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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin state journal coming sunday millions of people will join hands sunday in an attempt to form a human Chain from new York to California. They Hope to raise Money to help the hungry and the homeless in the United states As Well As draw attention to their plight. Several Hundred Madison area residents Are travelling to Illinois to become a part of hands across America. Buses will travel sunday to Paxton iii., where a Quot Madison Miles is to take shape. State journal feature reporter Kris Kodrich will be on one of those buses capturing the excitement and flavor of the historic event. His report will be in tuesdays Wisconsin state sport major league baseball american Minnesota. .8 new York. 10 Milwaukee. .7 California. 5 Oakland. .5 Cleveland. 3 Detroit. .1 Toronto. 1 Boston. .2 Chicago. 4 Texas. .1 Kansas City. 1 Baltimore. .7 Seattle. .5 National Chicago. .4 Cincinnati. 1? Houston. .1 Pittsburgh. 9 St. Louis. .3 Montreal. 4 Atlanta. .2 san Francisco. 3 Philadelphia .8 san Diego. 7 los Angeles .2 new York. 4 Herbst leads us Wisconsin s Stephanie Herbst set a conference record in the 10,000 meters and the badgers finished 1-2-3 in the javelin to take a commanding Lead in the women a Competition at the big ten track and Field championships Friday. In the menus Competition Point standings showed Iowa leading with 29 Points followed by Wisconsin with 19, Minnesota 18 and Indiana and Illinois with 10 each. Details in on to today noon a baseball a Houston at Chicago cubs cd. 15. 3 . A Golf a third round of the memorial tournament live from Dublin Ohio cd. 3. 3 p. In. A Motocross a the world super Cross finals taped at the los Angeles coliseum cd. 15. 3 30 . A wide world of sprays a a super run americans Road race a live from Lake Tahoe Nev. The grand prix of Monaco taped May la report on sundays Indianapolis 500 cd. I. 5 . A Goon fishing with babe Winkelman a an gling for Trout on Reindeer Lake in Northern Saskatchewan cd. 3. 5 . A Indianapolis 500 setting the Pace a a look at How the race serves As a showcase for advances in automobile technology cd. 27. 7 . A braves baseball a Atlanta is. St Louis webs. 7 . A nil Stanley cup finals a Montreal at Calgary esp. Change up fraternity takes big leap Vancouver British Columbia apr the flying Fiji frogman from the University of Washington have finally leaped their Way to expo 86. It took 109,000 jumps and 106 hours for members of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity to leap Frog 602 Miles Between Friday and wednesday but they arrived at the worlds fair and raised $10,000 for the american diabetes association. The 14-member team began hopping around Seattle Friday and on monday 12 hoppers were still healthy enough to Battle cold and cramps and head North up Highway 99. Quot it was fun for a while then it got to be a real Job Quot said Brett Earl a 20-year-old chemical engineering weather Central today partly to mostly Cloudy and mild. High near 68 with East winds 5 to 10. Tonight mostly Cloudy with a Chance for showers. Low near 49. East winds becoming variable 5 to 10. Details on Page 8. 21 drinking age fails by Doug melt and Paul a. Nix state government reporters an exhausted state legislature went Home Friday night after failing to resolve the searing Issue of raising the states drinking age. Fridays events were highlighted by the Assembly a defeat of a proposal put together by a Senate Assembly conference committee that established a 21-year-old drinking age but allowed 18, 19 and 20-year-Olds in taverns to drink nonalcoholic beverages. After much wrangling the Assembly decided about 9 30 . To go Home for the memorial Day weekend. Another conference committee will Convene tuesday and the legislature will return wednesday to continue the drinking age debate. Gov. Anthony Earl called the legislature into special session this week to consider the higher drinking age Issue. But the Assembly quickly became divided Over the emotional Issue. Supporters of a higher drinking age maintained that they had the votes to a Bill would crack Down on cocaine a Page 5 a session at a glance a Page 5 pass a a a clean version of a higher drinking age Only to be thwarted by the Assembly a democratic leaders. However Assembly speaker Thomas Loftus a Sun Prairie countered that it was not his responsibility to round up the votes for a measure he opposed. Loftus also said he could have killed the Issue a number of times if he wanted to. A i Haven to a clue was How rep. Jeffery Neubauer a Racine the Assembly a chairman of the new conference committee responded when asked what will happen tuesday. Earl has said he will keep calling the legislature Back to Madison to consider a higher drinking age until the Issue is approved. Earlier Friday Earl endorsed the conference committees proposal but the Assembly voted 45-52, on approval both houses debated the drinking age Issue Well into Friday morning before handing the matter Over to the conference committee. The Assembly a defeat of the conference committees proposal came shortly after 5 . The Senate never considered the Compromise. A major problem with the proposal developed Over allowing 18-year-Olds into taverns even though they drink. Allowing underaged people into taverns was a Concession to the tavern league of Wisconsin which opposes the higher drinking age in part because it probably would Cut alcohol sales. Opponents argued that it would be nearly impossible to ensure that underaged people drink once they entered taverns. Senate majority Leader Tim Cullen a Janesville said the provision allowing underaged people in taverns was a a Sham and a he said the Senate unlike the Assembly withstood intense tavern league lobbying. Rep. Marlin Schneider a Wisconsin turn to Page 2, col. Trade aides firing aired by Patricia Simms of the state journal a the Wisconsin state journal the states contract with its former Southeast asian representative included a $50,000 annual salary an $11,000 annual housing allowance full state health pension life insurance and retirement benefits and airfare for an annual trip to the United states for him and his wife documents showed Friday. The records also indicated Victor changes contract was ended by the department april la in a letter which said Chang alienated Wisconsin a european office by a derogatory remarks about women a failed to respond to department Tel exes and a antagonized . Government officials