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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - May 27, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota Al by it a Tribune sunday May 27, 197f Tribune opinions memorial Day there or towns that Hov in built in valleys with larg Hills towering or Thorn. On warm sunny Days S.C. Heights a mod for contemplation. As the solitary View a fracas the town and its geographic features a feeling of great peace can descend. From this distance monks habitations and his works seem Well ordered. The rectangles of the blocks of houses Are like pigeonholes ready for the storage of life s meanings. The Rivers and the streets seem to fit the contours of the land and if they do not it would appear simple to make this slight rearrangement or that bit of altering to gain Complete symmetry. On these Heights it is hard to reconcile the existed be of wars. It is Only when you or Bock in the narrower confines of the City s streets marching with the masses of humanity that wars become a reality again. At times history seems Little but a recital of wars past. There or philosophers who argue in fact that War is As a Normal As proc. Memorial Day of course is a Day set aside to Bow a moment Over the War dead of the past. It has grown to encompass All those who mad the supreme sacrifice. They a remembered. And again we renew our Promise that they will not have died in vain. Yet we look about us and see much of the world in turmoil despite All the efforts of the past decades to Seploc International strife with a just world order. Despite continuing challenges and occasional set backs world leadership remains on our hands but leadership has its Price and we can be sure that having surmounted present challenges yet others await us Over the horizon. On that Hilltop conflict seemed Remote. Down Here we know it is All too real and immediate. The Challenge is continuing and our response must be strength a of spirit and moral fiber As Well As in arms. In this fashion must we keep Faith with ourselves and those americans we Honor. Soviet night fever just a Little bit late the soviet press has finally gotten around to reviewing the hit american movie of a few years Bock Quot saturday night it s worse than a bomb so far As the weekly soviet Skaya Kultur is concerned. In a Quot psychosis Quot of Quot truly catastrophic proportions Quot that the publication dubs travel taxation Quot the movie and its Star Are charged with undermining the tastes and habits of youth. By Means of a constant bombardment of disco Quot the stereotype of the new behaviour is forcibly dinner into their Berry s world today s meditation Quot and be Shell he holy unto me for i the lord pm holy end have severed you from other people that be should be Leviticus 20 24 once we recognize the ownership of god we wont have any problem with establishing the property lines and the priorities of life. Quot be Are not your Quot come out from among them and be be separate Saith the lord and be shall be my people and i will be your do you remember the sunday Tribune Albert Lea Minn. In 4 published doily through Friday and sunday second class postage paid at abort Lea Minnesota Send change of address notice to lax 60, Albert Lea Minnesota 56007 the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of Alt local news in this newspaper As Well As Oil a news dispatches member newspaper Enterprise association and audit Bureau of circulation Earl k. Nilson general manager James Dennis manager Bruce manager Loren room Foreman Terry room Foreman subscription rates by Carrier service . Box in Albert Lea City Lone one week is. To including a Holiday week. By Carrier service outside City zone in Freeborn county and adjoining areas one week is. To including a Holiday week. By Moil within Freeborn and adjoining counties one year s38. By Moil Minnesota and Iowa outside trading zone one year Sao. By mail an other zones so. Mail subscriptions not accepted from nearby communities where Tribune Carrier service is maintained. Mail subscriptions paid strictly in Advance. Year Carrier win be Happy to collect regularly on any Day you wish wed a it of through saturday. Notice of your Tribune has not been delivered by 5 30 . Doily and 9 00 . Sunday please Call your Carrier of you Are unable to reach your Carrier you May Call 373-1411 cd ask for Tribune service. Service until a . Ond to q business office hours 8 00 . To 5 00 . Monday through Friday. Saturday 8 00 to 12 00 noon. Iffy of urfi my is this the end of the gasoline line a Quot let s get married a after All you have even and i have Odd numbered Chenee plates a Jim Oliver a we spend too much on net Worth and not enough on our self Worth a that was rep. Henry Kalis Del Walter who was speaking last week at the annual banquet of the Albert Lea future banners of America Fra chapter the speech was directed to Young people who Are considering careers in agriculture and in the process of Cit Cou raging those Young people to go into farming despite