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Repercussions follow India's nuclear test By MYRON U BELKIND Associated Press Writer NEW DELHI, India (AP) India's underground nuclear explosion has set off a chain of international repercussions that Prime Minister 'Indira Gandhi might find hard to control. The blast boosted her prestige at home, but it altered the region's diplomatic checkboard and angered key Western aid donors. It posed an immediate danger to detente between India and Pakistan that had only recently begun after.the strains imposed by their 1971 war. After learning of the blast. Prime Minister Zulflkar Ali Bhutto of Pakistan vowed never to succumb to Indian "nuclear blackmail or hegemony" and indicated he would go slow in normalizing relations. The chairman of Pakistan's Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Munir Ahmad Khan, hinted Tuesday that his country might have to push for its own nuclear capability in light of the Indian test. India told Pakistan, as it told other critics abroad, that the the techniques of building a nuclear reactor and using it to ' produce plutonium. Plutonium used to trigger the explosion is presumed to have come from a Canadian-aided reactor at Trombay, near Bombay. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's chief foreign policy adviser, Ivan Head, has said the blast might cost India further Canadian nuclear training. Policeman is indicted MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — The Hennepin County, grand jury Tuesday indicted a Minneapolis policeman ori a charge of rape and a Nebraska man on a charge of attempted rape. The policeman, Ronald Bender, 25, and Wellington Bath, 28, Omaha, were charged in an incident involving a Bloomington, Minn., woman May 10. The complaint alleges the incident occurred during a party in the building where Bender lives. Bond issue rejected HUTCHINSON, Minn. (AP) - Hutchinson voters Tuesday rejected a $550,000 bond issue for the construction of a 55,000- square foot civic arena with in- Ferjis Falls (Mi.) burial Wed., May 22,1974 2 door ice. The bond issue failed by a vote of 804-596. Most world reaction to the test has been unfavorable, like severe criticism aired Tuesday by delegates to the Geneva disarmament conference: The United States and Canada, two countries on which India relies heavily for aid, said any nuclear blast furthers world nuclear instability. "There is no difference at all between a nuclear device and a bomb," said one Western diplomat here. "You can take the deuce exploded Saturday, put it in an airplane, fly it over a city and drop it. That's a bomb." "What really burns us up is the timing of this test," said soother top Western diplomat. "It came just when the Indians were appealing to us to understand their special economic problems." For two months, India has been pleading with Western aid donors, who meet in Paris early next month, to reschedule debt repayments and pledge more • economic assistance. "There is no question that in the long run governments will probably hold back some aid because they feel that India has diverted money and resources frpm^more important economic priorities," one diplomat observed. . The most crucial assistance in nuclear technology 1 came from Canada, which trained Indian scientists in the 1960s in services Saturday Services for Mrs. Anton (Minnie) Evavold, 89, who died May 20 at Crestview Manor Nursing Home, Evansville, will be held at the Grue Lutheran Church Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. William H. Colbeck and the Rev. Lynn H. Luthard will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Evavold was born in Lund Township, Douglas County, July 25, 1884, a daughter of Nels and Anna Lang. She was married to Anton Evavold at Battle Lake June 12, 1912, and they farmed in Eagle Lake Township. Her husband died Nov. 20,1968, and she continued to live there until two years ago when she entered the nursing home. Surviying are two sons, Arnold of Battle Lake and Karold of Ashby, nine grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. She also leaves three sisters and three brothers. They are Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Minneapolis; Mrs. Oscar (Emily) Larson, Evansville; Mrs. Cyril (Lillian) Barnack, Clitherall; Rudolph Lang, St. Cloud; Edwin Lang, Battle Lake and Hans Lang, Boise, Idaho. Visitation at the Nilson Funeral Home, Ashby, all day Friday, Friday evening and Saturday morning. I Memorial Day Picnic Special save icx 12 OZ. SCHWEIGERT SLICED LUNCHEON MEAT Schwergert luncheon meats are leaner than ordinary luncheon meats. Your choice jof : Regular bologna . . . beef bologna. . .summer sausage. .. coito salami . . . garlic bologna . . . thick sliced bologna. Dciler: As our eg«n:. red**rr. \>-, s cc-.pcr. ic- ice or, t!~ of a 12 or cacvjge o' Sch«e.;ert S :ced LurxJ-ecn th s ccup&i io Schft-e-strt Meal Co . c/o Green da-.: Be* 93. Le Sueur. Mr. 560ba tte *..! :h-n pay >aj 1 t-a^oi r.g Tfc i c"er void .r a-.y $ra:e c - iccaity »f cn^.r.Ted. cr restr ;itd ty li* Fras.<J C-a-se Any calicr. of ir s copper, cor*M.:es f'a.d ir.oices p- c>ases »i:rvn 90 days o! s;,"cer! s:s:k to ccrf k.'eai : C:>mp ..,^ : ..:L..