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Huron Daily Plainsman (Newspaper) - April 22, 1973, Huron, South Dakota Page 6 Huron Pally plainsman sunday. April 22, 1973 to furies is us is a mrs. Ai nihilist mrs. Raymond c. Mildred allo Quial. 231 tenth St. S e., died Friday at the Violet Tschetter memorial Home at the age of 84. The funeral service will be held monday at i . In the Community service record Rooks from Many of South Dakota s veterans of foreign wars posts were judged in the annual statewide contest saturday at Huron. With the Winner Post taking first place holding tin first place Book Are the judges of the contest left Donald Mendel Doland or. Wayne Carr Miller and Jack Jackson of Huron. Other placings in the contest from second through tenth place went to Redfield Yankton Elk Point Brookings Wagner Pierre. Rapid City Canton and Vermillion vow posts. Winners Book will be entered in National Competition at Kansas City to. A plainsman photo at wounded knee Village armed standoff moves into easter by Terry Woster that one and possibly two top the area. Pink Ridge so. Apr Interior department officials a we assume there was some the armed standoff Between were expected at the scene Type of drop a Hellstern said. Militant indians and the Federal j monday. J a but we have no confirmation government at nearby wounded he said Marvin Franklin As on that. We also suspect that knee entered easter weekend Distant to the Secretary of Inte j Early this morning there was with Little Prospect of a Settle rior for Indian affairs definite some limited infiltration of the ment to the 54 Day occupation by will be on hand. And Kent Village but again that is Union in j a i Frizzell newly confirmed Solic firmed. Other than that it was a a we la sit Back and see what Dor for the Interior depart a quiet night with no shoot develops a Richard Hellstern j Merit May come. Deputy assistant i s. Attorney Frizzell then with the Justice in Boston the fat announced general said saturday. A we department was chief govern the arrest of the National or Are not going to overprint the ment negotiator during talks Manizer and coordinator of pump leading to the signing of the medical Aid for Indochina in a at this stage we Are not in a april 5 agreement. Connection with last tuesdays position to shape the Neotia among the provisions of the Airlift of food supplies into t on a a pact were that the government wounded knee. Hellstern said the govern would investigate Indian affairs the Fri said William b. Zim ment still considers an april 5 on the Pine Ridge reservation Merman 32, of Sommerville agreement and subsequent pro and would re examine an 1868 mass., was charged with con pos Ais for disarming the Village treaty with the Sioux nation. Piracy to violate the Federal As the major vehicles for Nego asst. . Atty. Gen. J. Stan anti riot statute. Nation. Pottinger who a been the the Airdrop of several pack a our position is rather governments top negotiator Ages by three Small planes was simple a Hellstern said a the returned to Washington c.,1 followed by a heavy Exchange april 5 agreement and the Dis Friday. He said Justice depart-1 of gunfire Between the indians armament proposal Are what ment officials would evaluate and Federal lawmen. A member we should be Corning to grips his report Ami decide whether of the occupation Force who suf with a he will return to Pine Ridge. Feed a head wound during the Hellstern said the govern Hellstern reported saturday firefight a identified Only As ment is willing to hold serious that a Light plane flew Low Over Frank Stillwater of Oklahoma -talk1 on settlement issues but wounded knee Friday evening. Remained in very critical Condi is unwilling to go Hack Over he said the aircraft shut off its Hon saturday at a rapid City previous complaints. J lights for a Short time then left Hospital. He said the insurgents requested a meeting late Friday. He said he told them a meeting would be arranged if a precise Agenda aimed at a Dis armament were arranged. There was no response from the Village saturday he said. American Indian movement forces that took Over the Village feb. 27 endorsed the peace agreement but a disagreement arose Over disarming of the Village and the pact was never implemented. Hellstern