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Sunday, March 7, 1999 WYOMING AND THE WEST Casper Star Tribune B3 t i Roaming elk hopped By COLEMAN CORNELIUS Associated Press ESTES PARK, Colo. - Addicts are wandering the streets ol this mountain tourist town. But unlike most, these have (our legs: They're elk. The critters are at the center of a town quarrel that's been fermenting for several years, ever since the Estes Park Brewery Ix'gan allowing the wildlife to eat malted barley left over from Its beer-brewing pro-' cess. The mlcrobrewery dumps Its waste grain Into a trailer, attracting dozens of elk that munch It like eager cattle at a feed trough. The mash Is not alcoholic, but It's addictive to the game that winter In and around ' Estes Park, locals and wildlife officials said. "1 haven't seen them staggering, but they're definitely hooked on It," said Rick Spowart, district wildlife manager for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. The situation elicits chuckles and jokes about drunk elk, but it's a serious problem, Spowart and others said. That's because feeding big game is illegal In Colorado. And the grain-crazed elk rou-; tlnely cross U.S. 36 - the busy highway leading Into Rocky Mountain National Park - to get to their barley source, thus causing a significant traffic hazard. Henry Clinton Hinkley ,. RIVERTON -Services for iienry Clinton Hinkley, 79, will be . conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at . Davis Funeral Home. Burial will i follow In Mountain View Cemetery. He died March 5, 1999, at Wind River Health Care Center. He was born Jan. 24, 1920, In Dayton, the son of Albert Clinton and Anita Edna (Purrino) Hinkley. . He was an Army veteran of '. World War II. , , . He had lived In Riverton for the last 40 years and enjoyed ,,'gardening and flowers. . Survivors Include his sister . and brother-in-law, Edna and Vernon Haire of Cedar Hill, .Texas; and three nieces and a nephew. , , , He was preceded In death by , a brother, Albert; and his parents. Visitation will be today from 5 to 6 p.m. at Davis Funeral Home. Maurice D. Fausset RIVERTON -Services for Maurice D. Fausset, 91, will be ' conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Davis Funeral Home. Burial will Funerals Casper's only -f home-owned (&f funeral service imM & Crematorium Bustard's CY at Spruce iww Ector 234-7123 Z EMERY MARTIN MIDOAUGH J Funeral services for Emery Martin Middaugh will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Bustard's Funeral Home with 1 the Rev. David Limmer of Restoration t' Fellowship Church officiating. Burial will Jjbe in Oregon Trail State Veterans "Cemetery in Evansville with military rites ''. accorded by the Natrona County ""Veterans Council. MEMORIAL CHAPEL Funeral Home & Crematory 7!OK. 2nclSt. - 234-0234 OPALC. REINBOLD Funeral Mass for Opal C. ReinbokJ 1 was celebrated Saturday at St Anthony's I, Catholic Church by the Rev. Michael Carr. k Memorials may be made to the Central Wyoming Hospice Program. J?19 S. Wilson, Casper 82601. . Memorial Chapel Funeral Home and x, Crematory is in charge of arrangements. . OPAL LORINE MOFTTTT ' Graveside funeral services for Opal "'Lorine Moffitt will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Oregon Trail State Veterans Cemetery with the Rev. Ed Cingoranelli of Nhe Casper Open Bible Church officiating Military honors will be accorded by the "United Veterans Council of Natrona f, County. J' Viewing will be from 2 to 8 p.m. today ret Memorial Chapel Funeral Home. J) In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Central Wyoming Hospice J Program. 319 S. Wilson, Casper, or the Casper Open Bible Church, r2955 E. Second St, Casper, fl. Memorial Chapel Funeral Home and J Crematory is in charge of arrangements. h JUANfTALACEY 1 Services are pending for Juanita Lacey. who died March 4. 