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;4AGrtat Falls Tribune TV show recreating Lisa Kimmell murder r- BILLINGS (AP) - Ron and tfojheila Kimmell relived the murder their daughter Lin this weekend in hopes that a national television audience can help find the killer. ;';;A six-member Los Angeles film brew for the program "Unsolved Mysteries" backed a rented van full ' of equipment up to the Kimmell home Saturday and began a four-' day shot on the murder of their 18-year-old daughter. On Sunday the ' crew headed for Wyoming, where the girl was killed. ... The 10-to 12-minute segment of the show is slated for airing early f'next year. "'" Lisa Kimmell disappeared from a .Wyoming highway on March 25 while driving from Denver to Bil-. lings. Her body was found on April 2 '. In the North Platte River near Casper, Wyo. She had been stabbed repeatedly. ' ! The television cameras rolled as ' Ron and Sheila Kimmell described their oldest daughter's independence , and maturity, her hopes for the fu-i ture. They painfully described the loss they've felt arid their undying "determination to catch those responsible for Lisa's murder. "We are driven, but we aren't consumed, and we won't give up," ' said Sheila Kimmell, formerly of ' Great Falls. ! The Kimmells described how Lisa had always wanted a sports car and had arranged her own financing for a black 1988 Honda CRX Si. Author-i ities still search for that car. . "Anyone who's a parent can iden-:tify with this story," director Dan I Gomez said during a break from filming. "It's a terrible thing to lose a child. This could be anyone's kid." The Kimmells called "Unsolved Bitterroot Forest MISSOULA (AP) - A 14-year 'veteran supervisor of the Bitterroot National Forest died of heart failure a day after he retired from the job. '- Robert S. Morgan, 66, a Choteau native, died Saturday at a hospital in Missoula. He served 44 years with the U.S. Forest Service and had a "special ' ability to deal with controversy," " Said John Mumma, regional forester. ' "' Morgan was assigned to the Bitterroot forest after a bitter con-"troversy over logging practices, ' Mumma said. "He had a special Weather Great Falls Today, partly cloudy with a chance of morning fog or low " elouds. High in the upper 50s. Tonight, increasing clouds with a 20-percent chance of showers. Low in mid 30s. Tuesday, mostly cloudy with a 40-percent chance of showers. High near 60. GREAT FALLS RECAP 24 hours to 6 p.m trace Total this month to date trace Same month last year 0.02 Normal this month to date 0.48 Jan. 1 to date this year 9.87 FORECAST FOR Warm Stationary SKTImbtr Billings est of Dlvujo Mostly tunny and mild with 0 slow worming trend. Somt high clouds dtvol ooioo rwor the custom slopos of tho Rockies Frldov. Highs mostly 90s at first worming Into tho upper SOs and lowor Ms Thursday and Frldoy. Lows In tho Ms ond Ms. Most of Divide Mostly sunny, mild ond dry with wormlno trond. Tomporaturos rlslnt obovo normal by Thursday. Friday Incroaslnf hloh clouds with o chonco of showors Wit. Hlohs In tho SOs at first rising Into tho upoor SOs and lowor oOs by Thursday. Lows In thousand Ms. Broodus Sunt Cut Bonk Dillon Drummond Glasgow Gltndlvo Groal Foils Mownstrom Homilton Hordtn Morlowton Ptorthwestorg Today, variable clouds with scattorod mainly mountain showors. Tonight and Tuesday, scattorod showors vallevs. Rom ovor tho mountains. Kolitooll lompt a Si mm MM. Ubby tomos 90 JJ Si poo 10 M 40. Westeentrol Today, vorlobto clouds with widoly scattorod. mainly mountoln, showors. Tonight ond Tutsdoy, scattorod thowort vol It vi. Ram ovor tho mountains. Missoula ttmpt 43 it St