announced saturday weather data Huron and Vicinity fair to partly Cloudy sunday and sunday night. Mostly fair on monday not much temperature i families change sunday with a High in the 50s. Slightly warmer sunday night and monday Low in the mid 30s and a High around Fin. West to northwesterly winds from ill to 20 Miles per hour expected sunday diminishing sunday night. Probability of Mea trouble precipitation five per cent sunday. To per cent sunday night. I will be in t he Highmore Ceme i in re. Arrangements were announce i by the Hurd funeral Home. J Donald j. Ilo it h Donald j. Hoppe i 57, Lani j Kai Apt. 18. Concord. Calif., for welter funeral Home with the Merly of Huron died saturday Rev. Arthur Orth officiating. Koppel was associated with i burial will be in Riverside Cern h. And l. Painting service in every. Huron before moving to Calif s pallbearers will be Vern Brod Ornia eight years ago. He mar Ersen Gary Allen Larry ried Virginia Bowen of Huron James Edward and Devin mat july to 1945, at Sioux City. The. Survivors include his widow j friends May Call at the tuner three Brothers Kenneth. Nor Al Home sunday afternoon or Folk neb., Clem of Sioux Falls evening. The family prefers me-1 morals. Mildred Mattke was bom tune to 1888. In Germany to John i f. And Caroline Mattke. At the age of six she came to the j United states to Omaha and later moved to Low a and Westport before moving to Beadle county. She married Raymond c. Almquist March 21, 1917, for Earl w. Johnson 48. Who at Huron and had resided Here died thursday at hand county since. She was a member of memorial Hospital will be Menthe congregational acc Church Day at 2 . At Church of and Gia Lodge. The Nazareth. The Rev. David survivors include two Broth a. Belzer will officiate. Burial ers Arthur Mattke. Huron and j will be in Hillcrest cemetery. Albert Mattke. Can our two Sis the body will lie in state smites mrs. Lena Brodersen and Day afternoon and evening at mrs. Lulu Allen both of Huron j Reck funeral Home nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband. An infant daughter two. J a Brothers Carl and Frank Mata a Quot aids it Neil Yost the. Two Sisters mrs. Mollie an l Greece Vest. Koppel and mrs. Alma Quot was a Quot a May 28 a 1924 in Miller to or. And mrs. A 1114i a i i1 Iii 1 ii Jilek Johnson. He attended Rural Amnein .1a unum 8chool in South hand county Albert p. Lehman 1960 wis and was graduated from Miller Consin ave. S.w., died Friday High school in 1942. He married evening at St. John regional Margaret Mccarl on dec. 22, medical Center at the age of 1945 in Miller. 67. He spent his entire life farm the funeral service will be eng and ranching in South hand held monday at 3 30 . In county. He was a charter Mem the welter funeral Home with a o pleasant Valley Presby Ronald c. Gustafson Terian Church and Robert in California and one sister Ruth in California. He was preceded in death by his parents or. And mrs. . Hoppe i and one brother Glenn. The body w ill be cremated i Earl Johnson Miller a funeral service pallbearers Are Kenneth John son Charles Droz. Elmer men the Rev. Officiating. Burial will be in Maplewood cemetery Iroquois. Pallbearers will be Howard Bill. Herman Carstens Ray Lewallen Kenneth Poulisse Lyle Newland and Jim Miller. Friends May Call at Tho funeral Home sunday afternoon or evening. Albert p. Lehman was Horn june 21, 1905, near Kingsley Iowa the son of or. And mrs. William Lehman. He was graduated 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 retirement. Survivors include his widow Mary one daughter mrs. Den Nis Janice Mehrer Minneapo-1 funeral Lis two grandchildren three Sisters mrs. E w. Clara Long Leaf River 111 Anna Lehman of it la it a Kefel Dixon 111., and Ora Lehman a a Steichen is survived by mount Morris 111. He was pre. J j a j it l l i two daughters mrs. Alex ver needed in death by his parents a Johnson is survived by his widow a son Randy Lynn and a daughter Mary Ellen both at Home three Sisters mrs. Clemmet Vivian Johnson. Mrs. Wallace Darlene Johnson and mrs. Lowell Donna Droz All of Miller. Hrs Steichen Woonsocket _ mrs. Catherine j. Steichen 80, of Rural Woonsocket died Friday at a Mitchell Hospital. Her funeral mass will a Quot monday at to . In St. Wilfridus Catholic Church with the Rev. David