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Eau Claire Leader Telegram (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Page 2a Leader Telegram wednesday feb. 2, 1983 eau Claire Rod amp gun club terrorism May get worse continued from Page i one of the major reasons terrorist acts rarely occur behind the Iron curtain Shabtai said is that communist control of the Media assures such action does not receive the desired publicity. Communist countries also refuse to negotiate terrorist demands. Soviet bloc nations also Are unlikely to be victims of terrorism because the soviet Union supports most anti democratic terrorist groups he said. Shabtai does not advocate restricting Media coverage of terrorism saying the loss of democratic freedoms is exactly the goal of the terrorists. A we have to immunize the Public and educate the Public As to what the terrorists Are doing through the Media a he said. A it is psychological warfare and if it is psychological warfare we must educate the Public to respond correctly not to in addition to educating the Public Shabtai cited three other a a musts in the Battle against terrorism. Quot the most effective Way to fight terrorism is to pre empt the act before it takes place a he said. He advocates strengthening the authority of . Intelligence agencies so that they can be aware of planned terrorist acts before they occur. In addition. Shabtai said democracies must develop anti terrorist forces that Quot can act with surgical precision against terrorist acts. Specially trained troops Are needed to Deal with the non conventional actions of terrorists he said. Shabtai a final recommendation was the establishment of a a multinational counter terrorist Force to be formed by the worlds democracies. Such a Force would be used in special circumstances in which a country under terrorist assault could not Deal with the intruders with its own resources. A strict definition of the word terrorism has never been firmly established Shantai said. A some people will say your terrorist is my Freedom fighter and vice versa a he explained. Shabtai defined terrorism As a violence which is aimed at the people who Are the victims of terrorist acts Are rarely the ones who Are the political targets he explained. Terrorists use their victims As a Means of causing fear among the real terrorist targets. Repeating his warnings about the possibility of nuclear terrorism Shabtai held out the Hope that it can be avoided. A when you say its inevitable a he said a it becomes a self fulfilling but he warned Tough measures must be taken to prevent such a catastrophe. A there Are no easy solutions a he said. Leader a Telegram r local and regional Chippewa Falls supervisors will get 6 percent pay raises under salaries approved tuesday by the City Council on a 5-2 vote. See Story on Page 7c weather forecast Windy and colder tonight with Snow tapering to flurries after total accumulations of 3 to 7 inches most sections. Lows 5 below to 12 above Northwest and 12 to 24 Southeast. Flurries ending and colder thursday. Highs 5 to 15 Northwest and 15 to 25 Southeast. Clear and cold Friday through sunday. Lows 5 below to 15 below North and 5 above to 5 below South. Highs 5 to 15 above North and 15 to 22 South. Today s Index obituaries.4a bulletin board.5a opinion.6a lifestyles.9a weather.11a entertainment.t.5c comics.6c classified.7c ice sunday february 6 Ujj 1983 1 00 pin. To 3 00 . Fishon half Moon Lake eau Claire Wisconsin party at club House after contest Over $2,000 in prizes 1st prize $300 4th prize $50 2nd prize $200 St prize $25 3rd prize $100 _ a shutdown slows truck traffic continued from Page i state Ita president Emery Rahm of Colby said the shutdown has been effective in the state. Many state pulp haulers tuesday night voted to join in the shutdown after an informational meeting at Prentice he added. A we also have companies that Are not loading out trucks owned by independents who Are not participating in the shutdown a Rahm said., in regard to the National violence Rahm said he understood there has been some in the Southern part of the state but added there has been no proof truckers Are involved in any of the incidents. A uti could be anyone trying to take advantage of the situation a he said. Rahm said he has no exact count of the decrease in trucks moving but he said observation in the Busy Abbotsford area indicates there Are fewer on the Road. The shutdown has been 75 percent effective according