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Herkimer Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Herkimer, New York The evening Telegram vol. Xxxv no. 24 ten pages �?o77ie people s Choice Quot Herkimer Ilion. N a. Monday november 29. 1982 pin 181440 25 smile copy brother sister killed in crash by Eileen Manley two Herkimer children a brother and sister were killed last night As the result of a 25-car pileup on the new York state thruway in the Tow n of Little Falls near the town of Danube line according to state police Kenneth Augustine 5, and his sister Allison 3, died As a result of the Accident and their parents Kenneth w Augustine. 33. And Nancy. 36 were treated for minor injuries according to thruway state police. A another Story is on Page 3 today the Accident happened at 6 20 in the westbound Lane of the thruway three Miles West of Little Falls according to set. Sidney Bailey at troop t in Albany. Little Falls fire department personnel were the first to arrive at the scene and initially thought the Accident was minor. According to firefighter Randy Salek the thruway froze a a instantaneously and the new Bridge was a one Sheet of ice a he said when they Learned the pileup was serious they called for assistance from several other agencies Salek said about 1,000 cars were backed up on the thruway for about two hours Salek said about 15 persons were taken to the Herkimer and Little Falls hospitals by to vac Ilion Frankfort and East Herkimer am local lines c. Board session w. Newport the West Canada Valley Central school Board of education will meet in a work session at 7 30 nov. 29 the Board recently decided to go to two meetings a month instead of one. Another meeting is scheduled for dec. 13. Freeze group to meet Little Falls a the next meeting of the Herkimer county nuclear weapons freeze Campaign will be held on tuesday nov 30. At 7 30 pm in the meeting room of the Little Falls Public Library Fine arts film Herkimer county a the last Waltz a to be Community colleges Fine arts committee will close out its fall film series. Cinema Musicale with ecology speaker Doug pens ecology instructor at new Hartford senior High school will speak on a the ecology of the Rocky mountains Quot for the 7 30 . Thursday. Dec. 2 meeting of the numbers game Albany n y a the number picked sunday night in new York s daily lotto numbers screened at 7 30 now 30 and dec i. In the College Center theater. Canada valleys Audubon society at the Frank j Basloe Library in Herkimer. The meeting is open to the Public without charge numbers game was 889 the win four number was 8942 new York a the numbers drawn saturday night in new Yorkus lotto weather. Tonight will be Cloudy. W Ith Low temperatures of 35 to 40 degrees while a few sunny intervals Are Likely inside game were 40, 2, i 16. 34. And 9. The supplementary number was 15 tuesday with continued mild temperatures and highs around 50 there is a Chance of showers wednesday while thursday and Friday should be fair temperatures will continue unseasonably mild with highs in the mid 40s to mid 50s and lows in the 30s to Low 40s. Short changed any Dav that Vou can earn $1.6 million dollars for a couple of hours work would seem like a worthwhile payday right0 Well apparently that a wrong for Larry Holmes at least. Area news 3, to hospitals classified ads 8 living today comics to 9 obituaries crossword to sports Date Book 5 state news editorials 4 Stock Market Horoscope to world new s who says boxing promoter Don King has shortchanged him about $500,000 for his bout last week against Randy a a text Cobb for this and More see sports pages 6 and 7. 3 5 3 6,7 2 balances a those who were not seriously Hurt were taken to the Little Falls fire department a a he said. He added that about 30 to 35 persons were temporarily housed at the fire station. Ronald s. Williams 22, of Sudbury mass., was coming Over the Crest of a Hill on the thruway when he saw vehicle accidents below and slowed Down to 15 mph. Bailey said. Augustine was driving behind the Williams car at about 50 to 55 mph. Swerved and struck Williams car sideways police said the two children Wert ejected from the car on Impact Bailey said Augustine told police he was struck by a third vehicle but Bailey said that be confirmed this morning state polic3 said they Are continuing their investigation. Initial reports from state police said there was a 25-car pileup and at least 15 persons were injured Bailey said there were a few unrelated accidents that occurred in the same area of the thruway but All the injured including the children a parents have been treated and released from Little Falls Hospital. A it was very treacherous out there a said Little Falls fire chief Alfred Munger. Who was among the 30 emergency personnel helping to untangle the wreckage cars were backed up tor about two Miles. Thruway it maintenance Foreman Rudy Schrader said Sanders wreckers and emergency personnel spent several hours Clearing the Roadway so traffic again could pass Schrader said traffic throughout Sunda on the thruway was bumper to bumper Schrader said the end of the thanksgiving weekend and Many students heading Back to College were two causes for the heavy traffic he said one of Mam a automotive repairmen at Castle Ford in Herkimer look Over one of about 6 tars damaged in the Chain reaction Accident last night on the new a Ork state thruway about three Miles West of Little Falls. The area where the Accident occurred is commonly known As a the Summit two children were killed in the Accident and More than 15 people suffered injuries according to state police injured were taken to Little Falls and Herkimer hospitals while the Little Falls fire station was used As a staging Point for those not injured. But with damaged vehicles. State police said Slipper Road conditions caused the massive pileup traffic was stalled about two Miles in both directions and the westbound Lane closed for about two hours. 