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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Albert Lea, Minnesota Sunday Tribune vol. Lxvi a a 94 Albert Lea Minnesota sunday april 21, 1974 single copy 15 cents 28 pages Imp nil. Solons to California from Public pocket Candy Safe for Camp these Young people Are lined up to pick up their merchandise for the annual Myca Camp Candy Sale this weekend. Each year Young people Are Given the Opportunity to sell Candy to earn Money for expenses at Myca Camp Moraine. News highlights Japan China travel Tokyo apr Japan and China saturday signed an agreement establishing regular air routes Between the two countries and Banning several Japan Taiwan air services. Ford Layoff Dearborn Mich. Apr the Ford motor co. Said Friday 6,400 workers would be idled for one and two week periods during the next three weeks and that 440 employees would be Laid off indefinitely. Mcgovern warns Salt Lake City apr sen. George Mcgovern the 1972 democratic presidential candidate says he stands by his Campaign warnings that he was running against a the most corrupt administration in the nation s Colley decision looms Atlanta a. Apr the Atlanta Constitution quotes Secretary Howard h Callaway As saying president Nixon probably will reach a decision in the la William la Calley or. Case in a a week to to fire guts jumbo Jet Boston apr fire gutted an empty trans world airlines jumbo Jet Early sat., As it stood parked at a Gate at Logan International Airport. There were no injuries and cause of fire was not determined. Protesters ousted new York apr Twenty one anti Nixon protesters who barricaded themselves inside the statue of Liberty for 14 hours ended their occupation saturday after officials obtained a court order evicting them As trespassers. A a guards bus overturns Cortland . Apr a bus carrying 36 National guardsmen overturned and burst Finto flames Early saturday but most occupants received Only minor injuries authorities said. Mona Lisa Spray painted Tokyo apr a Young japanese woman sprayed red paint Over a Glass shield protecting the Mona Lisa today but police said the Leonardo a Vinci masterpiece was not damaged. Evidence ordered Washington apr a Federal judge has ordered the watergate special prosecutor to turn Over any evidence As to whether president Nixon knew of the Ellsberg break in. Airlines to share Washington apr the nations two largest airlines have been Given permission to work out a plan to share revenues and operations on transatlantic routes. Escaped convicts sought Rio de Janeiro Brazil apr police sealed off the City of Rio de Janeiro today and patrolled in helicopters hoping to catch 21 convicts still at Large after a daring Daylight prison escape. Inside the Tribune daily record 21 markets. 21 editorial Page 4 deaths21 Bridge. 12 sports. 17 family Page a a a 6 Horoscope a a a a a 13 Tribune photo St. Paul Minn. Apr a trip at taxpayer expense to californians Napa Valley to research the growing production and marketing of wine is on next week s Agenda for three Minnesota House members. Scheduled to leave today on the three Day trip Are William Quirin Del Rochester. Chairman of the governmental operations committee John Sarna Del Minneapolis a member of the City government committee and rep. Robert Pav Lak a St. Paul a member of the Commerce and economic development committee. All three committees Are considering legislation involving the wine Industry. Current Law allows the Sale of wine Only in liquor outlets in Minnesota. There have been proposals to establish a new system under which restaurants without a full liquor License could be licensed to serve wine and allowing Sale of wine in grocery stores. Quot we want to know what happens from the time the product is a grape until the time it is consumed in Minnesota said Quirin. Minnesota has an untapped Vineyard production potential according to several legislators. The 1974 legislature authorized the University of Minnesota to conduct wine research. The House rules committee Friday authorized expenditure of $156,000 for interim hearings before the 1975 legislature convenes. Interim hearings Are a longtime legislative practice but the number has increased under Del legislative control the past two years. H Iuse Del Leader Levin Anderson said the committee budget is a a Rock Bottoms figure for paying expenses of legislators and their staffs for interim work. Indicted lawyer to talk on Connally in milk Case 6th District republicans pick Congress candidate by Gerry Nelson associated press writer Willmar Minn. Apr sixth District republicans met saturday to pick a candidate for one of Minnesota s key congressional races and hear another pitch for an open primary. State rep. John w. Johnson Minneapolis one of two gop candidates for governor urged delegates to forget about endorsements for statewide offices. In remarks prepared for the convention Johnson said voters have become disenchanted with both political parties. He said voters calling themselves independents Are now a majority. Quot i think its important that the independents be involved in selecting the candidates that go on the general election ballot a Johnson said in an interview Friday. Quot that a Why in a urging the Republican party to open up the primary to All candidates for All statewide offices from top to Johnson also called on republicans to take a stand in favor of retaining a part time legislature. Johnson listed gov. Wendell Anderson on the Side of those favouring a full time legislature. He said the governor had twice taken