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Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Pope s birth control decision set monday by Ray Moseley Vatican City up a the most anxiously awaited event in the pontificate of Paul i is at hand. It is the papal decision on birth control under consideration five years. Nature withheld few papal documents in modern times have been so Long in the making so anxiously awaited or so directly important in the daily lives of millions of people throughout the world. Chippewa cousins win dress revue Chippewa Falls two Chippewa county cousins were chosen Friday to represent the county at state fair dress revue in West Allis August 15. The Vatican said Friday a new Quot pontifical document would be announced at a news conference 10 30 am. 12 30 . Edt monday. Its nature was not officially disclosed but Vatican sources said it was in fact the papal pronouncement on birth control. According to the sources the 70-year old Pope completed work on his document before taking up summer residence at nearby Castel Gandolfo july 17. They said the Popes decision is Quot not to the Pill and other forms of contraception. He has decided they said to maintain the traditional position of the Catholic Church Down through the centuries that artificial birth control is prohibited to Catholic couples As inherently evil. This decision is certain to be a major blow to Liberal forces i a eau Claire Leader a eau Claire Wisconsin a sunday july 28, 1968 archbishop lauds Groppi Milwaukee wis. Up Catholic archbishop William e. Cousins has praised the Rev. James Groppi controversial civil rights priest for Quot doing the Job i done to have the guts to a it was reported saturday the archbishop made his re Marks june 26 at a Catholic menus dinner in Peoria 111., it was Learned. An aide to cousins said saturday the archbishop considered the remarks Quot old news and did no to want to elaborate now. In his speech the archbishop said Groppi Quot was the main Factor in making the people of Milwaukee realize that theirs is a conservative prejudiced Quot Jim Groppi has done More than any combination of groups and his was a single handed housing Victory in Milwaukee a cousins said. He said he did no to always a. Prove of Groppi s methods but have added. Quot we can see the pro been dismayed at changes Thater lat is behind the Man. Euzabeth stall Ali re i have malt let it in Church no Al apr of or a Chippewa Frails and since the Vatican my. A jul. Us Jensen 1�, i. 4, c h i p p e ecumenical Council undo,.hied. Betler ways of doln8 11 a a i i alls were named alter a a Jujj be heartened nates. All dresses and other items of ladies apparel will be on dismay at the in the Church including a majority of the Popes own 60-member International commission that was appointed in 1963 Donna Jensen 16, Colfax and Laura Jensen 17, it. 4, Chippewa Falls topped 73 other girls competing in the 4-h to study the question. Dress revue held at the North but conservatives in pm Wisconsin s t a to fair Church some of whom grounds. Cath i ii. 1a in 1 it a a a Jin ecumenical Council undoubted be heartened. Widen divisions it seems apparent therefore Trempealeau crash eau Dies Claire Man of injuries Whitehall special a Ole bound on by. 121 when his Auto Dokkestul 71, of 422 North bar Stow St eau Claire died at Luther Hospital at 5 50 p. In. Saturday of injuries suffered in a Trempealeau county Accident at 6 20 . Friday. The county a fifth fatality of the year Dokkestul was West cousins noted Many persons have urged him to remove Groppi from his inner City Par-4 h fair h us the decision no matter ish but Quot there would have been inning tuesday. A tyly so Zibo Quot in sops-wi11 Widen Divi a vacuum left that any manner for the Blue and red ribbon win Sions within the Church and of Black Power advocate would ners and for Beach Wear will be perhaps even turn some Catho Hae filled a held at j . Wednesday in the pics of Liberal persuasion Awa it gr0pp�?