resentment Over the scandal and the Strong influence of big business on the conservative party is still Strong. Foreign policy was not an Issue in the Campaign and the once controversial Security treaty with the United states was virtually ignored. However the swing was not to the socialists or communists. In negotiation a soviet embassy officials headed by m. N. Streltzov second from left negotiate with finnish authorities at Helsinki Airport Early today. The two mole hijackers aboard Aeroflot tu-134 Jet Are demanding to Fly to Stockholm. Up telephoto hijackers free some hostages demand trip to a other countries Helsinki Finland a two hijackers who seized a soviet jetliner on a Domestic flight released More than half of their 79 hostages in Helsinki today and five More escaped authorities said. They said the hijackers threatened to blow up their plane unless it was refuelled knit four deadlines passed without incident. In Sweden foreign ministry officials reported and then retracted the report that the hijackers had left Helsinki in a Light plane they blamed the misunderstanding on communications problems with the finns. Finnish authorities said negotiations were continuing. They gave no indication of the hijackers motives or what kind of arms they had Sweden had earlier said it would not let the hijackers into the country. Finnish officials said the pair then demanded to be flown to a some other country Quot and threatened to blow up the plane unless it was refuelled an earlier Hijack drama in the Mideast ended sunday when six palestinians who commandeered a kuwaiti Airliner Friday surrendered at Damascus. Syria and released the last of their hostages unharmed the hijackers of the soviet plane released seven crewmen sunday and to women and children this morning but they kept 30 hostages aboard while a intensive negotiations Quot continued. A government spokesman said the pair described Only As a Young males Quot commandeered the Aeroflot jetliner with 79 persons aboard during a 175-mile flight from Petrozavodsk the capital of soviet Karelia to Leningrad sunday night the motive for the hijacking was not immediately known the Pilot radioed Stockholm Seoul flood toll rises Seoul South Korea a the flood toll in the Seoul area Rose to 206 dead today but the number of missing was reduced from 147 to 85 As persons turned up alive and errors in tallying were corrected the National flood Relief Center reported military authorities said there were no american Casu attics in the floods and land slides that followed 17 inches of rain Friday and saturday More rain was forecast As Rescue workers continued to search for victims and Southern Seoul and the suburb of Hanyang Many returned As the water receded sunday but nearly 20,000 per sons remained in schools and churches the red Cross and other agencies distributed Relief supplies two . Air Force helicopters carried red Cross food blankets and other emergency goods to stranded residents of Hanyang for permission to land there but instead came Down at Helsinki Airport apparently because the plane did not have enough fuel to reach Sweden 250 Miles away in Helsinki the hijackers threatened to blow up the plane unless they were Given fuel to continue on out of the country Finland has an agreement with the soviet Union for the automatic extradition of air hijackers. Police surrounded the twinset to 134 and it was towed to a Remote part of the Airport soviet ambassador Vladimir Stepanov and three finnish Cabinet members went to the Airport to talk with the hijackers. The Interior ministry said the hijackers released seven Crew members sunday night this morning they freed a woman and her infant child and 2h hours later they released 20 women and children shortly after noon they released 20 More women leaving 30 passengers aboard the freed hostages were reported in Good health and officials said they would be flown Back to Russia As soon As possible the finnish government set up a four Man ministerial group to negotiate with the hijackers a the government has tried to solve the problem through negotiations so far the tactics have led to the release of More than half the hostages a a a government communique said it was the second hijacking of a soviet Airliner in six weeks a 37-year-old Mechanic named Vasily Sosnovsky took Over a twin engine Aeroflot an24 on May 26 and forced the Pilot to Fly him to Stockholm after he applied for Asylum the swedish government refused to extradite him and said it would put him on trial the soviet Airliner was seized Abc Xit eight hours after five palestinian hijackers turned on their Leader and forced him to surrender with them to syrian police who guaranteed them Quot absolute safety a a two Arab officials and five British Crew members of the kuwaiti airlines Airliner were freed unharmed motorcyclist Dies in crash a Rural Albert Lea Man was killed this morning when the motorcycle he was Riding crashed into guard rail posts on Highway 13 near county Road 101 state patrol officers refused to release any details of the Accident this morning but according to Freeborn county Deputy Coroner Jesse Jackson. John Wayne hoppers Tad. 28 of route 2, Albert Lea. Crashed shortly after Midnight his body was discovered lying in a ditch at about 5 30 a m by a passing truck Driver Hopperstad was pronounced dead at the scene by Jackson county Coroner or Edward Menefee ruled later this in or Ning that Hopperstad died of a broken neck. Jackson said according to an ambulance service employee. Hopperstad was not wearing a helmet Hopperstad apparently was driving North on Highway 13 when he lost control of the motorcycle and hit several newly installed guard rail posts Quot he clipped two and then Lan ded in a ditch Quot an Albert Lea ambulance service employee said Hopperstad was an employee of Wilson foods according to a personnel director there he worked in the hog kill funeral services will be held thursday at the Bonnerup amp son funeral Home his death and those of seven other persons in separate Minnesota accidents Over the weekend raised the state s 1977 Highway toll to 372, compared with 367 a year ago Joel Hanson. 