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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Janesville, Wisconsin A to i vue toy trains wanted i am looking for various brands Ages and types of toy trains to Futi a a to Levi r round out my collection. Lionel flyer Ives Etc. Pre-1940 and Cor a a ?�=sisjnir�rt5i Tain better items of recent years. Give your trains a Good Home please describe such As numbers lettering on each. Writ or. Snyder at Box to 2001,Janes Yum a a it re a i x. Vin tax to. I $. Parker dr., Janesville a 53545or��1i-4h-m-i7m. Winter specials tuesdays wednesdays thursdays a thursdays All you can eat 4 30-7 30 . Spaghetti pasta a7c garlic bread a salad bar my i 2 extra children 10 4 under eat in Only 25 per year tuesdays pizza 5-10 . Eat in or carryout a wednesdays All you can eat 4 30-7 30 pizza $095 salad bar is extra eat in Only children i0& under 25�?T per year state police intent on keeping Holiday revellers off roads by Debra Riemer of the Gazette staff Drivers who take to the roads while aglow with More than their share of eggnog and Holiday cheer May face a sobering and costly Surprise this Yule season state police Are watching Southern Wisconsin roads especially closely this year. The Effort to keep drunks and speeders off the roads is called the Winter emphasis program. It is being operated in specific areas by the Wisconsin state patrol Dane. Rock and Green counties will be among them said capt Jerry Blied. Commander of patrol District i other target Points include Tomah. Eau Claire and Milwaukee. Highways where accidents intoxicated driving arrests and speeding Are common will be monitored by off duty troopers at specific times. Troopers Are being paid overtime through a Federal Grant in Rock county Highway 51 from Beloit to Janesville is a special concern that Road will receive special emphasis from 6 . To 2 a m beginning Friday the hours were determined because of extensive amount of accidents and arrests logged on Highway 51 then Blied explained. A we want people to know about this program we done to want to be a sneaky Petesz about it a Blied said because Advance knowledge of a traffic enforcement program generally raises caution among travellers results of the program which started in Dane county last weekend have not been determined yet. But Blied estimated they will be Good a summer program conducted by the state patrol seemed to curb Acci dentist Blied explained adding that same effect is anticipated from the Winter program traffic fatalities have decreased he noted but added a we wont be satisfied until we end up at Zero it May be an impossible dream but we wont Stop until we reach the program coincides with National Drunken and drugged driving awareness week proclaimed dec 12-18. The need for awareness is obvious. Last year 25,000 people roughly 35 percent of them Ages 16 through 24, were killed by intoxicated Drivers. Drunken Drivers also were responsible for the permanent crippling of 125,000 victims and for injuries to 650,000 a people. December was selected for obvious reasons explained dred Carels a noted psychologist and vice president of a nationwide network of alcohol and drug abuse treatment hospitals called car units. A a on any Given weekend one out of every to Drivers on the Road is drunk during the holidays this figure is probably higher a Carels said. A we know that at least 65 percent of the nations adult population will drink this Holiday Wisconsin in t the Only state to warn drunks to stay off the roads state police in Illinois have gotten on the bandwagon by initiating an enforcement programs called a raid a and a citizens group with the same goal is called raid is an acronym for an intensified program that will remove alcohol impaired Drivers from the Road. Aaimo a goal is to see that once in court Highway drunks get their just penalties. Because most intoxicated Drivers Are nabbed Between Midnight saturday and 3 a in sunday on . 