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Daily Plainsman, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1973, Huron, South DakotaI peso . Daily april 22, 1973 quaries mar Community service record books Wayne Carr Miller and Jack Jackson from Many of South Dakota s veterans Huron. Other placings in the contest foreign wars posts were judged in the an second through tenth place went to anal statewide Conlest saturday at Huron Field yank on Elk Point Brookings Wilh the Winner Post taking first place. Hold Pierre rapid cily Canlon and ing the Lisl place Book arc the judges of the vow posts. Winner s Book will be entered in contest left Donald Mendel Doland or. National Competition at Kansas City plainsman Al wounded knee armed standoff moves into by Terry one and possibly two area. Pine Ridge . Tap department assume there was some the armed standoff expected at tie of Hellstern said. Militant indians and the we have no confirmation government at nearby said Marvin Franklin that. We also suspect thai knee entered easter to the Secretary of this morning there was with Little Prospect of a for Indian affairs limited infiltration of the Mcnello the 54-Day will be on hand. And but again that is Union in newly confirmed other than that it was Well sit Back and see for the Interior quiet night with no shoot Richard May Deputy assistant . Then with the Boston the Fri announced general said saturday. Was chief arrest of the National or arc nol going to voc prime negotiator during and coordinator 01 to the signing of Aid for Indochina in Al thin slag we Are nol in 5 with last tuesday s position to shape the the provisions of of food supplies into were that the knee. said inc investigate Indian Fri said William b. Zim ment Mill considers an april the Fine Kiddo 32, of Sommerville agreement nil subsequent would re examine an was charged Wilh con Powals for disarming the Wilh the Sioux to violate the Federal be the major vehicles for . Alty. Gen. .1. Statute. To Longcr who has been Airdrop of several pack our position in lop by three Small planes was Llyl Storn Siml to Washington by a heavy Exchange april 5 agreement nil Ilic he said Justice gunfire Between the indians armament proposal Are officials would Federal lawmen. A member to should to coming to report and decide the occupation Force who suf will return to Pino a head wound during the Ilell sworn said inc reported identified Only As ment is willing to hold n Light plane flew Low of Oklahoma talks on ecu lenient issues knee Friday in very critical Condi is unwilling to go Back Naid the aircraft shut off saturday at a rapid City previous for a Short time then he said the Insu rants Quested a meeting into Friday. He sold he told them a would be arranged if a Agenda aimed at a from Valfio had been made in hit armament wore Nixon is spending he Lold newsmen there was no response weekend n White no such operations were the Village saturday he said american Indian said a Haldeman and Elir i Diann retained an approved by me at any time under any Circum forces that look Over the because their feb. 27 endorsed inc peace agreement but a in various news accounts to watergate. Tile while House source who had returned to new York was not immediate arose Over of the the action was not available for comment. Lage and the pact was never with any Washington Post on sat announced and Eli Lichman who usually spend quoted an unnamed associate of Mitchell As saying the with the attorney general told weather and run Craley Tonko their families were not in key grand jury he approved payments from president Nix Huron and Vicinity Karl tit partly Cloudy sunday and Ilijus weekend. A spokesman said Only that they re election Campaign funds to the seven watergate con Day no Rel mostly fair on monday. Not much temperature change sunday with n Gigli the Holiday with i Clr families. A source close to the after their arrests. However inc Post said Milch til 6 slightly Weir mar of the maintained under oath Day no fill and monday re ported last month the Money was intended to in the mid 30s and a watergate tic or Legal not buy around 00. Went to James w. Mccord silence. The Post said Erly winds from 10 to 20 Bald Mim and Lobo did not mention per hour expected sunday Tho water no of Money. Finishing sunday night. sen. Post quoted Mitchell s no oilily of Ines Ikiri Phlp Weicker of Connecticut As saying Mitchell cd capitation five per cent of the Senate to to. Indicted. Tho report Dikiy h per Mil sunday committee said Mitchell testified however South Dakota partly television panel show april he believes that mag Der on sunday in joining he