1999. In Steamboat Springs, Colo. Memorial fchapel Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements A 600-pound adult elk doesn't mix well with the average moving vehicle, noted Todd Malmsbury, spokesman for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. In the past year, three motorists have hit elk crossing the highway next to the mlcrobrewery, authorities said. The wrecks killed the elk; no one In the vehicles was seriously Injured. The risks have spurred a number of complaints about the Estes Park Brewery to the Colorado Division of Wildlife, authorities said. The mash Is barley left over from the first stage of beer brewing. Microbrewers add water to malted barley to extract natural sugars Irom the grain, then drain off the liquid; the mash Is discarded, and the liquid Is fermented to become beer. Most mlcrobreweries sell waste grain to dairy farms and beef-cattle feed lots, another area brewer said. The mash has no alcohol content. Spowart has warned the owner of the Estes Park Brewery to dispose of his waste grain another way, but the problem has not abated. "I told him somebody Is going to get injured, and I can see a lawsuit coming his way," Spowart said. "He claimed he is not feeding elk and said if I didn't like it, I should keep my blankety-blank animals off his property." The wildlife officer said he will ticket the Obituaries follow In Mountain View Cemetery. He died March 5, 1999, at Riverton Memorial Hospital. He was born Oct. 2, 1907, in Cambridge, III., the son of Fred and Mable (Dryer) Fausset. At an early age, he and his family moved to Bishop Hills, Okla. In 1924, they moved to Darrouzett, Texas, where they ranched and raised wheat. In 1929, he married Edythe Roach. They ranched and farmed In Texas and operated the livestock auction in San Angelo, Texas. After the Depression in the 1930s, they moved to Worland In 1938, where they were in the livestock trucking business and later purchased Worland Livestock Sales Ring. In 1964, they purchased the Riverton Livestock Auction and operated It until 1970. From 1950-1960, he flew his airplane and was a member of the Wyoming Hying Farmers Association. He and his wife enjoyed traveling in their motorhome and went south during winter months. He enjoyed visiting with friends and family. Survivors include three sons, Donald M. Fausset of Worland, Robert Fausset and his wife of Truckee, Calif., and Melvin Fausset and his wife of Riverton; two brothers, Russell Fausset of Columbus, Mont., and Loren Fausset of Booker, Texas; four sisters, Ruth Terrel of Grants Pass, Ore., Frances McClurg of Perryton, Texas, Viola Henry of Wendfield, Mo., and Bessie Lee Duke of Darrouzett; eight grandchildren, and 12 greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife; and three brothers, H.W. "Honk" Fausset, Kenneth Fausset and Alfred Fausset. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Glen Dever Norris EVANSTON - Interment for Glen Dever Norris, 75, who died March 5, 1999, at his home in Evanston, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Evanston City Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday at Crandall Funeral Home. He was born May 30, 1923, in Randolph, Utah, the son of Arthur and Mary Ann (Kiddy) p Ante's I 10CISOST. HU.T0P SWING CEHTHI '(307)266-2300 (307)2S6-1783 All-Star Distributor of Braun Mobility Products Lift-A-Way Swing-A-Way L950 Lift UVLLift Entervan Chair Topper Companion Seat Handicap Hand Control Tel UJmEm- up on malted barley Norris. He was a veteran of World War II and a survivor of the USS Palmer. In July 1959, he married Mary Louise DiTullio. He was an engineer with the Union Pacific Railroad, retiring in 1984 after 38 years of service. He was a member of the Evanston Elks Club. Survivors include his wife of Evanston; a son, Danny Norris and his wife of Evanston; a stepson, Dale DiTullio and his wife of Rock Springs; four grandchildren; and a brother, Robert Norris of Alpine. He was preceded In death by his parents; a brother, Alden Norris; a sister, Lillian "Nan" Frederick; and a granddaughter. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to the Evanston IHC Hospice Program. Mary Elizabeth 'Lee' Lakin (Pullman) Dominick CODY - A memorial service for Mary Elizabeth "Lee" Lakin (Pullman) Dominick, 91, will be conducted at ILK) a.m. Tuesday at the Cody United Methodist Church, followed by a luncheon reception. She died March 4, 1999, at her home in Cody. She was born April 15, 1907, in Bridgeport, Conn., the first child of John Stephenson and Mary Elizabeth (Lakin) Pullman. She graduated from Emma Willard School for Girls in Troy, N.Y., in 1924 and magna cum laude from Smith College in 1928. She was training as a radiology technician at New Haven, Conn., Hospital when she met Dr. DeWitt Dominick, and they were married July 13, 1935, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Bridgeport. They In loving memory of WILLIAM T. "BILL" MILLER January 24. 