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   Havre Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1975, Havre, Montana                                Devoted h the Development of Norff Central Montana THE HAVRE DAILY NEWS LOOK INSIDE Lights Win at Chadron 46 Montana Home of Northern Montana College Tuesday December PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Economic Indicators Show November Rise THE FORMER KENNEDYDEACONESS HOSPITAL takes on a new look from the southwest as contractors have removed the wing from the building and converted that space into a parking The remaining portion of the which has been renamed College Park is currently being used as an office and apartment Photo by Paul Kuka Bennett Sets March 1976 As Arraignment of Goldman By HOLMES Associated Press writer HELENA AP District Court Judge Gordon Bennett Monday set March 1 for the raignmenf of Missoula attorney Joseph Goldman on Z3 fel ony counts stemming from Goldmans indictment by a Lewis and Clark County Grand The 10 arraignment date was set by Bennett during a halfhour hearing that marked Goldmans initial appearance ed up by the special grand jury on There was an indication from Goldmans counsel and law Laurence that the defense has in mind at tempting to the up coming testimony of the states star former Missoula physician Henry with Bennetts per is to question Missoula County Sheriff John Moe on what he might know about in vestigative reports involving Hogan and any bearing those records might have on the charges against Eck had wanted the judge to sign a subpoena directing the sheriff to produce all of the in vestigattve reports in his office concerning who now rek sidts in The indictment says that Ho gan prepared false medical re ports to support of worker comp claims Goldman won on behalf of nine persons named it Markets NEW YORK AP I Profit taking eroded stock prices to biting into gains scored earlier in the The 2 Dow Jones aver age 30 industrials to and issues falling in price outnumbered gainers by more than a 7 to 5 margin on the New York Stock Ex Profit taking and yearend tax selling which was evident in Mondays sessionwhen the Dow dropped to gather steam in todays ses Since the Dow had gained some 41 Investors apparently were not reacting to specific news devel opments since much of it ap peared The govern ments November index of ing economic indicators rose per halting a twomonth And late the Federal Reserve said Hie money supply dropped a possible sign that in terest rales could continue to head Kaufman Broad led Big Board unchanged at including a block al Singer declined to in heavy The com pany said its plan to pull out of the business machine industry would cost it million in ex penses and Among other Bur roughs was off 2 to 83and Sears declined to6458 Tiie NYSEs composite stock index fell to while the American Exchange market value index dropped to LOCAL MARKET Winter wheat ordinary Spring wheat Durum Barley Resisting Belts effort to gain access to all of the sheriffs records involving Hogan was special prosecutor Dick a nember of the staff of Robert WoodahL With Dzivi was another slate prose Lawrence Dzivi said he does not know what all the records of the Mis soula sheriff and Bennett went along with his contention that signing such a subpoena at this point would amount to a pretty broad fishing During the Eck indicated that the documents he would like to see include records of a druginvestigation Following the accompanied by made this statement to The As sociated Press He Goldman is absolutely innocent of all the charges against him has done nothing to be ashamed of and has no apologies to make to the the the prose cutors or his Jaycees Conduct Search The Havre SB recog nition of the importance of young men in are conduct ing a search for the Out stand ing Young Farmer Qualifications for this honor are 1 Applicant must be between lie ages of 18 and 36 can be 18 but must not turn 36 before 2 Must be an active and progressive farmerrancher 3 Must express and take in community and so cial activities 4 Promote the agricullural industry as a Anyone wlio knows a qualified applicant is urged to turn in a along with a short resume telling about he appli All applications must be mailed Box Montana The local winner will be hon ored by the Havre Jaycees dur ing Jaycee The local winner will also be qualified to travel lo the Jay cees1 Spring Board in where a state winner be chosen to qualify for tlie nation al This has been embarrassing to him and he would very much like to immediately present certain evidence which would conclusively establish his in But he will refuse to try this case in the newsppers and has no question but that he will win it in Bennett gave the slate until 19 to file the transcript of the grandjury proceedings that led to the 23count indictment against Goldman who practices is chargedin the indictment with 10 counts of grand 10 counts of ob taining money by false and one count each of witness preparing false and tampering with The indictment charges Gold man with fraudulently obtain ing from the states Workmens Compensation sion in claims he won for nine workers who allegedly suffered onthejob Dzivi told Bennett the attor ney generals office has same documents furnished by the sheriff in But he said that doesnt necessarily mean the documents are relevant to the Goldman He suggested that Eck rely on normal court routes for ob taining pertinent material Dzivi indicated that he felt there could be informal ment made in the matter of the sheriffs documents as well as arequestbyEckforalistof investigators used by me state in the Goldman As the matter apparently was Eckvis a deposition ii Moe should 7refuse tcf give av statement on relevant the judge indicated he would take further At close of the prearraign ment