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2B SIOUX EMPIRE Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Friday, July 15, 1994 DAKOTA DATELINES Police: Man killed self with forklift RAPID CITY A man linked to a woman's disappearance killed himself four days after helping a friend report her missing, authorities said. Thomas Kueter, 29, allowed a forklift to run him down at the Rapid City plant where he worked, Pennington county cor oner Mike Jacob has ruled. Police said they fear Kueter died holding the key to the June 24 disappearance of Tina Mar- cotte, 30. Marcotte was last seen getting into Kueter s car for a ride home from work. Husband accused in ex-wife's death M ANDERSON A Man- derson man faces federal charges of second-degree murder in the beating death of his former wife. Kevin Keester, 31, is accused in the death of Rhoda Twiss, 31. Twiss died Monday at Rapid City Regional Hospital after being beaten at Keester s home July 5, authorities said. Twiss' survivors include three daughters and one son. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Agnes Church in Manderson. Rapid City man dies in one-car accident RAPID CITY A Rapid City man was killed early Wednesday in a one-car acci dent near Johnson Siding, the Pennington County Sheriff's department said. Thomas M. Mathews, 24, died after his car apparently missed a curve on state Highway 44 and went off the road, authorities said. Mathews was thrown from the car, which landed on him, the sheriff's department said. Sully County added to disaster list PIERRE Sully County was added Thursday to the list of flood-disaster counties. Gov. Walter D. Miller signed paperwork declaring a state of emergency m the central South Dakota county because of flooding that has damaged roads, bridges and agricultural land. So far this year, the state has declared emergencies in 21 communities. The federal gov ernment has followed up with a disaster declaration for 15 of those counties. Miller has asked that six other counties be added to the federal list. Senate panel OKs air-service money The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday approved $33.4 million for the Essential Air Service Program for 1995, which provides money for flights to several South Dakota cities. The Clinton administration and the House of Representatives proposed cutting the financing, which jeopardized service to Mitchell and Brookings, said Sen. Larry Pressler, R-S.D. Under an earlier House version, only Yankton would have qualified for money, he said. Besides full financing for air service, the Transportation Appropriations Bill includes money for South Dakota's highways, bridges, railroads and airports, Pressler said. The full Senate now will consider the bill. Loans available for flood repairs PIERRE South Dakota homeowners and businesses suffering from flood-related damage from this year's rains have access to financial help. The U.S. Small Business Administration on Thursday said it will accept loan applications for physical damage and economic injury in Brookings and Codington counties. The disaster loan area also includes the contiguous counties of Clark, Day, Deuel, Grant, Hamlin, Kingsbury, Lake and Moody, as well as Lincoln and Pipestone counties in Minnesota. The SBA loans offer interest rates from 3.625 to 7.125 percent. For more information, contact the Small Business Administration, Disaster Area 1 Office, 360 Rainbow Blvd. S., Third Floor, Niagara Falls, NY 14303. Man accused of robbing woman at knife point By MIKE TRAUTMANN Argus Leader Staff A Rapid City man has been charged with robbing a woman at knife point early Thursday in east Sioux Falls and taking her car. Roger Darrell Reuer Jr., 34, is being held in the Minnehaha County Jail on $50,000 bond after he appeared Thursday in Magistrate Court on charges of aggravated assault and first-degree robbery. At 1:53 a.m., Jolynn Rae Routh was at the Get-N-Go at 2217 E. 10th St. when a man got into her vehicle while it was unattended, police said. The man was carrying a knife and struggled with Routh before she was able to escape without injuries. Authorities have no evidence suggesting that the two knew each other. Reuer was