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Dubuque Telegraph Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Dubuque, Iowa Weather partly Cloudy. Page 29. Index action line 8 astrology.18 classified 35-43 monday comics .20 Economy markets 31-33 editorial .4 health .22 Home Garden. 30 horizons. 13-17 news of record 7 obituaries 29 sports.23-28 digest no paper tomorrow the Telegraph Herald will not publish tomorrow to enable its employees to spend memorial Day with family and friends. Comics Page fans can find mondays comics in today a edition on Page 20. A a a the City of Dubuque pumps 2.8 billions Gallons of water yearly to quench and cleanse its residents and is getting ready to pipe a lot More. That a no piddling operation.page21. The Marine corps buddy of a Dubuque Soldier killed More than 30 years ago shows up Here with a Cross for his dead friends 6. Lutheran officials Are studying the possibility of moving Wartburg theological Seminary from Dubuque to the West and converting the Campus to a National Center for Lay theology and continuing education for pastors. Page 7. Frances g. Knight 72, controversial head of the . Passport office for 22 years has been told by her superiors that she must retire july 31. Page 5. The Iowa Beer and liquor control Council approves a five per cent Price increase for All distilled liquors effective aug. 19. An omnibus anti crime Bill clears the Illinois Senate hours before its deadline for passing its own 18. Sources confirm that Donald e. Percy will become Secretary of the Wisconsin department of health and social services in acting gov. Martin Schreiber a administration Page 22. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall claims the governments unprecedented threat to take All Federal funds from a Texas Bank is proof of his commitment to get Tough on discrimination. Page 12. President Carter announces that there will be two More meetings on strategic arms Between . Secretary of state Cyrus Vance and soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko before mid september Page 3. Margaret Trudeau abdicates her position As Canadas first lady and officially separates from prime minister Pierre Trudeau after six years of 2. A Ralph Nader investigator accuses the Federal government of leaving a a Trail of broken promises in failing to fulfil a 1969 pledge to build 55,000 Homes for indians living on 29. What kind of Lover Are you writer Katherine lamer and a team of psychologists examine the stages we go through to secure romantic unions in an excerpt from the Book a the dance away and other read it and see if you can find yourself and your mate in one of the to types of lovers they list today in horizons. Implanted Telescope brings world into focus Philadelphia up a Anita Josefowicz saw her husband of 19 years for the first time saturday thanks to a tiny Telescope implanted in her right Eye. For 29 years mrs. Josefowicz 48, of Nanticoke pa., has been Able to distinguish Only vague shapes and shadows but a three hour surgical operation by or. Juan Arentsen gave her 20-20 vision in one Eye and the ability to read the finest print and to distinguish colors. A i Wasny to a bit disappointed a she said of her husbands appearance when she first saw him. Quot my husbands a Little bit grayer than i expected him to be but he Sall right. Mrs. Josefowicz s husband Edward 52, a plumber for a construction firm visited her at wills Eye Hospital Here along with her son Randall 26, and other relatives. A everything is just Beautiful a she said As she exuberantly described the colors of the Flowers in her Hospital room and her excitement at having the Opportunity to once again pursue her childhood pleasure of Reading. During her 29 years of darkness she said she cried much in despair and once even contemplated suicide. But now she said a a in be cried a lot out of happiness. Now i feel i have nothing More to cry when mrs. Josefowicz cried she had no tears. That was part of her problem. Adverse reaction to Medicine caused the tissue of her eyes to dry and become ski like. The operation that restored sight in her right Eye is the first to be performed in Pennsylvania and the third for or. Arentsen who performed two others in his native country of Chile where he received his medical training. The operation was developed by or. Hernando Cardona of Colombia while working in new York to years ago. Or. Arentsen said about 75 per cent of some 200 operations have proven successful. Mrs. Josefowicz s right Eye Lens was removed about a month ago in preparation for the operation. During surgery a Teflon Collar one third of an Inch in diameter was stitched to her eyeball a Hole was punched through the Cornea and a Small Lens about one sixth of an Inch in diameter screwed into the Collar. Then her lid with a Hole Cut through it to allow the Telescope to poke through was sewn closed to stabilize the device. A Telegraph Herald 141st year no. 128 8 sections 92 pages Dubuque Iowa and East Dubuque Illinois sunday May 29, 1977 50 cents Gas Supply data under scrutiny israeli position Simcha Dinitz israelis ambassador to the United states says there is no . Resolution requiring Israel to give up All occupied Arab territories allow creation of a palestinian Homeland or compensate Arab refugees. Story Page 2. Voice your opinion by calling the the plebiscite from 10a.rn until Midnight today sunday. Of you live in Dubuque dial 588-5662. If you live in Iowa but outside the City of Dubuque dial this toll free number 1-800 942-4602. Of you live in Wisconsin or Illinois dial 1-800-553-4801 tinted a major redirection of nuclear research programs for fiscal 1977 affecting uranium enrichment fuel cycling waste management and the