pop 10 to 40. foHsrtttwMt CMmjvIi TottoVf portly cloudy. Tontaht, tncrmo-Ifoff ctowdt with tcotttrtd mainly mountoln thowtrt. Twttdoy, cottorod Hwwn with iwrioos 04 rain ovor tho mountains. Cut ftor tomot M M OOP W Ltbtw Mitts City PIOfltVO-BOd Rod Loon Superior T. Foils W.Yoiiottti Wisdom U.S. on x. x i i FRONTS: Cold Cllt m LtFrcOt Aleonv.N.Y. 00 45 m Aieueuerous 10 44 ctr Amorlllt it 4f dr AMhtroot N If ra Aihtvliie 07 M cdV Allanto 74 4f coy AhontlcCltr 70 4S coy Austin M 41 cay BOtttmere 74 41 n Birmingham 74 44 cdv 0mort 40 it coy Belie 77 4 , cdv Boston SI 41 ' m Brownsville H 41 cdy ButtOM 74 S4 fll Bvrllngtori.V1. 04 SO m Colgory S4 N X Cower 73 It cdy Clw1eslen.S C. 74 54 cdv Ctior1eston,.vg. 71 24 ' m Chprtom,t4.C 71 41 cdv Choyontio ol 4S ctt CMcoto 7S (7 .11 dr Cmcmnott 41 SI ,U cdy ClevelonO 70 SI cdy Cotumbio.SC. 77 17 cdy Celumbat.OMi 01 41 cdy Conoro.MH 40 41 re Dwiet-FrMorlli oj 44 coy Ooyton SO SO . It cdy Denver 70 44 cdy DesMvinos 47 41 cdy Oetrolt 40 SI Jl ra Outa St 41 .It c S40. cloudy ond not so windy. Tuesday, mostly cloudy with scattered mainly mountain Heteno tempo 03 )l 43 pop T0 14) 10. Boiomon tomH II Mil ooo t MM. Momcentrot Today, portly cloudy. Tonight, Increasing clouds with o slight chonco of showers. Tuesday, scattered Havre tempt SO II SO pop SO W 40. Control Today, partly cloudy. Tonight, slight chonco of showers. Tuesday, scattered Lewistown temps St 14 SO pop TO 20 40. cloudy. Tuesday, mostly cloudy with wMttv scattered showers. Glasgow temps St 2 SO pop TO TO 20. gnu Hit Urn Ftp. 40 41 m m m Monday, October 17, 1988 Mysteries" last May. "It's the very tragic element, the brutality, the senselessness, the appeal of a young girl who was so motivated to excel," said Cynthia Buzzard, segment producer. "She was kind of a model kid." Saturday's filming also included a recreation of the "search headquarters" in the Kimmells' dining room, where Sheila Kimmell coordinated early efforts. Lisa's teen-age sisters, Sherry and Stacy, were filmed putting up posters at Billings locations as they did in March. Ron Kimmell was filmed driving local highways in search of the missing car, and family friend Al KetterUng, a Billings private investigator, was interviewed. The film crew left Sunday for Buffalo, Wyo., to re-enact the March 26 sighting of Lisa and her car at gas stations and convenience stores. Buzzard said Nikkl Clark of Billings would play the part of Lisa. Since Lisa's car is still missing, the program will feature it as much as possible, Buzzard said. The show borrowed an identical car from a Casper man and had license plates custom-made to recreate Lisa's "LIL MISS." In Wyoming the crew planned to interview Natrona County sheriffs investigators, and two fishermen who found the body were to re-enact that part of the story. A mannequin will be used for the re-enactment of Lisa's body being thrown off a bridge and being pulled from the river by officers. The crew also is to interview Douglas, Wyo., highway patrolman Al Lesco, who stopped Lisa for speeding about 25 miles outside town on March 25. supervisor dies way of being able to sit down and visit with folks and bring a sense of consensus on what should happen. He was a true conservationist and people respect that." Morgan served as supervisor of the Helena National Forest from 1961 until 1974, where be was instrumental in the establishment of the Scapegoat Wilderness north of Lincoln in 1972. He began working with the U.S. Forest Service as a smokejumper. He received regional and national awards for environmental work and leadership. Jan. 1 to date last year 13.50 30-year normal to date 13.36 Sunrise 