arrested at 2:40 a.m. Thursday In the 800 block of West First Street after a resident became suspicious of him and called police. Reuer was arrested after a short pursuit on foot. Reuer has been charged with more than a half-dozen crimes since he was sent to prison for 10 years in 1987 for grand theft and attempted drug trafficking. Reuer was sentenced June 8 to pay a $100 fine after he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Police said Reuer threatened to kill a man he thought was dating his wife, Peggy Reuer. On June 8, Reuer was sentenced to pay a $100 fine and ordered to have no contact with Peggy Reuer after he admitted violating a protection order filed against him. Police arrested Reuer after he ordered Peggy Reuer into his car May 16 to work out their relationship. Reuer was arrested July 6 on a charge of violating a protection order against his one-time wife, Peggy Reuer. Police said Reuer drove to her residence May 26 and started shouting at her. V 1 V1 Bill Haines Argus Leader Light on his feet Tom Lemme flies over his upside-down skateboard Thursday afternoon as he takes off from the steps at the playground at Mark Twain Elementary scnooi. Sleuths: Teachers hope to increase interest in science Continued from 1 B mary Opbroek, 45, a science and math teacher at Burke High School. "I get so tired of that." Opbroek and four other teachers were creating a fake crime scene Thursday afternoon. David Sivertsen, 50, a Miller High School science teacher, was the culprit in the burglary of a van owned by Huron High School science teacher Tom Barket, 50. The team left evidence on the van and on Sivertsen and another team of teachers was to inspect the crime scene and make scientific deductions. "I'm the culprit," Sivertsen said. The teachers enjoyed their work, laughing and teasing each other as they left fingerprints on the van and a piece of carpet on the bottom of Sivertsen's shoe. But they said there was a serious message in their work Instructor is pen pals with Charles Manson By TOM LAWRENCE Argus Leader Staff BROOKINGS They're an unlikely pair to be exchanging letters, the Iowa high school science teacher and cult leader and convicted murderer Charles Manson. Jim Hurley, 43, who teaches at Waverly High School and serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Northern Iowa in the summer, has written and received letters from Manson for the past year. "Manson proclaims strongly his innocence," Hurley said. "He said he was not involved. Of course, he was." Hurley, who is conducting a week-long seminar on forensic science in Brookings, sought Manson for insight into the criminal mind. The two have corresponded about 24 times, he said. He said Manson as revealed through his letters is childish, vindictive and generally bizarre. this week. "There's a lot of good science here," said Judy Vondruska, 30, a Mitchell High School science teacher. She started a crime laboratory class at the end of the 1993-94 school year for students in her advanced biology and physics classes. "This shows them they can use the science they've been learning for the past few years," she said. Police: Students make up half of town's population Confinued from 1 B Dan Gukeisen, who lived in a frat house for three years and now attends the law school, said, "Police walking or driving by use noise meters or anything they can to gain entrance." USD students make up about half of Vermillion's 10,000 population. The yearly influx of 18- to 20-year-olds, many of whom are away from home for the first time, translates into an underage drinking problem that isn't going to go away, Wright said. "Are we getting criticized for upholding the law, enforcing the law?" he asked. "Well, that's too bad, then." Statistics show that when underage drinking is ignored, it results in more physical and sexual assaults, thefts, damage to private property and drunken driving, Wright said. The police would be neglecting their duty to protect citizens if they didn't address the problem. The same goes for police calls on frat houses, most of which are in response to complaints from neighbors or people inside, he said. But police respond differently to student complaints, said