in Hong Kong. A was we have Only seen this antagonistic behaviour and nothing of the helpful positive attributes required for this position we Are terminating your contract immediately a wrote Deputy Secretary Greg flyer and Stephen Lotharius director of International business development. In a letter from Hong Kong last week Chang said Lotharius told him on april 15 that the termination letter would not be placed in changes contract file if Chang would resign quietly. A a. That is an at stoicism from state senators from left Lloyd Kincaid Fred Risser and Jerome Van sistine. Massacre pinned on syrians Rome saturday apr Italy prepared 20 International arrest warrants for syrians wanted for complicity in the dec. 27 massacre at the Rome Airport that claimed 17 lives Italy a largest newspaper reported today. Corriere Della Sera said that prosecutor Domenico Sica a judge heading Italy a investigation into the attack Drew up the warrants after questioning Mohammed Sarham the Only surviving terrorist from the Airport assault. Three terrorists were killed during the attack. Sica said earlier that Sarham a confessions revealed that he left Damascus Syria for Europe to stage the attack and Likely had syrian support. No one answered Sicas office Telephone Early today and an official at the office of Premier Bettino Praxi said no one was available for comment. In another development the government on Friday night ordered eight libyan diplomats to leave Italy bringing to 19 the number of libyan diplomatic employees expelled. Three diplomats from the libyan embassy in Rome were asked to leave a for behaviour inconsistent with their diplomatic status a a foreign ministry spokesman said. He would not elaborate. The five others Are diplomatic functionaries three at the Rome embassy and two at the Milan consulate he said. A they Are being asked to leave As fast As possible a the spokesman added. Libyan ambassador Abdel Rahman Shagam was summoned to the foreign ministry and told of the decision. The spokesman said the expulsions were a reply to libyans expelling 25 italian diplomats and staff on May 12. Libya said it expelled the italians and la other West european diplomats in retaliation for similar measures against its diplomatic envoys in Western Europe. Today a newspaper report which did not identify its sources said 20 people a seemingly All of syrian nationality a were accused in the warrants of complicity. It said the accused included a High government functionaries a including one involved in military air Security in Damascus. No other details were offered. The corriere Della Sera report did not say whether the warrants actually were issued. But it said Sica and other investigators Felt compelled to draw them up after questions of possible syrian involvement resurfaced in Public this week. An International arrest warrant already was issued by Italy for Abu Nidal the palestinian terrorist who Sarham reportedly implicated Early in the interrogation As the Mastermind of the attack. Five americans were among those killed or fatally wounded when the terrorists opened fire near the Al Al and Twa ticket counters at Leonardo a Vinci Airport. About 80 people were injured. Three people were killed and 40 were wounded in a nearly simultaneous attack by terrorists at the Vienna Airport. A in by nightly news a in a report from Stan Bernard in Rome quoted unidentified sources in the italian judiciary As saying International arrest warrants were issued in Italy for 20 syrians believed to be in Syria or Lebanon. It said the warrants were based on information supplied by Sarham. . Expels s. African for Cross Border raids Victor Chang tempt to deceive the Wisconsin Public that is doomed to fail a wrote Chang who remains in Hong Kong. A it is also a highly improper offer for a senior state official to the documents were released by Hyer after Dane county District attorney Harold Harlowe threatened court action on thursday under the states open records Law if the contract file was not made Public. Hyer told the Wisconsin state journal turn to Page 2, col. I . Times a the United states on Friday ordered the expulsion of South africans senior military attache in this country in response to South african raids monday against targets in Zambia Zimbabwe and Botswana. The action was the first tangible step taken by the Reagan administration beyond verbal denunciation of the attacks. But the administration reaffirmed Friday that although other Steps might be taken it had no intention at this time of either recalling the . Ambassador from South Africa or imposing More stringent economic sanctions. Administration officials said however the United states would use an assortment of political tools to try to press the South africans to Stop such Cross Border operations and to discuss with Black leaders How to do away with apartheid and open up the country a political system to participation by the Black majority. Later Friday at the United nations the United states and Britain vetoed a Security Council Resolution that called for selective International sanctions to punish South Africa for the raids. Twelve of the 15 Council members supported the Resolution and France abstained. The United states and Britain had both declared their willingness to join other Council members in unanimously condemning South Africa for the raids. But the two Western Powers walked at binding International sanctions even though they already had imposed limited economic restrictions of their own on South Africa. In Washington Secretary of state George Shultz was said by aides to be particularly angry at the South africans Over the raids. He is said to believe the raids served no useful purpose. The state department in announcing the expulsion said a we Trust that this action will make Clear to the South african government that the United states cannot tolerate disregard of the sovereignty of South africans in addition to expelling the attache brigadier Alexander Potgieter the department said it was recalling the senior american military attache in Pretoria col. Robert Hastie a for it also said South Africa would not be permitted at this time to replace Potgieter. The South african embassy asked about the expulsion had no comment. Pick a Little talk a Little the state Assembly at animated Odds Friday. From left reps. David Clarenbach a Madison John Merkt a Mequon and Robert Jauch a Poplar. A state journal photos by a. Craig Benson

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