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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Kalispell, Montana Weather variable cloudiness today with a Chance of afternoon showers. Northeast winds 10-20 mph. Mostly Cloudy tonight with a Chance of evening showers. Mostly Cloudy and a Little cooler saturday with a Chance of afternoon showers. The daily n n Kalispell Montana Friday May 11, 1990 35 cents Index Ann landers.c2 comics.c3 -8 crossword.c3 local/state.a4 markets.a9 Montana.a3 record.a5 bronzed booties he a a Tough fellow the 10-foot Bronze of William Van Horne two employees of Best in Bronze discover As they help Settle the 900-Pound sculpture into the Back of a pickup truck. The statue is composed of 28 separate panels of Bronze which were welded together thursday afternoon. Artist Villy Zach made the original Wax sculpture of Van Horne the founder of the Canadian Railroad for the Railroad in Calgary inter Lake photo by Karen Nichols Earth first tree Sitter found guilty fined $275 Earth first member Gus Glaser of Missoula has been fined $275 after being found guilty for a tree sitting during a protest last summer at a Timber Sale in Northwest Montana . Magistrate h. James Oleson on thursday afternoon ruled against Glaser on three issues he had raised and found him guilty of refusing to remove himself and his equipment from an Active logging area. The area had been closed to the Public by order of Flathead National Forest supervisor de Brannon. Oleson fined Glaser $250 plus a $25 special assessment payable by june 8. Glaser and two companions were arrested after their tree sitting protest was staged at a Timber Sale. The two others pleaded guilty to Misdemeanour charges. They said global environmental issues were the basis for the protest. In his arguments Glaser said he protested cutting the old growth Timber to prevent his Owtis demise and that of fellow citizens As Well As the destruction of the old growth Forest. He argued that the closure was not Legal because equal Protection was not Given to those in the area and the closure was imposed simply to silence the protestors. Oleson dismissed the first Issue on grounds that there was no direct harm to Glaser. He said the loggers in the area were there legally har vesting Timber under contract and that news Media were Only allowed in specific areas and under Forest service supervision. On the third Issue Oleson said the closure did not deprive protestors of Freedom of speech but May have limited those who might otherwise have heard what the protestors said. Endangered politician Lujan puzzled by need to save sub species by h. Josef Hebert associated press writer Washington of a Interior Secretary Manuel Boijan prompted outrage from environmentalists today by suggesting that the endangered species act should be changed to More easily accommodate some economic development. Lujan made the remark thursday in Colorado when he noted that concern about a group of endangered squirrels was blocking construction of a $200 million Telescope in Arizona and that the Law protecting the squirrels ought to be reexamined. Officials of the National wildlife federation and the wilderness society called Lujans remarks a totally outrageous and said the Secretary demonstrated an a incredible Lack of understanding of the need to protect endangered species. Lujans comments at Mesa verde National Park near Durango colo., where he was attending a National Park foundation banquet were initially reported by the Denver Post. Alluding to the controversy in Arizona Over an endangered Squirrel that threatens construction of the Telescope Lujan said Quot nobody a told me the difference Between a red Squirrel a Black one or a Brown one. Do we have to save every subspecies a referring to the endangered species act Lujan was quoted in the Denver Post As saying in an interview Quot it is just too Tough. I think. We be got to change conservationists Are blocking construction of a National science foundation Telescope on mount Graham in Arizona because of about 180 endangered red squirrels that live on the Mountain. Steve Goldstein Lujans press Secretary. Said in Washington that Lujan had sought Only to Point out some a a frustrations he has had in enforcing the endangered species act. He said Lujan wants Congress to a determine whether it is being implemented correctly and is not suggesting How Congress should alter the Law. But Jay hair president of the National wildlife federation called the remarks a totally outrageous because they came from the Cabinet official whose Job is to protect endangered wildlife. Michael Francis of the wilderness society said the Marks a show or. Lujans incredible Lack of understanding of biology and Public under the endangered species act a one May Only consider biological facts not economic facts when determining whether to place a species on the endangered species list Lujan said. After a species is listed a i am obliged to protect them wherever they a do we have to save an endangered species in every locality where it exists a he asked. On monday employees of the Bureau of reclamation and the . Fish and wildlife service told Lujan that the Ani Mas la Plata water project in southwestern Colorado be built because it would threaten endangered Squaw fish. Lujan said the ruling on the Squaw fish created a dilemma for him and said he had ordered the employees to look for alternative solutions. The $582 million Animas la Plata project would provide water for four Indian tribes and irrigate southwestern Colorado and new Mexico Farmland. A by Law i am protector of endangered species and by treaty i am trustee for native americans a Lujan said. The Squaw fish exist in Many other places besides the controversial dam site Lujan said. Lujan said he might Convene the endangered species committee to review the Squaw fish Case. By Claro Cortes associated press writer Mantia Philippines apr a philippine airlines Jet carrying 119 people exploded and burned today As it prepared to take off and officials said a bomb May have been planted on Board. Seven people were killed and More than 80 Hurt survivors spoke of up to three blasts aboard the Boeing 737-300, and at least three Large holes were torn in the roof. Flames quickly gutted the Interior. The plane was being towed to the tut. Way for a Domestic flight when it was rocked by at least one explosion which occurred before the jets two engines were started said Oscar Aejandro director of the governments a transport office. The Cabin filled with smoke but most passengers escaped by sliding Down emergency chutes bit Ore flames engulfed the plane he said. Passengers said some people panicked