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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - August 3, 1977, Stevens Point, WisconsinPage 2 Stevens Point wis daily journal wednesday August 3, 1977 Ore ships sidelined by strike Duluth Minn. A the rippling effect of a strike by some Iron Ore workers in Northern Minnesota and upper Michigan was making itself Felt in the shipping Industry tues Day on the second Day of the walkout. At least 22 Ore carriers will go to Lay by berths for in definite stays because of an expected shortage of aconite Pel let cargoes a Survey by the Duluth news Tribune indicated tuesday. Taconite is the Low Grade Iron Ore mined on the mesabi Range of Northeast Minnesota. Minnesota mines which furnish about 62 per cent of the nation s Iron Ore needs have been virtually idled by the strike that began at. Mon Day. Linus Wampler District director for the striking United steelworkers said Union negotiators met with representatives of two steel companies in Duluth monday but no Prog Ress was made in ending the walkout. He said no other negotiations had been scheduled. Steel s great lakes Fleet said it will Send 10 of its lakers ships to berths in Duluth Superior Harbor by Satur Day. Eleven others will continue to operate As Long As there is something for them to car a representative for the Fleet said. Cleveland Cliffs Iron co. Said it expects to tie up 10 or 11 of its 14 Ore carriers most of them in Lake Erie ports. The Columbia transportation Divi Sion of Oglebay Norton co. Re ported it will Send two of its vessels to Lay by berths this week in Superior wis. Union leaders say some local issues ranging from incentive pay to safety standards Are involved in the strike. The walkout at 11 mines and processing plants in Minnesota resulted in the Layoff of 500 rail workers by the Duluth Mes Sabe Iron Range rail Wood co., which handles Overland Ore shipments for three major min ing companies. A Railroad spokesman said More of its work Force might be furloughed if the strike drags on. The Burlington Northern Railroad said 17 employees on the mesabi Range and in Supe rior have been Laid off because of the strike and six More will be furloughed by the end of the week. Mining accounts for at least 15 per cent of the employment on the mesabi Range which stretches for about 80 Miles and is around 15 Miles wide. The strikers who earn to per hour have three weeks pay coming but must wait for three weeks before receiving any strike benefits from the Union. Strikers have been told the benefits will be per week. The Union says it has a million National strike fund. The walkout was the first major strike in 18 years in the steel Industry and represents a major test of the 1973 no strike pact signed by steel companies and us officials. The companies contend the Union is striking Over National issues while Union officials say local issues Are unresolved. Winona s mayor wants apology for Earl s remarks Winona Minn. A mayor Earl Laufenberger of Winona has taken exception to criticism issued across the state line by Wisconsin natural resources Secretary Anthony Earl Laufenberger invited Earl to visit Winona for a first hand inspection of sewage facilities in the Southeastern Minnesota City. Last week Earl said his department had considered action against such Riverside cities As Winona which is across the Mississippi River from Wisconsin Earl said sewage problems in Minnesota cities along the Mississippi May prompt water pollution lawsuits in the future. Earl commented after a fed eral judge ordered Milwaukee to clean up its sewage treat ment operations and Stop polluting Lake Michigan. In a letter to Earl tuesday the Winona mayor asked the Wisconsin official to retract his statements and to apologize to the City of Winona for his re Marks. Laufenberger said Winona has not discharged raw sewage into the Mississippi for years and has been granted permits which Are Good through 1982 he also said Winona has signed a stipulation with the Minnesota pollution control Agency in which the City agrees to continue upgrading facilities to meet requirements of the Federal water pollution control act of 1972. Obituary notices Minerva Foxen Minerva Foxen 93, 1118 Wisconsin st., died tuesday evening at st. Michael s Hospital. Funeral services will be held. Friday at Trinity lutheran Church. The Rev. G. James Oliver will officiate. Burial will be in Forest cemetery. Friends May Call after 5. Thursday at the Boston funeral Home and after 10. Friday at the Church. A memorial fund has been established in her name for Trinity lutheran Church. Miss Foxen was born april 17, 1884, in the town of new Hope a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Sigvert t. Foxen. As a child she moved with her family to the town of Amherst where she grew up and attended schools. As a Young woman she worked As a typesetter for the Amherst advocate and for the Stevens Point daily journal. She later worked As a Fly tier for. Frost and sons for 20 years until retiring. She was a member of Trinity lutheran Church Trinity Golden agers and Trinity lutheran love Circle. Survivors include two Sisters mrs. Belva Lloyd 