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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Austin, Minnesota 5 Austin Minn Herald monday july la 1977 state rejects pact contract rejected state workers stay Wisconsin on strike North Dakota ripped by severe weather by Timothy Harper associated press writer Madison wis. A a modified contract offer by the Wisconsin state employees Union was rejected by state negotiators late sunday meaning a continuation of an illegal walkout at prisons mental health centers and other state institutions. Union spokesman Charles Brownjr. Said the state turned Down his bargaining teams offer to reduce its fiscal demand 17 per cent and did not extend a counter of sir. The Oifer was made As bar gainers resumed contract talks on the eve of further court efforts by the state to get its striking workers Back on the Job at institutions for the handicapped. The state had offered a wage increase of 7 cents an hour this year and 7l per cent next. The Union having asked 9 per cent and 91/, came Down to 84 per cent and 9 per cent sunday. As state bar gainers prepared to weigh the financial Impact of the offer their chief negotiator James Phillips remarked a i am not at All optimistic about any acceptance on our Thomas King director of the 23,000-member Union said the offer showed a a How reasonable we Are and assured members that strike benefits would be available were the walkout to continue. Acting gov. Martin j Schreiber met informally with King during a tour of the Central Colony Center for the developmentally disabled declining Kings request to take part in the talks. Talks had broken off again thursday after an All night bargaining session. The Union representing about half the state governments workers broke off talks and announced its walkout Early july 3 despite a state Law prohibiting strikes by Public employees. Strikers at Central Colony Southern Colony near Union Grove and Northern Colony near Chippewa Falls have subsequently ignored strike restraining orders issued by courts at the states request. More court hearings involving state petitions against the strike were on the docket this week. A a we Are prepared to meet around the clock if necessary to reach a reasonable settlement a King told a news con Ference amid cots and pillows in the Musty basement of the unions Headquarters. A a we have All kinds of alternatives a he said. A the situation is serious enough now that we cannot afford not to Schreiber had no comment on the resumption of talks other than to reiterate his wish for a Quick settlement. A a we re glad they re resumed a said Dave Woodbury of the state office of emergency government. A a we re hopeful. That a about All we can say right Schreiber and Donald Percy the governors appointee for Secretary of the department of health and social services toured Central Colony sunday without notifying newsmen. A the governor just Felt he wanted to talk to the volunteers working there and to thank them. He wanted a first hand look at the services a Schreiber spokesman Evan Zeppos said Oil pipeline can function after blast but slowdown is expected by Robert Weller associated press writer Anchorage Alaska apr Oil can be pumped Over alaskans 2,711-foot Thompson pass bypassing a blasted out pumping station but the bypass plan wont allow the trans Alaska pipeline to keep up with its full production schedule. Officials of the Alyeska pipeline service co. Were expected to decide today when they could resume Oil movement around the station an Industry source said. The decision hinges on reports from company engineers and Federal agencies investigating fridays blast which caused no damage to the $7.7 billion pipeline. One worker died and five others were injured when a High pressure Stream of crude Oil spurted out of an open valve and ignited on Contact with one of the Jet turbines that Power the pumps. The valve apparently was left open when workers were switching from one pump to another to clean an Oil filter. Oil flow was halted 30 Miles South of pump station no. 8 a at about mile 518 on the 800-mile line a immediately after the explosion. The decision to bypass the station would come after the installation of an unspecified piece of equipment flown in sunday from Houston the source said. Under the Alyeska plan the company would be Able to pump Oil across Thompson pass without pump station no. 8, the source said. The pass is the highest remaining Point Oil must Cross before reaching the port of Valdez. If the bypass strategy works pipeline flow could be boosted to a considerably above 600,000 barrels a Day by using some of the other la pump stations on the line said Edward Patton Alyeska a chief executive officer. But he suggested that the goal of 1.2 million barrels a Day by the end of 1977 May have to be scrapped. National transportation safety Board investigators were interviewing pipeline workers in an Effort to pinpoint the cause of the explosion. William Haley a member of the Nosb said the inquiry could result in recommendations for changes in operating procedures along the pipeline. Haley said that the Nosb probe would not