Wednesday, November 10, 1976 - THE MICHK3AN ~AIL~
Wednesday, November 10, 1976 W
THE NtftI-iI-3AN DAILY
AMERICAN EMBASSY BOMBARDED:
BERLIN 0P) - The Soviet
Union is continuing its micro-
wave bombardment of the
American Embassy in Moscow'
and "we would like to see it
stopped," says the formr U. S.
Walter Stoessel, now ambas-
sador to West Germany, em-
phasized, however, that the pre-
sent level of microwave eaves-
dropping does not constitute a
health hazard. He also said a
screen put in use at the Mos-
cow legation helps cut down
the microwave inflow, which
was first reported last winter.
STOESSEL WAS interviewed
by The Associated Press Mon-
day at the West Berlin resi-
dence maintained for American
envoys to Bonn. Stoessel, whose
duties also include being senior
U. S. official for Berlin, was on
a three-day visit here after tak-
ing over his Bonn post on Oct.
"We certainly have a micro-
wave problems," Stoessel said.
"It's still going on. The level
is lower. I do not think there
is any danger to health. We
would like to see it stopped."
Asked if his departure from
Moscow to take up his new post
last month was a result of his
own health being affected by the
mircowave flow, Stoessel re-
plied, "No. No, I was told to
come here. I serve at the wish
of the President."
HE ADDED that the Russians
have not admitted that they en-
gage in the microwave eaves-
Stoessel, a 56-year-old career
diplomat, is rated both as an
expert on Soviet and East Euro-
pean affairs and as a specialist TODAY AT:
in the strategic arms limitation
talks (SALT) with the Soviets 1 " Agoi t A
that have been stalled for some
time. , Cooke Sky
Before going to Moscow in Cooked Ky
1974 Stoessel was ambassador
to Poland and was instrumental RATED (G)
in making contact with repre-
sentatives of the Peking govern-
ment before the warming in
U. S.-Chinese relations. He serv-
ed two earlier terms in Moscow,
as a consular officer in 1947 and
as minister - counsellor in 1963-
HE SAID he expected no ba- 1-3:05-5:10-7:15-9:25
sic policy changes concerning
American relations with West
Germany, or with Europe and
the Atlantic Alliance, when
President - elect Jimmy Carter
Before the ferry, Pelican resi-
dents had to pay pup to $160 to
charter a plane to or from Ju-
neau. And it cost Rosey nearly
$100 to ship in. a case of beer.4
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A game that's
Leconte: Another c
PELICAN, Alaska (A) -An-
other slice of frontier life in
Alaska vanished forever in the
predawn darkness yesterday.
The gleaming state-run ferry
sLeconte linked this fishing vil-
lage deep in the misty Alexan-!
...... 7 der Archipelago with mainland
AP Photo civilization.
For some, the 200-mile round
O h saY , can vo u see. trip maiden voyage of the Le-
Conte from Juneau on Alaska's
Flag bearing scouts find the wind a bit fiesty during opening gai e ceremonies at the Kansas City Chiefs-Denver Broncos football Conte fom steuonPAlaska's
Flagbearng ygamesoutheast coast to Pelican. on
game. Chichagof Island was a cause
f or:w. : : : :: ::::.
town. "We've got it made now."
For others, however, the first.
of a once-a-month appearance.
by the 250-passenger auto ferry
represented the untimely end
to a disappearing lifestyle.
"That ferry is the ugliest
thing I've ever seen come in
here," glowered Pelican's 25-
year-old mayor, Bruce Ander-
son, as the LeConte tied up to
the town's new $360,000 dock.
"A lot of people like nyself
came here to escape from civil-
ization, but a majority of the
people want it."
THE MAJORITY " prevailed
because of the unquestionable
need for low-cost transportation
and freight service to the town
where previously all supplies:
must come in by barge and all
passengers by air.
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Ext. Serv.: Phase I-Game Playing:
An Introduction; League, 8 a.m.
WUOM: Speaking of American Mu-
sic "Early American Music," guests
- S. Anderson, H. W. Hitchcock &
I. Lowens; 10:40 a.m.
Commission for Women: Presi-
dent's Conf. Rm., Admin. Bldg.,
Guild House: brown bag lunch,
Lynda Huey (athlete, coach) "The
Ethos of Athletics or winning at
What Cost," 802 Monroe, noon..
CREES: Horace Dewey "Musco-
vites at Play: Recreations in Pre-
Petrine Russia," Commons Rm.,
Ctr. Afro-Amer., African Studies:
Bahadur Tejani "Society & Litera-
ture in Africa & India," CAAS, 1100
S. University, noon.
Pendleton Ctr.: "Open Hearth Ex-
tra," Nicholas Pennell & guests,
special performance; 2nd fl. Union,
Arch, Urban Plan: Robert Darvas,
"The Montreal Olympic Buildings,"
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Wednesday, November 10, 1976
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