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P9IA Monday, October 13, 1986 The Bismarck Tribune Star Wars other, unrelated ones." Meanwhile, White House communications director Pat Buchanan predicted today the Soviets "will drum up the international communist propaganda apparatus" to create pressure for abandoning Star Wars. "K the American people and the American Congress will move right now to give Ronald Reagan full funding for SDI, the Soviets will come back to the bargaining table," Buchanan said on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America." Kenneth Adelman, director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, called the summit "a big step forward if the Soviets follow through on what they agreed on at Reykjavik. "They gave us the outlines of something that is very workable and do-able in a relatively brief period of time to get us on the road to eliminate this entire class of weapons systems (medium-range missiles)," Adelman said on NBC-TV's "Today" show. He said the Soviets are still "very interested in dealing with this president and this presidency. They know that he has the confidence of the American people on security issues and they know he can deliver the goods." Iceland had been billed as an interim stop en route to a fullblown Reagan-Gorbachev summit, but Sunday's failure appeared to squelch that possibility for now. The failure was all the 'more disappointing given the progress the two sides had made during the initial stages of the talks toward an agreement to slash nuclear arma Sinner rips Reagan's visit here as 'desperate move' By MIKE DORSHER Tribune Staff Writer Gov. George Sinner today called President Reagan's upcoming appearance in Grand Forks "a desperation move" that stands in contrast to his "ghastly policies." The Democratic governor told reporters today that he was not invited to meet with the Republican president, nor has he any intention to be on hand for Reagan's two-hour appearance Friday on behalf of Sen. Mark Andrews, R-N.D. "It's purely a political visit," the governor said. . Sinner plans to work on state business in Bismarck Friday and attend an appearance by Sen. Paul Simon, D-Ill., on behalf of Tax Commissioner Kent Conrad, the Democratic candidate for Senate. Reagan's visit could hurt Andrews more than help him, Sinner City in bad Durate said his personal estimate of material damage was $2 billion, but that an official figure would have to await a survey. All government buildings in the capital were damaged, including the presidential palace, he said. "We are 'practically going to have to reconstruct all of the city," he said. Duarte estimated the number of homeless would rise to more than 300,000. Although he did not explain why it would increase, it appeared to be because the count was not yet complete. Many refugees from civil war fighting between leftist guerrillas and U.S.-backed government troops live in shacks around San Salvador and have swollen its population to about 800,000. Those shantytowns and buildings in the city center suffered the most damage in the quake. Aftershocks, most of them slight tremors, continued throughout Sunday. Twenty mercy flights have arrived with food, medicines, clothing and temporary shelters, Duarte Adams County opens new coal mine A new domestic coal mine will open this week in Adams County, the Public Service Commission said today. The PSC approved Phillip Gup- Esther Hirchert, 47 Wilton, N.D. Services: Wednesday, 2 P.M. Sunne Lutheran Church Wilton, N.D. Officiating: Rev. Marv Mutzenberger YVillard Nkkisch Jim Ri-siliT Ton Mt'in 'Renewing the Strcnch 122 V-ast KiKwr Avfnu Bhm.rck, NO 58502-12'W Phone: (701) 221-.Wo -un(Tnl Home the key ments. The first hint that a breakthrough might be at hand occurred Sunday morning when Soviet arms control expert Yevgeny Velikhov broke the news blackout. He told a British Broadcasting Corp. interviewer that American and Soviet staff aides had made progress toward an agreement on reducing long-range and intermediate nuclear missiles. The interview was broadcast in London, picked up by news agencies and sent around the world. These high expectations were fueled by the announcement that Reagan and Gorbachev were extending their Sunday meeting beyond the planned two-hour session. But the high