Gukeisen, who claimed to be the victim of several thefts. "When you call in a complaint it seems like they kind of blow you off." Not so, Wright said. "We answer the calls as quick as we can with the workload we have ... and our stats can show that, too." Carole Cox, coordinator of co-curric-ular programs and Greek life, knows students and police often see opposite sides of the coin. "It's a perception students have that everything that has to do with them is extremely important and needs immediate attention, and I know the police need to prioritize their response to different calls. I'm not sure that's always communicated to the students or the general public," she said. But if the Vermillion survey is any indication, about half of the USD student body isn't complaining. Paul Verbanac has heard the beefs but said the police are doing their job. DAKOTA CALENDAR Today's events Sioux Falls Canaries, 6:05 p.m., at Thunder Bay. Plaza Concerts, noon, Reardon Plaza behind the Old Courthouse Museum. Free. Scheduled to perform: Christopher . Grundy. Water-ski show, 7 p.m., Catfish Bay Water Ski Park. For information, call 336-0648. Meeting, Department of Transportation, 10 a.m., Pizza Ranch, 945 S. Marion Road. Discussion of construction activities on Highway 42 from Marion Road to Highway 17. Live music Rider West, country, 9 p.m. to 1 :30 a.m., Grain Bin, 339-1264. Body and Soul, variety, 9 p.m. to 1 :30 a.m., Howard Johnson's Sunbird Lounge, 336-9000. John Doe, rock, 9:30 p.m. to 1 :30 a.m., Pomp Room, 332-1 771. Radio X, rock, 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Shadows Lounge, west of Tea. Tom Peterson and Dick Dawson, folk, 8 p.m. to midmqht, Theo s, 338-6801 . Mariah, variety, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., VFW, 338-0869. Kristie Holler and Elli Stokkan, originals, 9 to 1 1 p.m., Your House for Coffee, 332-5004. The Argus Leader Invites notices of meetings, entertainment, programs, lectures and other events which are open and of interest to the general public. Information should be typed and include the contributor's name and telephone number. Please submit at least one week in advance to: Dakota Calendar, Argus Leader, P.O. Box 5034, Sioux Falls 57117-5034. H BE The Argus Leader Classified 0 4000 AlterationsSewing BEV'S CUSTOM DRAPERY All handmade, free estimates. Experienced, 118" wide novelty sheer, 332-5776 4020 Air Conditioning Summer Air Conditioning SERVICE SPECIAL- $29.00 Prompt & Professional Call 338-8552 4055 BathShower Repair Save time and $$. Bathtubs, countertops & appliances re-finished. McGillick's Color Change, 339-4661. 4070 Building ALL Sidewalks, decks, roofs, fiatios, & garages 1 5-20 off hru 9194. Johnson Bros. Construction, 256-0562 Building & Remodeling & Concrete Work CALL TOM 333-0812 HOME Maintenance, building, painting, repairs, clean up. Free estimates. Greg 338-3199; Scott 335-5523 TAILOR MAIDS- Residential cleaning. Licensed. References. Supplies provided. Free estimates. 339-0838 IIC AW l uu u The Butlers Full Service Cleaning. Residential, commercial & rentals. References. 332-3966. Licensed & Bonded. 4140 Concrete A&A Construction Bonded & Insured. Sidewalk, Driveway, Approaches. Home 330-9940. Business 366-7358 Anderson Construction Concrete, flatwork, footings, driveways, drain tiling. Free estimates. 335-8816. CONCRETE FINISHING Sidewalks, driveways, etc. Free estimates. JW Concrete 335-5525, 360-3101. CONCRETE SAWING Fire escape openings cut in basement walls. Northwest Concrete Cutting, 334-4700. FOUNDATION REPAIR. Straighten & reinforcement of foundation, repair cracks, drain tile, tuckpointing of chim-neys, walks & steps. 336-7715 One Day Seminar on "Managing Properties with the Low Income Housing Tax Credit" Hegg Companies, Inc. 338-1 121 4087 Carpentry F & P INC. Additions, garages, decks, siding, shingling, concrete, painting, 3369305, 339-2251. JOHNSON CONSTRUCTION. Driveways, sidewalks, approaches, misc. concrete, bonded, insured. 334-1782 366-7797, 333-3030 MR. ED, THE HANDYMAN General carpentry, cabinets, wallpapering, painting, woodworking, furniture repair, maintenance repair. No job too small. 371-2515. 