believes Over Mitchell s head to fair sunday night. What was coins on officials at the White cloudiness in tin1 West on Wilh Tho to obtain approval for Day and fair in Iho Oast ill Gas sunday in the upper ins to Low is. Lows sunday night should lie in Tho upper 20s in the and wiretapping. However on april 4. Com Millie chairman Sam .1. Krvin 11-n.c., and ranking watergate bugging. Magruder has been quoted As saying Mitchell and Dean a. To mid 30s in the Oast. Member Howard of and helped plan inc should to in the upper or. Of Tennessee said As operation Low on Lime it has received no a Federal grand of any nature which has been hearing and to political for the past month is to return additional Huron m Only reference a Cal week. A sen in connection Wilh incs ligation source has run in v to and break in at eight new indictments arc morbid to -12 parly Headquarters came from l. i Fterrell 40 rapid fit v is Iii during his unsuccessful of Senate to dedicate Sioux Falls director of the Fri. Gray Lold he Center Ivator Lown .s2 udi Ranry committee thai . Api Chicago .7 01 been called on Hie South Dakota gov. Joe Orl Worth 7fi 12 by Ehrlichman and will be the keynote speak .05 Angeles counsel John w. For the May 3 dedication of ilium a 78 during Insl fall s . Ilc Rry Library learn Uinn Raplis 71 57 Campaign about leaks Center on the Campus of n new York press about the Hills slate College in Hornix 7fi Seattle m 38 Ivas Hington 75 is h Coord Tompur Faturos High another development saturday the Washington Star news quoted announcement that Foss world War ii Hying Ace and congressional medal of Honor n Low 2.1 in 1027. Huron Sayonc plans for the watergate hugging were would keynote the dedication ceremonies was made by it Rel this month to Dale by former ally. Schad chairman of formal this month to Reslo n. Dedication committee. Olal this year o Dale formal this year to Dato 3.47 Morma for entire year denied Friday that he had approved such plans although he now says such million Library learning Center Complex was completed last tall. Mrs. Alm Fuist mrs. Raymond c. Mildred Almquist 231 tenth St. died Friday at the Violet Tsche Ler memorial Home Al the a of 84. The funeral service will b held monday at 1 . In the welter funeral Home with the Rev. Arthur Orth official in burial will be in Riverside Cem Elery. Pallbearers will be Vern Brod Ersen Gary Allen Larry James Edward and Delvin Matke. Friends May Call at the Funer Al Home sunday afternoon i evening. The family prefers i Mildred Mallee was born Jun 10, 1888, in Germany to Joh f. And Caroline Moltke. At the age of six she came to the United Stales to Omaha an later moved to Iowa and Wes port before moving to Bead county. She married Raymon c. Almquist March 21, 191-7 at Huron and had resided her since. She was a member c the congregational acc Church and Gia Lodge. Survivors include to o Broth ers Arthur Malke Huron am Albert Mallee Cavour iwo Sis Lena Brodersen Anc mrs. Lulu Allen both of Huron nieces and nephews. She a preceded in death by her Hus band an infant daughter two Carl and Frank mat Ike two Sisters mrs. Molli. Hoppel and mrs. Alma Kukuk Albert p. Lel Maii Albert p. Lehman 1900 wis Consin ave. S.w., died Friday evening at St. John Region medical Center at the age o 67. The funeral service will be held monday Al . In the Weller funeral Home Wilh the Rev. Ronald c. Gustafson officiating. Burial will be in Maplewood cemetery Iroquois pallbearers will be Howard Bill Herman Carstens Ray be Kenneth Poulisse Lyle Newland and Jim Miller. Friends May Call at the Funer Al Home sunday afternoon or evening. Albert a. Lehman was born june 1905, near Kingsley Iowa the son of or. And mrs. William Lehman. He was Grade aled from Pierson High school in 1924. He married Mary Colli son March 20, 1926, and resided in Huron since that time. He was employed by Armour and co. Many years until his retire mint. Survivors include his widow Mary one daughter mrs. Den Nis Janice Mehrer Minneapolis iwo. Grandchildren three Sisters mrs. . Clara Long Leaf River iii., Anna Lehman Dixon iii., and Ora Lehman mount Morris 111. He was pre ceded in deals by his parents and one sister Velma. Tho family will be at the Funer Al Home sunday from 7 to 9 . And a prayer service is set for . Lucille Durkin it. Pierre funeral ser vice for Lucille Durking a who died thursday Al is. Mary s to spill will be monday Al 2 a. In is. Mary s Catholic Church at lower Benilo. The lev. Paul Casper will officiate. Burial will be in divine infant in Malory Forl George. A Weka held at the Church Sun Lay night. Rosary will to recited Satur Lay at 7 . In Thompson is Ihirg