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Havre Daily News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Havre, Montana Forecast bulletin prepared by the National weather service office at Havre november 29,1982. Maximum yesterday 51. Minimum last night 26. Temperature at 1 00 . Today 47. Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 12 30 . Today none. Sunrise tomorrow 7 48 a. In. Sunset today 4 27 . Havre forecast partly Cloudy tonight. Mostly Cloudy and Cool tuesday. Low tonight 25, High tuesday 42 chances of precis. To percent tonight and to percent tuesday record High this Date 65 in 1909 record Low -30 in 1896 inside comics.a10 4 Ann 8 5 2 about town nor local unit no. 7 nurses meet monday nov. 29,7 45 in the first Security Bank hospitality room. Moa exams the Montana officials association examinations for boys basketball wrestling and gymnastics will be Given monday 6,7 . At Havre High school room 16. For further information Contact John Warner p. O. Box 152, Havre. It Telephone 265-6706 business or 265-2013 Home. Head Start after school care program head Start is tentatively planning to Start an after school program if there Are enough people interested transportation will be provided to the Center at 1360 Lincoln ave. Parents must pick up children after work if interested or need More information Call 265-6794, monday through Friday 8 a in to 5 pm. Montana Brief Havre a it a the air Force will begin setting up a temporary Mobile radar site 35 Miles Northeast of Here in december. The air Force plans it to be the first part of a permanent strategic training Range Complex to be established in Wyoming Montana and the Dakotas by june 1984 b-52s and feb ills from strategic air command bases All Over the United states will Fly simulated bombing missions on the training Range Public affairs officer skip Williams of Sac Headquarters in Omaha. Neb said 13 air Force people will Man the temporary site but if Congress approves the training program the base will become permanent and will have about 70 personnel fatal three people died in two Highway crashes sunday the Montana Highway patrol reported. The patrol monday identified the Man who died Early sunday morning when his vehicle overturned on a gravel Road South of Hogeland As Emiel do Hooge 27, of Hogeland Hogeland is about 40 Miles Northeast of Havre Terry do Hooge a passenger in the car was taken to Northern Montana Hospital in Havre where he was treated and released in the other crash two Missoula people were killed and two others injured sunday night when their car skidded on Black ice and crashed into a Bridge abutment near Stevensville Hie dead were identified As William Reynolds Frisby 77, the Driver and Mae Pope Warden 88. Dorothy Pope Frisby 77, and Bernice Ramskill 88, were injured the crash occurred 0.2 mile South of Stevensville on . 93. The deaths raised Montana a 1982 traffic toll to 237, compared with 318 on nov. 29 last year the Hill county sheriffs office is seeking information concerning the burglary of milk River waterbeds located at 4017th ave. North. This incident was reported to the sheriffs office on nov. 21 at 3 38 . Taken in the burglary of the waterbed business were mattresses sheets bedspreads comforters and waterbed Heaters As Well As an adding machine and a calculator. Thu total loss came to $2,415. V a a / the Havre 1 Price Twenty five cents daily news vol. 68, no. 35 Havre Montana monday evening november 29, 1982 raises due for Mabell by Garry j. Moes associated press writer Helena apr the Montana Public service commission was believed to be poised today to Grant three substantially trimmed Telephone rate increases to Mountain Bell totalling $9 8 million a year draft orders in three cases were to be discussed this afternoon with votes approving the orders expected to follow. The largest of the proposed three rate increases is $5 6 million Only a fraction of the More than $27 million general rate hike requested by Mountain Bell details of the Impact of this increase were not immediately available. The second order would give the company temporary authority to increase rates statewide by $1.6 million to cover costs so far in a three year program to upgrade Rural Telephone service. The company has requested nearly $3 million to meet first year expenses of the program the third order addresses requested changes in the methods by which Mountain Bell May depreciate existing telecommunications equipment particularly in Light of reorganization of the Bell system nationwide the changes accepted by the pc Are expected to produce an additional $2 5 million annually from ratepayers meanwhile the commission today tentatively approved stipulations Between general Telephone of the Northwest inc. And the Montana consumer counsel s office granting $421,085 in additional annual Revenue from ratepayers general Telephone had requested a $611,163 annual rate increase the stipulation disallows recovery from ratepayers certain expenditures for advertising lobbying and payments to affiliate companies. In other action the commission split 4-1 in approving Montana Power request to Issue up to 500,000 shares of new common Stock to key employees As part of an incentive Stock ownership plan. Commissioner John Driscoll of Hamilton dissented saying the several Hundred employees All receive enviable salaries already compared to other business professionals in Montana especially in Butte the company Headquarters and do not need the incentives. 