liquid Metal fast breeder reactor. Krueger said his concern stemmed from reports in the Wall Street journal claiming the administration attempted to redirect findings of a study group commissioned by Erda on How much natural Gas would be available regardless of Price. He said the report showed there would be no natural Gas shortage. During the House subcommittee session Friday administration officials were told the president had Given Congress so few backup details for his Coal conversion program it was hard even for sympathetic congressmen to support it. A it is becoming extremely difficult to keep our enthusiasm a said rep. Toby Moffett a Conn. Environmental Protection Agency head Douglas Costle and Federal Energy administrator John of Leary promised More data but subcommittee chairman John Dingell d-mich., told them to do it soon because the committee planned to a Mark up legislation next month. Carter has proposed to tax utilities and industries using natural Gas and Oil. And in some cases to prohibit use when they can switch to Coal. Rep. Timothy Wirth d-colo., noted the House passed clean air legislation thursday and said some feel it will bring More automobile exhaust pollution. He said added pollution could make it impossible to convert Industry to Coal. A a we a May Well be wasting our time a Wirth said. A for we May Well have to prevail on the president to veto that clean air staff photo the plebiscite in your opinion what does Dubuque need to attract More tourists results will appear in next sunday s the. Results of last week s plebiscite appear on Page 34. Sunday showcase tap owners bless their Lucky stars As business booms Washington up a a House Democrat wants to investigate allegations the administration has suppressed data showing natural Gas supplies Are not As Short As indicated. A House subcommittee holding hearings on president Carters Energy legislation also voiced concern Friday about mandatory Coal conversion and two senators asked for an audit of administration nuclear policies. Rep. Bob Krueger d-tex., a member of the House Commerce subcommittee on Energy said he wants to look closer into charges there was a coverup of a Federal study concluding no natural Gas shortage would result if prices Are deregulated. Krueger has sponsored legislation to deregulate natural Gas. In the Senate Henry Jackson d-wash., and the committees ranking Republican Clifford Hansen of Wyoming asked for a two months ago Dubuque a Blue Moon inn had a bad Case of dark horizons. Last years elimination of several Hundred jobs at neighbouring Aramco had choked off enough business to drop the Little tavern into the breakeven category. And with expensive bar licenses up for renewal it looked As though the Blue Moon might fade with the setting Sun. Then came in March Huron productions opened offices across Jackson Street from the Blue Moon and the Skeleton movie Crew warned business partners Joann Klauer and Schurbon a you think you re getting Busy now. Just wait a movie carpenters and painters started filtering in and in Early May when filming started the Blue Moon was inundated with Crew members extras and spectators. A a you a be surprised How Many people can fit on these 44 chairs at one time a Joann 37, quipped last week. A some Days our business is triple what it was and some Days ifs better than that. We used to sell a Case of Pickett a Beer a month and now we re Selling 30 to 40 cases every 19, added a the new people Are outgoing and they re patient. They know we re under a lot of pressure to take care of everybody but the worst they Ever do is kid us about Blue Moon revenues surged partly because its the Only spot within blocks that Sells Cigar ets and sandwiches. The Blue Moon keeps an extra Stock of Small change for its cig Aret machine and chef Millie Walton and a squad of Volunteer helpers stand by for the Sandwich customers. Rep. Bob Krueger offers deregulation Bill congressional audit to determine whether the administration has circumvented the Law by changing nuclear Energy policy without consulting Congress. Jackson and Hansen said they had received information the Energy research and development administration had a mini a before Huron started catering meals for their people it got so crowded Here at lunchtime that we had to hand out numbers a Joann said. A it was just like the Carasco Days when the Guys would run in at three minutes after noon and they All had to be fed and on their Way by 25 minutes on sweltering Days movie onlookers enter the tavern for a fix of canned pop beneath the unwavering gaze of an absolutely Mammoth stuffed Moose head. And the Blue Moons regular Beer with a shot crowd seems to accept this new wave of film groupies. A i Hope the Boom does no to discourage our neighbourhood customers a Joann said. A a they la be around Long after Huron is gone. We re trying to treat everyone equally and maybe some of the new folks will keep coming Back a few people said we should raise our prices to take advantage of the situation but we do something like the profit spurt has helped and Joann for those License renewals and it looks As though the Blue Moon is flying High. Still the Blue Moons financial salvation is but one Blossom on a local Money tree that seems to have sprouted with the arrival of see related stories Page 44. A we used to be off the beaten path and now we re right in the Middle of things a Joann said. A a we re thankful too it a be Nice if these people could stay longer. Its been a Windfall and we know its going to end but we re trying to make the Best of a by John Mccormick Telegraph Herald staff writer Joann and tapping the Lifeblood of business survival

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