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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin Sun Prairie skates into Wila semifinals see sports Section the Friday March Wisconsin outside Dane county Cia chief soviet military buildup threat Low William Webster by Patrick Tyler Washington Post Washington Cia director William Webster thursday said it is highly unlikely that there Ever will be a reversal of the col lapsing military threat from soviet and Warsaw pact forces in even if soviet reformer Mikhail Gorbachev is ousted from Power and replaced by a repressive in the strongest statement to Date by the intelligence Community on a key aspect of National Security web Ster told the House armed ser vices committee that even if a Hartline regime were to oust Gorbachev and engage in bloody repression of millions of soviets seeking new freedoms and re such a regime would have Little incentive to engage in major confrontations with the United states and would be unlikely to indulge in a major military build websters remarks could have significant Impact on the debate Over the Bush administrations proposed billion defense budget for fiscal websters remarks Drew enthusiastic response from chair Man Les whose committee is preparing to make the deepest cuts in the de sense budget in More than a dec this was a major piece of Testi Aspin said after the hear but he declined to say How websters assessment May be translated into defense spending in contrast to websters re defense Secretary Richard in separate testimony to a different congressional panel continued to warn that a possible reversal of soviet liberalization could Lead to a resurgent soviet military the conflict in their testimony reflects the continuing dispute be tween Central intelligence Agency and defense department Intelli gence analysts Over whether a historic Transfer of resources is underway in the soviet Union from military production to civilian consumer websters Testi please Sec Back Page cocaine blamed for death cops seek drug source by Mike Miller capital times staff writer the death of Deon who died in police custody after being arrested for the Rob Bery of a Walgreen store wednesday has been attributed to and while officials say they Are satisfied that police acted properly in the an investigation into the source of Richardson co Caine is Dane county Coroner Ray Wosepka said an autopsy conducted by Milwaukee county medi Cal examiner Jeffrey Jentzen showed Rich died a sudden death associated with cocaine Wosepka said a final autopsy report will not be completed until reports of toxicology tests Are those tests Are expected to show the amount of cocaine and metabolites in Richardson at the time he police chief David Couper called the Inci Dent a tragedy All but said he is satisfied officers used proper procedures Couper gave the following account of the arrest and death of Richardson at about Richardson went into the Walgreen store at 2829 Washington where he snatched a bundle of Cash from a then fled on a Security guard at the store chased Rich Ardson for about six blocks until Richardson gave up the Chase and collapsed in a Snow when police officer Denise Baylis arrived on the Richardson was still lying in the Couper and was assisted to a squad car after being please see Back Page step by step Henry capital times Jerry Christiansen demonstrates the Art of making fishing rods to students at Mcfarland elementary the demonstration is part of interim a program at the school featuring guest speakers and Field Soglin opposes wheel Calls it regressive by Mike Ivey capital times staff writer Madison mayor Paul Soglin said while he agrees there is a tremendous Public subsidy for the Automo he Doest see a wheel tax As a Way to reduce property taxes or fight Urban this is an Issue that very dear to my heart but i dont think a wheel tax is a Good Soglin said Soglin was reacting to an idea by a member of the City transportation commission who said a wheel tax could change Public perception about the Auto Mobile As Well As reduce property taxes and limit Urban Mark an assistant professor of Urban and regional planning at the University of Wisconsin Madi said a tax per car could reduce the property tax by a wheel tax also raises other possibilities for land use or Green space Hanson Hanson said local govern ments pay for the Automo bile directly through High Way building and indirectly through costs of air and water losses to society from human injuries and the Cost of land used for the Highway the premise he is working from is said adding that million of the cites Mil lion budget is probably related to the but Soglin said a wheel tax would not reduce prop erty taxes and would be meaning it be based on ability to City comptroller Paul Reilly said a tax per car save most residents any Money on their property tax according to an owner of a Home with one car would save Only if the same Homeowner had two he or she would end up los ing an owner of a Home with one car would save but the same Homeowner would Only save if he or she owned two please see Back Page objects to religious symbols Monroe Man wants Monument removed by Kim Tschudy capital times correspondent Monroe resident Gary Pattinson has asked the Monroe City Council to remove a Granite Monolith in Cit owned Lincoln the Monument has carved on it the ten commandments and several other religious in a Pattinson told the Council he believes the Kim Tschudy a Monroe Man objects to Monument with the ten commandments curved on it on City Patti sons letter also asks the Why does the City of Monroe promote Christian beliefs and Only Christian beliefs with this display who said Hes not a religious said he sees his request As fighting the religious people Are always at my he i dont suppose the City would let me put my Reli Gion in the and if they allowed everyone to put their religion in the City there would be no room to walk he described the 5foot High Gray Granite Monu ment As kind of in attract it looks like a Tomb Stone that should be in a graveyard he also questioned if the placement of the Monolith in a City Park crosses Over the constitutional line of separation of Church and please see Back Page Back Home from Mccamm defends trip Paul Soglin by Dan Allegretti capital times staff writer Scott Mccallum re turned from a controversial week Long Trade Mission to China to face a barrage of questions today from reporters Over the propriety of doing business with the who has come under fire from chinese students and others for the said the chinese complied with the delegations demand that the Mission not be used for propaganda Mccallum spent most of a half hour news conference defending the which he characterized As the highest ranked american delegation since the june events in which hundreds of democratic minded students were massacred in Beijing Tiana men Wisconsin and the rest of the have much to gain from improved Trade with Mccallum one such Benefit to Wisconsin agriculture would be a lowering of High chinese tariffs on of which the state is a major besides increasing Amer ican businesses should consider joint ventures and the United states ought to be increasing in vestments and working with the he asked whether there is any government in the world with which he would not like to see Wisconsin doing Mccallum i cant answer he said he does not know whether the state please see Back Page no kidding toy firm has 14yearold vice president b1ihndex by Todd Richissin the associated press Union for Mary playing with toys is just another Day at the but As vice president of a company that expects More than million in sales this the 14yearold is not just playing the eight grader is an executive for catch a Manhattan based company that develops and licenses other companies use kids to test their but catch says none of them have reached the executive ranks like she takes taxis or limousines from Union City to her office in nearby Manhattan three times a her High school and College education is already paid and she has a Stock portfolio that includes in vestments in Walt Disney Gen eral electric and the Hershey if an ideas Good i say she explaining her if theres some thing to i say what needs to be done to fix things kid stuff its More than said catch presi Dent Barbara most kids cant say specifically what their problem with the toy just say i dont like or this int with Shell say it needs More colors or More of this or Shes just very Carver Shes very perceptive and willing to speak her Mary wont say How much her Stock is but its More than she would make setting up a lemonade she Doest draw a and she cant touch the Stock catch has put in Trust for her until she turns for paying for the stocks and limousines and the office is Worth Shes Able to Tell us which Way to develop things Early Carver that Way we dont get All the Way to the end of the Road and find we should have done something her latest project is a balloon in a patented cloth it can be hit with a Bat or stick and can even be sat on without when Mary first bounced it the sack was made of White i told them it was too she they needed something to liven it i told them to put on some Neon the sack now is a Patchwork of Brilliant volume classified dear deaths local news marketplace pm to subscriber service 2526363

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