prevent Alyeska from pressing ahead with efforts to Start up the Oil flow within Days. By the associated press the National weather service had Flash flood and Tornado warnings and watches posted for Central and Eastern North Dakota sunday evening As pow parakeet species is danger sign Brooklyn Park Minn. Apr a member of the Monk parakeet species which officials fear could multiply and destroy fruit Orchards has been found in the Yard of a Minneapolis suburb. The Bird was discovered Friday building a nest in an Elm tree in in the Yard of Patricia Boerboon in Brooklyn Park. It was the second sighting of Monk parakeets in Minnesota. Or. . Breckenridge former director the University of Minnesota a museum of natural history says Federal Law banned the species because of its potential to multiply and devour fruit Orchards. He said a Small flock recently appeared near two harbours on Lake Superior. Erful storms rolled across the Plains. A Tornado watch was posted As the service reported an area of a very heavy thunderstorms in a 125-mile diameter Circle entered at Bismarck. Another watch was issued later for Eastern North Dakota As the storms pushed on toward Minnesota. A Flash flood watch was posted for Oliver Burleigh and Kidder counties As the service reported streams and creeks running at capacity. Shortly Atter to . The service issued a Flash flood warning for Eastern Burleigh and Western Kidder counties where storms dumped More than three inches of rain in a Short time. An observer at Judson reported 2.25 inches of rain in 30 minutes and More than 4 inches of rain was recorded Between Driscoll and Arena the service said. Painted Woods Creek Square Butte Creek and Apple Creek were expected to flood Low lying areas. Additionally the storms brought Power outages to parts of a wide area extending from Garrison through Center and on to fort Yates the service said. As the storms moved eastward there were reports of 50 mile an hour winds and heavy of rain in 15 minutes at grand Forks where Hail up to one Inch in diameter and wind to 30 Miles per hour were also reported and fires started by lightning near Wahpeton. The service said it was not known if the fires were in structures. A Deputy sheriff at Center reported a Tornado on the ground. Bismarck police reported a funnel Cloud Northeast of the City and the Public reported another funnel Cloud near Mooreton in Richland county the weather service said. A Tornado destroyed a barn on the Pete Engen farm near Anamoose but there were no other immediate reports of damage or injuries from the storms. The services reports indicated the North Dakota storms were on the Northern Edge of a system which also swept through South Dakota. Forecasters said scattered showers and thunderstorms were expected to continue rolling across the state tonight and considerable cloudiness was forecast through tuesday. Highs were expected in the 70s and 80s, and lows were anticipated in the 50s. The extended forecast for the state called for scattered showers and thunderstorms statewide wednesday and in the Eastern part of the state thursday. Highs in the 80s and lows in the 50s were predicted. 07 High to Quality corporate Bonds a. Government or guaranteed /0 $5,000 minimum German Chancellor visit relaxing next Stop is Ottawa Duluth Minn. A after a Day of relaxing at a Lake and meeting scores of friends at a private reception West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt was flying today to Ottawa. At Schmidt a request his Duluth Host Philip Hanft drove to Whitefish Lake near Gordon wis., for a sunday rest at Han Ftp a cottage. They did no to try any fishing but the Chancellor did appreciate a motor boat trip around the three mile Long Lake some 50 Miles from Duluth. Schmidt had gone to the cottage on a previous visit to Hanft who is a second Cousin. Hanft said his guest remarked sunday about How much Woodlands a Here Are in Northern Wisconsin. A the was intrigued by the fact there was so much vacant land areas of Woods without anything a Hanft told a reporter. And Whitefish is not an a Overly populated place he added. West Magin Fique elegant glassware from France a i think he liked the Retreat because they the schmidts have a summer cottage outside of Hamburg Quot said Hanft. The Chancellor made himself scarce to the Public and reporters on this visit which he wanted to be a a very private even so a military Honor guard from the nearby . Air Force base met Schmidt saturday evening after his arrival from Western Canada. The German Leader had breakfast sunday at the Home of Robert Hanft Philips brother. Sunday evening the Hanft a were Host at Philips expansive English Tudor style Home to some 60 relatives and their families. It was added Philip a a Federal % income tax free $5,000 minimum Edward d. Jones g co. Members new York Stock Exchange. Inc for Complete details write or Call Edward d. Jones a co. 404vt n. Main. A a Anotia a. 15012 i 437-7601 i---------------------------1 i i would like further information on . Govern i ment guaranteed Bonds a. Corporate Bonds a Federal income tax free name. 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