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Huron Daily Plainsman (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Huron, South Dakota Sunday Huron daily plainsman in t Barth Cloud a _ _ it High 55 Low to newspaper Tihy car a a a a a Huron. South Dakota 57350 november 21, 1982 thirty Enta see details on Page eight4snowballing effects a said possible recession recovery forecaster Brober Thurlow associated press writer Washington a take heart recession weary America Here comes the recovery. Again. Unfazed by a year of wrong guesses most private and government forecasters Are saying the Economy will begin pulling out of the recession in the next month or so. Many were almost As optimistic last Winter and Spring. New government figures released Friday said the National Economy was absolutely Flat in the july september Quarter a no growth no decline just sitting there. Until it starts moving upward unemployment is unlikely to recede much from the highest level in 42 years 10.4 percent in october. But analysts say the fact that interest rates have been David Cross a senior economist at Chase Econometrics in Bala Cynwyd pa., talks of a a snowballing effect. Quot at first lower rates make it cheaper for americans to buy expensive items ranging from refrigerators on up to houses. And they make it cheaper for businesses to finance storage of inventory stockpiles lessening their risk in increasing production. The Way the snowball is supposed to Roll lower rates a coupled with this year s tax rate Cut and the Prospect of next years a encourage Consumers to buy More goods giving producers an incentive to make More thus requiring them to hire Back Laid off workers who then have Money to buy More goods giving producers an incentive to make even More and hire even More. And on and on. Of course the effect works in reverse too As apparently happened with the record High interest rates that preceded the recession. High rates can push Consumers to Cut spending and prod producers to Cut output and Lay off workers. But few expect rates to surge upward again soon. The Federal Reserve Board concerned about the Long recession has been easing its formerly tight grip on the nations Supply of Money and credit and financial markets have reacted by lowering their rates. On Friday it lowered its so called a a discount rate a the rate at which it lends Money to Banks and other financial institutions a from 9.5 percent to 9 percent. Here a what some top economists Are saying about better Days ahead. A Robert Dederick undersecretary of Commerce a we can mount a recovery at this the first clearly positive month might Well be december he said. A Allen Sinai the data resources inc. Vice president who has spoken of the 1981-82 downturn As a a near but he said a i believe the processes for recovery Are going on we Are looking for meaningful recovery in the first a Jack Lavery chief economist for Merrill Lynch amp co current weakness will push Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker to Quot be More see recovery Page eight Day care the Golden years can be truly Golden for those who take Good care of themselves and remain Active. Helping Huron a elderly enjoy life to the fullest is the Huron adult Day care Center. See Page 15.i sports the a new tribe comes out of the chutes with an alumni game win Tom Miller is the fourth coach in four years for the Huron College women a basketball team the sugar bowl has National title possibilities with Penn state and Georgia and the nil resumes its season today. Pages 11-13. Abby 17 hospitals 7 classified 24-27 obituaries. To comics 23 sports. 11-13 crossword. 23 state 15 editorials .4 to log 23 familyl7-18, 21 weather 8news Brief Juk a theories Dallas apr Nineteen years after president Kennedy was felled by a snipers Bullet As his motorcade wound through Dallas the memory of that tragic Day is being kept alive a and so Are dozens of theories about who murdered him and Why. On the anniversary monday the democratic party of Dallas county will sponsor a Brief prayer service at the John f. Kennedy memorial a Block from the downtown shooting site said Randy read assistant to county judge Garry Weber. In Brookline mass., a spokesman at the Kennedy Birthplace said attendance has increased steadily this month. A we have had More people come Here versus the beginning of the month a said Darlene Chickosky a National Park service most arguments about new cars Start from scratch. Musical tribute a the vitality of youth abounded at a musical tribute to the Willow Lake Centennial. Kindergarten through sixth graders Sang and danced their Way into the hearts of All who came to this special program. See Page 15. Heavily guarded Pope visits mafia stronghold firey explosion in Lebanon ravages building by Farouk Nassar associated press writer Beirut Lebanon apr a fiery explosion ravaged a building in israeli occupied Sidon saturday and lebanese leaders told . Envoy Philip c. Habib they rejected Tough new israeli conditions for a pullout the Christian voice of Lebanon radio reported. The broadcast said an explosive charge touched off the fire in a seven Story building in Sidon 25 