Melmer officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Rosary will he recited sunday at 8 . In Basham Home. She was born Fob. 9, 1893 in South Dakota to or. And top winners of the annual 4-h team judging contest sponsored by the South Dakota 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. Edmunds team members Are Center Row left Charles Ochsner Allen Ranson Scott Haeok and Cindy Stern. The senior division team from Hutchinson county Are front Row left Mary Gukeisen. Glenda Hayen Lori Fergen and Nancy Rath. A plainsman photo during Quarter horse clinic 4-h judging contest winners named four a judging teams from Hutchinson county Edmunds county and Davison county took top honors in the South Dakota Quarter horse Spring clinic and judging contest Here saturday. Four Young ladies on the Hutchinson county team compiled a total of 723 Points to win the title in the senior division while the Davison county team and the Edmunds county team tied for first place in the Junior division with 696 Points each. In addition to the team titles individual first place awards Aurora county fourth. Charles went to Mike Anderson of Spink county in the Junior division w Ith a total score of 190 Points 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 saturdays contest held in the hippodrome on the state Fairgrounds were As follows in the senior division Brown county mix county county sixth. Fifth and Potter in the Junior division Potter county won third while teams from Edmunds county won fourth and fifth places and tied for sixth with a team from hand county. The Spring clinic also included demonstrations in fitting and showmanship Western pleasure Riding English pleasure Riding reining barrels poles jumping second Edmunds county third i calf roping and team roping. By Tiro committees foreign policy study is released j Onica Beach parquet Huntington calif., and mrs. Don watergate continued from Page one Powals had been made in his president Nixon is spending the presence. He told newsmen easter weekend a White House and one sister Velma. The family will be at the Funer a a a1 Home sunday from 7 to 9 i Jeannette Gams Ethan two . And a prayer service is Woonsocket and Robert of Richmond Wash. 19 grandchildren and a great grandchild a brother Albert Keffeler Sturgis three Sisters mrs. Veronica dries Sturgis mrs. Cecilia ran Tannan rapid City and mrs. Lucie Sinclair Boulder Colo. She was preceded in death set for 8 30 . Lucille Durkin Washington apr a two year study concludes that much of the foreign policy information the administration is required by Law to give Congress particularly on . Mil weapons ammunition ships supplies and training with the la words a upgrade the capabilities of the armed forces of the Khmer �?1the Cost of the . Air itary aids is too Little too late combat operations and Transfer it. Pierre a funeral service for Lucille Durkin 64, who died thursday at. St. Mary a Hospital will he monday at 2 a that no such operations were pm it in St. Mary a Catholic Ever approved by me at any Church at lower Brule. I he by her husband. John a Stieh 1 Rev. Paul Casper will officiate in in i960, four Sisters and six Brothers. Any Circum source said Haldeman and Ehr Lichman retained an attorney time under simply because their names burial will he in divine infant have appeared in various news a cemetery fort George. A Wake accounts relating to watergate who Hafi returned to a Jujj be held at the Church Sun the White House source said Ewy re was not immediate May night that the action was not Assoc y Ava la Lelor comment. Rosary will be recited Satur ated with any wrongdoing. J the Washington Post on sat Flay at,7 pm in Thompson is Haldeman and Ehrlich Nan inlay quoted an unnamed Asson re funeral Chapel with the who usually spend Holiday elate of Mitchell As saying the Rev Philip schuster officiating weekends with the presidential former attorney general told cancer fund memorial has party and generally take their the grand jury he approved families were not in key Bis payments from president Nix no we Pend. A spokes ions re election Campaign funds to the seven watergate conspirators after their arrests. However the Post said Mitchell maintained under oath mrs. Nelson Man said Only that they were pending the Holiday with