~ who is White. By a 4-h building. From the Church. Surveys in various countries in recent years have shown an increasing number of Catholic couples practice birth control despite the solemn teaching of school committee elects new officers la Crosse officers were the Church that this is a sin. Elected at tuesdays meeting of the Agency no. La school committee. They Are James Homstad Cashton chairman and Osborne Moe Black River Falls vice chairman. R. B Tremain coordinator of the Agency is Secretary. Other members Are Bernard Hundt. Bangor Orvis Olson Mindoro Lloyd s the i a Metz. La Farge Richard Sweeney Hillsboro and Carl Nord Hagen Whitehall. \ traded National attention in the last three years for his militant civil rights activities particularly for marches he led last year one horsepower ready to go a ifs almost too much for a self respecting Equine tethered to a tire just feet from an but exposure always planned automobile graveyard. This novel picture was taken by a Madison newspaper photographer near Portage. A wire photo crop reports top secret compiled by Trelogan screw including 34 so called Quot lock up reports released under tight be by Don Kendall on behalf of a Strong open Washington apr sever housing ordinance. A1 times a month the depart a ment of agriculture engages in purity conditions. The latter in for such reasons As these. The a a top secret operation that Nev evolve mostly wheat Corn cot birth control decision is Proba inc Aloiv z0�?otoh or fails to be exposed to the pub ton soybeans and certain other Bly the most difficult the Pope to i i on because s planned crops traded on commodity sex has had to make since his it hic round us que at Way changes election in 1963. J newsmen stand behind a generally crop reports follow the original decision to study Quincy mass. Up a a Zwil White line As an official of the a similar pattern each year the question anew was made by a 20-ton Humpback whale crop reporting Board places a first the planting intentions of the late Pope John Xxiii who has Cavor ted along the sheaf of papers in each Tele Farmers followed by actual apparently because of world South Shore coastline for the phone Booth a few feet in front planted acreages yield Esti wide concern Over the so past week was found dead of them. Mates the number of harvested size and called Quot population explosion saturday cause unknown. J at the precise second the offi acres and finally estimated pro times and because of increasing the 3-year-old mammal gives the word and news auction. Nearly half a million demands by Many catholics for sighted High and dry among men step quickly to the Booths Volunteer Farmer reporters con some change in the churches some pilings at Moon head. The turn Over the papers and quickly tribute information which is position. Keeping track of the nations crop production and making estimates on yields for More than a Century Trelogan explains. For years he says the depart ment figured that All farms were pretty much alike and was satisfied just to Sample a lot of them. But As farms became specialized the department began choosing Sample farms More carefully according to Type other factors. Some a report involves Samp poultry amendment rapped by Mondale Ling Only six tenths of one per cent of the total farms Trelo ii. A in an said. To reduce the risk of i coast guard planned to Tow the report what the department has used in compiling the computer error skilled interviewers Fol carcass out to sea at High tide to say about wheat Corn. Cot sized reports. How up on questionnaires with nicknamed Quot Willie the ton farm prices and labor a a the department has been personal talks with Farmers whale by the thousands who whatever the carefully guarded a. Flocked to see him the sprightly document reveals. Washington a sen Walter f. Mondale d Minn., warned on the Senate floor saturday that an amendment to the poultry act permitting state inspection of meat and poultry moving across state lines Quot would seriously impair the effectiveness of both the wholesome meat act previously passed and the pending poultry inspection Mondale said that although the amendment sponsored by sen. Spessard Holland d-fla., a a theoretically would not permit poultry marketing across state lines until state inspect mammal appeared regularly off prohibited by Law Point Allerton in Hull and a we Are prohibited by Law became quite a tourist attract from having a vested interest in Tion. The Trad itself. Anything to Serrate state inspect Ion in Billie swam near Shore do with commodity markets. We systems. Monadic said. H the whale was surrounded by also Are prevented from giving a can we obtain the seasoned c4 Ryous boaters and the coast out any Advance information 50 and0,t, inspectors to do the a Yard had to move in to control Job a traffic. One boat got too close another effect of the Amend Washington up House backers were confident saturday they could Muster enough votes next week to ment Mondale said would be Jef dumping the occupants into explanation of the ritual. Exempt the Post office depart the creation of Quot Competition the Ocean. About 700 reports annually Are m m the Federal Man pow among the states in lax inspect and the irritated whale rammed any whatsoever a says Harry c. Trelogan head of the departments statistical