7:46 a.m. Sunset 6:35 p.m. High this date 85 in 1895 Low this date 8 in 1930 6 P.M. TODAY (BREEZY C 1966 Accu-Weather, Inc n 74 70 U tr SO tr 41 tr SI Edmonton SO IS M EIPoso It a clr Evonsvlllo 44 S3 .14 cdy Folrbonkt 11 .03 mi Forgo 40 43 cdy Floostoff 70 20 clr GrondRoplds 01 52 1.3 ra GrsensBoro,N.C. 71 41 cdv Horttord 45 41 ra Honolulu 10 71 cdy Houston 17 40 cdy Indianapolis 40 51 JS cdv Jockson.Mlu. 13 SO cdy Jacksonville 7t 52 cdy Juneau 45 41 cdy KonsosCtty 71 41 M clr LosVeaas N SO clr UttleRock 77 tl .8 cdy UnAngtltt tl 40 cdy Louisville St SI .11 cdy Lubbock It S3 clr Memphis 72 Si .15 Cdv MlemiBoocn II 74 cdv MUkmd-Odttoi It 52 cdy Mllwaukte 70 57 .15 cdv MpnvStPoul 42 52 41 cdy Nashville 45 45 J2 Cdv NewOrttom 13 5) cdv NewYtrkCtty 44 SI cdy NorfoMLvg. 74 45 cdy NorthFlotte 71 40 clr OklenomoClty 14 SI .It cdy Omano 71 4t .02 clr Orlando 13 44 JU cdy MMelpMg 75 44 rfl Fhsenli 04 44 clr Frnsburgh 73 47 m Forhand. Mains S3 44 rn Fortlond,Org. 70 tl cdv FrevWenco 45 44 rn RoMgh ' 74 43 cdv Rapacity 41 44 J2 cdv Booing 42 24 JU Bono 11 V Or Richmond 77 41 cdy Socrgmtntt 07 55 ctr ItLeuls 71 II .11 ctr lattLokeCity 75 44 Of SonAiMonit 17 tl cdy tonOieee 74 41 cdy lonFronclsct to St Or SorUuon.FR. 01 74 cdv ItiloMgrlt 54 SO Jl cdy Soomt 50 53 .It cdv Ihrpvtpprt 01 St cdv HouiFglls tl 44 cdv Spot ant 44 57 cdv tvrocust 70 41 Jl rn Temee-HFIrtbe 04 tl cdv Tooekg O 41 Jl ctr Tucson tl SO dr Tmso ' a St cdv wotMngtttlD.C 77 40 m syicnno IS 41 dr WllHS-torrs 74 44 m WthrHnotoiOtt 1 41 fit 41 Sl 47 .14 41 SI 47 M IS .14 44 .01 4 M SI tr 41 tr S4 tr 42 tr 44 .05 44 .IS 51 4i .a 45 . 41 .17 40 a S3 .! 40 M M 43 M SO .14 44 tr 41 tr Statlotlco BIRTHS LANGENBERG-MILLER -Daughter to Ann Langenberg-Miller and Terry W. Miller, Great Falls. GASVODA - Son to Andre and Scott Gasvoda, Fairfield. State deaths SHELBY - ADAMS, Clarence W 82, a retired oil-field worker, died Saturday in Toole County Hospital after a long illness. His funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Burns Funeral Home; burial in Mountain View Cemetery. Bom in Grettinger, Iowa, he moved with his family to Montana, where they homesteaded 12 miles north of Devon. He attended Willow Creek rural school. In 1932, he married Dorothy Henry and they farmed the homestead for several years. The World War II Army veteran worked in oil fields in the Kevin-Sunburst area as a tool dresser and driller. In 1970, ill health forced his retirement. Survivors: his wife; daughters, Darlene Sherrard of Shelby and Eileen Whitfield of Great Falls; brothers, Ha trie of Washington state and Kenneth of Whitefish; sister, Ardith Lang of Eugene, Ore.; four grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. HAVRE - LIVESAY, Lawrence J., 73, retired railroad carman, died Saturday at a Havre hospital of natural causes. Rosary will be Monday at 7 p.m. at Holland and Bonine Chapel, with Mass at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Jude's Catholic Church and burial at Highland Cemetery. He was bom in West-hope, N.D. He and his family moved to Sweetgrass Hills, then to Havre, where he attended high school. In 1939 he married Martha Pearce. They lived in Havre, where he worked as a carman for the railroad. He retired in 1980 and they moved to Clancy for two years before returning to Havre. His wife Timber. western Montana in Congress, said industry lobbyists already have begun pushing for more federal timber. "They've been blunt about that," Williams said. "They have shown me considerable material, including charts that indicate they don't have much more to cut in the near future on their own lands. They have to turn now