Spearfish Daily Queen City Mail from Spearfish, South Dakota on April 9, 1988 · Page 2
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Saturday AprU 9, 1988, Page 2 Lawrence County Newspaper! Trio of conservation measures pass Obituaries PIERRE, S.D. (AP) Interest in ongoing state-subsidized conservation projects is high, according to Jack Fifield,, director of conservation in the South Dakota Agriculture Department. The state's 69 conservation districts submitted proposals last year that totaled about $400,000, he said. Since the state Agriculture Department had only $300,000 targeted for conservation assistance last year, that meant many requests went unfulfilled, Fifield said. The 1988 Legislature approved an addi- Weathervane County Outlook: Partly cloudy and very windy Saturday with flurries or sprinkles possible. Highs around 40 Black Hills to the upper 40s plains. Gusty north winds 20 to 35 mph. Wind advisory for praire lakes. Partly cloudy Saturday night. Lows teens Black Hills to the lower 20s plains. Partly cloudy Sunday. Highs around 30 Black Hills to the middle SOs plains. South Dakota Forecast: Areas of rain in the east Saturday with a slight chance of light rain or light snow in the west. Highs mid 40s to low SOs. Areas of rain and light snow in the east Saturday night and partly cloudy west Lows in the 20s west to the low 30s east Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or wet snow in the east Sunday and partly cloudy west Highs in the mid 40s to mid SOs. tional $300,000 for cost-sharing conservation projects in the state fiscal year beginning July 1. Fifield said $3,200 is initially set aside for projects in each conservation district, but any money not used by a district is put into a pool for use by the other districts. More than half of the conservation projects are tree-related, Fifield said, ranging from cultivation of trees to tree planting and living snow fences. A second state Agriculture Department program approved by the Legislature for continuation offers incentives to those farmers and ranchers who plant new shelterbelts or renovate existing ones, Fifield said. Payments of $5 per acre are made under the shelterbeh program for 10 years, he said. The Legislature provided $40,000 to continue shelter-belt payments in the fiscal year beginning July 1. A program of county-by-county tax breaks for shelterbelts was started in 1985, Fifield said, but he said the program was not successful because each county offered a different exemption rate. Windbreak planting, the main tree-planting project in South Dakota, has declined more than 30 percent, according to Larry Helwig, state Extension Service forester at South Dakota State University. It's time for a tree planting revival, Helwig said. More tree plantings will be needed in South Dakota if residents are going to continue to burn wood, he said. Many people installed wood- burning stoves in their homes during the Arab oil embargo of the early 1970s, Helwig said. Much of the surplus wood has been used up, he said, adding that another oil shortage could very likely lead to the need to import firewood into South Dakota. Windbreaks also serve to reduce the cost of feeding catie in the winter because they help ease the wind-chill stress on animals, Helwig said. About one-fifth of the state's windbreaks are in poor condition, he said. A third conservation-related measure approved by this year's state Legislature allows a tax exemption for conservation rental equipment, Fifield said. Some districts were collecting the tax and others were not, Fifield said, so the exemption will have little effect on tax collections. The state Revenue Department had no objection to the bill, he said. Arthur