251 Between Rockford 111., and Beloit that Highway again will be watched closely. The number of weekend arrests jumped dramatically to 46�?during november when additional police began working under the auspices of raid the program is part of a federally funded 10-state program aimed at curbing drunk driving aim also launched a petition drive asking Wisconsin legislators to raise the minimum drinking age from 18 to 21. They ask Wisconsin to a please realize what your Law is doing to so Many families across the Border a said an aim member following Are some tips to Cut Down on Drunken driving a drink in a responsible manner. Limit your intake to less than one ounce an hour know your limit. Done to drink fast sip for enjoyment accept a drink when you really want one. A if you re depressed done to drink alcohol is a depressant even though you May feel a Short term sense of Confidence and Well being a eat food or drink milk before drinking alcoholic beverages. Also eat something while drinking to absorb the alcohol. When dining out have your drinks with dinner not after. A follow the Rule of allowing one hour of recovery time for each cocktail Beer or ounce of alcohol consumed before trying to drive. This permits the blood alcohol level in your body to drop. A remember thai Champagne is absorbed into the bloodstream faster than any other alcoholic beverage it is followed by hard liquor wine and Beer a done to drink if taking a cold remedy. Most cold remedies contain antihistamines that can double or triple alcohols Impact a intersperse juice soft drinks or water to give you the extra fluids you la need besides dehydrating your body alcohol destroys sodium and potassium. A be aware of weather conditions extra traffic and other Drivers who might not have followed these tips. Drive defensively reduce Speed allow a Safe interval Between cars and be prepared for sudden unexpected stops. Local of unit recognized As detachment Gazette photos by Gary Porter a police report arrested a David l. Rosen 23, route 7, charge of carrying a concealed weapon i after suspect allegedly approached an a off duty sheriffs Deputy with an air Hose that had a Metal regulator secured at the end. Arrest occurred on Highway 51. A William j. Blank jr., 27, of 66 s. River disorderly conduct charge stemming from a Domestic disturbance at 733 Kellogg a Craig s Halstead 21, of 621 s. Willard charges of disorderly conduct and shoplifting after suspect allegedly stole a Pitcher from Rocky a pub amp Deli 209 i w Milwaukee and failed to cooperate s with an investigating officer. A Dennis s. Jacobson 33, of 1415 Gartland disorderly conduct charge. Suspect arrested at 339 s. Pine. A Randy o. Sanwick 21, of 814 Jack a son. And a 17-year-old Janesville boy on charges of Battery after a Rural Janesville Man reported being beaten after he followed a car that had driven across his Lawn. The Man suffered a broken nose and facial lacerations and contusions. A Mark a. Welch 22, Edgerton on charges of reckless use of a weapon and criminal damage for allegedly shooting at and damaging a parked bicycle while returning on foot from a Hunting trip. A Dawn m. Voie 18, Beloit on charges of resisting arrest and obstructing an officer after she allegedly gave a false name and struggled with a sheriffs Deputy during a traffic Stop. Reported a a assault involving a 58-year-old Monroe Man. Victim treated at mercy hospitals emergency room for facial injuries after being knocked to the ground by a White male outside an Arch Street tavern a theft of a Blue Spruce tree from the John Pember property 448 s Atwood tree was about four feet tall. A break in at new image health club 409 w Milwaukee. Nothing believed stolen a break in at Rock county Buick a 3636 e. Milwaukee two Glass doors damaged. Nothing believed stolen. Intoxicated driving arrests a Connie l. Peterson 28. Of 2224 Bond at 8 48 . Sunday after her car hit the Back of an Auto that was parked on Milton Avenue and owned by Lisa Werner 509 e. Milwaukee. A Curtis a. Neumueller 37, of 1431 e. Van Buren at 3 15 a m. Sunday after his car Slid into an Auto that was parked on Hawthorne Avenue and owned by Randy a. Wuthrich Janesville. Neumueller also cited for hit and run. A David a. Mawhinney 19, of 3428 e. Roamer at 9 20 . Friday on 1-90 at Woodman Road. A John l. Knoll 22, Monroe Center at la 45 a m. Friday on Highway 26 and Highway 14. A David r. Ness 19. Footville at 2 05 a m. Saturday on Highway la West of the City limits. A Kurt Taylor 24, of 511 Kellogg at 1 45 a m. Sunday in the 1500 Block of South Jackson Street. Taylor also arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle without an owners consent. A Teresa l. Waren 24, Beloit at 8 52 . Sunday on Kellogg Avenue and Center. A Robert j. Helmus 66, of 2921 Randolph at 4 07 a m. Sunday on Kellogg Avenue and Adel Street. A Dale e. Crossley 19, of 5322 Driftwood drive at i a m. Sunday on Parker drive and Sherman Avenue. A Arthur w. Edwardson 42, Beloit at 6 45 . Saturday on Highway 51. Weather Sunrise 7 18 Sunset 4 20. Saturday s Low 7 -14 c High 31 my. Sunday slow 2 -170 High 21 6c. Today s temperature 28 -20 at la am. Low a year ago today v9, High 36. Mean temperature for saturday 19. 