1118 Wisconsin st., and mrs. Elvina Jacobson 1548 Pine st. And one Niece. One sister preceded her in death. Talford Swenson Talford Swenson 80, town of Amherst died tuesday evening at the veterans administration Hospital Madison where he had been hospitalized the past week. He had been ill the past six months. Funeral services will be held. Friday at peace lutheran Church Amherst. The Rev. Terry Peterson will officiate. Burial will be in Scandinavia lutheran cemetery. Friends May Call after 7. Thursday at the Jungers funeral Home Amherst. Or. Swenson was born nov. 15, 1896, in the town of Amherst a son of the late or. And mrs. Sven Swenson. He was a Farmer and lived on the family farm All his life. He was a member of Selma Voigt Post no. 22, american legion Amherst. Surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Herman Gladys harder and mrs. Arthur Tena Christenson Amherst. Two Brothers and two Sisters preceded him in death. Mrs. Carl Inez Schmuck mrs. Carl Inez Schmuck 39, Kenosha a Stevens Point native died Friday in Kenosha following a Brief illness. Funeral services were held monday in Kenosha where she was buried. Mrs. Schmuck was born aug. A daughter of or. And mrs. Lyle Aldrich. She attended schools Here and graduated from. Jacobs High school. She married Carl Schmuck in Kenosha. Survivors include her husband two daughters three sons her Mother mrs. Leona Aldrich 1300 Briggs st. Four Sisters mrs. Charles Marcella Bannach route 6, Stevens Point mrs. Virgil Essie Pierce Whiting mrs. Glenn Patricia Raney Belton mo., and mrs. Robert Nancy Kozlowski Kenosha and three Brothers Lyle Aldrich jr., Milwaukee Donald Plover and Dennis Kenosha. Her father and one daughter preceded her in death. Vance offers credits to lebanese officials Cia mind bending vandals cause Schreiber Welcome ii signs coming Down projects revealed ii Beirut Lebanon a Secretary of state Cyrus r. Vance arrived Here today on the second Stop of his Middle East peace Mission and offered Lebanon million in easy. Credits Over three years to rebuild its army. Vance made the offer to president Elias Sarkis and also sounded out the lebanese Leader on stationing a. Observer or emergency Force along Lebanon s Southern Border with Israel to reduce tensions be tween moslem and Christian forces there. The Secretary of state was to travel on to Syria later today As he set out to win Arab and israeli approval for a plan to move preliminary Mideast peace negotiations to the United states in the form of working groups of foreign ministers. Last month in Washington israeli prime minister men ahem begin gave president Carter his tentative approval for a. Peacekeeping Force in Southern Lebanon. Lebanon disbanded its army during the civil War last year. While Syria retains effective military control of the country the Sarkis government is trying to set up a Force sup ported by Light infantry equip ment. The american credit assist Ance is conditional on approval by Congress. Officials said West european allies would be asked to provide Aid As Well. A series of four predawn explosions Here before Vance s arrival caused concern among officials charged with the Secretary of state s Security. The explosions in both Christian and moslem sections of the lebanese capital shattered a shop and a policeman s private car but caused no casualties. Vance on a 12-Day, six nation tour was scheduled to make a four hour Stop in Beirut on his Way to Damascus where he will sound out syrian president Hafez Assad to the proposal to establish a working group of foreign ministers to prepare for a reconvened Mideast peace conference in Geneva. In Jerusalem the israeli for eign ministry declined to com ment on the working group idea but officials said privately that reaction was positive and Israel would probably agree to it. Vance is scheduled to meet with israeli leaders next week. The working group process developed in two Days of talks with Sadat Calls for consultations among Arab and israeli foreign ministers under. Auspices in Washington next month to prepare for re sumption of the Geneva Mideast peace conference. Vance who will be travelling to Jordan saudi Arabia and is Rael later this week and next week May make a Brief return Here at the end of his Mideast swing to report to Sadat. The working group concept was credited to Sadat. Vance said at a news conference tues Day night that the. Sites would be More convenient for the american Effort to bring the two sides together later this year at Geneva. The change in locale would also give the adversaries time to Deal with substantive issues of disagreement before they finally decide whether they can reach a settlement of their 29 year old conflict. Though Vance was vague on details it appeared the pales Tine liberation organization Plo would be left out of the arrangement. But Sadat insisted the palestinians could not be divorced from the peacemaking process and indicated he and Vance had differed on this question during their two Days of talks in Alexandria. I Don t think i can say any thing now because there Are differences of opinion and we should try to be Sadat said. He stressed instead that Egypt and