4090 Carpet Service CARPET INSTALLATION & Restretching, 25 yrs. experience. References. Free estimates. 334-6534. MIKES CARPET SERVICE Carpet & Vinyl installation. No job to small. 28 yrs. exp. 331-5410. Nationwide Cleaning Systems Specialists in carpet & furniture, dry cleaning or steam, for exact prices can 331-5050. PROFESSIONAL Carpet & vinyl installation. Free estimates. Call J&T Floors 338-4728 leave message 4110 Cleaning ACTION MAINTENANCE Commercial Office Cleaning & Tile Restoration. Licensed, Insured, Bonded 361-3919 1.0 Eiihiii'iMifffiira Vlot&S " Bring in your old - A 1- i 1 j cc upgraaea ELLULARONE' 3800 W. 41st Street, Sioux Falls 362-8000 DIRTY WINDOWS? Call Clear View, 14 yrs. experience. High Quality. Free estimates. 334-4032. FOR all your cleaning needs-Commercial & residential. Free estimates. References. AJ Cleaning 339-3932 O i iAV r LANNERS: Sidewalks, driveways, patios, approaches, floors, etc. Bonded, insured. 335-7235; 366-0130, 333-3031 MCCOLLAR Construction. For all your remodeling, concrete & building needs. Bonded & Insured. Gary, 338-3953 4177 Drywall DRY WALL HANGING, TAPING, TEXTURING, FREE ESTIMATES, 336-9620 4185 Equipment Repair MARSO'S Outdoor Equipment 3320 S. Duluth Ave. 334-6905 Service & repair for all gas-powered outdoor equipment. 4225 Furniture All Types UPHOLSTERY Fabrics, Restyling 334-9771 C-J's Furniture Repair Wicker Repair & Chair Caning 334-3252-StrippingRefinishing PREFERRED PAINTING FURNITURE STRIPPING & REFINISHING-339-2087 4270 Lawn and Garden A Full Service Co. Prairie Green, landscaping, lawn care, sodding, seeding, re-taining walls. 338-8205 A Fully Insured Company HANSEN MAINTENANCE Mowing, trimming, edging 334-1921 ASPEN Landscaping. Professional mowing, landscape, fertilizing & yard services, retaining wallsS36-8122 HARRISBURG TREE FARM- Your invitation to select your favorite tree directly from our S.D. Certified Nursery, 20 beautiful varieties. Installation available. Buy from the grower. 743-5425. LAWN MOWING SERVICE Residential, commercial, free estimates. Sioux Falls area. Brandon, 582-2179 Silchuk's Lawn Care. Commercial, Residential. Mowing, trimming & more. Low price. 333-0489 leave message Underground sprinkler repair & installation, use commercial tarts. Free estimates. GEN-SIS Sprinklers, 361-3332 4330 Medical Services THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE First Visit 15 Off One discount per customer Tues.-Sat. 8-8. 336-7107 4340 Miscellaneous Services D'S SERVICE-Bonded Shingling-painting-carpentry-faucets-furnance etc 336-9224 SUBSTITUTE TEACHER Will do remodeling & repairs. Call 339-1723 anytime, leave message. Tracy's Massage & Spa Canton, 5D 987-2399 Toni or Conni 4370 MovingStorage JAY'S STORAGE New units, 15x5410x27 or larger. Southwest. 368-2762. Oscar's Mini Storage Open 7 days. Sunday 11am-5:30pm. Motorhomes, boats, cars. Fenced & security. 5th St. & Kiwanis 334-4595 OUTDOOR STORAGE in well lighted fenced & blacktop lot. Indoor storage available. 334-0988 Swift Self Storage 4380 PaintingPapering ACTION PAINTING Quality work at a reasonable price. Exterior & interior. Free estimates. 338-4329 AFFORDABLE PAINTING Free estimates. Interiorexterior & much more. 339-1437 ALPHA PAINTING Residential Business Farm also Power Washing 335-6258 An All Seasons painting ser- vice, free estimates, commer- 4460 Home cial, resident, interior, exterior, Improvement Precision Painters 331-5923 lmprovemc"' BILL & BILLIE DECORATING JVmTiZo wKPaP,e?inn?s'hPnaQin,i?r9eeW- nM SrerJSd- mams, ffiffTxp. 'gaVflgo Am??"'" CAM Painting Service A?P,TJ,0N?' ' ?",e,f.9y IS6? Interiorexterior. 3 yrs experi- 1,2j12. :J?P'e'!,r "',h 2 ence, free estimates'! 335-l"l35 sliding gdoors 1 1q ft Don't pay morel Mr. Mainte- heater, around $8000. Fast nance for paintingsiding service 336-9620 males: 366-3492 (53 call) ALAN AMDAHL Construction ! - Custom homes & professional MULHAIR'S Referral Service- remodeling. Fair estimates. Names of certified painters & Quality guaranteed. 338-0093. gggNoa' CONSTRUO- PAINTING Additions, garages & decks, 20 yrs. experience. Neat & shingling. Free Estimates, reasonable. 