^, ^yi- . &* •aft .-•••, ^ PROPOSED TO ABANDON 9 JRUt.GTON NORTHERN BRANCH LINE WADENA JCT. TO BATTLE LAKE 30.75 Miles 1 in OTTER TAt CCXJNTY, UttU ABANDONMENT PROPOSED - A public meeting arranged by Rep. David Fjoslien at the Viaing School Thursday at 8 p.m. will give residents an opportunity to voice opinions about the proposed abandonment of the shown portion of the Burlingtoi Northern railroad. Application has been made to the Interstate Commerce Commission to abandon the line from the Wadena junction to Battle Lake. R.M. Gleason, a BN attorney, will be present at the meeting. College instructor discusses his fight against Multiple Sclerosis BySAMMACALUS Owalonna People's Press MANKATO, Minn. (AP) Struck down by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) nearly five years ago, Edward Olson has fought back against the disease. "You have to keep your head up. People can always make something worse than it actually is," says Olson, 33, who is a part-time mathematics instructor at Mankato State College. "MS has slowed me down a lot," he says. "My whole heart's in teaching. It's difficult for anyone to teach when he has trouble walking or working.at the blackboard." Unsteady walking is only one symtom of the disease of the central nervous system. But Olson tries-to go about his daily business, even though his legs are weak. "I don't think my students are distracted by me. In fact, since my legs are weak, 1 have been using an overhead projector which projects what I write on a screen," he explained. "Iput out an evaluation sheet to see what students had to say about the math course. Without asking anything about the overhead projector, a number of them commented that-they really liked it." Despite his handicap, Olson says classes are usually run smoothly. Students occasionally ask the teacher if he is a Vietnam War veteran when they see him having trouble walking. A 1962 graduate of Mankato State, Olson received his master's degree from the same school in 1966. He married the former Diann Hedin of Cannon Falls, Minn., in 1967 and they moved to Columbus Ohio, where both taught school. He atten'ded night classes at Ohio State University, working on a doctor's degree in math. Mrs. Louis Olson of Ellendale, Minn., said her son discovered he had MS in 1969 when his hand and arm became numb and his legs were rubbery. "After he finished his tests at school, he came home and went to the Mayo Clinic," she recalls. "After a week of tests at the clinic, he was informed that he had Multiple Sclerosis." we could see that we couldn't let him down." Olson recalls that, "at first it was difficult living with the fact that I have MS. But I had an excellent doctor at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. My wife and parents and family in Ellendale have also helped make the difference. We have to make the best of it." Olson's wife teaches in the Mankato school system. The couple have no children. "The rug was pulled right out from under the whole family," says Mrs. Olson." We all said 'Why Edward'?" The first few months after the diagnosis were difficult, his mother said. His eyesight was bad and he saw double, but that situation improved. Now he is able to walk with a cane. "When we first found out that Edward had MS we felt very bad. But he has unproved a lot. If he doesn't get the relapses researchers talk about, we'll be very happy. He's one of the fortunate ones, I guess," added his mother. "It wasn't difficult for our family to accept the fact that Edward has MS. At first we kind of fell down with him. Then Over-70 group seeks $3 million in pay In 1905 the first lighted ball slid down the pole atop what was then the new Times Building and the area became known as Times Square. Driving less these days can save you more than just gas? «s-c re ar-cu; State Farm's C3* r s.'3"ce savirgs ?o r ceociev.'-oarebehinri the *hee 'esso':sn duetc t".e gas s"o:;age. HAROLD ROVANG MINI MALL CITYSHOPPINGCENTER 122 West Cavour Fergus Falls OFFICE: 736-5633 HOME: 736-4478 Lite a good neighbor, State Farm is there. ' By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Writer CHICAGO (AP) - An pver- the-hill gang of former Chicago policemen is out to get $3 million in back wages from the city. But there doesn't appear to be much hope. "Our bunch numbers about 1,500 and we think the city owes us about $3 million it took out of our pay checks in the Great Depression years of the 1930s," said Abner Bender, ringleader of the over-70 group. "If we are going to get the money it had better be soon — a lot of us won't be around much longer," he said. "Maybe we should be called the under the gun gang." Bender, 74, was on the Chicago police force from 1922 until retiring in 1950. His group has hired attorney John Cusak Jr. to push its case. "Back in the Depression the city simply didn't appropriate the money to meet the full paychecks, it didn't have the money to give," Cusak said. "There isn't too much hope of getting it now, but we are researching the entire legal question." "Almost every payday the city would withhold $10, J15 or even $20 from our paychecks," Bender said. "They said we would get our money back later, but we never did. In those days patrolmen got $99.21 every two weeks. We didn't quit and get another job because there weren't any." He figures those still alive — including widows — are entitled ' to about $2,150 each. Henry Weber, Chicago corporation counsel, shudders at legal problems involved. "For instance, the heirs of dead policemen might sue the city formoney," he said. "They could contend Chicago was discriminating against men who had died before it decided to pay." Weber and Cusak agree the case comes under the doctrine of laches, which holds that a lawsuit must be filed within a reasonable period of time. But Cusak adds: "I think the old timers are getting a kick out of the whole thing. But it is typical at this juncture to try to get them something or put the matter to rest for always." Living with the disease presents some limitations for the former basketball and football player at Ellendale High School. "Part of my suggested therapy from the Mayo Clinic is that 1 get 12 consecutive hours of rest each day. This isn't true for all MS patients, but that's what the doctors have prescribed for me," he explained. "You can imagine what 'this does if I want to go to a hockey or baseball game. It just about cuts out all evening activities. This is one way my wife has been affected. Of course, physical participation in things such as bowling is also difficult. In addition to teaching at the college, Olson also worked for a tax firm on weekends and does some tutoring. He added: "But, 'I can't do some of the things I enjoyed doing before." Services held for Fred Rao, 59 Memorial services for Fred Rau of St. Cloud, formerly of Fergus Falls, were held May 18 at the Methodist Church in St. Cloud. • Mr. Rau, 59, was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rau. He is survived by his wife, the former Leone Curtis, three daughters a son, his mother and three sisters. (First Publication May n. Wl) Permit No. MN 0027667 Application MO : MtJ 0037467 NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) PERMIT PROGRAM (Section 402, Federal Water Poili/tion Conirol Act, AS AMENDED) JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE Proposed NPDES Per mil to Discharge into Navkjsble Waiws U S. Environmental Profeciion Agency, Region V, Permil Branch, \ North Wackef Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60A06, 312 353 1^4. Ja'nt PL*I:c Notice NO.: 44M0343. Namt and Address en Applicant: City of Ashby, Cily Hall, Asnby, Mirv*$ola 64909. AVnne&oia PtKlution Control Agertcy, 1935 West County Roaa B?. RowviHe, Minnesota 551)3. Altenlion: Section of NPDES Permits 61? »6 7»4. joint Public Notice lssu«d on; May n, 1974. Name and Address of Facility where Drscriarge Occurs: The minicipal waste water treatment facility Ashby, Minnesota. Receiving Wat*r: Little Grani Lake. NOTICE: The above named appckwt r<as applied lor an NPDES Permit lodischarge into the designated receiving water and re-quested state Certification oi »id discharge. The permit will be issued by eiiher the U.S. Environmentar Protection Agency or other NPDES issuing authority The applicant is a municipally *hat operates a wastewater treatment facility which is located in the E v> of the NE'4 of Section 10, T13CN, Pelican Lake Township, R41W, Grant County. The wastewatcr, which consists of normal domestic and municipal wastes" is discharged at one location into Little Grant Lake. The proposed permit lerm is (or a period, of three 13) years. On the basis Of prelim'nary staff review and application of applicable standards and regulations, ihe Regional Adminisirator of il>e U.S. Environmental Protection Age/icy or .other NPDES issuing authority proposes to issue a permit for the dischargesybiect to certain effluent limitations and special conditions. The State, after review of all tne comments and objections, also proposes lo issue a certification pursuant to Section 401 of the Federal yvater Pollution Control Act, as amended. State ceriifjfation will bot be necessary il the NPDES Permit issuing authority is granted to Ihe State prior to issuance. The proposed determination to issue an NP DES Permit is tentative. Interested persons are invited: lo submit written comments upon me proposed discharge. Comments &houtd be submitted in person or by mail no later than 30 days after the joint public notice of this application is issued. Deliver or mail all comments lo: Mrs. Carolyn Cates, Region V, Permit Branch, U.S. Environmental Agency, 1 Nocin Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606. The application and [o^nt public notice numbers should appear next to me above address on Ttie envelope and on each page of any submitted comments. Ail comments received no Pater than 30 days after tne joint public notice is issued will be considered in the formulation of final determinations. Trie U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or other NPDES authority will issue final determinations In • a timely manner after the expiration of the public comment period. Copies of all comments and objections received will be transmitted to the Slate. The application, proposed permit including proposed effluent limitations, special conditions, comments received and oth.er documents are available for inspection and may be copied at a cost of 20 cents per page al the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at any lime between 9:30 a.m. and 3:X p.m., Monday through Friday. Copies of the Joint Public Notice are available at rto charge at Ihe atfdress shown above tor the designated Stale agency and the U.S. 