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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Kalispell, Montana Weather snowfall will decrease to scattered showers tonight and tuesday. Tonight s Low will be 15 the daily i % i six. J up j Kalispell Montana monday december 13. 1982 25 cents Index Ann Landers classified comics commodities crossword obituaries record sports Stock quotes weather one Section All Poland to ease martial Law by year s end Warsaw Poland apr declaring poles have a the worst behind us a Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski promised to lift most martial Law restrictions by years end and hinted he will free detained Solidarity Union activists. The announcement by the polish Premier and defense minister Carpe in a nationally televised speech sunday the eve of the first anniversary of the sweeping military crackdown that effectively crushed Solidarity suppressed 16 months of social upheaval and sharply increased East West tensions. A the year which has passed was a great test. We have passed it a Jaruzelski said a we have got the worst behind the general a using the same clipped precise language with which he declared martial Law dec 13, 1981 a said the a Basic i gorse of military Rule a will cease to function by the end of this a the extent of martial Law s relaxation will be disclosed at a meeting of the Sejm or parliament later today he said. This will be a weighty step towards Complete lifting of martial Law a Jaruzelski a d a it is simply impossible to jump into full Quot i do Promise one thing a Jaruzelski declared a anarchy will not be allowed into Poland a in a reference to the Solidarity underground organization Jaruzelski said a the enemy s actions have not stopped. So we cannot afford yet to renounce All the extra Ordinary a no one in Poland or abroad should labor under any illusion that the current decisions will allow a further round of social and labor unrest he said Solidarity was suspended when Jaruzelski declared martial Law. Parliament enacted a new labor Law oct 8 that outlawed the Independent Union replacing it with smaller labor organizations under stiff government control. O Viz lit o h a in of of m la o h id �1 a a a he o v a 09 or o he l3 1 of i jul 3 q o Jum to of Jim a of o o it a it m Mont a y till the martial Law chief said so. Protect state Security and the econom in effect but did not say what Thos it he also said army officers would i factories to prevent sit Down strikes Many of the harshest martial Law re been lifted including a curfew re Telephone communication bans on Doi and censorship of foreign news dispatcher a ban on Public gatherings remains and Range government controls have been Impie without giving a timetable. Jaruzelski said to for interned Solidarity activists and Mal offenders will be considered and that a amt Ernim cease to be the government said 10,131 poles were interned during the year of martial Law and As of thursday More than 300 people remained in detention. Car hits Gas pump photo by Anne Clark about 9 . Today Lena Nelson s southbound 1974 Nova jumped the curb on Lasalle Road. Travelled about 150 Yards and his a Gas pump at the Sinclair station across from k Mart. The station attendant who would not give her name. Used two fire extinguishers on the Small fire that resulted. It was brought under control by an in Western states unidentified bystander who shovelled Snow on it. The fire was out when the Evergreen Volunteer fire department arrived. According to Martin Sundburg. Evod chief the car s throttle apparently stuck and the car a just began speeding up on Nelson and her 18-month-old son Christopher were not injured in the Accident. Poaching increases with Oil Gas development by Mark Brunson of the inter Lake staff proponents of Oil and Gas development in wild or Remote areas have always insisted that when the drilling rigs move in. The animals Don t move out. In some Western states fish and game officials Are reporting that when mining and drilling begins the animals Don t move out because they die out reports from Colorado. Nevada and Wyoming game wardens indicate poaching goes up by As much As 5000 percent when transient Petroleum or mining construction workers Rove into places such As National iou to or wildernesses but in Montana at least so far no such trend has been observed the Issue was brought up in the latest Issue of the pleated Post a newsletter published by the Flathead Audubon society. Quot the relationship Between poaching and Energy development is a particularly urgent said writer Virginia Quinn a because of new development in places like the Over thrust Belt of Colorado. Wyoming and Montana. Petroleum Industry insiders Are fond of telling audiences about How Elk visit Wells on the Rocky Mountain front or How drillers in the grand tetons played to a daily audience of Bighorn sheep. The question that has game officials worried is what happens after the animals gather round a whole herds of Deer. Elk and pronghorn have reportedly been wiped out by miners and Oil drillers in Remote Mountain communities of the West. A Wyoming game and fish department Survey showed game violations jumped 1000 percent following a surge in Oil and uranium mining in one county. Similar results have been reported in areas of Colorado and grizzly Din sports is going out of business we will be closed tuesday amp wednesday dec. I 4th amp i 5th to remark and regroup. We will reopen at 9 . Thursday with some further reductions 405 w Idaho a . 9-9 Sun. 10-6 Nevada. Stephen h. Berwick a California environmental consultant told National wildlife Magazine recently that studies he conducted on behalf of the defense department showed poaching Levels jumping to 50 times the Normal rate when Energy developers moved into unpopulated wilderness. Berwick said his studies showed construction Crews on Energy projects showed a higher rate of poaching than those involved in other kinds of development but in Montana s Rocky Mountain front Region West of Choteau where much of the recent interest in Oil and Gas development has been entered. The problem has yet to surface. A your enforcement Fellows Haven t found anything like that. Said Harley Egger of the great Falls office of the Montana department of fish wildlife and Parks. In fact. Egger said the number of game violation tickets issued in the front area during the 1982 Hunting season was actually Down a bit. That came As a Surprise to wardens had actually expected an increase for two reasons he said there was a Sharp Rise in the number of Hunters going through the departments Teton River and Bea tooth Check stations and a greater number of enforcement people available through the depart ment s sex offi Cio Warden program Egger qualified his observations however by noting that he s a not sure we re in the