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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 9, 1983, Tokyo, JapanWednesday february 9, 1983 Pacific stars and stripes 11 said. Bethlehem won t disclose its asking Price but Charles Bradford a steel analyst with Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith said the company probably wants at least $150 million. Is the Mill a Good buy that might depend on whether the new owner could wrest any contract concessions from the United steelworkers Union Bradford said. Essentially it s a mini Mill but it has All the disadvantages of a major Mill he said. Mini Mills Are specialized usually non unionized steel plants that have been giving bigger producers a run for their Money by producing steel at lower Cost. The Seattle Mill employs about 800 steel workers with another 150 on Layoff. It produces Carbon and Alloy bars Industrial fasteners and number of other steel products. The mortality rate Howell who marked his birthday sept. 9, said. But there s no secret to longevity he just live one Day at a time. If you can get by without being in too big of a hurry and Don t let your troubles go to bed with you you la do All not Christmas at Christmas merry Christmas Texas a a Man dressed in red visited this incorporated Community of 10 residents but instead of bringing gifts he took $500, police said. The armed Bandit wearing a red windbreaker walked into merry Christmas service station at 3 15 . And robbed the attendant of about $500in Cash said Harrison county sheriff s investigator Hall Christmas is just outside the Eastern Texas City of Longview. Arizona the Southwest m new Mexico Man claims sexual harassment Albuquerque . Up a Man who claimed his female Boss fired him when he broke off a sexual relationship with her has filed Sui seeking $240,000 in damages and Back pay and reinstatement to his former Job. William Garcia filed the suit in Federal court naming his former supervisor Jackie Sanchez and three other employees of digital equipment corp. As defendants. After Sanchez hired him As a production Lin supervisor in february 1980, Garcia said she initiated a personal and sexual relationship which he terminated in april 1981. Although his Job evaluations indicated he was performing his duties satisfactorily the suit said Garcia was asked to resign by Sanchez who fired him on May 22 when he refused to quit. Texas government will clean up fort Worth Texas a a convicted drug dealer hid $100,000 in a vacuum cleaner bag before his arrest but a Federal judge ruled the government will be the one to clean up on the . District judge David o. Belew decided that Craig Roland Huff obtained the Money through illegal drug deals and must forfeit the Cash to Federal authorities. Belew also ordered Huff to forfeit another $141,412 that Federal agents seized in other was sentenced to nine years in prison following his guilty pleas to charges of possessing amphetamines with intent to distribute and possessing illegal firearms. 96-year-old outlives insurance policy Odessa Texas a a 96-year-old Mandan spend his own insurance Money now that he s outlived the mortality rate on his Henry Howell of Odessa turned 96, his life insurance company sent him a Check for$2,040 and a letter telling him he had outlived the mortality had taken out the policy with Southland insurance in 1923."the company could wait until he Dies but since the Money is due at this time they would rather pay it to him. They Are not As Likely to run into problems of who the beneficiary is said agent Don Nelson of Waddell & Black insurance never entered my mind that i would outlive fines for overdue books Page Ariz. A the punishment usually meted out for Petty theft or speeding in a car will now be Given to those who ignore warnings of overdue books from the Page Public Library. Flagrant violators of notices to return books could face a Fine of $300 and 30 Days in jail under a new ordinance. The new Law has brought the return of about 20 Long overdue books City officials said. City manager Jack Reinhold said the ordinance Only affects chronic offenders who Haven t responded to letters or phone Calls. Reinhold said some books have been overdue two or three years. Born in Lafayette ind., Mehegan attended Purdue University where he received a Bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering an was regarded As one of the most outstanding halfback in school football worked As a machinist a Roundhouse Foreman High school math teacher and athletic coach before he was sworn in As an Fri agent in Indianapolis in 1922, during Warren g. Harding presidency. He served in Indianapolis Cleveland Detroit and Cincinnati before being transferred to Chicago in 1932. Wisconsin family says negotiations Over Milwaukee a attorneys for the family of a Young Black Man shot to death by a White Milwaukee policeman in 1958 say they Areno longer willing to negotiate a settlement of their civil suit against the time for negotiations is Over. The offer is off the table. We will not negotiate any longer attorney Thomas m. Jacobson said. The family of Daniel Bell won a $1.59 million damage award last year in . District court. The City appealed but has been trying to reach about of court settlement. The shooting originally had been ruled justifiable homicide after officer Thomas Grady said Bell lunged at him with a knife after Bell scar was pulled Over because of a broken taillight. But after Grady s former police partner Louis Krause testified in 1978 that the knife had been planted on Bell after the shooting Grady pleaded guilty to homicide by reckless conduct and Milwaukee common Council had offered the Bells $345,000 to Settle the Case. But Alderman Gregory Gorak chairman of the Council s judiciary and legislation com it tee said that Jacobson told him the Bell family insisted on $1 think the City could have Given the Bells a significant amount of Money but not $1 million Gorak said. The sad part about this is that now they risk losing Bell family had earlier set a deadline of feb. 2 25 years after the 22-year-old Man died to reach an out of court settlement. The Midwest Michigan chippewas get $16 million from . Mount pleasant Mich. A Check stemming from a $16.7 million settlement of old land claims have been mailed to 4,100 Chippewa indians. The Money comes from a claim the indians made years ago that their land nearly one fifth of the state s area was confiscated in an 1819 treat without just compensation. The settlement comes to $1.25 an acre an Means an average Check of $3,248.58 for each adult. Shares for children will be held in Trust until they reach 18. The Money was mailed out to 4,100 chippewas including those on the Isabella county Reserva Tion. Illinois Fri agent Dies 53 years a a Man Winnetka 111. A services have Bee held for Albert d. Mehegan who spent a record 53 years with the Fri. Mehegan died in his Winnetka Home at age 96.he retired from the Fri in 1975, two Days before his 89th birthday. His work helped to end the infamous criminal career of John Dillinger and to arrest notorious underworld characters associated with baby fac Enelson " said Edward Hegarty head of the Chicago Fri office. Mountain states Colorado climbers bodies found Denver up the bodies of two climbers have been discovered More than 10,000 feet above sea level on the ice cloaked slopes of notch Coppeak in the Rocky Mountain National Park. The men were identified As Mark Frevert 28,an experienced climber from Niwot colo., and Samuel Mitchell a Colorado state student from Lafayette la. Authorities said it was Mitchell s first climb. We found Frevert s body first at 10 15 ." said Glen Kaye a Park spokesman. He apparently died instantly in a fall. We followed bloody tracks for More than a mile before rediscovered the second Kaye said Mitchell apparently died from severe injury to the right Side of his head. He said the climber threw Down his equipment an Backpack As he was trudging in circles seeking help. We Don t really know where he was was sort of floundering Kaye said. Neither could have survived the night wit wind chill temperatures from 30-50 degrees below Zero he said

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