38 year mean temperature for dec. La 24.4. Mean temperature for sunday 11.5. 38 year mean temperature for dec. 12, 25.2. Airline tickets avoid Airport confusion and delays our prices Are identical to airlines uni Globe travelling. Open i Days a week . A Sot. Ii Sun. 12-5 Janesville mall next to . Cinemas 752-2323 merry Christmas specials reduced prices on framed prints starting at too Register to win a framed print by Rock county s own George s. Bachay gift certificates Bateman poster no Purchase necessary Paintin place 600 s. Academy the 32nd military police company located in Rock county was Given formal recognition As a detachment unit in ceremonies saturday at the Janesville National guard armory. First it. Fred Falk top detachment commander salutes members of the local group below during the ceremony the local unit started Here As a platoon of a Milwaukee based company in september 1980 with less than a dozen personnel the local detachments present strength is 44 members. The unit was detached from the Milwaukee company because of the Strong support shown in Rock county and Active recruitment Falk explained. Under the reorganization the detachment has been designated for 51 members and it is authorized to exceed that level if recruitment continues on the upswing Falk said the local unit could become Large enough to Divide into platoons of its own which would provide opportunities for promotion locally. The Rock county unit was also cited for detachment recognition because of its proximity to Madison. The Rock county unit could be called up quickly by the governor or the Wisconsin National guard commander in Case of an emergency Falk said. Members of the local military police detachment train at the Janesville armory one weekend per month and participate in two weeks of training at fort Mccoy each summer 3 Hurt slightly in single Accident a one car Accident on Highway 213 just Southeast of Highway 59 on saturday left three Rural Evansville residents with minor injuries Rock county sheriffs deputies reported. The Driver Thomas e. Kenney 26, route 2, Evansville complained of a sore Back after the Accident while Karen d Brown 29, route 2, Evansville also complained of a sore Back and neck and Sean p Brown 6, same address sustained cuts to his lip and hand. Kenney was South eastbound at 3 . When his car left the Road and struck a Road sign embankment and Fence reports said. A 19-year-old Evansville Man received a head bump in a two car collision saturday morning at county n and Charley Bluff Road deputies reported. Charles d. Anderson was injured when his car and one driven by Betty j. Johnson 49, Milton collided at 7 25 a in. Is. Johnson who was ticketed for failing to yield from a Stop sign pulled out from a Stop sign on Charley Bluff Road into the path of Andersons car which was eastbound on county a reports said. Two persons were injured in Sepa rate traffic accidents in Janesville Over the weekend police said. A 32-year-old Janesville woman was ticketed for intoxicated driving about 1 10 a m. Sunday after an injury Accident involving two parked and unattended vehicles. Cited was Carol e. Reid 32, of 18 n. Atwood after her car ran into the Back of a truck parked near the Mckinley Franklin Street intersection. The Impact pushed that vehicle owned by Robert Dix 209 Mckinley into a car parked ahead of it and owned by Rodney Alderman Edgerton. Is. Reid suffered a Cut lip in the crash. A 7-year-old City boy escaped serious injury in a pedestrian car Accident about 7 . Saturday on East Milwaukee Street near the 1-90 overpass. The youngster Clifford c. Babler 3104 Village suffered bumps scrapes and soreness when he apparently darted into the path of a car being driven by Sherry s. Rud 22, of 3107 void. No tickets were issued. Open till 8p% a a Mon. . A a a sat. Till 5 . Sun 12 to 4 Midwest camera 463 s. Randall 754-7737 or. Donald w. Boughton general practice of chiropractic office hours by appointment . 