Bennett contin ued Goldmans freedom without By DAVID WALLACC Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP The government reported today its index of leading economic in dicators edged upward in No offsetting a decline in October and providing evidence that the off in economic growth will continue for the next few The Commerce Department said the November the first rise in three amounted to fourtenths of a per matching a four tenths of one percent decline in Ttie index had slipped onetenth of a per cent in James assistant sec retary for economic affairs at the Commerce said the performance of the dex should be viewed over a threemonth period to interpret its Over that the index dropped less than onetentti of a per cent I think what it does suggest is it foreshawdows a moderation in the rate of over all economic which most of us have been anticipat Pate said the indicator shows neither a falloff nor strong in crease in economic activity should be expected in the months ahead and this is not unusual following a period of strong rise in this Taken the most re cent signals from me index present theprofile of an econo my which is virtually flat now that an Initial burst of growth fallowing the recession has The Index of future economic activity began climbing in two months before the apparent actual recovery in the and recorded a per cent advance through Au But over the last three the index has moved up only onetenth of a per Blast Kills Taxes Eleven Change 1 Reports Fire AP swept through a com bination business and apart ment building in downtown Bil lings Tuesday and authorities said there was no chance of saving the Firemen said they believed all persons In the building were evacuated The twostory building housed about a halfdozen retail firms on the ground floor and resi dential known as the on the upper One woman was rescued by firemen who used a ladder to reach her her The identified as Lo retta was released from a hospital after being treated for smoke Fire Department Don ald Hudson also was hospi talized for smoke He was reported in good Fire Chief Wallace Frickle saitfthe fire started In a boiler spread to a false ceiling and quickly raged Ihrough the entire About 50 firemen battled the Dense brown ianned by a steady ered several blocks of the downtown Firemen said intense heat blew the windows out of one business and flames shot into the Be building was an older structure but had been remo deled several A meeting between the Hill County Assessor and the Cham ber Executive Manager resulted in vital information to the busi ness community of Havre re garding changes in the tax law created at the last session of the Some of the chang es that become effective Janu ary 1 are worthy of calling to your attention at this AU business inventories will be assessed in Class 7 instead of Class 3 as has been the case in prev ious This means that ac cording to Montana a per son in business will be required to report o theCountyAssessor 100 of their inventory at cost and of that amount 60 will be used for assessed 7 of the assessed value will equal the taxable and this amount multiplied by the local levy will determine the amount of tax that will be The previous formula was 100 times 60 times limes mill example in ventory old tax method new taxing method Thereporlof inventory turned in is subject to audit by the Department of Rev and subject to cor It is also Important to note the change in the assessment date from the first Monday in March to the new date of Janu ary 1 of each This means that what inventory businesswrf professional people have on hand the first of January 1978 will be the amount that you will re port to the County Another change is the exemp tion from taxation of al monies and Our special thanks to Vir ginia Hill County for her cooperative altitude in meeting with the Ex ecutive Manager so that abetter understanding may be had of the new Montana By TOM KELLY Associated Press Writer NEW YORK AP The ex plosive device that ripped through a baggage area at Guardia Airport and killed 11 persons was the citys biggest in recent a police bomb expert said Police said it had the force of about 25 sticks of The explosion Monday night sent a deadly shower of metal aid glass shrapnel through the baggage area crowded with holiday About 50per sons were some se LaGuardia was closed at least until 10 and thousands of travelers had to make new arrangements as air lines sought to combine flights and operate out of John Ken nedy and Newark Chief oi Detectives Louis Cottell told a news conference We do not know the reason for the bombing and said investigators have no He appealed for anyone to come forward who might have seen someone acting sus piciously in the area of the metal baggage locker where the bomb was Burnette Joins Contenders WASHINGTON AP Rob ert tribal man of the Rosebud Sioux dian tribe in South Monday announced his candida cy for the Democratic presiden tial If America listens to you shall a new era of the reestablishment of true Ameri canism where honor and trust reign with justice tempered by the presence of the Great Spir Burnette said in his an said he chose Monday to make his ment becuise it marked the 85th anniversary of the Wounded Knee The which Is composed of a dozen individual economic statistics selected ify to foreshadow economic ac Is now per cent ahead of where It was a year Commerce said the primary factory pushing the overal dex up in November was a Hatfield Seeks State Office BURL HATFIELD Burl Whitefish hos pital filed for Secretary of Democratic December Army Medical Corps veteran Bell Telephone Company employee Miles and and served as Exchange Manager in Red and Ana He was Business Admin istrator at Galen State Hospital Administrator of Hillside Mar cus Daly Hospital in and North Valley Hospital in Whitefish at