funeral Chapel with the lev. Philip schuster officiating. A cancer fund memorial has Oen established Wilh mrs. Nell Clark of Pierre she was born nov. 5, 1008, Lush of it. Pierre to Pat and Lima Fallis Durkin. Miss Durkin is survived by to Sisters mrs. Bill Helen Lonos Kadoka mrs. Russell Veru Etc loin rapid City and o brother Keith Durkin Runau Alaska. Mrs. F. Thome Turton mrs. Frances Thome 89, died thursday at St. John regional medical cent or. Mass of the resurrection vill be monday at . It St. Joseph s Catholic Church Vith the Rev. William Power Jeffi Coaling. Burial will he in the Hurch cemetery., Rosary will e recited sunday at 8 . N the Church. N she was born oct. 18, 1883 Icar Turton and married Antonc in Lyman in 1902. They lived in Light orc until his death in 1905. He married malt Thome in 1907. They lived in Texas four a cars and then in Turton. Mrs. Thome i cd in Huron nursing Home inc 1970. She was a member f is. Joseph s Catholic Church and altar society. Mrs. Thome is survived by Hryc sons Fred and Frank Kalfman and Joseph Thome All f Turton two daughters mrs. Jail i Mary i Klapprich St. A wrench and mrs. Frances Lecker Turton 26 grandchild Iren. Fis great grandchildren and a great great grandchild. Funeral arrangements were noun cd by Coleman tie Len funeral Home. August Johnson Highmore the funeral ervice for August Johnson 8s, who died Friday at is. John regional medical Center Hurt will be held tuesday at . In our Saviour s lutheran Hurch. The Rev. Arthur Schmitt will officiate. Burial will be in t he Highmore Ceme i arrangements were de by the Hurd funeral Home Donald j. Hoppe j. Hoppel 57, Lar Kai Apt. .18, Concord calif., of Merly of Huron died saturday Hoppel was associated Wii h. And l. Painting service i Huron before moving to Call Ornia eight years ago. He mar ried Virginia Bowen of Huron july 10, 1945, at Sioux City survivors include his widow three Brothers Kenneth nor Folk neb., Clem of Sioux fall id Robert in California an be sister Ruth in California he was preceded in death b his parents or. And mrs. Hoppel and one brother Glenn the body will be cremated Earl Johnson Miller _ funeral service for Earl w. Johnson who died thursday Al hand county memorial Hospital will be Mon Day Al 2 Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Davi a. Belzer will officiated Buria Ivill be in Hillcrest cemetery the body will lie in slate Sun Lay afternoon and evening Al rec k funeral Home. Pallbearers Are Kenneth John son Charles Droz Elmer Mell Man Dave Edwards Neil Yost ind Lawrence Yost. Johnson was born May 28, 924 in Miller to or. And mrs Jack Johnson. He attended Rura school in South hand county ind was graduated from Luiei Ligh school in 1942. He married Margaret Mccarl on dec. 22 1945 in Miller. He spent his entire life farm no and ranching in South hand Bounty. He was a charter Mem or of pleasant Valley Presby Criari Church. Johnson is survived by his Vidow a son Randy Lynn and i daughter msry Ellen both it Home three Sisters mrs Clemmet Vivian Johnson mrs. Wallace Darlene Johnson and mrs. Lowell Donna Droz u of Miller. I mrs. Slid leu Woonsocket _ mrs. Catch Ine j. Steichen 80, of Rural Woonsocket died Friday at a Mitchell Hospital. Her funeral mass will Mon a at 10 . In St. Wilfrid s Catholic Church with the Rev. Avid Malm or officiating. Buri 1 will be in the Church a Csc . Rosary will be recited unday at 8 . In Basham Noral Home. She was born feb. 9, 1893 i Souter Dakota to or. And irs. Leo pc Ofeler. Mrs. Steichen is survived by Ivo daughters mrs. Alex Var N.C. parquet Hunt Nylon each calif., and mrs. Don Leanne Lac Garvis Ethan two on George of woo Sockol and Obert of Richmond Wash. 19 Rand children and a great grandchild a brother Albert of Foler Sturgis three Sisters irs. Veronica dries Sturgis irs. Cecilia ran Tannan rapid Ity. And mrs. Lucie Sinclair Oulder Colo. She was preceded in death y her husband John l Sec sch i in 1900, four Sisters and x Brothers. Mrs. Nelson Esmond mrs. Minerva a Nelson 82, died Friday de Smel memorial Hospital. Tie funeral service will be eld monday at . At he Esmond United methodist Hurch with the Rev. Carl vans officiating. Burial will be i Maplewood cemetery Iro Lois. Friends May Call at Kel Olsen Sillius funeral Home de sect unday afternoon or evening or i the. Church prior to the scr ice monday. Minerva Bruce was born april 1, 1890, in Marion county Nova to or. And mrs. Harvey Ruce. She spent inc first years her life at Knoxville Iowa and then came to Esmond. She As married to Asbury Nelson Cut. 1809. At do sect. Survivors include two sons Croc thief River Falls. Minn., and Marlin Sioux