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1 1 Thursday, Jnury 26, 1984 Th Dally Sentinel, Grand Junction, Colorado Pege 3 Colorado Colorado senators split on presidents address HARDMi crJAtGirv G2XS: A U.6UJ, vmzm uy accessories with your savings! File photo Sen. Gary Hart sleight of hand 10" CONTRACTOR TABLE SAW targe 40x27" table with heavy duty steel extension wings 24" rip capacity right or left of blade Includes stand, ext wings, fence, miter gauge, blade and pulleys Motor not included Reg 924 49 HOMECRAFT 10" TABLE SAW 3'r depth at 90 de- grees, 2-'b" at 45 de- fcj grees Rips 24 right or left. Handles 4'x8 panels. 11' front of the blade. 5500 RPM for use listed Reg 40699 Associated Press Colorado's U.S.
senators split on the effectiveness of President Reagans State of the Union address Wednesday night, with presidential hopeful Gary Hart calling it political sleight of hand." Hart said of Reagan: Like a juggler he tries to keep our attention riveted on his success so we wont notice the real failures. In a statement from his Washington office, Hart said the speech probably pleased defense contractors, wealthy businesspeople and administration officials, but not average Americans such as female heads of households. Hart, one of the announced Democratic presidential contenders, said Reagan does not understand the realities of America, and thats why this State of the Union should be his last. He said Reagan has doubled the national debt and quadrupled the deficit, but that the presidents proposal for a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget was notthe answer. The senator also said that while Reagan stresses the importance of education, school funding has been cut 14 percent over the past three years.
Its no wonder Ronald Reagan supports prayer in schools, because with this kind of program all well have. Armstrong, however, called the speech, upbeat and positive." He that much work remains to be done to get the budgefnnder control, But there's no doubt that the nation's economic health as measured by interest and inflation rates, consumer prices and unemployment is on more solid ground than a year ago. Other members of Colorados del-egatidn were pleased with Reagans addressing of economic issues. Rep. Ray Kogovsek, said, I think its about time the president listens to his advisers on a bipartisan commission formed to bring down deficits.
The hard part will be to live up to the recommendations of that commision, even the recommendations that he doesnt like. The Pueblo congressman said Reagan may not get all the defense and space spending he wants, as well as the tuition tax credits' for which hes been pushing. If Reagan refuses to go along with the panels findings, I think then its going to be a charade. I would hope hed understand how critical $200 billion deficits are, Kogovsek said. As for Reagans directive to NASA to develop a permanent, manned space station within a decade, Kogovsek said, I think we have enough problems right here on earth right now that need to be addressed.
Rep. Hank Brown, also called Reagans speech very positive and optimistic. He said Congress has failed to address budget deficits, and said Reagan's suggested bi-partisan approach was well worth trying. LONG BED ROCKWELL WOOD SHAPER JOINTER 4" jointer, stand and motor. Reg 685 99 File photo Sen.
William Armstrong and positive Complete with stand, I HP motor, reversing switch. Ideal for making mouldings. Reg 582 99 Army hero wins Reagans praise V. 3 PLASKOLITE WASHINGTON (AP) A 23-year-old Army sergeant from Northglenn, who won the Silver Star for bravery under fire during the invasion of Grenada received a standing ovation Wednesday night when President Reagan cited him as a person who reminds us of what it means to be Americans. Sgt Stephen G.
Trujillo, who attended the speech in the House chamber at the invitation of Reagan, stood to acknowledge the cheers after the president described the medics effort to save his wounded comrades when U.S. forces invaded the Caribbean island last October. Trujillo was in the first helicopter to land at the compound held by Cuban forces. He received the decoration for heroism during a White House gathering last November. He saw three other helicopters crash.
Despite the imminent explosion of the burning aircraft, he never hesitated. He ran across 25 yards of open terrain through enemy fire to rescue wounded soldiers, said Reagan. Reagan paused, looked to where Trujillo was sitting next to Reagan's wife, Nancy, and spoke to him. Sgt. Trujillo, you and your fellow servicemen and women not only saved innocent lives, you set a nation (Tee.