the High Cost of S.C. a venture he offered some criticism to himself and to others in the farming Industry Secretary of Commerce pays High Price for privilege of government service the by himself v by Ann Blackman associated press writer Washington a Juan Ita Kreps the quintessential Ca reer woman is Happy in her work but she says she pays a High Price to serve As the nation s Secretary of Commerce a i done to see much of my she says. Quot i Don t feel i m giving my children Young adults the Day to Day thoughtful attention they Merit i feel that living alone has got to be uncivilized a not having anyone to say Good morning or goodnight to a i hate it i solve it by working All the mrs Kreps 58. Who had a career As an economics professor Dean and vice president of Duke University moved to Washington two years ago from Durham. N c., to join the Carter administration her husband Clifton h. Kreps jr., a professor of banking at the University of North Carolina stayed Home. Like Many american women who Are trying to Combine a career with marriage and motherhood mrs Kreps finds that she s not always comfortable with her role Quot its bothersome Quot she says a tradition is the other Way in our culture people Are still sur prised when roles Are reversed i m enough of a traditionalist to have that give me some traditional perhaps but unimpressed by the prestige of official Washington. Quot its expensive to have this Job Quot she says. To take it she resigned not Only from Duke but from Many directorships including the new York Stock Exchange j Penney and Eastman Kodak. She says she took a 50 percent Cut in income to accept her $86,000-a-year Job in Carters Cabinet that she works 12 to 14 hours a Day and that while the position has its intellectual rewards there Arentt Many others. A it s not the kind of life most people would like Quot she says. A people say its elegant to have All these Perks Ana Public attention. But i value my personal privacy very much and i will gladly give up my Public in the two years she has been in Washington mrs. Kreps has impressed colleagues a and Carter a with her ability to grasp the wide variety and often unrelated issues at Commerce the department which has 38,000 employees and a 84.3 billion budget promotes growth of Industry and Commerce administers the merchant Fleet aids ethnic minorities explores and charts the seas sets measurement standards forecasts the weather promotes tourism and takes the census mrs Kreps in member of Carters economic inner Sanctum last year she and Secretary of labor Ray Marshall. Also an economist with a pad. Were dropped As regular members of the inter Agency economic policy group headed by Treasury Secretary Michael Blumenthal. Mrs. Kreps made Light of the matter. still president Carter does consult her on economics questions. A distinction previous secretaries of Commerce have not always enjoyed. Carter has made mrs. Kreps his chief economic Diplomat sending her on numerous trips abroad to promote Trade agreements earlier this month she went to China at a time when the administration seems to be nearing a decision to extend Trade and other economic benefits to China. She also was asked to discuss a Range of bilateral agreements on shipping science Kentucky candidate too Good to be True and technology and meteorological matters she has exerted Domestic influence As Well. Mrs. Kreps was one of the first to argue for a tax Cut to stimulate the Economy. And when Carter s relations with the business Community were on the ebb she organized discussion sessions Between the president and top business executives Jack Carlson chief economist for the . Chamber of Commerce. Says mrs Kreps is More effective in Selling Carter policies to businessmen than either Stuart Eizenstat Domestic affairs adviser or Hamilton Jordan Carter s chief adviser. Carlson who was an assistant director of the office of management and budget in the Ford administration rates her As above average. Quot past Commerce secretaries have been out grazing in the pasture a he says Quot but Many times now when members of the business Community meet with the president it s because she sets it when mrs. Kreps arrived in Washington she had Little previous experience in dealing with members of Congress. If testifying before them made her nervous it did t show. Sen. Ernest holdings. D-s.c., chairman of the Senate appropriations committee once noted that mrs. Kreps Deputy Anne Wexler had been hired by the White House and asked mrs. Kreps if she planned to replace Wexler with a Man. A i would Quot she replied with a smile a if i could find one qualified Quot nor does she hesitate to Tel Carter what she thinks. Last Spring Carter ended a Cabinet meeting by asking his officers How the sessions could be improved. She told him that the meetings were Dull and uninformative and suggested they might be better if Carter pre pared an organized Agenda not Long after she became Secretary an item appeared in a gossip column that two of in. Kreps top staffers a Man and