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 - WHITEFISH .Nab Two 'Coast - Who Were Deceived...
WHITEFISH .Nab Two 'Coast - Who Were Deceived By Artificial Eyes, -4 ARRESTS NEAR PICKFORD A. «tory of conservation officers using artificial eyes to trap hunters who were "shining" deer illegally " before the season opened, filtered >put of the deer country today. Two'U. S. Coast Guardsmen, Alfred Alfred Reckert and ^George House, .were arrested by Conservation Officers Irving Ladd and Alex McLean, along the Whitefish road .last week. Both men were charged with shining deer. Officers used ••artificial "eyes" to trap th6 men. , Both men appeared before Jus- "tice C. W. Moore at Trout Lake arid '> were given $50 suspended sentences ^ for shining deer, but both were fined fined J10 and costs of $7.25 for having -> a loaded gun in the car. Each paid the cost, Judge Hoore said, but ere given time to pay the fines. .Conservation Officer McLean , as reported to have suffered five broken ribs when the Coast Guardsmen's Guardsmen's car brushed' his side as he , U* e PPed onto the road to stop them. -'"'His side was bruised," Judge _, Moore said, "but I do not think it ,was intentional." ^ Four men, two from Pickford .,one from Cedarville and one from .the Sault, were arrested recently -•sfor game violations and tried in the ^Pickford justice' court. George TJutcher of Cedarville, arrested for -'trapping beaver Illegally, will be \ granted a jury trial December 5. . f ; .Charles Icke of Pickford wa^ " 'fined $25 and 'costs 'of $6.85 for trapping muskrat .illegally. Elmer Bennett' of Pickford and Sid Walls of the Sault, both arrested arrested for shining deer, were fined by •_Justice Thompson. [HEARTDJiASE I KILLSJORKER - NOV. Allis Chalmers American Anaconda • Atlnnttc Auburn Aulo Bethlehem Calumet 4: Canadian Coinmonwezlth Continental Caniss General General • General .Goebel Brew Goodyear Graham Hudson Inspiration T—t TJn-HA.rfn.— Int. Harvester Int. Kick. Int. Tel. & Kelvinator - Kresge .' Mack Trucks Miami Copper Montgomery Nat. Power New York Otis Steel Packard J. C. Penney Pennsylvania Phillips pet Radio Corp Radlo-Kelth-O nea Motor Shell Union Simmons Socony Vac. Sperry Standard Standard Oil Studebaker Timpken Union Carbide Union Pacific- United United Corp. U. S. Rubber U. B. Steel Warner West. Electric Woolworth Sales ...^. CHICAGO, Agr.)—Hogs opened,fully average; later top 9.75; lb., 9.45-70; choice desirable • Cattle she .stock comprising lightweights and well finished shippers; cutters and 3.604.00: bulls outside 5.25; etudes sparingly;'stockers' Sheep 6,000, lambs active: with best feeding Iambs and'fed top B.io to mostly; 1 two 8.25. CHICAGO, 2 cars, 53 16, less : than .11;.springs White Rock

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 20 Nov 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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