3Free7 estimates. A-1 Quality paper perfect R.J. Thurman & Co. Bldrs. Creative wallpapering, Insured Free estimates rPTSL" rt9nr?BBRCnmbin9- CARPENTER Call Joan at 330-8860. Build-Remodel-Repair SCHMIDT'S DESIGNS Home & Business framing & Papering, painting, drapes, finishing Terry 338-1018 L?.SiltSofiLrC0nmhr?alii??B DRYWALL PATCHING & yrs. experience. Deb 332-5236 nEpAR Texture, hand & SIGNATURE PAINTING spray, painting, light car- Quality painting, affordable pentry. 30 yrs. exp. 528-6784. ET.2,eRrRXrqoF-JI9 GUSTAFSON'S estimates. G. B. 330-9036 HOME REMODELING & REPAIR, call Mark at 335-6104, free estimates. 4390 Personal Services midwest BUILDERS- Free Psychic Channeler answers estimates, licensed, bonded, most questions on health, rela- references, new homes FHA tionships, business, or spiritual homes, garages, shingling & paths. Appointment: 360478. " m1ag3f ' PETERSEN CONSTRUCTION a Ant n.c i Carpentry, remodeling, & re- 4407 PetsServices placement windows S doors. LOISTAN COUNTRY FREE ESTIMATES. 333-2311 KENNEL: Dog & cat Remodeling-Additions-Re- boarding. Great location re- pairs. Carpentry & drywall. modeled facilities. 334-851 1 f our Seasons Sunrooms, Re-modeling Specialists 335-0322 Remodeling? Home Repairs? 4430 Plumbing Call: Knutson Construction & Handyman Service. Free Es- ACE Sewer & Drain Service timates, 332-8617. 24 hr drain cleaningelectric augerhigh pressure water jet Remodeling & New Construc- Call Paul Ahrendt 333-2351 tion, Shingling, Siding, Ce- ment. 19 years exp. Insured. Amies Plumbing, Heating & References. 331-2428. Handyman. Residential & Commercial. 25 yrs. exp. SCHNEIDER HOMES, your 361-7530 or mobile 366-8005. complete remodeling center. . r No job too big or too smalll KIDD HVAC Contractor, 30 Free estimates 330-2713. yrs. experience. Licensed & btM'frJKK'F'KI SUN ROOM ADDITIONS estimates. 333-2904 mobile, FREE In-Home Demo. 338-9906 office Advance Schaefer -Zz 47 yrs. experience MJK PLUMBING 338-2741 Heating Air Conditioning. tuc nnnn nnrrnn SD State License. Install water THE DOOR DOCTOR heaters, softeners & furnaces. Residential repair, windows & Remodels, service & repairs, goors, remodeling. Call Tom No job too big or small. Bruce, 332-0933. 338-4659; 428-3666 ASK about our apeclal RESCUE PLUMBING & Sewer AiV,T ilirf-ifrii.ttJ Rooter Service. Specializing in '9ut CI?S.f.n2 plumbing, sewer & drain 22SL'i.wV nk.i9 cleaning 335-3081, ' 80-12 Noon 24 hrs. 1-800-57-Rescue Saturday. 4480 Rooting All types of roofing & construction. Quality work, Insured. References. Johnson Bros Construction 256-0562 Al's A-1 Roofing. Tearoffs, layovers, repairs, new construction. Insured. Quality work. Free estimates. 335-2203 Anderson Construction Shingle Tearoffs, replacement, re-roofs. Free Estimates. 335-8816. KREMIN CONTRACTING Reroofs, tearoffs. References Free estimates. 360-2649 ROOFING Experienced, insured, great prices. All types roofing. Free estimates. 361-5459 ROOFING, REROOFING T-LOCKS, 3 TABS, Free Estimates, 336-9620 STEVE TUMBLESON Construction. Roofing & remodeling. Free estimates. We feature 25 yr. shingles. Call anytime 543-5623 WETLANDS CONST. Residential shingling tear off. In Sioux Falls area. We're fast, neat, insured, and proud ol our work. References available. Free Estimatet 363-5233 4600 TVStereoCBVCR Sales & Service DASHBOARD ELECTRONICS HOME, CAR & CB Sales, SArviro A installation nn mnot makes. I-29 at 41st, 361-8080 JUST VCR'S REPAIR RAarfi Sanun Hitarhi ntharo fllir-lf COnjlfa rlAaninn u.ila you wait. 361-6388 McHENRY VIDEO REPAIR VCR's, Camcorders, Nintendo Reasonable rates, fast service FREE ESTIMATES. 339-8866 4610 Tree Service SIOUX EMPIRE TREE Stump & Shrubbery Removal. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. 334-4880. STEVE'S TREE SERVICE Trees & hedges, trimmed & removed. Free estimates. 334-8676 or 647-2569 WILL CUT UP a HAUL AWAY TREES & Any Uncollected Garbage Call 338-9967 4623 Tutoring Certified Teacher for Summer Tiitnrinn Will tutor irt m, hnmk in any subject area. Call Amy iui IIIUID illiu. OOO-I0O4 4630 Upholstering FOR all your uDholsterv needS. furnitlirA Auto, marina & business. Call 361-6404 BUSINESS &SERVIGE EXPERT RATEFi 4 Lines for 30 Days - $49 Call 331-2345 or 1 -800-341 -SOLD mm i' t (' , 30 jDaw Rate Not Refundable 1 M

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