their a source close to the Senate investigation of the watergate Case reported last month that c o n v i c t watergate conspirator James w. Mccord had said Haldeman had to be aware Mitchell did of the watergate operation. Amounts of Money. And Republican sen. In Welli the Post quoted Mitchells i. W Eaker of Connecticut a i associate As saying Mitchell sex member of the Senate in-1 pets to a indicted. The report castigating committee said in said Mitchell testified however South Dakota partly Cloud a television panel show april 1 that he believes that Magruder on sunday becoming mostly that he believes Haldeman j went Over Mitchells head to fair sunday night increasing i a knew what was going on in j unnamed officials at the White cloudiness in the West on Mon connection with the watergate House to obtain approval for Day and fair in the East. Highs burglary and wiretapping. However on april 4, committee chairman Sam j. Ervin jr., no and ranking Republican member Howard bait Esmond a mrs. Minerva Lena Nelson 82, died Friday at Smet memorial Hospital. The funeral service will be held monday at 1 30 . At been established with mrs. Neil i the Esmond United methodist Clark of Pierre. I Church with the Rev. Carl she was born nov. 5, 1909,1 Evans officiating. Burial will be South of it. Pierre to Pat and in Maplewood cemetery Iro Lima Fallis Durkin. I Quoin. And often incomprehensible. The 427-Page report released saturday by the House foreign affairs committee and Senate foreign relations committee said for example a a mandatory report on . Quarterly spending in Cambodia last Spring lists the purpose of $53 million Worth of Many that a serve a Public relations purpose but not go into enough depth for members of Congress seriously trying to evaluate the effectiveness of the adding a wry note the report of excess american equipment said the peace corps loth an was left out of a similar report on Laos. Reports on meeting Congress $2.5 billion ceiling on . Military Aid to Indochina excluded weapons turned Over to allies by withdrawing . Forces. Nual report to Congress a is the first such report since the 6th annual it said the peace corps contended in the other three years that it was complying with the Law requiring annual reports the o accidents listed at Pierre detention of . Citizens abroad and details of . Efforts to free them. A the annual peace corps re miss Durkin is survived by two Sisters mrs. Bill Helen Jones. Kadoka mrs. Russell that the Money was intended to i Vera Eberlein rapid City pay their Legal fees not buy j and a brother Keith Durkin their silence. The Post said Juneau Alaska not mention mrs. F. Thome Turton a mrs. Frances friends May Call at. Ketelsen Osthus funeral Home. De Smet sunday afternoon or evening or at the Church prior to the service monday. Minerva Bruce was born april 24, 1890, in Marion county Iowa to or. And mrs. Harvey Bruce. She spent the first years of her life at Knoxville Iowa sunday in the upper 4 its to Low 50s. Lows sunday night should in in the upper 20s Iii the West to mid 30s in the East. Highs should be in the upper 5os to Low 60s on monday. Temper Ati res and precipitation the watergate bugging. Thome 89, died thursday at and then came to Esmond. She St. John regional medical Center. Mass of the resurrection will be monday at 10 30 a in. At St. Josephus Catholic Church with the Rev. William Power was married to Asbury Nelson. Sept. 1809, at Smet. Survivors include two sons. Merle. Thief River Falls minn., and Martin Sioux Falls two a min i of rip Huron 54 39 Aberdeen 54 40 Lemmon 36 33 to Mobridge 45 42 .02 Pickstown 56 39 Pierre 43 40 rapid City is 35 .01 Sioux Falls 58 44 water Tow n 52 39 Chicago h7 61 .88 fort Worth 76 72 la log Angeles 76 48 Miami 78 74 Minneapolis 71 57 .30 new York 65 46 Phoenix 76 46 Seattle 61 38 Washington 75 51 or or. Of Tennessee said a was of watergate operation. This time it has received no Evi meanwhile a Federal grand Donee of any nature linking i Ury which has been hearing Haldeman to political esp Ion testimony for the past month is Ane expected to return additional the Only reference to Ehr i indictments next week. A scn-1 icbms a ii in connection with the i a a investigation source has Magruder has been quoted As be recited sunday at 8 saying