25 Days a til Christmas jobs a priority the Hoit duly news / Robert Morong Carpenter Jim Stewart of Havre nails two by four notched plates for truss positioning at the construction site of the new Havre Genic this morning warm weather has helped construction with temperatures above freezing during daytime. Eagle count still Down West Glacier Mont. A the spectacular gathering of Bald eagles in Glacier National Park each autumn May be dying wildlife officials fear the reason the Kokanee Salmon May be dying out of Flathead Lake. But officials Arentt sure Why the Salmon Are disappearing if the Salmon population collapses a it a pass director quits Job Richland Wash. A the managing director of the financially troubled Washington Public Power Supply system announced his resignation today. Robert Ferguson said his resignation will be effective june 1,1983 Ferguson who underwent open heart surgery earlier this year said he was resigning for health reasons. Ferguson was named to the Post aug. 1,1980 since then the Supply systems $24 billion construction program involving five nuclear Power plants has been scaled Back. Two of the plants were terminated earlier this year after the Supply system was unable to borrow the additional Money needed to continue construction and questions were raised about whether the Power from the plants would be needed another Plant has been mothballed for up to five years construction on the two other plants continues. Before assuming the $125,000 a year Post with the Supply system Ferguson was the Deputy assistant Secretary for the . Department of Energy s nuclear reactor programs in Washington . Prior to that he oversaw construction of the fast flux test facility at the Hanford nuclear reservation for the department of Energy could affect this country a Bald Eagle population a says Eagle biologist Riley Mcclelland the Salmon Migrate from Flathead Lake up Mcdonald Creek toward Mcdonald Lake in the Park to spawn and die. For several weeks each year they create a feast that crowds the skies and Trees above the Creek with the largest gathering of eagles in the 48 contiguous states. Record numbers of spectators a up to 3,000 on some weekends a came to see the Majestic Birds this year but fewer Salmon than Ever made the run and Only half As Many eagles came the Park service count peaked at 306 eagles one Day this year compared with 639 last year. A a theres no food for them a Mcclelland said he is convinced that Many juvenile eagles who have not developed the Hunting skills of the mature Birds resisters get Chance Helena apr the selective service system is giving Montana men one More Chance to comply with draft registration. Then the service plans to get Tough. In the next three months selective service officials will conduct a last Chance a educational Campaign said col Robert t Cummins Section chief in the Helena selective service office. Cummins said the service is warning Montana men that in february it will Forward names of non registrants to the Justice department for prosecution. Local authorities do not have names of non registrants but the National selective service office has a list Cummins said Cummins said Montana has 933 men who have failed to Register in the past three years but More than one fourth of the Montana names Are expected to be scratched shortly. Hogeland resident is killed Emiel do Hooge 27,.of Hogeland died at the scene of an one vehicle Accident yesterday morning on a gravel Road about 1.5 Miles South of Hogeland the Montana Highway patrol reports Terry do Hooge 27, of Hogeland was survive Only because of the abundant prey at Mcdonald Creek tile United states has Only about 1,500 pairs of Bald eagles which Are classified As endangered. Mature eagles with the White Hood that gives the Breed its popular name Perch placidly in Trees along the Creek checking the passing menu then swoop on six and seven foot wingspan to dip their talons to the surface and snatch a meal the dark headed juveniles instead usually Wade into the Creek shallows to grab dead Salmon the state department of fish wildlife and Parks predicts another Small Salmon run next year. It has recommended an end to the Salmon snagging season which has allowed each Fisherman up to 35 fish per Day and May remove half of every Salmon run. A a the question of Why there Arentt More Salmon is the difficult one a Mcclelland said a major suspect is nearby hungry horse dam on the main Fork of the Flathead River built in 1953, it boosted the Salmon population with warm water discharges that nurtured the eggs by William Kronholm associated press writer Washington a Senate democratic Leader Robert c. Byrd said today democrats will use the lame Duck session of Congress to press for jobs legislation in addition to a Highway construction measure endorsed by president Reagan. But with the session expected to last Only three weeks he conceded the chances for passage Are slim a i Don t think that s the West Virginia Democrat said of the plan to finance Highway improvements through an increase in the Federal gasoline lax. A but in a not prepared to say we