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Eau Claire Leader Telegram (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Monday dec. 13, 1982leader Telegram Page 5a death ruled traffic fatality Pace count i i opposes nuclear dump in state Menomonie a the death saturday of a route Menomonie a the death saturday of a route i Downing woman injured in an Auto Accident nov. 4 has been ruled a traffic fatality by Dunn county medical examiner or. Joseph Springer. Helen Fansler 83, died at sacred heart Hospital eau Claire from complications that resulted from the Accident on Highway 170 in the town of Tiffany. Fansler suffered a fractured jaw fractured ribs and multiple bruises when cars driven by her husband Harold 84, and John Butler 67, route i Glenwood City collided when Fansler allegedly drove out onto Highway 170 without seeing the eastbound Butler car. Or. Fansler and butlers wife Gladys 62, were also injured. The fatality is the sixth on Dunn county roads this year. County Farmers enrol acres in reduction diversion plans eau Claire county Farmers have enrolled 10,586 base acres in the acreage reduction and land diversion programs since the sign up period began oct. I. This includes 10,137 base acres of Corn 354 acres of Oats and 94 acres of Barley. The 1983 programs offer Farmers target Price Protection land diversion payments and commodity Loans for complying with acreage reduction requirements. Almost $135,000 in Advance land diversion payments and Advance deficiency payments for Corn have been issued to eau Claire county Farmers enrolled in the 1983 feed Grain program. Woman Hurt during argument Menomonie a a 67-year-old woman was admitted to Myrtle Werth medical Center Menomonie for treatment of head injuries suffered in an incident on the Gerald Webb farm in the town of Weston Friday afternoon. Neva Webb of route i Menomonie was admitted to the intensive care unit where she is listed in stable condition with a Skull fracture and numerous other facial fractures. Webb was injured during an argument with the 22-year-old wife of a hired hand. The two women were reportedly arguing Over work that was not being done. According to the Dunn county sheriffs department the argument ended when the younger woman pushed her husband who was standing Between them into Webb causing her to fall and strike her head on the drawbar of a farm tractor. The younger woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and was later released on Bond. Her name is being withheld until formal charges Are filed by the District attorneys office. County accepting applications for conservation programs the eau Claire county office of the agricultural stabilization and conservation service is still accepting applications for conservation practices under the 1983 act program said Wanda Warner eau Claire county ass executive director. These practices Are permanent vegetative cover establishment permanent vegetative cover improvement strip cropping Sod Waterways tree planting Timber stand improvement and diversions. While limited funds Are available conservation measures approved under the program this year will help Correct soil water and pollution problems on More than 3,000 acres of farm land in eau Claire county Warner said. Sign up will continue As Long As funds Are available. Chippewa to discuss libraries Chippewa Falls a How much support the Chippewa county Board of supervisors should give municipal libraries will be debated tuesday when the Board meets at 9 30 . In the courthouse. The county a 1983 budget cuts Library aids from $50,000 this year to $45,000. Library officials in Chippewa Falls say they might Stop service to Rural patrons if funds Are not restored. In november supervisor Cyril Rada of Rural Bloomer requested transferring an extra $10,000 from the general fund to the Library account. Action was delayed until december. City of eau Claire injury Accident Friday 11 41 ., 500 Wagner Avenue. Car driven by Russell Thill 26, fall Creek Slid into a tree. Thill is in serious condition at sacred heart Hospital with internal injuries fractured Collarbone and a Cut leg. His passenger John Kloss 26, route i Chippewa Falls was treated for a forehead Cut. Thill was cited. Break in warehouse Western Wisconsin distributing co., 525 Park Ridge drive. Entry gained by breaking a window. The office had been searched and a Magazine stolen. Police Are continuing the investigation. Reported 9 41 . Sunday. Thefts stereo tapes 24 and Case owned by John Spallees 2510 Skeels ave., taken from car parked at 2225 Keith St. Value $178. Reported 2 30 Saturday. Stereo speakers two owned by Jeffrey Bohlke 3130 Eldorado blvd., taken from basement storeroom. Value $200. Reported 5 55 Friday. Television set owned by Chuen Luk 1700 s. Hastings Way taken from unlocked apartment. Value $350. Reported 10 22 Sunday. Eau Claire county injury accidents sunday 4 35 ., intersection of highways t and 12. Car driven by Edna c. Nelson 64, 2837 fifth