4 persons charged in Market larceny world in Brief i warning urged by Eileen Man Lea Ilion a four persons from the Chicago area Are being Heid in the Herkimer county correctional facility without bail after they allegedly stole an undetermined amount of Money from a grocery store Here yesterday police said according to a spokesman at the correctional facility they Are Danko Moro. 23. Of 3959 Jaragh. Lincolnwood 111 her husband Robert Moro. 24. Of the same address Jasminka Sar Zinowich. No age Given of Home Plain Terrace. Chicago 111. And Tull Konst Ivok. 22. Of Keystone. Lincolnwood. Ill officials said the four Are illegal aliens from Yugoslavia who have been in this country for about to years they said they Are not sure if they gave then Correct names Ages and addresses according to patrolman Gary Sickler of the Ilion police department the arresting officer the subjects allegedly stole an undetermined amount of Money from the great american store Here they were All charged with More bodies sought at site of my fire Tullahoma Tenn. Apr recovery Crews Wen 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 instantaneous a 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 Reagan decision due on tax Cut speedup los Angeles a president Reagan said today the tax Cut due next july will give the Economy a dramatic boost but stopped Short of endorsing a plan to make the Cut effective in january. Reagan a intentions about the timing of the tax Cut w Ere still in doubt As he concluded a California vacation and prepared to head Back to Washington. White House aides said privately last week the i president w As leaning toward asking Congress to move up the tax Cut to stimulate the Economy despite anticipated Strong opposition on Capitol Hill. Stopping in los Angeles to address the National league a of cities Reagan said today that next july Sio percent rate Cut the last instalment in the three year program a will Benefit working men and women More than anyone else and will have the most dramatic Impact on our he is expected to announce his decision on the tax Cut speedup before leaving Washington tuesday for a five Day latin american trip. He promised the City officials that a the Federal government will not turn its Back on you but insisted that a healthy Economy would be More helpful than Federal Grants in solving their problems a have we All become addicted to temporary bailouts failing to realize that the Only answer must be a restoration of our Economy from sea to shining sea a he asked. Defending his economic policies Reagan said a it is time to give up the temporary band aids and placebos and get on to the business of a real a this tax talk in no pipe dream a he said adding that a one of the Best ways to stimulate the Economy is to give the american worker a break and Cut his and her tax Reagan said an improved Economy is the Only answer for soaring budget deficits. A there is no Way we can eliminate by budget cuts alone the structural deficit built into the budget nor can it be eliminated by raising taxes a he said. 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 the body of John p sip was found higher up the Shaft which is a steel reinforced underground Concrete test facility Black Burn 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 commander of Arnold. A it was an instantaneous Flash with tremendous heat a Johnson said. A there be any Way they could have survived that 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 senior test Engineer of Roseville. Calif., and Arthur Totten 48. A rocket test technician of Citrus Heights calif., All Sacramento suburbs Sipe. About 50, of Man Chester Tenn., was an employee of Sverdrup technology inc. Of Tullahoma. Fourteen of the civilian employees injured saturday were released after treat ment at a Center infirmary. Two others fireman David Harmon and Security officer Luther Cross both employed by pan am world services. Which provides Security and food at the Center were 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 destroyed the my missile engine caused no injuries. It was made Public wednesday. Second degree grand larceny. Sickler said great american officials have asked that the exact amount taken not lie released he said at 11 57 there were 12 to 14 persons in the store who distracted employees while one of them allegedly took a Bank Deposit bag from one of the office desk drawers officials said a cashier who saw the bag being taken called for help Over the loud speaker four vehicles All with Illinois License plates. Left the stores parking lot after the announcement was made according to assistant District attorney Steven Getman Sickler said trooper Warren Mizner of the East Herkimer state police detained the subjects until positive identification was made by great american employees Sickler said they were then arrested Sickler said they Are being held at the jail until their felony examination on wednesday night before Village judge Robert Reese. He said the investigation is continuing and More arrests Are pending the Ilion police were assisted by the Herkimer police and by investigator Earl Epps of the East Herkimer state police the Case has now been turned Over to assistant District attorney Steven Getman Washington a a National consumer coalition wants the food and drug administration to help Stop Lead poisoning by requiring can labels warning that acidic foods should not be stored in opened Lead soldered containers the petition to Eda came from the National coalition for Lead control whose members include 26 National organizations such As the National education association the consumer federation of America the environmental defense fund and the National Urban league. Ships collide Manila Philippines apr the . Navy submarine Thomas a Edison collided with the destroyer Leftwich today near Subic Bay naval base the 7th Fleet announced initial reports indicated none of the crewmen were blast victim Tel Aviv israeli a an israeli Soldier died Toda it of wounds suffered in the nov. La explosion of israelis military Headquarters in Tyre Lebanon the Militar command said. Injured. Navy spokesman Steve Honda said the incident was a a minor collision Quot and both ships remained in operation no other vessels Wen involved in the incident and material damage was still being assessed he added Dies the death of Cpl Amran Dahan 18. Brought the number of israelis killed in the blast to 76. Fourteen arabs died and another 27 israeli troops were injured. Pope plans visit san Salvador Al Salvador apr Pope John Paul ii will visit War torn Al Salvador Early next year the roman Catholic Church Here announced Quot his holiness John Paul in has confirmed he will come to Al Salvador toward the end of february or at the beginning of March 1983.