to the public's timber." Demands for more public timber do not surprise the Forest Service, but government officials doubt that public lands can sustain the region's mills. - For instance, Chuck Spoon, program officer for the Lolo National Forest, recently assessed the issue for the Missoula Economic Development Corp. His conclusion: "When they (regional mills) either run out or drop their harvesting off ter are asked whether they want the property nominated. Public agencies, however, are simply invited to comment on the proposed nomination, she said. Under federal and state law, public agencies "do not have the ability to approve or disapprove nominations," Sherry said. Public agencies are assumed to have "somewhat a higher obligation" than pri- , vate owners in recognizing historic significance, she said. Both the city and Cascade County will be invited to comment on the nomination, and the comments would be considered during reviews by state and federal agencies, she said. But the final decision would be made based on the property's historical significance, she said, not History. tactics in the 1952 election; Bodkins was contesting some votes Quayle had taken as a senator and claiming that Republicans were hiding him in less populated states because of questions about his qualifications. But other than some changes in names and issues, Quayle's proclamation of economic prosperity and peace through strength under Republican leadership sounded much Gty starts draining water tank today The city Public Works Department today is to begin draining a city water tank on Thirty-third Street and Eighth Avenue South for Inspection and maintenance. A drain pipe from the water tank is located on Thirty-fourth Street and Ninth Avenue South. Residents are advised not to be alarmed by the sight of water running out of the drain. The work will take several days, according to Dan Kandilas, city utilities supervisor. Billings Rehabilitation Center recertified BILLINGS (AP) - The Rehabilitation Center at St. Vincent Hospital has been recertified for an additional three years by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. The commission gave its approval after a panel surveyed the hospital's services, evaluating 500 criteria for standards of treatment. St. Vincent is one of 304 U.S. hospitals certified by the commission. Among its services, the center treats people with severe injuries to the head and spinal cord, strokes, or illnesses such as multiple sclerosis. On the died in 1984. Survivors: sons, Larry of Yreka, Calif., Leonard of Havre, Bob of Great Falls and Dick of Clancy; daughters, Mary Berg of Havre and Carol Jappe of Havre; brothers, Bill of Havre and Kenny of Denver; sister, Catherine Hedman of Columbia Falls; and nine gmad-children. LINCOLN - MORRIS, Sally, 81, a homemaker, died Wednesday at her home after a long illness. Her funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Lincoln Community Hall with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens cemetery of Helena. Bom Sally Hall In Lakeville, Ind., she attended schools there and married Walter Morris in 1925 at Lakeville. Soon after their marriage, they began farming in the Lakeville area. They later farmed in the Nimrod, Minn., area and during World War II did trucking in the state. They began operating a truck stop in Dear River, Minn., in 1947, and stayed there until 1968, when they moved to Lincoln and operated a truck stop there for 13 years. Her husband died in 1985. Survivors: sons, Pete of Lincoln and Harvey of Dear River; daughters, Esther Holden of Sioux City, Iowa, Auda Mason of Fuller, Calif., Mary