the United states were both working for a just peace in the Middle East. Washington a Cia director Stansfield Turner testified today that newly Dis covered documents disclosed the Cia sponsored 149 projects involving drugs hypnosis Shock harassment and even magicians As it experimented with controlling the human mind. Turner told a joint hearing of the Senate intelligence com Mittee and the health subcommittee that the project known ultimately As my Ultra took place from 12 to 25 years ago. I assure you that the Cia is in no Way engaged in either Witting or unwitting testing of drugs he said. Turner told the committee the documents hitherto unreported to Congress were found in seven boxes along with financial records in a records Center near Washington. The documents in the form of fiscal records do not include status reports or Progress analyses of the various parts of the project. But he said the Agency is now in Possession of the names of 185 non government researchers and assistants who Are identified in the recovered material dealing with the 149 he said the names of 80 institutions where work was done or with which these people affiliated Are also mentioned including "44 colleges or universities 15 research foundations or chemical and pharmaceutic al companies and the like 12 hospitals or clinics and three penal. Turner did not name any of the individuals or institutions but said most involved Are not aware of Agency he said it should be assumed that those researchers and institutions having cooperated with Cia on a Witting basis acted in Good Faith and in the belief that they were aiding their government in a legitimate and proper purpose. I be Lieve we All have a moral obligation to these researchers and institutions to protect them from any unjustified Embar assent or damage to their reputations which revelation of their identities might Turner said one contribution to a private medical institution s building fund was made through an intermediary to make it appear As a private donation. He said the institution was not told the True source of the gift. Turner said the Cia now has information that some unwitting drug testing was carried on in san Francisco and new York City involving three individuals. We also know now that some unwitting testing took place on criminal sexual psychopaths confined at a state hos Pital and that additionally re search was done on a knockout or k drug in parallel with re search to develop pain killers for cancer Turner said he is working with atty. Gen. Griffin Bell and also Joseph a. Califano jr., Secretary of health education and welfare to determine whether it is practical to at tempt to identify any of the persons to whom drugs May have been administered unwittingly. On tuesday the Cia released documents showing the Agency conducted a secret 25-year project in which mind altering drugs were tested on humans to gauge the drugs ability to disturb memory change sex Pat terns and create Abb rational responses. Those documents revealed a drug experimentation program far More extensive than the Agency has admitted publicly and one which May have been discontinued Only recently. The documents released under the Federal Freedom of in formation act depict various aspects of drug testing and be Havior research and had been cited in a july 16 statement by Turner to Congress. The documents show the Cia decision to embark on a drug testing program in 1949 grew out of concern about the bizarre conduct of Jozzef Cardi Nal Mindszenty who confessed to treason while on trial in Budapest. Originally the Cia set up the program known As project Bluebird to learn More about mind altering drugs. The project was a defensive reaction to the Mindszenty trial and con the documents indicate. But before Long the records say the Cia began to consider using information about the effects of certain drugs in offensive operations. The documents indicate the Cia secretly used Well known medical researchers and institutions in the pro Gram aimed at learning ways to control the human mind. The new York times said funds for the research were funnelled by the Cia to universities mental and other Hospi tals through three private foundations Geschickter foundation for medical research in Washington the Josiah Macy or. Foundation and the society for the investigation of human ecology inc. Brown county judges appointed Madison wis. A the appointments of n. Patrick Crooks As a Brown county judge and Richard c. Green Wood to a circuit judgeship in Brown county were announced today by acting gov. Martin Schreiber. Both Are from Green Bay. Crooks will replace judge Richard Ferrall who has re tired Greenwood will succeed judge Donald Gleason who re tires at the end of August. Crooks 39, is a notre Dame Law school graduate. Green Wood 51, now serves As Green Bay City attorney and As Brown county court commissioner. Schreiber also appointed Rob Ert Goold 32, of Fennimore As Grant county Coroner. Water service shutoff corrected an accidental water shutoff which affected businesses on 3rd Street tuesday afternoon was corrected quickly. Water was turned off intentionally on 2nd Street in con Junction