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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Janesville, Wisconsin Monday december 13, 1982�? the Janesville Gazette Page 3 news in Brief i Blackhawk tech mail program to look at 83 Economy a half Day program titled a economic Outlook for 1983�?o will be featured at the Holiday inn in South Beloit 111., on wednesday Jan. 12. The program will begin at 8 20 a m. And continue through the noon hour with Hep Les. Aspin d-wis., As the luncheon speaker. Additional workshops Are planned for the afternoon. Among the featured speakers will be Russell Kafka chief economist with the heritage Wisconsin foundation or. Hay Plantes chief economist with the Wisconsin department of development Joseph Domitrz of the us Whitewater College of business and economics Roy gust president of the heritage Bank in Beloit and Donald Myers president of do manufacturing. The program is being sponsored by the greater Beloit association of Commerce the us Extension Rock county and the Small business development Center at the us Whitewater. A $10 registration fee will cover the noon luncheon and a Coffee break information fliers and registration forms Are available from the greater Beloit association of Commerce 365-8835, or the us Extension Rock county in Janesville 755-2194.you can phone Cullen tonight state sen. Tim Cullen a Janesville will conduct Telephone office hours from 6 to 8 . Monday dec. 13. Anyone wishing to talk with Cullen May Call 752-8124. Cullen said he will try to assist anyone with questions problems or concerns. He said in the past he has been posed questions concerning unemployment compensation social Security and pending Board meeting tonight the Janesville town Board will conduct a Public hearing at 7 30 tonight at the Hill Crest school to discuss meeting and office space , cars can be trouble for cats any shelter in a storm is the motto of cats during cold Winter weather and that can mean trouble when shelter is under the Hood of a car. Cats often curl up under car hoods during Winter particularly those whose engines still Are warm from recent trips warns the Janesville society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. As a result felines can be maimed or killed by fan belts when cars Are started the Spca notes. Persons who have noticed cats at Large Are urged to bang their hoods or sound their horns to warn unwary cats before starting their cars. Dona buys Axle business Harvester Sells assets wins supplier concessions Chicago apr International Harvester struggling to avoid bankruptcy says it has sold its Axle and transmission business and received commitments of $800,000 in concessions from suppliers with pledges for another $9.4 million. The Chicago based heavy equipment manufacturer said Friday that it had completed the Sale of its Axle and transmission business to Dana corp., Toledo Ohio. Harvester said the Sale includes assets of the Plant in fort Wayne ind., but not the land or buildings. Harvester will continue to operate the Plant and handle personnel matters but Dana will be responsible for the assets the Chicago company said. Harvester sought increased concessions from suppliers in a restructuring package that will allow conversion of up to $350 million of interest and debt principal into equity by the company a lenders who have agreed to Exchange local professional president elect of mental health group Bob Long associate administrator of programs at the Rock county health care Center has been installed As 1983 president elect of the Board of directors for the mental health association in Wisconsin. The association is a Volunteer organization that promotes mental health programs and legislation through a network of county state and National affiliates. The organization is reviewing proposed changes in Wisconsin a insanity defense Law and has made recommendations to Anthony Earl to increase funding Levels in the 1983-85 budget for key mental health programs. Recommendations include in creased funding for school programs for emotionally disturbed children increased funding for services to the unmet needs of 6,800 chronically mentally ill wisconsinites and establishment of parity in the state Community Aid level of funding for All social service programs. $3 Worth of debts for every $1 Harvester won in concessions. The company originally set a goal of $50 million in assistance from its 5,000 suppliers As part of a financial restructuring of the company but the goal was increased to $85 million last month. The suppliers provide provide vehicle sub assemblies parts and service. Only $50 million of the $85 million would qualify for the conversion of debt to equity on a three for one basis. The fort Wayne Plant eventually will be phased out As Harvester transfers its truck Assembly operation from fort Wayne to Springfield Ohio and Dana works the new assets into its own operations. About 600 people work at the Plant. Under the agreement Dana will take Over production of Harvester designed axles which Are Standard equipment on Harvester medium and heavy trucks and will Supply