Anna Dvoracek

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Anna Dvoracek
 - would extend from 50 to 60 days the time limit...
would extend from 50 to 60 days the time limit for giving written notice of security to be deposited deposited in accident cases. Both bills were sponsored by Rep. Donald Ostoeim, R-Watertown. R-Watertown. Osheim said the five-day reporting limit was often unrealistic, unrealistic, especially in accidents involving involving injuries. In other action, the committee gave unanimous "do pass" approval to a bill which would repeal a law requiring demonstration demonstration of ability to drive in order to obtain a driving per mit. The bill would not pertain to behind • the - wheel driving tests required for a driver's license. The tests are required of persons under 21 and those who have had accidents within the past four years as well as persons who permit their licenses licenses to expire. . The committee members changed their minds and delay Digest of New Bills PIERRE W) -Legislative bill digest for Friday, Ja. 16: Senate PASSED SB12 — Authorizes counties to appropriate general funds for industry, tourism ,and recreation recreation activities. (29-3) SB44 — Permits counties to operate museums. (31-0) SB65 — Provides for annual conferences of justices of the Don Haggar of the Roadside Businesses Asso elation anc Warren Langslet of the South Dakota Sign Association appeared appeared at the hearing. Both said they believed the fee schedule should be reduced but said they found the bill "livable." The bill would impose fees of 55 • $50 depending on the sign size. Mrs. Dvoracek Rites at Wagner By Republic News Service WAGNER — Funeral Mass for Mrs. Anna Dvoracek, 86, will be at 10 a. m. Monday at St. John's Catholic Church with Father Francis Guthmiller of Marty officiating. The Rosary will be at 8 p. m Sunday at the Crosby Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Tyndall cemetery. She was born Jan. 2, 1884 at Tyndall to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wysuph Sr. 'and died Jan. 15 at a Wagner hospital. She married married John T. Dvoracek at Tabor and they homestcaded at Isabel )efore moving to the Lake Andes area. Survivors include a granddaughter, granddaughter, Mrs. Merle Barnhart, and two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Nider and Mrs. Viola Hatwan, all of Wagner. She was preceded preceded in death by her husband, one son, a daughter, five sisters and four brothers. Soldier Asks Federal Court to In Narcotics Ring Raids RAPID CITY W) - Thirteen persons, including one juvenile, were arrested here Thursday night in connection with the operation of a narcotics ring following simultaneous raids on three Rapid City residences. A quantity of drugs and nar colics equipment and a number of household goods, including stereo phonograph and two color television sets reported stolen here during the past several weeks, were confiscated. The raids were the result oi a complex underground investigation investigation which began last October and featured two Rapid City police officers who let their hair and beards grow to infiltrate the drug-using community. Approximately Approximately 30 law enforcement officials took part in the ar rests. Involved were the Rapid City Police Department, Pennington County sheriff's office, South Dakota Highway Patrol, the State Division of Criminal Investigation Investigation and the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division of the United States Treasury Department. Department. Charged with possession and sale of hallucionogenic drugs were Mike • Durst, age not given; James Barlow, age not given; Dennis Flahart, 23, Jerry Jerry Potter, 19; Dave Nottsch. 18; Nickie Meister, 18, and Wayne Ward, 19, all of the Rapid City area. Bradford Holt, 22, was

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 17 Jan 1970, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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