such a stand in his 1970 Campaign Ami in a 1972 letter to a legislative committee. Johnson in his speech to convention delegates saturday continued his announcement theme of about a month ago. He charged in effect that the Anderson administration has operated a government for Sale by appointing persons who have made political contributions. He said the main Issue in the fall elections would be a integrity in Johnson also asked delegates to consider an open gop primary. Quot i Hope you la give it some thought a he added. Former Minneapolis mayor Charles Stenvig made his first political appearance since his announcement that he would seek gop endorsement for Secretary of state. He made several references to the a Wendy Anderson Del Stenvig said he Felt that water age would have Little effect on 1974 elections because a people Are going to vote for candidates that Are going to represent meanwhile republicans lost one potential candidate for governor Friday. Sen. J. Robert Stassen South St. Paul said he would not enter the race and probably would not run for any other statewide office. He also has been listed As a possible contender for Secretary of state. Despite talk of an open primary delegates to the 6th District convention were expected to tackle the Job of endorsing a congressional candidate to succeed retiring rep. John m. Zwach. Zwach 57, is stepping Down after four terms. Deflers Are expected to endorse former state rep. Richard j. Nolan Waite Park to make a second run for the seat. Nolan lost to Zwach by about 4,000 votes in 1972. The main Battle for the gop endorsement appeared to be among Jon Grimseth 26, cold Spring John l. Wayland 31, St. Cloud and Russell Bjorhus 43. Litchfield. Washington a watergate prosecutors Are pondering whether to Grant favourable treatment to indicted Texas lawyer Jake Jacobsen in return for testimony against former Treasury Secretary John b. Connally according to in informed source. Jacobsen is prepared to switch his testimony and swear that Connally took $10,000 for helping a giant Dairy Farmer cooperative provided the government will reduce felony charges against Jacobsen to misdemeanours the source said. Connally questioned saturday by reporters in Bangor Maine when he arrived for a Republican fund raising Effort flatly denied reports that he took $10,-000 to help the cooperative. Connally said Jacobsen informed him in 1971 that he had $10,000 available to contribute to any Campaign or committee of Connally a choosing. Connally said he turned Down that offer. A i would describe it As a typical Campaign offer from a Friend which i did not accept. I said no Connally said. Jacobsen s lawyer Charlet Mcnelis would neither confirm nor deny the report that his client is offering to testify against Connally. Previously Mcnelis denied that Jacobsen had recanted his testimony that Connally refused to take the Money. Jacobsen contacted at his Home in Austin tex., said he would a make absolutely no comment. That is what my lawyer instructed me to Jacobsen has been indicted for perjury and accused of lying when he said the $10,000 Lay in a Safe Deposit Box for years because Connelly refused to take it. Sources have reported that serial numbers on the Bills show they could not have been in circulation at the time Jacobsen swears he put them in the Box. Now a source reports that Jacobsen is offering to say that Connally took 15,000 in May 1971 after helping dairymen get an increase in Federal milk Price supports and another 15,-000 in March 1972 after telephoning atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell about an antitrust suit against Jacobsen a client. Associated milk producers inc. The source said Conn gave $10,000 Back to Jacobsen after the matter came under Federal investigation and later replaced that Cash with older Bills All printed before Connally had taken office As Treasury Secretary. Jacobsen stashed the Money in a Bank Safe Deposit Box the source said. Jacobsen swore to a watergate grand jury that it had been there All along. Connally said the same thing. I ast nov. 27 Jacobsen opened the Safe Deposit Box in an Austin Bank in the presence of an Fri agent who noted the serial numbers on the Bills. Two sources have said that a Check with Federal Bank records revealed that the Bills had not been in circulation at the time Jacobsen said he put them into the Box despite Connally a alleged attempts to get circulated Bills. Jacobsen also is charged with conspiracy perjury and misapplication of funds in a Texas savings and loan scandal. No mention of Cuba Kissinger asks Unity in americas Atlanta a. Apr Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger saturday called for increased inter american cooperation and Unity but he made no mention of the most divisive hemispheric issues Cuba. In a speech prepared for the organization of american states the Secretary said that a we in the United states have come to realize that a revolution has taken place in latin Kissinger was referring to peaceful transformation of the economic and social fabric of the hemisphere. This recognition that the rest of America is industrialized and modern coupled with enormous changes in the United states Means that a we Convene As equals a he said. Claiming a special relationship based on historic Devotion a to National Independence so lord orders Reserve to Tell ant pollution capability Minneapolis Minn. Apr . District judge Miles lord saturday ordered the president of a steel company to say if the firm has the capability to meet ant pollution standards for a