to Diane Bushen Dorf of Elk Mound legislative Secretary for the Wisconsin chapter of the Ita. She made the statement after surveys of places where truckers Stop. A a there a nothing moving in the eau Claire area a she said. The network Media is trying to discredit the shutdown by attacking National president Mike Parkhurst Bushendorf said but the truckers Are aware of the importance of the Issue because they be read the legislation in the Highway improvement act of 1982. A spokesman for a transportation company in eau Claire said his firm has not had an increase in freight shipments because of the shutdown. In regard to the increased costs for trucking he said his company would just past it on to the Consumers. A the independents should do the same thing. They a save themselves a lot of a fuel prices decrease in area continued from Page i an attendant at the Coop Oil station at the Coop shopping Center reported his station had dropped its prices by three cents a gallon for regular and five cents a gallon for unleaded on monday. The Cost of full service gasoline was about 20 cents More per gallon than self serve he said. Jim Brantner station Manger at the Putnam Heights Union 76 station at 623 Walker ave., said self service prices had dropped about five cents a gallon in the past week at his station. He said full service prices will drop about the same amount within the next two Days. At the direct Oil station at 945 n. Hastings Way self service prices had dropped three cents a gallon this week according to station manager Jan Dekan. She added that the Price of diesel fuel had dropped four cents a gallon to $1.12.9. Home heating Oil prices have also been dropping in recent weeks. Dennis Jevne owner of Jevne Home Oil is charging $1.10 a gallon for no. 2 Home heating Oil with a three cents a gallon discount allowed for Cash payments on orders of at least 150 Gallons. This Price is Down from $1.15 a gallon less than a month ago Jevne said. He added that last year at this time Home fuel Oil Cost customers $1.20 a gallon and there were no Cash discounts. Bergman fuel co. Dropped its Price for no. 2 Home heating Oil two cents a gallon to $1.09 this morning according to the company a office manager Vonnie Smith. Bergman offers a two cents a gallon discount for payment on delivery of orders of at least 125 Gallons she added. Smith said today a Price decrease follows a similar drop last week. She said company prices have dropped a total of about six cents a gallon in the past six weeks. At Golden Rule Oil co. The Price for no. 2 Home heating Oil is at $1.10 a gallon with a three cents a gallon discount for Cash payment on orders of at least 125 Gallons. General manager Bill Mueller said that Price can be compared to a Cost of $1.23 a gallon two years ago. Mueller said fuel prices May continue to drop if foreign Oil producers continue to flounder in attempts to negotiate fixed prices. While Mueller held out Hope that prices May continue to drop he tempered that with a remark echoed by almost everyone contacted in today a Survey. In predicting the future direction of fuel prices Mueller said a you just done to really i i c o u p 0 n 1 i i 2 off with this Coupon Simonize paste Wax Job restores original Lustre. Protects against Salt damage. Call 834-2181 for appointment Putnam Heights car Wash 2515 Patton St. Void after 2/28/83 a a a a a a Coupon Mem opening for a Simf Ltd shits 4 Dairy Queen a a season it must be suma16r. Quot Ewry que open opening thursday february 3rd j j60 Menomonie Street watch for our Harding Avenue opening Pac fund $1 million Washington a freshman Republican sen. Pete Wilson is the nations first Pac millionaire common cause the self described citizens lobby says. The organization said tuesday that political action committees so called pics gave at least $1,101,951 to Wilson a Campaign in California last year against former gov. Edmund g. Brownjr. A it does no to Surprise me a said Otto bos a spokesman for Wilson. A we were second nationally in spending for the . Senate. I believe Brown was third. Its an expensive of a a by Amcis Winter clearance Sale fur Coats jackets and hats sync amp Ulcy pm a cd 0p&i a amp to Vulfs Orts a Complete repairs a re styling cleaning available downtown store furriers will be on hand thurs. Feb. 3rd 10 00 . To 5 00 . A to Embra mme breeders association fir product labelled to Abow country or origin of a ported

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