'Environmental Protection Agency. Pleas* bring the foregoing to the attention of persons wtwm you know would be interested in Ihis matter. (First Publication May 22,19/4) Permil NO-: MN 0023141 Application • NO.: MN 0033U1 NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) PERMIT PROGRAM (Section 40?, Federal Water Pollution Control Act, AS AMENDED) JOINT FUIL1C NOTICE Proposed NPDES Permit to Discharge inio Navigable Waters. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Region V, Permit Branch, 1 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60604, 3l7'ttMU6 Joint Public Notke No.: 44M03W. Name and Address of Applicant: City of Daiton, village Han. Oalton/ Minnesota 5*3W, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 1935 WeM County Road B2, Rosevilte, Minnesota S511J. Attention: Section of NPDES Permits 412-WJ23A. Joint Public Notice issued on: M*y 72, 1974. Name and Address of Fdcilily where Discharge Occurs: The municipal waste water .ireatment facility, Dallon Waste Treatment Plant, Oalton, Minnesota 56324. Receiving Water: A Land Locked Slough. NOTICE: The above'named applicant has applied for an NPDES Permit todischarg* into the designated receiving water and requested Slate Certification of Slid •discharge. The permit will be issued by either me U.S. Environmental Protection Agencyor other NPDES issuing authority. The applicant Is a municipality trial operates a wastewater treatment facility wtiich is located in the W r /iof the SE '.'4 of SecfkXi 2, T131N, Twnulf Towrtsnlp, R*2W, Otter Tail County. The wastewaier consists of normal domestic and monkipal wastes, combined with wastes from one major industry. The wastewater is discharged *t one location into a Land Locked Slough. The proposed permit is for a period of four (4) years. On the basis of preliminary staff review and application of applicable standards and regulations,(he Regional Administrator of Ihe U.S. Environmentaf Protection Agency or other NPOES issuing authority proposes to issue a permit for the discharge subject to certain effluent limitations and special conditions. The State, after review of all Ihe comments and objections, also proposes to issue a certification pursuant to Section 401 of ine Federal Water PolJuiion Control Act, as amended. Slate certification will not be necessary to . issuance. The proposed determination to issue an NPDES PermU is tentative. Inierested persons are Invited lo submit written comments upon trie proposed discharge. Comments should be submitted in person or by malt no later than X days after the joint public notice of this dp- plication is issued. Deliver or mait all comments to: Mrs. Carolyn Cates, Region V, Permit Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1 North Wacker Drive. Chicago, Illinois 60606. The application and joint public notice numbers should appear next to the, above address on the envelope and on each page of any submitted comments. All comments received no later Jhan 10 days after the faint public nolke is issued will be cofuidtred in the for mutation of final determinations. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency en- other NPOES authority will issue final determinations in a timely manner after the expiration of tne public comment period. Copies of all comments and ob jeciionsreceived will be transmitted to Ihe State. The application, proposed permit including proposed effluent Limitations, special conditions, comments received and other documents are available tor inspection and may be copied at a cost ot 20 cents per page at Ihe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at anytime between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. r Monday through Friday. Copies of the Jo'nl Public Notice are available at no charge at Ihe address shown above for the designated State agency and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Please bring the foregoing to th e atten tton of persons whom you know would be interested in this matter. (FirsfPuWicafionAUyS, 1974) The County Commissioners of Otter Tail County will HWd meetings on the following dates tor the remainder of U7<. COUNTY WELFAR E AND NURSING HOME May21U June 7th June It & 12tti JimeHth July 3rd July 8th & 9th July 73rd August 2nd August Ath & 7th August 20th Sect. 6th Sept.' Nth & llth Sept. 2«ti Oct. 4th Oct 8lh & 9th OctHnd Nov. 8th Nov. IJtJi S. llth Nov. 26th Dec. 6lh OK. 1Mb & nm Dec. 17th X X X X X X X COUNTY •CARD X X X X X X X FORENOON WLEFAKE X X X X X X X X AFTERNOON COUNTY IDAHO X X • X X * X X X X Meeting beginning at 9:30 A.M. 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