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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson news june 78 year 118 335 75c president Bush and soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev wrestled Over differences on Germany in a final full Day of sum Mitry at this Mountain hideaway Gorbachev called the talks instructive Blit said there were real problems they could not the leaders met in the relaxed set Ting of this rustic presidential accompanied by Barbara Bush and Raisa the two presidents took off their Coats and ties for discus Sions that led Gorbachev to its been a big see Summit Roundup on Page it hound f Reno your today Marks the debut of one weekly feature and the return of an other in the news sports in an Effort to better serve who would rather play sports than we introduce the your sports package on Page every youll find features on the out plus articles on other participatory sports and we have also added the around Reno column to highlight sports news items of in Terest happening in Reno youll also find the where and when formerly upcoming on this the Story in today editions on female athlete of the year Camilla Hartzler of Spearville is the first instalment of a series of in depth features and photography on places and issues affecting sports in our these features will appear every sunday throughout the summer two people jumped into the at lactic Ocean As fire engulfed their motor boat and were rescued after a coast guard Jet spotted them and dropped a raft into the both passengers were later picked up in Good condition by the Crew of a nearby the Retenda about 45 Miles East of Hillsboro Inlet just North of fort said coast guard Petty officer Steve Nelson Mandela announced sat urday that he had a benign cyst re moved from his bladder but expected to leave this week on a 13nation tour to fight his news Confer ence came after five Days of Specula Tion on his True officials at the Park Lane clinic in Johannesburg had said he underwent a minor opera Tion there but they refused to provide any yesterday s weather extremes High 107 at Texas Low 35 at the world has waited Long the cold War must president of an array of new agreements with the soviet intercepted letter the Berndsen but not out in Castleton dear Henry and Eileen we Hope in your Case that the third time truly is the Hutch photo by Monty Duvli John Hearn of Hearn tree service uses a Chainsaw to remove limbs from the roof of a Home owned by will 905 West winds trash Reno county by Larry Peirce the Hutch Iron if it want fastened it was winds swept East across Reno county saturday under Blue the windstorm wreaked havoc in Hutchin and most Reno county towns reported the storm was caused by a Strong pres sure difference that arose Between devel Oping High pressure in the Rocky mountains and intense Low pressure Over min the National weather service re the High winds followed Stormy conditions in Texas and the Dakotas on the wind kicked up about 9 for about five 50to 60mph winds raked the gusts up to 70 Mph were the strongest occurred Between 10 and the weather service thirty eight Kansas army National guardsmen helped Reno county Emer gency who found More damage than they could Steve a National weather service meteorologist in said the extreme wind gusts occurred along a narrow strip of it was pretty much he the heaviest damage was reported in an area roughly bordered by Buhler and said Reno county emergency preparedness director Bill Hutchinson police chief Jack Heide the information officer on the emergency operations estimated the damage in the county in the hundreds of thousands of other towns receiving damage were South Partridge and see Page 5 unseasonably intense Low pressure wat entered Over with build Minnesota this combined with building High pressure in the Rocky mountains and created a drastic change in to make matters the Jet Stream was directly Over Southern the High winds aloft mixed with surface winds the result 50to 70mph Westerly winds across Reno a mfg wind storm blows life into emergency Center by Julie Man and Carol Shiney the Hutchinson news saturdays wind storm put the Reno county emergency operations Center to work for the first time since it was created in said emergency preparedness director Bill after the storm 20 people from City and county agencies set up shop in the Law enforcement Center to receive Calls and Send help where it was it has to be a team Walker it worked out real by the team was in directing traffic in Walker said the team would critique its performance and decide what needed to be done the wind storm could have been much i have no idea Why we have no weve dodged another he referring to the March 13 Walker said the wind storm was impossible to when a Tornado touches Down you can see he theres no Way you can warn people about Hutchinson businesses and residents reported widespread damage to roofs arid other property at Dillons 2700 East wind stripped rocks from the roof and dumped them onto four cars in the parking smashing their Darryl a produce said employees were pulling an empty truck trailer out into the see Page 2 Back to Square one winds Down Frame of shed that was being rebuilt following March Hesston Tornado by James Wangemann the Hutchinson news Castleton Henry and Eileen Berndsen recovery from the Hesston Tornado suffered a blow two Days after Amish volunteers framed a new machine shed at the Bernd Sens farm two Miles Southeast of cast winds gusting upwards of 70 Miles per hour brought Down the partial building like a matchstick for the the splintered Frame represented a setback in efforts to rebuild their which was heavily dam aged March 13 by the Hesston the building was to replace a machine shed blown apart by the it was said who watched the Tornado destroy five rip apart a garage and strafe the Home Hes shared with his wife for 40 we needed to put the roof and sides on the Frame and everything was in getting kind of we just kind of get everything cleaned and then it starts Berndsen said he discovered the damage at about seconds he had been try Iii to phone his insurance the conversation was to be about insuring the Sheds i never could get hold of him before so i tried again this said he was Busy on the so i walked and it the Frame was laying i didst bother anymore with insurance there was no need the Amish volunteers constructed the Sheds Frame said unknown to planning for the project had begun earlier in the week when Berndsen mentioned his need of a machine shed during a trip to Yoder hardware see Page 2 photo by Monty Eileen and Henry Berndsen stand in front of the collapsed Frame of a machine shed that was to stand at their farm near saturdays Gusty winds blew Down the which was constructed thursday by Amish

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