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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 11, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin Outlook sports Leisure / travel just for kicks soccer programs goal is a Good time see 7h sunday March la 1990 Madison Wisconsin Mccoy a future is Rosy see id Uwi a big Day Cha map Chuchuk Mcaa Champion favor see 1b Madison East my boys win Advance to state see 1b, 7b Wisconsin state journal it it it puerto Rico Cuba Quot to Fla a it t am mgr 300 Milos Miami Mhz i-1 it a a is Lamair a dominican Jamaica Republic Caribbean v sea w a cd a f i. It Venezuela Good Reading treaty crisis cult in inside City built on garbage a can we change first of a four part series by Tim Kelley City government reporter digging through the cracked pavement of John Nolen drive the Power company workers found garbage. Machines digging a Trench for a new electrical line uncovered half Century old Glass bottles Metal cans newspapers and other refuse. A they were finding All kinds of things a recalled Warren Somer Feld a City official who visited the scene. Madison was built on garbage. Dozens of dormant dumps lie buried beneath City streets and Parks near Homes and lakes. You May live above one dump play softball atop another Golf above a third swim next to a fourth. A a they re everywhere a Somer Feld said. Law Park today a thin Grassy strip forming Lake Monona a Northern Shore was a dump from 1941 to 1946, state records show. Madison Gas and electric workers dated the garbage by Reading Well preserved bundles of 50-year-old newspapers. A a there a garbage All along there by the Railroad tracks under the shoulder from Broom to Blair streets a Somerfeld said. Madison was built on garbage. But local officials and environmentalists agree that garbage now More plentiful and poisonous than Ever threatens to Bury it. Events unfolding this year Are challenging Wisconsin residents and elected officials to reconsider their throwaway habits. For example a nearly seven of every eight state landfills a most in Rural Wisconsin a will be closed by the end of this year because they done to meet new . Environmental Protection Agency standards. About too will remain in operation statewide but Many of those will fill up quickly because of the expected dump shortage. Only to new dump applications Are pending with the department of natural resources said nag Laxmi Sridharan a state solid waste specialist. A the Dane county Landfill will be full by the end of 1992, said Dennis Sopcich county solid waste manager. Either county officials or a private Developer must overcome opposition to their proposed dumps or the county May have to ship waste elsewhere at High Cost. Even if one or two private dumps win state and local approval the county still needs its own Landfill a Warzyn engineering analysis said. A dead dumps have returned to please turn to Page 14 a col. I a City on a dump/14a a landfills face fight/15a a dangerous dumps/15agarbage dumping old habits today garbage glut Wisconsin a legacy of waste monday recycling not a solution by itself tuesday incinerators Panacea or problem wednesday the glut what can you do quest for democracy China a repression disappoints Bush. By Robert Pear new York times Washington a president Bush and Many officials in his administration say they Are deeply disappointed by the failure of the chinese government to relax its repressive Rule in response to numerous conciliatory gestures by Bush. The american officials explained divisions within the chinese leadership compounded by fears about a resurgence of the democracy movement in China after the rapid democratic change in Eastern Europe have made it difficult for Beijing to respond As Bush had hoped. Those concerned about the meager results so far include the architects of Bush a policy and some who carried it out including Deputy Secretary of state Lawrence Eagle Burger. He acknowledged in recent congressional testimony that repression continued after his please turn to Page 8a, col. I. As e. Europeans begin free elections by Jonathan Kaufman Boston Globe for More than 40 years elections in Eastern Europe have been a matter of Dull routine a Best captured by a poster in Prague that showed a Man preparing to vote with a string attached to his Arm so that All those alongside him raised their arms and voted the same Way starting this month All that will change. Eastern Europe is about to embark on a series of elections that will transform the Region. From East Berlin to Bucharest voters will be going to the polls in the first free elections since communists came to Power in a series of coups and staged elections in the late 1940s. The results Are Likely to be As varied As the popular revolutions that produced them please turn to Page 2a, col. I a Brandt reassures poles/9a i wor1d/9a i people/17a i opinion/18-19a sports i morning briefings i scoreboard/10b metro state i area briefs/2c i obituaries/6c my