Fischer Funeral services for Arthur Fischer, 69, will be held at Bethel Lutheran Church on Monday, April 11, 1988 at 1 a.m. with the Reverend LeeRoy Eikanger officiating. Burial will be in the Black Hills National Cemetery os Sturgis under the direction of the Fidler Funeral Chapel of Lead. Fischer died on April 6, 1988 at the Ft. Meade V.A. Medical Center. He was bom October 28, 1918 at Napoleon, North Dakota to Phillip and Barbara (Eble)Fischer. He attended school in rural Ashley, North Dakota. He worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930's, stationed in Salmon, Idaho. He was drafted into the US Army in June 1941 and served during World War II as a tank driver in the European Theater. He 'was discharged at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin in Au- Jury rules for SD Friday in ETSI antitrust court action SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - A federal court jury on Friday ruled in favor of South Dakota in its antitrust lawsuit against Kansas City Southern Railway over the demise of the ETSI coal slurry project. The jury awarded the state $200 million. Court officials said the damage award could be tripled under federal antitrust law. Market Report NY Stock Exchange Over The Counter NEW YORK (AP) - Closing itocki: AetnLf 44 14 InldSil 33 38 AldSgnl 33 58 vjAlliiC 1 18 Alcoa 45 12 AmHet 30 34 AmBmd 4412 ACyan i 52 14 ATAT 28 Amoco 77 38 ArchDn 22 58 Amtoo 1 1 34 AshlOil 67 78 BethStl 21 78 Boeing 47 38 BoiteC I 48 14 Bmwki 23 BrlNih 69 58 CamSpi 29 12 Caterp 65 38 Chryilr 24 34 Citictp i20 CocaCl 38 12 CoIgPal 43 14 CmwE 26 58 ComSit 2914 ConiEd 44 14 CntlCp 38 QDita 27 CnyRi 83 58 CrwnCk 11234 DiytHd 37 34 Deere 47 Digital 105 78 DowJni 32 duPont 86 78 EKodk i 42 Enron 37 58 Exxon I 44 34 Fireitn 79 38 FlBkSy 21 38 FordM i 46 58 GTE 36 34 Gannett 34 GenEl I 42 12 GnMilli 48 58 GMot 75 38 Gilleie 44 Gdrich 5014 Goodyr 67 Greyh 32 38 GUSiUt 5 14 Hmstki 14 58 Honwell 68 IdahoP 24 12 IBM 112 IntPap 1 45 18 JohnJn 8258 Joslen 2018 Kmm 3638 Kellogg 54 14 KnghiR 40 34 Kroger 33 38 vjLTV 3 38 Loewt 70 78 McDnl i 43 78 McDnD 64 78 Merck 164 78 MMMi 6158 MiraiPl 24 38 Mobil 47 58 Montan 84 34 MonPw 34 78 NWA 44 38 NtSemi 13 Navistr 634 NoStPw 3138 Norwit 43 12 Penney I 50 PeptiCo 36 12 PhelpD 4412 Pilsbry 43 Polard 33 14 ProctG 81 12 RJRNb 5218 Ralf Pur 73 38 Rockwl 2014 SchrPl 152 78 Sears 36 34 ShellT 8018 Singer 49 34 SonyCp 43 34 Squibb s 65 Telex 49 12 Texaco 49 14 Txlnst t 50 78 USX 31 58 UCarb 24 34 UnPac 66 58 Unisys s 34 12 USWest 53 78 Unocal 3914 WitgE 54 18 Weyerii 41 William 30 38 WinDix 43 38 Wlwths 55 Xerox 55 18 Comp. Care CPI Corp Geodome Res LTD NW Nat Gas Co WD 40 Co Wharf Res Ltd Bid 9 14 19 12 1 1516 19 34 28 14 4 78 Ak 9 12 19 34 2 116 20 28 12 5 116 NAV POP 12.49 13.65 18.06 19.74 12.90 13.54 17.61 " 19.25 14.21 15.53 9.50 9.97 17.58 19.21 15.20 15.98 13.82 14.53 Mutual Funds Washington Mutual American Mutual Colo. Tax Exempt Growth FD Amer. Fundamental Inves. MFS - Govt GTD Pioneer II Van Kampen US Van Kampen Hg. Yid. Precious Metals NEW YORK (AP) - Spot nonfer-rous metal prices Friday. Aluminum - $1.1750 cents per pound, NY Comex spot month closed Thu. Copper - $1.13-$1.14 12 cents a pound, U.S. destinations. Copper - $107.80 cents per pound, NY Comex spot month Thu. Zinc - 52 cents a pound, delivered. Tin - $4.2462. Metals Week composite price per lb.) Gold - $449.40 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Gold - $450.80 per troy oz., NY Comex spot month closed Thu. Silver - $6,440 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Silver - $6,407 per troy oz., NY Comex spot month closed Thu. Mercury - $335.00-$345.00 per 76 lb flask, New York. Platinum - $522.00-$530.