reporting service in House seeks votes to halt mail cuts Tion Laws in order to attract packing plants. The result would be a Gresham Law in which bad meat draws out Good with the profits going to those packers who could escape the Cost and High standards of the Federal system. In the past Mondale said Jackie Kennedy 39 today Hyannis port mass. Summer by her grandmother. Tion systems were equal to the non federally inspected meat Federal standards a great be so Only within the obstacles stood in the Way of boners 0f the individual state achieving it in practice. The effect of the Holland among them. Quot will Congress amendment woul be the allow appropriate sufficient funds for my 0f non federally inspected adequate supervision by the department of agriculture Over Chippewa court Chippewa Falls the following fines and forfeitures were recently made in c h i a pea county court. Speeding $47, Lawrence tharge or. Superior $37, Mark s. Plunges Chippewa Falls $32 cled Burton Cadott Harold Gayette Stanley Frank Haliba Withee Clayton Ness Cadott Arlan Peissig Minneapolis Minn. And Joseph Raine Little Falls Minn. Paying $27 were Paul g. Kochel Chippewa Falls Johnnie Johnson f a i a child Walter Knorn Chippewa Falls Ruben Ventler Adell Michael Hofer Graceville Minn. End Brian Mattson Bloomer. Nels Hanshus eau Claire inattentive driving $42 Edward Buchman Winthrop Minn., Fol lowing too close $32 Erickson motor sales Bloomer Selling Auto without seat belts $17 Wayne Hotchkiss jr., eau Claire permitting unlawful use of Drivers License $52 Katherine Reetz Bloomer driving without a License $37 and Jerrilynn Rudy Chippewa Falls no valid Drivers License $17. Donald l. Hager Chippewa Falla paid $20 for disorderly conduct. Thomas Ryder Chippewa Falls was found guilty on a charge of being drunk and fined $25. Terre c. Mcnamara Houston Tex., was charged by conservation Warden Ken Larkin with fishing without obtaining a non residence fishing License. He was found guilty and fined la a meat to be sold across state lines. Quot at least it could be said that under the old system Consumers in one state had some Hope of knowing which state plants were producing wholesome meat. But under the proposed amendment even this limited traditional consumer Protection would disappear. Or cutbacks ordered in the new tax Law. Largely because of that Confidence and because of Senate approval Friday postmaster general Marvin Watson up a mrs. John f. Kennedy mrs. Hugh d. Auchincloss and i ordered a one week delay in a is 39 years old today. J is now travelling with her aunt it is not a chivalrous to say Princess Lee Radziwill. So. Unlike Many women who the pall of sen. Robert f. Never admit progressing beyond Kennedy a assassination still the magic 39th birthday the hangs heavy Over the Vannis former first lady will never be port compound but the Kenne Able to hide her age from the Dys have made an attempt for Public. The Sake of three families of her birthday Celebration children to make it summer As however held behind the tight usual. They sail a lot on sen. Security which encompasses the Edward Kennedy a chartered Kennedy family knot of summer houses will be As private As possible. Mrs. Kennedy has Only one of her children with her for the anniversary son John jr., who is spending the summer sailing and taking swimming lessons with his cousins. Caroline was taken to Europe earlier this yacht and in a variety of smaller boats. Mrs. Kennedy plans to leave aug. 5 for three weeks in Europe. Caroline will return to Hyannis port several Days before that. The family will be reunited at the Auchincloss Villa in Newport ri., for labor Day. Reduction of postal service which would be necessary under the reduced personnel order. The service cutbacks had been slated to begin saturday but except for a few hitches service was Normal. Reduce pickups Watson warned however that unless House action on the exemption is completed next week the service cutbacks would be ordered for next saturday. This would mean Post offices would Cut off operations workshop instructors members of three Law enforcement agencies gave demonstrations thursday at the Northwestern Wisconsin peace officers association meeting on various methods and techniques used in aiding Law enforcement. From left Are Roger Hahn chief Deputy of the eau Claire county sheriffs department Carl Zutz supervisor of motor vehicle inspections District 6, eau Claire and capt. Perry Griffith state patrol commander for District 6. More than 150 Law enforcement officers attended the meeting. Police from this Region meet Here More than 150 members of the Northwestern Wisconsin peace officers