1928 -March 7, 1994 Missed as much as ever. Debbie, Toddy, Richard and Families Memoriams For times' placement of your Mctnoriam, please stop by or call your clarified advertising specialist at the Casper &tar-Tribune by the fdlowine deadlines: Tuesday-Saturday: 12 noon the day before the notice is to appear Sunday-Monday: 12 noon Friday 2660555 or 1-00442-6916 970 Oildale Drive Casper, WY 1-800-303-9921 (in wyo (307) 234-9921 brewery owner if the grain Isn't handled differently. A ticket results in a fine and surcharges amounting to $68. Ed Grueff, owner of the 5-year-old Estes Park Brewery, denied feeding elk when coiv tacted by a rexrter. Rather, he said, the elk discovered the waste grain Ix'hlnd his brewery and have xrsistently returned. Grueff said he tries to ward oil wildlile by covering the grain trailer and by giving the mash to an area farmer for livestock feed. But the elk are attract ed to his business' barley kernels dropix'd on the ground and even by the scent of brewing beer, he said. "Sure it draws them. It looks like a Las Vegas buffet line out there. But we're certaiiv ly not out there trying to kill the elk and disrupt people." Yet earlier this week, a cow elk dipped her head into the trailer to feast on the grain as if eating from a feed bunk. The trailer - a detached pickup lied - was filled with brewing mash and was only partly covered with plywood, giving the animals easy access. As the elk munched, occasionally raising her head to lick her lips, a herd of about two dozen other animals lounged on the nearby riverbank under rustling pine trees, as if lolling in the cool shade after a midday beer. moved to Cody in 1940 when he joined Chet Ridgway to practice medicine. With the exception of a few years during World War II, she made Cody her home until her death. She was a partner in the management of 7-D Ranch in Sunlight Basin and was active in community affairs, including the PEO, C(xJy Playreaders, and Cody United Methodist Church. She worked for many years with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America. She was a major supporter of Cody United Methodist Church, First Methodist Episcopal Church in Bridgeport, Emma Willard School, Smith College and Buffalo Bill Historical Center. With her husband, she worked on the Navajo reservation and served as a teacher there for Head Start. After his death in 1982, she worked with Rolling Meals for several years and visited friends in the Long Term Care Center in Cody. Survivors include five children, David Dominick of Cody, Mary Dominick Chivers and her husband of Andover, Mass., John Dominick and his wife of Ketchum, Idaho, Marshall Dominick and his wife and Stephen Dominick and his wife, all of Cody; 16 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; a sister, Josephine Tucker and her husband of Cincinnati; and a sister-in-law. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a brother, John Pullman; a sister, Alice Longstreth; a brother-in-law, and a grandson. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to the Lee Dominick Outreach Memorial, in care of Cody United Methodist Church, Box 1416, Cody 82414. To mv friend KATHY ELLIS DAHINDED July 27, 1953 February 23, 1999 Thank you for all the moments we've shared. Moments filled with feeling and thought, dreams and wishes, secrets, laughter and tears. And above all, our special friendship. Each precious second will be treasured in my heart forever. 1 will miss you so very much. I love you, Becky I Til HftM I COtPOMTIOi J I ,,.M,,n.V If! X as " V- NASA team trying to save satellite LOS ANGELES (AP)- Scientists fought to regain control of a NASA satellite Saturday that spun out ol control after being launched. The Wide-Held Infrared Explorer, or Wire, has been spinning at a rate of once a second since its launch Thursday night - apparently caused by the thruster-like action of hydrogen gas venting from a cryogenic system used to keep the satellite's telescope extremely cold. The cause of the problem was unknown, said Lynn Jenner, spokeswoman at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Ground controllers were in contact with the spacecraft and remained optimistic about saving the $67 million mission, which was designed to help scientists understand how and when galaxies formed, and the history of star formation. "The subsystems are in good shape," Jim Watzin, a project manager in NASA's Small Ex Utah criminal justice system criticized as racially biased CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -Utah's criminal justice system treats Indians and others from ethnic minorities as second class citizens, Iron County residents told a task force investigating the system's fairness. The hearing was hosted Friday at the Paiute Tribal Office by The Utah Task Force on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Legal System. It was commissioned by the Judicial Council in 1996. Few escaped criticism as residents talked of bad treatment from public defenders, police and school officials. Those who addressed the task force said the lack of communication between minorities and the predominantly white population feed a cycle of misunderstandings, frustration and anger. The speakers were assigned numbers to protect their anonymity. "We came from Nevada and we were friends with cops there but the school district here automatically stereotyped my son as a gangbanger just because we are from Nevada," said one woman. "I hate the school district here so much that I pulled my son out and sent him back to Nevada to finish school." One man said Indians are pegged as troublemakers. "There was one instance where everybody was slam dancing at the school, football players, cheerleaders and two Indian boys, they were all told to stop and didn't, but only the two Indian boys were taken out," the speaker continued. He also described what he considered harassment by the CARD OF THANKS The Family of NANCY T.WHITE wishes to express their sincerest thanks to everyone for their concern and support during her illness. Thank you for your prayers, food items, visits and telephone calls, beautiful flowers, cards and memorials. A special thanks to all the doctors and their staffs who cared for Nancy, and to the staff of the 5th floor Wyoming Medical Center who were so kind and compassionate. To the nurses and volunteers of Central Wyoming Hospice Program, we truly appreciate all of your care and support. Nancy will be missed, but we will always cherish the memories she left behind. Bob and Cindy Licensed Assisted Living Facility Serving ALL Wyoming Residents 55yrs & older Rate based upon ability to pay Always affordable! located in the beautiful Hot Springs State Park Independent Secure Living 24 Hour Care (RNs, LPNfs. 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Wire has no thrusters to cQn-trol the way it points, instead using devices called magnetic torque rods, which operale much more gently. - The torque rods were turwd on Friday but were too weak to counteract the spinning, officials said. When the craft was launched, the hydrogen was frozen solid. The hydrogen was supposed to melt and vent gradually, keeping the telescope cold through a four-month mission. Utah Highway Patrol. "One titne they pulled me over and said they did because they had a report that a red car was passing people on the freeway. What kind of reason is that?" One woman described how an officer in Cedar City stopped her two days after she arrived in town from Las Vegas 13 years ago. "He pulled me over and asked what I was doing in town and I've had problems with him ever since." she said. Other speakers discussed problems they had with the court system and public defenders. One woman described poor communication. "When my son was in trouble, they didn't take into consideration that he had a learning disability, she said. "There is no cultural representation for Native Americans. We need to get educated and get some kind of legal system here for our people." Dan Maldonado, the assist ant director of the Division of Youth Corrections and a task force member, said the three points he heard most often were that police profile minorities, defense attorneys give poor representation and minorities need help understanding their rights. ... Chris Martinez, president of Image de Utah, suggested regular forums so police officers, lawyers, judges and teachers can educate minorities on their rights. To our beloved mother aria Teresa Sialer de Arana (1918 1997) It has been two years since your departure lo Heaven and although we still miss your laughter and joy, the wonderful memories of all the years we shared have given us the strength to remember your spirit in a very special way. You will alwavs be loved bv all of those who knew you We miss you, Mom! Teresa (V Jacek Bogucki and grandson Tomasz J. Bogucki ROT r.rt:2 V

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