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract). Platinum - $528.60 N.Y. Merc spot per troy oz. Thu. World Gold Prices By The Associated Press Selected world gold prices Friday. London morning fixing is $448.60, up $1.40. London afternoon fixing is $449.40 up $2.20. Paris afternoon fixing is $447.69, up $2.59. Frankfurt fixing is $448.65, up $1.58. Zurich late afternoon bid $449.10, up $1.10, $449.60 asked. Handy & Harman is $449.40 up $2.20. Englehard is $450.81 up $2.20. Englehard fabricated is $473.35, up $2.31. NY Comex gold spot month Thu. $450.80, up $1.80. Local Issues Noon quotas courtesy Edward 0. Joraa 1 Co. La Price Change Abbott Labs 50 38 1 12 AT&T 27 34 -14 Bank One Corp 24 38 NC BH Corp 27 -38 Burlington Nor 69 34 -58 Champion Int 35 58 34 Chrysler 24 12 -18 Eastman Kodak 42 14 General Motors 74 38 14 Gulf Sts Util Co 5 14 NC Homes take 14 58 14 McDonald's 43 78 18 MDU Res Group 18 14 NC Mesa Offshore Tr 1 14 NC Montana Power 34 14 38 Pope & Talbot 20 12 NC Pepsico Inc 36 14 NC Ryder System 31 14 Sears ' 36 12 -12 Shelby Wlms Ind 13 12 -18 Unicorp Am Corp 7 14 14 UpJohn Co 29 78 -14 US West Inc 53 58 18 WalMart 29 18 Western Co NAm 34 NC PIZZA HUT'S gjy WEEKLY SPECIALS SUNDAY SAVER MONDAY MADNESS TOP-IT TUESDAY WACKY WEDNESDAY Large two-topping pizza and a pitcher of pop for $9.99. Get a large pizza for the price of a medium pizza. Pick your own single topping on a personal pan pizza at lunch. Not guaranteed in 5 minutes. We will accept any coupon for any other product up to $2.00 for small, '3.00 for medium, '4.00 for large. Ask your waiter or waitress for details. PIZZA HUT 642-7717 435 W. Jackson Spearfish Hearing Hearth Care Center ii STEP INTO THE REAL WORLD" at our OPEN HOUSE Lookout Memorial Hospital SBXSSgZSt, "Real Ear" hearing aid performance Register for FREE Give-Aways analysisand adjustments FREE 1 0 Off All hearing aid prices FREE hearing evaluations by See what's new in hearing aid Certified Clinical Audiologists technology for 1 988 Phone 341 -1 288 Today to reserve your appointment Energy Transportation Systems Inc., known as ETSI, wanted to pipe crushed coal from Wyoming to southern states using Missouri River water that would be purchased from South Dakota. The jury found that Kansas City Southern conspired with other railroads to thwart the project Jurors also said the conspiracy resulted in restraint of trade in the coal transportation market, hurt interstate commerce, and damaged the state of South Dakota. The damages amount to what the state said was its loss of net profits in the water sale contract, which was canceled after the coal slurry project was abandoned. John Shenefield, a lawyer for Kansas City Southern, said the verdict will be appealed. He called the verdict incorrect and predicted that a federal appeals court will overturn it Former South Dakota Gov. Bill Janklow, who negotiated the water sale contract with ETSI and who initiated the antitrust lawsuit, called it a tremendous victory for the state. He said the amount of damages is almost twice what the state takes in every year in sales taxes. The jury deliberated 4 12 days following nine weeks of testimony in U.S. District Court in Sioux Falls. gust 194S. Fischer began working for Homestake Mining Company April 2, 1933 as a laborer. He was married to Mary Harsch on June 23, 19S3 in Ashley, North Dakota. They moved to Lead that month, where Arthur became a diamond drill operator and retired as a Head Lamp man in October 1982 after working for approximately 29 years. He was a member of the Bethel Lutheran Church, VFW and the United Steelworkers of America Local 7044. A memorial has been established by the family. Survivors include his wife, Mary of Lead; two sons, Rodney of Lead and Craig of Boise, Idaho; three grandchildren, Judy and Jim of Lead and Audrey of Boise; sisters Elma Aman and Bertha Fischer, both of Bismark, North Dakota, Ernestine Manke of West Salem, Wisconsin; brothers, Herman of Onalaska, Wisconsin and Orvin of Portland, Oregon; numerous nieces and nephews and one uncle. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister. Ruth Stack Services for, 97-year-old Ruth Wescott Stack will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Frost & Sons Chapel in Belle Fourche with Rev. Gordon Higgins officiating. Interment will be in the Pine Slope Cemetery at Belle Fourche. Rebekah Lodge rites will be held. Mrs. Stack died Thursday evening at the Belle Fourche Long Term Care Center. She was born to James and Sarah Johnson on May 22, 1890 at Ben-tonville, Ark., and attended school there. At the age of 16, she came to Belle Fourche with her parents. She lived her entire adult life in Belle Fourche. In 1908 she married Charles A. Wescott at Belle Fourche. He died in 1942. In 1945 she married Dennis C. Stack at Belle Fourche. Mrs. Stack entered the long term care unit in 1980. She was a 69-year member of the Rebekah Lodge. Surviving are a daughter, Helen Marchant, Spearfish, two grandsons and five granddaughters. Besides her husbands, she was preceded in death by three brothers, three sisters and a daughter. A memorial has been established to the Belle Fourche Long Term Care Center. Hospital Report NH GENERAL Admitted: Rocky Rantapaa, Lead. Dismissed: Elsie Bertsch, Lead; and Paul Lamberton, Deadwood. LOOKOUT MEMORIAL Dismissed: Joe Gibson, Moorcroft, Wyo.; Tami Corrigan and baby boy, Belle Fourche; John Eddy, Deadwood; Grant Feterl, and Iva Beardshear, both of Spearfish. :XraAT -A'DEAL! ; 0! Ccnrh 3.C3 xh Cii F7J Up ct DJ.'t Wo pijnifi ycurc3 for eclf-corrica pric$sl Spin Tfco Vfcecl to VIn r.!-ny Prlzco 2 Coupon 5 ! CAR $050 wim I WASH t coupon Coupon good until 5-1 -88 57C-2215 The Folks at Family Medical Center at 1406 NL Main in Spearfish encourage" everyone to attend the YELLOW JACKET STAMPEDE:? Ii,?0?.!- w mi wDr, Steven TVosler.M,D, Dr. Steven A. Gfusaff f, M.D. Or. DouatasJ. WossoLPhD. Dr. Forrest 0. Btf y, M.D, & B.H.S.C. ft r x April 22, 23 & 24, 1988 ON THE CAMPUS OF BLACK HILLS STATE COLLEGE FOR THE SECOND YEAR!!! FRIDAY, APRIL 22 3:00 p.m. Rodeo at BHSC Arena Grand Entry Performed by Satm-n-Spurs 9:00 p.m. Dance SATURDAY, APRIL 23 11:00 a.m. "Family Day" Rodeo at BHSC Arena Grand Entry performed by Satm-n-Spurs Children's, Students' and Businessmen's Events Alumni Jackpot and Calcutta immediately following the performance 9:00 p.m. Dance Tretheway Park Pavilion, Spearfish SUNDAY, APRIL 24 11:00 a.m. "Centennial Day" Barbecue sponsored by BHSC Rodeo Team and Satm-n-Spurs. Enoy the Circle B Singers Everyone is welcome to attend. 1:00 p.m. Rodeo at BHSC Arena Grand Entry performed by Satm-n-Spurs Students' and Busmessmens' Events Drawing lo' the Chytka sculpture Campus Challenge Finals Businessmen's Final Event Awards Ceremony ZOOP DOVE ' One of the finest announcers in the United States will be on hand for complete play-by-play. Come sit on the hillside or on the bleachers. Pull down your hats and get ready for a great weekend!"! ' y Lis ..J;.. TICKETS Purchase a Button from ny Lion's Club member end get in to ell 3 performances and barbecue! 3 Day Pass B BBQ Button $10.00 Adult 1 Day Pass $4 00 Age 5 through College $2.50 Age 0-4 Free Any Day BBQ Button or $4.00 at Gate AH children at West b Central Elementary will be given one free ticket to be used at any performan' Portions of el adult and student tickets mitt go to the Lion's Club of Spearfish.

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