The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin on November 7, 1983 · 7
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The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin · 7

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Monday, NOV. 7, 1 983 Th Post-Crescent, Appleton-NMnah-Menasho. Wis. A-7 InWisconsin Animosity reigns between Earl and Maier Look at last two years, Proxmire says of aid ( MADISON (AP) - Sen. William Proxmire, D-Wis., says state government should look at the bright side of the $1.9 billion in federal aid which Wisconsin received last year, not the fact that the decrease from 1981 was proportionally larger in only one other state. Proxmire said one reason federal aid to Wisconsin fell 17.6 from 1981 to 1982 was that it had risen $300 million a year in each of the two previous years. 1 "Nobody said anything about that," he told an interviewer. "There were no stories. It wasn't even back among the furniture ads. The only time news about these things surfaces is when it's bad." Proxmire said federal aid to Wis-, consin is really holding its own when 1981's peak is disregarded. Gays Mills honors Marine bomb victim GAYS MILLS, Wis. (AP) - About 350 people gathered at the North Crawford High School gymnasium Saturday to attend funeral services for a Wisconsin Marine killed in a terrorist bombing in Lebanon Oct. 23. Lance Cpl. Jesse James Ellison, 19, of Towerville was among more than 200 Marines and Navy personnel killed in the bomb blast at a headquarters building at Beirut for U.S. troops participating in a multinational peacekeeping force. Ellison, was graduated from North Crawford High School in 1982. A Marine honor guard accompanied the flag-draped casket. Ellison, the son of Kenneth and Ginny Ellison, was the first Wisconsin Marine confirmed to have died in the Lebanon bombing. Services for two other Wisconsin Marines killed in the blast, Lance Cpl. Walter Kingsley, Wisconsin Dells, and Lance Cpl. David Gander, Milwaukee, were slated today. 1 0 killed in weekend accidents across state By Th Associated Press At least 10 people died on Wisconsin highways over the weekend, raising the state's 1983 traffic fatality toll to 641 today compared to 651 on this day a year ago. Brenda Witt, 23, of Boyd died early Saturday in an accident at the intersection of Chippewa County Trunks H and S south or Stanley. Lillian Kent, 77, and her passenger, Allen Hermanson, both of Gilmanton, were killed Friday night in a two-car collision along Wisconsin 37 five miles south of Mondovi in Buffalo County. Pamela R. Moss, 33, of Saukville; Harold Sauer Jr., 18, of Grafton, and Jeffrey Theis, 18 of Grafton died after vehicles driven by Moss and Sauer ' collided on State 32 at about 1 a.m. Sunday, the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Department said. The driver of a third vehicle, which slid into the accident, was treated and released. William J. Steffes, 18, of Mineral Point was killed at about 1:25 a.m. Sunday after his car crossed the center line of State 151 and struck a semi-trailer about three miles north of Mineral Point. Roderick Morrison, 25, of Madison, died at about 9:30 a.m. Saturday after he was struck by a car on a Mid-dleton street at about 1 a.m. Saturday. Arnold Boos, 47, of Chippewa Falls died following a two-vehicle crash at about 9 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Chippewa County Trunk S and State 124. Christopher Calnin, 22, of rural New London was killed when the car in which he was a passenger overturned on Outagamie Trunk A in the Town of Grand Chute. Wait 'til next year, says town that flunked HASTINGS, Minn. (AP) After failing the last drill, Dakota County officials are gearing up for the next test March 13 of government response to a staged emergency at the Prairie Island nuclear power plant near Red Wing Federal evaluators said after the last drill, in October 1982, that Dakota County was not prepared to handle the effects a radioactive gas leak would have on the southeast corner of the county. Northern States Power Co., the plant's owner, has given the county $21,000 to pay for improved radio equipment and training for the test. NSP officials said the utility is especially concerned about the county's performance because the Nuclear Regulatory Commission can require the company to shut down Prairie Island if the county can't protect the public. UW 5th in number of foreign students MADISON (AP) - The UW-Madi-son campus ranked fifth nationally last year in foreign student enrollment, according to the International Institute of Education. The recently released report said UW-Madison had 2,680 foreign students registered for the 1981-82 school year, making up 6.3 of the total fall enrollment of 42,230. Nationally, people from other countries comprised 2.7 of about 12.4 million total students. Miami-Dade Community College in Florida had 4,186 foreign students to lead all schools. There were 6,166 foreign students in the state last year, a 14.8 increase from the previos year, ranking the state 15th in the U.S., the report said. It said California had the largest foreign student population last fall with 49,715. Asian students makeup most of the foreign student growth, the institute said. There were 119,650 Asian students enrolled nationwide for the 1982-83 year, a 12.7 increase from the previous year, the institute said. MADISON (AP) - Gov. Anthony S. Earl says his relationship with Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier couldn't get any worse, but that if it could, it probably would. "Of all the people and all the groups, I guess the only one where the relationship is totally broken is with Henry. I have just about given up on that," Earl said in an interview. Maier and other city officials have accused Earl of reneging on a 1982 campaign promise concerning state aid to municipalies. The 1983-84 budget actually provides municipalities with more than they got last year, but not as much as Maier says Earl promised when he was shopping for election votes. The mayor has also expressed outrage with Earl for insisting on building one and perhaps two penitentiaries in downtown Milwaukee over the protests of property owners. The Democratic governor said he has good relations with some persons on Maier's staff, "but with the person at the top, there is no relationship." "I don't go out of my way to pick confrontations because I don't think it is fitting that the chief executive of the state's largest city and the governor do battle over everything," Earl said. "But sometimes it seems that I can't say anything but that Henry will react negatively," he said. Earl said some of Maier's animosity may stem from the fact that he supported Dennis Conta against Maier in the 1980 mayoral election. The governor said he would not campaign against Maier next spring if the mayor runs for re-election as expected. "I don't feel about Henry as he apparently feels about me. I don't think any purpose would be served by 'getting rid of him,' and frankly I don't even think it's my province to consider such a thing," Earl said. Today's chuckle Reminder to biologists: clones are people two. (Copyright 1983) I mm m- mrtfi ffcOrrrrroriMl i i.ijiiiii iiikiic i i i r 1 - - - 1 I r-r ar r t w t t i p w i r i i r t innU'ilk'ilihMlfiliWCT Introducing Taste that delivers IN THE MONEY SAVING Jj pack it X X X X : -X . x X 4 " x-&k:Xx X Cx ux Xx ' W Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. X? v.v "vv ""xXCn? 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