association met in eau Claire thursday at the local police department s pistol Range. Members of the group which covers a 26 county area passed a Resolution establishing a committee to study the possibility of developing a police training program through the state University system. Carl Zutz supervisor of motor vehicle inspections for District six capt. Perry Griffith state patrol commander for District 6, and motor vehicle inspector Stanley Gatz demonstrated the equipment and techniques used by the state patrol Iii its new motor vehicle inspection program. Roger Hahn chief Deputy for the eau Claire county sheriffs department demonstrated the use of the paraffin test for detecting gun powder residues. He also demonstrated the technique of obtaining plaster casts of tire and foot prints. Detective Donald Johnson of the eau Claire police department demonstrated the procedures and techniques of detecting latent Finger prints at crime scenes. Except for minor window service for general delivery and business mail and reduce saturday mail pickups similar to the present sunday schedule Congress will recess next Friday for the rest of the month because of the political conventions. Thus the pressure to Complete action on the exemption was twofold the Friday adjournment and the mandatory aug. 3 service cutback deadline. A House Post office committee spokesman said saturday members of the panel were confident of passage of the exemption. He said however passage would come Only after a complicated parliamentary procedure. Federal offence the Senate tacked the exemption on to an earlier House passed Bill making it a federa offence to assault a Posta employee. The Senate amendment would exclude the depart mentus Washington Headquarters and regional offices involving nearly 5,000 White Collar workers from the exemption. This would allow department administrative for Ces to be Cut. Exempted however from the personnel cutbacks would be nearly 83,000 postal Field positions such As letter carriers and clerks. No present workers would be Laid off but for every four vacancies that occur Only three could be filled. The department has about 60,000 such vacancies a year. City police Check bicycle fall thefts a bicycle mishap involving an injury two shoplifting theft a report of a Short change artist and four Minnesota juveniles with whiskey in their Possession were investigated by City police Friday and saturday. Katherine c. Wilcox 21, 132 Marston ave., fell from her Bike at 1900 state St. She was taken to sacred heart Hospital for observation. The mishap occurred at about 8 55, Friday night. Officers followed a suspicious car at 1 05 . Saturday and stopped it on Highway 53. During an investigation they found a half empty bottle of whiskey in the car being occupied by four St. Paul youths. Further investigation turned up two full bottles in the trunk. Juvenile records were made and the youths were held for their parents. An eleven year old eau Claire boy was picked up at 7 . Friday after he had taken jewelry valued at $2 from a store at 220 s. Barstow St. Juvenile records were made. In an investigation of a second shoplifting Case it was reported to police that a woman 25 to 30 years old wearing a red jacket and red Tennis shoes took a Brown purse valued at $3 from a store on Barstow St. At 8 40 . Friday and left the store. Theft of two amplifier tubes valued at $4 was reported at 2 25 . Friday by the Morgan music shop 2405 e. Claire Mont. Police were called at 2 10 ., Friday to Maple Island Dairy store 2235 valmont ave officers said a clerk was Short changed out of $20 thursday evening. The shortchange artist was described As being a male about 5 feet to inches tall weighing 150 pounds and having Black hair. Collided with a car driven by Barbara j. Scow 19, of Whitehall about one mile East of Independence. According to Willard Knutson county traffic officer there was a heavy downpour at the time and disability was poor. Both Dokkestul and miss scow were taken by ambulance to Tri county memorial h o Spital. Dokkestul was immediately transferred to Luther and reportedly suffered Chest injuries and multiple leg Fra a Tures. Miss scow sustained a fractured ankle and thumb and a Cut on the knee. Dokkestul was pinned in the Auto and it took about 20 minutes to free him from the wreckage. Woman Hurt As car upsets carry a. Johnson 29, it. 2 fall Creek suffered shoulder hip and Back injuries s a t u a Day when she was thrown from her foreign compact car As it skidded out of control on a curve on Lasalle St., a half mile East of the City in the town of Seymour. The car skidded into a Field and rolled Over causing