Taconite Plant at Silver Bay Minn. With Aramco president William Verity on the stand lord told the prosecution attorney to sit Down because he id some questions to ask Verity. A i m going to give you and your associates one hour to determine whether or not it is possible for Reserve to meet the air pollution control regulations which should Cost about $19 million Complete on land disposal and Tell me if you can meet requirements of the state department of natural resources As to a method and place for on land disposal a the judge told Verity. Earlier lord told the Aramco executive a the court is faced with a stranded population held by Reserve with a whole economic Section ready to March on the Capitol because Aramco and Republican steel have seen fit to hold out for the last Dollar of lord then recessed until i p. In. He was expected to Rule later saturday. Aramco and Republican steel corp. Are joint owners of Reserve mining co., which operates the Taconite Plant and discharges waste Rock into Lake Superior. Dal Progress and human dignity a Kissinger said the hemisphere has a special duty to the rest of the world. The speech was cast in general terms with few specific proposals for inter american problems. However Kissinger did offer some thoughts reflecting his general theme that a effective collaboration requires continuing and close he pledged close consultation Between the United states and the rest of the Oas on global monetary and Trade talks and in such International conferences As Are called to Deal with food shortages and population control As Well As meetings to change the Law of the sea. Kissinger said the United states is ready to collaborate with the Oas members to increase the sharing of information on Energy conservation and to create a Pool of available Energy supplies. In an Effort to prevent a serious world food shortage Kissinger said the United states would raise its agricultural Aid programs in the hemisphere from $86 million to $128 million. He added that . Production restrictions Are being lifted. Kissinger added that the Nixon administration will urge Congress to maintain current Aid Levels in the hemisphere and he promised an Effort to improve the flow and use of science and technology in an Effort to increase development efforts in the hemisphere. Vandals hit downtown window breaking vandals were at it again in downtown Albert Lei Early saturday. Two windows and screens valued at $90 were broken at the town House apartments 206 w. College St., about 1 30 . Saturday. A car parked in the lot behind the name of the game 324 s. Broadway ave., was found with its Windshield smashed. Deborah l. Peterson 410 Pillsbury ave., told investigating Albert Lea police officers she discovered Tho damage at 1 30 ., when she left work. A piece of lumber was apparently used to do Tho damage estimated at $130. Minot evacuation efforts halted Minot . A evacuation efforts were halted at Minot saturday after City officials said flood dangers had lessened. Mayor Chester Reiten put a 24-hour hold on evacuation of portions of the City. Residents had already removed their belongings from Homes in Low lying areas threatened by rising Souris River Waters. Reiten halted the evacuation at mid level Heights pm the flood Plain. James Ruyak . Army corps of engineers also said the major flood threat had passed. Intensive 3-hour search finds Little girl napping after an intensive three hour search Friday by Over 25 persons a three year old Albert Lea girl was found about one Block from Home where she had gone to visit a Friend. Kimberly Jensen three year old daughter of or. And mrs. Rick Jensen 319 High St., wandered Way from Home about 10 15 . Friday. Albert Lea police were notified about a half hour later after the Jensens were unable to find the girl on their own. About 25 police officers firemen salvation personnel and other volunteers began a search of the neigh boyhood. Kimberly was found by mrs. Robert head 808 Clausen ave., about 1 45 . Mrs. Head went to the door of the Duane Judd residence 407 High St., and shouted to find out if anyone was Home. A voice answered from inside a i mrs. Head entered and found Kimberly in a bedroom just waking up from a Nap. Apparently the girl had gone to the Judd Home to see a Friend. Finding no Orie Home she went inside and stayed there while the others were searching for her. A i think we can hold it in the Banks if nothing else happens a Ruyak said. He was directing efforts at cutting two channels to relieve water Levels through the major portion of the town. Officials expressed Confidence after the National weather service said a possible Crest 60 Miles upriver had been about a foot lower than expected. Officials said the lower upriver Levels and Channel efforts could reduce the water Levels from six feet above flood stage to about four feet Over. Vernon Hendrickson chief meter list for the Fargo weather service said the biggest danger was passed but High flows could be expected for at least three More weeks. Evacuation halted a evacuation efforts were halted saturday after Minot , residents had spent most of Friday moving out. Here Jenny Viker 15, rests after spending Friday helping her family evacuate their Home. The mayor put a 24-hour hold on evacuation efforts. Up telephoto i1 International want and week april 21 april 26 phone 373-1411 to place your and. Order the economical 6 of 12 Day rate cancel before if results Ere obtained end pay Only for the Deys your and actually appeared in the paper

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