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Daily Plainsman, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Huron, South Dakota Dakota my Dorilu Styli 501 no. Dale St. St. Paul 3 Uinn the daily plainsman the great Home Neil paper of the Dakota great Plains volume Xxxiii 83rd year of service Huron South Dakota 57350, sunday july 28, 1968 Call 352-6401 weather mild High 80 Low 54 single copy 15c Mcgovern s daughter charged with Possession of narcotics rapid City a Teresa Jane Mcgovern 18, daughter of sen. George Mcgovern d-s.d., and to other persons Are charged with Possession of narcotics mainly marijuana following a police raid on a rapid City Motel room Friday Naglit and tiie surrender of the third suspect saturday. Miss Mcgovern and a youth identified As Barry Mogin Silver Springs mel., a student at Dakota Wesleyan University were arrested in the Motel room raid. The third person identified As Mary or Molly Shanley 24, Evanston iii., a Harvard University student turned herself into lie Pennington county S.E. Iff s office saturday after a warrant had been issued for her arrest. Miss Stanlcy according to the Motel s registration Book was sharing a room with miss Mcgovern. The arrests were made when warrant entered the Motel room. When officers left they took with them a number of pills bottles and hand rolled cigarettes the components of which were not immediately determined. There was also a Small incense Burner. Incense is often used to cover the odor of marijuana smoke. In All. The items were placed in 15 Separ ate plastic bags. Sen. Mcgovern. When informed planned to come to rapid City As soon As since school dismissed for Hie summer according to local officials a great Deal of marijuana has been found Here. One officer estimated that More than 25 per cent of those residents of High school age have used or Are using the drug. Miss Shanley also was a Volunteer worker for the demo cratic parly in the Black Hills and had been working primarily in Spearfish while miss Mcgovern was working in the rapid miss Shanley was accompanied by her attorney. Bangs when she surrendered to Law officers. also was released on a Bond and the three Are scheduled to be arraigned on the charges in rapid City Muni Cipal court monday. It had not been suspected that Mogin and miss Mcgovern might be involved in any illegalities until an unexpected tip was received Friday. Officers present at the Motel when the pair was arrested were rapid City detective sergeant Stanley Zakinski division of criminal investigation agent Richard Meyer George Tennyson and Melvin Larson of the penning ton county sheriff s office and Keith Tidball Deputy from the attorney general s office in Pierre plus an unidentified member of Tidball s office. Mogin and miss Mcgovern were jailed briefly after their arrest but were released on 500 Bond each. Their attorney is Archie Bangs rapid City. Teresa Mcgovern 1w yawning on an awning baby spar High Rise apartment Complex in downtown Row takes time out from his Busy feeding Huron at the riots p justified not urged by Martha Cole associated press writer Washington a riots Are justified by most negroes but they Are not recommended this was one of the statements in three surveys released saturday by the National advisory commission on civil disorders. The surveys were made by Independent groups and published without comment by the commission. Two explored negro and White attitudes in 15 american cities. The third set out a profile of participants in the 1967 disorders. Among their statements negro mass is far less revolutionary in its Outlook than its More militant spokesmen the great majority do not propose to withdraw from America they want equal status in it. 8 per cent of the negro residents in the 1967 riot areas on the average participated in the disorders. Of the rioters 1 per cent were from out of state 4 per cent from outside the City and 95 per cent from the City. A to Laird of the White population in the 15 cities viewed riots As protests against real grievances one third emphasized what they called their criminal or conspiratorial character and the rest viewed them in combinations of those to Points. The commission headed by then gov. Otto Kerner of 111 Nois was appointed by Percsi Dent Johnson to study the riot which hit american cities Las year. In a report last March 1 the commission said the natio was moving toward two separate hut unequal societies one Black one White. The commission appoint for a year goes out of exist inc next air skies no continue across cd fair skies dominate the veal her in Central South a Ota this weekend. But skies were not so fair Friday night when a Belt of aunders orms swept across he Eastern portion of the Tate gusting winds at 58 . Here and spawning a Ornado funnel which did not ouch ground near Iroquois. The Tornado funnel came own out of the Clouds Hung m midair for a few minutes and then went Back into the louds the weather Bureau observer was told by the per on calling. The funnel sighing was at p. M., 10 Miles North Northwest of Iroquois or 25 Miles Northeast of Huron. The Strong winds hit the Furon . And were in the 25 to 30 . Range with the gust measured at 59 . In the 15-min-Ute storm. The winds caused no serious damage Only a few tree limbs were reported Down and Only one electric see cd Page course to says i not red Al by Peter Rehak associated press writer Prague a communist arty chief Alexander Dubcek affirming that Czechoslovakia pursue its Liberal course Aid saturday night he is con in cd the soviet Union will eventually understand this is of a menace to its allies. I am convinced that our rinds will even if not at that the Tzocho Lovak socialist regeneration process does not threaten Pic in crests of the socialist comm list Dubcek said in a television address. On the contrary it is the Only possible Way to make our a really solid part of he socialist establishment and our Border the most re table Border of Deputy Premier Ota Sik Cau toned the russians earlier in he Day that a czechoslovak reversion from liberalization to the old regime of fear am repression would crush Confidence in the nation s communist party. Both were expressing their views in Advance of a Scho Ducic meeting with Kremlin Aulhorn is to discuss the future course of Czechoslovakia. The soviet Union with the or Hadox backing of Poland East Germany Hungary and bulgar a is keeping up pressure for he czechs to get Back in line. A top exponent of the Reform St Campaign under Way since hard liner Antonin Povolny was ousted As chief of the czechoslovak communist party Jan. 5 Sik declared there would be no backsliding. The old political team Dis credited itself to a degree that i Lias become unacceptable of the decisive majority of our Enace lies he said in an article in the Rorty newspaper Hude Provo. Old guard forces remain a Ive in government political and economic affairs he added iut they do not represent like others in the party leadership Sik said the czechoslovak looked Forward with Confidence to their impending meeting with Trie soviet party s 11-Man politburo. The soviet party chief Leonid i. Brezhnev and his associates arc expected to get together with the 11-Man czechoslovak presidium for a showdown somewhere in this country this week. Sik said there would be a lengthy series of discussions wit ii other communist parties on Czechoslovakia s course. The czechoslovak count Yugoslavia and Romania As backers for their Independent stand As Well As the communist parties of such West european nations As Italy and France. Unofficial sources said Secretary general Nicolae Ceausescu of the romanian communist parly is expected Here thursday for the signing of a new Friendship treaty. He has assured this country of Romania s Complete Friendship and unflinching Hie Gallup poll Nixon of Opran by George Gallup Princeton . Rich re Nixon is the Clear first Loice of his party s rank and be to head the gop ticket this ill and holds a 5-to-2 Lead Over is nearest rival gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York. These findings Are based n a carefully designed Sample f the nation s republicans in reviewed Between july 20 and 4. Gov. Ronald Heagan of Cali Ornia wins the third greatest umber of but less than be third the number won by Rockefeller. Next in order Are Layor John Lindsay of new Fork City sen. Charles Percy f Illinois sen. Mark Hatfield f Oregon and Harold Stassen. The Gallup report for wed in Day will show How both Lead no republicans Nixon and Rockefeller stand in test Clec Ion races against the top dem cratic contenders vice presi Jent Hubert Humphrey and sen. Eugene Mccarthy and third party candidate George Wai Ace. The wednesday report will in based on the combined pre a Rencs of All republicans independents and democrats alike. Whether Rockefeller will be Able to win enough democratic voters in these test elections to offset his current preference a and file Vith republicans will be reveal a in this report this question was asked f adults to measure gop candidate popularity Here is a list of men Listin Ludes 7 names who have been mentioned As possible presiden Ial candidates for the Kepueli an parly in 1968. Which one of Hose men would you like to be nominated As the re Public an candidate for Here Are the choices of re publicans in the latest Survey compared with those from the revious Survey in March conducted immediately following the new Hampshire the results show Nixon s popularity with his party followers