Miles South of Beirut. There were no reports of casualties. Tenants were evacuated from the building by firemen according to the radio reports which said the building was next to the offices of the state run electricity company and the civil defense Headquarters. A spokesman for the israeli army in suburban Beirut told the associated press the building was privately owned and no major israeli positions were near the scene of the fire. Gunmen killed one israeli Soldier and wounded three others in Sidon Friday and responsibility was claimed by a Wing of an extremist group that said it set off a car bomb that destroyed the israeli military Headquarters in southernmost Tyre last week killing 75 israelis. Gemayel a Christian phalanges party said five of its militiamen were shot to death saturday by druse leftists of the socialist progressive party in the Village of Zainab nine Miles South of Beirut. Israeli officials in tel Aviv said their troops intervened saturday in fighting Between druse and Christian militiamen in the Village of Ain Zanoub eight Miles South of Beirut. The Village is next to Zainab Israel invaded Lebanon june 6 to smash the Palestine liberation organization and still has an estimated 35,000 troops in the country the Plo has about 10,000 fighters deployed in Northern and Eastern Lebanon behind some 35,000 syrian troops who entered the country six years ago to police the armistice that ended the 1975-76 moslem Christian civil War Habib held four hours of talks saturday with lebanese president Amin Gemayel and prime minister Shafik Wazzan. The voice of Lebanon the radio of Gemayel a phalanges said the lebanese conveyed to Habib their rejections of a fall the israeli conditions that infringe on Lebanon s the radio said Israel was demanding a permanent military watch Post atop the Barouk Mountain in Lebanon s Central Mountain Range with a 25-mile Access corridor from the lebanese coastal City of Damour 12.5 Miles South of Beirut. The Barouk Mountain overlooks Eastern i it be anon a Bekaan Valley where Syria stations the bulk of its forces. Pope visits memorial a Pope John Paul ii stands in front of Belicen a 1968 earthquake victims memorial saturday with Cardinal Salvatore Palardo archbishop of Palermo. The Pope is making a two Day visit to Sicily. A Iaser photo by Victor l. Simpson associated press writer Palermo Sicily a a heavily guarded Pope John Paul ii travelled to this mafia stronghold saturday and decried the a barbarous violence that has claimed 130 lives in Gangland murders this year. The Pope was shot and wounded by a turkish extremist in St. Peters Square on May 13, 1981 and a year later escaped unharmed when charged by a Bayonet wielding renegade Spanish priest in Fatima Portugal. After his motorcade passed just Yards from the spot where Italy Stop crime fighter was assassinated in september the Pope went to a Palm lined Central Square saturday and challenged Palermo authorities and citizens to end the killings. The deeds of barbarous violence which for too Long have bloodied the streets of this splendid City offend human dig Ity As do subhuman conditions discrimination against fundamental rights and economic and social inequality a the White Robed pontiff told More than 50,000 people standing shoulder to shoulder in Cool sunny weather in Palermo a pol Teama Square. Hundreds of police lined the Popes route. The pontiff Rode standing in the Back of a Glass enclosed White jeep. Authorities closed the City Center to private traffic and erected barricades to hold Back the crowds. The 62-year-old Pope did not mention the mafia in his speech made in response to a Welcome by City officials but later in remarks to University professors he denounced a the mafia John Paul told the professors they have the Power which Quot Springs from the strength of ideas and which is needed More than Ever today As an antidote to profound evils particularly to those connected with the mafia phenomenon that concerns today a making the first trip by a Pope to Sicily in nearly 600 years and the first Ever to Palermo the polish born pontiff gave his support to a Campaign against the mafia waged by the Washington a Abc news correspondent Catherine Mackin who Rose to prominence As a television network floor reporter at the National political conventions in 1972, died of cancer saturday at her Home in the Baltimore suburb of Towson my. Is. Mackin joined Abc in Washington in 1977 after six years islands roman Catholic Church. Mafia violence reached new ferocity this year capped by the september assassination of Gen. Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa his wife and bodyguard in an ambush in downtown Palermo. Dalla Chiesa had been sent to Sicily to direct the governments Campaign against the crime Syndicate which has become the largest supplier of heroin for addicts in the United states. . And italian officials say that $560 million Worth of heroin is produced in Sicily each year. Suspected mafia gunmen armed with pistols and sawed off shotguns killed four people overnight in the outskirts of Palermo in two separate ambushes. With Abc news. Earlier she was a reporter for arc to Here from 1969 to 1971 and with the Hearst newspapers from 1963 to 1969. Is. Mackin Drew widespread attention in 1972 As the first woman to floor reporter assigned to the democratic and Republican conventions. Abc television reporter Dies at her Home saturday of cancer athletes just As Good now but fewer in number Tredway by Roger Kasa plainsman managing editor Bill Tredway who broadcast the first South Dakota class b state basketball tournament from a phone Booth in the Huron College gymnasium says College and High school athletes Are every bit As Good As they were 40 years ago a there just Arentt As Many of the 64-year-old Tredway closed Down his sporting goods store Here Friday and walked away from a store which had become a an institutions for local and area athletes and coaches for 37 years. On tuesday Tredway and his wife Hankie will be moving to the Black Hills where he says he plans to a Chase chipmunks and just sit a if it Isnit too much work i might try some fishing a he said although in be never done much of the Tredway new Home is located near pact la i Ake Southwest of rapid City. The versatile Tredway spent 20 years from 1947 to 1967 As sports director of Kiev radio in Huron while he also ran his sporting goods store. The first state b tournament to be broadcast in South Dakota came in 1936 with Tredway at the microphone a the Oglala indians beat Bridgewater 24-22 and i could hardly keep up with the game a he said. A that was a lot of Points in those throughout the years Tredway says a anytime Gamey Henley played it was a thrill just to be there a indicating that the former Hayti and Huron College All american was one of the Best. His number one Huron College basketball team is Ralph Lundeen a 1951-52 team which qualified for the naia finals in Kansas City. That was the first time Huron advanced to the National tournament and also was the last College boys basketball game to be in gymnasium now known As a the Lundeen was inducted into the Huron College Hall of Fame saturday night. Asked to compare the recent Bruce Carrier coached tribe teams with Lundeen a squad Tredway said a they carriers players Are probably equal but not any better than those in the 50s.�?� he also Felt that current Day athletes Are just As Good As those who played in the 1940s and 1950s. I done to agree with the old timers who say they were better Back then a he said. A there were just More of them in those he also likes to talk about the Huron High school basketball team which went undefeated in 1957-58 and included Rex Swett Nick Brod Denny Busch John Ehret John Fuglsang and Al Mason. That team was coached by Carold Heier. The Best Tiger football team was Gene Peters Crew in the Early 1960s, he said while the tribe enjoyed their Best years when Henley was a senior in 1960-61 Tredway a first radio Job dates Back to 1935 when he was a senior at Huron High school. At that time he did the sports announcing for station Kudy in Huron which folded in 1937. When the station went broke Tredway was a Sophomore at Huron College. Minus a Job Tredway quit College and got a Job at Agnf in North Platte neb next came Kari in Sioux City Iowa followed by Kubb in great Falls mont., another stint with Kari and finally the . Navy. He was discharged from the Navy in 1945, returning to his Hometown to join his father Roy in the family a sporting goods store. Roy Tredway founded the store known originally As Tredway and item in 1927. The older Tredway died in 1957. Among his Many mementos is a Large picture of himself and world heavyweight boxing Champion Jack Dempsey. Tredway interviewed Dempsey while working for the station in great Falls. He also interviewed heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano when he came to Huron to referee a boxing card. A i knocked on his door at the Hickory House and he answered Stark naked a Tredway recalls a the then Laid on his stomach on the bed with his Chin on his arms and answered my questions. I had to get Down on the floor with my microphone to reach other sports celebrities who have been interviewed by Tredway include Yankee Clipper Joe Dimaggio former Oklahoma football coach Bud Wilkinson St. Irnis Cardinal great Enos Slaughter Cleveland Indian Hall of earner Bobby Feller and golfer Patty Berg As for changes in the game Tredway said football is now a passing game and basketball a is a lot faster has better shooters and the players Are much one of Tredway a real Joys of the past 37 years has been his association with the Many College students who have been employed at the store. A i have enjoyed talking to All those Guys when they came Back to Huron Quot he said. A they always Stop in some have done real Well in the business the first student to be employed at the store Tredway said was Bob Olson who now is associated with the Farmers and merchants Bank in Huron. See Tredway Page eight Tredway plan move Bill and Hankie Tredway will be leaving Huron tuesday for their new Home in the Black Hills of South Dakota. They have purchased a Home near pact la Lake which la located Southwest of rapid qty. Plainsman photo

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