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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Colorado Springs, Colorado Gold fever still catching Young and old swirl Gold pans for fun and Magazine 1?5c daily a 50c sunday saturday May to 1986 investigator plane lost Tail crashed by Raymond Mccaffrey Gazette Telegraph Price Utah a structural damage probably caused the fatal crash of a Kaiser Coal corp. Plane carrying six Colorado Springs residents an air safely investigator said Friday. The preliminary determination was made after a search team returned to the crash site Friday and recovered the last three bodies. The twin engine plane leased by the Colorado Springs company crashed after la . Wednesday. Gregory a. Feith. An investigator for the National transportation safety Board said late Friday the plane s horizontal and vertical stabilizers appeared to have separated from the Craft while it was in flight the vertical Stabilizer was found about a half mile from the site of the crash Feith said. The horizontal Stabilizer has not yet been found and the search team plans to return to the crash site today to try to find the equipment according to Feith the stabilizers Are the Small wings and the upright Fin at the Tail of a plane they a Fly the Tail end of the plane Feith said asked what would happen to the plane without the stabilizers. Feith said. A it wont company officials said the six victims were John r. Corsberg vice president and general factory manager for Holly sugar Harold f. Grinde director of environmental and Energy affairs for Holly Gordon l. Shemilt vice president of administration and corporate development for Holly Linda Landers customer service director for Kaiser Coal and Kaiser corporate pilots Ray Panzer and Russ Haworth. A search team from Hill air Force base in Ogden Utah recovered three of the six bodies thursday afternoon and took them by helicopter from the crash site in the Patmos mountains to the command Post at Carbon county the plane was discovered about 9 . Thursday in the Range Creek area of the Patmos mountains about 40 Miles East of Price Carbon county sheriffs department officials said. The three bodies were later taken to the Utah state medical examiner in Salt Lake City authorities reported. Rudi reit. An investigator for the examiners office said late Friday they were having problems positively identifying the victims and were working with dental records and usher information the Only body identified was that of Landers. Reit said a these people have sustained massive injuries a he said officials from the examiners office said autopsies Are generally done Only on the Crew of an air plane. A a visual examination a would normally be performed on the passengers they said reit said one autopsy had been already performed but added that the results Are not Public record under Utah state Law. Feith said Friday morning the first three bodies were found Between 50 to too Yards from the air plane a Turboprop commander 690-d manufactured by Gulf Stream american. Fridays search team secured the plane with Cable before recovering the remaining bodies which were in the aircraft Feith said. The aircraft is perched on a 45 to 50 degree slope above a 1,000-foot drop Feith plane next Page a Freedom newspaper 115thyear Gazette Telegraph moving out Leland Gysin 85, says he has resigned himself to leaving his Home of Many years at 1921 n. Cooper St. Planned Road construction is chasing him and other neighbourhood homeowners out. Story on Page entire contents copyright 198 Freedom newspapers inc 6 sections 108 Page big news promised tuesday on site for soc Hall of Fame business i movies f22 City Region by other voices d6 classified d15 religion d7 comics d11 scene Dio crossword d11 scoreboard c4 deaths b2 sports cd editorial b6 state b5 Horoscope d11 television d14 Leisure time f1 vital statistics b2 warming up More Sun today. Full weather forecast Back of Section b. By Ralph Routon executive sports editor specific site and fund raising plans for locating the . Olympic committees Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs have reached the finalization stage with a detailed announcement planned next week. Soc and local officials have called a a major press briefing tuesday at the . Olympic Complex to discuss a important news concerning the soc and future developments in the pikes Peak Region and the state of that news apparently will include focusing on a 120-acre site East of Colorado Springs for a combined Hall of Fame and soc office Complex and also activating the Colorado Amateur sports corporation As a coordinating Agency to Lead a Broad based local financing Campaign. A we want everyone in Colorado see soc next Page Sarah Buffington Gazette Taf graph a we had to leave our dog 84,000 were evacuated from Kiev officials Tell reporters Alao cited Para West Berlin trash collectors unload radioactive contaminated vegetables at a dump Friday. Kopelove .s.r apr i took some things two or three Little blankets and pillows a said 80-year-old Marina Ilchenko who was evacuated from the area of the chernobyl nuclear disaster and temporarily housed at this state farm. A we had to leave our dog a she said. Mrs. Ilchenko interviewed on Friday was in the second wave of those moved from the Vicinity of the april 26 nuclear Accident that sent a Cloud of radioactivity Over Europe and portions of the soviet Union. The number of those evacuated eventually reached 84,000 people and 34,000 head of livestock officials told the first group of foreign reporters allowed into the area testy state senators a Barking at each other by Rebecca cent Well Denver Bureau Denver a this is a Keg of dynamite. In be never seen it worse a sen. Steve Durham a col Orado Springs said in describing the state Senate a mood Friday. Nearing their constitutional deadline to adjourn legislators Are. Weary testy and still trying to Deal with the biggest issues of the year the budget and tax increases. Tensions and animosities always Rise during the a Rush to adjourn ment a observers say. But Durham is not alone in believing the current Senate mood is the worst in years. Asked to stay late thursday to work on the budget and taxes sen. Ralph Coler Denver refused. A this is the culmination of a disastrous session of the Colorado Senate the worst in be Ever seen. In a utterly Lack of leadership is blamed by some senators while others say no one could control the fiercely Independent Republican senators who Are deeply divided in conservative a the leadership in the Senate has completely ignored the important a sen. Steve Durham since the Accident. The reporters were guided on a specially arranged tour by the soviet foreign ministry. Those evacuated were said to be staying in hundreds of ukrainian villages sharing Homes and worker dormitory rooms with local residents. The journalists were not taken near the disaster site 80 Miles North of Kiev. Nor did they approach the a danger zone area of radioactivity in an 18-mile radius of the Plant. A a there a no Point in going to the zone a said Ivan ply sch a local government official for a Region that includes chernobyl. A just empty reporters instead were taken to this Small town a state farm Community of 2,000 workers 31 Miles West of Kiev. Kopelove took in 1,060 people evacuated from the Opachich collective farm which is 17 Miles from the crippled reactor. The Opachich residents were told on May 2, six Days after the Accident that they had to leave with their livestock. Ukrainian authorities said that at first the scope of the disaster was underestimated. A they came and explained on Friday May 2 and took us Here a said mrs. Ilchenko. A we had just built a new Home a she continued in russian with a heavy ukrainian accent. Then she started weeping. A we came willingly a said see scene next Page republicans reach state budget Accord and moderate Camps. House speaker Bev Bledsoe a Hugo went into a highly unusual tirade on the floor of the House wednesday attacking democrats gov. Richard Lamm the news Media and unspecified innuendoes about a a bribery and a sexual he did not mention frustration see mood next Page Denver a after a wearying late night session majority republicans in the Colorado House and Senate forged a Compromise on the $2 billion budget Bill late Friday night but adjourned without working out a tax package. The agreement signals the end of the session with Senate president ted Strickland a Westminster saying he hoped to reach initial adjournment by next wednesday. House speaker Carl a a Bevy Bledsoe a Hugo described that As optimistic. A i doubt we can get through before Friday we still have this tax package to work out Quot said the fatigued Bledsoe. The budget agreement came on the second straight night of lengthy meetings for the gop lawmaker and commits legislators from both Chambers to a tax increase of about $46 million. See budget next Page

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