Laurel Outlook from Laurel, Montana on December 5, 1990 · 8
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Laurel Outlook from Laurel, Montana · 8

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Page 8 LAUREL OUTLOOK Wednesday December 5 1990 Mrattainia WSire Service I v State murder to be featured GREAT FALLS (AP) The 1985 murder of a Great Falls pizza deliveryman will be featured this week on the national television show "Unsolved Mysteries" On April 6 1985 an unknown man ordered a pizza from Howard's Pizza and 23-year-old Morris Davis deli ered it to what turned out to be a vacant house The killer apparently broke into the back Of the house robbed Davis and then shot him repeatedly In a gruesome twist Davis' brother paramedic Cliff Davis answered the emergency call and found his brother's body at the house Police Detective A1 Redenbaugh said robbery appeared to be the motive If the motive was other than robbery Daviss mother and brother theorize that someone other than Morris Davis might have been the target such as another deliveryman "I think it was a case of mistaken identity" said his mother Delnita But Redenbaugh said police have no evidence of that yet Little progress was made in the case until 1988 when the gun used to kill Davis was found in a Great Falls pawn shop Authorities interviewed the gun owner an Oregon man but Redenbaugh said the gun owner passed a lie-detector test that he was not involved in the killing Davis family members say they wish police would interview the gun owner at greater length Redenbaugh said that "isn't out of the question" but questioned what that would accomplish "Its kind of a crazy case" Redenbaugh added The television program's produc- Bison bulls killed las activists watch ers agreed the case was unusual too following two years of lobbying by the Davis family to get the killing on the air Authorities can use any help the program can provide Redenbaugh said For the re-enactment producers hired a Spokane man to play the victim "When he put the glasses on and from a distance he looked exactly like Morris" his mother said "And that was hard" She said she tries not to get her hopes too high "I've been telling myself not to get excited about it but I am" Davis said "Unsolved Mysteries" has had good success rates for some of its stories but not in this area of unexplained death said David Rajter update researcher for the program It may receive a number of phone calls about its murder cases but callers usually will not gic their names or agree to testify A caller might name the murderer but decline to testify leaving the case unsolved Rajter explained Win a Turkey for the Holidays in s Laurel's Merchant Turkey Giveaway Laurel merchants will be giving away turkeys every day between now and Christmas Register at any of the many locations listed below for your chance to win a free turkey You may register once dally at every location At the end of the giveaway In December two lucky names will be drawn from the entries deposited throughout the holiday shopping season These two winners will each receive $150 worth of Laurel Merchant Bucks good as cash at any participating Laurel business Don't miss your chance to win The contest begins Friday Nov 23 when the Laurel merchant holiday hours begin Five turkey winners will be drawn on Friday and Five more will be drawn on both Saturday and Sunday Nov 24 and 25 Following that a free turkey will be given away every day until Christmas Watch the Outlook for winners' names Register at any of these participating merchants: western Drug Laurel A&w Drive In First Security Bank Laurel Outlook Rebel's Dept Store Coast to Coast Laura Lee's Fashions r i IVJW VI II IV VOIICf Ben Franklin Laurel Federal Credit Union Laurel Kwik Way Laurel Hardware Hageman Elevator Yellowstone Bank ocomotive Inn and Casino Nature's Corner Laurel Auto Parts Barber Style Shop Owl Diner Lord's Video Price Pharmacy Laurel Co-op Little Big MenCurt's Saloon Laurel Ford Country Floral KC Interiors Ricci's Food Farm Cenes Pharmacy LeDuc JewelersBook Store BOZEMAN (AP) Eight lawmen stood by Sunday Dec 2 as hunters killed two bison bulls before the cameras of three animal-rights activists near West Yellowstone Bill Haskins of Missoula one of the activists said the bison were shot about 11:30 am Sunday between Horse Butte and Rainbow Point The activists did not interfere and instead took pictures and observed the hunt "to see what tactics they're using" he said The bulls were each killed with one shot and the hunters were standing "no more than 30 yards away" from the animals Haskins said A total of 11 bulls have been killed in three hunts this season Bob Martinka regional director of the state Fish Wildlife and Parks Department confirmed that the two bulls had been shot The department is notifying the Gallatin County Sheriff's Department of all hunts and sheriffs deputies are accompanying hunters said Warden Capt Bud Hubbard Last March animal rights activists interrupted a buffalo hunt One person was arrested for interrupting a hunt and two activists were charged with misdemeanor assault Bison coming into Montana from Yellowstone National Park are hunted because the Yellowstone herds are infected with brucellosis which can cause cows to abort their calves Open burning ends HELENA (AP) Montana's open burning season ended Nov 30 and no open burning is permitted until March 1 without specific permission from the Air Quality Bureau the state Health Department agency reminded the public on Monday Dec 3 General open burning is allowed in the spring and summer March 1 through Aug 31 when ventilation is best the bureau said During the autumn months of September October and November ventilation conditions arc worsening because of inversions and stagnant air Then the state limits open burning to forestry and agricultural burning The Air Quality Bureau operates a monitoring program during those months to regulate burning based on ventilation conditions During the winter months of December January and February when ventilation conditions arc at their worst due to frequent long-lasting inversions open burning is prohibited the bureau said The state bureau said people living in the counties of Butte-Silver Bow Cascade Lewis and Clark Lincoln Missoula and Yellowstone should contact their local air-quality agency for regulations in their areas The local fire authority also must be contacted before any open burning is done the bureau said UM opens writing project The Montana Writing Project is accepting applications for its 1991 Summer Institute set for June 24 through July 19 at the University of Montana The project is designed for educators committed to improving the teaching of writing at all levels nrd in all subjects The application deadline is March 1 5 199 1 During the four-week institute educators learn writing strategies participate in workshops and use microcomputers At the end of the program participants are qualified tcachcr-consultanis of writing They can share what theyve learned by organizing writing workshops developing curricula and assessing students writing skills Tuition for the program is usually paid by educators school districts or funding agencies A I2minuic video about the Montana Writing Project is available For applications the video or more information contact Beverly Chin Montana Writing Project Director English Department University of Montana Missoula MT 59812 or call 241-5231 (Mia? $0 ogfite NOW ONLY $500 Just think of it! Well provide a cable connection for your family for just $500 and you receive any additional pay cable connections of your choice absolutely FREE! This special introductory offer ends December 21 1990 Long winter months in Montana mean excellent television viewing for snowbound families across the state Movies sports news information something for everyone Your $5 holiday connection makes a wonderful gift item that brings daily entertainment But it has to be ordered before December 21 and is good only in areas where cable television is already in service So order your $5 holiday connection plus an extra FREE connection during this unique cable television offer Dont forget the offer expires on December 211990 Plus a Bonus Connection CALL TOLL FREE: 1-800-628-6060 SUBS OuEcasgs 65MEEB QEEBBSIIHEi ossatsoEO oscaaa Laurel area residents: please use the 800 number too I 1 This Coupon good for one $500 cable television connection before December 21 1990 The coupon must be given to the installer along with cash check or money order for $500 upon installation of your service Your FREE pay cable connection has to be installed ATTHE SAME TIME and in the same residence This coupon cannot be redeemed for cash and must accompany your order for service along with payment for the $500 special holiday offer

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