�?� monsignor Gregorio Rosa Chavez said in his weekly homily at the metropolitan Cathedral. Deaths below estimate by the associated press traffic fatalities Over the thanksgiving holidays fell far Short of estimates with the number of people killed just half that of the worst year 1969. During the four Day Observance that ended Al Midnight sunday. 379 traffic deaths were reported substantially fewer than would have been expected during a non Holiday period of the same length at this time of the year. Trade conference adopts new rules Geneva. Switzerland apr an 88-nation world Trade conference today adopted an emergency Compromise worked out by the United states and other countries on a new set of rules to combat protectionist economic trend brighter than employment picture Washington a depending on How you choose to look at it the coming week will bring a dose of either Good or bad news about the National Economy. Police cars2 arrested in dispute two men Are being held in the Herkimer county correctional facility in lieu of $1,000 Cash or $5,000 bail Bond apiece after they were involved in a family dispute last night. According to Herkimer police Dale Bowman 18, of 146 e. North st., Ilion and Gerald t. Forbes 22, of 122 n. Main st., Herkimer were involved in a dispute in Forbes apartment. Police said the incident occurred at 8 30 . And resulted in two damaged patrol cars and one officer cutting his hand on broken Glass and being treated at Herkimer Hospital. According to sgt. William Penree Bowman opened the second floor apartment window and jumped to the ground. Two police cars from Herkimer arrived As Well As two ambulances. Police said Bowman and Forbes allegedly damaged both cars interiors Ana exteriors and one of the cars w window s was broken. Bowman and Forbes were treated and released from Herkimer memorial Hospital As was officer Charles Oldick who suffered a Cut hand. Bowman was charged with third degree criminal mischief resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Forbes was charged with resisting arrest fourth degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. Police said they Are continuing their investigation and further charges Are pending. On tuesday the com Merce department is scheduled to release its new Index of leading economic indicators a a compilation of to separate statistics designed to forecast trends in the Overall Economy. Economists expect most signs to Point Tow Ard a slight Index increase a perhaps Only 0.2 or 0.3 percent. That a Good because it would be the sixth gain in seven months a solid argument that recovery is coming soon. But its also bad a or at least less Good a because such a Small gain could hardly be read As an indication of much economic strength looming just ahead. The Index Rose two full Points or More for three straight months at the Start of recovery from the 1980 recession. The week will end with the labor departments estimate Friday of the National unemployment rate for november. Most economists say unemployment is probably close to the Peak it w ill hit in the Long 1981-82 recession. A few even say the current level a 10.4 percent the highest rate in 42 years May be the Peak but others say it is going to Rise slightly higher perhaps to 10.5 percent this month or next. A new increase would be a Jolt not Only to americans w to just losing their jobs but also to the millions waiting for business to improve so they might be hired Back labor officials on thursday will release a Shorter term employment report that has been looking better lately. Last thursdays version said initial claims for unemployment benefits dropped under 600,000 during the week ending nov. 13 the first time they be been under that level in three months. S if the number for the week ending nov. 20 is Down it w ill make five declines in a Row Trade barriers. But a major agricultural policy dispute Between America and the 10-nation european common Market remained unresolved despite Marathon negotiations the conference chaired by Canadian foreign minister William Maceachen. Avoided taking a Side in the feud by calling instead for a study of the Issue Quot Overall the results might get a Grade of cd . Special Trade representative Bill Brock said of the negotiations. A it could stretch to a c plus but Only time and future actions could after five Days of often acrimonious deliberations the conference reaffirmed the 35-year-old general agreement on tariffs and Trade with a set of Compromise guidelines Ham mered out by an emergency Contact group Gatt is the umbrella organization that sets the rules for non communist 25 shopping Days left world Trade. It has no enforcement Powers. Concerns Over Unrein ploy ment and declining Industrial productivity often watered Down the conferences avowed aim o taking a Tough new stand against protectionism the final document called Only for members to a resist new protectionist measures the United states. Canada the common Market Japan and key developing countries worked around the clock to reach a Compromise among the divided nations which represent 80 percent of world Trade the Issue which most often threatened to undermine the conference was that of common Market farm Export subsidies which the United states wants to see phased out. The common Market insisted on Reading into the record a statement declaring the study a is not a commitment to any new negotiation or obligation in relation to agricultural the common Market includes Britain Denmark. France Italy West Germany Belgium Luxembourg Greece Ireland and the Netherlands a . Congressional delegation had warned that the United states would dump surplus farm products on the world Market unless the common Market halted its massive agricultural Export subsidy program

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