parts for Harvester trucks. Europe a journey of Faith under spiritual direction of father Richard j. Lenarz experienced International traveler pastor. St Jude Parish. Beloit 16 Days Depar n9 "3rch a 1799 returning March 24th no hurry no worry just the most relaxing sixteen Days you can imagine with a Small group of congenial people like you the Best hotels meals lets sights and accommodations everywhere All inclusive from to new York Rome Florence Pisa Vatican City French Riviera Lourdes Barcelona Madrid Lisbon Montserrat Fatima papal audience you la be warmly welcomed everywhere you go in Europe you la never forget the picturesque villages breath taking scenery historic churches and shrines Send this Coupon Tor Complete information to Rev. Richard j. Lenarz St. Jude rectory 747 Hackett Street Beloit. Wisconsin 53511 dear father please Send your Tolder to f a i phone 365-1647 name address City zip 2nd semester schedules the second semester class schedules have been printed and Are being mailed to each household in the Blackhawk technical Institute District which includes most of Rock and Green counties. Registrations and applications Are now being accepted for the second semester in both the credit and noncredit program areas. According to the student services office at bit procedures for new students who desire to enrol the second semester for credit classes toward either a diploma degree or certificate have been set up the first step is for the person to Contact a Counselor at bit. For individuals interested in business marketing or agriculture courses Contact is. Susie Thomson in room 460 of the business and marketing building on the Central Campus for trades and Industry classes Contact Dan tester in room 301 of the Trade and Industry building and for classes in the Beloit Campus in Home economics health occupations fire science police science or Small Gas engines Contact Dennis Jackson in room 105 of the Beloit Campus. Counselor will make sure that course selection and advisement procedures Are followed class schedules Are completed and authorization is Given to Register. Students will then have the data entered into a computer and have other registration matters handled such As student identification pictures and health information cards the final step will require the student to report to the Central Campus business office located in the administration building to Complete permits for registration tuition payments and applications for graduation. They will also pay their fees at that time. Business office hours open for payment of fees Are 9 a m to 4 . Monday through Friday and until 9 . On thursday dec. 16. Students will report for their first scheduled classes on Jan. 5. Registration dates for new daytime students enrolling in one year or less programs is 9 a m on dec. 14 and 15 and i for students enrolling in two year programs. New student evening registration will be held at 6 30 . On dec. 16. All programs in the business and marketing areas will have openings for new students the second semester with the exception of data processing. However general education classes for data processing do have openings. In the trades and Industrial areas All programs have waiting lists but there May be some last minute openings if some students do not show up the first Day of class. Also there Are openings for All general education classes in the health occupations Home economics police and fire science and Small Gas engine classes at the Beloit Campus with waiting lists being taken for interested students in those programs continuing students at bit should have already received their registration information. If they have not they should Contact their Counselor immediately. Also persons who have not received their 1983 Winter semester Day and evening class schedule in the mail by dec. 17 should Contact bit at 756-4121. Did you know one fifth of the worlds crops is eaten by rats. / Quot Winter warmth polypropylene underwear this is the amazing second skin that adds warmth for your cold weather sur Ivalet i do term in is the underwear to have. Whether outdoors person office worker construction worker or skier. Regular and super warm.1995 38blackhawk outfitters open daily 10-8, saturday 10-5, sunday 11-5 937 n. Washington 754-2179 Momy my l a a new higher paying % Money Market account Myca Christmas membership special 54 so. Franklin St. 754-6654 earnings per annul december 14 thru december 31, 1982 Start earning High Money Market rates now at Blackhawk credit Union. Dividends Are posted monthly based on an average of the daily rates declared by the credit Union. An initial Deposit $2,500 is All that is required to open a Money Market account. Should your balance fall below $2,500 the rate paid will be equal to the rate paid on regular savings. Deposits must be $100.00 or More. Withdrawals must be $250.00 or More. Withdrawals May be made by share drafts in amounts of $250.00 or More up to 3 times per month. Telephone transfers May be made to another account in your name up to 3 times per month. 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