20. Waconia was killed about 8 30 pm sunday when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a freight train at an intersection of a township Road five Miles South of Waconia the Carver county sheriffs office reported Mary Ann Larson. 39. Rural Hayward wis. Died about i a in today when she was struck by a Van on old Highway 8 in the twin cities suburb of Mounds View the Ramsey county sheriff s office said deputies said the woman ran in front of the Van Elmer Journeyer. 22. Melrose was killed about la p in sunday when struck by a car As he was lying on Minnesota 28 one mile South of Swanville the state patrol said officers said they did not know Why Laumeyer was lying on the Road the Driver of the car was identified As Dennis Philipsek 22 Waite Park a North Dakota Man was killed when a car rolled Over on a Marshall county Road in Northweste Minnesota Early Sun Day authorities said Richard m Kasprowicz 33. Drake. N d was killed in the Accident on a county Road Sevel Miles Southeast of Stephen. Minn his wife Rita. 25, was hospitalized Frank Mironowski. 42. West Brook. Minn. Was killed Satur Day night when his Semi trailer left a Road and overturned near Wilder in Southern Minnesota Jackson county authorities said Mironowski was alone when his truck left Minnesota 60. Throwing him from the cab the truck then rolled Over on him the Accident happened about a mile South of Wilder in Morrison county of Central Minnesota a two car crash saturday night killed Richard we tin ski 26, Brainerd the patrol said Welt ski was alone in his car when it collided with another car on Minnesota 371 about two Miles North of Brainerd around 9p in a passenger in the other car Michael Doroff. St Paul was hospitalized in serious condition at Brainerd the Driver David Gavett 19. St Paul was listed in Good condition a passenger in a car struck by a freight train in the twin cities area died saturday the Scott county sheriffs office identified the victim As Jane Ann Angell. 41.rural Shakopee authorities said the Driver of the car and another passenger were treated for injuries at a Hospital and released the collision occurred on la s 169 at the Chicago amp North Western Railroad tracks about one mile South of Shakopee news highlights no extra motor from mountains Omaha Nab. Are the army corps of Engin Aars says Thoro was no inc Roost in stored motor in Missouri trying to Stop construction a Blanket Hill squatters protesting Kent state University s plan to arrest a gymnasium near the site where four students were killed during a 1970 Antiwar demonstration listen to Alan Canfora. Canfora was one of nine wounded during the shootings. Up telephoto Kent state dispute warms though nonviolence sworn still talking sections of pipe tit in Freeborn county farm Fields like a dismembered worm while talks continue on the pipeline being built by Williams pipeline co. County officials were to meet this afternoon with Michael Mcguire an attorney for the firm to discuss the project. Williams has started construction in the county without first obtaining a permit required by a county ordinance passed last month. Assistant county attorney Robert Tuveson said last week the company is Quot either in violation or close to being in violation of the Tribune photo since they went into operation. Largo increases were recorded in Juno in All Athar years Boca Uso of melting Snow in Tho mountains which food Tho River and its tributary s. Spain suspends Money Trade Madrid Spain Are Tho Bank of Spain suspended Dollar Psota trading today amid reports Tho government was prop ring to Dovalgo Tho peseta. Flood Tornado warnings apr Tho National Wathor service had Flash flood and Tornado warnings and watches posted for control and Aas torn North Dakota sunday evening As powerful storms roiled across Tho Plains. I inside the tritons comics. 6 family Pogo. 5 crossword. 8 opinion Pogo. 4 fridge. 9 sports. T Dally records.,.11 to guide. 8 Horoscope. 12 area weather forecast a occasional than Anding tonight. A severe thunderstorm is pos Soblo Early tonight. Clear to partly Cloudy tuesday. Lows tonight Low 60s. Highs tuesday Low 80s. Westerly winds at to to is Milos Par hour tonight. Probability of Moa Strablo precipitation 40 per cent tonight. Kent Ohio apr the two sides in the two month Battle Over a piece of ground on the Kent state University Campus Are about to come eyeball to eyeball both say they Are sworn to nonviolence University officials were expected to seek a court order today calling for students and other protesters to vacate Blanket Hill the Knoll where four students were shot and killed by National guard bullets during a Vietnam Era protest. The students say they will have to be carried off that there will be no surrender of the site they consider sacred. The University says it has 66 million tied up in a planned gymnasium Annex at the foot of the Hill outgoing University president Glenn Olds says he allowed the Hill to be occupied in deference to the students rights to peaceful protest. Students have lived in tents on the Hill since May 12. But now that construction workers Are ready to begin excavation for the 120,-000-Square-foot building he says the demonstrators have become trespassers. Students in the May fourth coalition a named for Che Date in 1970 when the four students were killed and nine others were wounded a say they have a moral right to occupy the
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