Mitchell and Dean a Jin the Church. Proved of arum helped plan the she was born oct. L8, 1883 officiating. Burial will be in the daughters. Mrs. Henry Mabel , r?fai7 yen Mckinney Marshall. Minn., and mrs. William Dorothy Reese bugging and break in at demo j erratic party Headquarters last j exacted year came from l Patrick Gray Iii during his unsuccessful quest of Senate confirmation As director of the Fri. Gray told the Senate judiciary committee that he had been a called on the ear Halfman in 1902. They lived in Highmore until his death in 1905. She married Matt Thome in 1907. They lived in Texas four years and then in Turton. Mrs. Thome lived in Huron nursing Home said eight new indictments Are since a ,97� she was a Meni Btu a i4 Oss to dedicate Xii oils Lunier of St. Joseph s Catholic Church and altar society. Mrs. Thome is survived by three sons Fred and Frank Halfman and Joseph Thorne All of Turton two daughters mrs. Emil mar Klapperich St. Lawrence and mrs. Frances Becker Turton 26 grandchild High 85 ton As record in in Fie rat Urc to j913 Low 23 in 1927. Kuron p Sci pit Atton total this month to Date Normal this month to Date total this year to Date _ 3 35 Normal this year to Date 3.47 animus Spearfish so. Api former South Dakota gov. Joe pet by Ehrlichman and White j Foss will be the keynote speak Blouse counsel John w. Dean or for the May 3 dedication of1 Ren-68 great grandchildren and the y. Berry Library Leam ing Center on the Campus of Black Hills state College in Spearfish. The announcement that Foss. World War la flying Ace and Iii during last Falls presiden Tiai Campaign about leaks to the press about the watergate investigation. In another watergate development saturday the washing a great great grandchild. De Smet 20 grandchildren and 42 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. Parents four Brothers one sister and one granddaughter. Pierre a two accidents within an hour saturday in the spies parking lot in Pierre caused an estimated $600 damages to four vehicles. Pierre police said about 11 10 . Saturday a pickup truck owned by Darrell Brunson rap Congress Apical of id City was left in gear and a rolled into a parked car owned by Robert spelts Onida. Damages included $500 to the spelts car and $50 to the Brunson pickup about 11 50 .-saturday, a car driven by Lavera Smikle Witten backed into a car owned by Roger Welcher Murdo. Damages were pegged at $50 to the Welcher car and $20 to the Smikle vehicle. No injuries were reported in either incident. The omission a also makes it through its detailed yearly re difficult to determine if . As j quests to Congress for funds distance to its allies is being but the report on some too used by them to support the i reports ordered by Congress on governments of Cambodia and about 50 different Laws says 1 some of them Are excellent a the state department a map such As the foreign claims set pears to have completely for Dement commissions annual gotten about an 1868 Law that report. It report to Congress arrests or the study was made for the policy continued from Page one ing followed similar admonitions by president Nixon. Secretary of state William p. Rogers and others Over the past month. The actual moves taken by the United states seemed to represent a real shift. Until the last few Days the administration insisted it was scrupulously abiding by the Jan. 27 pact even though it was being violated by Hanoi. Washington a principal complaint has been the infiltration two committees of Congress by the congressional research service under the direction of Ellen c. Collier specialist in foreign policy. Pow Star news quoted sources congressional medal of Honor with the Rev. Carl Evans officiating. Burial will be in the Smet cemetery. Mrs. Dow was born May 12, 1869, at Belfast Ireland. She funeral arrangements were to the United states to announced by Colen an Heleni Isburgh when she was two funeral Home i years Oid later Ehe moved to i Iowa and then to Smet. She Iii Tisl Johnson Mamed Fred dow�?T0ct j885 Highmore Ping was a propaganda ploy. A my ankle was crippled and i Kneel but each night i Lay on my Straw mat under my Mosquito net and told god that if my wife was waiting for me when i got out i would worship him thankfully every sunday that i was alive a