holding firm. Final gop candidate standings choices of republicans latest March Nixon -60. Go Rockefeller 23 25 Reagan 7 6 Lindsay 4 1 Percy 2 3 Hatfield 1 1 Stassen 1 1 no preference 2 3 among independents a Large bloc of voters who do not align themselves with either major Nixon also holds the Lead Over Rockefeller but his margin is slim. Rockefeller has registered gains with this group since March while Nixon s support has declined slightly. The latest gop candidate standings among independents and comparison with March final gop candidate standings choices of independents latest March Nixon u 38 41 Rockefeller 35 27 Reagan 10 12 Lindsay 8 -1 pc Rcv 3 4 Hatfield 1 3 i Stassun 1 .1 no preference 4 s copyright 1968, american Institute of Public opinion. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part strictly prohibited except with written consent of the copyright urges demos change stand los Angeles a sen. George s. Mcgovern implied strongly saturday neither vice resident Hubert h. Humphrey nor sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy has the late sen. Robert p. Kennedy s moral commitment to passion and action in the service of the Kennedy was battling Humphrey and Mccarthy for the democratic presidential nomination when he was assassinated june 5 in los Angeles. He govern has declared his willingness to serve As a rallying Point for Ken Nedys supporters. The South Dakota Democrat said next month s democratic National convention should admit the errors of the Johnson administration s Vietnam policies. Mcgovern said those democrats who kept Faith with 1964 pledges against . Intervention in Vietnam have the responsibility to recapture our party and assure that this never happens i am he added that any president with the will to do it could end lie War in Vietnam on terms acceptable the american people in 60 his speech prepared for a platform hearing of Kennedy volunteers Here dealt with both the democratic platform and the kind of candidate the party should choose. It is imperative that we nominate a Standard bearer who can run with a Clear mind and conscience on our party s he said. That is Why 1 have declined to endorse the candidacy. Of an old and dear the vice we owe the american people not words not a new set o promises but performance that performance is to place a the head of our party democrats who kept As Best they could the promises that have been set aside in recent Mcgovern added. Then in an apparent reference to Mccarthy Mcgovern criticized those some of them candidates for High Public who cannot seem to select the urgency of the warning canno see the Bush that has been Burn ing these Many May be in final season Here Phillies win 8-7 on squeeze tigers Denny Mclain posts 20th Victory details on sports pages Cumbai windows of Post office window service was offered saturday at the Huron Post office although the opening of the windows was delayed for about 30 minutes after lie postmaster general changed signals late Friday. The saturday window service was to be discontinued in the first of a series in postal cutbacks but postmaster general w. Marvin Watson issued a one week delay in the effective Date ate Friday after the Senate voted to exempt the postal service rom the manpower cuts by the recently passed income tax budget Cut Bull. The official notice to offer window service was received at Huron at . Saturday an hour after the windows had Een opened. Post office officials Here had Learned of the change in signals from the news in saturday we had people on duly who could Man the Vince Thiman superintendent of mails explained so it took us Only a few minutes to shift personnel around and the windows opened at 8-.30 ." window service usually is offered from 8 . To noon on saturdays. The saturday mornings Are among the busier periods for window service Here. Watson s decision to close window service was held up for a week to give the House of representatives an Opportunity to act on the Senate Nassut exemption which was at acct As a rider to a minor Posl office Bill Ihus opening the Way of the House to consider it without committee action. Congress i scheduled to adjourn Friday in til after the nominating Conven Lions. The window service Cut announced july 12. This a the first of a series of claim it cuts that would eventually Lent to closing of Small Brand of and reducing residential do livery to four Days a week a the Posl office in trained employees in the next two year to return to the i9gg level o employment specified in the to Cut Bill. Watson said he put off in cutbacks because the Vole o the Senate indicates an undo standing of our highly critical problem of handling a Large workload with a smaller Wor name new Bishop for Dakotas Peoria 111. A