and trampled one Ann her Rushing for the exits. A there was an explosion in front of me and i re was a very bad smell a said passenger Isidro rein of 33, of Iloilo. A so i immediately opened the emergency exit i was the first one out of the plane. A they were still demonstrating the safety when it occurred. There were three explosions loud explosions and the ceiling shuddered. On the second explosion i immediately opened the Emer gency exit the bodies of six adults and one child were found inside the burned out Cabin said de Carrascoso manager of Manila a Domestic Airport he said they were either killed by the blast or died of smoke inhalation. Al were passengers. A least 82 passengers were treated for injuries at the Airport clinic most for slight sprains and bruises said airline employee Alfredo Estrella. Twenty two passengers were hospitalized one in serious condition officials said. The plane was bound for Iloilo 290 Miles to the South with 113 passengers and six Crew members aboard. It was not known How Many foreigners were continued on Page a2 sign of trouble brought Deputy to his own Aid Deputy sheriff Jim Dupont had no idea he would have a personal interest when responding to a criminal mischief complaint thursday afternoon on foothill Road. Upon arrival he Learned the suspects were seen removing political signs. Dupont managed to Stop the suspect vehicle and had a talk with the two teen agers allegedly involved. To his Surprise the Deputy found the two Ages 18 and 16, had removed two of Dupont a own Campaign signs. Dupont is a candidate for sheriff in the upcoming primary election in june. His report noted the teen agers Saki they wanted the signs for their rooms. Counselling them that he Felt such a use would limit his exposure to voters he suggested the signs be returned a request which the suspects agreed to. Dupont considers the Case closed and no charges will be filed he said. Bush sets space Agenda Man on Mars in 30 years Kingsville Texas apr president Bush heralding a a new age of exploration a said today he believes the United states will Send astronauts to Mars in 30 years. Bush had previously announced he would Send a manned Mission to Mars but the commencement speech at the Texas a amp i University marked the first time he gave a time goal. In the first of a series of graduation speeches this weekend Bush turned attention to his space program leaving behind a capital in an uproar Over taxes and budget negotiations. A thirty years ago Nasa was founded and the space race began. And 30 years from now i believe Man will stand on another planet Quot said Bush. A and so i am pleased to return to Texas today to announce a new age of exploration with not Only a goal but also a timetable a he said. A i believe that before Apollo celebrates the 50th anniversary of its Landing on the Moon the american Flag should be planted on in a speech highlighting space As part of americans heritage of Progress Bush said a a it a time to open up the final Frontier. There can be no turning Back. Americans space program is what civilization needs to begin this journey to perfect the commitment to go further he said a each time we go to the Frontier and beyond we bring Back More than we hoped for. This time we have a Chance to bring Back More than we can Bush declared that the july 20, 1969, Landing of Apollo la As the first manned spacecraft on the Moon a showed we could meet our commitments to ourselves and to the world proof that democracy could Triumph As decisively in peace As it had in War a Bush said that his space plans which include reviving the Moon program and having an operational space station by the end of this Century a will help rekindle Public interest in science and mathematics and revitalize an area of our education system that has become disturbingly it will a revolutionize everything from computers to communication from Medicine to metals regaining and retaining americans High tech competitive Edge a he said. The administration has offered no budget figures for its space program. Some members of Congress have expressed doubts that the massive funding anticipated will be available Given the budget tightening needed to reduce the Federal deficit seven die As jetliner explodes a gift that says i love you mom weeks Rose $8.95-$12.95 a Sweet surrender a Silver spoon Quot new year a baby talk a Showbiz a weeping China doll a class act a peace Quot Queen Elizabeth a climbing Blaze a ovation a Yankee Doodle a impatient Quot trumpeter a Christian dior Quot Chrysler Imperial a mister Lincoln a first prize a Arlene Francis Quot Chicago peace Quot goof end ors t bed Quot climbing Don Juan a Orange parfait Quot Candy Apple we carry a full line of Quality plants amp Trees a fruit Trees a Shade Tress a conifers a bedding plants a roses a flowering shrubs a perennials a amp so much More Mchenry a Trees amp Nursery 6 m sat. 385 Lake blame re755-2783 -4 Sun. Kalispell it. Girl,5, rescued from baby Sitter after 38 Days by Brent Kallestad associated press writer Tallahassee Fla. A5 a a 5-year-old Massachusetts girl was found unharmed at a Gulf coast fishing Lodge and was to return Home with her parents today after a 38-Day abduction by an obsessed baby Sitter authorities said. Kenneth m. Cole ii a 24-year-old former bus Driver was charged with kidnapping after he was arrested thursday on a tip from the Lodge owner who saw a local news report on the abduction. Nicole Ravesi of Milford mass., showed no signs of abuse Fri spokesman Paul Cavanagh said. She was to head Home today after getting a new dress and a medical checkup. When asked How she Felt Nicole said a Good a but did no to respond to any other questions when the family met briefly with reporters at their hotel. A a we re thankful to get our Daugh ter said Frank raves adding that the girl was a kind of scared of the his Wile Debra said she was a very Happy very Cole appeared Betone a . Mag Istrate late thursday and agreed to be returned to Massachusetts to face kidnapping charges there. Cole and Nicole had been staying since May 5 at a trailer behind sportsman a Lodge in East Point a Panhandle fishing Village about 70 Miles Southwest of Tallahassee owner Bob Alen said. He said the girl called Cole a a dad and never continued on Page a2 customer appreciation Yaday saturday May 12� Hwy. 2 West and Hwy. 93 South polish sausage and Franks to . To 2 Pai. Or while they last a free pop a free balloons a free car Wash by the Flathead braves a free fun a free Popcorn in store specials ail Day Long Hwy. 93 South Kalispell 755-4321 City service Hwy. 2 West Kalispell 755-9491 a o Lafi. In

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