can act on everything that a enough Quot he told reporters a few hours before the Senate convened for the Post election session. Byrd spoke As Senate Republican Leader Howard Baker repeated his pledge to help pass a Highway jobs measure but asked about democratic plans for additional jobs creating measures. Baker said a i done to think that we re going to have time in the three weeks. To do much More than House democrats Are drafting jobs legislation on their own and Are expected to use their majority strength to push it to the floor but republicans control the majority in the Senate and Baker s comments mean anything beyond the Highway measure is probably doomed at least for the lame Duck session scheduled to end on 17. Byrd said democrats would be meeting privately on tuesday to discuss their plans for the session. He suggested Congress consider a program of Low interest Loans for steel and other industries to permit Plant modernization a step he said could help revitalize the Economy. Economic issues aside the House arranged to begin its Post election session today by debating legislation to create a permanent disposal site for thousands of tons of nuclear waste. Congress faces a number of issues after its two month election recess but the House has put the controversial nuclear reactor waste disposal Bill at the top of its Calendar for the lame Duck session debate on the measure began just before the recess salvation army aids needy As part of the thanksgiving Holiday the salvation army prepared food baskets for the needy said salvation army capt. Michael Walsh the baskets which included turkeys were either delivered by the organization or were picked up at the salvation army office located at 605 2nd St. Along with turkeys the baskets included regular food items. A depending on the size of the family a Walsh said a the baskets would have lasted a Day or so or they would have made a Good Turkey dinner a last year the organization prepared a dinner for the needy Walsh said he could not determine if the response to the food was larger this year than last year the baskets were provided through Money and food donations Given to the salvation army. Taken to Northern Montana Hospital where he was treated and released. According to the patrol the vehicle driven by Emiel d Hooge went out of control on the gravel Road rolled once on the Road then again in the borrow pit. My fire kills 4 men Tullahoma Tenn apr recovery Crews were pumping thousands of Gallons of water out of an my rocket test Shaft today to uncover the bodies of three of the four men who died in an a a instantaneous Flash fire an air Force spokesman said the remains of the fourth victim were removed sunday from the 250-foot Concrete Shaft by Crews wearing oxygen packs said sgt. John Blackburn the four men were killed and 16 others were injured saturday evening As civilian contractors tried to remove debris and solid fuel left in the Shaft by a second stage my missile engine that exploded during testing nov. 17. The sudden fire at the Arnold engineering development Center facility May have been ignited by the volatile fuel. Blackburn said. Nine feet or about 750,000 Gallons of water that helped put out saturdays fire covered the floor of the Shaft when the pumping began shortly after Midnight. Blackburn said the water concealed the bodies of three employees of Aero Jet strategic propulsion co., a defense contractor based in Sacramento Calif Flash. It went off like a Sparkler with tremendous heat and Aero Jet identified its dead employees As Dona j. Roy jr., 57, a rocket test technician from fair Oaks Calif. Murray l. Tauscher 49. A overcome by fumes from the Blaze. Harmon was released following treatment at Harton memorial Hospital in Tullahoma Cross was in stable condition Early today. The nov. 17 Accident which senior test Engineer of destroyed the my missile Roseville Calif., and Arthur engine caused no injuries it Totten 48, a rocket test technician of Citrus Heights Calif., All Sacramento suburbs. Sipe about 50, of Manchester tenn., was an pm the body of John p Sipe was found higher up the Shaft which is a steel reinforced underground Concrete test facility Blackburn said. Sipe had been working about 70 feet above the floor when the fire broke out about 6 . Saturday said Brig. Gen Kenneth r Johnson com at a Center infirmary Mander of Arnold a it was an instantaneous Flash with tremendous heat a Johnson said a there be any Way they could have survived that was made Public wednesday. Officials did not know for sure whether saturdays fire consumed All of the solid fuel left from the Accident but the test Shaft was considered at a a very Low danger level Loyee of Sverdrup when pumping began Black technology inc. Of Tullahoma hum said. Fourteen of the civilian employees injured saturday were released after treatment Arnold a 41,000-acre site about 60 Miles Southeast of Nashville is the largest propulsion and aerodynamics two others fireman David testing Center in the nation Harmon and Security officer the fire occurred in a Luther Cross both employed Concrete Shaft known As the a by pan am world services 4 test cell where the four which provides Security and stage my missile has been food at the Center were tested

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