Falls two blighters mrs. Henry Mabel in Kincy Marshall minn., and irs. William Dorothy Reese e sect 20 grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a coded in death by her Hus-1 Fri parents four Brothers in sister and one Iran Draugh mrs. Mary Dow de mrs. Mary Dow 0.1, died thursday at Kingsbury Morial Manor in Lake pres the funeral service will he eld monday at 10 . In the a Telson Osthus funeral Home Ith the Rev. Carl Evans Otic i Ling. Burial will be in the do met cemetery. Mrs. Dow was born May 12, 869, at Belfast Ireland. She ame to the United states to it Burgh when she was two ears old. Later she moved to iwo and then to de sect. She married Fred Dow oct. 22, j885, de Mcl. She was a member the do sect United methodist lurch and charter member of e a pcs. Survivors include two Daugh to mrs. Or Coda , Undin fla., and mrs. Ellis Margaret Leslie Madison is. Three grandsons and six top winners of the annual 4-h team judg ing contest sponsored by the South Quarter horse association saturday at the hippodrome at the state Fairgrounds were teams from Davison county Edmunds county and Hutchinson county. Davison county team members Are top. Row left Sandy Petersen Tami Stopfer and Jerry Dominicak. Monica Fortier was not present for the picture. De i funds team members Are Center Row left Charles Ochsner Allen Ranson Scott a Becic and Cindy. Stem the senior division team from Hutchinson county Are front Row left Mary Gukeisen Glenda Hayen Lori Fergon and Nancy Rath photo during Quarter horse clinic 4-h judging contest winners named four a judging teams from Hutchinson county Edmunds Housty and Davison county look of honors in the South Dakota Quarter horse Spring clinic and judging contest Here saturday. Four Young ladies on the Hutchinson county team compiled a local of 723 Points to win he Lille in the senior division while the Davison county team and the Edmunds county team red for first place in the Junior division with 6% Points each. In addition to the team titles individual first place awards went to Mike Anderson of Spink county in the Junior division with a total score of 190-.p6ints to John Pollock of Huron in the senior division with a total of 193 Points and to Leroy Adams of Ethan in the adult division with a. Total of 189 Points. Other. 4-h teams placing in saturday s contest held in the hippodrome on the state fair grounds were As follows in the senior division Brown. County second Edmunds county third Aurora Charles mix county fifth and Polter county sixth. In the Junior division Potter county won while teams from Edmunds county won fourth and fifth places and lied for sixth Wilh a team from hand county. The Spring clinic also included demonstrations in filling and showmanship Western pleasure Riding English pleasure Riding reining barrels poles jumping calf roping and team roping. 3j tvo committees foreign policy study is released Washington a a to year study concludes thai much of Tho foreign policy in formation the administration is Equi Rcd by Law to give con on . Mil Ary too Little too late and often incomprehensible. Tho 427-Page report released saturday by the House foreign committee and Senate foreign Kcal tons committee Aid for example mandatory report on . A Arterly spending in can Odia last Spring lists the Pur pose of s53 million Worth of two accidents isted Al Pierre Pierre two accidents Vishin an hour saturday in inc pics parking lot in Pierre Calls d an estimated damages i four vehicles. Pierre police said about saturday a pickup truck a cd by Darrell Brunson rap d City was left in gear and oiled into a parked car owned y Robert spells Onida. Damages included s500 to the pelts car and s50 to the Brun on pickup. About .-saturday, a a driven by Lavera Mlkle Al ton backed into a car owned y Roger Welcher Murdo. Damages wore pegged at i Tho Wal Char car and to 10 Smiklo vehicle. No injuries wore reported in Ither incident. Policy continued from Page one in followed similar Admont on by president Nixon Sec Elary of Szalc William p. Roers and others Over the past Lonh. The actual moves taken by he United Stales seemed to a present a real shift. Until the St few Days the adminis ration insisted it was scr Upu ugly abiding by the act even though it was being Lola cd by Hanoi. Washington s principal com Anil has been the infiltration men and supplies into South in team and the failure of Orth Vietnam to withdraw its orcs from Cambodia and aos. . Officials have not a now edged in so Many words reaching the agreement but icy have said As much in really and by implication Hill insisting the single Pur Ose is to restore the climate f trans