an estimated $750 damages to the vehicle. The woman was taken to Luther Hospital for treatment of her injuries. A car driven by Robert l. Radke 25, of 2221 Agnes St., struck a plate Glass window at a service station operated by Darrell Dehnke As Radke backed out of a parking place at a restaurant at the intersection of by. 12 and 53. There was an estimated $25 damages to the car and $125 damages to the window. Two Menomonie mishaps checked Menomonie special a no injuries were reported in two accidents investigated by City police Friday. A two car Accident at North Broadway and Elm Avenue was reported at 9 50 . Greg Scheer 20, de Pere was reportedly making a left turn and had stopped his car for traffic when it was struck Iby a car driven by Douglas Hellendrung 19, it. I Knapp. Damage is estimated at $125 to the rear of Scheers 1957 Sedan and at $150 to the front of Hellendrung a 1968 car. An Accident in the 900 Block on fourth Street was reported at 11 40 . The investigating officers report Lois Virlee 22, it. 2, Menomonie was attempting to Stop on the Hill when she lost control of her car. It jumped a curb and struck a parked car owned Fey Alvin Harkison 1401 Wilson St. Bomb tossing brings scare in Milwaukee Milwaukee a firebombs were hurled at two schools in negro neighbourhoods saturday during a second consecutive night of scattered vandalism on the City a North Side. Fire officials said attempts by vandals to set fires at two school buildings with fuel filled bottles caused negligible damage. A firebomb was thrown against the Auer Avenue elementary school and three were thrown at North division High school two of them through a second Story window. Seven fined earlier in the Day seven persons were fined $50 each in Milwaukee county court on charges including unlawful Assembly and disorderly conduct stemming from incidents late thursday and Early Friday. Seven other persons less than 18 years old were referred to juvenile authorities. Proxmire urges Oil import fee Washington a an Oil import License fee to pay for stricter enforcement of Oil import regulations was called for saturday by sen. William Proxmire a wis. These regulations would include the use of Field audits to find out whether the Industry gives accurate data to the Oil import administration. Proxmire a proposal would provide increased funds for the Oil import administration while shifting the Burden of financing the program to those who profit from it. In a letter to Secretary of the Interior Stewart l. Udall Proxmire suggested that he exercise the Power Given him by Law to impose a 2 Mill per barrel License fee on the holders of allocations of Oil and Oil products except residual fuel Oil in certain cases and on those who Are permitted to ship Light Oil products from puerto Rico to the . Mainland. Clark sign up Neillsville a special sign up for Liming materials will be conducted at the ass office from j u i y 30 to August 9. These Cost share requests will be for Liming materials to be applied by december 31. Serving Uncle Sam Eleva Man enlists in Seabee program Eleva a Arden m. Finseth son of or. And mrs. Martian o. Finseth it. 2, has enlisted in the . Navy a Seabee program. He was enlisted As a third class Petty officer based on his civilian experience in the construction Field. He will attend a five week instruction course at the . Naval construction training unit Gulfport miss. Granton a Jerry Lauten Back son of or. And mrs. Ralph Lautenbach it. 2, has seen returned Home after serving a year in Thailand with the . Air Force. He was promoted to sergeant As of july i and after his leave he will report to Mcconnell air Force base in Kansas. Ellsworth airman Norvelt t. Huppert son of or. And mrs. Norbert b. Huppert of 125 s. Maple St., has completed Basic training at Amarillo fab Tex. He has been assigned to the air Force technical train ing Center at Sheppard fab Tex., for specialized schooling As a construction specialist. Airman Huppert is a 1967 graduate of Ellsworth senior High school. Fall Creek army pfc. Ronald f. Anderson 22, whose wife Connie lives at it. 2, was assigned july la to the 1st air cavalry division in Vietnam As an infantryman. Ellsworth a Nolan d. Smith son of or. And mrs. Chester r. Smith St. Paul Minn., has been promoted to airman first class in the u. S. Air Force. Airman Smith is an aircraft Mechanic at Andersen fab Guam. He is a member of the military Airlift command. The airman a 1959 graduate of Ellsworth High school studied at River Falls state u n 1-versity. His wife Ruthann is the daughter of or. And mra. Louis r. Jahnke Ellsworth

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