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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Albert Lea, Minnesota The sunday Tribune vol. Lxvi a no. 207 Albert Lea. Minnesota. Sunday. September 2. 1973 single copy is cents 22 pages iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.,,Iii,,i,,,iniiiiliilliilll9liimililll,.i,,,,,,.lilili,9iimi,, Nixon and Agnew Confer news highlights cholera deaths Naples. Italy apr nine cholera deaths have been reported in the Naples area and 10 cases of the disease have been confirmed in Bari an Adriatic port City of 300.000. In addition the world health organization said in Geneva that 19 cases of cholera turned up this week in Sweden Britain France and West Germany. Allende toughens Santiago Chile apr the government of marxist president Salvador Allende seems to have hardened its position on the strike by 100.000 truckers. The government said Friday night that it had called off negotiations with the truckers Union on the 37-Day strike. Officials said the truckers ignored an ultimatum to return to work last wednesday. Steel Price jump Washington apr sen. William Proxmire d-wis., has urged the Cost of living Council to disapprove Price hikes sought by a number of major manufacturers. Proxmire told the Council that millions of americans have made similar sacrifices because of inflation. But a spokesman for . Steel co. Told the Council that any More sacrifices by the Industry could seriously jeopardize meeting the nations growing steel needs. inside the Tribune a Nunulu daily record. 17 family Page. 6 editorial Page 4 deaths17 Bridge. 18 sports. 12 up a a ready for a destination the signs Are up and the interchanges Are ready on interstate Highway 35 South of Albert Lea. The Blank sign pictured will instruct motorists bound for South Albert Lea or Glenville via Highway 65 to exit on the ramps in the background. The interchanges Are scheduled to open in the near future. Story and pictures on Page 11. On Kickback investigation cambodian Battle phenom penh. Cambodia apr communist led insurgents mauled a company of 100 government troops guarding Prek thenot dam a partially completed United nations project 57 Miles Southwest of phenom penh. Field reports today said 22 of the soldiers were killed and 46 injured. Danish hotel Burns Copenhagen Denmark apr at least 19 persons some of them believed to be foreign tourists were killed in a fire Early saturday that gutted the top three stories of the Plush hotel Haynia police said. A bout 25 other persons were treated for Burns Shock and other injuries and several hotel staff members were reported missing. At least a dozen of the downtown hotels 85 guests were known to be americans. Program stymied Washington apr a new research report shows that the percentage of Blacks and women on . College faculties has gone up less than one per cent Over the past five years. The american Council of education report said the figures show that programs designed to increase these percentages a seem to be moving at a slow by Gaylord Shaw associated press writer Washington apr after a late night flight Back from an abbreviated California visit president Nixon met saturday with vice president Spiro t. Agnew for about two hours to discuss a criminal investigation involving the vice president. A White House spokesman said the meeting which began at 10 40 . Edt ended about two hours later but further details were not immediately available. The spokesman. Deputy press Secretary Gerald l. Warren had said there would be a briefing but it was not Clear How extensive it might be. In Advance of the White House session presidential aides said Nixon had not and would not ask for the vice presidents resignation. Deputy press Secretary Gerald l. Warren said Agnew requested the meeting. Warren gave no specific reason but raid the state of the i Vestiga t on Quot very probably will come up a an Agnew spokesman said he believed the vice president asked the meeting to bring Nixon Quot up to indications Are that att. Gen. Elliot Richardson must ton decide whether results of the Agnew investigation being conducted by the u. S. Attorney in Baltimore will be presented to a grand jury. Nixon and Agnew last met face to face on aug. 6, the Day before the vice president called jury finds veterans innocent of charges by . Macfeely associated press writer Gainesville Fla. A eight Antiwar activists have been cleared of charges involving an alleged plot to use guns and explosives to incite rioting during the 1972 Republican National convention. Seven women and five men on a Federal jury returned a unanimous verdict of innocent on Friday three hours and 51 minutes after getting the Case. A