a woman were found sharing a Sauna in the bathroom adjoining the Secretary a office. Mrs. Kreps reaction a i was concerned people would think i was being extravagant by having a Sauna that they know that Farmer Commerce Secretary Maurice stans had installed it with his own if mrs. Kreps the economist is conscious of Money she a not averse to spending it on what she really wants at Home she and her husband drive Matching Mercedes. She grew up in impoverished Harlan county ky., during die depression and worked her Way through Berea College typing papers and washing dishes. Her parents divorced when she was 4, and she lived with her Mother. A fall that Hasni to made me Thrifty or insecure about Money Quot she says. A i love to spend ten veers age Thalbert Lea National guard staged a mock riot to practice riot control. Twenty veers ago Kathryn m. Junkins 301 Charles St., was hired As the District 241 elementary supervisor. Thirty veers ago the City Council received plans for the most elaborate and permanent Street paving program in the history of the City. The plan called for All streets in the City to be paved with a seven Inch thickness of Concrete. Forty years ago the first Steps toward the organization of a National guard unit for Albert Lea were taken during a meeting led by mayor Hayek. By Martha Angle and Robert Wai ters newspaper Enterprise Assn. Louisville. By. Nea the partisan crowd filling the hotel ballroom rises with a Roar of approval As they enter a the a too Good to be True Quot husband and wife team that seemingly personifies the american dream. He is John y. Brown jr., the ruggedly handsome 45-year-old entrepreneur who became the a boy wonder Quot of the business world in the 1960s when he parlayed a $500,000 investment in a fast food Enterprise into a $35 million personal Fortune. She is Phyllis George the 29-year-old former High school cheerleader from Denton Texas who combined dazzling Beauty and an effervescent personality to win the miss America Crown then achieved celebrity status As a network television Star. They were married on St. Patrick s Day spent two weeks honeymooning in the Caribbean then flew Back to Browne a Home state of Kentucky. On March 28, he announced his candidacy for the democratic gubernatorial nomination a and that a when the controversy began. As tuesday s primary election approaches Brown himself is becoming the dominant Issue in the Campaign the nine candidate race probably will culminate in a plebiscite on Brown s wealth his lavish Campaign spending his a Jet setter Quot image and his a High roller Quot lifestyle Brown s aides offer Only inconclusive replies to questions about the size of their Campaign budget most of it derived from the Fortune the candidate amassed in a Trio of fast food ventures a Kentucky Fried Chicken and to a lesser extent lumps and Ollie a trolley when pressed they acknowledge plans to spend a More than of million a but knowledgeable observers Here believe the final figure will be twice that amount a or More contenders for governor and senator in several other states have lavished considerably More on races in recent years but Brown probably will a spend More Money in less time than any other candidate for statewide office in the history of american politics. In the two months Between the Day he entered the race and the Day of the primary elections. Brown will have mounted a Campaign that can Only be described As the Best that Money can buy. Broadcast time for his ubiquitous television commercials has been purchased not Only on stations All across the Bluegrass state but also in neighbouring Ohio Illinois West Virginia Tennessee and Indiana. Washington political consultant Matt Reese who specializes in establishing effective but expensive Quot instant grass roots political organizations has been imported to enlist 15,000 kentuckians As Browne a precinct and Block leaders for a massive get out the vote drive on election Day. Helicopters ferry Brown and miss George to Campaign appearances throughout the state in a dazzle dazzle political operation that a Long on Pizazz but Short on substance leaning heavily on a Campaign slogan. A John y. Brownjr. Means the candidate generally has confined himself to vague promises about using his business savvy to streamline state government and improve Kentucky a sagging Economy through Industrial development. But his obvious Lack of interest in dealing with a Host of other Tough Complex issues led the Louisville courier Roumal the states biggest newspaper to dismiss Brown As a the campaigns in an Era when 60-second television commercials have become the dominant form of communication Between office seekers and voters the contest merits National attention because of Browne a emergence As the quintessential a Media the question facing the voters Here a and to a lesser extent in other states a is whether personal Charm a vivacious wife a a Media Blitz Quot virtually unlimited financing and driving ambition can be effectively substituted for a candidates