You inspire us as a force for freedom, not tyranny, not despotism, and yes, for peace, not conquest God bless you. Listeners in the chamber stood as they erupted into cheers. Trujillo, dressed in his uniform, nodded slightly to acknowledge the applause and stood, holding his medal. After Reagan's speech, Trujillo told newsmen he had no idea that the president had invited him to the address in order to single him out I am embarrassed, he said. OPEN Keeps heat In.
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This is not prior restraint, he said. Wilson said the government's efi forts are aimed at a federal judge, not at the publishing company just freed (Tom a court order that for 21 days prevented it from printing the judge's opinion. The constitutional flap has its WASHINGTON (AP) In an apparently unprecedented move criticized by a news media lawyer as a ludicrous spectacle, the Justice is trying to block publication of a federal court opinion that chastises three department lawyers for possible misconduct This is an impermissible prior restraint on publication, pure and simple. It's a fiasco, a ludicrous spectacle provided by the Justice Department showing that the level of insensitivity to First Amendment interests is appalling, lawyer Double rod. Makes your walls so easy to dean and looking atpocbve Close out limited to stock on hand.
Digest Sentinel wire services ODDS ENDS AT CLEARANCE PRICES roots in U.S. District Judge Fred M. Winner's ruling in Denver last August in an otherwise unremarkable case of alleged tax fraud. Winner, since retired, overturned the conviction of a Littleton, man accused in the case, and criticized three Justice Department tax division lawyers for possible misconduct Winner's Aug. 25 opinion criticized prosecutors Jared Scharf, Thomas Blondin, and Steven Jake Snyder for alleged improprieties.
Lucas probed in two slayings BRECKENRIDGE (AP) Confessed mass murderer Henry Lucas is being investigated in connection with the deaths of two Brecken-ridge hitchhikers more than two years ago, according to a detective with the Summit County Sheriffs office. The two victims. Barbara J. Ob-erholtzer, 29. and Annette Schnee, 21.
were believed to have been hitchhiking home from their Breck-enridge jobs when they disappeared on Jan. 6. 1982. Oberholtzers body was found the next day near the summit of Hoo-sier Pass. Schnee's body was found seven months later near Sacramento Creek, west of Fairplay.
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Daniel Barrante, a claims adjuster with the Workmens Compensation Division, Ross Robertson Hirshfeld and Alfred J. Menard came after the 15-count indictment was returned, said Carl Whiteside, deputy director of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. 3-year-old kidnap victim views videotapes Three-year-old Lori Poland who was dumped in the pit of a mountain outhouse after being kidnapped has watched videotapes of television stories about her abduction and now cant properly identify the man charged in the case, according to motions filed by defense attorneys. After viewing the stories, the Littleton girl also gave new, inconsistent contrad.ctory, and different versions of this incident, compared i what she told police three days after her Aug. 22 abduction, the defense lawyers claimed.
Girl dies; mother faces abuse charge A 2 year-old Aurora girl, the victim of suspected child abuse, died of severe injuries to the head Wednesday evening, hospital officials said. Shereace Johnson was pronounced dead at 9 55 in Childrens Hospital in Denver, said hospital spokeswoman Kyla Thompson. The girl's mother. Paula Johnson, remained in custody in the psychiatric unit of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, said Aurora Police LL Donald Reeths. The Arapahoe County District Attorneys office was considering filing murder or felony child abuse charges in the case, Reeths said Stanley U-lnstall Stan Guard Garage Door Opener Alarm System IK? Reg 229.99 fl wJ 99 The Daily Sentinel (USPS 145-900) Pubkttad live weekday elemoone and Saturday and Sunday momnga at 734 Seoentn Si Grand Junctran CO 1501 Second Ciaaa Postage paid Grand Junc-son CO Suggested rata pnee SI 20 pet week tame delivery $62 40 per year Single oopy 25 ceres oaky and 50 cents Sunday By Mad.
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