they had nothing on them boys a said juror Gerald e. Bennett 33, a lineman for the Gainesville regional utilities department. It was easy to reach a verdict even after four weeks at testimony Quot because erf a tack of evidence added juror Carol b. Alfred 25. A Secretary at the University of Florida. Jubilant As they were at the acquittal the defendants voiced bitterness at their arrest on the eve of the political conventions at Miami Beach last year. Quot in a glad it s All Over but it has wasted a year of my life a said John k. Briggs. The government had said his part in the alleged plot was ordering 60 wrist rocket slingshots through school Bill rider May Hault busing by John Beckler associated press writer Washington apr renewed congressional efforts to halt busing for the purpose of school desegregation were announced sat. By four House members. They said they would try to attach a Strong anti using provision to a school Bill pending in the House education and labor committee. It would be the same As one approved by the House last year. That provision was altered in a Compromise with the Senate and in its final form was less effective than its sponsors had hoped All four of those sponsoring it this year Are from Michigan. Reps. James g. O Hara and William d. Ford democrats and republicans Marvin l. Esch and Richard j. Huber. Detroit and its suburbs Are a focal Point of the busing controversy. The amendment they plan to offer would prohibit merging of school districts or busing across District lines require assignment of Grade school pupils to the nearest or next nearest school in their District and prohibit any busing within a District until a other methods of desegregation have been tried. The provision was originally recommended by the administration last year but was tightened up considerably in the House with rep. Albert h. Quie r-minn., leading the fight. This year the administration has made no recommendation and Quie has declined to support the measure. He has joined forces with a bipartisan biracial group of Congress members in an Effort to find some other solution to the busing problem. The Bill to which the amendment will be offered provides for the continuation of the elementary and secondary education act the major Federal school Aid program. The committee is scheduled to Start work on it shortly after Congress returns from its August recess next week. Although other anti using measures have been introduced. Including proposed constitutional amendments that would ban busing the Issue has been dormant on Capitol Hill so far this year. Members were looking to the supreme court for a definitive ruling on How far school desegregation can be pushed in the North but in a decision affecting Denver colo., the court left the matter unresolved. In announcing their plan to offer an anti using amendment the four Michigan congressmen said its Basic is to restore Quot the supremacy of the neighbourhood Quot it can reduce the tensions that the courts have created Over the busing Issue and it can put our schools Back into their proper perspective which is to prepare our children for life a they said. Brasilia a project Hope directors were unaware that Susan Agnew daughter of the . Vice president received any death threats while she was in Brazil says an . Hope official. Miss Agnew. Who was working As an audio visual specialist aboard the Hospital ship returned suddenly to the United states Early this week. A statement released wednesday by the vice presidents office in Washington later said the return was due to threats against her life Quot which had increased in recent . Officials Here and brazilian Federal police expressed Surprise at the report. Or. Harry Owen of Palmer of Alaska said in a Telephone interview from the northeastern port of Maceio that the Hope contacted Washington after hearing the report from the vice presidents office Over a . Armed forces radio station. Owen is Deputy adminis his Wang Dang Doodle boutique in Gainesville. Quot we won yes Quot said Peter j. Mahoney 23, of new York City. Quot but if there had been Justice it never would have the defendants claimed All a Long that the prosecution was a political plot by the government to tone Down demonstrations expected when president Nixon was renominated. They also said the prose Minn was pressed to punish them As leaders of the Vietnam veterans against the War for their vehement protests of the War. Defendants Scott Camit 26, of Gainesville and Alton c. Foss. 25, of Hialeah Fla., Are drawing disability pensions for War wounds. Camil and Foss said they will remain members of the Vaw but Wim yield their leadership roles to others. Donald p. Perdue 23, of