substantive position on most issues. Libraries full of information by Paula Huey assistant librarian Albert Lea Public Library the future will always sur Erise us but we need not be dumbfounded. This was the message conveyed to a group of librarians by Joel Barker a consultant for Northern states Power at the recent Minnesota Library association convention in Moorhead. It was a Good message to hear since most people tend to be pessimistic when thinking of the future. But instead of fearing or dreading the future and the change it will bring try to learn All you can about it and you May still be surprised but probably not dumbfounded. Sometime after 1990 but before 2005. So it s not too soon to Start learning about it. Life in the future will definitely contain More computers. But if you Haven t mastered cobol or Fortran done to despair it wont be Long before computers can be programmed using Normal English speech. Computers Are also getting smaller. A the Home computer books by Len Buckwalter and a a beginners a guide to Home computers Quot both extol the Virtues of a computer in every House. They can do everything from helping you keep track of expenses to beating Vou in a game of chess. So whether you need in formation to help you prepare for the future or just Cope with the present come to the Library for help Impact on society he referred to the Ever increasing cast of farm land which is caused by the Farmers themselves who Are continually striving to expand their acreages rep. Kalis pointed out that when a Large farm absorbs another farm that Means one less farm place one less farm family fewer people to shop in Small communities and fewer children in the smaller schools he told the Young people that a we have to show that we Are interested in society. Then society will give us an rep Kalis related a personal Story about his Early Days of farming. When he was trying to buy some land of his own. He said an aunt decided to sell her farm and gave no the Opportunity to buy it. She could have sold for a higher Price on the open Market but sold it to Kalis because she knew he was dedicated to farming he told the of fears that a if you really want to do something and put your heart into it Quot you can do it. His message to Young people considering careers in agriculture can apply to Young people considering any career. Essentially it Means that in addition to making an Effort to improve ourselves financially we should also be concerned about improving the society in which we live. Too Many of us concern ourselves with our own Quot net Worth Quot while allowing our communities to fend for themselves. Our a self Worth Quot suffers As a result. While i m not one to give politicians credit for giving me anything i must credit rep. Kalis for my new wrench set. A Large number of door prizes were awarded to those attending the Fra banquet and since i was among the late Comers i was absent when the tickets were distributed. So was rep. Kalis. So when the Call went out for anyone who did not have tickets the representative waved his arms and attracted All sorts of attention. As a result. Kalis mrs. Kalis. Kates Mike Hergert and i All were properly equipped with tickets. I won the aforementioned wrench set. Kalis won a grease gun and Hergert won two cartridges of grease. I done to know what Mike intends to do Witt his grease but with wind blown afro hair style he has been wearing lately i have a suggestion. The worst joke of the week the hindu was told by is guru to have his dental work done without pain killer. The idea was for him to transcend dental medication. May is Best month to enjoy wildflowers by Maude Koevenig Fay is the Best month of the Carter giving up on Federal Agency cuts by Brooks Jackson associated press writer Washington a Jimmy Carter has All but Given up on fulfilling Bis Campaign Promise to drastically reduce the number of Federal agencies. During the 1976 Campaign he pledged a massive reorganization saying he would trim 1,900 Federal agencies to a More manageable 200 or fewer. No S.C. thing is going to happen. The government looks outwardly today about the same As it looked when Carter took office in january 1977. There is a new department of Energy which holds the distinction of becoming in its Brief life the most criticized single Cabinet department in government and the Creaky old civil service commission was split up a move almost universally applauded. But none of the la Cabinet departments has even had its name changed and other reorganizations have been minor the Basic Structure of government in t Likely to change very radically by the time Carters term is up the year after next. Carter is still pushing to carve a new department of education out of hew Secretary Joseph Califano a realm mainly because Carter thinks presidents should spend More of their time on education matters. And it is possible though far from certain that Carter will endorse a congressional move to create a new Cabinet level department of Trade to push for expanded . Exports