expectations were quickly dispelled in .the evening when, after Vk hours of meeting, Reagan and Gorbachev bade each other farewell with a pro forma handshake and no smiles. A short while later, Shultz confirmed the collapse of the talks. Speaking in somber tones, he gave the good news first, noting that the sides had verbally agreed to slash long-range missile and bomber aresenals in half in five years and completely by 1996. In addition, they were prepared to eliminate all but 100 warheads on medium-range missiles on each side including all those deployed in Europe during the first five-year phase and the balance of those in 1996 as well, Shultz said. He then gave the disappointing news. "A tremendous amount of headway was made," he told a news conference, "but in the end we couldn't make it." said. "Given the condition this state has been put in by Reaganomics, I wonder that he's coming at all," the governor said. "It seems to me almost a desperation move." Andrews, who once led by 19 points, is now in a dead heat with Conrad, according to the latest independent polls., - Sinner said Reagan's economic policies "have brought havoc" to North Dakota and other agricultural states. "It's incredible to me this administration has so totally ignored these states through all its policies," the governor said; "then it has the audacity to come out here and say, 'We're the good guys.'" Reagan is "a nice man," Sinner said. "But I hear more and more people out here saying, 'We like the man, but man, his policies are ghastly.'" shape said. But he said there is a shortage of temporary shelter and medicines such as tetanus vaccine, anesthetics, antibiotics and analgesics. The United States sent 31 relief workers and $330,000 worth of blankets, tents and other supplies, the U.S. State Department said in Washington. The International Red Cross in Geneva said earlier Sunday that immediate medical needs have been met and no epidemics are feared. The six major hospitals in the city were damaged in the earthquake and many of the injured were sent to Santa Ana, the largest city in western El Salvador, which was undamaged. In a vacant lot near the heavily damaged Bloom Children's Hospital, doctors and nurses worked in a makeshift field hospital. In another field, the homeless built shelters of tin and wood from crates. Meanwhile, rescuers picked their way through the rubble with the aid of specially-trained dog teams brought in from the United States, Switzerland and France. man's $27,365 collateral bond for the Sheep Creek Mine to be opened 10 miles due north of Lemmon, S.D. The bond, which has been deposited with the secretary of state, will ensure the land will be reclaimed if the mine closes. The Sheep Creek Mine essentially replaces a mine near New Leipzig that closed last year due to bonding difficulties. The Sheep Creek Mine should serve a 10 to 12 county area of southwestern North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota, Commissioner Leo Reinbold said. It will sell lump and stoker coal directly to people who pick It up at the mine. 0D CORRECTION - Our ad in yesterday's Tribune, should have read: SWIFT SIZZLEAN q-ti rn BEEF OR PORK & STRIPS...120, JL We are sorry for any Inconvenience. Plains shiver with record lows ' By The Associated Press Unseasonably cold temperatures swept through the Plains today, with readings dipping into the teens in parts of Colorado and Nebraska. Freeze warnings were posted for the western two-thirds of Iowa, southeast Nebraska, central and northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri, with temperatures expected to drop into the 20s and lower 30s overnight. A light freeze warning also was issued for northwest Texas, where low temperatures were expected to be near 30 degrees. It was 19 degrees this morning in North Platte, Neb., breaking the 1970 low of 26, and Dodge City, Kan., tied its previous record low of 32. Midland, Texas, set a new low Sunday when the temperature fell to 45. A travelers' advisory warning of light snow and slippery roads was posted for the central mountains of New Mexico, where 14 inches of snow have fallen in Chama since Saturday. The southern half of the Florida Panhandle was under a flash flood watch after 3 inches to 5 inches of rain fell. Rain was scattered this WEATHER WATCH Ann Bertie, Dickinson Experiment Station, Dickinson : Sunday was a very nice, sunny day. The high was 42 and it got down to 16 for the overnight low. Today it's cool but sunny and the wind is calm. DEATHS Harold M. Botnen JAMESTOWN - Harold M. Botnen, 74, Jamestown, died Oct. 11, 1986, at a Jamestown hospital. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jamestown, with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Jamestown. Mr.. Botnen was born May 25, 1912, at Wilmar, Minn. The family 1 A HAROLD M. BOTNEN to moved to a farm near Tuttle. He worked with the Civilian Conservation Corps. He married Sylvia Fagereng Dec. 7, 1942, at Moor-head, Minn. He served in the Army from 1942 to 1945. After his discharge, he worked on road construction in Kidder and Barnes Counties. He later worked for Honeywell of Minneapolis. They have lived in Jamestown for the past three years. He was a member of the Eagles Civic Center doesn't have to pay fee The secretary of state's office has lost round one of its fight to get a $35 fee out of the Virgil Hill-Eric Winbush boxing match, but don't count it out yet. An attorney general's opinion Issued Friday said Civic Arena Promotions Inc. is exempted from paying the state's $35 fee for a promoter's license because it is a non-profit corporation. That means its proceeds from the Friday fight at the Bismarck Civic Center will be used solely to promote future events there, Civic Center Manager Paul Johnson said today. But not everybody is engaged In this boxing match on a non-profit basis. Hill and Winbush are guaranteed at least $11,000 each, Johnson said. FAM i t-x FOODS morning from the lower Great Lakes across the Ohio, Tennessee and lower Mississippi valleys to eastern sections of central and southern Plains. There were scattered showers and thunderstorms over the central Gulf Coast and parts of south Florida. Light snow was falling this morning over northeast Minnesota. Fair skies and cold temperatures prevailed over northern and central sections of the Rockies and the Plateau, where readings were in the 20s and 30s. There were fair skies early today over the Pacific Coast, with readings in the 40s and 50s. Temperatures around the nation at 2 a.m. CDT ranged from 19 degrees at North Platte to 82 in the Florida cities of Fort Lauderdale, Homestead, Key West, Miami and St. Petersburg. Today's forecast calls for scattered snowshowers across the northern Texas Panhandle, southwest Kansas and northwest Oklahoma, with rain scattered from the rest of Oklahoma, across southern Kansas, parts of the lower Missouri Valley and Arkansas into eastern Texas. 1 Club, Sons of Norway, Jamestown, and the Masonic Lodge, Steele. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, June Goodall, Seattle; two sons, Douglas, San Diego, Calif., and James, Grand Forks; three brothers, Walter, Bismarck, Arthur and Franklin, both of Miles City, Mont.; three sisters, Mrs. Alvhild Lien, Bismarck, Mrs. Lillian Nerby, Billings, Mont., and Mrs. Beverly Anderson, Valley City; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. (Eddy Funeral Home, Jamestown) Ida L. Brigl Services for Ida L. Brigl, . 89, Missouri Slope Lutheran Home, and formerly of Liberty Heights, Mandan, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Church of the Good Shepherd, Mandan, with burial in Mandan Union Cemetery. Visitation will begin at d a.m. Tuesday at Buehler Funeral Home, IDAL. BRIGL Mandan, until time of services. She died Oct. 11, 1986, at the nursing home. Ida L. Drury was born Sept. 13, 1897, at Carlinville, 111. In 1917, she moved to Flasher. She married William Booheister Nov. 5, 1917, at Mandan. In 1938, they moved to a farm southwest of Mandan and in 1942, moved to Sterling. He died in 1949. She married Lorenz Brigl May 11, 1956, at Mandan. He died in 1980. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to the Church of the Good Shepherd, Mandan. She is survived by two sons, William Booheister, Boring, Ore., and Robert Booheister, Bismarck; one daughter, Mrs. Bill (Betty) Lapp, Lincoln; three stepsons, Henry Brigl, Eugene, Ore., Clem Brigl, Arvada, Colo., and Julius Brigl, Mandan; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Amelia Komick and Mrs . Rosella Heck, both of Everett, Wash., Mrs. Frona Zenno, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Marie Albrecht, Bismarck; one half sister, Mrs. Mary Jansen, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.; one half brother, Milburn Drury, Dallas; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; many step-grandchildren; and many step-great-grandchildren. Freda Diehl CARSON - Freda Dlehi, 88, Carson, died Oct. 11, 1986, at the Hettinger hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m." Tuesday at Emmaus Congregational Church, Carson, with burial In the church The Forecastfor 8 p.m. i ii ri a sn a i vsv Showers Ra Flurries Srvow Naftcnal Wmer MrtfcMu. " h,Im. 54 TS Dayton K p. ' 3 BUnurck 4 23 - MilesCity 55 25 Xin J? 2 SEx?. 47 36 II Dickinson 41 20 - Missoula 55 2 il S fith. A 55 c.raQ 31 25 Tr Detroit 45 SI .32 Omaha 46 79 Gd Forks 36 27 - Elsewhere - Duluth 37 31 . Orlando 3 73 Jamestown 36 .01 Albany.NY 61 S3 El Paso 52 44 .06 Pniladelphia 69 Minot 43 71 - Albuquerque 3B 32 .06 Evansville 65 47 .74 Phoenix 74 56 w Son 44 22 - Amanita 38 27 Fairbanks 44 39 Pittsburgh 74 60 .07 South Dakota Anchorage St 33 .01 Flaostatf 40 2 Portland.Ore 73 41 Aberdeen 37 II - Asheville 59 56 .27 Grand Rapids 66 49 .02 Providence 42 SO , Huron 39 25 - Atlanta 62 61 .51 Grnsbor.NC 67 60 .05 Raleigh 72 61 Mobridge 40 25 - Atlantic Cty 63 51 Hartford 57 53 Reno 64 26 Pickstown 31 23 - Austin 73 49 . 77 Honolulu tt 75 .01 Richmond 74 59 Pierre 40 20 - Baltimore 65 60 .01 Houston 73 47 1 55 Sacramento 74 51 Raoid City 43 19 - Birmingham 45 65 .91 Indianapolis 64 46 . 30 Sit Lke Cty 52 31 Sioux Falls 42 22 Tr. Boise 60 33 Jacksoo.Miss 75 41 1.79 San Antonio 76 47 .15 Walertown 36 26 Tr. Boston 56 52 Jacksonville 12 49 .01 SanD.ego 71 57 Minnesota Brownsville 92 53 .41 Juneau 50 49 ,01 San Fran 45 S3 Alexandria 37 22 .03 Buttalo 49 54 .97 Kansas Cty 45 37 .03 SanJuan.PR tt 74 .22 Duluth 37 31 . Brlngtn.vt 51 53 .04 Las Vegas 69 44 Seattle 6! 42 Hibbing 36 30 .03 Casper 44 27 Little Rock 71 46 .10 Shreveport 71 52 .12 Int Falls 37 31 Tr. Chrlstn.SC 77 71 Los Angeles 79 58 Spokane 60 30 Red Falls 31 26 .04 Chrlstn.wva 76 62 41 Louisville 64 53 .25 St Louis 44 44 .01 Rochester 40 30 Tr. Chrlott.NC 67 42 .01 Lubbock 40 31 St Ste Marie 41 45 1.01 SI Cloud 40 21 Tr. Cheyenne 33 20 Memphis 70 53 .34 Syracuse 41 54 .52 Chicago 44 45 .07 Miami Beach 14 82 Tampa-St Pt 91 74 Cincinnati 44 53 .22 Midland 45 35 .11 Topeka 47 31 Montana Cleveland 70 40 .23 Milwaukee 43 42 .48 Tucson 73 44 Billings 52 34 Columbia.SC 71 47 Mpls St Paul 42 33 .03 Tulsa 49 39 .14 Glasgow ' 50 29 Columbus.Oh 70 62 .27 Nashville 64 57 . 73 Wash.DC 67 41 .04 Great Falls 41 42 Concord.NH 40 44 New Orleans 85 73 .69 Wichita 49 37 Havre 57 32 Dallas 54 43 N Y Cty 63 59 Wilkes Barre 65 54 , BISMARCK DATA Sunshines SunriseToday 7:59a.m. Sunset Today 7:00 p.m. Missouri River Missouri River Stage 6.7 ff. 24 hour change down .2 ft. Missouri River flood stage 16.0 ft. Precipitation Total this month to date .34 in. Normal this month to date .38 in. Total Jan isl to date , 22.34 in. Normal Jan. Isltodate 13.91 in. LAK E 5AK AKAWEA RIVERDALE (API - Lake Sakakawea pool elevation today 1,844.6 feet above sea level; un changed from Sunday; year ago 1,838.4. Discharge Sunday 18,600 c.t.s.; estimated discharge today 19,000 c I s. OAHE POOL PIERRE, S.D. (API - Oahe reservoir elevation 1,610.74 feet above mean sea level, down .11 feet in the past 24 hours. Tailwaters 1,423.20 feet. Discharge 35,000 c.f.s. Temperature 44 degrees. Big Bend elevation 1,417.22 feet. Discharge 4,200 c.f.s. Temperature 55 degrees. cemetery. Freda Horst was born Feb. 21, 1898, at Menno, S.D. The family moved to the Carson area, where she was raised and educated. She married Theodore Diehl Nov. 27, 1917, at Wibaux, Mont. They farmed north of Carson. He died in 1983. She remained on their farm until May 28, 1986, when she entered the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Mott. She is survived by four sons, Edwin, Albert, and Theophil, all of Mandan, and Eldon, Carson; four daughters, Mrs. August E. (Cor-rine) Schock, Elgin, Mrs. Elmer (Lillian) Sprenger, Mandan, Mrs. Dan (Arlene) Sprenger, Boring, Ore., and Mrs. Jim (Agnes) Hal-bert, Milton Freewater, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Huber, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Hilda Bauer, Mandan; three brothers, Ed, Carson, Eugene and Herb, both of Bismarck; 25 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. (Hertz Brothers Funeral Home, New Leipzig) Esther Hirchert WILTON - Esther Hirchert, 47, Wilton, died of natural causes Oct. 12, 1986, at a Bismarck nursing home. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Sunne Lutheran Church, Wilton, with burial in the Robinson city cemetery.(Nickisch-Ressler Funeral Home, Bismarck) Benjamin J. Holle NEW SALEM - Benjamin J. Holle, 75, New Salem, died Oct. 11, 1986, at a Bismarck hospital. Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. MDT Tuesday at Peace United Church of Christ, New Salem, with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation is ongoing at Buehler Funeral Home, Mandan, and will continue at the church one hour prior to services. Mr. Holle was born April 16, 1911, at Youngtown. He attended rural New Salem schools and was a lifelong resident of New Salem, farming northwest of the communl- STATE DEATHS ABERCROMBIE - Helma Rust-vang,92. BROCKET - Helml Jamsa, 85. CANDO Esther G. Johnson, 87. CARRINGTON - Christ Hagel, 94. DAVENPORT - Ramona Tus-klnd,73. FARGO - Irene Holthe, 88; Clara Idso, 84; Sena J. Meyer, 79. GRAFTON - Alfred Erlkstad, 82. GRAND FORKS - Howard Bye, 78. MAYVILLE - Juella Kaldor, 81; Edwin Kyllo, 85. MINOT Rosamond Nelson, 78. OAKES - Marie Sorenson, 92. ROLLA Elsie Saari, 85. SPIRITWOOD - Lorna Rondest-vedt,34. EDT, Tue, Oct. 14 FRONTS: Warm Colder Occluded ww- Stationary t Service NOAA U S Oot tX Commerce STATE FORECASTS North Dakota Partly cloudy tonight. Lows in the upper 20s to low 30s. Partly cloudy Tuesday. Highs in the mid 40s lo mid 50s. South Dakota Mostly clear tonight. Lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Mostly sunny and warmer Tuesday. Highs in the low 50s east to the low 60s west. Montana - East of Continental Divide Clear and cool tonight. Highs Tuesday mostly 40s. Lows tonight 25 to 35, except 35 to 40 east slopes. Minnesota Clear to partly cloudy tonight. Lows from me mid 20s to low 30s. Partly cloudy Tuesday. High from the low 40s north to low 50s south. EXTENDED OUTLOOKS Wednesday through Friday North Dakota: Dry and mild. Lows in the 30s. Highs mostly in the 60s. South Dakota: Little or no significant precipita lion expected. Lows in the 30s. Highs in the middle 50s to the middle 60s. Minnesota: Clear to partly cloudy with a gradual warming trend. Lows in the upper 20s to middle 30s Wednesday warming to the middle 30s to lower 40s by Friday. Highs in the upper 40s to upper 50s on Wednesday warming to the middle 50s to middle 40s by Friday. ty. He married Hannah Hoherz June 21, 1936, at New Salem. She died in 1967. He married Pauline Keller June 30, 1981. In ,1981, he moved into New Salem. He is survived by his wife; one son, Wayne, New Salem; one daughter, Mrs. LaRoy (Mary) Lennie, Hazen; one stepson, James Keller, Mandan; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Charles (Jule) Herrmann, Minot; one sister, Mrs. Esther Bender, New Salem; four grandchildren; and four step-grandchildren. Viola M. Parkin DEVILS LAKE Services for Viola M. Parkin, 95, Devils Lake, and formerly of Steele, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Eastgate Steele Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Herbert Flitton officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Steele. She died Oct. 11, 1986, at a Devils Lake nursing home. Viola Mae Crouse was born March 8, 1891, at Steele, where she was raised and educated. She married Paul G. Parkin Jan. 24, 1924, at Steele. They farmed in the Steele area until his death in 1951. She lived in Steele for several years before entering the Good Samaritan Center in Devils Lake. She is survived by two sons, Harold, Devils Lake, and Robert, Vancouver, Wash.; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. 0 FUNERAL SERVICE CLEM QERHAROT Director 3tt ux (Hare Viola Mae Parkin. 95 Devils Lake, N.D. Formerly: Steele, N.D. Services: 1:30 P.M., Tuesday Eastgate Steele Memorial Chapel Steele, NO, j Officiating: Rev Herbert Flitton Interment: Woodlawn Cemetery sieeie. nu OIRECTOR9 chuck Ms rot re bob iasio tt CltM OlHHAROt JOHH lAtVtOft BISMARCK STEELE 23rd St. & Divide 1 tZs f f W Bismarck 223-7322 ij

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