hoi Bywood Fla., whose Short hair and neat attire contrasted with that of his fatigue dressed Long locked fellow defendants announced hit resignation from the Antiwar group. He would say Only that he disagreed with the politics of present leaders. John Kniffin at 33 the oldest of the eight said his Only immediate plan was to go Home to Austin Tex the other conspiracy defendant was Withiam j. Patterson 24. Also of Austin. He acted As his own attorney often drawing the ire of . District court judge Winston e. A mow because of frequent objections and comments. The eighth defendant Stanley k. Michelson jr., 23, of Gainesville was accused of knowing of a conspiracy and not reporting it. A news conference to denounce As Quot damned lies allegations he took kickbacks while in his present office or whee he was Maryland governor. The two talked by Telephone on aug. 22, soon after Nixon told a California news conference that he has Confidence in agnews integrity. At that news conference Nix on also assailed news teams on the Agnew probe and said he had told Richardson to make a full investigation. Warren said he did not know when Agnew made the request for saturday s meeting. But so id the session was not the reason Why Nixon changed his earlier plans to remain at his san Clemente. Calif., estate until after labor Day. Nixon returned to the capital in he could spend the labor Day weekend with his family at the Camp David Retreat in Maryland s mountains. Warren said. Before leaving California where he had stayed for 12 Days Nixon sent Congress a message asking for a 60-Day delay in implementation of nearly 12 billion in pay raises for 3.5 million Federal civilian and military employees. The pay increases due to go into effect oct. 1, could Quot needlessly fan the flames of inflation a Nixon said Jack in the Box a newly appointed clerk of court William Aanerud shows pleasure Friday in receiving this gift in Token of the City a appreciation of his 26 years As City official. A Coffee party was held in his Honor at the City Center City clerk Bih Aanerud leaves after 28 by Joe Vansickle Tribune staff writer Ever smiling gracious William Aanerud was the focal Point of numerous thanks Well wishes and congratulations from City officials and friends at a Coffee party Friday in the City Center toe More Man 25 years of devoted service As a City official. Aanerud 52, was named new clerk of court for Freeborn county and District court aug. 10 by District court judge Daniel f. Foley. He will succeed Evan a Wulff beginning sept. 1, As Deputy clerk of court. Aanerud will officially take Over clerk of court duties Jan. 1, 1974 this is also when the clerk of court must officially assume both county and District clerk of court positions. Wulff has held the dual posts voluntarily. The Job one of handling All vital statistics for the county and As judge Foley termed it Quot administrator Over employees of two courts and three judges Quot is one Aanerud is looking Forward to do duties As clerk of court will be Quot similar to those in be had As City clerk Quot said Aanerud formerly City clerk City treasurer and Secretary <�4 the Coly count to. He indicated however that the clerk of court position would be Quot going into More administration at the county Quot in be been doing a lot of detailed work Quot i feel it is a Challenge for me and a change is Good also a Aanerud said. Aanerud also pointed out that besides posing a Challenge and change for him the new Job is Quot also four blocks less to Many friends and associates came to wish Aanerud Well and make it known that he was just moving Down the Road and should expect Many visits from friends and past fellow mini sub Crew rescued 90 minutes of air left officials unaware of death threats Trator and chief of staff of the ship. Quot or. William Walsh thought there were several Points which were being misinterpreted a Owen said. Walsh is the founder and president of project Hope and currently is in Washington. Quot he said his information on anything about a Security situation came from the vice presidents office. He said he had never received any personal threats himself and that As Best he knew Susan had never received any threats while she was on the ship a Owen said. Owen said the ship confirmed this information. Two roommates of miss Agnew who accompanied her on a weekend trip North of Maceio to Natal also were unaware of any threats Owen said. Quot their Story is no different from mine. She had made a personal decision to leave after receiving a Call from the United states Quot he said. Cork Ireland a two britons trapped since wednesday in a midget submarine 1,-375 feet below the Atlantic and Down to their