with a sewer construction project but 3rd Street customers were affected too including the water depart ment building. At first it was thought the cause was a valve turned off last Winter when Mains were breaking in cold weather and which had t been reopened. But said William ohm administrator of the water and sewage departments it was later discovered that the problem was a couple of new valves installed along the sewer route which had been left closed. Jerry s meat Market Good old fashioned service 1724 Monroe st. Cut ground to order 341-4010 open 9 to 6 Fri. Sat. 9-3 fresh lean country style spare ribs fresh Honey bratwurst in. In. In. 1 in Iverson Park for the third Day in a Row Stevens Point police received a report of vandalism at Iverson Park. Between 3. Tuesday and 7. Today police said someone broke four Glass blocks in the former girl scout Lodge at the Park. Between 3. Monday and 7. Tuesday someone Bent the Metal seats on eight picnic tables. Estimate was made of the damage. Pat s. Teofilo 316a 6th ave., told police that someone took some cigarettes jewelry and a sweater from a bedroom of her apartment Between 3 and. Monday. Estimate was made of the total loss. A 20-piece socket set Worth was stolen from the car of James e. Kalpinski 516 2nd st. N., Between 10. And 2. Tuesday while the Auto was parked at k Mart 111 division. While the car of Mary j. Mat son 601 John s drive was parked in the 100 Block of 2nd Street n. Between 4 and. Tuesday someone removed the Battery and Cut a Battery Cable. Estimate was made of the loss or damage. Someone entered the unlocked car of Mary l. Jagod Zinski 2704 Church st., Between and. Today while it was parked in the Southwest quadrant of the Public Square and took her purse containing and personal items. A two Man Orange Nylon tent was stolen from the Yard of John e. Anderson 1808 Clark st., Between 10. Monday and. Tuesday. The value of the tent was unknown. Between. Monday and. Tuesday someone Cut a screen and broke Glass in a door to a guidance Counselor office at Stevens Point area senior High school. Police said nothing was apparently taken. Madison wis. A plaques saying Martin j. Schreiber governor welcomes visitors to Wisconsin have been ordered taken Down Only a Short time after being put up. Removal of the new signs has been ordered by officials in the state department of transportation and the office of act ing gov. Martin Schreiber. The plaques Are coming Richard Ehlenfeldt Schreiber s Agency Liaison said shortly after learning that they were being affixed to the Large Wisconsin shaped signs at 22 state line Highway locations. It came As a Surprise to Dale Cattanach the new state transportation Secretary said of the Schreiber signs. Cattanach said the 10-Inch High 46-Inch wide plaques had been ordered removed because Schreiber is actually acting governor and because there has been some sensitivity about him using the title gov Schreiber 38, became full time acting governor when gov. Patrick j. Lucey became ambassador to Mexico last month. Cattanach said the plaques would be stored for use in Case Schreiber is elected to a four year term As governor in 1978. Item added to Agenda discussion of a Resolution for approval of redesigning a new county building has been added to the Agenda of the Portage county space and properties committee meeting at 7. Thursday in the county con Ference room of the county City building. All children deserve a Chance do you know of any children with Phy Sical mental emotional or learning problems who Are not receiving educational services no matter what their problem or its severity they Are entitled to an education. It s the Law. Help us find children with handicaps who Are not receiving educational ser vices. For More information Call toll free or Send this Coupon to Wisconsin child find Washington Square Madison we 53702 your name address. City state zip Telephone local school District Beltane hearing Aid service Check cleaning for most makes of hearing aids checkup and replace tubing where 2223 Church st. When Friday August 5, 10 to 5 v Reuben finer free electronic hearing test certified hearing Aid audiologist while we of course can t Promise a hearing Aid can help everyone Many will Benefit from the better hearing an Aid can provide. There is one Way to know. Stop in to have an electronic hearing test to determine your particular degree of if you can t come in Well come to you. Just Call us. Repairs batteries and supplies for most makes. Rueben filter hearing Aid specialist Beltane hearing Center 2223 Point. 341-4250 featuring 25 varieties of luncheon meat prices effective thru sat., july 30 Plover Whiting Lions club presents Golden Sands festival August 6-7, 1977 Lake a water ski show Kite act pyramids Bare foot saturday August 6, 1977. Sunday August 7, 1977. Sunday August 7, 1977 11 Parade 12 noon Chicken dinner games live music All Day by rhythm Kings 2-e August 6, 1977 2 5 water ski show 3 fireman s water fights. Games live music the Jolly chaps 6. Old time country Aires. Brats refreshments Earl s carnival Lake Sacawa Hwy. A on Hoover in Paperi

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