Best position to know. Our enforcement people cover Large sections of country. If poachers done to get caught there s no Way for us to Tell if it s going on the Lewis and Clark Forest which includes much of the wildest areas of the Rocky Mountain front also reports no increase in poaching activity. Little construction activity has taken place there however. Most of the drilling activity is conducted on private land a where fish wildlife and Parks officers would be called in if there were a problem. There Are seismic activities taking place on the Lewis and Clark Forest but All those were Cut off before the Start of Hunting season according to a Forest spokesman. Don Allen executive director of the Montana Petroleum association. Said seismic Crews Are expressly forbidden to carry guns during the helicopter operations they undertake in the most Remote areas even if had been an increase. Egger said he did t think that would Point a Finger at Energy developers in particular. A whenever you have an increase in human activity where you did t have any he said. A you see an increase in game violations $100,000 Art theft nets Russell Bronze Spokane. Wash. I apr More than $100.000 in Western Art. Including a Bronze statue by Montana artist Charles m Russell was stolen from a car parked at a Spokane motor inn police said Francis Paul Masa. An Art dealer from Kalispell Mont. Offered a $5.000 Reward for return of the 60 stolen pieces Masa listed value of the Art work at More than $100.000 Spokane police detectives said the items were stolen Between 5 30 and 9 15 p m. Thursday from Masa s car. Which was parked at Cavanaugh s motor inn near downtown Spokane. Missing pieces include 35 or 40 Western paintings about 18 Bronze statues several Indian rugs and a Polar Bear Rug with the head attached Masa said Masa was in Spokane to sell Art work to the Pacific Northwest Indian Center police reported panel asks Quick action on social Security Reform Washington apr members of the social Security Reform commission say president Reagan must act soon if he wants to use the panel As a a whipping boy to push an unpopular but necessary Rescue plan for the system through Congress. Without an agreement backed by the White House for a blueprint Congress is unlikely to find its own timely solution to the problem of mounting social Security deficits. They suggested the panels chairman and a top Republican senator also agree that any plan must include a mix of higher payroll taxes and lower Cost of living increases to keep the old age fund from drying up in the 1980s. Sen. Robert Dole. R-Kan., the chairman of the Senate finance committee said sunday he doubts the panel will reach an agreement at its final meeting next Friday a unless the president decides to take a look at social Security and become actively Dole interviewed on lbs to s a face the said he has been unable to get Reagan on the Telephone to Confer with him on legislative business Alan Greenspan chairman of the 15-member Reform commission said there already is tentative agreement on the panel that the Way to solve the $150 billion to $200 billion shortfall confronting social Security Over the next seven years is through a mix of higher payroll taxes and lower Benefit hikes. Greenspan appeared on both Abc news a this week with David Brinkley a and Cable news networks a news maker a if both the speaker and the president could agree on the outlines of a specific solution that would pretty much carry the Day a Greenspan said on Cable news. Dole said. A it seems to me we re going to have to have a mix of taxes and Benefit reforms without cutting the level of piping programs if we re going to satisfy democrats and republicans on the commission and in the Dole said the White House should realize that the political Quot Center of Gravity has shifted closer to Capitol Hill since the Republican losses in last month s elections. Lame Duck session limps along Washington a after two weeks legislators have done Little of the work planned for their lame Duck session and Capitol Hill leaders Are All but abandoning Hope of adjourning the 97th Congress on schedule Friday. In the Senate leaders Are trying to choke off a filibuster preventing consideration of president Reagan s proposed Nickel a gallon hike in the Federal gasoline tax to finance Highway Bridge and mass transit repair jobs. A vote on a move by Senate majority Leader Howard h Baker jr., r-tenn., to break the filibuster and take up the measure was scheduled for this afternoon on a 79-10 vote last week conservative republicans opposing the tax increase lost an attempt to postpone debate until next year the tax hike will pass in the Senate predicted Senate finance committee chairman Bob Dole. A Kan. A it May not be until new year s eve. But it will pass. He said sunday on lbs news face the nation a meanwhile the House will be taking up a Stopgap spending Bill that includes a $5 4 billion democratic package of help for the nation s unemployed As Well As i Chance for members of Congress to raise their salaries. Republicans say the president will veto the Bill if it reaches his desk in its present form technically failure to pass a Stopgap spending Bill by Midnight Friday will leave the bulk of the Federal government s agencies and programs without Money. A a in a still planning to be out on the 17th. But senators should be on notice it May be difficult to do that. Baker told his colleagues As the Senate recessed for the weekend a we re All going to be in Here singing a Jingle Bells on dec 24. Rep Silvio o. Conte. A Mas the top Republican on the House appropriations committee said before that panel sent the Stopgap Bill to the full House for action expected tuesday. The Bill is necessary because Congress has not acted on All the necessary spending Bills for the fiscal year that began last oct. I. In september. Reagan asked the leaders of the House and Senate to Call both Chambers Back into session after the elections to work on Money Bills when Congress recessed for the november elections final action had not been taken on to of the 13 regular appropriations Bills necessary annually to keep the government in business Congress has been at work for two weeks now in the Post election session since the Stopgap Bill is expected to be the last major measure moving through the 97th Congress a and it must be passed to keep government operations going a it is becoming a Quot Christmas tree for legislators who want to attach pet projects sinc or for ust minute gift ideas a off in a a a a a a a a a a h of a turn to the classifieds a we. A it it a sell what you done to what you do. During our 6 Days for o classified i the Price of o line and special Call 755-7000 755-fast nights or weekends offer Good through december 22nd

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