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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Kalispell, Montana Weather scattered rain or Snow showers plus some wind will dominate the weather pattern today and tuesday. The daily �11 Index Kalispell Montana monday november 29. 1982 25 cent Ann Landers classified comics o Corr oddities o 3 c crossword obituaries he record. 3 sports. Stock quotes of weather 3> one Section k Reagan tax talk no pipe dream 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 s intentions about the timing of the tax Cut were still in doubt As he concluded a California vacation and prepared to head Back to Washington. White House aides said privately last week the president was 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 of cities. Reagan said today that next july s to 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 he said the tax cuts now in place Are a already providing the stimulus needed to get our Economy moving 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. Reagan sought to allay the fears of City officials that Money which would be distributed under the administration s a new federalism program would go to the states but not find its Way into City treasuries. He said a there will be mandatory pass through provisions to protect local units of the president urged the lame Duck congressional session which began today to take up his a Urban Enterprise zone package of tax Breaks and investment incentives to lure new business into depressed Urban areas. He also made a pitch for a extensive Highway repair and jobs program that Congress will consider during its lame Duck meeting. The Highway repair plan which already carried bipartisan congressional support Calls for a 5-cent per gallon increase in the Federal gasoline tax to finance the work. A it will allow us to Complete the interstate system make almost All the interstate repairs strengthen All our dangerously weak Bridges improve thousands of others enhance All of our safety and address the critical Public transit needs of our cities a Reagan said Reagan s Enterprise zone program contains a variety of incentives to attract new business to inner City areas. It includes a provision to allow employers to pay a lower minimum wage to teen age workers. Reagan said the Senate has approved the package but the House has not acted Reagan s audience included some of the strongest critics of the administration s a new federalism Quot plan to replace Many local Grant programs with Block Grants to the states. City officials fear they will be left Short beyond that. The administration is sharply cutting Back funds for the league of cities. The group received $4 million from the Federal government last year but is expected to get Only $1.6 million this year. Next year. None of its Grant is expected to be renewed. Lame Duck session is too Short to pass much legislation Byrd Washington apr 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 enough a the West Virginia Democrat said of the plan to finance Highway improvements through an increase the Federal gasoline tax a but in a not prepared to say we can act on everything that s he told reporters a few hours before the Senate convened for the Post Etc Hon 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 Don t 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 dec. 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 for last minute gift ideas Wjk 1. To a a h 4,turn to the classifieds a of re a a -44 sell what you Don t what you do. During our 6 Days for q classified i the Price of o line and special Call 755-7000 755-fast nights or weekends offer Good through december 22nd up up and away photo by Valerie Starro skiers Are whisked up the big Mountain to take advantage of the Early Mountain. The weather Man forecasts More Snow throughout the snowfall. Skiing is reported Good. Especially on the top half of the Flathead area. 3 of 4 victims still missing search slowed by flooded test Shaft Tullahoma term a 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 saturday s 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. 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 commander of Arnold a it was an instantaneous Flash with tremendous heat a Johnson said. A there would t be any Way they could have survived that Flash it went off like a Sparkler with tremendous heat and Energy a 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 Manchester tenn., was an employee of Sverdrup technology inc. Of Tullahoma fourteen of the civilian employees injured saturday were released after treatment 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 officials did not know for sure whether saturday s fire consumed All of the solid fuel left from the Accident but the test Shaft was considered at a a very Low danger level when pumping began. Blackburn said Arnold a 41,000-acre site about 60 Miles Southeast of Nashville is the largest propulsion and aerodynamics testing Center in the nation the fire occurred in a Concrete Shaft known As the j-4 test cell. Where the four stage my missile has been tested non communist traders adopt new rules Geneva Switzerland a it a 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 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 a 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 hammered out by an emergency Contact group. Gatt is the umbrella organization that sets the rules for no communist world Trade. It has no enforcement Powers concerns Over unemployment and declining Industrial productivity often watered Down the conference s avowed aim of taking a Tough new stand against protectionism the final document called Only for members to a a resist new protectionist measures Gatt is generally opposed to Trade restrictions the United states. Canada the common Market Japan and key developing countries worked around the clock to reach a Compromise among the divided nations Whit represent 80 percent of world Trade the Issue which most ofte threatened to undermine the col Ference was that of common Mark farm Export subsidies which the United states wants to see phase out. 3 die on icy Montana roads by the associated press three people died in two Highway crashes sunday the Montana Highway patrol reported in one 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 the dead were identified As William Reynolds Fonsby 77, the Driver and Mae Pope Warden 88. Dorothy Pope Fonsby 77. And Bernice Ramskill 88 were injured the crash occurred 0 2 mile South of Stevensville on . 93 the patrol monday identified the Man who died Early sunday morning when his vehicle overturned on a gravel Road South of Hogeland As Emiel d Hooge 27, of Hogeland Hogeland is about 40 Miles Northeast of Havre Terry d Hooge a passenger in the car was taken to Northern Montana Hospital in Havre where he was treated and released the deaths raised Montana s 1982 traffic toll to 237. Compared with 318 on nov. 29 last year Quot the coming amp going of the great Northern Railroad Quot a shoe presentation by Henry Elwood author of Quot the train did t stay Long Quot tuesday november 30th 7 30 . Hockaday Center for the arts the highlight of Quot tracks across the Valley Quot an exhibition of Flathead Valley history 1883 present exhibit closes december 4th

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