doors i helping pheasants/8c jut look i classified Money a Bob bjorklund/3f a farm markets/7f look a recipes 4g a Ann landers/9g Home a House plan/12g showcase Quot a recordings/3h a radio/4h a diners scorecard Gaiashk ibos Bridges two world self this works have a Jam session take a bicycle wheel some plastic Hose the Bottom of a plastic pop bottle a toy truck some twine and the indispensable duct tape and you la get. Strawberry preserves so says Dave Rieland left state journal photo Joseph w Jackson Iii who explains the components and processes of a machine he and other us Madison students designed and entered saturday in the Rube Goldberg contest on Campus. Does it work details/4c. Dogged by protesters Avril quits 20 years of help for kids Stephanie Leifer right May be Only 15 months old but with the help of her parents and a special program she is learning to overcome Muscles weakened by a birth defect. The Lake Delton child was referred to the Portage project a program designed to help parents teach their disabled children. Begun 20 years ago the project has become internationally known. Details la. By Steve Hopkins Wisconsin state journal Reserve a the Lac Courte Oreilley Indian reservation sprawls across 70,000 acres of North Woods Cut Over and Lake country following somewhat irregular boundaries Between Hayward on the West and the Chippewa Flowage on the East. The Lac Courte Oreilley Are a Lake Superior Chippewa tribe one of six occupying reservations in the Northern third of Wisconsin. The other tribes Are the Lac do Flambeau the mole Lake the bad River the red Cliff and the St. Croix. In theory you could stuff two cities the size of Madison onto the Lac Courte Oreilley reservation. In fact the reservation is sparsely populated with an estimated 2,229 of the tribes 5,217 members living there. There Are some scattered residential areas. The seat of tribal government and the Center of social activity Are Here at Reserve. Gaiashk ibos pronounced gosh y state journal wire services port a Prince Haiti caving in to a week of nationwide protest and intense pressure Haiti a military strongman it. Gen. Prosper Avril resigned saturday As president and commander in chief of the armed forces. Avril 51, who Rose to Power in september 1988 in a revolt by soldiers demanding democratic Rule was immediately succeeded by maj. Gen. Herard Abraham the army a interim chief of staff. Abraham said he would turn the country Over to a provisional civilian government within three Days. New elections Are to be called within three to six months political and diplomatic sources said. Adam Shub a state department spokesman hailed Abrahams Promise As being a in conformity with the spirit of the Avrill a departure followed five Days of violent mass protests in which at least three people died. The unrest was sparked by the apparently accidental killing of an 11-year-old girl by a Soldier during a demonstration near Petit gave. Groups paraded through the streets with tree branches representing the uprooting of the old system As they had done after former president Jean Claude a baby Doc Duvalier fled the impoverished Caribbean nation on feb. 7, 1986, it was Haiti a fifth change of government since Duvalier a flight into exile in France. The television station Tele Haiti said teen agers shouted slogans outside the House of a special police agent in the slum suburb of Martis Sant and that the agent and backers a a wildly opened fire killing six. Radio Metropole said seven people were killed. Avrill a resignation was announced by a uniformed Abraham in a Brief and apparently recorded message on radio and television at 2 05 . Cost. The diplomatic sources speaking on condition of anonymity said Avril would leave the country within two Days. Critics said a brutal crackdown in january on government critics made it Clear that Avril intended to renege on a Promise of fair elections and make himself a dictator. Abraham and the army want to give the interim presidency to supreme court president Gilbert Austin who was appointed by Avril As chief Justice last year after serving As the general a Justice minister. However the opposition coalition a the Unity Assembly a said Austin would Hie a puppet of the army and that it wanted him to resign As president of the High court. Today a forecast showers and thunderstorms. High 61. Showers and thunderstorms tonight. Low 47. Details Back Page. I bos is a name you will hear spoken Here often. Gaiashk ibos 39, is tribal chairman and occupies the most visible seat of tribal government. He was elected to the tribal governing Board in 1983 and was elected chairman in 1986. He is into his second non consecutive two year term As chairman. He basically is the tribes chief spokesman its chief negotiator. It please turn to Page 16a, col. I state journal photo a Roger Turner Lac Courte Oreilley tribal chairman Gaiashk ibos seen As Man for the times. A k

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