the present Hatfield is a licensed nursing home a Fellowin the American Academy of Med ical been on the Board of Directors of Montana Hospital Montana Blue and Area wide Health Planning Hatfield is owner of a special ized medical equipment corpor ation which operates in Mon Wyoming and Hatfield is active in White fish area civic affairs a mem ber of Whitefish Amer ican HooHoo Interna Whitefish Methodist Church and Masonic He presently is on the Board of Wrangler American Red and the Flathead Hangar of Montana Pilots Hatfield lists motorcycling as a hobby and he plansto campaign around tbe state on a motor weather Hatfield and his Arlys have six children a married Dennis daughter Sally Dennis Dickerson of a daughter Shirley Hatfield of son Jeff Hoff man of married daughters Susan Mick Dlckersoq and Joapuie Both Hatfield and his wife said they plan a vigorous cam paign through Montana during and will stress tbe Im portance of the Secretary of State office in state govern Hatfield said he finds a great many people do not under stand just how important this top record keeping office es pecially serving on Boards of and Land and as a member of the Stite Board of Exam If Hatfield pledged full time representation for all per cent Jump in its measure of new business But even that category has changed little over the last few The measure of new business formation has slipped in two pi the last five and remains only twotenths of a per cent ahead of where it was in Otter categories indicating improved economic activity were a slip in the layoff an crease in cash and nearcash available to consumers and a heavier volume of orders for factories and higher stock a larger money and an in creased number of permits Is sued for new building USPS Wants Hike By DALE NELSON Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON Ap Chief justice Burger was asked today to block a postal rate including a threecent rise in first class ter from going into effect on Former Postmaster General Edvard representing thirdclass mail petition ed Burger to set aside ail order issued Monday by Court of Appeals here paving the way for the CIA Prepares Welch Funeral rate totaling mstely billion per would go into effect at They would bring the cost of first class postage for a letter to 13 The Court of Appeals order was pending a hearing oa the merits which is expected to take place next Day argued that it in be for most mail Even if the Increase is mately overturned it will be impracticable for rankandfile mail users to receive refunds of the illegallyexacted Day By JIM ADAMS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP The body of assassinated CIA lion chief Richard Welch rived from Greece today aboard an Air Force plane met by CIA Director William President Fords chief counsel and tlie slain agents weeping A CIA spokesman said who will be buried later this week in Arlington National will be honored at a special memorial service Wednesday to be attended by secret agents the CIA does not want to appear in We have some folks who shouldnt be seen at the public so wre having an in house service in the audito said the re ferring to what is called a domed meeting room at CIA headquarters in suburban In an extra effort to maintain the spokesman said tired CIA operatives would be screened out and only present agency employes would be allowed to A liagdraped casket contain ing Welchs accompanied back to the United States by his Marine Lt Patrick was carried from the Air Force C141 cargo plane by an man honor guard and placed in a waiting The plane landed at nearby Andrews Air Force Base at Welchs standing beside bioke into ears as the honor guard marched out of the aircraft with her fathers Lt Welch gave her a reassuring The 23yearold lieutenant ex changed a few words with Standing nearby were Phil ip Buchen Hie Presi denfs chief and Secretary of State Arthur Hart was shot to death outside his home in Athens two days before Christmas by three masked The Greek government has offered a 000 reward for information leading to arrests in the assas Police have reported no leads in the Welch had been identified as the CIA station chief in Greece by an Athens He had been identified earlier as a CIA operative by an American publication called Counter The killing has touched off a controversy over the identi fication of CIA Welchs refused comment in a television inter view In on whether he believed con gressional intelligence investi gations were in any way re sponsible for his fathers he said that the fami ly had been prepared for the possibility of Welchs being Welchs name had been print ed shortly before the Wiling by The Athens News in a list oi top CIA officials in along with their addresses and telephone Welch also had been identi fied by Counterspy as a for mer CIA in The Weather Bulletin prepared by the Na tional Weather Service office at Maximim yesterday Minimum last night Temperature at to day Precipitation for 24 hours end ing at today Sunrise tomorrow Sunset today 4r32 HAVRE FORECAST Travelers Much colder with North winds and snow likely tonight and Wed Low tonight 510 above high tomorrow 1015 Chance of precipitation High last year this date was 39 and low was with a trace of snow on the Record high for this date was 54 in and record low was 39 below in MONTANA FORECASTS East of the Divide Trav elers advisory today and to Snow and coolerwestear ly spreading eastward late this Snow and much colder with winds shifting to northerly Highs early today 35 to dropping this Lows lonight 5 to Highs Wednesday West of the Divide Trav elers advisory Rain changing to snow and cooler to Snow decreasing Scattered snow showers and cooler Highs early today Lows tonight Highs Wednesday On Record BIRTH To Leo a on at Northern Montana   

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