Lily and to help con Bulc to .1 climate of stability i great grandchildren. She was pc eded in death by nor husband a 1940. Her parents one Daugh a two Brothers and two Sis is. Friends May Call at the Funer Home sunday afternoon or and prior to the service the Church on monday. Weapons ammunition ships supplies and training with the 11 words upgrade the capabilities of the armed forces of the Khmer Cost of the . Air combat operations arid Transfer of excess american equipment was loft out of. A similar report on Laos. Zeporta on meeting Congress billion Selling on . Mili tary Aid to Indochina excluded weapons turned Over to allies by withdrawing . Forces. The omission also makes it difficult to determine if . Assistance to its allies is being used by them to support the governments of Cambodia and state department appears to have completely for Gaiter about an 1868 Law that it report to Congress arrests or detention of . Citizens abroad and details of . Efforts to free them. Annual peace corps re port to Congress is typical of Many that serve a Public relations purpose but do not go into enough depth Lor members of Congress seriously trying to evaluate the effectiveness of the adding a wry note the report said the peace corps 10th an Nual report to Congress is the first such report since the annual it said the peace corps con tended in the other three years that in was complying with the Law requiring annual reports through its detailed yearly re i less to Congress for funds. But the report on some 100 reports ordered by Congress on about 50 different Laws says some of them arc excellent such As the foreign claims settlement commission s annual report. The study was made for the two committees of Congress by the congressional research service under the direction of Ellen c. Collier specialist in foreign policy. Pow continued from Page one been hard to pass. You build up a lot of love in eight years of dreams from a prison cell. Then comes the vol Den said. Many other pos Are having to face up to the same emotion Al realities Vohden declared. Four of my close friends i shared cells with Are facing major he said. Vohden said the wives seem to have similar1 behavioural Pat terns. They admit to relation ships with other me n that we regard As misconduct but which they see As the inevitable consequence of a Long separa Tion. And they blame us for get Ifni captured and staying away so Long that we chose Tho Mili tary Over he said. Vohden said he did t even know he had a marriage prob Lem until one morning last no vember when a buddy came into his cell in the Hanoi Hilton and said Ray i be got some bad news for the bad news was a clipping from the . Military news paper stars and stripes tacked up on the bulletin Board by the guards. Every word of it is still imprinted on my Vohden said. The headline read wife seeks divorce it was my wife and she had filed n Arkansas where More than three years of separation constitutes Vohden had then been seven years in a prison Camp. Vohden said Tho average of our letters he had received each year never mentioned mar Ilal trouble. Over there family love was something tangible you could grasp at to upon. I decided that the clip Ping was a propaganda ploy. My ankle was crippled and i could t Kneel hut each night i Lay on my Straw mat under my Mosquito incl and told god that if my wife was waiting for me when i got out i would worship him thankfully every sunday that i Vohden said. The void cons had married at Memphis when he was a 29 year old Navy flier based at the Memphis naval air station. Bonny Jean was a Secretary eight years younger and i loved her for a lot of Vohden said. They had two mid run Ray mond and a daughter Connye 10. Vohden said that during the last few months in prison he became totally preoccupied with the Fate of his marriage. Eventually the prisoner re leases began. When Vohden met his escort officer he received an official Navy letter quoting a message from his that she had withdrawn Tho divorce petition. But i was not Vohden said. Where was the love let Ter where were the pictures of the kids but Al least she was not divorced and Hope Springs later that evening Vohden phoned his wife and demanded to know the truth. She finally told me there was another Man but to come Home and talk about it. And from then on in i did everything in my Power to be on the first plane Home out of Bonnye Jean said in a Tele phone interview that she had met another Man hut that at the time of her husband s re turn she thought it might still be possible to return to him As a wife

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