final air supplies were hauled to the surface saturday and transferred safely to their Mother ship. Quot both men look As if they Are enough to play football and they Send their love to their wives Quot the Mother ship Vickers voyager radioed. A Vickers spokesman said both men climbed out of the min sub under their own Power. He said they would go by helicopter to Cork and then Fly to Barrow England for a reunion with their families. The message capped three Days of alternating despair Ami optimism in a race against the Dock to save the men Roger Mallinson who observed his 35th birthday in the sub Friday and Roger Chapman 28. Air supplies in the submarine were due to run out 90 minutes before the two were lifted to the surface. Emergency oxygen supplies from face masks made the difference Between life and death. The sub Sank during the laying of a transatlantic Cable. She had been hauled to the surface wednesday after nine hours below and a hawser Tore off one of her hatches flooding a compartment. The hawser broke at 170 feet and she Sank to the Bottom. The vessel stuck in the slime of the Ocean sea bed and the shipowners Vickers oceanic announced Only 72 hours of air remained. A frantic search followed with other min subs brought in from England and from Vancouver Canada. A . Navy unmanned underwater Rescue capsule operated by cables from the surface also helped. At one Point Mallinson and Chapman used crucial air singing songs to allow a sonar device to Home in on their voices end pinpoint their location. Then it took Rescue ships More than a Day to attach lift cables and haul the sub to the surface. Stormy seas poor visibility on the Ocean s floor and the 70 degree Angle of the crippled sub hampered efforts to secure a lifeline. But Vickers oceanic said today a heavy line with an umbrella shaped grappling Hook at the end had been attached to the crippled crafts Hatch by another min sub a thinner served As a second life line and the unmanned . Underwater Craft on loan from the . Navy at san Diego calif., managed to attach a third line to the stricken sub. The lines ran to the John Cabot a surface ship that winched the Proton sub to within 60 feet of the surface. At that Point More lines were attached from the Vickers voyager which hauled the min sub Pisces Iii aboard. Years employees. One Well Wisher City manager John Elwell gave Aanerud a Jack in the Box gift and card with Money As Tok n of the City s appreciation. Quot the very very Best of Luck to you. And an extra special thanks to you i know you la do very we Over Thaie a Elwell said. Earlier Elwell had pointed out that Quot we re going to miss Bill Aanerud a great Deal after serving 26 years in the clerks of it e. His knowledge and ability about our City will be very difficult to replace f wish Bill Well As clerk of court and am absolutely confident that he will do a splendid Job in that City utilities employee Arnold fee Niche Alden added Quot i think you re Well qualified for the in reply to the tribute. Aanerud noted Quot i sure enjoyed working with All you people m the Eirv. You re a Good group to work with he added that Quot it has been kid of interesting Here in the Paa few years in be seen a Jot of changes and annexations and All new City Aanerud a graduate of Emmons High school was selected for the clerk of court position from 31 applicants. Judge Foley indicated Quot we had Many find persons apply for this a resident of 407 e. 7th st., with his wife Helen of 2b years Aanerud showed definite regret at leaving the City staff but noted Quot they have a Good group to work with in the county the Prospect of handling such vital records were cause for Many Exchange of with from coining Over to apply for a Driver s License to City planner Mike Miller telling mrs. Aanerud that Quot now you la have a Friend in City manager John Elwell said that he had not really be fun the selection process As yet for a new City clerk. He said he is Quot evaluating the administrative Structure at the present time Quot and will begin re renting in about a week. Atlantic Ocean sub location a the Pisces Iii mini sub marooned since aug. 29, on the Ocean floor was rescued saturday. A More sophisticated two Man mini sub was guided 1,375 feet through the murky Depths to the two Man Craft by its Crew singing into the radio. Up telephoto think Small use a classified and for big results. Call 373-141 i today. Want to buy a Molt of Rcd Ier in Good condition and reasonable Coll xxx xxx. Bought a Freezer right away and cancelled tha and from tha paper. If you want to buy or Sall Placa your and today get fast result by tomorrow 20 words 6 Days $6.00

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