9 00-5 00, tuesday 9-12 754-4216 152 s. Franklin st., Janesville ordering cod postal service prompted by customer reports that some businesses Are shipping unsatisfactory merchandise cod the postal inspection service is advising customers to be sure they Are dealing with reputable companies before ordering merchandise. R l. Oldham regional chief postal inspector at Central Region Headquarters in Chicago said dissatisfied Consumers first should correspond with the sender. He emphasized that the dissatisfaction should be resolved Between the customer and sender. A but if the customer believes a merchant is involved in blatant merchandise misrepresentation he or she should refer the information to the regional chief postal inspector Chicago 111. 60607,�?� Oldham said. He added the postal service provides cod service and is obligated to collect upon delivery and remit immediately to the sender. He said cod mail May be properly sent under these conditions the mail must Bear the Complete names and addresses of sender and addressee and the goods shipped must have been ordered by the addressee. The addressee or his or her representative May read and copy the name and address of the Mailer while the cod mail is in the Possession of a postal employee said Oldham. However. Examination of the contents May be made Only after the cod charges Are paid and delivery is made he said. He added that the addressee always has the option to refuse to accept delivery of a cod article. He said the majority of business people who use the mail Are legitimate and ethical in the conduct of their businesses but he suggested that Consumers keep in mind that whenever an offer seems too Good to be True it probably Isnit. Kasten to continue fight on interest dividend withholding a Federal withholding tax on interest and dividend income is slated to go into effect in july but sen. Robert Kasten r-wis., has vowed to fight its implementation a withholding is one of the worst things you can do when you Are trying to get the Economy moving again a Kasten said. A savings and investment wavers on Gas tax pm. 18 Are key to economic growth and the american people now save less than any other people in the Western the to percent tax will be withheld automatically by Banks and savings and Loans. A instead of providing additional incentives to save Congress voted last summer to literally Rob the Saver of the benefits of interest compounding and dividend reinvestment by instituting the withholding provision a Kasten said a was a result $3 billion will be taken out of the private capital Market and will no longer be available for Home mortgage Loans Job creation or capital the tax a is an attempt to get at the Small percentage of taxpayers who fail to report interest and dividend income but will penalize the other 90 percent he said. Incumbent declares for Board of education Gary Pergande 35, Janesville has declared his candidacy for re election to the Janesville Board of education. Pergande a general motors Assembly division employee will seek his second three year term on the Board. Three seats will be filled in the Spring election which is scheduled for april 5. Secession try fails Trenton a. Apr when their Tennessee neighbors got Federal disaster Aid some residents of flood damaged Dade county tried to secede from the state of Georgia. But now secession backers have backed Down. The try to become part of Tennessee was launched in september after gov. George Busbee declined to seek Federal Aid. Your son or daughter into alcohol and drugs. Call Abaris Center for help 364-1144 431 olympian Beloit i. is the smartest Kip the Eyer met i want a Silver rep m. Worlds of amp my dlr amp Hectric typewriter with a 0mh-6tef corrections key. Y f that . X amp dont f0r6et wut1w. 3 repeating key up spacii1pu"-Elktricretort and it lots wore. I Hope they re Mot All Sone by now f now on Sale at Warmke office equipment. Inc. 1305 Woodman Road Janesville wis. Serving the Janesville area for 35 years. Quot Happy holidays Page 2�? the Janesville Gazette monday december 13,1982 take care when

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