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April 1995 Volume VII #4-------------- "Keep In Touch" --------------
The pressure of news has made this a DOUBLE issue. Please keep in mind our climbing costs with higher U.S. postage, and put a donation in the mail to us if youhave not done so for a while. We would remind everyone that our foreign mailingcosts are even higher. The XRoads Fund also could use some help. Thank you.
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HAPPY 60th Birthday to Bette Bohlken-Zumpe! Also a big welcome to her newgranddaughter! Nadine Moonje Pleil, 3/6/95: August and I are the very proud grandparents of a newgrandson! Kerry and Andrea have a son, 10 lbs and 21-1/2 inches long, with lots of brown hair. His name is Paul Joseph. He came by way of Caesarean, but everythingwent well. We now have 10 grandchildren. We are very grateful for the safe arrival of this new little person!KIT: We were very sorry to hear that both Bronwen Bazeley and Richard Whitty areseriously ill. Our very best wishes to them both and to their families. Also KathleenJoyce Hazelton is fighting emphysema. We extend our best wishes to her, Donald andtheir family."State Hutterites Split from Eastern Colonies for Differing Reasons," by CarsonWalker © by "The Argus Leader," Sioux Falls, South DakotaSouth Dakota Hutterites have split from their brother colonies in New England,and each side has different reasons for the schism. The minister of the South Dakotacolonies, the Rev. Michael Waldner of Mitchell, said the separation started last year."There was something between us. Nothing drastic that can't be solved down theroad sometime, we hope," Waldner said. "Like any other church, they get things
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