the North Central jurisdictional conference of the United methodist Church saturday named successor to retiring Bishop Edwin r. Garrison of Aberdeen Bishop of the Dakota area. He is Bishop a. James Armstrong Indianapolis ind. He also was named presiding Bishop of the jurisdiction s College of Bishops. Papal document on birth control May be issued Vatican City a the Vatican press office announce cd saturday that a papal do cumin will be issued monday Lou Clun off speculation it might be pop Paul s Long awaited pronounce mint on birth control. Vatican officials declined 1 confirm or deny the speculation rumours have been growing of weeks that the Pope might soon give his answer on the controversial birth control Issue. The general speculation is that if the Pope docs now finally speak out he will not alter the roman Catholic Church s Basic position against chemical and mechanical Means of Contr acc Thompson i killed by sgt. Richard Trotter Buffalo n. Y., smokes n cigarette during to sweep through suspected Viet Cong areas in the streams and paddies South of Sal gun. Trotter so few Days left in South Vietnam that to i in Krup truck by numbering the segments of his Liat hand. It is i time to be Happy but also cautious and Alert. The greatest Hope of Many Iii position is that predictor third offensive against Saigon will not Lake Enlil they Are Cone. A Thompson Man Home o Cave from the service was Kil cd Early saturday Mornin when he was hit by a car o Highway 47 five Miles North o Here the Highway patrol a Cor cd. The victim was Lester d Metcalf 20. The Highway patrol said it investigating to see How to mishap happened. The death raises the Highway traffic fatality toll 124, or nine More than the Dale one year flare up injures two Huron men two Huron men remained in St. John s Hospital saturday after being severely burned in a Gas Fla cup Friday afternoon. Injured were Duane Friese 37, of 618 Ohio ave. S.w., and William gamer. 32, of 1015 Simmons ave. S.e., who were working on a water line in the basement of Frise s Home. Huron firemen said the men were using up Gas to freeze a water line to make a new connection. The Gas which is heavier than air collected on the floor and built up to the height of the hot water Heater flame and ignited. Both men suffered severe Burns and Slighter facial Burns the basement of the House was filled with smoke. Firemen were called at . And returned to the station at . The firemen also answered a Call Early Friday morning when Sparks were reported in the neighbourhood of fifteenth Alrec and Arizona Avenue . An unidentified caller. Firnin found no Trace of a fire in Kennedy s exit l huh by Jack Bellap political writer Washington a t month before or even know whether he will be the demo cratic presidential nominee vice president Hubert ii. Humphrey is being pressured fron two directions on the Choice of running mate. Tho self propelled exit o sen Edward m. Ted Kennedy o from consider. Tar. Or he no 2 spot wms no. 2 spot i faces might have been relatively Cash for the vice president to make. Kennedy represented a Nam bar of political assets thai som influential men in the a make Clear they think limn prey May need to defeat the Republican nominee in novem her. In particular Hie Kenned i name has its own magic wit 1 Llie negro and among Lou i or income Whites As Well its wit Liberal intellectuals. I Humphrey been a in air t keep or past. Bui seemingly Many o Uick can l forgive him of Loyal to president Johnsttn on the Vietnam War. So Llie the Realon to Greet his Likely pros id tial nomination with path i if not open hostility. While he has not gone Asfa As his brother Robert did to 1 Kennedy represents a dissent t the Viet Nam War policy. H 1 picking him As a running a r Humphrey could have signalled his willingness to deviate f i Lually making what to him Cou r i be a repugnant commitment i Humphrey s obvious acce Ance of Kennedy s withdraw As final leaves the vice pre for a viable us Sti Lute who can help awaken t apparently uninterested Vole in the big City slums and Indi trial cd Stales. 0 there seems no name Cam Dale immediately available j this front although some Den 1 cratic governors and other woman Hurt in blast East Glacier Mont. A an East Glacier woman it Sci cd second degree Burns o one of her legs saturday Whei a gasoline explosion Deal Royce a Gas station and several near by Mold units. Isaac Lac Emir Linc. A was lodged in one of the Motel units she was reported in Rood in Ali lion in a Hospital at Browning fire officials said the Sion apparel in no cured fuel was being transferred have foreclosed one Choice it Pion of these elements m the the Johnson policies without a Sec huh 1 age eight

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