and to police the new International Trade agreement. But even these initiatives would leave the Federal bureaucracy looking mighty familiar. Actually Carters Campaign Promise was pretty naive to Start. His aides in fact could never locate anywhere near the 1,900 a agencies Quot Carter had spoken of. They did count 469 departments agencies and and they found a grand total of 1,846 a organization units in the government. But this was done by counting 1,189 a advisory which of course Are not agencies because they done to administer anything along with a smattering of a quasi official organizations a government corporations and other outfits. That total is now Down a not to anywhere near 200 a but to 1,434 at last count. Even that reduction is somewhat illusory. The number of advisory committees did fall by 32 percent but this was accomplished largely through mergers rather than outright elimination. The number of people on the committees fell Only 19 per cent and their combined spending has actually increased 24 percent to$74 million this year. But however you Cut it Carter in t delivering on that pledge to squeeze the Federal government into 200 neat units. Whoever was on the ladder of Success ahead of us took some rungs with him on the Way up. Libraries Are the obvious Wilace to come when seeking in formation whether to help you learn More about life in a space Colony or something More mundane like How to Plant a Garden. Many people use the Library for their recreational Reading but forget to use it when they need information about something. Whether you need to know the address of your local congressman or the latitude and Longitude of Albert Lea just Call the Library for help. If you Are interested in learning More about what to expect in the future the following Are a few suggestions. The january 1979 Issue of a science digest includes a Section on a How Well live in the 80�?Ts.�?� Nineteen scientists in various Fields of study give their prediction for life in the future. Some of their predictions Are based on fact and others Are Shear prophecy extremely thin fibres made of Glass probably will soon replace Copper wires on television cables and Telephone wires. On the other hand predictions of weather control so Complete that storms and drought can be used As weapons Are based More on fantasy than fact. Colonization of outer Spades another future event popular with the scientists. A the High Frontier human colonies in space by Gerard k. Of Neill and a colonies in space by . Heppenheimer both try to describe what life will be like in outer space of Neill thinks life in space will become a reality via ear for enjoying wild v Fie doors. Many of our most Beautiful Birds have returned from far away places. Air in the Woods is Sweet wit fragrance of what we Call Sweet William Virginia bluebells and wild Plum blossoms. In Home gardens flowering currant and Lily of the Valley add their special spiciness to the wonderful scent of the Plum blossoms. Last monday morning a Ruby throated Hummingbird came to my bluebells Here at Home and fed from almost every Flower. Finally the tiny thing perched on a Twig of the fir tree and preened its shining Green feathers in the Sunshine. I added a mourning Warbler to my Spring list the same Day. He t0 nest a has been brightening the Yard May nest nearby if it finds enough shelter. On our Way Home from the Valley a week ago we noticed a pair of Eastern Kingbird perched on a Roadside Fence. They were Lucky to find a Fence to Perch on because so Many have been taken Down. Kingbird travel far during migration and these May have wintered in Costa Rica Brazil Bolivia or Peru. Years ago we used to see them in our Yard and along the Lakeshore. They subsist on insects caught on the Wing As do others of the Flycatcher family. Kingbird like to be near water and nest on Low shrubs stumps and Fence posts. Now for my Best news. Last october i wrote about finding an unusual Green Caterpillar on the yellow Leaf of an Ash tree. After several cold Days i took Leaf and Caterpillar indoors. Inside a Glass fish bowl it revived enough to crawl off the Twig and fasten itself onto the the Side of the bowl. There it spun a few fragile wite threads of silk and died or so i though because the Chrysalis looked so Small and dry. I moved the bowl to the basement and forgot about it until last monday morning when i happened to be doing a Little a straightening up Quot. There is the bowl unfolding Lovely yellow and Black wings was a newly emerged Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly at least i had identified the larva correctly what a miraculous transformation the Swallowtail had four stages of development egg larva Caterpillar pupa Chrysalis and adult. It was my Little Nephew Zachary who spotted the Caterpillar last fall. Now i must report the Good news to him. I took the bowl outdoors and a Short time later the Swallowtail sailed off in the Sunshine free to begin another Cycle of life

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