St., collided with cars driven by Mary h. Knapp 63, Menomonie and John h. Pederson 39, Chippewa suffered Back injury and Knapp a Cut forehead. Both treated sacred heart Hospital. Damage estimate $12,500. Sunday 2 04 ., Winget Road town of Seymour. Truck driven by James e. Prybylski 35, 3474 Seymour Road skidded out of control on ice and struck a tree. The Driver and two passengers Debbie a. Clark 25, and Bruce a. Barnes 28, were treated for injuries at sacred heart Hospital. Damage estimate $2,50q. Fines township fire department Chimney 11 51 . Friday de Garlick residence 4040 Balsam Road town of pleasant Valley. No damage Leader Telegram uses 166560 701 s. Farwell St. . Box 570 eau Claire i 54701 Telephone 834-3471 second class postage paid at eau Claire wis published daily except sunday and holidays new years Day memorial Day july 4, labor Day. Thanksgiving Day and Christmas by the eau Claire press co. Editorial direction by the eau Claire Leader Telegram. Weekday single copies 25 cents weekend single copy 50 cents Carrier rate $1.35 cents weekly by motor route $70.20 mail rates available upon request. By Joe Knight Leader Telegram staff Phillips the policy Council to the states radioactive waste review Board went on record saturday opposing the placing of a nuclear waste dump in the state. The roughly 60 Northern Wisconsin residents attending the meeting applauded the decision although some chided the Council for making slow Progress and claimed it had Little influence Over the review Board. Margie Lewis a Utility representative from Green Bay was the Only Council member out of la to vote against the recommendation. The Price county meeting was the third meeting the Council has had since it was created this summer. Price county was one of 16 counties mentioned As potential nuclear waste depository Sites by a consulting firm hired by the department of Energy. The vote came after Duwayne Gepkens chairman of the boards technical Council asked the group to define a Mission statement. Defined a he said. The legislative language that created the Board does not say the majority of people in the state done to want a radioactive disposal site Here he said. Before the vote one Council member suggested putting a referendum about locating a nuclear waste repository in the state on the Spring ballot. People attending and other Council members argued that the opinion of state residents was already Clear. A i have yet to have one person come up to me and say they want a nuclear dump site in the state a said William Fantle adding that Many people have told him they do not want a site in the state. Quot is there anyone in the room who wants Wisconsin to have a radioactive waste Deposit site a demanded Mary Louise sym on of the Council. The important question before the policy Council and the review Board is How the state will prepare itself to Deal with the department of Energy she said. Kathy Wolf a member of Northwoods Alliance a Northern Wisconsin environmental group criticized both the policy Council and the Board for their slow Progress. A couple of months you realize they keep going around and around a she said. She claimed that the Doe was attempting to get the nuclear waste repository siting process under Way in the state before Anthony Earl took office. She noted that at the Federal level legislation reducing a states ability to resist the siting of a nuclear waste dump in the state had passed the House and is being taken up in the Senate this week. In a later report to the Council Bob Halstead of the state department of administration explained that an amendment proposed by . Rep. Thomas Petri r-wis., that would have allowed states to veto locating a nuclear waste dump within their boundaries was voted Down. Instead provisions were included that would require a states objection to nuclear waste dump siting to be sustained by both houses of Congress before it would be granted. Sen. Proxmire d-wis., has said he will filibuster the Bill when it reaches the Senate today Halstead said. Some people claimed that the radioactive waste review Board which is made up of political appointees is not seriously considering the policy councils recommendations. The policy Council was created to provide Public input to the review Board. Council chairman Mike Schaepe asked whether the state had any obligation to store nuclear wastes since there Are four nuclear Power plants Here. Fantle argued that Wisconsin residents be held responsible for storing the wastes because they had no say in whether the reactors should have been built. A i personally never had a vote on whether Asp could build a nuclear Power Plant at Prairie Island or la Crosse. They made that corporate decision a he said. The vote on the state referendum favouring a ban on nuclear weapons this Spring indicated that Wisconsin residents done to want to store nuclear wastes generated As a byproduct of weapons production he said. 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