Hill of Dear River, Margie Thomas of Orange, Calif., Rose Anderson of Grand Rapids, Minn., and Donna Schuh of Kelliher, Minn.; brothers, Homer Hall of California and Harold Hall of Joshua Tree, Calif.; 36 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Retz Funeral Home, Helena. CUT BANK - RICHARD, Rodney Nell, 48, a farm worker, was found dead Friday at his residence. Results of an autopsy are pending and the Glacier County Sheriffs De- partment is investigating the death, although foul play and suicide have been ruled out, county coroner Gary Bjorkland said Sunday evening. Memorial service will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Bums Funeral Home; burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. Bom at Egeland, N.D., he attended schools there. In 1952, he moved to Cut Bank and worked on area farms for 20 years. Survivors: brothers, Fred of Chicago and Gordon of industrial lands, we are going to see ourselves with more mill capacity than what the forest lands... can supply. I do not believe the supply would be adequate to meet the demands in western Montana." On industrial land the demand is for timber, but public lands face competing demands, from anglers, hunters, hikers, campers, skiers, and others. This recreational demand, based on expectations that wildlife habitat will be protected, can limit the supply of logs available from public land. The industry- admits it has used practices forbidden on public lands massive clearcuts, skidding with tractors down steep slopes, extensive roads built throughout. Both Runyan and Parsons said bad practices have not characterized their company's efforts. '. From 3 A whether the listing is a "popular idea." Critics must mainly address the issue of whether property is historically significant, she said. Stockwell said he would hate to see local-government desires ignored. "I sure hope that's not the case," he said. In any event, Sherry said, being listed on the register "does not bind them (property owners) to do anything," and it can be of help when an agency like the fairgrounds seeks federal grant money. Federal grants require that history be taken into account, and research done to place property on the register can also, help speed up processing of such grants, she said. -FromSA like Nixon's earlier defense of Ike. There was one difference, though. Quayle arrived on a sunny day, with temperatures in the upper 70s and a light breeze blowing his air. Nixon, visiting in late October, thanked the . audience "for this warm reception on the coldest day we have experienced during the campaign to date." Snow was falling, with temperatures in the low 30s. record Seattle; and sisters, Faye Dittman of Minnesota, lone Michels of Cut Bank and Elda Greeno of Havre. Today Gnat Falls International Airport Authority, meets 4 p.m. in the airport conference room in the airport terminal. David Elsenhower, grandson and biographer of the late president, will speak at luncheon for gubernatorial candidate Stan Stephens, noon, Sheraton. There is an admission fee. Cascade County cowriittdonert, regular meeting, 9:30 a.m., and public hearing on proposed new Meadow Lark Ridge fire district, 10:30 a.m., both In the courthouse annex, 325 2nd Ave. N. Cascade County Park Board, 2 p.m. In the courthouse annex, 325 2nd Ave. N. Special flu-shot clinic, noon to 6 p.m., Cascade County Convalescent Home Auditorium, 1130 17th Ave. S. Fires Sunday, 7:56 a.m. Possible fire, 1715 Vaughn Road. 12:31 p.m. Resuscitator call, 3404 3rd Ave. S. . Oniirtl. J" JUSTICE COURT Brett Thomas Nash, 22, 5306 4th Ave. S., arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault and failing to stop and identify himself after striking a parked vehicle. Also arrested on a city court warrant. Bail $25,310. To appear. Rsymond George H1U.70, Black Eagle, arrested on suspicion ol felony theft and .From 3A But the corporations have critics including foresters, soils scientists, wildlife and water biologists, and environmentalists who say the methods of clearcutting and skidding have already done considerable damage. That damage, if it shows up as severe loss of habitat for, say, elk, or if erosion from skidding and road building damages water quality, can trigger the National Environmental Policy Act. NEPA requires the government to protect the environment by, if necessary, stopping further harvests on public land. Last year in the Lolo Creek drainage, Lolo Forest Supervisor Orville Daniels ordered a 10-year moratorium on cutting because Champion had heavily logged its adjacent land in the drainage. "I do think we have a lot more of it to come," Daniels said. TCZoWa ccya FANTASTIC BARGAINS ON DELUXE NEW FURNITURE! WIWILLNOTBEUNDCXSOLDI The word Is out.... Have you heard?? f.'OLDAYTnAlG. iLr.:ooYo... But our phone number is still Dairture Gains Clinic DENTURES PARTIALS RELINES t REPAIRS Fits ContultsSons Mark RlSarihousa, Denturist formerly practicing in Canada 2509 7th Ave. So. 453-5808 Great Falls, MT in Mt Toa Free i-boo-mi-mm milem6nor theft. Bail $10,510. To appear. Meioy MB. Camuffo, 36, Black Eagle, arretted on suspicion of felony theft and misdemeanor theft. Ball $10,410. To Bp-pear. CITY COURT Jack tUymeod Tome, 33, rural Great Fill, arretted on outpiclon of driving under the influence of ilcohol, speeding at night and driving a vehicle with U-cense plates not assigned to It. Bail $399. To appear. OXTORD tV BONBJt Jt UM funeral DirtctorA Br ' v itu jnjnii I vivtjnvnv ow w-wu ADAM! SgrvkM fx Vincent R "Jack' Aitaim. 41 oi OB 12nd Aug. N.E. will be hold Monday (today) at 11:00 a.m. at Hlllcrott Lawn Maut- Muffl witn gmomomom re nwaw. Rev. Howard Van Dyke, offlctatlnB. PINSONNEAULT Services tor Helen F. Plnsonnooult, 7t of 1000 7th Ave. S. will be hgtd Monday (today) at 1:30 p.m. In the Croxfcxd ft Sons Roto Room, with burial In Highland Cemetery. Memorials ouaaeotod to the Gift of Life. Rev. Don Motchert, offkl- atlne. FRICK Gravotldo services grill bo held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. In Highland Cemetery tor Hlldtna Frtcfc. 71, of Mesa Arli. Rev. Don MVchoH, of ficiating, cremation not token ptoce. RASMUS. IF N Service tor Leo L. Rasmusoen, 71 and Llla E. Rao-musoon, M of MIS 5th Ave. N. will bo held Tuesday al 11:00 o.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran cnuren, wim burial In Hlahtond Cemetery. Rev. Tern i wet a orttctanne. ' Whtrtfritndihipdwilh and prom itstlf 1307 CENTRAL AVE M REAT FALLS. MONTAAr--jU 3401, Chimes funerol HI 13th St. South home 4SMIH COLE Groveolde services 11:00 a.m. Phillip Phil A. Cote, 71, 32nd St. " S)?vft The Rev. Rich, ard Dion officiating. . (IHI(IKIIK I 242S-8th AVENUE NORTH MORA Servicei 10:30 A.M. Monday at St. cerara s tnurcn tor utorrarre j. Mara. so. 4014 Sth Ave. So. with Rev. Anthony Smith officiating. Entombment at Hlllcrest Lawn Mausoleum. Memorials to the American Diabetes Association are ougaestea. 1 i9 viaRti iiV i ILLUSIONS HAPPY HOUR 5-9 p.m. Haircute $5.00 Wolk-ira Welcome rHccadiUy lone Wettwood Mall 727-0111 761-0035 'JCaMiwi's Coiffures : Beauty Salon YOUR HAIR CAR! SPECIALISTS! Coma In and register for a FREE GIFT to be given away Oct 24 761-6033 nQTGATE ittutftiO CS41BI II; 15 CM Sw - I 727-661l "H

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