Vohden said. The Vohden had married at Memphis when he was a 29-year-old Navy flier based at the naval air station. Bonnye Jean was a Secretary eight years younger a and i loved her for a lot of reasons a Vohden said. They had two children Raymond jr., la and a daughter Connye to. Vohden said that during the last few months in prison he became a totally preoccupied with the Fate of his marriage. Eventually the prisoner releases began. Mrs. Mary Dow pm Zhen Vohden m7 his 7cnr j ,.,vember when a buddy came officer he received an official Smet a mrs. Mary Dow. Bla Quot a a a a not .nnnl0.7 int South lnt0 his ccl1 the Lanoi till Tori Navy let or Luo Tinc a message i3m i d., Pitt it and said. Quot Ray. Eve got some from his wife that she had memorial Manor in Lake pres a i bad news for j withdrawn the divorce petition. The funeral service will he forces from Cambodia and Tow had Quot so a a a i Quot Quot a it it i a a As not Happy a Vohden 4 a a service will by from the . Military news said. A where was the love let Ketel Nouv funeral Home . Officials have not a Pai it or stars and stripes tack j Ter where were the pictures of Home knowledge in s0 Many words up on the bulletin Board by the kids but at least she was breaching the agreement but they have said As much indirectly and by implication while insisting the single purpose is a a to restore the climate of Tranquility and to help con 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 reality a Vohden said. Many other Powys Are having to face up to the same emotional realities Vohden declared. A four of my close friends i shared cells with Are facing major difficulties a he said. Vohden said the wives a seem Memphis to have similar behavioural patterns. They admit to relationships with other men that we regard As misconduct but which they see As the inevitable consequence of a Long separation. A and they blame us for getting captured and staying away so Long that we chose the military Over them a he said. Vohden said he did no to even know he had a marriage problem until one morning last november when a buddy came into his cell in the Hanoi Hilton the guards. A every word of it is still imprinted on my brain a Vohden not divorced and Hope Springs later that evening Vohden said. A the headline read phoned his wife and demanded towns wife seeks it j to know the truth. Quot she finally was my wife and she had filed i told me tribute to a climate of stability i in Arkansas where More than Man but in j three years of separation con a statutes there was another to come Home and talk about it. And from then on in i did everything in my powder in Smet she was a member great grandchildren. She was pre Vohden had then been seven i to be on the first plane Home j i . A the funeral i of the Smet United methodist i ceded in death by her husband years m a prison Camp. Or to Quot inner would keynote the Dedi service for August Johnson. 88, Church and charter member of in 1940, her parents one Daugh Ohden said the average he bugging were personally 1 cation ceremonies was made by u to out of of Bonnye Jean said in a Tele approved by former atty. Gen. Or. Charles Shad. Chairman of died Friday at St. John j the a pcs. I 28 j John n. Mitchell. Mitchell denied Friday that the dedication committee. The $1 6 million Library learn survivors include two Daugh he had approved such plans Al ing Center Complex was com-1 Church. The Rev regional medical Center Huron will he held tuesday at Liers mrs. Fredda 2 . In our Saviours lutheran j Dunedin fla., and Normal for entire year a a a a 17.33 though he now says such pro plated last fall. J Schmitt will officiate. Arthur burial i Margaret Leslie Ter two Brothers and two Sisters. Luetscher i friends May Call at the Funer j ital trouble. Quot Over there Fame mrs. Ellis a1, Home sunday afternoon or by love was something tangible Madison evening and prior to the service you could grasp at. To fantasize four letters he had received phone interview that she had each year never mentioned mar wis. Three grandsons and six i at the Church on monday. Met another Man but that at the time of her husbands return she thought it might still be possible to return to him As upon. I decided that the clip a wife. T

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